Category: 2011

2011 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2011 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


Champion: Enough Said, Tallahassee, FL
Runner Up: Armed Forces, Washington, DC


The 2011 ASA Women’s Open Slow Pitch National championship trophy landed in familiar hands on Saturday evening at ASA Hall of Fame Complex. Enough Said (Tallahassee, Fla.) defeated Armed Forces 16-2 in the “if necessary” game to capture back-to-back Women’s Open titles. Ending the day with a 3-1 record and outscoring its opponents 44-17, Enough Said was led by tournament All American, batting champion (.867) and Most Valuable Player Aree Jenkins. The outfielder went 13-for-15 with 10 runs scored, one home run and five RBI. Armed Forces forced the “if” game by beating Enough Said 7-6 in the first final. The championship was not close as Enough said won 16-2 highlighted Tournament MVP Aree Jenkins who went 4-4 with 2 Doubles. Sirene Johnson also hit a Home Run, Johnson was 4-4 with 3 RBIs in the final game. Johnson finished up the tournament 10-15 (.667) with 7 runs scored. Stacey Symonds was 9-13 (.692) in the Tournament.


  • MVP – Aree Jenkins, Enough Said (13-15, .867, 1 HR, 5 RBIs, 10 Runs)
  • Batting Leader – Aree Jenkins, Enough Said (13-15) – .867
  • Home Run Leaders – Windy Klein, Quiet Storm (4-6, .667, 8 RBIs, 5 IWs) – 3
  • Home Run Leaders – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls (7-12, .583, 7 RBIs) – 3

ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Mary Hoff, Enough Said
  • IF – Diana Williams, Enough Said
  • IF – Ashley Camp, Armed Forces
  • IF – Lorita Williams, Quiet Storm
  • IF – Trina McGee, Armed Forces
  • IF – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
  • OF – Aree Jenkins, Enough Said
  • OF – Shaqina Smith, Armed Forces
  • OF – Stefanie Watt, Derby Girls
  • OF – Andrea Jackson, Quiet Storm
  • UT – Tracy Bougere, Enough Said
  • UT – Karrie Warren, Armed Forces
  • UT – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls
  • UT – Mya McRae, Derby Girls
  • UT – Sirene Johnson, Enough Said

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Enough Said, Tallahassee, FL 3-1
2. Armed Forces, Washington, DC 4-2
3. Derby Girls, Seattle, WA 2-2
4. Quiet Storm, Killeen, TX 1-2
5t. Ian’s Pride, Calhoun, GA 1-2
5t. Hit List Softball, Moore, OK 0-2

2011 ASA Industrial Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2011 held at Tallahassee, Florida on August 27-29.


Champion – Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, CT
Runner Up – Worthington Industries, Columbus, OH


This was Sikorsky’s 18th overall title in their storied history. It also was their first in seven years. They have been trying to improve themselves in the past three years with a second place finish in 2010 and a third place in 2009. After Sikorsky defeated Yamaha of Georgia and Alliance Electrical of Texas, they faced Worthington Industries who has beaten Sikorsky in the Championship game in the past, but not this year as Sikorsky beat them 18-7. All Americans for Sikorsky were Justin Kozloski, Eric Kraemer, Nick Maher and John Tokarz.


  • MVP – no info available
  • HR Leaders – Nick Maher, Sikorsky
  • HR Leaders – Robert Niemet, Worthington Industries
  • Batting Leaders – Mark Mihalick, Sikorsky (.833)
  • Batting Leaders – Robert Niemet, Worthington Industries (.833)

ASA INDUSTRIAL ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Brett Bowman, Worthington Industries
  • IF – Justin Koblowski, Sikorsky Aircraft
  • IF – Eric Kraemer, Sikorsky Aircraft
  • IF – Jack Schone, Worthington Industries
  • IF – Pat Youmans, Alliance
  • IF – Jimmie Mayson, Supreme
  • OF – Nickolas Maher, Sikorsky Aircraft
  • OF – Robert Niemet, Worthington Industries
  • OF – Justin Jenkins, Alliance
  • OF – Chris Wellemaker, Supreme
  • UT – John Tokarz, Sikorsky Aircraft
  • UT – Chris Hanners, Worthington Industries
  • UT – David Pankow, Worthington Industries
  • UT – Pat Jester, Alliance
  • UT – Hiram Mayes, Supreme

FINAL STANDINGS

1st Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, CT (3-0)
2nd Worthington Industries, Columbus, OH (3-2)
3rd Alliance, Longview, TX (1-2)
4th Supreme, Griffin, GA (2-2)
5th Yamaha, Newman, GA (1-2)
5th C.O.D. (City Of Dothan), Dothan, AL (0-2)

2011 USSSA A Men’s Slow Pitch Worlds

2011 held at Orlando, Florida on August 19-21.


Champion – Team 454 Emerald/Worth, Glen Allen, VA
Runner Up – R&M Metals/Troupe/TCP/Easton, Waterloo, IA


  • MVP –
  • Batting Champion –
  • Home Run Champion –

USSSA A ALL WORLD TEAM


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Team 454 Emerald/Worth, Glen Allen, VA 5-1
2. R&M Metals/Troupe/TCP/Easton, Waterloo, IA 5-2
3. Wood Law/Mizuno/Famous/Easton, Dallas, TX 4-2
4. EWS/Shirtsandlogos/DRgraphx/Easton, Chicago, IL 4-2
5t. Suncoast Reebok, Parrish, FL 3-2
5t. Sinister/Pritchard/Miken, Sterling Heights, MI 2-2
7t. Sonny’s/Desert Falls/Elite, Casper, WY 3-2
7t. Shoppe/Team TPS/D2E/Elite, MacKenzie, TN 2-2
9t. Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno, Spotsylvania, VA 2-2
9t. Primetime/Easton, Macon, GA 2-2
9t. Darkside/TYJA/Easton, New Britain, CT 2-2
9t. 1st Step/DCS, Pompano Beach, FL 2-2
13t. Davesplace/Sports55/Miken, Orlando, FL 2-2
13t. Newboyes/Team TPS, Brandon, FL 1-2
13t. CA Sports, Smyrna, TN 1-2
13t. CFL, Lake Worth, FL 1-2
17t. Joel’s Pizza/Reebok, Tampa, FL 0-2
17t. Down2Earthsports.Com/Worth, Baxley, GA 0-2
17t. Linedrive/Triple SSS Sportscards, Sterling Heights, MI 0-2
17t. PNH Softball, Orlando, FL 0-2
17t. Blockers/Easton, Immokalee, FL 0-2

2011 ASA A Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2011 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 29-October 2.


Champion – Annihilation/PRI/Easton, Lawrenceburg, IN
Runner Up – R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton Burlington, IA


  • MVP – Brett Helmer, Annihilation PRI Easton (19-23, .826, 5 HRs, 17 RBIs)
  • HR Leader – Lee Powers, Long Haul Trucking (18-26, .692, 25 RBIs) – 9
  • Batting Leader – Travis Clark, Annihilation PRI Easton (19-22, 3 HRs, 13 RBIs) – .864

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Geno Buck, Annihilation PRI Easton
  • IF – Vince Granados, R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton
  • IF – Keith Anderson, R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton
  • IF – Matt Pesso, Nordkap Construction/Tanel 360
  • IF – Travis Clark, Annihilation PRI Easton
  • IF – Brett Helmer, Annihilation PRI Easton
  • OF – Mike Bowlin, Nordkap Construction/Tanel 360
  • OF – Jason Branch, Sonny’s/Desert Falls/Elite
  • OF – Bubba Mack, Annihilation PRI Easton
  • OF – Rick Baker, Annihilation PRI Easton
  • UT – LC Watson, Long Haul Trucking
  • UT – Brad Reckart, R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton
  • UT – Kevin Filby, Nordkap Construction/Tanel 360
  • UT – Charles Cunningham, Sonny’s/Desert Falls/Elite
  • UT – Bryson Baker, Long Haul Trucking

FINAL STANDINGS

1st – Annihilation/PRI/Easton Lawrenceburg, IN 5-0
2nd – R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton Burlington, IA 5-2
3rd – Long Haul Trucking Albertville, MN 3-2
4th – Sonny’s/Desert Falls/Elite Casper, WY 3-2
5th – Nordkap Construction/Tanel 360 Coon Rapids, MN 3-2
5th – Precision Chicago, IL 3-2
7th – TYJA Sports/Easton Great Neck, NY 2-2
7th – Fence Brokers/Game Time Supply/Worth Bryant, AR 2-2
9th – Anytime Fitness/Easton/Wicked Sports Minneapolis, MN 1-2
9th – Honey Badgers/Enid Merchants Enid, OK 1-2
9th – Aspnation.com San Antonio, TX 1-2
9th – Armed Forces Washington, DC 1-2
13th – Team DeMarini Santa Clara, CA 0-2
13th – Evicted Norman, OK 0-2
13th – Rent King/Ambush Norman, OK 0-2

2011 Long Haul Bomber Results

Greg Connell – 2011 Long Haul Bomber Champion

Manufacturers Cup Standings

Team TPS WINS 2011 Manufactures Cup

Team Points Team HR Freq.

  • TPS 113 1.592
  • Easton 110 1.636
  • Miken 105 1.714
  • Worth 102 1.764
  • DeMarini 89 2.022
  • East Coast Athletics 74 2.432

Individual Standings

**Qualified for FINAL at LA Dodgers on Sept 18th

Individual Points HR Freq.

**Denny Crine 63/90 1.428
**Tim Cocco 57/90 1.578
**Greg Connell 57/90 1.578
**Brett Helmer 57/90 1.578
***JD Genter 56/90 1.607
**Brian Wegman 53/90 1.698
Jeff Hall 49/90 1.836
Kevin Filby 46/90 1.956
*BJ Fulk 45/90 2.000
Chris Larsen 43/90 2.093
Jeremy Isenhower 42/90 2.142
John Gilmore 25/90 3.600
*Jeff Wallace hit for BJ Fulk in Miami & Tampa
*Brett McCollum hit for JD Genter in Seattle & Minneapolis

San Francisco Giants – August 30

  • Denny Crine – Team Miken – 12
  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 12
  • JD Genter – Team TPS – 8
  • Kevin Filby – Team DeMarini – 7
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 6
  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 5

St. Louis Cardinals – August 26

  • JD Genter – Team TPS – 11
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 9
  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 7
  • Kevin Filby – Team Demarini – 7
  • Jeremy Isenhower – Team Miken – 6
  • *Greg Connell – Team Worth – 8

*non-points event for Greg Connell

Atlanta Braves – August 19

  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 13
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 13
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 10
  • BJ Fulk – Team Worth – 8
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 8
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 5

Toronto Blue Jays – August 14

Denny Crine, Team Miken – 11
JD Genter – Team TPS – 11
Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 8
Jeremy Isenhower – Team Miken – 7
Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 6

Cincinnati Reds – July 15

  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 14
  • Kevin Filby – Team DeMarini – 10
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 10
  • BJ Fulk – Team Worth – 9
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 9
  • Jeremy Isenhower – Team Miken – 9
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 5
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 4

Washington Nationals – July 4

  • Kevin Filby – Team DeMarini – 9
  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 8
  • BJ Fulk – Team Worth – 7
  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 6
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 3
  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 2 Minnesota Makeup

Minnesota Twins – July 1

  • Jeff Hall – East Coast Athletics – 12
  • Brett McCollum – Team TPS – 12
  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 10
  • Denny Crine – Team Miken – 7
  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 6 of 10, and needs to make up 5 swings due to inclement weather.

Seattle Mariners – June 29

  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 12
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 12
  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 10
  • Denny Crine – Team Miken – 9
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 8
  • Brett McCollum – Team TPS – 8

San Diego Padres – June 25

  • BJ Fulk -Team Worth – 10
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 10
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 10
  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 8
  • Jeremy Isenhower – Team Miken – 8
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 6
  • Kevin Filby – Team DeMarini – 5 points
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 4

Southern League All Star Game – June 20 (non-points event)

  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 12
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 11
  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 10
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 4

New York Mets – June 2

  • Kevin Filby – Team DeMarini – 8
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 8
  • Tim Cocco – Team TPS – 8
  • Jeff Hall – Team East Coast Athletics – 7
  • JD Genter – Team TPS – 6
  • Chris Larsen – Team DeMarini – 4
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 1

Tampa Bay Rays – May 29

  • Denny Crine – Team Miken – 12
  • Brett Helmer – Team Easton – 9
  • Brian Wegman – Team Easton – 7
  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 7
  • Jeff Wallace – Team Worth – 6
  • Jeremy Isenhower – Team Miken – 3

Florida Marlins – May 22

  • Denny Crine – Team Miken – 12
  • Greg Connell – Team Worth – 11
  • Jeremy Eisenhower – Team Miken – 9
  • John Gilmore – Team East Coast Athletics – 8
  • Jeff Wallace – Team Worth – 5

2011 Old Scout All World Team

P – Andy Purcell
C – Brett Helmer
1B – Rusty Bumgardner
2B – Greg Connell
MI – Bryson Baker
SS – Don Dedonatis Jr
3B – Dennis Rulli
OF – Rick Baker
OF – Brian Wegman
OF – Brian Rainwater
EH – Tim Cocco
UTL – Geno Buck
UTL – Jeremy Isenhower
UTL – Tim Howard
UTL – Bobby Hughes

Player of the Year – Greg Connell

2011 USSSA Major World Series

2011 held at Kissimmee, Florida


Champion – Resmondo-Specialty Tank/Worth, Winter Haven, FL
Runner Up – TaylorMade/TN Sports/Mizuno, Williamsburg, VA


  • Co-MVPs -Brian Rainwater, Resmondo (18-21, .857, 4 HRs, 8 RBIs, 14 Runs)
  • Co-MVPs -BJ Fulk, Resmondo (19-23, .826, 8 HRs, 17 RBIs, 15 Runs)
  • Home Run Leader – Bryson Baker, Resmondo (13-23, .565, 23 RBIs, 13 Runs) – 9
  • Batting Leader – Brian Rainwater, Resmondo – .857
  • Defensive MVP – Andy Purcell, Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Offensive MVP – Kevin Kennington, Taylormade (24-33, .727, 8 HRs, 19 RBIs, 21 Runs)

USSSA MAJOR WORLD SERIES ALL WORLD TEAM

  • Bryson Baker – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Robert Blackburn – Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno
  • Rusty Bumgardner – Team Combat/Laservision/D2E/Supreme
  • Greg Connell – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Kevin Filby – GTL Cartel/Demarini
  • Brian Floyd – Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno
  • BJ Fulk – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Brett Helmer – Team Combat/Laservision/D2E/Supreme
  • Brandon Jonas – Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno
  • Kevin Kennington – Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno
  • Howie Krause – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Chris Larsen – GTL Cartel/Demarini
  • Brian Logan – Taylormade/TM Sports/Mizuno
  • Bubba Mack – Team 454/Emerald/Worth
  • Aaron Middendorf – R&M Metals/Troupe/Easton
  • Donovan Pokraka – GTL Cartel/Demarini
  • Andy Purcell – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Brian Rainwater – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth
  • Dustin Roberts – Suncoast/Reebok
  • Seth Stephens – Team Combat/Laservision/D2E/Supreme
  • Brian Wegman – Team Combat/Laservision/D2E/Supreme
  • Frank Webb – Resmondo/Specialty Tank/Worth