Category: ASA

2013 ASA B Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2013 held at Sunshine Park in Andover, Minnesota on August 16-18.


Champion – Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND
Runner Up – Precision, Chicago, IL


  • MVP – Joe Cornell, Heartland Investors
  • HR Leader – Seth Burgmeier, Precision
  • HR Leader – Wayde Whelan, MIC/Budweiser
  • Batting Leader – Tim King, MIC/Budweiser (16-17)

ASA MEN’S B ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

  • OF – Brad Jaeger, Heartland Investors
  • OF – Mike Feldman, Heartland Investors
  • OF – Jeff Laski, Precision
  • OF – Mark Harvanko, Advanced Sportswear/Longhorns
  • UTIL – Mike Jacobson, Precision
  • UTIL – Chris Byrnes, Rip City/Iron Hawk/DeMarini
  • UTIL – Jason Hoynowski, Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS
  • UTIL – Shaun Beutner, Rip City/Iron Hawk/DeMarini
  • UTIL – OJ Dechristafano, Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS
  • UTIL – Blaine Horsager, Heartland Investors
  • IF – Jason Salz, Heartland Investors
  • IF – Seth Burgmeier, Precision
  • IF – Jeff Keske, Precision
  • IF – Chris Montenegro, Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS
  • IF – Joe Cornell, Heartland Investors

ASA MEN’S B ALL-AMERICAN SECOND TEAM

  • OF – Tyler Merkel, Heartland Investors
  • OF – Eliseo Aguilar, Famous/Premier/Easton
  • OF – Nick Price, Classic Glass
  • OF – Brian Porter, Precision
  • UTIL – Jason Romero, Classic Glass
  • UTIL – Noah Wethington, Rip City/Iron Hawk/DeMarini
  • UTIL – Patrick Riporti, Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS
  • UTIL – Billy Aker, Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS
  • UTIL – Tim King, MIC/Budweiser
  • UTIL – Brandon Jonas, Precision
  • IF – Carlos Vasquez, Precision
  • IF – Dameon Smith, Classic Glass
  • IF – Shane Piatz, Heartland Investors
  • IF – Joey Bulens, Rip City/Iron Hawk/DeMarini
  • IF – Chris Geron, Precision

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND (6-1)
2. Precision, Chicago, IL (5-2)
3. Above All Landscaping/ACS/GWS, Jackson, NJ (6-2)
4. Rip City/Iron Hawk/Demarini, Denver, IA (4-2)
5t. Advanced Sportswear/Longhorns, Burnsville, MN (3-2)
5t. BBS/All American Restoration, Rochester, MN (2-2)
7t. Classic Glass, Vallejo, CA (3-2)
7t. MIC/Budweiser, Bloomington, MN (3-2)
9t. Tharaldson Enterprises, Fargo, ND (2-2)
9t. Tryon Gym, Sioux Falls, SD (1-2)
9t. The Vault Tattoo, River Falls, WI (1-2)
9t. Famous/Premier/Easton, Santa Clarita, CA (3-2)
13t. Outpost, Oak Grove, MN (2-2)
13t. H. Auto/Easton/Hooters MOA, LeSueur, MN (2-2)
13t. Team Stoop/K&P/Alt Analysis/Miken, Little Canada, MN (2-2)
13t. Elite Sports, Williamsburg, IA (1-2)
17t. MWS, Eau Claire, WI (1-2)
17t. Shenanigans WTP/Dunn Sports, Kenosha, WI (0-2)
17t. Venom/Corners Inn, Janesville, WI (0-2)
17t. Central Iowa Hawks, Des Moines, IA (0-2)
17t. T’s 13/Easton, Omaha, NE (0-2)
17t. HMC/Easton, Faribault, MN (0-2)
17t. Whalers/CAGear, Bloomington, MN (0-2)

ASA Women’s Fastpitch Champions

Year Championship Team Tourney Record Season Record
1933 Great Northern Laundry Girls – Chicago, IL 3-0
1934 Hart Motor Girls – Chicago, IL (was Great Northern last year) 3-0
1935 Weaver-Wall Bloomer Girls – Cleveland, OH 4-0
1936 National Screw Mfg. – Cleveland, OH 5-0
1937 National Screw Mfg. – Cleveland, OH 5-0
1938 J. J. Krieg’s Haberdashers – Alameda, CA 5-0 51-0#
1939 J. J. Krieg’s Haberdashers – Alameda, CA 5-0 51-0#
1940 Arizona PBSW Ramblers – Phoenix, AZ 5-0
1941 Higgins Midgets – Tulsa, OK 5-0 64-6
1942 Jax Brewery Maids – New Orleans, LA 5-0 92-6
1943 Jax Brewery Maids – New Orleans, LA 5-0 68-7
1944 Lind & Pomeroy Florists – Portland, OR 5-0 66-7
1945 Jax Brewery Maids – New Orleans, LA 5-0 29-14
1946 Jax Brewery Maids – New Orleans, LA 5-0 56-0
1947 Jax Brewery Maids – New Orleans, LA 5-0 58-5
1948 Arizona PBSW Ramblers – Phoenix, AZ 6-1
1949 Arizona PBSW Ramblers – Phoenix, AZ 5-0
1950 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 5-1 67-9
1951 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 5-0
1952 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 6-1
1953 Betsy Ross Rockets – Fresno, CA 5-1
1954 Leach Motor Rockets – Fresno, CA 6-0
1955 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 5-0
1956 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 6-0
1957 Hacienda Rockets – Fresno, CA 5-0
1958 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 52-5
1959 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 56-7
1960 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 54-7
1961 Whittier Gold Sox – Whittier, CA 5-1
1962 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 8-1 41-11
1963 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 56-2
1964 Erv Lind Florists – Portland, OR 5-0
1965 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 5-0
1966 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-1 74-4
1967 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 67-2
1968 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 69-6
1969 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 5-0 61-10
1970 Orange County Lionettes – Orange, CA 7-1 74-13
1971 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 5-0 57-0
1972 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 60-6
1973 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 8-1 61-7
1974 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 9-1 81-5
1975 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 67-3
1976 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 44-12
1977 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 7-1 52-8
1978 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 78-8
1979 Sun City Saints – Sun City, AZ 5-0
1980 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 5-1 60-11
1981 Orlando Rebels – Orlando, FL 6-1
1982 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-1 62-4
1983 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 10-1 58-6
1984 California Diamond Blazers – Los Angeles, CA 6-0 34-9
1985 Hi-Lo Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 65-3
1986 California Kirin Invasion – West Covina, CA 5-0 84-4
1987 Orange County Majestics – Orange, CA 6-0
1988 Hi-Lo Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 79-4
1989 Whittier Raiders – Whittier, CA 6-1 39-5
1990 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-0 65-5
1991 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 8-1 64-2
1992 Raybestos Brakettes – Stratford, CT 6-1 51-1
1993 Redding Rebels – Redding, CA 8-1 37-4
1994 Redding Rebels – Redding, CA 9-1 34-8
1995 Redding Rebels – Redding, CA 7-1 38-4
1996 California Commotion – Woodland Hills, CA 6-1 15-3
1997 California Commotion – Woodland Hills, CA 6-0 37-6
1998 California Commotion – Woodland Hills, CA 6-0 40-3
1999 California Commotion – Woodland Hills, CA 6-0 35-5
2000 Phoenix Storm – Phoenix, AZ 8-1 17-6
2001 Phoenix Storm – Phoenix, AZ 7-1 16-8
2002 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 5-0 78-1
2003 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 5-0 65-5
2004 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 50-4
2005 California Schutt Hurricanes – Lake Forest, CA 5-0 25-11
2006 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 5-0 46-4
2007 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 2-0 56-5
2008 Southern California Hurricanes – Irving, CA 3-0 30-5
2009* New York City Havoc – New York, NY 5-0 17-9
2010 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 57-1
2011 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 63-0
2012 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 68-3
2013 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 68-0
2014 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 50-4
2015 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-0 44-6
2016 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 4-1 52-3
2017 St. Louis Saints – St. Louis, MO 4-0 26-7
2018 Stratford Brakettes – Stratford, CT 7-1 47-4

* Women’s Major Softball (WMS) replaces USA Softball

# Krieg’s won 175 straight games before losing in the 1940 ASA Tournament. What we don’t know is how those wins were divided each year.

This was compiled by Patrick M. Premo. Please send any updates to me at pmpremo@gmail.com or 404-996-2192

Many people have been — and continue to be — very helpful in my quest to locate seasonal & tourney games won and lost. I appreciate all their help & patience. Alphabetically, many thanks to Bob Baird (Brakettes), Rick Beach (former Phoenix Storm coach), Steve Dimitry (The Softball History website), Stormy Irwin (historian extraordinaire), Kelly Jackson (former Redding Rebel player), David Jerome (Mr. Bucketlist), Luann Madison (Softball Magazine), Kirk Walker (former California Commotion coach), Codi Warren (USA Softball), Erica Westly (FASTPITCH author).

Please send any corrections, additions, etc. to me at: pmpremo@gmail.com or 404-996-2192.

ASA Men’s Fastpitch Champions

YEAR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM TOURNEY RECORD SEASON RECORD
1932# Bodegas, LaCrosse, WI 4-0
1933# Wemcoes(Wisconsin Evaporated Milk Co.),Lake Mills,WI 5-0
1933 J. L. Friedman Boosters, Chicago, IL 5-0 35-2
1934 Ke-Nash-A Blue Streaks, Kenosha, WI 5-0 61-8
1935 Crimson Coach Tobaccos, Toledo, OH 5-0 81-27
1936 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1937 Briggs Body Team, Detroit, MI 6-0 107-12
1938 Pohlar’s Café, Cincinnati, OH 6-0
1939 Nick Carr Boosters, Covington, KY 6-0 77-10
1940 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1941 Bendix Brakes, South Bend, IN 6-0 61-22
1942 Deep Rock Oilers, Tulsa, OK 6-1
1943 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-1 25-3
1944 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-0 58-4
1945 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 6-1 72-4
1946 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 93-7
1947 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 113-19
1948 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 5-1 41-1
1949 Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 5-0
1950 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1951 Dow Chemical AC Co., Midland, MI 6-1
1952 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-0
1953 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-1
1954 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1955 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-1 66-5
1956 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1957 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1958 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0 72-5
1959 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 9-1 77-10
1960 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 7-1
1961 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 74-9
1962 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1963 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 105-10
1964 Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI 5-0
1965 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 92-6
1966 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1967 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 6-0
1968 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1969 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-1 74-10
1970 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 86-15
1971 Welty Way, Cedar Rapids, IA 5-0
1972 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 52-8
1973 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 82-12
1974 Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA 5-0 107-10
1975 Rising Sun Hotel, Reading, PA 6-0 62-13
1976 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0
1977 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-1 81-8
1978 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-0 76-13
1979 McArdle Pontiac/Cadillac, Midland, MI 7-1
1980 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-0
1981 Decatur ADM, Decatur, IL 6-1 102-20
1982 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-1
1983 Franklin Cardinals, West Haven, CT 5-1
1984 California Coors Kings, Merced, CA 10-1 78-19
1985 Pay ‘N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0 105-15
1986 Pay ‘N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0
1987 Pay ‘N Pak, Bellevue, WA 11-1 92-21
1988 Trans-Aire Vans, Elkhart, IN 8-1 59-24
1989 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 91-24
1990 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 95-17
1991 Guanella Brothers, Rohnert Park, CA 6-1 56-16
1992 National Health Care Discount, Sioux  City, IA 10-1 94-7
1993 National Health Care Discount, Sioux  City, IA 7-1 98-8
1994 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 7-1
1995 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 6-0 80-12
1996 Green Bay All Car Roadrunners, Green Bay, WI 6-1 66-21
1997 Tampa Bay Smokers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 65-17
1998 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 5-0
1999 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 5-0
2000 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 4-0
2001 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 6-1
2002 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 5-0
2003 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0
2004 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0
2005 Tampa Bay Smokers, Tampa Bay, FL 4-0
2006 Circle Tap, Denmark, WI 6-1 32-20
2007 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-0
2008 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-1
2009 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 10-1
2010 Kitchener Rivershack Twins, Amber, PA 5-0
2011 Broken Bow/Jarvis Travelers, Broken Bow, NE – Tie, rain 4-1
2011 Chicago/NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY — Tie due to rain 5-1
2012 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 8-1 34-8
2013 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0
2014 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 4-0
2015 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0
2016 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 31-6
2017 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 17-4
2018 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 32-4

# 1932 & 1933 sponsored by National Diamond Ball Association which then disbanded.

This was compiled by Patrick M. Premo. Please send any updates to me at pmpremo@gmail.com or 404-996-2192

Many people have been — and continue to be — very helpful in my quest to locate seasonal & tourney games won and lost. I appreciate all their help & patience. Alphabetically, many thanks to Steve Dimitry (The Softball History website), Larry Fisher (ISC Fastpitch), Stormy Irwin (softball historian), Luann Madison (Softball Magazine), Greg Nydick (NY Gremlins), Dan Pfeffer (josoftball.com), Kirk Walker (former California Commotion women’s coach), Codi Warren (USA Softball), Erica Westly (FASTPITCH author).

Please send any corrections, additions, etc. to me at: pmpremo@gmail.com or 404-996-2192.

2017 ASA B Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2017 held at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 25-27.


Champion: L&S Glass, San Jose, CA
Runner Up: All American/BBS/Monsta, Champlin, MN


L&S Glass out of California bested an all star field of teams at the 2017 USA Softball ‘B’ Nationals this past weekend in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  The pivotal game being their 22-19 win over Above All Landscaping in the semifinals and then their 35-19 win in the championship over All American/BBS/Monsta who had won 6 straight games in the loser’s bracket including knocking out the 3 favorites Bay Area Legends, Above All, and Western Son.


  • MVP – Josh Tallent, L&S Glass
  • Batting Champion – Josh Tallent, L&S Glass (.895)
  • HR Champion – Bryce Oliveira, All American/BBS/Monsta (9)

FINAL STANDINGSBracket Link

1st L&S Glass, San Jose, CA (5-1)
2nd All American/BBS/Monsta, Champlin, MN (7-2)
3rd Evolution/Klutch/Easton, Rowlett, TX (3-2)
4th Western Son/KV Weld/ASP, Fort Worth, TX (5-2)
5th Above All Landscaping/Evo9X, Jackson, NJ (2-2)
5th Killbombers, Frisco, TX (2-2)
7th Army Black, Fayetteville, NC (2-2)
7th Bay Area Legends, Eastvale, CA (2-2)
9th Attaboys, Edmond, OK (1-2)
9th Swiing Kiingz/Iconic/Spiderz, Maryville, IL (2-2)
9th Chanticlear Pizza/P5/Miken/Worth, Dayton, MN (2-2)
9th Comatose/S2N/Subway/Monsta, Beloit, WI (2-2)
13th Fence Brokers, Bryant, AR (1-2)
13th Army Gold, Fayetteville, NC (1-2)
13th OC, Grimes, IA (1-2)
13th Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND (1-2)
17th All American Restoration/Monsta/BBS, Rochester, MN (0-2)
17th Midwest Swing, Stillwater, MN (0-2)
17th TZ Distributors/Unique Image, Hockessin, DE (0-2)
17th Seminoles, Stillwell, OK (0-2)

2018 ASA B Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2018 held at Prairie Island Athletic Complex in Prairie Island, MN on August 25-16.


Prairie Island was the host for the 2018 ASA B Men’s Slow Pitch National in 2018 as the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium would begin the second round of construction to assemble the press box and second deck. The pre-tournament chatter was about conference A or better teams and the defending champion, L&S Glass, were allowed to play in the tournament.

The semifinals featured four area teams while the winner’s bracket was wrecked by unseeded teams. Heartland Investors of Mandan, ND came out on top with local star and former Team USA pitcher Geno Buck would lead the way. Heartland Investors won ASA B Nationals the last time it was in Minnesota (Andover’s Sunshine Park) in 2013.


Champion: Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND
Runner Up: All American Restoration/Monsta, Blaine, MN


  • MVP – Mike Feldmann, Heartland Investors – .792 OBP, 3 HR
  • Batting Champion – Brandon Patzig, Evolution/Primetime/Easton/Klutch – .813
  • HR Champion – Dan Cayton, All American Restoration/Monsta – 8 HR

ASA B MEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Dan Cayton, All American Restoration/Monsta
  • Artie Barcelo, All American Restoration/Monsta
  • Jeff Renno, All American Restoration/Monsta
  • Losson White, All American Restoration/Monsta
  • Damon Wegner, Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Austin Andrews, Comatose/S2N/Monsta
  • Tony Mueller, Dugout 47/Airstack/Bud Light
  • Drew Knutson, Dugout 47/Airstack/Bud Light
  • Scott Novak, Eurotech/First Source Financial/Norm’s Tier
  • Brandon Patzig, Evolution/Primetime/Easton/Kluth
  • Mike Feldman, Heartland Investors
  • Chris Dahl, Heartland Investors
  • Blaine Horsager, Heartland Investors
  • Geno Buck, Heartland Investors
  • Scott Huffman, Heartland Investors

FINAL STANDINGS – Bracket Link

1st Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND (5-0)
2nd All American Restoration/Monsta, Blaine, MN (5-2)
3rd Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (3-2)
4th Dugout47/Airstack/Budlight, Sparta, WI (4-2)
5th T’s 13/Monsta, Omaha, NE (4-2)
5th T’s 13/Monsta/Ductech, NA, MN (3-2)
7th Peper Farms Trucking/RPS Painting, Sioux Falls, SD (2-2)
7th Evolution/Primetime/Easton/Klutch, Rowlett, TX (3-2)
9th OA Apparel, Albertville, MN (1-2)
9th Above All Landscaping/Evo9X, Jackson, NJ (2-2)
9th Eurotech/First Source Financial/Norm’S Tire, Champlin, MN (2-2)
9th L&S Glass, San Jose, CA (1-2)
13th Chanticlear/J&H/P5/JEC/Miken/Worth, Brooklyn Park, MN (1-2)
13th Swiing Kiingz/Iconic/Spiderz, Maryville, IL (0-2)
13th Silverbacks, Inner Grove Heights, MN (0-2)
13th Club 2000/Dong City, Urbandale, IA (0-2)
17th TC8 Blasters, Davenport, IA (0-2)
17th OC, Grimes, IA (0-2)
17th La Famiglia/Eastern/Elite Sports/DRMG, Bethel Park, PA (0-2)


STATS

No Player Team PA AB H 1B 2B 3B HR BB AVG OBP
7 Mike Feldman Heartland 24 23 18 10 4 1 3 1 0.783 0.792
36 Everett Williams Evolution 24 23 17 10 1 1 5 1 0.739 0.750
1 Jaron Jackson Evolution 24 22 16 9 3 0 4 2 0.727 0.750
24 Artie Barcelo All American 35 35 26 14 4 1 7 0 0.743 0.743
10 Tony Mueller Dugout47 21 21 15 12 0 0 3 0 0.714 0.714
14 Chris Dahl Heartland 21 20 14 6 2 0 6 1 0.700 0.714
9 Daniel Cayton All American 34 31 21 9 4 0 8 3 0.677 0.706
21 Tyler Mashburn T’s 13/Ductech 20 20 14 5 2 2 5 0 0.700 0.700
10 Chris Bauer Eurotech 20 20 14 9 3 0 2 0 0.700 0.700
3 Blaine Horsager Heartland 23 20 13 10 0 0 3 3 0.650 0.696
34 Geno Buck Heartland 23 20 13 11 0 0 2 3 0.650 0.696
9 Kenny Hare Evolution 24 24 16 9 3 0 4 0 0.667 0.667
20 Mitch Loomis T’s 13/Monsta 24 23 15 9 2 0 4 1 0.652 0.667
0 Scott Huffman Heartland 21 20 13 7 4 0 2 1 0.650 0.667
23 Jared Krasselt Heartland 26 25 16 8 7 0 1 1 0.640 0.654
20 Will Fisher Dugout47 23 23 15 10 2 0 3 0 0.652 0.652
25 Jason Madsen T’s 13/Ductech 20 20 13 9 2 0 2 0 0.650 0.650
13 Losson White All American 28 26 16 14 1 0 1 2 0.615 0.643
14 Ben Barrone Dugout47 25 24 15 7 1 0 7 1 0.625 0.640
3 Jeff Renno All American 33 30 18 12 4 0 2 3 0.600 0.636

2018 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2018 held in Portland, Oregon at Delta Park.


Champion: Smash-It/Derby Girls/Easton, Kent, WA
Runner Up: USA Armed Forces, Pensacola, FL


Derby Girls lost their very first game 6-5 to SN/Thunder/Respect/EA and then had to come through the losers bracket to win 7 straight games by the combined score of 114-59. They got even with the SN/Thunder squad by eliminating them 6-5 in the losers bracket final. Then they won 1st Final 18-14 as Fiana Finau 4-4, HR and 6 RBIs, Rose Gressley 4-4, Christan Dowling 3-3 and Tara Salcedo 3-5 all had 3 hits. Kasey Castor 4-5 and Jess Kallander 4-4 with 4 RBIs led the Armed Forces. In the final Championship game, it was no contest as the Derby Girls walzted to a 16-1 win. Christan Dowling and Fiana Finau both had Home Runs and combined for 7 RBIs. Kristen Shifflett was 3-3. Val Proulx and Carmen Fowler both had 2 hits as Pitcher Sara Salcedo allowed only 5 hits in the game.


  • MVP – Tara Salcedo, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-29, .621, 9 RBIs, 18 Runs, 4 BBs)
  • Batting Champion – Kristen Shifflett, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-25, 15 RBIs, 8 Runs) – .720
  • HR Champion – Christan Dowling, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-26, .692, 22 RBIs, 16 Runs) – 5

ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Pitcher- Tara Salcedo, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-29, .621, 9 RBIs, 18 Runs, 4 BBs)
  • Infield- Kasey Castor, All-Armed Forces (10-18, .556, 3 RBIs, 9 Runs)
  • Infield- Val Proulx, All-Armed Forces (12-19, .632, HR, 12 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • Infield- Nikki Mills, All-Armed Forces (11-19, .579, HR, 10 RBIs, 8 Runs)
  • Infield- Savannah Brown, SN/Thunder/Respect/EA (9-17, .529, 6 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • Infield- Dara Toman, SN/Thunder/Respect/EA (8-16, .500, 3 RBIs, 6 Runs)
  • Outfield- Kasey Loomis, SN/Thunder/Respect/EA (12-20, .600, 4 RBIs, 6 Runs)
  • Outfield- Jess Kallander, All-Armed Forces (5-9, .556, 4 RBIs, 2 Runs)
  • Outfield- Nikki Freiberg, All-Armed Forces (6-15, .400, 5 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • Outfield- Bri Benesh, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (6-13, .462, 2 RBIs, 4 Runs)
  • Utility- Jordan Brown, SN/Thunder/Respect/EA (8-15, .533, 1 HR, 4 RBIs, 7 Runs)
  • Utility- Carmen Fowler, All-Armed Forces (10-15, .667, 4 RBIs, 8 Runs, 4 BBs)
  • Utility- Fiana Finau, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (22-32, .710, 3 HRs, 17 RBIs, 14 Runs)
  • Utility- Kristen Shifflett, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-25, .720, 15 RBIs, 8 Runs, 4 BBs)
  • Utility- Christan Dowling, Smash IT/Derby Girls/EA (18-26, .692, 5 HRs, 22 RBIs, 16 Runs, 5 BBs)

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Smash-It/Derby Girls/Easton, Kent, WA 7-1
2. USA Armed Forces, Pensacola, FL 3-2
3. SN/Thunder/Respect/EA, Tacoma, WA 3-2
4. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-4, Portland, WA 4-2
5t. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-1, Portland, WA 2-2
5t. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-3, Portland, WA 1-2
7t. DeMarini Tuff, Marysville, WA 1-2
7t. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-6, Portland, WA 1-2
9t. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-5, Portland, WA 1-2
9t. TBD, Charlotte, NC 1-2
9t. West Coast Bloom, Kent, WA 1-2
9t. Home Plate Cafe, Portland, WA 0-2
13. Smash-It Sports/OA Team-2, Portland, WA 0-2

2017 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2017 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


Champion: Derby Girls, Kent, WA
Runner Up: All Armed Forces, Lackland AFB, TX


Derby Girls would open up the game in the bottom of the second. Salcedo, Hollman, Kami Marrott, Miller and Stefanie Watt each drove in additional runs to extend Derby Girls’ lead to 10-1. Another five-run inning came in the bottom of the third for Derby Girls after Dara Toman hit an RBI single, Christan Dowling hit a three-run home run and Durand doubled to plate run number 15. Laura Harms would help Derby Girls seal the run rule victory after singling to drive in Watt in the bottom of the fourth. The All Armed Forces team earned a spot in the Championship Game after battling through the loser’s bracket. Dropping their first game of the tournament to On-Point 12-2, the All Armed Forces would win three-straight to earn a spot in the Championship Finals. All Armed Forces was let by Tournament MVP and home run champion Jordan Brown, who hit .800 with 15 RBI and five home runs.


  • MVP – Kristen Shifflet, Derby Girls (5-7, .714, 7 Runs)
  • Batting Champion – Jordan Brown, All Armed Forces – (12-15, 5 HRs, 15 RBIs, 9 Runs) – .800
  • HR Champion – Jordan Brown, All Armed Forces – 5

ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Marisa Basham, On Point
  • Danielle Kisner, On Point
  • Aldenise Ewing, Khaos
  • Sherri Hollis, Khaos
  • Ashley Rios, Khaos
  • Chelsea Davis, Khaos
  • Schameka White, All Armed Forces
  • Jordan Brown, All Armed Forces
  • Kennedy Houser, All Armed Forces
  • Erika Cintron, All Armed Forces
  • Kristen Shifflet, Derby Girls
  • Kami Marrott, Derby Girls
  • Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls
  • Christan Dowling, Derby Girls
  • Dara Toman, Derby Girls

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Derby Girls, Kent, WA 3-0
2. All Armed Forces, Lackland AFB, TX 3-2
3. Khaos, Harmony, FL 2-2
4. On Point, Grimes, IA 2-2
5t. Bryant Express, Bryant, AR 1-2
5t. Demarini Tuff, Marysville, WA 1-2
7. Enough Said, Tallahassee, FL 0-2

2016 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2016 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


Champion: Derby Girls/ASP/Combat, Kent, WA
Runner Up: Khaos, Harmony, FL


The Derby Girls scored four runs in the 4th inning to put the final game out of reach for Khaos. The final was 8-1 as Brooke Connell provided the only offense Khaos had with a 3-4 performance along with driving in the only run for the Florida girls. Melissa Perez (15-21, .714, 3 RBIs, 8 Runs), Tara Salcedo (14-22, .636, 5 RBIs, 6 Runs), Amanda Pantley (15-19, .789, 11 RBIs, 6 Runs) and Julie Wisniewski all had 2 hits for the Derby Girls. Bri Benesh (8-12, .667) collected 2 RBIs. Derby Girls/ASP/Combat outscored Khaos 17-3 to hand them back-to-back losses and secure the Women’s Open National title at ASA Hall of Fame Complex Sunday. Despite dropping a 15-5 decision to Khaos Saturday evening, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat defeated Smurf-U, 13-3, to earn a spot in the Championship Game and call for a rematch themselves. While Khaos hung in the game, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat pulled away late for the 9-2 victory. Derby Girls/ASP/Combat’s Dowling was solid at the plate, going 3-for-4 while driving in one and scoring three runs. Derby Girls/ASP/Combat saw four cross the plate in the first inning and proceeded to keep Khaos scorelss until they scored two in the fourth inning. However, it was not enough and Derby Girls/ASP/Combat would force the previously-undefeated team to play an “if-necessary” game for the Championship title. The final game of the tournament was almost déjà vu for Derby Girls/ASP/Combat. The Washington team never trailed after scoring four runs in the first on two doubles, an RBI single byJulie Wisniewski, and an RBI triple by Amanda Pantley. Derby Girls/ASP/Combat went on to score four runs in the fourth on a sacrifice fly byLaura Harms, a two-run single by Bri Benesh and an RBI single by Dowling. Khaos managed to score one in the fourth but in the end, it was Derby Girls/ASP/Combat who claimed the Women’s Open division title following a 8-1 victory.


MVP – Amanda Pantley, Derby Girls (15-19, .789, 11 RBIs, 6 Runs)
Batting Leader – Amanda Pantley, Derby Girls (15-19, 11 RBIs, 6 Runs) – .789
Home Run Leaders – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls (14-21, .667, 1 HR, 8 RBIs, 11 Runs) – 1
Home Run Leaders – Alexandria Herring, Khaos (10-14, .714, 4 RBIs, 6 Runs) – 1


ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Catlin Bouschet, Khaos
  • Savannah Brown, Khaos
  • Melissa Perez, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Amanda Pantley, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Sheri Hollis, Khaos
  • Bri Benesh, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Dara Toman, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Alexandria Herring, Khaos
  • Michelle Varga, Khaos
  • Brittany Martin, WOC
  • Ashlee Gamble, Smurf-U
  • Tammy Higginbotham, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
  • Chelsea Zgrabik, Khaos
  • Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Derby Girls/ASP/Combat, Kent, WA 5-1
2. Khaos, Harmony, FL 3-2
3. Smurf-U, Chickasha, OK 3-2
4. WOC, Grimes, IA 2-2
5t. Dolan Auto Group Fillies, Reno, NV 1-2
5t. Aksarben Skers, Lincoln, NE 1-2
7t. All Armed Forces, San Antonio, TX 0-2
7t. Local Legends, Whitesboro, TX 0-2

2015 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2015 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


Champion: All Armed Forces, Sam Houston, TX
Runner Up: Derby Girls, Kent, WA


Armed Forces scored 10 runs in the 2nd inning to pull away and finally win the final 16-6 in five innings. The Armed Forces collected 18 hits, led by Terri Hodges 3-3 effort. April Ortenzo had a double and a triple and drove in 3 runs. Schameka White (5-9, .556, 11 RBIs) was 2-3 with 3 RBIs. Pitcher Krystal Cavette held the powerful Derby Girls offense to only 6 hits. Tara Salcedo (10-15, .667, 7 RBIs) had 2 RBIs and Stafanie Watt (9-13, .692, 10 RBIs, 8 Runs) scored 2 runs to lead he Derby Girls. A 10-run explosion in the second inning helped land the U.S. Armed Forces the Women’s Open Slow Pitch National title. In a 16-6 win (five innings) over Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com, each member of the Armed Forces recorded a hit as the team totaled for 18 hits during their offensive fueled victory in Sunday’s Championship Game. The Armed Forces finished the tournament with a perfect 3-0 record while hitting .573 as a team. The Armed Forces struck big in the second inning, plating 10 runs in the second on a three triples, two singles and a sac fly. Tournament MVP April Ortenzo was red hot for the Armed Forces, racking up three RBI on two hits for the Armed Forces. She doubled in the first inning and tripled in the third inning. Derby Girls looked to mount a comeback in the third inning as three runs would cross the plate, but the Armed Forces would tack on another five runs in the bottom half of the frame to extend their lead. Down to their final at-bat, Derby Girls loaded the bases with no outs in the top of the fifth, but the Armed Forces defense held strong to get a double play before a groundout to the third baseman brought the game to a close. Derby Girls earned a spot in the Championship Game after defeating the Askarben Skers 15-4 (six innings) earlier in the day.


  • MVP – April Ortenzo, All Armed Forces (8-10, .800, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 10 RBIs, 11 Runs)
  • Batting Leader – April Ortenzo, All Armed Forces – .800
  • Home Run Leader – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls (7-13, .538, 5 Walks, .667 OB%, 13 RBIs, 8 Runs) – 3

ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Krystal Cavette, All Armed Forces
  • IF – April Ortenzo, All Armed Forces
  • IF – Kami Marrott, Derby Girls/Combat
  • IF – Marjorie Mills, All Armed Forces
  • IF – Erika Citron, All Armed Forces
  • IF – Victoria Pzsyk, All Armed Forces
  • OF – Stefanie Watt, Derby Girls/Combat
  • OF – Miranda Sanderson, All Armed Forces
  • OF – Holly Leiter, Derby Girls/Combat
  • OF – Teresa Herring, All Armed Forces
  • UT – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/Combat
  • UT – Abby Beach, Askarben Skers
  • UT – Bri Benesh, Derby Girls/Combat
  • UT – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/Combat
  • UT – Ashley Tarver, Lady MVP

FINAL STANDINGS

1. All Armed Forces, Sam Houston, TX 3-0
2. Derby Girls, Kent, WA 3-2
3. Askarben Skers, Lincoln, NE 4-2
4. Lady MVP, Oklahoma City, OK 2-2
5t. Toxic Swirl, Duncan, OK 0-3
5t. Wolfpack, Enid, OK 0-3

2014 ASA Open Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

2014 held at Edmond, Oklahoma.


Champion: Derby Girls /Softball.com/ Combat, Seattle, WA
Runner Up: All Armed Forces, Washington, DC


The Derby Girls beat Armed Forces 9-6 in winners bracket Finals, then the Armed Forces came back and beat Derby Girls 16-13 forcing the IF game. Derby Girls scored 11 runs in the 4th, 5th and 6th innings to finish off a 16-6 run rule victory to defeat Armed Forces in the Championship Game. Kim Pierce (10-16, .625, 10 Runs) and Tara Salcedo both went 4-5 (including 3 Doubles) in the game to lead the Derby Girls. Megan Marie (10-16, .625, 9 RBIs, 6 Runs) and Amy Doerflinger (7-12, .583, 9 RBIs) combined for 6 hits and 9 RBIs in the win. Christan Dowling of the Derby Girls, the most feared hitter in Women’s Sofball History was intentionally Walked 5 times in the game and scored 4 runs. Dowling finished the tournament 4 for 4 with 11 Intentional Walks. Her 4 hits included 2 singles, a triple and a Home Run. Kim Pierce (10-16, .625, 3 RBIs and 10 Runs) also had a great tournament for the Derby Girls.Melissa Graves (14-22, .636, 9 RBIs, 12 Runs) went 3-4 to lead the Armed Forces team. Christian Camp also had a tremendous tournament for the Armed Forces squad ( 10-16, . 625 4 RBIs and 10 Runs), and a home run for 5 RBIs total and 9 Runs scored


  • MVP – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls (9-16, .562, 3 Doubles, 7 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • Batting Award – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/Combat (4-4, 1.000, 1 HR, 5 RBIs, 11 BBs, 15-15, 1.000 OB%) – 1.000
  • Batting Leaders – Lenia Braxton, Armed Forces (14-21, 14 RBIs 8 Runs) – .667
  • Batting Leaders – Sahara Henson, Lady MVP (10-15, 7 RBIs,7 Runs) – .667
  • Home Run Leaders – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/Combat – 1
  • Home Run Leaders – Misty Smith, Lady MVP (5-11, .455, 7 RBIs, 4 Runs) – 1

ASA OPEN WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Kat Sherer, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • IF – Dara Toman, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • IF – Megan Miller, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • IF – Stefanie Watt, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • IF – Leina Braxton, All Armed Forces
  • IF – Terri Hodges, All Armed Forces
  • OF – Amy Doerflinger, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • OF – Kim Pierce, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • OF – Melessa Graves, All Armed Forces
  • OF – Sahara Henson, Lady MVP
  • UT – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • UT – Tammi Higginbotham, Derby Girls/Softball.com/Combat
  • UT – Christian Camp, All Armed Forces
  • UT – Kasey Castor, All Armed Forces
  • UT – Schameka White, All Armed Forces

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Derby Girls/Softball.Com/Combat, Seattle, WA 3-1
2. All Armed Forces, Washington, DC 4-2
3. Lady MVP, Oklahoma City, OK 2-2
4. Wicked/Fallout Sports, Norman, OK 0-2
5. Bad Rap, Elk City, OK 0-2