The Michigan Outlaws is a girl’s fast pitch softball organization that initially started in the early 1990’s in the Highland/White Lake, MI area. After a two year hiatus, the Outlaws started on their current path in 2003 led by Lakeland High Schools varsity softball head coach Joe Alsup and many other dedicated community members. As Coach Joe has maintained a position of Advisor on the Michigan Outlaws Board and continues to lead our developmental level program, the organization has become one of the elite programs in the Great Lakes region.
While staying true to its original intent of developing young ladies from the local community, each year the Outlaws consistently place over 100 players on the diamonds with the majority of our players residing in the Commerce, Highland, White Lake, Milford, Waterford, West Bloomfield and Wixom communities. While the Michigan Outlaws Softball Club is a volunteer driven organization and relies on sponsors, part of our mandate is to teach our girls to “Pay It Forward” by donating time to charitable events each year. Just some of the charities and programs supported by the Outlaws Pay It Forward initiative include: Salvation Army Red Kettle program, Gleaners Food Bank, Highland Community Food Bank, Milford Memories and multiple local churches.
The Michigan Outlaws Softball Club strives to provide young ladies ages 8 to 18 a controlled and positive environment to allow for growth and improvement of their fast pitch softball skills.
Our focus is to develop student/athletes resulting in better skills, discipline, increased competitiveness and a being a team player. Along with this focus, an important objective is teaching the ownership of attitude and effort – all while incorporating a fun approach and environment which drives the “love for the game”.