Tuesday, July 4, 2017

WKAC All-Star Teams

Thank you to all WKAC Coaches and families for being apart of the WKAC All-Star teams in the Pinto and Mustang divisions.  You represented us well and we hope that your child gained a lot of great memories.

WKAC Bat Standards & Changes

WKAC will be implementing the new bat standard starting January 2018.  

If you have questions please contact your WKAC Division Director.

Please click here to view the new bat standards.

USA Bat Standards

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Thank you for participating in WKAC Mustang Kamehameha Day Tournament

Thank you to all the teams and families for supporting WKAC Mustang tournament.  We hope everyone had a great time.  Thank you again.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Hawaiian Hardball Survey

Hawaiian Hardball need your help as they plan to launch a new retail store, and wants to carry equipment our customers want.  If we could ask you to share with anyone you know who is involved with amateur baseball to take our short survey about baseball bat brands they prefer.  It’s only two questions and will take less than 10 seconds to complete and it will greatly appreciated!!!

Use the link below to access the survey:

Thursday, May 11, 2017

WKAC Bronco/Mustang Kamehameha Tournament

If you are interested in entering a team please do the following:

1.  Click here to fill out your team's information

2.  Click here for Bronco Logistical paperwork

3.  Click here for Mustang Logistical paperwork.

If you have questions, please email the bronco director at bronco@wkac.org and/or the mustang director at mustang@wkac.org

Thank you again for your interest.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Notice - Kalani Batting Cage Closed

The Kalani batting cage is off limits until further notice.  Mahalo!

Robert Uchida
WKAC President

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Bat Standard Update

WKAC families,
Please hold off on buying bats for now.  The USABat stamp bats will be available starting in September 1, 2017.  There are still discusses on 2 ¼ and  bat sizes.  Little League has decided to allow 2 5/8 barrel size bats with the USABat stamp on them as well as the 2 ¼ barrel size bats.  With that said, most people has mentioned that most bat manufacturers are inclined to make more 2 5/8 barrel bat size.  My understanding is that every Organization will be making adjusting to the new standard….the only organization who will not be following the change is USSA Baseball which are made of travel ball tournaments around the country.  
The league will discuss the changes and standards before the winter registration….as for the summer season registration which is this week we will be okay.
Robert Uchida
WKAC President