All-State Player Selection Process
Allotment to the PSCA All-State team is determined by the number of paid PSCA member head coaches within each league. A league with 4 to 8 paid head coaches receives one player honored on the All-State team. A league with 9 to 16 receives two; 17 to 24 receives three, etc. This sequence continues by multiples of eight. Each league is responsible for determining the ranking of outstanding players within that league. Some leagues conduct ranking/voting meetings. Some use a mail ballot. Once determined, the PSCA League Representative forwards the nomination to the All-State Chairman. The chairman then determines if the player chosen is qualified by checking membership information. To be recognized, a player's coach must be a PSCA member. The qualified coach of the player honored is responsible for the publicity of their own player(s). The mailing of certificates is handled by the chairman of the All-State Committee.
If additional information is needed about these procedures, please feel free to contact the appropriate Chairperson of the All-State Committee: