|In-House||Traveling||Boys||Girls||Sport||Organization||Grades||Start Date||Stop Date||Notes|
|X||X||Baseball||Boys In-House Baseball||Pre-K to 12||April (Late)||July|
|X||X||Baseball||Boys Traveling Baseball||10U to 15U||April||July|
|X||X||Basketball||Boys In-House Basketball||1 to 6||November||March|
|X||X||Basketball||Boys In-House Basketball||7 to 12||January||March|
|X||X||Basketball||Boys Traveling Basketball||4 to 8||October (Mid)||March (Early)|
|X||X||Basketball||Girls In-House Basketball||2nd Grade||October||December|
|X||X||Basketball||Girls In-House Basketball||3 to 6||November||March|
|X||X||Basketball||Girls In-House Basketball||7 to 12||October||December|
|X||X||Basketball||Girls Traveling Basketball||4 to 8||October (Mid)||March (Early)|
|X||X||Football||Football (Flag)||1 to 2||August (Late)||October (Early)|
|X||X||Football||Football (Flag)||3 to 4||August (Late)||October (Early)|
|X||X||Football||Football (Tackle)||3 to 4||August (Late)||October (Early)||With Bloomington|
|X||X||Football||Football (Tackle)||5 to 6||August (Late)||October (Early)||With Bloomington|
|X||X||Football||Football (Tackle)||7 to 8||August (Late)||October (Early)||South Suburban League|
|X||X||X||X||Lacrosse||Lacrosse||K to 8||April||July|
|X||X||Soccer||Boys Rec Soccer||Pre-K to 12||August (Late)||October (Early)||Fall|
|X||X||Soccer||Boys Rec Soccer||Pre-K to 12||April (Late)||June||Spring|
|X||X||Soccer||Boys Competitive Soccer||Pre-K to 12||August (Late)||October (Early)||Fall|
|X||X||Soccer||Boys Competitive Soccer||Pre-K to 12||April (Late)||July||Spring|
|X||X||Soccer||Girls Rec Soccer||Pre-K to 12||August (Late)||October (Early)||Fall|
|X||X||Soccer||Girls Rec Soccer||Pre-K to 12||April (Late)||June||Spring|
|X||X||Soccer||Girls Competitive Soccer||Pre-K to 12||August (Late)||October (Early)||Fall|
|X||X||Soccer||Girls Competitive Soccer||Pre-K to 12||April (Late)||July||Spring|
|X||X||Softball||Girls In-House Softball||K to 12||April (Mid)||July||Slowpitch|
|X||X||Softball||Girls Traveling Slowpitch Softball||12U to 19U||April||July|
|X||X||Softball||Girls Traveling Fastpitch Softball||8U to 16U||April||July|
|X||X||Softball||Girls Traveling Fastpitch Softball||8U to 16U||August||September|
|X||X||Softball||Girls Traveling Fastpitch Softball||14U to 18U||August||July||Wildfire Club Team|
|X||X||Volleyball||Girls In-House Volleyball||2 to 6||August||September||
|X||X||Volleyball||Girls Volleyball - Fall League||5 to 8||August (Last Week)||October (Mid)|
|X||X||Volleyball||Traveling Volleyball||12U to 14U||December||April-Mid May|
Have you been wondering what that big bubble is in Savage? Some people say it can be seen from as far away as Burnsville High School. It has not always been there; rather it is the newest athletic facility to cater to youths and adults during the cold season.
This new dome was built through a partnership with the Burnsville Athletic Club (BAC), Prior Lake Athletics for Youth (PLAY), Prior Lake Soccer and the city of Savage. It has 108,000 square feet (the Metrodome has 142,515 square feet). Inside, you will find three fields, batting cages and even a golf cage. Athletes involved in soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball and football are expected to be the biggest users. The visionaries of this dome didn’t forget about the walkers, runners and families that are not part of the sponsoring organizations because members of the community can jog or walk around the inside of the dome free of charge from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. seven days a week.
This is a win for a lot of our families because they don’t have to travel to places like Vadnais Heights or Faribault to practice indoors.
The state of Minnesota has mandated that organizations, like the BAC, certify all coaches and officials. Get certified or notify BAC of your certification: Concussion Proof of Certification
A concussion is a brain injury caused by a bump or blow to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Even what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.
To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions—a type of traumatic brain injury—to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The "Heads Up" initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.
Click here to go to the CDC website to learn more!
Any Member, Participant, Spectator, Coach, Director or other volunteer may file a grievance to address code of conduct violations or violations of any of the policies, procedures, rules or By Laws of the BAC. Grievances may not be filed relative to the outcomes of individual games. Individuals filing a grievance should exhaust all other means of resolution including talking with any coaches involved or the activity Commissioner. Should it still be necessary for a grievance to be filed the following procedures and penalties shall be followed. The Grievance Committee will determine the level of penalty, if any, based on the information available.
- A grievance must be submitted, in writing to the Vice-President of the BAC within 10 days of the event, stating the time, place, individuals involved and as many specifics of the incident as possible.
- The Grievance Committee will meet within 10 days of receiving the complaint.
- The Grievance Committee will consist of the BAC Vice President, who will chair the committee, the BAC Secretary, one activity Commissioner of a sport not involved in the grievance or one at large Director, and two at members of the Grievance Committee Pool as chosen by the Vice President. No participant in a Grievance Committee may be involved in the grievance at hand in any way. Alternatives for the VP and Secretary will be the BAC President as chairman, and an uninvolved board member as Secretary.
- The committee will discuss and decide the issue after the parties involved have been dismissed and will notify the parties, in writing of their decision, within 24 hours.
- Decisions of the Grievance Committee are final.
Range of Penalties for Code of Conduct, Rule Violations or Other Abuse
- Official written reprimand in Member’s, Participant’s, Director’s, Official’s, Coach’s or other volunteer’s file.
- Game or other participation suspension at the discretion of the committee, if relative to a formal grievance. A Coach or activity Commissioner may also assess game or other participation suspension. All suspensions by Coaches or activity Commissioners must be confirmed in writing (by letter or email) to the Secretary within 48 hours of the imposing of the penalty. The Coach or activity Commissioner must communicate the nature of the suspension to the parents or legal guardians of the affected Participant.
- Dismissal from participation in the activity for the remainder of the season.
- A one-year ban from participation in any BAC activity.
- Banned from ever participating in BAC activities.
The Burnsville Athletic Club (BAC) is a nonprofit organization that organizes and supervises youth sports for kindergarten through 12th grade. All board members and commissioners are volunteers. Our non-paid positions allow us to maximize what we can give the community.
BAC has been providing and organizing youth sports since 1959. In the early days, many of the functions of the BAC were executed in the homes of volunteers. Years later, we moved to the Alimagnet Park House. Our current home is in the basement of the Burnsville City Hall.
We plan to grow in many ways while improving service to our community.
Where your donation is needed:
Scholarships: We need outside funding in order to provide for those that can not afford our programs. Currently, a portion of paid participants is used to finance this need. Due to the economy, this logic is creating a challenge.