Category: ASA

2020 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 6-7.


Champion –  Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, Wisconsin
Runner Up – Tharaldson Softball, Fargo, North Dakota


  • MVP – Mike Jacobson, Comatose/S2N/Monsta (4 HR, 11 RBI, .818)
  • HR Champion – Kye Winter – Tharaldson Softball (7)
  • Batting Champion – Chris Olson – Ductech/Monsta Athletics (.944)

Comatose/S2N/Monsta closed out Labor Day weekend at USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex by taking home the 2020 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship trophy. Comatose claimed a 22-12 victory over Tharaldson Softball on Championship Day and finished the tournament undefeated with a 5-0 record.

Tharaldson didn’t waste any time getting on the scoreboard, jumping out to a 5-0 lead as Kye Winter and Jay Hartman each went yard while Chris Munch collected a RBI single. Comatose’s Jacob Stadler, Damon Wegner and Matt Stefanski each homered in the bottom half of the frame to give the home squad a 6-5 lead.

Both teams shut down their opponent in the second inning, with Tharaldson turning a double play to strand two Comatose runners on base. Returning to the plate, a two-run home run by Munch gave Tharaldson a one-run lead before David Bobbitt drove in another run. Comatose posted a six-run third inning for a 12-8 lead, with Zack Wegner sending a two-run shot out of the park.

Tharaldson didn’t let up, pushing across two runs in the fourth and fifth innings while keeping Comatose off the board to tie the ballgame at 12-12 after five innings of play. After a 1-2-3 inning from the Comatose defense, the offense came alive with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning and scored 10 runs. Highlighted by grand slam shots from Damon Wegner and Robert Guzman, Stefanski and Jacobson also drove home a pair of runs to put Comatose ahead, 22-12, which turned out to be all Comatose needed to secure the National Championship title.

En route to the Championship Game, Tharaldson posted a 25-5 win over Ductech/Monsta Athletics and a 14-11 victory over Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme earlier in the day. Mike Jacobson took home the tournament MVP award, while Chris Olson was named the Batting Champion and Kye Winter the Home Run Champion.


ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Ben Barrone – Ductech/Monsta Athletics
  • Ryan Brosnan – Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme
  • Chris Munch – Tharaldson Softball
  • Jay Hartman – Tharaldson Softball
  • Mitch Mclain – Tharaldson Softball
  • Brent Zomer – Tharaldson Softball
  • Corey Volden – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Alex Abraham – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Brent Zomer – Tharaldson Softball
  • Chris Olson – Ductech/Monsta Athletics
  • Mike Jacobson – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Robert Guzman – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Eli Christenson – Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme
  • Ned Adair – Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme
  • Jacob Stadler – Comatose/S2N/Monsta

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (5-0)
2. Tharaldson Softball, Fargo, ND (5-2)
3. Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme, Rhome, TX (2-2)
4. Ductech/Monsta Athletics, South St. Paul, MN (3-2)
5t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (2-2)
5t. River Ridge Softball, Sioux Falls, SD (2-2)
7t. Blackies Softball, Defiance, OH (2-2)
7t. PTS, Huffman, TX (1-2)
9t. L&S Glass, San Jose, CA (1-2)
9t. VHI/Greater Than, Rochester, MN (1-2)
9t. Dirty Sports/Triton Towing, Puyallup, WA (1-2)
9t. Envy/Rankin/Lifetime Diamonds/ASP, Conroe, TX (1-2)
13t. Drip City/Monsta, Grimes, IA (0-2)
13t. GS/Nally’s/Contenderesportsllc, Gardner, KS (0-2)


STATISTICS – https://gc.com/tmt/summer-2020/2020-usa-softball-mens-class-b-slow-pitch-national-championship-5ee3e885e37a6a3ed04a2993

Player Team Name 2B 3B HR RBI R AVG OBP SLG
Chris Olson Ductech/Monsta Athletics 2 0 3 7 11 .929 .944 1.714
Mike Jacobson Comatose/S2N/Monsta 2 0 4 11 9 .842 .818 1.579
Robert Guzman Comatose/S2N/Monsta 1 0 3 10 5 .714 .765 1.429
Bryan Renfrow River Ridge Softball 5 0 1 5 10 .722 .750 1.167
Alex Abraham Comatose/S2N/Monsta 4 0 1 7 12 .706 .750 1.118
Billy Waltrip Dirty Sports/Triton Towing 1 0 2 7 10 .727 .733 1.364
Ben Barrone Ductech/Monsta Athletics 1 1 6 19 9 .722 .722 1.889
Adam Yoder Blackies Softball 3 1 2 9 7 .706 .722 1.353
Jimmy Dekker River Ridge Softball 2 0 3 12 9 .684 .714 1.263
Brent Zomer Tharaldson Softball 2 2 2 13 16 .652 .704 1.174
Corey Volden Comatose/S2N/Monsta 5 2 0 8 11 .737 .700 1.211
Keith Foote T’s 13 0 2 1 9 5 .688 .688 1.125
Anthony Raffel Comatose/S2N/Monsta 2 0 3 13 10 .688 .684 1.375
Chris Munsch Tharaldson Softball 4 1 3 14 11 .654 .667 1.231
Zach Woodside River Ridge Softball 1 0 4 15 10 .632 .667 1.316
Andrew Dubblede River Ridge Softball 2 1 2 5 10 .632 .667 1.158
Matt Stefanski Comatose/S2N/Monsta 4 3 1 9 8 .667 .667 1.389
Eric Jesse Blackies Softball 3 0 2 9 8 .647 .667 1.176
Damon Wegner Comatose/S2N/Monsta 1 0 5 16 10 .625 .667 1.625
Ned Adair Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme 4 0 3 6 6 .643 .667 1.571

TPS Power Ratings – September 6, 2020

– Must have four (4) or more events. Information is provided in the following order:
– Team Name.
– Team Class.
– Team’s Home Base.
– TPS Power Rating.
– Number of Eligible Tournaments participated in.
– Wins & Losses (in eligible games only).
– Won-Lost % (in eligible games only).
– SoftballCenter.com Rank.

Place Team Class City TPS Events W L PCT SC
1 Dan Smith/Menosse/Steven Smith/FAI Major San Jose, CA 130.181 10 52 11 .825 1
2 Resmondo/Smash IT/Sonny’s/JJ’s/RDD Major Winter Haven, FL 119.424 10 42 16 .724 2
3 Pure Sports/Infamous/EB Major Charleston, SC 94.931 9 33 18 .647 7
4 Anarchy/MPT Rentals AA Manahawkin, NJ 94.139 10 32 20 .615 3
5 BadDraw/TDB/RapidFire/T2/BAF/Pauer Major Charlotte, NC 90.524 12 32 23 .582 4
6 Smash It/Precision/3rd St/Bulldawg AA Downers Grove, IL 88.116 9 31 18 .633 11
7 WestPoint A Noblesville, IN 88.089 7 18 14 .563 9
8 Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC/Elite/Miken A Tulsa, OK 86.997 7 28 12 .700 18
9 Sports Reach/Crunchtime/H&H/Grizzy A Campbellsville, KY 83.675 10 27 20 .574 8
10 Bay Area Legends/Easton AA Oakland, CA 83.320 9 33 16 .673 5
11 PrimeTime Easton/FAI/Riot/Klutch A Macon, GA 78.600 9 22 18 .550 13
12 Xtreme/Miken/Worth/Athlon/ASP AA Medina, MN 78.339 9 24 18 .571 14
13 Premier/T&W/Easton/BAF A Cincinnati, OH 77.307 8 18 14 .563 12
14 GS/Nallys/ContenderEsportLLC B Gardner, KS 76.688 5 19 6 .760 6
15 WorkSteer/Bell’s LawnCare A New Bern, NC 75.085 8 19 16 .543 15
16 Riot/TG/Treedem/Klutch/Pure AA Tampa, FL 72.790 8 17 16 .515 17
17 Maroadi/SNI/Easton A Orlando, FL 72.210 9 15 18 .455 23
18 Klutch/Hubs Pub/Worth AA St. Louis, MO 71.324 7 11 14 .440 NR
19 Classic Glass/Easton A San Jose, CA 70.609 6 14 12 .538 19
20 BaughFord/HDLNS/Hubs Pub A Clanton, AL 70.461 8 15 16 .484 21

2020 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 4-5.


Champion –  Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC, Claremore, Oklahoma
Runner Up – Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, Wisconsin


  • MVP – Conner Murray, Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • HR Champion – Billy Sanders, Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme (11)
  • Batting Champion – Mike Jacobson, Comatose (.933)
  • Batting Champion – Joey Bulens, T’s 13 (.933)

The Championship Game might have started out slow, but it certainly did not end that way as Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.Inc claimed the 2020 USA Softball Men’s Class A Slow Pitch National Championship. The Seminoles went undefeated throughout the tournament, besting Comatose/S2N/Monsta 20-18 in the Championship finale that came down to the last batter.

Comatose jumped out to an early lead, driving in four runs in the top of the first while holding the Seminoles to a zero. Mitchell Dunse and Jim Dreikosen each homered in the first inning to bring the four runners across the plate for Comatose.

The Seminoles nearly returned the favor in the top of the second to Comatose, limiting the visiting team to just one run while driving in five of their own to tie up the game. The offense got started with a leadoff home run by Zane Trammell and an error on the defense allowed the next runner to reach second. A two-run shot by Kyndrich Doggett continued the momentum for the Seminoles with two outs and then another two-run blast from Oliver Odle made it an even 5-5 score.

Another home run from Dreikosen in the top of the third put Comatose on top by one run, but that lead did not last long as the Seminoles put up a run of their own via a Steven Smith homer to tie the game up again at six runs apiece.

Robert Guzman homered with two outs and an RBI single from Brett Wichman put Comatose back up by two runs in the top of the fourth. The game continued to be a nail biter in the bottom of the frame, as a two-run shot by Conner Murray tied up the game for the third time in the contest.

Comatose was kept off the board for the first time in the top of the fifth, giving the Seminoles a chance to take the lead. The home team did just that, driving in two to pull ahead by as many runs. A leadoff home run by Tim Bowser and RBI double from Smith drove in the lone runs of the fifth inning.

Comatose plated three in the top of the sixth and limited the Seminoles to just one to once again tie up the game after six complete innings. Headed into the seventh, the Comatose bats woke up as the team drove in seven runs to take a large lead. Three home runs and a fielder’s choice made a difference for Comatose, as the team went up 18-11 with the Seminoles headed to their final at-bat.

The Seminoles offense also came alive in their final at-bat as the team drove in nine runs for the walk off, 20-18 win. Hunter Ramirez, Smith and Jose Hernandez each homered to bring the game within three runs, and a single and error by the defense kept the offense rolling with two outs. Doggett drove in a run with a single up the middle, and a double by Murray tied up the game. Needing one run to win it all, the Seminoles did that and then some as Odle drove the ball over the left field fence for a two-run bomb to give his team the win.

Murray won MVP accolades after an impressive tournament in which he drove in 11 runs, scored 16 times and blasted four home runs.


ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Ryan O’Connell – Chanticlear/P5 Sports/JEC/Extreme Graffix
  • Joe Cornell – Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics
  • Zane Trammell – Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • Conner Murray – Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • Craig Wais – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Mitchell Dunse – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Spencer Selby – Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • Hunter Ramirez – Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • Alex Hovey – Drip City/Monsta
  • John Stibal – Ductech/Monsta Athletics
  • Blaine Horsager – Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics
  • Richard Buck – Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics
  • Tim Bowser – Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC
  • Jim Dreikosen – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Mike Jacobson – Comatose/S2N/Monsta

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC, Claremore, OK (5-0)
2. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (4-2)
3. Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics, Mandan, ND (4-2)
4. Drip City/Monsta, Grimes, IA (3-2)
5t. Chanticlear/P5 Sports/JEC/Extreme Graffix, Brooklyn Park, MN (1-2)
5t. Ductech/Monsta Athletics, South St. Paul, MN (2-2)
7t. Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme, Rhome, TX (2-2)
7t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (2-2)
9t. VHI/Greater Than, Rochester, MN (1-2)
9t. Tharaldson Softball, Fargo, ND (0-2)
9t. GS/Nally’s/Contendersportsllc, Gardner, KS (0-2)
9t. PTS/Southern Roosters, Spring, TX (0-2)
13. Dirty Sports/Triton Towing, Puyallup, WA (0-2)


STATISTICS – https://gc.com/tmt/summer-2020/2020-usa-softball-mens-class-a-slow-pitch-national-championship-5ee3e8673eecc97a33bbdec7

Player Team Name 2B 3B HR RBI R AVG OBP SLG
Mike Jacobson Comatose/S2N/Monsta 7 0 7 16 14 .929 .933 1.929
Joey Bulens T’s 13 5 0 4 11 11 .929 .933 2.143
Spencer Selby Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC 1 1 8 16 16 .800 .833 2.150
Ryan O’Connell Chanticlear/P5 Sports/JEC/Extreme Graffix 4 0 2 11 11 .800 .813 1.467
Conner Murray Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC 5 0 4 11 16 .773 .800 1.545
Jim Dreikosen Comatose/S2N/Monsta 0 0 6 13 9 .786 .800 2.071
Ned Adair Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme 5 1 4 13 10 .750 .778 1.938
Billy Sanders Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme 2 0 11 18 13 .778 .778 2.722
Richard Buck Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics 0 0 9 20 12 .739 .778 1.913
Andy Masten T’s 13 2 0 3 10 11 .733 .750 1.467
Alex Hovey Drip City/Monsta 5 0 5 17 13 .700 .739 1.700
Trey Gothard T’s 13 2 0 2 5 8 .714 .733 1.286
Chris Bauer Ductech/Monsta Athletics 3 0 4 7 10 .714 .733 1.786
Chad McCarthy Drip City/Monsta 1 1 7 16 10 .737 .714 2.000
Joe Cornell Heartland Investors/Monsta Athletics 4 0 5 13 15 .741 .714 1.444
Hunter Ramirez Seminoles/TPS/NACSF.INC 3 0 4 11 14 .682 .708 1.364
Tanner Kockler Drip City/Monsta 3 0 3 11 13 .667 .696 1.238
Elijah Christenson Program/Worth/JTLLC/3xtreme 2 0 4 10 6 .688 .688 1.563
Adam Miller Ductech/Monsta Athletics 2 0 1 4 9 .688 .688 1.000

2020 ASA Women’s Open Slow Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Drakes Creek Park, in Hendersonville, Tennessee on August 22-23.


Champion – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton, Kent, Washington
Runner Up – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos, Lexington, Kentucky


  • MVP – Christan Dowling, Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • HR Champion – Melinda Leday, Backman/Team 24 – 2
  • HR Champion – Fina Finau, Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton – 2
  • HR Champion – Megan Baltzell, Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton – 2
  • Batting Champion – Christan Dowling, Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton – .750

The competition was fierce as a pair of one-run ballgames fed into the Championship Game, but the bats of Smash it Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton  were a force to be reckoned with as the offense erupted for a 17-1 win over Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos in the title game. Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos ultimately battled out of the semifinal game to earn a rematch with Smash It Sports after the two teams had met less than 24 hours ago in the winner’s bracket final.

Backman/Team 24 started the day with an 11-10, extra-innings win over Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger. It was a back-and-forth contest between the two squads with a three-run outing by Lady SNI in their final at-bat forcing the game into extra innings, but an RBI single to right field from Stephanie Call gave Backman the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth.

The semifinal contest saw a similar result, as nearly every batter in the contest between Low Bobs and Backman recorded a hit. Ultimately, it was Low Bobs who snuck away with the 11-10 win after Terri Ross hit a sac fly to center and Annie Rardin also drove in a run with a sac fly. Down by two runs, Backman plated one run in their final at-bat with two outs, but that was all the offense the home team could muster.

That brought the Championship Game to close out the Women’s Open Slow Pitch National Championship, and Smash It Sports delivered by cruising to a 17-1 (six innings) win over Low Bobs. The squad absolutely smashed the ball, combining for 24 hits in the win with Megan Baltzell and Kami Marrott leading the team with three RBI apiece. Both Baltzell and Christan Dowling each collected a home run in the win with Fiana Finau sending two out of the park.

Finau collected 10 RBI throughout to lead her team at the plate while Baltzell’s two home runs led Smash it Sports and tied the tournament leader board.


ASA OPEN ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Pitcher – Jessica Ford – Dirty Sports/Trojans/CS/Thunder
  • Infield – Stephanie Call – Backman/Team 24
  • Infield – Megan Baltzell – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • Infield – Fina Finau – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • Infield – Kami Marrott – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • Infield – Gina Mengwasser – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos
  • Outfield – Kara Oberer – Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger
  • Outfield – Ty Abdo – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • Outfield – Erin Gilland – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos
  • Outfield – Tiffany Shaw – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos
  • Utility – Kylee Studioso – Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger
  • Utility – Melinda Leday – Backman/Team 24
  • Utility – Valisha Fincher – Backman/Team 24
  • Utility – Christan Dowling – Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton
  • Utility – Terri Ross – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton, Kent, WA (5-0)
2. Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos, Lexington, KY (4-2)
3. Backman/Team 24, Apollo Beach, FL (5-2)
4. Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger, Altamonte Springs, FL (3-2)
5t. Dirty Sports/Trojans/CS/Thunder, Shoreline, WA (2-2)
5t. BSC Dynasty, Tallahassee, FL (3-2)
7t. TDB/A-1Glass/MAL/Easton, Harmony, FL (2-2)
7t. SNC/DBbrand, York, PA (3-2)
9t. On Point, Grimes, IA (1-2)
9t. Karma, Covington, GA (1-2)
9t. Lady Mojo Reloaded, Louisa, VA (2-2)
9t. HTHF/High Octane, Mint Hill, NC (2-2)
13t. Traders Reloaded Klutch, Colliersville, TN (1-2)
13t. Bellys/HDLNS/Durbin Bowl, West Harrison, IN (0-2)
13t. Team 615, Murfreesboro, TN (0-2)
13t. SFK/ASP/A&S Constructors, Saratoga, CA (0-2)
17t. LaFamiglia/Easton/Riot, Bethel Park, PA (0-2)
17t. Level Up, Eufaula, AL (0-2)


STATISTICS – https://gc.com/tmt/summer-2020/2020-usa-softball-womens-open-slow-pitch-national-championship-5ee3e7bc8b4a5e4c94bbdeaf

Player Team OBP HR RBI SLG
Christan Dowling Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton .750 1 9 1.200
Kylee Studioso Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .733 0 3 .929
Stephanie Call Backman/Team 24 .720 0 9 .750
Kara Oberer Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .706 0 2 .786
Megan Baltzell Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton .706 2 7 1.188
Melinda Leday Backman/Team 24 .700 2 15 1.176
Sheique Brass BSC DYNASTY .667 0 5 1.000
Danielle Nadeau HTHF/High Octane .667 0 2 .733
Dani Wayt Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .667 0 7 .765
Aimee Halpin Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .667 0 6 .889
Gina Mengwasser Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos .667 0 8 .706
Alex Acosta Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .647 0 6 .692
Delicia Brown SNC/DBbrand .647 0 4 .857
Shelby Engles Lady SNI/OA Labs/DeMarini/Louisville Slugger .632 0 9 .722
Valisha Fincher Backman/Team 24 .615 1 6 .960
Fiana Finau Smash It Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton .611 1 10 1.063
Carmen Fowler SNC/DBbrand .611 0 4 .875
Jessica Beaver Dirty Sports/Trojans/CS/Thunder .600 0 4 .733
Victoria Toplikar Dirty Sports/Trojans/CS/Thunder .600 0 6 .733
Jen Hastings SNC/DBbrand .600 0 4 .571

Champion – Smash it Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton

Runner Up – Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos

 

2020 ASA Men’s AA Slow Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville on August 22-23.


Champion – Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking, Chicago, Illinois
Runner Up – MPT Anarchy, Toms River, New Jersey


This was the first time ASA had run the AA Nationals since 2005 when it was termed “Major”.

A pair of champions were crowned today in Hendersonville, Tenn. with the conclusion of the 2020 USA Softball Men’s Class AA and Women’s Open Slow Pitch National Championships. For the Men’s Class AA, it was Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking who emerged with the National Championship title after going a perfect 4-0 through bracket play with a 20-18 win over MPT/Anarchy in the Championship Game. For the Women’s Open division, Smash it Sports/Derby Girls/Sonnys/STG/Easton held up the National Championship trophy. The team went undefeated during their run in Hendersonville, which saw them earn three run-rule victories, including a 17-1 (six innings) win over Low Bobs/Shirts & Logos for the title.

In the Men’s AA division, MPT/Anarchy battled through the loser’s bracket to earn a rematch with Precision in the Championship Game. Hot right out of the gate, MPT/Anarchy took a six-run lead and never looked back in a 24-7 (six innings) semifinal win over Thunder/Chosen. Scoring in every single at-bat, MPT/Anarchy was led by Chris Greinert and David Johnson, who each sent two out of the park for five RBI apiece.

That win sent MPT/Anarchy to the Championship Game, however the offense did not follow the team to the next round as Precision capitalized on timely hitting and the strong swing of Daniel Cayton to earn the 20-18 win. Cayton finished the game with a perfect 3-for-3 outing at the plate, including two home runs, while Patrick Ellwanger also went yard twice to drive in four runs.

Precision was led by Travis Clark throughout bracket play, with Clark leading the team with eight home runs and 21 RBI in four games played. Cayton finished second on the team with 14 RBI and six home runs.


  • MVP – Travis Clark, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
  • HR Champion – Kyle Pearson, MPT/Anarchy – 8
  • HR Champion – Travis Clark, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking – 8
  • HR Champion – Chris Greinert, MPT/Anarchy – 8
  • Batting Champion – Filip Washington, MPT/Anarchy – .867

ASA SUPER ALL AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

Infield – Greg Connell, Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech
Infield – Brian McBryde, Thunder/Chosen
Infield – Austyn Dawe, Thunder/Chosen
Infield – Kevin Bazat, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
Infield – Daniel Cayton, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
Outfield – Patrick Ellwanger, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
Outfield – David Johnson, MPT/Anarchy
Outfield – Colin Baartman, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
Outfield – Jeremy Yates, Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech
Utility – Chris Greinert, MPT/Anarchy
Utility – JD Genter, MPT/Anarchy
Utility – Brad Lunda, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking
Utility – Kyle Parson, Thunder/Chosen
Utility – Filip Washington, MPT/Anarchy
Pitcher – Travis Clark, Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Precision/Sonny’s/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking, Chicago, IL (4-0)
2. MPT/Anarchy, Toms River, NJ (4-2)
3. Thunder/Chosen, Gladewater, TX (2-2)
4. Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech, Stillwater, MN (2-2)
5t. Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton, Gainesville, VA (1-2)
5t. Bigger Den Me, Live Oak, FL (1-2)
7t. Drip City/Monsta, Grimes, IA (0-2)
7t. Southern Monsta, Spring, TX (0-2)


STATISTICS – https://gc.com/tmt/summer-2020/2020-usa-softball-mens-class-aa-slow-pitch-national-championship-5ee3e7e2948fa96590186edb

Player Team OBP HR RBI SLG
Austyn Dawe Thunder/Chosen 0.867 5 13 2.308
Travis Clark Precision/Sonnys/H.Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking 0.864 8 21 2.263
Chris Greinert MPT/Anarchy 0.833 8 16 2.182
Kevin Bazat Precision/Sonnys/H.Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking 0.789 0 8 0.938
Kyle Pearson Thunder/Chosen 0.778 8 16 2.412
JD Genter MPT/Anarchy 0.773 4 15 1.400
Daniel Cayton Precision/Sonnys/H.Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking 0.762 6 14 2.000
David Johnson MPT/Anarchy 0.750 5 13 1.652
Jeremy Yates Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech 0.737 1 8 1.235
Filip Washington MPT/Anarchy 0.731 6 12 1.818
Patrick Ellwanger Precision/Sonnys/H.Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking 0.714 5 9 1.722
Greg Connell Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech 0.684 5 8 1.588
Jeff Roxby Daddy Rocks/Hoffman/Ductech 0.667 3 10 1.529
Jason Magnum Thunder/Chosen 0.667 3 8 1.357
Brian McBryde Thunder/Chosen 0.667 0 2 0.733
Matt Schrage Thunder/Chosen 0.667 4 11 1.500
Cory Briggs Thunder/Chosen 0.667 0 2 0.944
Josh Riley Thunder/Chosen 0.632 2 9 1.235
Adam Ussery Thunder/Chosen 0.625 4 9 1.625

 

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LIVE STREAMING – https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball/Events/2020/August/20/Super-Slow-Pitch-National-Championship/Live-Streaming


2020 Champions – Precision/Sonnys/H. Auto/Sprizzi/Bulldawg Trucking

2020 Runner Up – MPT/Anarchy

 

2020 ASA Men’s Super Slow Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville on August 21.


Champion – H. Auto/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton, Cicero, New York
Runner Up – Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep, Calimesa, California


The rain could not stop the competition at the 2020 USA Softball Men’s Super Slow Pitch National Championship. In a day that saw rain clouds and a brief lightning delay, the bats of H. Auto/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton sealed their third-consecutive USA Softball Super Slow Pitch National Championship title after capturing a 30-29 win over Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep in Hendersonville, Tenn.

The game started out close as Monsta Athletics plated three in the top of the first inning and H. Auto responded with four to take a one-run lead after one complete inning. Keeping Monsta Athletics to just one run in the top of the second, H. Auto pulled away with eight runs of their own.

Monsta Athletics brought it within three runs in the top of the third with a pair of home runs, but the hot bats of H. Auto could not be stopped. Nine runs crossed the plate for the home team, fueled by home runs from Kyle Pearson, Bubba Mack and Brian Wegman.

Both offenses were stifled in the fourth, as Monsta Athletics plated the only run of the inning after a fielding error allowed a runner to score.

That did not last long though as Monsta Athletics exploded for 10 runs in the top of the fifth to bring the game within one run. The scoring started with a pair of doubles, a single and a triple to bring in five runs. A ground ball drove in another run, and three-consecutive singles loaded the bases for Travis Houseman, who connected for a grand slam to make it a 20-21 ballgame. After holding H. Auto to just two runs in the bottom of the fifth, the game stayed interesting with one run in the top of the sixth for Monsta Athletics, putting them down by just two runs. That score stood through the bottom of the inning after a pair of line outs and a groundout to shortstop kept H. Auto off the base paths.

Monsta Athletics took the lead in the top of the seventh after a solo home run, single and double drove in three runs. The hits kept coming as back-to-back triples added another two runs to the lead for Monsta Athletics. A two-run home run by Adam Ussery and a sac fly from Matt Schrage added the final runs of the at-bat for Monsta Athletics, putting H. Auto down by six runs in their final appearance at the plate.

Needing to score six to keep the “if-necessary” game from happening, H. Auto did just that and then some with a walk-off home run to earn the Super Slow Pitch National Championship. Solo home runs by Greg Connell, Mack, Josh Riley and Jason Magnum brought the game within two with one out, but a fly ball to left field looked to end the game with Monsta Athletics forcing an extra contest. A walk to Nic Santana kept the hopes alive for H. Auto before pinch hitter Jon Nelson pelted the ball over the left field fence to tie the game. Daniel Cayton ended the game with a no doubt, solo shot over the left field fence, giving H. Auto the 30-29 win.

Cayton earned the MVP title, while Connell led H. Auto with a .818 batting average and Mack led the team with eight home runs and 14 RBI.


  • MVP – Daniel Cayton, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • HR Champion – Travis Houseman, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep – 9
  • Batting Champion – Filip Washington, MPT/Anarchy – .929

ASA SUPER ALL AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

  • Infield – Greg Connell, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • Infield – Bubba Mack, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • Infield – Brett Rettenmeier, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Infield – Matt Fox, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Infield – Daniel Cayton, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • Infield – Jason Branch, MPT/Anarchy
  • Outfield – DJ Hollingsworth, Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton
  • Outfield – Chris Anninos, Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton
  • Outfield – Travis Houseman, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Outfield – Filip Washington, MPT/Anarchy
  • Utility – Jared Hunt, Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton
  • Utility – Donnie Hammonds, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Utility – Nic Santana, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • Utility – Jason Magnum, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
  • Pitcher – Travis Clark, H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton

FINAL STANDINGS

1. H.Auto/Resmondo/OA Apparel/Specialty Tank, Cicero, NY (3-0)
2. Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep, Calimesa, CA  (2-2)
3. Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton, Gainesville, VA (2-2)
4. MPT/Anarchy, Toms River, NJ (1-2)
5. Drip City/Monsta, Grimes, IA (0-2)


BRACKET LINK – https://asp.tournamentusasoftball.com/i!/brackets/Results.php?TID=6574&BSID=7195

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LIVE STREAMING – https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball/Events/2020/August/20/Super-Slow-Pitch-National-Championship/Live-Streaming


Champion – H.Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton

Runner Up – Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep

 

Ron Parnell

Year   	AB	Hits	HR	Avg	Team
1983					Capitol Insulation
1984					Capitol Insulation
1985					Capitol Insulation
1986					Capitol Insulation & Shubins
1987	1567	1060	528	.676	Steele's Sports
1988	1169	743	315	.636	Steele's Sports
1989	1060	737	287	.695	Steele's Sports
1990	329	214	103	.651	Superior-Apollo
1991	334	221	86	.662	Ritch's-Superior
1992	409	280	143	.685	Ritch's-Superior
1993	402	270	137	.672	Ritch's-Superior
1994	354	247	135	.698	Ritch's-Superior
1995	399	271	146	.679	Ritch's-Superior
1996	398	291	144	.731	Ritch's-Superior
1997	415	284	126	.684	Ritch's-Superior
1998	446	305	122	.684	Sierra/TPS
1999	152	100	 28	.658	Team Easton
2000			  2	.563	Hague/Resmondo (played ASA Supers)
TOTALS  7434    5023    2302    .676

Big Time Softball

Until 1973, top level men’s slow pitch softball was almost exclusively made up of teams whose rosters were comprised of players within each local area. From the first ASA slow pitch champions in the mid-1950’s through the 60’s and early 70’s, teams made up of players from Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Milwaukee and Long Island sponsored by smaller retail businesses battled it out for the Labor Day title. Teams pretty much played during the week in local leagues and drove to a half dozen out of town tournaments from May to August.

In 1971, Virginia Piledrivers won the championship in Cleveland after helping all-time great Bert Smith move from Long Island where he played with County Sports to Virginia. Several other players from the Maryland-Northern Virginia area also played on that team but other than Bert, it was a regional team. In 1973, Richard Howard became the first national sponsor to bring in multiple players from out-of state, those being Bert Smith, Stan Harvey, David Carroll and HT Waller. It paid off with Howard’s winning back-to-back championships in 1973 and 1974. Jerry’s Catering out of Miami finished second in 1974 and brought in Al White but most of the team was from Florida.

The USSSA at that point also had local teams as champions with Bay Area Merchants, Dino’s and Snyder’s in 1973-75.

1975 was the year that the ASA instituted a residency rule and the competition was very even with any one of 20 teams having a great chance to win championships. It turned out that 2 totally homegrown teams, Pyramid Cafe from Cleveland and Snyder’s from Detroit won the ASA and USSSA championships respectively.

Nelson’s Paint began some national recruiting in 1975 as did Warren Motors in 1976 although both teams had a majority of players from Oklahoma and Florida in those years. Also, in 1976, Taylor Brothers recruited Rick Sherr from Milwaukee and the 1976 USSSA World Series featured Little Caesar’s picking up Bert Smith, Stan Harvey and Denny Hogan from Howard’s and Snyder’s picking up Phil Higgins from Milwaukee and Braxton Speller from North Carolina. Braxton moved full-time to Detroit to work in the auto industry where he joined Chuck Drewicz who had moved from Milwaukee to Detroit earlier that year.

It was 1977 when the wholesale movement of players and significant costs began. With the advent of the professional league, players were paid to play and Bert Smith, Ronnie Ford, Mike Nye and Jack Roudebush were brought to Detroit to play for Detroit Caesars. Nelson’s recruited extensively, bringing in Bruce Meade, Herman Rathman, Joe Young and Al White and Crusher moved to North Carolina to play for Howard’s. By 1978, Campbell’s recruited players from coast-to-coast and it became apparent that to win championships, a sponsor would have to provide significant resources to compete for a championship.

Nelson’s, Campbell’s and Howard’s won the Triple Crown 1979-81 with rosters comprised of players from around the United States. Jerry’s won the USSSA in 1982 and 1983 with a similar roster and then Steele’s, Elite, Smythe Sox and Ritch’s Superior followed suit during the remainder of the 1980’s and 1990’s. Major Men’s Softball had become an expensive proposition that required partnerships with equipment manufacturers to offset certain costs.

Modified Pitch Softball History

  • ASA Men’s 9-Man Modified Champions
  • ASA Men’s 10-Man Modified Champions
  • NASF/ASA 10-Man NIT Modified Champions
  • NASF/ASA Modified Champions
  • USSSA Modified Champions
  • ISA Modified Champions
  • NSA Modified Champions
  • UMSA (United Modified Softball Alliance) Modified Champions
  • ASA Women’s Modified Champions

Men's 9-Man Modified National Champions
NOTE: from 1971 through 1974, these tournaments were Invitational's, The 1975 event was
the FIRST official ASA National Championship and won by Silvestri's of Staten Island, NY
Year	Class	Champion				Runner-up
		MVP
1971	Major	Depompo's Grocery, Staten Island, NY	? - no info
		MVP - not listed
1972	Major	Kennedy Mens Shop, Staten Island, NY	The Tribe, Manhattan, NY
		Vin Posniak, Kennedy Men's Shop
1973	Major	Trio-Licastri, Staten Island, NY	The Tribe, Manhattan, NY
		MVP - not listed
1974	Major	Depompo's Grocery, Staten Island, NY	? - no info
		MVP - not listed
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First Official ASA 9-Man National was held in 1975, they were ASA National Invitationals prior to 1975
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1975	Major	Silvestri's, Staten Island, NY		Rainguard Aluminum, Babylon, NY
		George McClendon, Silvestri's Service Station
1976	Major	Clinica Association Cubana, Miami, FL	B&G Grill, Durham, NC
		Julio Hernandez, Clinica Association Cubana
1977	Major	Clinica Association Cubana, Miami, FL	Marianoa, Miami Beach, FL
		Ruben Simpson, Clinica Association Cubana
1978	Major	Marianoa, Miami Beach, FL		Riverside Bar, Watertown, MN
		Oscar Del Busto, Marianoa
1979	Major	Clinica Association Cubana, Miami, FL	Granite Athletic Club, Staten Island, NY
		Bill Russell, Clinica Association Cubana
1980	Major	Cadillacs, Atlanta, GA			Silvestri's Service Station, Staten Island, NY
		John Fulton, Cadillacs
1981	Major	Clinica Association Cubana, Miami, FL	Cadillacs, Atlanta, GA
		Bill Russell, Clinica Association Cubana
1982	Major	Silvestri's, Staten Island, NY		Picciolo's, Miami, FL
		Frank Cecero, Silvestri's Service Station (5 HRs)
		MV Pitcher-Ralph Miscione, Silvestri's (5-0, including 3-hitter in championship)
1983	Major	Silvestri's, Staten Island, NY 		Stafford Tire/Guaranteed Landscaping, Middletown, NJ
		John Currado, Silvestri's Service Station
		MV Pitcher-Ralph Miscione, Silvestri's (7-1, pitched a 3-hitter in the final)
1984	Major	Tighe Club, Wilmington, MA		Silvestri's-Marietta, Staten Island, NY
		MVP - not listed
	A	Hitchen Brothers, Salisbury, MD	and  Silver Dollar, Wellsboro, PA  (Co-Champs)
		Mike Alexander, Hitchen and Robbie Wallis, Miller Beer (Co-MVPs)
1985	Major	Pifer Pest Control Sting, Miami, FL	Tighe Club, Wilmington, MA
		Julio Hernandez, Pifer Pest Control
		MV Pitcher-Al White, Pifer Pest Sting
	A	Roches Garage, Callicoon, NY		Charlew, Albany, NY
		MVP - not listed
1986	Major	Don Swann Sales, Atlanta, GA		Silvestri's, Staten Island, NY
		John Fulton, Don Swann Sales
		MV Pitcher-Bob Hicks, Don Swann Sales
	A	Arrochar Pharmacy, Staten Island, NY	Circle Chevrolet, Shrewsbury, NJ
		MVP - not listed
1987	Major	West Trk Brokers-Broadway, Spokane, WA 	Karnival Sports, Long Island, NY
		Kurt Krauth, WTB Off Broadway
	A	LSI/Triangle, Delano, MN		Bluhm's Shopping Center, Laceyville, PA
		MVP - not listed
1988	Major	Sullivan Roofing, Athens, PA 		Craigue & Sons, Concord, NH
		Dave Fancher, Sullivan Roofing
	A	Hurley's Grill, Albany, NY		Nu Car Connection, Bridgeville, DE
		Jack Diamond, Hurley's Grill
1989	Major	Don Swann Sales, Atlanta, GA		Benilu/Cuba Jewelry, Miami, FL
		Fray White, Don Swann Sales (.643)
	A	All Star Chevrolet, Milford, DE		Warriors, Chapel Hill, NC
		Gary Starkey, All Star Chevrolet
1990	Major	CBS Sports, New York City, NY		Amatos, Amityville, NY
		Luis Cruz, CBS Sports
	A	Vel's Restaurant, Fairhaven, MA		Laurita Body Shop, Miami, FL
		Will Schobel, Vel's Restaurant
1991	Major	Hialeah Sting, Hialeah, FL		Stafford Tire, Port Monmouth, NJ
		Jose Barrios, Sting
	A	Roxbury Hawks, Boston, MA		Cardoza Packing, Fairhaven, MA
		Freddy Medina, Hawks (29 HRs)
1992	Major	Stafford Tire, Middletown, NJ		Twin Peaks, Los Angeles, CA
		Marty Ruzieki, Stafford Tiren(.691)
	A	Warriors, Chapel Hill, NC		Jenkinson's, Palm Springs, NJ
		MVP - not listed
1993	Major	Craft Tech (CBS-NY), Secaucus, NJ	C&W Tighe Club, Beverly, MA
		Peter Zuk, Craft Tech
	A	Fleetwood Heating, Easton, MD		Crush, Los Angeles, CA
		Robbie Wallis, Fleetwood
1994	Major	C&W Tighe Club, Beverly, MA		Wallen Construction, Chattanooga, TN
		Peter Armanetti, C&W Tighe Club (6 HRs) 
		MV Pitcher - Don Meador, C&W Tighe Club
	A	Stoneway Electric, Spokane, WA		Harvey's II, Augusta, ME
		Dana Schemerer, Stoneway Electric
1995	Major	Brymile, Spokane, WA (56-0)		CBS Sports, New York City, NY
		Mike Arland, Brymile (5 HRs)
	A	Jim's Gun Shop, Winslow, ME		DH Hardwick & Sons, Keene, NH
		Dan Blethen, Jim's Gun Shop
1996	Major	CBS Sports, New York City, NY 		Crush, Los Angeles, CA
		Kevin McGuirl, CBS Sports
	A	Waves, Cecilton, MD 			Brewers, Durham, NC
		Mark Brockell, Waves
1997	Major	D&S Roofing, Deer Park, NY 		Texas Liquid/All Energy, Staten Island, NY
		Rob Scheller, D&S Roofing
	A	Legends, Fairhaven, MA 			Rolling Rock, Centerville, MD
		Will Schoebel, Legends
1998	Major	Texas Liquids/AE, Staten Island, NY 	Tarrs, Worcester, MA
		Marcello Salani, Texas Liquids/All Energy
	A	Shawn Syst. Hurricanes, Marlboro, MA	Budweiser, Greensboro, MD
		Jeff Durr, Shawn Systems Hurricanes
1999	Major	Texas Liquids/AE, Staten Island, NY 	L.A. Doughboys, Los Angeles, CA
		Joe Sattalano, Texas Liquids/All Energy
	A	Budweiser, Greensboro, MD 		Ocean Glass, Bellerica, MA
		Paul Thompson, Budweiser
2000	Major	L.A. Doughboys, Los Angeles, CA 	Texas Liquids/All Energy, Staten Island, NY
		Rob Scheller, L.A. Doughboys
	A	Snap-on-Tools/Netspoke, Bow, NH 	Highlanders, West Babylon, NY
		Rob McQueen, Snap-on-Tools
2001	Major	Matarazzo Seadogs, Boston, MA 		Brymile, Spokane, WA
		Rob Scheller, Matarazzo Seadogs
	A	Skyliner's, Pompton, NJ 		Globe Softball, Red Bank, NJ
		Pat McClinton, Skyliner's
2002	Major	- Cancelled
	A	L&P/Kaytes/LPP, Staten Island, NY 	Meineke Softball, Yorktown, NY
		Steve Mikos, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
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From 2003-2005, one 9-Man Open held, then 2006-2008, split back to Major and Class-A, Major Cancelled each year
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2003	Open 	L&P/Franco/Rolaids, Staten Island, NY 	Skyliner's/Teel's, Midland Park, NJ
		Reggie Barrau, L&P/Franco/Rolaids/WorthB
2004	Open 	Patsy's, Massapequa, NY			Coffee Corner Flyers, Newton, MA	
		Darren Rea, Patsy's
2005	Open 	NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY		Shockers, Salisbury, MD	
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Frank DeGroat, Patsy's (12-18, .667) and Jarrad Martin, Gremlins (3-0 Pitching)
		Note - Chris Blue and Gil Barkman, Shockers - 3 HRs each
2006	Major	- Cancelled
	A	Mickey's Sled, Midland, MI		Granite State Eagles, Sandown, NH
		MVP - not listed
		Note - David Fancher, Granite State (Batting champ)
2007	Major 	- Cancelled
	A	Legends, Fairhaven, MA			Zubi's Lawn Care, Port Jervis, NY
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Will Schobel, Legends (5-1 pitching)
2008	Major 	- Cancelled
	A	Granite State Eagles, Sandown, NH	New York Axmen, Staten Island, NY
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Reggie Barrau, NY Axmen (Batting champ)
2009	- 	- Cancelled
2010	- 	- Cancelled
2011	- 	- Cancelled
2012	- 	- Cancelled
2013	- 	- Cancelled
2014	- 	- Cancelled
2015	- 	9-Man Modified Tournament discontinued

Men's 10-Man Modified National Champions
(Not recognized by ASA until 2001, they were National Invitational's from 1981-2000)
Year	Class	Champion				Runner-up
1981	-	Cavanaugh Well Drilling, Montrose, PA	Tribe, Manhatten, NY
		MVP - not awarded
1982	-	Cavanaugh Well Drilling, Montrose, PA	Mellon's, Franklin, PA
		MVP - not awarded
1983	Major	Jock Shop, Buffalo, NY			Mellon's, Franklin, PA
		MVP - not awarded
	A	Big C's, Hutchinson, MN			Ancient Sun Coal Mine, Hazelton, PA
		MVP - not awarded
1984	Major	Jock Shop, Buffalo, NY			Amatos, Amityville, NY
		John Woodfield, Jock Shop
		MV Pitcher-Jim Brooks, Jock Shop (4-0)
	A	Foodland, Franklin, PA			Allegheny Lumber, Pittsburgh, PA
		Doug Weaver, Foodland
		MV Pitcher-Jeff Irwin, Foodland (2-0)
1985	Major	Henry's Playland, Riverview, NJ		Mt. Hope Inn, Boonton Township, NJ
		Bob Breitenbach, Henry's Playland
	A	Triangle Enterprises, Delano, MN	Dixie's Lunch, Antigo, WI
		Ed Schaust, Triangle Enterprises
1986	Major	Amatos, Amityville, NY			Mellon's, Franklin, PA
		Dave Atanasio, Amatos
	A	Sillner's Cafe, Scranton, PA		Skeeters on the Cedar, Scranton, PA
		Mike Moskwa, Sillner's
1987	Major	Mt. Hope Inn, Boston Township, NJ	Henry's Playland, Riverview, NJ
		Dave Villaneuva, Mt. Hope Inn
	A	Viking Aluminum, Albany, NY		Merchants, Strawberry Point, IA
		Chris Myer, Viking Aluminum
1988	Major	Mt. Hope Inn, Boston Township, NJ	Fudge's, Buffalo, NY
		Paul Croft, Mt. Hope Inn
		MV Pitcher-Bob Neikirk, Mount Hope (4-0)
	A	Viking Aluminum, Albany, NY		Coors, Milwaukee, WI
		MVP - not listed
		Note-Viking: John Andolina(.800) and Ernie Incitti (5-0, including 1 hit shutout)
1989	Major	Fudge's, Buffalo, NY			Deuce Coup, Long Island, NY
		Joe Mistretta, Fudge's
	A	- Cancelled/Not Held
1990	Major	Casagrande's Market, Avon, NJ		Bluhm's Shopping Center, Laceyville, PA
		Bob Calderon, Casagrande's Market
		MV Pitcher, Joey Shannon, Ichabod's
	A	- Not Held
1991	Major	Henry's Playland, Seaside Heights, NJ	Casagrande's Market, Avon, NJ
		Scott Bassinder, Henry's Playland
	A	- Not Held
1992	Major	Maine Merchants, Augusta, ME		? - no info
		MVP - not listed
	A	- Not Held
1993	Major	Company B's, Orangeburg, NY		? - no info
		Glen Petrowski, Company B's
	A	- Not Held
1994	Major	Taylor Made, Albany, NY			Company B's, Orangeburg, NY
		Mike Cocca, Taylor Made
	A	Red Rio, PA				Bob's Collectables, Hamburg, NJ
		MVP - not listed
1995	Major	Erie Hard Chrome, Erie			Betts, Warren, PA
		Sean Madura, Erie Hard Chrome
	A	? - no info				Dillinger's, Fond du Lac, WI
		MVP - not listed
1996	Major	Kelty's, Albany, NY			Hannon's Bar, Scranton, PA
		Mark Hotaling, Kelty's
	A	Moccasin Run, Lancaster, PA		? - no info
		MVP - not listed
1997	Major	Rack & Roll, Erie, PA			Kelty's, Albany, NY
		Rick Moyer, Rack  Roll
	A	Kat's, Binghamton, NY			Moccasin Run, Lancaster, PA
		Andy Rickert, Kat's
		MV Pitcher - Rick Beer's, Kat's
1998	Major	Kat's, Binghamton, NY			Dillinger's, Fond du Lac, WI
		Tony Vandermark, Kat's
		MV Pitcher - Rick Beer's, Kat's
	A	- Not Held/Cancelled
1999	Major	Rack & Roll, Erie, PA			Aunt Annies, Lancaster, PA
		Dave Rocco, Rack & Roll
	A	Whitey's O's, Oxford, PA		Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA
		MVP - not listed
2000	Major	Bett's, Warren, PA			Valenti's Pub, Troy, NY
		MVP - not listed
	A	- Not Held
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		The First official ASA 10-Man National Championships were held in 2001; Major and Class-A
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2001	Major	Bonnell's, Erie, PA 			Kat's, Binghamton, NY
		Erik Wegelin, Bonnell's
		MV Pitcher-Ken Menale, Bonnell's
	A	- Cancelled
2002	Major	Valenti's Pub, Troy, NY			Betts, Warren, PA
		Harry Bomba & Bill Brozowski, Valenti's (Co-MVPs) 
	A	Dillinger's, Fon du Lac, WI 		Monticello Sports, Monticello, IA
		Paul Wagner, Dillinger's (.600, HR, 10 RBIs)
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		10-Man Class-A discontinued, from here on, just 10-Man Open National Championship held
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2003	Open	Dillinger's, Fond du Lac, WI 		Cheer's II, Fond du Lac, WI 
		Tom Bonlander, Dillinger's
		MV Pitcher-Odie Albrecht, Dillinger's
2004	Open	Warriors, Chapel Hill, NC		Bonnell's/Demarini, Erie, PA
		Bobby Greene, Warriors
2005	Open	Secory Flyers, Port Huron, MI		Bonnell's Erie, PA
		Duane Schunk, Secory Flyers
2006	Open	Dillingers, Fond du Lac, WI		Team TPS, Green Bay, WI
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Tom Bonlander, Dillinger's (16-19, .842) - Batting Champ
2007	Open	Warriors, Chapel Hill, NC		Dillingers, Fond du Lac, WI
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Ryan Enright, Tack's/Gillies (HR & Batting champ)
2008 	Open	Secory Flyers, Port Huron, MI 		Bonnell's, Erie, PA
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Jeff Benedict, Bonnell's (Batting champ)
2009 	Open 	Alexander's Stallions, Port Huron, MI 	Bonnell's Softball, Erie, PA
		Ray Randall, Alexander's Stallions
2010 	Open 	Gillies, Midland, MI		 	Alexander's Stallions, Sterling Heights, MI
		MVP - not listed
		Note - Chris Holly, Gillies (Batting champ)
2011 	Open	Secory Flyers, Port Huron, MI 		Hurricanes, Port Huron, MI
		Chris McAuliffe, Secory Flyers
2012 	Open	DeGroat's/GCI, Greenville, NY		Secory Flyers, Port Huron, MI
		Frank DeGroat, DeGroat's/GCI
2013 	Open	Greenville, Greenville, NY		Gilligan/Hagemeister, Green Bay, WI
		Frank DeGroat, DeGroat's/GCI
2014 	Open	Press Box Blue Sox, Fond du Lac, WI	Wouters Repo Men, Green Bay, WI
		Jordan DeBoer, Press Box Blue Sox
2015 	Open	Boston Sharks, Hyde Park, MA		Wouters Repo Men, Green Bay, WI
		MVP - not listed
2016	Open	ZS Blue Ducks, Erie, PA 		Boston Sharks, Hyde Park, MA
		Dan Bertolini, ZS Blue Ducks 
2017 	Open	MJS Construction, Wakefield, MA		Boston Sharks, Hyde Park, MA
		MVP - not listed
2018 	Open	Boston Sharks, Hyde Park, MA		Press Box Blue Sox, Fond DuLac, WI
		MVP - not listed
2019 	Open	Warriors, New York, NY			MJS Construction, Wakefield, MA
		MVP - not listed

ASA/NASF Modified NIT Champions
Year	Class	Champion				Runner-up
1991	B	Boston Hawks, Boston, MA		New Bedford, MA
1992	B	- no info available
1993	B	- no info available
1994	B	Brooklyn Knights, Brooklyn, NY		Ole Rude's, PA
1995	B	Bonnell's Marina Inn, Erie, PA		Victory Sports, Staten Island, NY
1996	B	Victory Sports, Staten Island, NY	Bacardi Rum
1997	B	- no info available
1998	B	- no info available
1999	B	Baseball Plus, Brooklyn, NY		Sparky’s, NY
2000	B	- no info available
2001	B	- no info available
2002	B	- no info available
2003	A	All American Sports, Albany, NY 	Domenico's, Folcroft, PA
	B	Westsells Restaurant, NY		Landingville, Schuylkill County, PA
2004	A	Victory Movers (LP), Staten Isle, NY	All American Sports, Albany, NY
	B	Dollar Bazaar, Waverly, NY 		Twin Locust, PA
2005	A	Rockland Bulldogs, Rockland, NY		Zubi's Lawn Care, Port Jervis, NY
	B	Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA		Valley Pharmacy, NY
2006	A	Deuries Concrete, NY			Ground Zero, New Danville, PA
	B	Sparky’s, NY				Big Hill, Minersville, PA
2007	A	Team Yumac, Bridgeport, CT		Strasburg, Strasburg, PA
	B	Queen's Express, Queens, NY		Rockland Reapers, Rockland, NY
2008	A	Team Thunder, Broad Brook, CT 		All American Sports, Albany, NY 
	B	OCA, Oswego, NY 			Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA 
	C	Lebanon Mets, Lebanon, PA 		Folmar's/Bootleggers, Erie, PA
2009	A	CWR Electronics, Toms River, NJ		Polluello A's, Bridgeport, CT
	B	29ers, Manhattan, NY			Prime Time Painting, Rockland, NY
	C	- Not Held - Rained out
2010	A	CWR Electronics, Toms River, NJ		Strasburg, Strasburg, PA
	B	Queens Express, Brooklyn, NY		Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA
	C	Fresh Legs, Lancaster, PA 		Links, Binghamton, NY
2011	A	Angels, Hazleton, PA 			Doug's Tire Service, Ridgley, MD
	B	JA Jubb, Keene, NH 			Ocean Glass, Westminster, MA
	C	Strasburg, Strasburg, PA 		Marlins, Strasburg, PA
2012	A	- Cancelled
	B	Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA 		Primetime Painting, Rockland, NY
	C	Wargo Flooring, Lake Ariel, PA 		Villagio Pizza, West Nyack, NY
2013	A	- Cancelled, Class-A Discontinued, Will only be Class-B and Class-C from here out.
	B	Los Bandidos, Providence, RI 		Super Flash, West Roxbury, MA
	C	Wargo Flooring, Lake Ariel, PA 		CPI, Oswego, NY
2014	B	Franchise, Brooklyn-Staten Isle, NY	RMP Storm, Brooklyn, NY
	C	Wargo Flooring, Lake Ariel, PA 		CPI, Oswego, NY
2015	B	Men of Iron, Strasburg, PA		Brooklyn Storm, Brooklyn, NY
	C	Hazleton West, Hazelton, PA		Hot off the Coals, Greensboro, MD
2016	B	? - no info
	C	? - no info	
2017	B	- rained out
	C	? - no info
2018	B	- Cancelled
	C	- rained out	
2019	B	- Cancelled
	C	? - no info

USSSA 9-Man Modified National Champions
Year	Class	Champion				Runner-up
1995	Major	Wallen Construction, Bean Station, TX	DCS Tigers, Pompano Beach, FL
	A	Air Touch Paving, Atlanta, GA		Jenkin's Motors, Union City, TN
1996	Major	N/A
1997	Major	Tighe Club, Wilmington, MA		?
1998	Major	Silver Lido Cafe/Metalplex, Phil., PA	Tighe Club, Wilmington, MA
	10-Man	Kodiak Landscaping, Butler,  NJ		?
1999	Major	Texas Liquids/AE, Staten Island, NY	Rupperts, Riverdale, NJ
2000	Major	Tighe Club, Wilmington, MA		Texas Liquids/All Energy, Staten Island, NY
2001	Major	Globe Softball, Red Bank, NJ		Bonnell's/Team Hardinger, Erie, PA
2002	Major	- Not Held
2003	Major	- Tournament discontinued

ISA 9-Man Modified National Champions
Year	Champion				Runner-up
2004	L&P/Champion/Rolaids, Staten Isle, NY	Gartner Softball, Bayshore, NY
	Steve Mikos and Gary Thomas, L&P (Co-MVPs)
2005	- no info available
2006	- no info available
2007	- Cancelled
2008	- Canceleld
2009	Zubi's, Port Jervis, NY 		Granite State Bulldogs, Pembroke, NH
2010	CWR Electronics, Toms River, NJ 	Team Thunder, Hartford, CT
2011	- no info available
2012	- no tournament

NSA Modified National Champions
Year	Champion				Runner-up
1988	Germantown Pub				Dixie Machine, Greensboro, NC
1989 	JD's, Duluth, GA 			Buckaroos, Mesane, NC
	DMVP-Dan Fleming, JD's
1990 	Auto Connection, Paterson, NJ 		E&J Cafe, Bergen County, NJ
	MVP-Mike Moran, Auto Connection
1990	- no info available
1991	- no info available
1992	- no more information available after 1989

UMSA 9-Man Modified National Champions
Year	Class	Champion				Runner-up
2002	A	L&P/Kaytes/LPP, Staten Island, NY	Bonnell's, Erie, PA
	B	Fanelli's, Staten Island, NY		?
2003	A	Westminster CRT, Westminster, MD	L&P/Kaytes/Rolaids, Staten Island, NY
	B	Easton Steel, Easton, MD		?
2004	A	Patsy's, Massapequa, NY			Globe Softball, Red Bank, NJ
	B	Easton Steel, Easton, MD		?
2005	A	NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY 		Patsy's, Massapequa, NY
	B	Willow Street Tire, Lancaster, PA	?
2006	A	NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY		Adco/Tool Shed, Staten Island, NY
	10-Man	Easton Steel, Easton, MD		Joe's Lobster House, Staten Island, NY
2007	A	Zubi's, Port Jervis, NY 		L&P Tree Service, Staten Island, NY
2008	A	Swashbucklers, Staten Island, NY	L&P Tree Service, Staten Island, NY
2009	-	no info available
2010	-	no more info available after 2008

ASA Women's Modified National Champions
Year	Class	Champion					Runner-up
		MVP (if listed)
1984	Major	Alibi Inn, Staten Island, NY			Juris Doctorettes, Spokane, WA
		Sue Harms, Alibi Inn
1985	Major	Alibi Inn, Staten Island, NY			Stan-Mill Mitts, Vestal, NY
		Lisa DiRenzo, Alibi Inn
1986	Major	Zerbo's Hellbenders, Staten Island, NY		Lilac City Merchants, Spokane, WA	
		Joan Mercola, Hellbenders
1987	Major	Talk of the Town, Staten Island, NY		Kulick's Market, Keene, NH
		Betty Costello, Talk of the Town
1988	Major	Dennis' Islanders, Staten Island, NY		Kulick's Market, Keene, NH
		Betty Costello, Dennis'
1989	Major	Kulick's Market, Keene, NH			??Dennis' Islanders, Staten Island, NY
		MVP - not listed
1990	Major	Dennis' Islanders, Staten Island, NY		Portuguese Amer. Club, Lawrence, MA
		Jennifer Albrizio, Dennis'
1991	Major	The House That Jack Built, Buffalo, NY		Portuguese Amer. Club, Lawrence, MA
		MVP - not listed or not awarded
	A	Baloon Saloon, Brooklyn, NY			Thunderbolts, Keene, NH			
		MVP - not listed
1992	Major	Guaynabo Mets, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico		PA Club, Methuen, MA
		July Curbelo, Mets
1993	Major	PA Club, Methuen, MA				Stan-Mill Mitts, Vestal, NY
		Shonda Baker, PA Club
1994	Major	Mike's Famous Hot Dogs, Waterford, NY		PA Club, Methuen, MA
		Theresa McKinnon, Mike's
1995	Major	Roger's Renegades, Hookset, NH			PA Club, Methuen, MA
		MVP - not listed
1996	Major	Thunderbolts, Keene, NH				Stan-Mill Mitts, Vestal, NY
		MVP - not listed
1997	Major	Thunderbolts, Keene, NH				Stadium Sportswear, Mead, WA
		MVP - not listed
1998	Major	Stadium Sportswear, Mead, WA			Stan-Mill Mitts, Vestal, NY
		Kathy White, Stadium
1999	Major	Stadium Sportswear, Mead, WA			Julie's, New York, NY
		MVP - not listed
2000	Major	Roger's Renegades, Hookset, NH			Stadium Sportswear, Mead, WA
		MVP - not listed
2001	Major	Roger's Renegades, Hookset, NH			Big Dawgs, Erie, PA
		Nicole Adamson, Renegades
2002	Major	Viper Sportswear, Spokane, WA			Roger's Renegades, Hookset, NH
		MVP - not listed
2003	Major	- Cancelled
2004	Open	- Cancelled
2005	Open	Wild Bunch, Beaverton, OR			Red Heat, Hillsboro, OR
		Sarah Jarrett, Wild Bunch
2006	Open	- Cancelled
2007	Open	- tournament discontinued

ASA Men’s 75 and Over Slow Pitch National Champions

Year Champions

1994 – Virginia Titans, VA
1995 – Cancelled
1996 – Cancelled
1997 – Cancelled
1998 – Cancelled
1999 – Cancelled
2000 – Cancelled
2001 – Cancelled
2002 – Cancelled
2003 – Cancelled
2004 – Cancelled
2005 – Cancelled
2006 – Cancelled
2007 – Cancelled

======= 75+ Divided into East and West

2008 – East and West both Cancelled
2009 – East and West both Cancelled
2010 – East and West both Cancelled
2011 – East and West both Cancelled
2012 – East and West both Cancelled
2013 – East and West both Cancelled
2014 – AAA East Leiden’s 75s, Augusta, GA
2015 – AAA East – Not Held
2015 – AA East Leiden’s Legends, Augusta, GA
2015 – All 75 West N/A – Cancelled
2016 – AAA East Carolina Blue Sky, Jacksonville, NC
2016 – AA East Burlington Classics, Burlington, NC
2016 – All 75 West N/A – Cancelled
2017 – AAA East Carolina Blue Sky, Jacksonville, NC
2017 – AA East Burlington Classics, Mebane, NC
2017 – All 75 West N/A – Cancelled
2018 – Major East – Not Held
2018 – AAA East – Not Held
2018 – AA East Burlington Classics, Mebane, NC
2018 – All 75 West – Not Held
2019 – Major East – Not Held
2019 – AAA East Georgia Classic, Hoschton, GA
2019 – AA East – Not Held
2019 – All 75 West – Not Held