The Sugar Land Skeeters will host a National Pro Fastpitch game this Summer at Constellation Field on August 3 and 4 when the USSSA Pride take on the Dallas Charge. First pitch is slated for 7:05 p.m. on both days. The NPF is the only professional women’s softball league in the United States and features five teams with the Akron Racers, Chicago Bandits and Pennsylvania Rebellion, along with the Pride and the Charge.

“We are extremely excited to welcome the USSSA Pride and Dallas Charge to Constellation Field and thrilled to have the opportunity to work with National Pro Fastpitch,” Skeeters General Manager Chris Jones said. “We are always looking to bring new and exciting events to the Sugar Land and Fort Bend communities.”

The Dallas Charge feature five players that played collegiately in Texas. Mikey Kenney (Texas Tech, ‘14), Nicole Morgan (Texas A&M, ‘14), Nadia Taylor (Texas, ‘12), Taylor Thom (Texas, ‘14) and Bailey Watts (Houston, ‘12) played in the Lone Star state during their collegiate careers.

The USSSA Pride, based in Kissimmee, Florida, is highlighted by three players who played at the University of Texas, including Cat Osterman, a two-time Olympic Medalist for the USA Women’s Softball Team in 2004 and 2008.

NPF is an Official Development Partner with Major League Baseball. Tickets will go on-sale Wednesday at the Box Office. Admission is $10 for Box Seats and $35 for the Insperity Club and Imperial seats, which includes food. Fans wishing to purchase tickets to the games can visit the Sugar Land Skeeters box office or online at