Category: ASA A Slow Pitch

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

2019 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2019 held at Drake’s Creek Park in Hendersonville, Tennessee on August 17-18, 2019.


Champion – Thunder/EGL Foundation/Gillies Softball, Gladewater, Texas
Runner Up – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi, Lindenhurst, Illinois


An undefeated run at the 2019 USA Softball Men’s Class A Slow Pitch National Championship earned Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball the title of National Champion. Defeating Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi 21-12 in the Championship Game, it was the second meeting between the two teams in the last 12 hours after a winners’ bracket finale went well into the midnight hour but ultimately ended with the same result: a Thunder victory.

Led by Tournament MVP Kyle Pearson, Thunder outscored opponents 108-66 on their path to winning the title with two of their four wins coming by way of the run-rule.

Precision got out to an early lead in the top of the first inning with back-to-back solo home runs and a two-run shot that gave them a four-run edge. Thunder made contact with the ball in the bottom of the frame, but nothing made it through the gaps and the team was kept off the board.

Precision added to their lead with a pair of runs in the top of the second inning, but a three-run home run by Brian McBryde cut Precision’s lead to 6-3 after two complete innings.

Thunder took the lead in the bottom of the third and never looked back as the team drove in 18 runs over the course of the next four innings of play. A pair of two-run home runs and two solo blasts gave Thunder the 9-6 lead.

Precision brought the game within one run in the top of the fourth inning with a solo home run and RBI single, but Thunder added two more to their run total, putting them up 11-8.

The offenses were silent in the fifth inning as a two-run home run by Precision and a solo home run by Thunder were all either side could muster at the plate.

Precision was kept off the board for the second time in the game in the top of the sixth, but Thunder put the game away with nine runs in the bottom of the frame. Two singles drove in two runs and a grand slam by Josh Fyffe put the home team up by eight runs. The offense continued with a three-run home run by Shannon Smith.

Down by 11 runs headed to their last at-bat of the game, Precision went out swinging with back-to-back singles, but a fly ball kept the runners at bay. A double by Chente Granados brought the runners home and a single from Brad Lunda put runners on the corners, but a pop fly and line drive ended the game with Thunder earning the 21-12 win.

McBryde and Fyffe led Thunder at the plate, both driving in five runs with a pair of home runs.

How the teams made it to the finals

Thunder landed in the Championship Game after going 3-0 through bracket play. Challenged in their first contest of the tournament, Thunder narrowly edged Dan Smith/Sonnys 30-28. With the help of a 14-run third inning, Thunder’s offense was limited to just one run through the last three innings of play.

A 32-16 (five inning) run-rule over Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep put Thunder in the winners’ bracket finale. Another explosive inning, this time a 13-run second inning, helped the squad take the lead early. Cory Briggs drove in eight runs off three home runs while Smith’s six RBI and two home runs led the offense.

Facing off against Precision with the winner advancing to the Championship, Thunder’s offense exploded for a 25-10 (five innings) win. Big offensive-innings, including 11 runs in the first, seven in the fourth and six in the fifth, helped the Thunder capture their second run-rule victory.

For Precision, a pair of one-run games landed the team in the winners’ bracket final. The team escaped with a 31-30 win over Anarchy/SIS/OA Apparel in their first game of the tournament after Travis Clark drove in the game-winning run. A game-winning single by Jeff Keske helped Precision to their second walk-off victory, this time a 34-33 win over TDB/FAI.

After dropping the 25-10 decision to Thunder, Precision faced Monsta Athletics in the third-place game where the offense erupted for a 23-7 (five inning) win. A 14-run outing in their first at-bat of the game set the tone as grand slams by Jeremy Yates, who was named Tournament Batting Champion, and Chente Granados led the offense.

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  • MVP – Kyle Pearson, Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • HR Leader – Dale Brungardt, TDB/FAI
  • HR Leader – David Johnson, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • HR Leader – Matt Fox, Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Batting Leader – Jeremy Yates, Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi

ASA A ALL AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

  • Infield – Jeremy Yates – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi
  • Infield – Kyle Pearson – Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • Infield – Greg Connell – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi
  • Infield – Dale Brungardt – TDB/FAI
  • Infield – David Johnson – Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Infield – Bryan Dezern – Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
  • Infield – Shannon Smith – Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • Infield – Cory Briggs – Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • Infield – Jeff Flood – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi
  • Outfield – Patrick Ellwanger – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi
  • Outfield – Steele Lewis – TDB/FAI
  • Outfield – Jason Matuski – TDB/FAI
  • Outfield – Ben Dunn – Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • Outfield – Brian McBryde – Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball
  • Pitcher – Travis Clark – Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Thunder/E.G.L. Foundation/Gillies Softball – Gladewater, TX (4-0)
2. Precision/H.Auto/Sprizzi – Lindenhurst , IL (3-2)
3. Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep – Calimesa, CA (3-2)
4. TDB/FAI – Kannapolis, NC (2-2)
5t. Ts 13/Monsta/CTE – Becker, MN (3-2)
5t. Dan Smith/Sonnys – Casper, WY (2-2)
7t. ANARCHY / SIS / OA Apparel – Rochester, NY (1-2)
7t. Comatose/S2N/Monsta – Beloit, WI (2-2)
9t. OC/Drip City/Monsta – Grimes, IA (0-2)
9t. Heartland Investors – Mandan, ND (0-2)
9t. LJ Sportswear – Oskaloosa, IA (0-2)

1987 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

1987 held at Midland, Texas.


Champion – Minneapolis Merchants, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Runner Up – Thompson’s Sporting Goods, Savannah, Georgia


The Minneapolis Merchants scored 19 runs in the first three innings and went on to a 23-7 victory over Thompson’s Sporting Goods of Savannah, GA., in the championship game  of the 1987 Men’s Class A National Slow Pitch softball tournament in Midland, Texas.

Catcher Tom Anderson hit two home runs for the Merchants – a two-run shot in the second inning and a three-run blast in the third. Also hitting homers for the Merchants were designated hitter Kerry Burnett, first baseman Rick Goodsell, and outfielder Lance Peterson.

Thompson also collected five home runs, the maximum allowed under tournament rules (all others above become foul balls), but didn’t have the luxury of runners on board. Outfielder Steve Sims hit a two-run blast in the first inning to cu the Merchants’ lead to 7-3, but the remaining four homers were solo shots, including a second homer by Sims in the sixth inning.

The Merchants scored seven runs in the first inning and six in each of the next two to build a 19-3 lead.

By winning the title, with a 7-0 record that raised their season rcord to 97-18, the Merchants advance to the 1987 Men’s International Slow Pitch softball tournament, October 2-4 in Oklahoma City.


The Minneapolis Merchants are the 1987 Amateur Softball Association Class A slow-pitch champions.

Coach Jeff Swenson’s team went 7-0 in the Midland, Tex-as, tournament, defeating Thompson’s Sporting Goods of Savannah, Ga., 23-7 in the finals Monday. The winners led 19-3 after three innings.

Catcher Tom Anderson homered in the second inning with one on and in the third with two aboard. Designated hitter Kerry Burnett hit a three-run homer during a seven-run first inning. First baseman Rick Goodsell had a two-run homer in the second and right fielder Lance Peterson a solo shot in the third.

The Merchants edged the Daytona Beach, Fla., Lite Athletics 8-7 in the semifinals and the Allied Astros of Indianapolis 26-22 in the winners’ bracket final.

The Merchants (97-18) will play in the ASA international tournament in Oklahoma City Oct. 2-4.

Merchants shortstop Tom Hechsel was named tournament MVP. Teammates named to the all-tourney first team were pitcher Dave Rowe, Anderson, and utility infielder Mike Rosenow.

“This team was formed three years ago and we have only made minor changes on the way,” said Swenson.


  • MVP – Tom Hechsel, Minneaplis Merchants
  • Batting Champion – Gerald Braddy, Thompson’s Sporting Goods – .821
  • HR Champion – Mike Cuellar, Lou’s Super Scouts – 10

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • 1B – Mickey Reynolds, Coils Plus
  • 2B – Doug Dowdy, Lite Athletic Club
  • 3B – Joey Bouchillon, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • SS – Tom Hechsel, Minneapolis Merchants
  • OF – Gerald Brady, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • OF – Paul Knight, Lite Athletic Club
  • OF – Mike Cuellar, Lou’s Super Scouts
  • OF – Mike Rouse, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • EP – Mike Dickerson. Allied Astros
  • UTIL – Bill Baker, Bud Light
  • UTIL – Doug Berfeldt, Coffee Cup
  • UTIL – Mike Rosenow, Minneapolis Merchants
  • UTIL – Dave Rohr, Allied Astros
  • C – Tom Anderson, Minneapolis Merchants
  • P – Dave Rowe, Minneapolis Merchants

ASA A ALL AMERICANS SECOND TEAM

  • 1B – Joel Moody, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • 2B – John Spikerman, Lou’s Super Scouts
  • 3B – Harold Slate, Coils Plus
  • SS – David Clingman, Bud Light
  • OF – Henry Mays, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • OF – Albert “Bud” Weathers, Coils Plus
  • OF – Danny Thompson, Lou’s Super Scouts
  • OF – Jimmy Morris, Bud Light
  • EP – Wayne Otwell, Lou’s Super Scouts
  • UTIL – Gerald Braddy, Thompson’s Sporting Goods
  • UTIL – Kurt Hornus, Coffee Cup
  • UTIL – Jeff Poole, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • UTIL – Craig Schraub, Bud Light
  • C – Ed Sipe, Lite Athletic Club
  • P – Ronnie Andrews, Thompson’s Sporting Goods

ASA A ALL AMERICANS THIRD TEAM

  • 1B – Steve Implay, Allied Astros
  • 2B – Chuck Harmon, Thompson’s Sporting Goods
  • 3B – Mike Reiling, Coffee Cup
  • SS – ?
  • OF – Dan Nelson, Minneapolis Merchants
  • OF – Keith Weathers, Coils Plus
  • OF – Ronnie Hawkins, Lou’s Super Scouts
  • OF – Steve Sims, Thompson’s Sporting Goods
  • EP – Kerry Burnett, Minneapolis Merchants
  • UTIL – Michael Schervish, Lite Athletic Club
  • UTIL – Max Reed, Lite Athletic Club
  • UTIL – Fred Shipley, Allied Astros
  • UTIL – Jeff Swenson, Minneapolis Merchants
  • C – Ed McConnell, Coils Plus
  • P – Mike Phelps, Allied Astros

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Minneapolis Merchants, Minneapolis, MN (7-0)
2. Thompson’s Sporting Goods, Savannah, GA (7-2)
3. Allied Astros, Indianapolis, IN (5-2)
4. Lou’s Super Scouts, Houston, TX (6-2)
5t. Coils Plus, Longview, TX (5-2)
5t. Lite Athletic Club, Daytona Beach, FL (4-2)
7t. Bud Light, Midland, TX (5-2)
7t. Coffee Cup, St. Paul, MN (6-2)
9t. DeBacco Brothers, Newark, NJ (3-2)
9t. Armed Forces, Little Creek, VA (5-2)
9t. Barracuda?, Apple Valley, CA (4-2)
9t. C&M/Home Oil, Dothan, AL (3-2)
13t. McDonald’s, Davenport, IA (3-2)
13t. Chaney Enterprises, Lothian, MD (3-2)
13t. Jo-Mac Brothers, Yonkers NY (3-2)
13t. Ranger Boats, Flippin, AR (3-2)
17t. Builders Millwork, Anchorage, AK (3-2)
17t. Lite Peppers, Laredo, TX (3-2)
17t. Worth Sports, Midland, TX (3-2)
17t. JC Perry, Ridley Township, PA (2-2)
17t. SA Cannons, San Antonio, TX (3-2)
17t. Ruth Realty, Kent, WA (2-2)
17t. Springfield Strohs, Springfield, OH (3-2)
25t. Capital Industries, Seattle, WA (2-2)
25t. Miller Premium Brand, Stevens Point, WI (2-2)
25t. Mayfield Brothers, Richardson, TX (2-2)
25t. Midas Touch Jewelers, Trumbull, CT (2-2)
25t. JD Sports, Irving, TX (2-2)
25t. Jones & Sons, Washington, IN (2-2)
25t. OC Swats, Anaheim, CA (2-2)
25t. Massey’s, La Place, LA (2-2)
33t. Professional Forms, Little Rock, AR (1-2)
33t. Wendel Huskey, La Grande, OR (1-2)
33t. D&D Produce, San Ramon, CA (1-2)
33t. Pete’s Car Wash, Pughkeepsie, NY (1-2)
33t. Kidd Plumbing, Irving, TX (1-2)
33t. NW Pipe/T&C Lounge, Missoula, MT (1-2)
33t. Bale Chevrolet, Little Rock, AR (1-2)
33t. Hi-Ho Tavern, Great Falls, MA (1-2)
33t. Dash Long Distance, Odessa, TX (1-2)
33t. MT Pockets, St. Paul, MN (1-2)
33t. Farrell’s Maintenance, Lititz, PA (1-2)
33t. Winchell Chirpractic, Evansville, IN (1-2)
33t. Conrad-Paterson, Wyoming, MI (1-2)
33t. Ruud’s Roofing, Bloomington, MN (1-2)
33t. Kohler’s & Logan’s, Cranston, RI (1-2)
49t. Arensberg Pharmacy, Newark, OH (1-2)
49t. Georgia Merchants, Savannah, GA (1-2)
49t. Bull on the Beach, Berlin, MD (1-2)
49t. Campbell Sports, Bloomington, MN (0-2)
49t. Coors Scooters, Cheyenne, WY (0-2)
49t. Sonny’s Westport, CT (0-2)
49t. Stanley’s, Midland, TX (0-2)
49t. Seguin Cannons, Seguin, TX (0-2)
49t. Snyder’s Steak House, Lincoln, NE (0-2)
49t. Mississippi Truck, Davenport, IA (0-2)
49t. Amark Industries, Livingston, NJ (0-2)
49t. Wendy’s Worth Sports, Lansing, MI (0-2)
49t. Norris Fridley Reality, Owensville, MT (0-2)
49t. Starr-Precision, Cleveland, OH (0-2)
49t. Benchmark Printers, Grand Blanc, MI (0-2)
49t. Yogi’s Sports Bar, Terre Haute, IN (0-2)
65t. Merrill’s, Corpus Christi, TX (0-2)
65t. Malarky’s Pub, Westland, MI (0-2)
65t. Frontier Inspection, Farmington, NM (0-2)

1974 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

1974 held at Jones Beach, New York.


Champion – Piedmont Sheet Metal, North Carolina
Runner Up – Thompson Sporting Goods, Georgia


  • MVP – Monroe White, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • Batting Champion – John Sheridan, Levittown Legion – .714
  • HR Champion – Glenn Dorch, Levittown Legion – 6
  • HR Champion – Chan Baker, Levittown Legion – 6

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Monroe White, Piedmont Sheet Metal (6-0 pitching)
  • C – John Evans, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • 1B – John Sheridan, Levittown Legion
  • 2B – Dick McCabe, Levittown Legion
  • 3B – Barry Black, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • SS – Gary Mixon, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • OF – Bob Ligon, Mama Jean’s Mobile Service
  • OF – Bob Lane, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • OF – Tom Clinard, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • OF – Mike Jackson, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • UTIL – Rickie DePaola, Levittown Legion

ASA A ALL AMERICANS SECOND TEAM

  • P – Dean Jeseritz, Norling’s Silo
  • C – Glen Dorsch, Levittown Legion
  • 1B – John Blanton, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • 2B – Ronnie James, Piedmont Sheet Metal
  • 3B – Terry Webb, Thompson Sporting Goods
  • SS – Bob Hosford, Abbgy’s Computer Service
  • OF – Dock Booker, Mama Jean’s Mobile Service
  • OF – Bubba Garrett, Siegel’s Supermarkets
  • OF – Jerry Negan, Norling’s Silo
  • OF – Chan Baker, Levittown Legion
  • UTIL – Rickie Leek, Levittown Legion

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Piedmont Sheet Metal, North Carolina (6-0)
2. Thompson Sporting Goods, Georgia (6-2)
3. Levittown Legion Post No. 1711 (6-2)
4. Siegel’s Supermarket, Richmond, VA (5-2)
5t. Norling’s Silo, Svea, Minnesota (6-2)
5t. Wechtel’s Sunoco, Metro Toledo (4-2)
7t. Dases, Metro Cincinnati (4-2)
7t. Rusty Nail-Jack’s Bottle Shop, Metro Minneapolis (4-2)
9t. Frieberger Furniture, Metro Louisville (5-2)
9t. Ranch House, Kentucky (5-2)
9t. Mama Jean’s Mobil Service, Metro Cleveland (4-2)
9t. Abbgy’s Computer Service, Michigan (3-2)
13t. Conti Brothers, Rhode Island (3-2)
13t. Dayton Blue Chip Tavern, Ohio (3-2)
13t. Roman Carousel, Metro New York City (3-2)
13t. Trenton Capitals, New Jersey (4-2)
17t. Spanaway Furniture, Washington (3-2)
17t. Stowes Sporting Goods, Pennsylvania (2-2)
17t. Cougars, Louisiana (2-2)
17t, King Const. & Cannon Welding, Metro Jacksonville (2-2)
17t. Down South Snakes, Texas (2-2)
17t. Collins Manufacturing Co., Tennessee (2-2)
17t. Jarrell Truck Plaza, Defending Champs (2-2)
17t. Moore’s International, Florida (1-2)
25t. Antonio’s Flying Pizza, Metro Houston (2-2)
25t. East First Auto Supply, Metro Austin, Tex. (2-2)
25t. Shaky’s Pizza, Wisconsin (1-2)
25t. V. R. Moore & Sons, Maryland (1-2)
25t. Manchaster Tire & Battery, New Hampshire (1-2)
25t. Blackwell-Kasl-Hutton Pharmacy, Oklahoma (1-2)
25t. American Legion Post No. 420, Mass (1-2)
25t. Maple Wheel, Metro St. Paul (1-2)
33t. Christy’s Cleaners, New York State (1-2)
33t. Hermann’s Sports, Metro Long Island (1-2)
33t. Bob Banning’s Dodge Men, Dist. of Columbia (1-2)
33t. Dahlstrom’s Motors, North Dakota (1-2)
33t. Love Furniture, Arkansas (1-2)
33t. Classic Bar, Nebraska (1-2)
33t. LeBaun-O’Brien, Vermont (1-2)
33t. Etna Hawks, Metro Pittsburgh (1-2)
33t. Du Penn, South Carolina (0-2)
33t. Ladner’s Friendly Inn, Mississippi (0-2)
33t. Moore Painting, Metro Orlando (0-2)
33t. Toters, Delaware (0-2)
33t. WGUY, Bangor, Maine (0-2)
33t. East St. Louis Saints, Illinois (0-2)
33t. U Totem, Metro Kansas City (0-2)
33t. Half Century Bar, Detroit, MI (0-2)
49t. Richie’s on Broadway, Milwaukee, WI (0-2)
49t. Chesapeake AC, Norfolk, VI (0-2)
49t. Henco, Rochester, NY (0-2)
49t. Park Liquor, Connecticut (0-2)

1998 ASA A National Report

Thomas Bait & Tackle of North Carolina completed an undefeated run through the ASA Class A Nationals over Labor Day weekend at Lawton, Okla., by overcoming a 16-run fourth inning by Dalton Chiropractic of New Jersey to win 28-25. Thomas, with six players from the Jerry’s team that won the Class B crown in 1997, breezed 20-1 over Dalton in the finals of the winners bracket en route to a 7-0 record.

Defending Class A champion Coffee Cup of Minnesota was a third-place finisher this year.

The favorite, Smokes/Harrison’s/TPS of Maryland, finished fourth in the 62-team field. Jim Johnson of Gary’s Auto Body of Michigan was the home run champion with 17 in seven games. The home run limit was six. MVP honors went to Thomas outfielder Scott Grant. His on-base numbers were 34-of-37. He reached base in his last 19 trips to the plate. He had six homers.

The leading hitter was Brad Gidcumb of Jacksonville Grover of Florida with an .885 average. “Scott made some nice plays in the outfield,” pointed out Thomas manager, who serves as the team’s extra hitter. “Our middle was outstanding on defense — Grant Batts at shortstop and Cullen Clark at second base. They turned a lot of double plays. And our pitcher, Bob Carter, played good defense too.”

Thomas had three players on the first team all-tournament — Grant, John Dutch Jr. and Roy Jarman — and two more on the second team — John Adams and Hollis Brice.

Dalton had two on the first team — Tom Laska and Anthony Delarnesis.

Coffee Cup had only one selection — Mike Ritzer on the second team.

Smokes had Steve Gilbert and Dewey Fussell on the first team and Steve Helewicz and Bobby Bayne on the second team.

Thomas topped Smokes 26-21 and Dalton was a 33-18 winner over Coffee Cup in the semifinal round of the winners bracket.

Coffee Cup eliminated L&L Paint of Alabama 17-16, while Smokes ousted Mercer of Indiana 43-23. Coffee Cup then kayoed Smokes 24-22 before dropped by Dalton 12-11.

Mercer eliminated Gary’s 30-15, while L&L ousted SCB/Easton of New York 34-14. L&L had a 7-2 record, Dalton and Coffee Cup were 6-2 and Smokes, Mercer and Gary’s 5-2 and SCB 4-2.

Ashley’s of Delaware and Kentucky Tucker each went 5-2 en route to a tie for ninth with Maroadi of Pittsburgh and Scott of Iowa.

Jacksonville Grover, Galyan’s of Indiana, Universal Dome of Indiana and Allied Tool of Kentucky tied for 13th.

Some highly regarded team finished down the line, including K&G of Indiana, Riverside/Ram and Berardi’s of Kentucky, Paramount of Virginia, Deery Brothers of Iowa and Budweiser/DeMarini of Texas.

One of Paramount’s players was 52-year-old Don Clatterbaugh, a former Major player with such teams as Dave Carroll and Steele’s.

Berardi’s lost 25-16 to DeVault of Missouri and Budweiser/DeMarini lost 27-14 to Easton Sportstar of Kentucky in first-round games. Berard’s then lost 26-21 to Ohio Sealants.

Budweiser/DeMarini went 0-2 too, being ousted 20-18 by TCBY/DeMarini of Arkansas.

Deery was 0-2, losing to the Aragon Minnesota Merchants 32-23 and Barchella of New York (29-17).

Riverside lost 39-28 to SCB and K&G lost 27-26 to Jax Grover in the second round.

Paramount won two games before falling 29-28 to Mercer.

Thomas won 45-31 and 32-11, but had two tough games in the early rounds — 31-30 vs. Gateway Press of Kentucky and 28-25 vs. Allied Tool. Gateway built up a 27-7 lead going into the fifth inning. Thomas broke loose for 15 runs. “Then we were down nine going into the bottom of the seventh,” pointed out Marion. “We got 12 straight men on without an out.” Jay Lamm started things with a single and he ended it with a 2-run double.

Carter went 6-for-6, Grant 5-for-6 with a homer and Roy Jarman 5-for-5 with a homer. Lamm, John Dutch, Doug Flowers and Marion had homers.

Thomas won in the first round by 45-31 over Cooper Sports of Cincinnati. Grant was 7-for-7, while Adams was 6-for-7 with a homer and Dutch 6-for-7. Flowers and Brice Hollis each had two homers and Jarman one. The 28-25 win over Allied Tool saw Adams go 4-for-5 with two homers. Grant had two homers, Dutch and Hollis one each. A 32-11 romp over Scott’s of Iowa saw Grant and Adams each go 5-for-5 and Jarman, Dutch, Batts and Marion each go 4-for-4. Dutch, Flowers, Hollis and Marion homered. Thomas was a 26-21 winner over Smokes. Jarman had three homers, Grant, Lamm, Dutch and Flowers one each. Grant and Lamm each went 5-5, Jarman and Dutch 4-5. Carter, Adams and Hollis also went 4-5. The easy 20-1 win over Dalton in the finals of the winners bracket saw Jarman and Dutch hit homers and Grant and Hollis each go 4-for-4. Lamm and Flowers each had three hits. So did Jarman. Dalton’s only run was a solo home run in the fifth inning. It was a different story vs. Dalton in the finale. The New Jersey team scored 16 runs in the fourth inning for a 22-12 lead.

The North Carolinians came back with six in the fifth and nine in the sixth. Jarman and Dutch homered in the fifth and Grant’s grand slam tied the game in the sixth. The Thomas team went on to score five more after the slammer. Final score: 28-25. Grant was 5-for-5 with 2 homers, Jarman 4-for-5 with 2 homers. Hollis also had a homer. Carter, Dutch and Lamm each notched four hits. Marion made note that clean-up batter Jim Rogers had to miss the tournament. “All the guys pulled together, picking it up a little bit to take up the slack. We played really good team ball. It was real exciting. We had to come from behind in three games. We were not the best team there by far, but we showed a lot of heart.

Our boys never gave up. This was our first year in Class A.” Marion, whose team is based out of the central North Carolina town of Sanford, pointed out the inspiration of Jerry Sheffield, the team’s enthusiastic third base coach. “He was a motivator, slinging his towel around. He keeps everybody going.”

SCB dropped Gary’s into the losers bracket (23-14) before being bumped by Smokes 33-31. Smokes dropped L&L (37-8) and Jax Grover (30-7) into the losers bracket.

Coffee Cup won four — 27-20 over TCBY, 29-17 over Easton Sportstar, 26-13 over Las Vegas Funjet of Wisconsin and 30-17 over Maroadi — before losing to Dalton 33-18.

Dalton earlier won 34-21, 29-20, 31-26 (over B&A of Ohio) and 28-9 (over Mercer).

Ashley’s won four games in the losers bracket before being ousted 25-5 by SCB. Ashley’s was dropped into the losers bracket by Scott of Iowa (25-13).

Scott won 3 before losing to Thomas, then lost its first game in the losers bracket by 36-32 to L&L.

SCB won 4 games in the losers bracket before falling to Mercer (26-6).

Rounding out the first team all-tournament selections were Cliff Egan and Louis Brown of Universal, Mark Mastorovich of Maroadi, Rob Rash and Tom Shield of Grotto’s of Delaware, Gidcumb of Jax Grover and Johnson and Mark Moore of Gary’s. Rounding out the second team were Dean Bowrosen and Karl Komyat of SCB, Bill Gilbert and Ron Rash of Grotto’s, Mike Dill and Joe Spadifino of Ashley’s, Mark Hutchinson and Kevin Gillot of L&L, Greg Ackerbery of Gary’s and Mike Engler of Maroadi.

Amateur Softball Association (ASA)

ASA Major National Championships (1981 – 2005)

  • Other ASA National Championship Events
ASA Major National Championships 
Year	Champion					Runner-up
	MVP
	Home Run Leader
	Average Leader
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	The Class-Major Nationals started in 1981, The old Open class was split into Super and Major Classifications
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1981	Elite Coatings, Gordon, GA			Fred Weber/Merchants, St. Louis, MO
	MVP - Ricky Huggins, Elite (25-40, .625, 8 HRs, 20 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Cecil Whitehead, Elite - 10  (18-35, .514, 21 RBIs)
	Batting Leader - Jessie Walter, Cline Brothers - .810  (17-21, 9 RBIs)
	NOTE: Elite won 16-14 and 16-10. Ron Knight and Greg Smith hit 3-run homers and Ricky Huggins also homered
	in the first win. Then Huggins came through with a HR and two triples in the final to clinch the title.
1982	Triangle Sports, Minneapolis, MN		Teamsters #293, Parma, OH
	MVP - Glen Bourquin, Triangle Sports(.647, 14 HRs, 24 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Glen Bourquin, Triangle Sports- 14
	Batting Leader - David Hensley, TNEMAC - .833  (15-18)
	NOTE: Steve Williams, Triangle Sports (.750, 9 HRs)
	NOTE: Herman Rathman, TMI (14-17, .823, 6 HRs)
1983	No. 1 Electric, Charlotte, NC			Stone City Stars, San Antonio, TX
	MVP - Tim White, No. 1 Electric  (16-26, .640, 12 HRs, 25 RBIs, including 2 HRs in the championship game)
	HR Leader - Tim Clemmons, Carroll Marathon - 16 (33-47, .702, 34 RBIs
	Batting Leader - Tom Sommers, Sandy Creek - .904  (19-21, 1 HR, 10 RBIs)
	Note - Buck Buchanan, No. 1 Electric (23-26, .885)
1984	Lilly Air Systems, Chicago, IL			Ray's Metal Works, Alachua, FL
	MVP - Phil Higgins, Lilly Air (.848, 10 HRs, 24 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Dennis Crawford, Ray's - 16 (33-52, .632, 43 RBIs)
	Batting Leader - Phil Higgins, Lilly Air - .848
	Note -  Ken Parker, Lilly (.714, 10 HRs) and Ron Olesiak, Lilly (.667, 10 RBIs)
1985	Blanton's, Fayetteville, NC			Zimlinghaus Electric, Palm Bay, FL
	MVP - Andy Cook, Blanton's
	HR Leader - Gary Robertson, Larry Jacob's - 10
	Batting Leader - Russ Weilbacher, Stone City - .821
1986	Non-Ferrous Metals, Cleveland, OH		Blanton's, Fayetteville, NC
	MVP - Ron Wood, Non-Ferrous (12-24, .500)
	HR Leader - Jim Fuller, Shubin's - 11 (23-32, .719, 24 RBIs, 20 Runs)
	Batting Leaders - Denny Brown, Gregg (20-26, 8 RBIs, 16 Runs) - .769
	Batting Leaders - Dave Steffen, Shubin (20-26, 6 HRs, 17 RBIs, 16 Runs) - .769
1987	Starpath, Lexington, KY				County Sports, Levittown, NY
	MVP - Gary Jones, Starpath
	HR Leaders - Don Clatterbaugh, Blanton's (20-26, .769, 38 RBIs) - 15
	HR Leaders - Dave Allen, Starpath - 15
	Batting Leader - Rich Plante, Marlton Trucking - .844
1988	Bell Corp/FAF, Tampa, FL			Starpath, Monticello, KY
	MVP - Mike Ambers, Bell/FAF
	HR Leader - Scott Jones, Starpath - 14
	Batting Leader - Curtis Williams, Howard's/Western Steer -.880
1989	Ritch's Salvage, Harrisburg, NC			Superior/Apollo, Windsor Locks, CT
	MVP - Bill Gatti, Ritch's Salvage (20-31, .640, 9 HRs, 18 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Clyde Guy, Superior/Apollo - 11
	Batting Leader - Mark Baker, Bell - .800
1990	New Construction, Shelbyville, TN		SETA Corporation, Charlotte, NC
	MVP - Greg Pyle, New Construction  (17-20, .850,  9 HRs)
	HR Leader - F.A. Martin, SETA Corporation - 12
	Batting Leader - Nate Quinn, Safety Roofing - .889
1991	Riverside Paving, Louisville, KY		Vernon's, Jacksonville, FL
	MVP - Don Rardin, Jr., Riverside
	HR Leader - Dewayne Nevitt, Wildcat Fence - 17
	Batting Leader - Dewayne Nevitt, Wildcat Fence - .897
1992	Vernon's, Jacksonville, FL			New Construction, Shelbyville, TN
	MVP - Ricky Huggins, Vernon's (22-28, .786, 18 HRs, 42 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Ricky Huggins, Vernon's - 18
	Batting Leader - Jimmy Smith, Moulton Furniture -.810(17-21, 6 HRs, 20 RBIs)
1993	Back Porch/Destin, Destin, FL			Vernon's-II/C&D, Jacksonville, FL
	MVP - Brian Reed, Back Porch/Destin (26-34, .769, 12 HRs)
	HR Leader - Dennis Pierce, Riverside (19-24, .792)  - 13
	Batting Leader - Thom Lord,  Taylor Brothers (20-24) - .833
1994	Riverside/Taylor, Louisville, KY		Back Porch/Destin, Destin,FL
	MVP - Dennis Pierce, Riverside (26-33, .788, 19 HRs, 49 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Dennis Pierce, Riverside - 19
	Batting Leader - David Bear, Reece Astros, - .895
	Note: Russ Earnest, Back Porch (32-41, .780, 18 HRs, 56 RBIs, 4 Grand Slams)
1995	Riverside/Ram, Louisville, KY			Williams/Dudley, Spring, TX
	MVP - Dennis Pierce, Riverside (17-21, .810, 12 HRs, 34 RBIs)
	HR Leaders - Ray Cowart (.694, 34 RBIs) - 14
	HR Leaders - David Burch, Riverside/Ram (.757) - 14
	HR Leaders - Rich Courtney, No Limit - 14
	Batting Leader - Dan Mather, No Limit -.909  (30-33)
1996	Bell II/Roberts, Orlando, FL			Herb's/TPS, San Diego, CA
	MVP - Mark Hierlmeier, Bell-II  (16-22, 11 HRs, 25 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Bill Burrell, Armed Forces (35-42, .833) - 17
	Batting Leader - Jose Santiago, Herb's/TPS - .865  (19-22)
1997	Long Haul/TPS, Albertville, MN			Armed Forces All-Stars
	MVP - Chris Williams, Armed Forces (41-50, .820, 25 HRs, 50 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Chris Williams, Armed Forces -25
	Batting Leader - Ron Acker, Wrecking Crew - .889
1998	Chase Mortgage, Wilmington, N.C.		Reece/Sports/Chips/TPS, Lebanon, TN
	MVP - Derek Oliver, Reece (24-31, .774, 12 HRs)
	HR Leader - Vern Hensley, Planet/New - 14
	Batting Leader - Phil Castellano, Gasoline Heaven (23-27) - .852
All-America Team
First Team
Jose Santiago, Chase (21-25, .840)
Tim Williamson, Chase (20-26, .769, 3 HRs)
Chris Chilton, Chase (18-24, .750, 4 HRs)
Derek Oliver, Reece (24-31, .774, 12 HRs)
Larry Sauceman, Reece (.771)
Steve Dickey, Reece
Phil Castellano, Gasoline Heaven (23-27, .852)
Andy Ahkao, Gasoline Heaven (.786)
Bill Jerich, Gasoline Heaven
Moose White, Gasoline Heaven (.750, 9 HRs)
Vern Hensley, Planet/New (14 HRs)
Mike Kinnett, Planet/New
Mike Lane, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys
Hal Koubelka, Armed Forces
Wayne Pennington, Armed Forces
Second Team
Kenny Carver, Chase (20-25, .800, 6 HRs)
Jason Fleming, Chase (20-28, .714, 3 HRs)
Ron Wilson, Reece
Keith Brady, Reece (.724, 8 HRs)
Mark Webber, Reece (.724)
Don Harloss, Gasoline Heaven
Dave Noval, Gasoline Heaven
Steve Roeder, Planet/New
Brian Fletcher, Planet/New
Troy Summerfield, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys
John McNair, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys
Monty McCory, Backstop
Brian Jeffers, Backstop
Jim Kearns, Backstop
Bob Van Erem, Backstop
OTHERS:
Mark Weaver, Chase (12-15, .800, 7 HRs)
Bob Fisher, Chase (16-21, .762, 8 HRs) 
Kenny Ezzell, Chase (21-28, .750, 3 HRs)
Paul Brannon, Chase (16-22, .727, 10 HRs) 
Larry White, Chase (16-23, .696, 2 HRs) 
Brian Justice, Reece (.688, 8 HRs)
Ed Hicks, Chase (14-21, .667, 2 HRs) 
Randy Romaga, Chase (12-20, .600, 2 HRs) 
Ron Wilson, Reece (9 HRs)
Standings
1. Chase/Easton, Wilmington, NC 5-0
2. Reece/SportsWorld/Chip's/TPS, Lebanon, TN 4-2
3. Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Long Island, NY 3-2
4. Planet/New/TPS, Lexington, KY 5-2
5. N.A.S.T.Y. Boys/TPS, St. Louis, MO 3-2
5. Central Paving/TPS, Decatur, IL 1-2
7. Armed Forces All-Stars, USA 2-2
7. Backstop/Easton, Aurora, IN 1-2
9. Watanabe/TPS, Cincinnati, OH 1-2
9. Aldo's, Stevens Point, WI 1-2
9. Pub II, Normal, IL 1-2
9. Hitmen, Traverse City, MI 0-2
13. Export, LaCrosse, WI 0-2
13. Sid Grinker, Milwaukee, WI 0-2
1999	Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Commack, NY		JMW/Herb's/TPS, San Diego, CA
	MVP - Doug Vigliotti, Gasoline Heaven (18-20, .900)
	HR Leader - Tot Powers, Paramount/TPS - 12 (.750)
	Batting Leader - Doug Vigliotti, Gasoline Heaven  - .900
2000	Long Haul/TPS, Albertville, MN			Hooters/B&B/Easton, Kansas City, KS
	MVP - Dennis Rulli, Long Haul/TPS
	HR Leader - Kris O'Hara, Long Haul - 17
	Batting Leader - Wes Campbell, Long Haul - .868
2001	New Construction, Shelbyville, IN		Mercer's/K&G/TPS, North Vernon, IN
	MVP - Rick Baker, Mercer's/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS  (.839)
	HR Leader - Alex Lavorico, Pov's/Walser Chevy/Reebock/TPS -  10
	Batting Leader - Rick Baker, Mercer's/K&G/Bike/Miller/ TPS - .839
	Outstanding Offensive Player - Rick Baker, Mercer's/K&G (.839)
2002	Twin States/Worth, Montgomery, AL		Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton, Wilmington, NC
	MVP - Richard White, Twin States/Worth (20-27, .741 5 HRs)
	HR Leader - Ron Wilson, Lighthouse Baptist - 13
	Batting Leader - Nick Block, Team AH/TPS (18-22) - .818
2003	B&J Logging/Kleuver's, Sandoval, IL 		Alesium/Reece/Hinson/Shade/Easton, Las Vegas, NV 
	Kluever's defeated Alesium 37-29 in Championship game.
	MVP - Justin Atwood, B&J Logging/Kluevers  (.600, 1 HR)
	Bryan Goins, Alesium/Reece (HR Leader)
	Batting Leader - Bryan Goins, Alesium/Reece (24-28) - .857
2004	US Vinyl/Z-Wear, Lafayette, GA  		B&J Logging/Snap-On/Worth, Sandoval, IL 
	First baseman Bobby (Wally) Woldyk had only one hit in the championship game of the ASA Major Nationals,  
	at Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium. But it was the one US Vinyl needed for insurance to win its first 
	National Championship, beating defending champion Kluever’s Snap-On/BJ Logging 13-8, in eight innings. 
	In four previous trips to the plate Woldyk, who was named tourney MVP, was hitless. Before entering the 
	batter’s box in the eighth, he asked his teammates for some advice. They said just swing hard. And he did, 
	sending the ball over the left center field (370') fence for a one-out grand slam to give his team a 
	seven run cushion entering the bottom of the eighth inning. 
	MVP - Bob "Wally" Woldyk, U.S. Vinyl (10-18, .556, 6 HRs)
	HR Leader - Kenny Briggs, Benfield/Alesium (18 RBIs) - 9
	Batting Leader - Alex Lavorico, Benfield/Alesium (5 HRs, 9 RBIs) - .800
2005	AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Easton, Manassas, VA	All Armed Forces, Washington, DC
	AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Easton finally won its first ASA Major national title at historic Sanford Memorial
	Stadium with a four inning run-rule 27-5 win over the Armed Forces.  They bested a field of three by 
	winning four consecutive games en route to the title.  In four games they scored 84 runs and allowed only 
	25 runs, hitting 33 HRs among its 80 hits led by tourney HR champ Brett Helmer (7 HRs among his 9-13, .692
	performance). After scoring six runs in the first inning of the championship game AM/Las Vegas opened up the
	throttle on offense in the second inning by scoring 15 runs on nine hits. Helmer, who was added to the
	AM/Las Vegas roster for this event, highlighted the inning with a grand slam. Tourney MVP Danny Crine, 
	Billy Joe 'BJ' Fulk,  Brian Justice and Kris O’Hara each hit homers in the inning. AM/Las Vegas outfit the
	Armed Forces, 20-7. Three of Helmer’s homers, worth eight RBIs, came in the championship game and he
	finished the game 3-for-3. Justice plated five runs with a pair of homers and a single, Alex Lavorico 
	smashed three homers in four at-bats to drive in four runs and Fulk had a 3-Run HR in the 15 run second.
	MVP - Denny Crine, AM/Las Vegas
	HR Leader - Brett Helmer, AM/Las Vegas (9-13, .692) - 7
	Batting Leader - Brian Justice, AM/Las Vegas (10-12) - .833
2006	- ASA discontinued it's Class-Major National championships in 2006

ASA Class - A National Championships 
Year 	Champion -------------------------  Runner-up
	MVP
	Home Run Leader
	Average Leader
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From 2001-2005, ASA went to separate East and West Class-A Nationals, the 2 winners met in a best of 5 National Championship Series
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2001 T's 13/Nike, Omaha, NE (West) -----  -----  Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH (East) [3-2]
SCORES: T's 13/Nike; 21-26, 33-21, 22-25, 26-11, 32-13.
T's 13 down 2 games to 1, came back and won the fourth and fifth games behind the power or Mike Irvine. Irvine hot 3 Homers and drove in 9 runs to lead the way for T's and earn Series MVP honors. 
Game-1: Creative Stucco hit seven home runs, with the big blast a pinch-hit grand slam from Joe Ausec that broke an 18-18 tie in the bottom of the fifth. Tony Sharkins hit a pair of homers, while Matt Furrey had a home run and a two-run triple. Troy Rawlins hit a two-run HR and a two-run double, while Tim Linson had a three-run blast and Doug Shanyfelt added a solo shot. For T's 13, Mike Irvine hit two home runs; a three-run and a two-run shot, and a triple. Steve Skala had a two-run HR and Dana Wendelin had a solo HR.
Game-2: A 17-run sixth inning pushed T's 13 to victory. Scott Gerdes had a pair of home runs and a triple while Brian Holmes hit two home runs. Nick Sailors, Mike Irvine, Jeff Vercellino and Chad Merchant all had home runs for T's and Steve Skala added two doubles. Tim Linson had two HRs for Creative Stucco, while Troy Rawlins, Jay Ross and Gene Paszke had one homer each.
Game-3: Creative Stucco hit nine home runs, with Tony Sharkins and Doug Shanyfelt hitting two each. Troy Rawlins, Matt Furrey, Tom Ellis, Tim Linson and Gene Paszke hit one HR each. T's 13 got home runs from Mike Irvine, Jeff Vercellino, Scott Gerdes, Bobby Worden, Brent Mogenson and Steve Skala.
Game-4: Mike Irvine hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and had six RBI for T's 13. Nick Sailors was 4-for-4 with a home run, Brian Holmes was 3-for-3 with a home run and Nate Babbit and Rick Kappius each had a HR and three RBI. Tony Sharkins was 3-for-3 with a solo home run for Creative Stucco, while Tim Linson also had three hits and Tom Ellis had a home run and two runs driven in.
Game-5: T's 13 posted big numbers in the second and third innings, scoring 11 and 12 runs, respectively. Nick Sailors hit a two-run home run, double, RBI-single and two-run single, while tournament MVP Mike Irvine hit a two-run homer and added a pair of sacrifice flys. Scott Gerdes hit a solo home run, a two-run triple and an RBI-double, Nate Babbit had a three-run HR and two RBI-singles and Brian Holmes hit a two-run blast and a double Jeff Vercellino and Dana Wendelin each had a HR, Wendelin's was inside-the-park, Steve Skala drove in two runs with a single and Bobby Worden and Rick Kappius each had an RBI-double. Tony Sharkins hit a three-run home run, a solo home run and a two-run double for Creative Stucco/Easton. Doug Shanyfelt had a three-run shot, Troy Rawlins a two-run and Jeff Click a solo. Tim Linson an RBI double, while Rob Luneborg and Tom Ellis each had a double.
	MVP - Mike Irvine, T's 13/Nike (7 HRs, 17 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Mike Irvine, T's - 7
	HR Leader - Tony Sharkins, Creative Stucco (12 RBIs) - 7
	Batting Leader - Mike Irvine, T's
2002 Mt. Top/Advanced, Northville, MI (West) -----  -----  WW Gay/Aubrey's/TPS, Gainesville, FL (East) [3-2]
SCORES: Mt. Top/Advanced; 26-28, 18-25, 28-13, 31-19, 36-31.
Mountain Top, down 2 games to 0, mounted an improbable comeback and won 3 straight to win the 5 game series 3 games to 2. Outscoring WW Gay 95-63 in those 3 games and 139-118 in the series. 
Game-1; W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL) scored eight runs in the sixth inning to evoke the 15-run mercy rule and defeat Advanced/Mountain Top (Texarkana, TX) in the opening game of the Men’s Class A division of the Hooters Championship Series. Sean Snow went 5-for-5 with five singles and scored four times to lead W.W. Gay at the plate. John Thomas and Billy Eurice each connected for two home runs while Chad Carver and Ken Carlton hit the other two for W.W. Gay. Advanced/Mountain Top first baseman Vince Brisbee went three-for-three and scored three runs to provide a spark in the offense. Paul Sheppard provided the power for Advanced/Mountain Top going 2-for-2 with two home runs. W.W. Gay, who lost its long-time manager N.C. Ryals just a week ago to a sudden heart attack, are playing this tournament in his memory. These two teams meet again tomorrow at 10 a.m. in game two of the Hooters Championship Series.
Game-2; In a see-saw battle in Men’s Class A in the Hooters Championship Series it came down to who would get the last at-bat. W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s ( Gainesville , FL ) won the toss in game two and capitalized with a walk-off home run by Billy Eurice in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Advanced/Mountain Top ( Texarkana , TX ) 28-26. Eurice remained perfect at the plate for the tournament going 4-four-4 with two home runs and five RBI. So far in the tournament, Eurice is 7-for-7 with four home runs and 13 RBI. Other standout performances for W.W. Gay came from Mike Thomas (3-for-4, six RBI), Chad Carver (2-for-4, five RBI) and Jose Santiago (4-for-4, three RBI). Advanced/Mountain Top looked strong at the plate full-filling its home run limit of nine in the sixth inning. Despite not having the long ball to rely on, Advanced was able to score seven runs in the seventh to extend its lead to 26-23 but the lead would not hold. Paul Sheppard went 3-for-5 with a home run and five RBI to pace Advanced at the plate. John Glidewell had three home runs in the game while Wade Casey finished with two. W.W. Gay could close out the series in three games today when it faces Advanced at 2 p.m. at Lagoon Park
Game-3; Advanced/Mountain Top (Texarkana, TX) kept its national championship hopes alive in game three of the Men’s Class A division of the Hooters Championship Series with a 25-18 victory over W.W. Gay/ Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL). Rickie Robbins came through in the clutch going 5-for-5 with five runs scored, two home runs and five RBI. Matt Arlett had two home runs and six RBI, while Wade Casey went 2-for-3 with four RBI. Shawn Snow hit a grand slam in the fourth and went 3-for-5 in the game with six RBI to lead W.W. Gay offensively. Billy Eurice, one of the most explosive offensive players in the tournament, once again went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI.
Game-4; Advanced/Mountain Top (Texarkana, TX) came back from an 0-2 deficit to win game four in just five innings, 31-19, over W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL) to force a fifth and deciding game in the best of five series.  Advanced outscored W.W. Gay 21-9 in the first three innings to distance itself in the contest. Shawn Robinson went 5-for-5 with a home run, scored four and drove in three runs. Wade Casey also contributed big in the game going 4-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI. Shawn Snow had another big game for W.W. Gay going 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI. Trey Royal was perfect with three hits and three RBIs.
Game-5; Advanced/Mountain Top of Texarkana, TX did the improbable and came back from an 0-2 deficit in the best of five series to win three consecutive games including the all important game five to class the national championship for the Men’s Class A division at the Hooters National Championship Series. Advanced defeated W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s of Gainesville , FL 36-31in the final game to claim the title. After exhausting its allotment of home runs for the game in the fifth inning, Advanced had to rely on timely base hits to take the lead in the seventh inning. It managed to score 12 runs in the seventh without a home run to its credit. W.W. Gay mounted a charge in the final frame, scoring four runs but was unable to keep the ball in the park and were called out for going over its home run limit. Vince Bisbee was a popular choice for MVP after going 3-for-7 with four runs scored in the final game. Teammate Richie Robbins went 5-for-7 with seven RBI in the championship game, while Rob Gundry and Shawn Robinson both accounted for two home runs and five RBI for the winning team. Brett McDaniel starred for W.W. Gay in the finale going 4-for-6 with two home runs and seven RBI. Billy Eurice also had a good night at the plate going 4-for-6 with a home run and four RBI.
	MVP - Vince Bisbee, Mountain Top (19-26, .733, 4 HRs)
	HR Leader - Wade Casey, Mountain Top - (16-26, .615) 8 HRs
	Batting Leader - John Glidewell, Mountain Top - (22-26, 6 HRs) .846 
2003 Berardi's/TPS, Lexington, KY (East) -----  -----  Meridian Softball, Houston, TX (West) [3-1]
SCORES: Berardi's/TPS; 39-22, 34-20, 26-29, 37-25.
Game-1: In the opening contest Berardi’s nailed nine home runs to cruise past Meridian 39-22. Shawn Harkins was impressive going 5-for-5 with three home runs while Doug Martin and Bo Franklin matched his efforts also going 5-for-5.
Game-2: Things didn’t change much in game two as Berardi’s outscored Meridian 34-20 for its second win of the series. Harkins and Franklin were once again instrumental in the offensive effort. Harkins went 3-for-3 and had a three run home run while Franklin remained perfect at the plate going 4-for-4 with six RBI.
Game-3: Meridian avoided the sweep by defeating Berardi’s 29-26 in game three. Tim McClendon and Steven Lynn each drove in five RBI in the game.
Game-4: Berardi’s refocused in the game four and managed to breeze past Meridian 37-25 to secure the title. Franklin had three home runs and six RBI in the game to continue his torrid pace. Joey Resing, Fred Ditto and Martin all delivered four RBI. Martin was selected as the series MVP for his efforts. “This tournament has been an exceptional experience,” said Berardi’s manager Neil Sapp. “This is certainly something we will never forget. This team played as well as it has all season. We got down a couple of times against Meridian but these players never gave up and showed how much they wanted this title.”
	MVP - Doug Martin, Berardi's (16-18, .889, 3 HRs)
	HR Leader - Shawn Harkins, Berardi's - (16-19, .842) 8 HRs 
	Batting Leader - Fred Ditto, Berardi's - (18-20, 3 HRs) .900 
2004 Team Synergy, Orlando, FL  (East) -----  -----  Mountain Top/Worth, Marysville, WA (West) [3-1]
SCORES: Team Synergy; 37-25, 18-32, 37-36, 33-22.
Tournament MVP Rich Gulash and his clutch play led Team Synergy to the ASA Class-A National Championship over Mountain Top. With the Series tied at 1 game apiece, the pivotal 3rd game turned out to be a back breaker for Mountain Top. Trailing at the time, Synergy scored 14 in the 5th inning to turn the tide of the series as they came out on top of a wild 37-36 game. Chris Chilton of Team Synergy was 5-5 with 2 HRs and 10 RBIs in the game. Nate Johnson, Johnny Dykes, Chad Bragg, and Jose Santiago (3 HRs, 8 RBIs) all had 5 hits for the winners. For Mountain Top, Don Dedonatis was 5-7 with 9 RBIs. Kevin Gillot was 6-6. In the 33-21 clincher in game-4, Team Synergy scored 13 runs in the top of the 1st inning to set the tone for the game. Nate Johnson was 6-6 with 4 RBIs and 6 Runs scored. John Dykes and Chad Bragg combined for 10 hits and 13 RBIs. Bragg had 3 homers in the game. Leading Synergy hitter in the Series was Johnny Dykes (16-20, .800, 2 HRs, 15 RBIs, 13 Runs), Nate Johnson (18-23, .783, 3 HRs, 9 RBIs, 14 Runs) and Chris Chilton (15-20, .750, 4 HRs, 17 RBIs, 12 Runs). The leading hitter for Mountain Top besides Kevin Gillot's .842 was Sean McDonald (15-19, .789, 5 HRs, 12 RBIs, 14 Runs). As a team Team Synergy batted .678 with 36 HRs. Mountain Top was .626 with 34 HRs. 
	MVP - Rich Gulash, Team Synergy (13-18, .722, 5 HRs, 11 RBIs, 13 Runs)
	HR Leader - Dal Beggs, Team Synergy - (15-21, .739, 21 RBIs, 13 Runs) 8 HRs
	Batting Leader - Kevin Gillot, Mountain Top - (16-19, 9 RBIs, 13 Runs) .842 
2005 Long Haul/Miken, Caledonia, MN (West) -----  -----  Berardi's/Team LTP/TPS, Louisville, KY (East) [3-0]
SCORES: Long Haul 22-11, 27-14, 26-18
Long Haul Trucking/Miken swept the series with an impressive 26-18 victory over Berardi’s in the third game of the best-of-five series. Long Haul jumped out early to record six runs in the top of the first. Berardi’s would not go away easy, tallying 8 runs in the bottom of the first to capture the lead.  Both teams slowed down offensively after the fireworks that started the game. Long Haul got only three runs in the next three innings, including a scoreless top of the sixth However, Berardi’s only managed to plate one run over the same time frame, making the final inning a do or die situation for the them. Long Haul went into the top of the 7th and HRs by Lance Dudley Adam Peterson sparked a fire as Long Haul scored seven runs to add to their lead. Berardi’s had a chance in the bottom of the seventh, but the first three Berardi’s batters made outs. Long Haul captured the Hooters Class A Championship. Adam Peterson was named Tournament MVP, The win for Long Haul Trucking/Miken was its fifth in five games between the two teams this year. The John Daniel sponsored team finished the year 54-12. They outscored Beradi's 75-43 in the 3 games.
	MVP - Adam Peterson, Long Haul Trucking/Miken (9-13, .692, 5 HRs, 12 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Adam Peterson, Long Haul Trucking/Miken - 5
	Batting Leaders - Steve Helewecz, Berardi's/Team LTP/TPS (8-11, 3 HRs, 6 RBIs) - .727
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The ASA abandoned the East-West Format and went back to having just one Class-A National championship in 2006
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2006 KME/Body Glove/Easton, Anaheim, CA -----  Long Haul Trucking/Miken, Albertville, MI 
In a game that lasted only four innings, KME/Chaney’s/Body Glove routed a determined Long Haul team 33-9 in the championship game at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City, OK to capture the 2006 ASA Class A National Championship. KME pounded out 32 hits in the final while holding Long Haul to just 13 hits. Brett Helmer (three doubles and a two-run homer) and outfielder John Bailey had four hits apiece to lead the high-powered KME offense. Bailey had a game-high nine RBIs on three homers and a single.  KME outfielder Donovan Pokraka went 3-4 with 2 RBIs in the championship game and was named the tournament MVP. Geno Buck added a solo homer, which was his 10th of the tournament to lead all hitters.  In the 28 games played, a total of 217 HRs were hit by the 15 teams. The Limit of 16 home runs (8 per team), was not reached once during the entire tournament. As a matter of fact, only six teams combined for double digit Homers. The Class-A HR limit per team per game is 8. 
	MVP - Donovan Pokraka, KME/Body Glove/Easton (16-20, .800, 6 HRs, 17 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Richard 'Geno' Buck, Long Haul Trucking/Miken - (14-25, .560, 18 RBIs) - 10 HRs
	Batting Leader - Jamie Nelson, Jean Shoppe/Worth - (16-18, 4 HRs, 14 RBIs) - .889
2007 Long Haul/Miken, Albertville, MN -----  Chaney’s Pytche Blakk/Easton, San Diego, CA 
Long Haul Trucking battled out of the loser’s bracket to win the ASA Class A National title. They were sent to the loser’s bracket after falling to defending champ Chaney’s Pytche Blakk/Execute Sports/Easton, 25-11. But two games later, Long Haul and Chaney’s found themselves in a rematch of last year’s title game. Long Haul forced the championship into the “if” game after posting a 27-20 victory. In the winner-take-all final game, the bats of Long Haul were scorching and blazed past Chaney’s 33-5 to redeem themselves from a year ago. Long Haul’s Greg Flees went 4-5 with 3 HRs and 11 RBIs, Lenny Cunitz was 4-4 with 2 HRs and 5 RBIs, Lance Dalby also had 4 hits in the final game. Pitcher Geno Buck surrendered only 5 runs on 10 hits. Brett Helmer of Chaney's was the only player with 2 hits, one of them being a home run. Long Haul’s Greg Flees was named the tournament MVP after batting .741 with 26 RBI on 7 HR. He was also named as the batting champion, while Chaney’s Brett Helmer won the home run title with 9. 
	MVP - Greg Flees, Long Haul Trucking/Miken (20-27, .741, 7 HRs, 26 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Brett Helmer, Chaney's (13-18, .722, 22 RBIs) - 9 HRs
	Batting Leader - Greg Flees, Long Haul Trucking/Miken (20-27, 7 HRs, 26 RBIs)- .741
2008 ABS/Easton, Hartley, DE -----  TCP/Easton, Burlington, IA
ABS Easton of Delaware traveled the furthest for the ASA Class A National Championship. And the trip was worth it.  ABS returns to Delaware as the 2008 ASA A National Champ after turning back a determined TCP team 15-10, in the if game at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium. The loss ended a tremendous run for TCP, who finished 6-2, which was led by pitcher Losson White who was named the tournament’s MVP and clearly deserved it as he did everything he could to propel his team to victory. In fact, if it wasn’t for White, TCP might not have advanced to the if game. It was White’s two-run scorching liner off in the bottom of the seventh that scored the winning and tying runs in a 20-19 win in the first championship game to force the if game.  The 29-year-old White batted .677 and drove  in 12 runs. The front of White’s jersey was evident how hard he worked to get TCP to the championship. It was covered with the Oklahoma red clay as he time and time again dove for balls and stopped them to make the play, some of them spectacular. Brett Helmer, one of the pick-ups for ABS, drove in three runs and finished with a 3-for-4 performance and shared the HR trophy with two other players. The tournament leading hitter was Brian Wegman of ABS, the other ABS pick-up, who batted .900 (18-20, with 7 HRs and 18 RBIs). Winning pitcher Bill Honeycutt and Shaun Ballard also had 3 hits each for ABS, which won its 1st ASA Class A title.
	MVP - Lossen White, TCP/Easton (21-31, .677, 1 HRs, 12 RBIs, Pitcher)
	HR Leaders - Brett Helmer, ABS/Easton (17-20, .850, 22 RBIs) - 8 HRs
	HR Leaders - Chaun Demars, Theraldson's (12-18, .667, 18 RBIs) - 8 HRs
	HR Leaders - Andrew Schlitz, TCP/Easton (12-16, .750, 18 RBIs) - 8 HRs
	Batting Leader - Brian Wegman, ABS/Easton (18-20, 7 HRs, 18 RBIs)- .800
2009 Long Haul Trucking, Albertville, MN -----  FBI/Gametimesupply/Worth, Bryant, AR
Long Haul pounded out 40 hits to only 15 for Fence Brokers in finishing the championship as the only undefeated team (they went 4-0). Fence Brokers, which wasn’t picked as one of the teams favored to win the Class A title. Geno Buck hurled all of the Long Haul wins and allowed 45 runs in walking away with the tournament’s MVP award.  Buck also batted fourth for Long Haul and had a (3-5 performance including a 2-run HR) in the championship game. It was one of 8 home runs hit by Long Haul. Mike Rhines (3B) and Brett McCollum (SS) had two homers apiece to lead Long Haul. Fence Fence Brokers hit seven homers with Dennis Schrum leading the offense with a 3-3 performance. Chaun Demars of FenceBrokers was the Home Run leader with 10. He batted .600 and had 22 RBIs. 
	MVP - Geno Buck, Long Haul (13-19, .684, 4 HRs, 10 RBIs, Pitcher)
	HR Leader - Chaun Demars, FBI/Gametimesupply/Worth (15-25, .600, 22 RBIs) - 10 HRs
	Batting Leaders - Brent McCollum, Long Haul Trucking (12-15, 6 HRs, 15 RBIs) - .800
	Batting Leaders - Kevin Bazat, Long Haul Trucking (12-15, 2 HRs, 13 RBIs) - .800
	Batting Leaders - Ralph Hogddon, US Armed Forces (12-15, 5 HRs, 12 RBIs) - .800
	Batting Leaders - Andrew Shiltz, TCP/Pipac/Easton (12-15, 3 HRs, 15 RBIs) - .800
2010 Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts&Logos, Spokane, WA -----  Long Haul Trucking, Albertville, MN
Dan Smith/Menosse may have entered the weekend with a first game 41-40 disappointing loss, but it didn’t matter because they proceeded to win eight consecutive games in capturing its first ASA Class-A National  title. The 2010 Champions capped the impressive performance by winning three games on the last day, including beating defending champion Long Haul twice, 36-21 and 37-24 at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex. The Dan Smith team was very impressive because in 9 games they scored 339 runs and allowed 217. They hit 65 homers with Brian Wegman, Dan Smith's Middle Infielder leading the way with 12 dingers and 47 RBI. Wegman was named the tournament MVP and sparkled on defense as well. He was an incredible 41-51 on the weekend with an .804 batting average. The Dan Smith team compiled a .705 average while holding their opponents to a .601 average. Wegman was also the tournament HR champ with 12. Fence Broker's John Glidewell was the batting champ going 13-15 with 6 HRs and 14 RBIs. He had an .867 average.
	MVP - Brian Wegman, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts&Logos (41-51, .804, 12 HRs, 47 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Brian Wegman, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts&Logos - 12
	Batting Leader - John Glidewell, FenceBrokers/GameTime Supply (13-15, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs) - .867
2011 Annihilation/PRI/Easton, Lawrenceburg, IN -----  R&M/Troupe/TCP/Easton, Burlington, IA
Annihilation lived up to its nickname in sweeping through a 14-team field to capture the 2011 ASA Class A National Championship at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium with a 25-5 run-rule win over R&M/Troupe/Easton. Geno Buck pitched all of the wins for Annihilation and marked the second year in a row he was a member of the ASA 'A' National Championship team. Brett Helmer and teammate Travis Clark captured two of the top awards. Helmer was named MVP. He was 19-26, .826 average with 5 HRs and 17 RBIs. Clark was the tournament batting leader with a .864 average (19-22), with 15 runs scored and seven 2Bs. Annihilation went undefeated in their 5 games, outscoring their opponents 142-59. They has 32 hits in the final game with Greg Connell leading the way with a 4-5, 6 RBI game.
	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, 15 Runs) - .864
2012 Sonny's Softball Club, Casper, WY -----  3rd Street/TPS/Team Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Sonny’s of Wyoming captured the ASA Class A National title having won 3 straight games while defeating 3rd Street Financial of Cincinnati 19-18 in the “if” game. With a 6-1 record, Sonny’s put together quite a run on the last day despite entering the loser’s bracket late Saturday night by none other than 3rd Street. Sonny’s shortstop Jonathan Lenz was named the tournament MVP, recording a batting average of .743 (26-35). Teammate Chris Greinert recorded a remarkable 42 RBI and earned the home run title with 14.
	MVP - Jonathon Lenz, Sonny's (26-35, .743, 3 HRs, 9 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Chris Greinert, Sonny's (26-34, .765, 42 RBIs) - 14
	Batting Leader - Brian Zirkle, Nordkap (21-24, 1 HR, 7 RBIs) - .875
2013 Long Haul/JJS/Doerf./Easton, Albertville, MN -----  O&S Cattle, Stillwater, MN
Long Haul/JJ/Doerfinger/Easton went undefeated (4-0) at Ridgefield, MS to capture the ASA Class-A National Championship. They defeated the All Armed Forces All Star team 29-18 in the winners bracket final. Kevin Filby was 5-5 with 3 HRs and 8 RBIs in that game to lead Long Haul. Cory Large and Brad Reckart each had 4 hits. The O&S Cattlemen then defeated the Armed Forces 30-21 in the losers bracket final behind Dale Drungardt's 6-6 performance which included a HR and 4 RBIs. Pitcher Geno Buck had 3 HRs and 7 RBIs. Lee Powers and Dennis Rulli combined for 9 hits for the Cattlemen. The Championship Game was won handily by the Long Haul squad 41-29. Long Haul had a 24-23 lead after 4, but then broke it open with 17 runs in the final 3 innings. They recorded 49 hits in the game. Tourny MVP Brian Wegman was 7-7 with 3 HRs, 8 RBIs and 7 Runs Scored. Cory Large, Brandon Dillon, Kevin Filby and Mike Umscheid all had 6 hits apiece. For the O&S squad, Dennis Rulli (5-6), Lee Powers (4-6) and Geno Buck (4-5) led the way for O&S. Dale Brungardt of O&S was the HR champ with 11. Kyle Pearson of Rip City/Iron Hawk/DeMarini won the batting title with a perfect 14 for 14 performance.
	MVP - Brian Wegman, Long Haul (18-20, .900, 8 HRs, 19 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Dale Brungardt, O&S Cattle (27-37, .730, 36 RBIs) - 11
	Batting Leader - Kyle Pearson, Rip City Iron Hawk (14-14, 4 HRs, 9 RBIs) - 1.000
2014 Compound Athletics/Bubba's/ASP/Easton, Lake Geneva, WI -----  4 the Fallen/Miken/EVO 9X, Anthem, AZ
An outstanding effort by Neil Haglund lifted the Compound Athletics/Bubbas to a 39-18 win in four innings over Four the Fallen/Miken/Evo 9X in the ASA Class-A National Championship game.  Haglund was unstoppable at the plate, going 5-for-5 in the game (and 21-33 on the weekend). Denny Crine led the way for 4 the Fallen/Miken/Evo 9x with a flawless 3-3 performance. 37 runs in the first three innings helped Compound Athletics/Bubbas seal the victory in the "if" game . Compound Athletics' Brad Reckart was the tournament MVP. Nick Santana won the batting title with a 21-23 performance (.913) and Denny Crine of 4 the Fallen won the HR award with 11.
	MVP - Brad Reckart, Compound Athletics/Bubba's (21-29, .724, 2 HRs, 11 RBIs)
	HR Leader - Denny Crine, 4 the Fallen (25-32, .781, 26 RBIs) - 11
	Batting Leader - Nick Santana, All American Athletics (21-23, 5 HRs, 15 RBIs) - .913
2015 ASPNation/A&A/KV Weld, Breckenridge, TX-----  Precision/Easton, Chicago, IL
A magnificent effort by Tournament MVP Kyle Pearson lifted ASPNation.com/A&A Utility/KV Weld to a 35-32 win over Precision/Easton/DO in the Men's Class A Championship Game on Sunday. Pearson racked up 10 RBI on five hits for ASPNation.com, singling in the fourth and sixth innings while sending out two long balls.
ASPNation.com never trailed after scoring 12 runs in the first inning on three, three-run home runs, an RBI single by Matt Vern, and a two-run triple by Brian McBryde. Precision would score three runs in the bottom of the second to cut its deficit to nine before ASPNation.com increased its lead with five runs in the fourth.
An 11-run sixth inning helped seal the eventual win for ASPNation.com. Down to their final at-bat and trailing by 17, Precision made the game interesting as the team launched six home runs to mount a comeback. With one out and trailing by three, ASPNation.com turned a double play to end the game. ASPNation.com went undefeated to claim the title with a perfect 5-0 record while hitting .682 as a team.
	MVP - Kyle Person, ASPNation/KV Weld (21-26, .808, 6 HRs, 27 RBIs, 21 Runs)
	HR Leader - Chris Greinert, Team Combat/Baugh Ford (19-30, .767, 28 RBIs, 18 Runs) - 10
	Batting Leader - Mike Brown, All American Athletics  (26-32, 9 HRs, 32 RBIs, 21 Runs - .813
2016 ASPNation/A&A/KV Weld, Breckenridge, TX-----  T's 13/Demarini, Omaha, NE
Impressive performances by Tournament MVP Cole Campbell and Home Run Champion Kyle Pearson lifted ASP/KV Weld/BHR to a 33-25 win over T’s 13/DeMarini in the Men’s Class A Championship Game on Sunday. Pearson, who claimed the individual title of Tournament MVP a year ago, had 20 hits out of 29 plate appearances and combined for a team-high 25 RBI. Campbell finished with .778 batting average after going 14-for-18 and tallying 17 RBI in the books.
	MVP - Cole Campbell, ASPNation/KV Weld (14-18, .778, 3 HRs, 17 RBIs, 13 Runs, 6 BBs, .833 OB%)
	HR Leader - Ryan Stovall, FK/Pauer Sports
	Batting Leader - Jason Hoynewski, FK/Pauer Sports
2017 Precision, Chicago, IL -----  ASPNation/A&A/KV Weld, Breckenridge, TX
A perfect 4-0 record resulted in Precision earning the Men’s Class A Slow Pitch National Championship title. With the help of Tournament MVP Steele Lewis, Precision earned the trophy after defeating ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs 29-19 in the Championship Game. The two teams had met previously in the winner’s bracket finals with Precision earning the same fate with a closely fought 27-26 win over ASP.
Precision jumped out to a two-run lead in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back. Scoring in all but one inning during the game, Precision was powered by Lewis who went 3-for-5 with six RBI in the contest, including two home runs. Travis Clark, Pat Elwanger and John Williams each had four RBI in the win for Precision, with Clark and Williams also hitting out two home runs in the win.
ASP earned a spot in the Championship Game after defeating FK/Pauer Sports 36-7 in four innings earlier in the day. Jason Hoynewski of FK/Pauer Sports was named batting champion after leading the tournament with a .857 batting average. FK/Pauer Sports teammate Ryan Stovall was named home run champion after hitting 11 home runs.
	MVP - Tyson Steele, Precision (16-21, .762, 8 HRs, 22 RBIs, 14 Runs)
	HR Leader - Ryan Stovall, FK/Pauer Sports (27-32, .844, 28 RBIs, 23 Runs) - 11
	Batting Leader - Jason Hoynewski, FK/Pauer Sports (30-35, 6 HRs, 23 RBIs, 22 Runs) - .857
2018 WC Monsta/Team Chent, Calimesa, CA -----  Thunder/Flippin Keys, Trenton, NJ
TBD
	MVP - Daniel Lopez, WC Monsta/Team Chent (5-15, .333, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 2 Runs)
	HR Leader - Daniel McClement, WC Monsta/Team Jer Bear (13-21, .619, 17 RBIs, 11 Runs) - 9
	Batting Leader - David Johnson, WC Monsta/Team Chent (17-18, 8 HRs, 23 RBIs, 15 Runs) - .944

Note: from 2001-2005, the ASA went to separate Eastern and Western National Championships (results below).
The two winners would then play a best of 5 Championship Series for the Class-A title

ASA Class - A Eastern and Western National Championships (2001-2005)
Year E/W    Champion					Runner-up
	    MVP
	    Home Run Leader
	    Average Leader
2001 East - Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH	Paramount Builders/Worth, Virginia Beach, VA
	    MVP - Doug Shanyfelt, Creative Stucco
	    HR Leader - Derek Oliver, Paramount Builders- 24 (34-40, .850)
	    Batting Leader - Derek Oliver, Paramount Builders- .850 (34-40, 24 HRs)
2001 West - T's13/Nike, Omaha, NE			Quick Roofing/Advanced Softball/Nike, Texarkana, TX
	    MVP - Bobby Worden, T's 13/Nike
	    HR Leaders - Wade Casey, Quick Roofing - 9
	    HR Leaders - John Glidewell, Quick Roofing - 9
	    HR Leaders - Rob Gundry, Quick Roofing - 9
	    Batting Leader - ?
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2002 East - WW Gay/Aubrey/Mizuno/TPS, Gainesville, FL	C&M Team Ball/Worth, Dotham, AL
	    WW Gay beat Team Ball 26-10 in winners bracket final, then Team Ball eliminated Smokes ABS/Joe Corbi's/Mizuno 
	    in losers bracket final 28-16 to get to the final. WW Gay won final championship game in a rout 29-9 and went 7-0
	    MVP -  Mike Thomas, WW Gay/Ambrey/TPS (.864, 4 HRs)
	    HR Champion -  BJ Fulk, Smoke/ABS/Joe Corbi's/Mizuno
	    Batting Champion -  Lou Mongelli, Berardi's/TPS
2002 West - Mt. Top/Advanced/USA/TPS, Brighton, MI	Hooters/B&B/Rew/Mizuno, Overland Park, KS
	    Mountain Top defeated Hooters/B&B in the "if" game 35-34 to win the title. B&B won the first final 19-12,
	    but could not over come the Mountain Top squad in the "if' game. Mt. Top finished 6-1.
	    MVP - Wade Casey, Mountain Top/Advanced/USA Cash/TPS (28-35, .800, 11 HRs)
	    HR Champion -  Scott Nichols, Hooters/B&B/Rew/Mizuno - 13
	    Batting Champion -  Mickey Rowlands, O&S Cattle - .867
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2003 East - Berardi's/Tek Serve/TPS, Lexington, KY	Central Paving/Miken, Indianapolis, IN
	    MVP - Lou Mongelli, Beradi’s/TPS
	    HR Champion -  ?
	    Batting Champ - Shawn Harkins, Beradi’s/TPS  (22-29, .759)
2003 West - Meridian Softball, Houston, TX		Long Haul/Miken, Caledonia, MN
	    Meridian beat Long Haul 20-19 in winners bracket final and Long Haul defeated Deery Brothers 28-12 to get
	    another crack at Meridian, they won the first final 33-32 and then Meridian won the 'if' game 19-15.
	    MVP - Bud Weathers, Meridian Softball
	    HR Champ - Chad Augedahl, Long Haul/Miken - 9
	    Batting Champ - Chad Augedahl, Long Haul/Miken (19-24) - .792
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2004 East - Team Synergy, Orlando, FL			Watanabe, West Harrison, IN
	    MVP- Nate Johnson, Team Synergy
	    Batting Champion- Chris Chilton, Team Synergy
	    HR Champion- Brian Wegman, Watanabe (.765, 12 HRs, 32 RBIs)
2004 West - Mountain Top/Worth, Marysville, WA		Long Haul/Miken, Caledonia, MN
	    MVP - Greg Hartwick, Mountain Top/Worth
	    Batting Champ - Clay Bazelle, All Star Plumbing
	    Home Run Champ - Larry Cross, Texas Miken
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2005 East - Beradi's/Team LTP/TPS Louisville, KY	Berties/Old School, Brownsville, KY
	    MVP- Willie Allen, Berardi’s/Team LTP/TPS
	    HR Champ - Tom Paturzo, ChecKing/Hit N Run/Lotierzo’s/Worth - 8
	    Batting Champ - Shaun Ballard, Berardi’s/Team LTP/TPS - .800
2005 West - Long Haul/Miken, Caledonia, MN		Midwest Easton Waterloo, IA
	    Long Haul beat Midwest Easton 15-8 in the championship. They went 5-0 and outscored their opponents 118-70
	    MVP- Brent "BJ" Augedahl, Long Haul/Miken
	    HR Champ - Mike Irvine, Midwest Easton - 8
	    Batting Champ - Adam Peterson, Long Haul/Miken - .739
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2006      - East vs West format Disbanded, just one Class-A National Championship held from 2007

ASA Class-B National Championships
Year	Champion					Runner-up
1987	Prestige Realty, Ft Lauderdale, FL		Busch Beer, Alexandria, OH
1988	Tri-Gems, Cedar Brook, NJ			Morgan Construction, Austin, TX
1989	Kenova Const., W. Palm Beach, FL		Winnebago/Manufacturers, Forest City, IA
1990	Standard Constructors, Houston, TX		Darnell/Custom Roofing
1991	Sports Unlimited, Houston, TX			Kings, Chicago, IL
1992	Stop Smoking Clinic, Ft Lauderdale, FL		Smokes, Ellicot City, MD
1993	Mid-America Concrete, Naperville, IL		AAA Sox Wyatt, South Houston, TX
1994	Superior Softball , Miami, FL			Smokes/TPS, Ellicot City, MD
1995	Red Dog/Smokes/TPS, Ellicott City, MD		Flex Gym, New Gretna, NJ
1996	Ram Construction, Hagerstown, MD		Frank-N-Stein's, Pittsburgh, PA
1997	Jerry's, Fayetteville, NC			Scoreboard Tavern, Spokane, WA
1998	Wine Trucking, Fredericksburg, VA		Austin Spurs, Austin, TX
1999	Caraway Steel, Eufaula, AL			Miller-McGaffer, Forest Park, IL
2000	Centex Spurs, Buda, TX				Braddock Motors, Hagerstown, MD
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	From 2001-2010, ASA went to separate East and West Class-B Nationals, the 2 winners met in a best of 5 National Championship Series
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2001	Mizuno Techfire, Orlando, FL (East)		Texas/AAA, Longview, TX (West)				(
2002	Tailgaters/R&R, Hagerstown, MD (East)		Team Miken/Michelob, Caledonia, MN (West)
2003	Jean Shoppe, Parrish, TN (East)			Abbey Printing/Spurs, Buda, TX (West)
2004	The Scene/Hit & Run, Medford, NY (East)		Warpig Softball Club, Seattle, WA (West)
2005	Jean Shoppe, McKenzie, TN (East)		Sancho's/East/Ultimate Gear, El Monte, CA (West)
2006	The Scene, Commack, NY (East)			Columbia Heat/Hooters, Columbia, MO (West)
2007	Bertie’s/B&C, Elizabethtown, KY (East)		C-Town/American Funding/Easton, Boise, ID (West)
2008	Lighthouse, Orlando, FL (East)			Redwood/Sportsdiamond/Worth, Lino Lakes, MN (West)
2009 	Tharaldson Enterprise, Fargo, ND (West)		Checking/Worth, New Haven, CT (East)
2010 	BSM Sports, Deerfield Beach, FL (East) 		Sonny's Softball Club, Casper, WY (West)
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	The ASA abandoned the East-West Format and went back to having just one Class-B National championship in 2011
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2011 	Precision, Chicago, IL 				Team Demarini, Clackamas, OR
2012 	Xtreme/Combat, Brooklyn Park, MN 		BBS/Miken, Stillwater, MN
2013 	Heartland Investors, Mandan, ND 		Precision, Chicago, IL
2014 	OI Livington/Scott's, Fayetteville, GA 		T's 13/Demarini, Omaha, NE
2015	C-Town/GTS/Beus/Action Garage Door, Boise, ID 	Above All Landscaping, Jackson, NJ
2016	WC Monsta, Calimesa, CA 			All American Restoration/UNRL/Monsta, Dayton, MN
2017	L&S Glass, San Jose, CA 			All American/BBS/Monsta, Champlin, MN
2018

ASA Class - C National Championships
Year	Champion					Runner-up
1987	Wayson's, Upper Marlboro, MD			Good Sports/Lake's, Marshall, MI
1988	Frenchman's Creek, Tequesta, FL			Performance Chevrolet, Muskegon, MI
1989	CSX A's, Glen Burnie, MD			JP Angle Inn, Baltimore, MD
1990	B & M Produce, Plant City, FL			Scoreboard Café/Silver Spirits, Smithtown, NY
1991	Pudley's, Redwood City, CA			Zebra Bar, Port Huron, MI
1992	California Bar & Grill, Gardenia, CA		Fairway Ford, Placentia, CA
1993	Pepco, Mentor, OH				Ind-Com Electric, Charlotte, NC
1994	Dovex, Wanatchee, WA				Dr Gremmel's, Birmingham, AL
1995	ACI/Hot Spot/Lush's, Severn, MD			Annadale/Dudley, Falls Church, VA
1996	Clyte's Angle Inn, Baltimore, MD		Mullinax Ford, Scio, OH
1997	Maximum Softball, Ft Lauderdale, FL		Liners, Tucson, AZ
1998	Mulligan Bulls, North Charleston, SC		Global Bearing, Van Nuys, CA
1999	Southern Softball, Ft. Lauderdale, FL		Team Mizuno, Orlando, FL
2000	Hair Place One, Quincy, MA			Greeson Dentistry, Burlington, NC
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	From 2001-2007, ASA went to separate East and West Class-C Nationals, the 2 winners met in a best of 5 National Championship Series
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2001	National Softball, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (East)	Johnny Blaze, Northridge, CA (West)
2002	GEP/Mizuno, San Pedro, CA (West)		Sports Outlet/Worth, Sicklerville, NJ (East)
2003	MediaTrac/Roto Rooter, Vallejo, CA (West)	Bug Busters/Carpet Busters, Nashville, TN (East)
2004	SC Rocks, Santa Clarita, CA (West)		Zarella/Alfie's/Titan Sportsm Quincy, MA (East)
2005	Russell's Paint, Longwood, FL (East)		RTS Crew, Kansas City, MO (West)
2006	Hutson Trucking, Toms River, NJ (East)		J&E/DWC/DSSBATS, Fremont, CA (West)
2007	Team Logo, Commerce, GA (East)			Hara’s/Casa Group/Worth, Salem, OR (West)
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2008	Suburban/SKS, Kalamazoo, MI (North)		CA/JO/Absolute Bail Co., Chesapeake, VA (East)
2009 	West Coast Dynasty, Colton, CA (West)		CSC/Gutterworks, Cookeville, TN (South)
2010 	West Coast Blaze/Sanchos, Highland, CA (West) 	Pope Transport/M&L/Shockers/KA Chicago, IL (North)
2011 	West Coast Nitro/Demarini, Highland, CA (West)	Hustlers, Hopkinsville, KY (South)
2012 	Classic Glass/Easton, Sacramento, CA (West)	Kentucky Steel/TKO, Cadiz, KY (South)	
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	The ASA abandoned the "4 Corners" Format and went back to having just one Class-C National championship in 2013
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2013 	Syndicate/Guardian/Golds, Overland Park, KS 	All Army A, Sam Houston, TX
2014 	Tailgaters/Boys/B&E/Easton, Pittsburgh, PA 	Infinity Plumbing, Northfield, MN
2015	Russel's Paint & Body Shop, Lake Mary, FL 	OC, Grimes, IA
2016	TNT Softball, Avenel, NJ 			Comatose/Thenshirts, Beloit, WI
2017	Ts 13/Omaha/Monsta, Omaha, NE 			Army Black, Fayetteville, NC
2018

ASA Class - D National Championships
Year	Champion					Runner-up
1991	Red's Sporting Goods, Brandon, FL		California Bar & Grill, Gardenia, CA
1992	Tom's Tavern, ???				Melton Motors, Southgate, MI
1993	Liberty Motors, Grass Valley, CA		Nicky D's Dill, Livingston, NJ
1994	Beaumont Stingers, Beaumont, TX			Middleton Sportsland, Frederick, MD
1995	Pat Murphy & Associates, Fairfax, VA		Jake Steel, Auburn, NH
1996	Diamond Pro, Faulkville, AL			Plant VI, Buffalo, NY
1997	Gamecocks, Cookstown, NJ			Crabby Bills, Acworth, GA
1998	Get Huge, San Diego, CA				Succah Punch, Gardena, CA
1999	Gaithersburg Rental, Gaithersburg, MD		Driving Force, Pasadena, CA
2000	* Mike's Grocery, Birmingham, AL		KME, Oak Park, CA
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	From 2001-2006, ASA went to separate East and West Class-D Nationals, the 2 winners met in a best of 5 National Championship Series
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2001	Laserbeam, Simi Valley, CA (West)		Slammers, Frankfort, IL (East)
2002	Team Dickies, Diamond Bar, CA (West)		Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ (East)
2003	Woodies, San Diego, CA (West)			T. D. Waterhouse/Miken, Middle Village, NY (East)
2004	Team Worth/Vanguard, Hollister, CA (West)	Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ (East)
2005	Brackins/All State, Dothan, AL (East)		3N2 So Cal, Arcadia, CA (West)
2006	Easton Properties, Hartselle, AL (East) 	Mid Valley Plastering, French Camp, CA (West)
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	Starting in 2007, ASA went to the "4 Corners" Class-D Nationals, the East, West, North and South winners met in a National Tournament
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2007	White's/Riverdogs, W. Forest, NC (East) 	Lugo’s Heavy Hitters/Mar Designs, Mission, TX (South)
2008	Joe Corbis, New Windsor, MD (East)		Blue Water, San Diego, CA (West)
2009	Virginia Select, Crozet, VA (East)		LA Strokers, Duson, LA (South)
2010	Team Dynasty, Marietta, GA (South)		Vinntrans/HIG, Waynesville, NC (East)
2011	Softball Junkies, Citrus Heights, CA (West)	Boar's Butt, Auburn, AL (South)
2012	Titans, Murfeesboro, TN (South)			Galindo, Buena Park, CA (West)
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	Starting in 2013, ASA selected the top-4 from each Area to meet in a 16 team Double Elimination National Tournament
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2013	Faith & Hope JN42, Denham Springs, LA (South)	Linedrive, Winder, GA (South)
2014	DIA/Water Conn./Dutch Mafia, Madera, CA (West) 	Chingon, Indio, CA (West)
2015	Classick Sports/Monsta, San Bernardino, CA (W)	Meredith Digital, Los Angeles, CA (West)
2016	OTW/Elite-State Champions, San Dimas, CA (W)	DCL, Glen Allen, VA (East)
2017	SFI Spurgeon Trucking, Martinsburg, WV (East) 	ADL/Swing Nation, Florissant, MO (North)
2018	- Class-D National Championship Discontinued, just Area Nationals were held in D.
* Disqualified; KME, Oak Park, CA awarded 1st and Jim's Cabinet, Charlotte, NC awarded 2nd.
Note-1: from 2001-present, the ASA went to separate Eastern and Western National Championships.
Note-2: In 2007, the Class-D Program went to the "Four Corners" and had East, South, North and West
	National Championships and the Champion from each would meet in Oklahoma City in a 4-team round
	robin to determine the National Champion. The Class-C Program adopted this format in 2008. When
	the Class-E Program started, they just had the four corners be their own "champion". There was
	no unified Class-E National Championship held. Class-B later went back to just one National,
	followed by Class-C in 2013. Also in 2013, the Class-D four corners was expanded to include
	the top four teams in each area and a 16-team double elimination was held to determine the "D" Champ.

Class B/C/D Eastern/Western/Southern/Northern Area National Championships
CLASS-B Area Nationals
Class-B (2001-2010)
Year 	Area -  Winner - 					Runnerup
2001 	East - Mizuno Techfire, Orlando, FL			Clearly Wireless, Mechanicsville, VA
	West - Texas/AAA, Longview, TX				Bud Light/Weber/Worth, Owatanna, MN
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2002 	East - Tailgaters/R&R/Worth, Hagerstown, MD		Deluxe Bakery, Belmar, NJ
	West - Team Miken/Michelob, Caledonia, MN		Meridian Softball, Houston, TX
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2003 	East - Jean Shoppe, Parrish, TN				Ohio Sealants (OSI)/Easton, Willoughby, OH
	West - Abbey Printing/Spurs Buda, TX			Spikes/Viessman's Trucking, Faribault, MN
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2004 	East - Hit & Run/Scene, Deer Park, NY			Checking/Worth New Haven, CT
	West - Warpig Softball, Club Seattle, WA		Texas Twins, San Antonio, TX
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2005 	East - Jean Shoppe, McKenzie, TN			B&C/Miken, Edmonton, KY
	West - Sancho's/East/Ultimate Gear, El Monte, CA	Pete's Inn, Kansas City, MO
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2006 	East - The Scene, Commack, NY				Berties/Hub City Glass, Elizabethtown, KY
	West - Columbia Heat/Hooters, Columbia, MO		Care Plus EMS, Pearland, TX
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2007 	East - Bertie’s/B&C/Hub City/Miken, Elizabethtown, KY	Spitz/Mizuno, Mt. Washington, KY
	West - C-Town/Amer. Funding/Red Rock/Easton, Boise, ID	WCS/LCV, Northridge, CA
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2008 	East - Lighthouse, Orlando, FL 				SSC Softball, Blacksburg, SC
	West - Redwood/Sportsdiamond/Worth, Lino Lakes, MN 	Tharaldson Enterprise, Fargo, ND
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2009 	East - Checking/Worth, New Haven, CT 			SAL-8, Sutherlin, VA
	West - Tharaldson Enterprise, Fargo, ND 		Viessman, Faribault, MN
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2010 	East - BSM Sports, Deerfield Beach, FL 			OI/Livingston Train Wreck, Headland, AL
	West - Sonny's Softball Club, Casper, WY 		Viessman/Promolink, Faribault, MN
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2011      - East vs West format Disbanded, just one Class-B National Championship held from 2010

CLASS-C Area Nationals
Class-C (2001-2012)
Year 	Area -  Winner 						Runnerup
2001 	East - 	National Softball, Ft. Lauderdale, FL		Carl Cannon Chevrolet, Jasper, AL
	West - 	Johnny Blaze, Northridge, CA			Iowa Sports Supply, Gilberville, IA
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2002 	East - 	Sports Outlet/Worth, Sicklerville, NJ		Gamecocks/Cardinal Lawn Service, Medford, NJ
	West - 	GEP/Mizuno, San Pedro, CA			Exterminators, Anaheim, CA
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2003 	East - 	Bug Busters/Carpet Busters, Nashville, TN	Medicap Pharmacy, Burlington, NC
	West - 	Media Trac/Roto Rooter, Vallejo, CA		Sports Diamond/LTI, Delano, MN
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2004 	East - 	Zarella/Alfie's/Titan Sports Quincy, MA		Coastal Masonry Virginia Beach, VA
	West - 	SC Rocks, Santa Clarita, CA			Panic, La Palma, CA
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2005 	East - 	Russell's Paint & Body, Longwood, FL		Meager Masonry, Kent, OH
	West - 	RTS Crew, Kansas City, MO			Galindo, Buena Park, CA
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2006 	East - 	Hutson Trucking, Toms River, NJ			Sunrise Pools, Glen Burnie, MD
	West - 	J&E/DWC/DSSBATS, Fremont, CA			Lockdown/GMC/PDI, Oakland, CA
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2007 	East - 	Team Logo, Commerce, GA				Innkeeper, Sutherlin, VA
	West - 	Hara’s/Casa Group/Worth, Salem, OR		TAI/Elite/Easton, Orange, CA
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2008 	East - 	CA/JO/Absolute Bail Co., Chesapeake, VA 	North Haven Funeral Home/XD/Worth, New Haven, CT
	North - Suburban Softball/SKS, Kalamazoo, MI 		Lucky's 13/Minnesota Jazz, Burnsville, MN
	South - Phares Glass, Houma, LA 			R U Know, Sam Marcos, TX
	West - 	Ruffnecks, Lancaster, CA 			So Cal Elite, Orange, CA
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2009 	East - 	Softball Times/Worth, Lexington, KY 		Bestrans/Fitness Center, Bear, DE
	North - Double Deez, Preston, IA 			MT Softball, San Diego, CA
	South - CSC/Gutterworks, Cookeville, TN 		OI/Livingston, Headland, AL
	West - 	West Coast Dynasty, Colton, CA 			A-1/Elite, Portland, OR
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2010 	East - 	Gas House/US Lawns, Toms River, NJ 		RPM/Junk Yard Dogs/Sports55, Baltimore, MD
	North - Pope Transport/M&L/Shockers/KA Chicago, IL 	Street Kids/Easton/PAS, South Bend, IN
	South - Softball Express, Gainesville, GA 		CSC, Cookeville, TN 
	West - 	West Coast Blaze/Swegs/Sanchos, Highland, CA 	Famous, Alta Loma, CA
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2011 	East - 	Bertie's/Hub City Glass, Elizabeth, KY 		McKeesport PNA-352, McKeesport, PA
	North - BBS/Excel Homes/Johnny Ringo's, Rochester, MN 	Sperle Masonry, Fargo, ND
	South - Hustlers, Hopkinsville, KY 			H&H/CTS, Chickamauga, GA
	West - 	West Coast Nitro/Demarini, Highland, CA 	Premier/Lumpy's Diner, Concord, CA
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2012 	East - 	Friendly Transmission/SAL8, Sutherlin, VA 	Shen Valley, Harrisonburg, VA
	North - Heartland Investors, Bismarck, ND 		Team Fatal/The Vault, Hudson, WI
	South - Kentucky Steel/TKO, Cadiz, KY 			Team Adiktiv/Dynasty/D2E, Marietta, GA
	West - 	Classic Glass/Easton/DSS, Sacramento, CA 	A1 Light Truck Parts, Portland, OR
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2013      - Four Corners format Disbanded, just one Class-C National Championship held from 2013

CLASS-D Area Nationals
Class-D (2001-present)
- NOTE - in some years, there may have been more than one tournament in a region, especially if another region was cancelled
Year 	Area -  Winner						Runnerup
2001 	East - 	Slammers, Frankfurt, IL				Angle Inn Assault II, Baltimore, MD
	West - 	Laserbeam, Simi Valley, CA			Tribe, Lee's Summit, MO
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2002 	East - 	Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ			Palm Harbor Paper, Brandon, FL
	West - 	Team Dickies, Diamond Bar, CA			Rawlings Silverbacks, Chula Vista, CA
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2003 	East - 	T.D. Waterhouse/Miken, Middle Village, NY	James R. Smith, Cullman, AL
	West - 	Woodies, San Diego, CA				Gamecocks, La Habra, CA
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2004 	East - 	Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ			RK Construction Fredericksburg, VA
	West - 	Team Worth/Vanguard,  Hollister, CA		Team Nitro/Pierce Auto Highland, CA
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2005 	East - 	Brackins Softball/Allstate, Dothan, AL		Priority One Softball, Charlotte, NC
	West - 	3N2 So Cal, Arcadia, CA				Solberg's, Cedar Rapids, IA
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2006 	East - 	Easton Properties, Hartselle, AL		Priority One Softball Charlotte, NC
	West - 	Mid Valley Plastering, French Camp, CA 		SB Performance Cycles, Hollister, CA
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2007 	East - 	Whites/Riverdogs, Wake Forest, NC		J&R Trucking, Anmoore, WV
	North - Storm/Bosch Financial, Cedar Rapids, IA		Mississippi Heat, Columbus, MS
	South - Lugo’s Heavy Hitters/Mar Designs, Mission, TX	Turn Two, Emory, TX
	West - 	3 Legged Monkeys, South El Monte, CA		Blue Water, Fallbrook, CA
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2008 	East - 	Joe Corbi's, New Windsor, MD 			Manhatten Beer/Club Rouge, Harrison, NY
	North - Dust-Tex, Mandan, ND 				Elbow Room/Presort Plus/CVB, Bismark, ND
	South - Softball Express, Gainesville, GA 		Elite Sporting Goods, Dacula, GA
	West - 	Blue Water, San Diego, CA 			Demarini Elite, Portland, OR
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2009 	East - 	Virginia Select, Crozet, VA 			Elite Sports of Virginia, Tapp, VA
	North - Next Generation/Just 1 More, Owatonna, MN 	Voodoo Lounge, Buffalo Grove, IL
	South - LA Strokers, Duson, LA 				Glover & Company, Dothan, AL
	West - 	Victory Custom Athletics, Saugas, CA 		Hitmen, Grand Terrace, CA
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2010 	East - 	Vinntrans/HIG, Waynesville, NC 			Plumbright/EC Mnagement, Mechanicsville, VA
	North - Team Dynasty, Marietta, GA 			Central Iowa Hawks, Des Moines, IA
	South - Jasper Medical Supply, Jasper, AL 		Tay's Barbeque, Haughton, LA
	West - 	Oregon Outlaws, Keizer, OR 			Nova/PCR, Garden Grove, CA
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2011 	East - 	Northwesterm Mutual, Hagerstown, MD 		Chris's Band Box, West Carrollton, OH
	North - Russell's Paint & Body Shop, Longwood, FL 	Abe's Softbal Club, Kingman, KS
	South - Boar's Butt, Auburn, AL 			Hustlers, Boonville, MS
	West - 	Softball Junkies, Citrus Heights, CA 		BPS/Beyond the Glory, Petaluma, CA
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2012 	East - 	Torco Supply, Bethlehem, PA		 	Voodoo Lounge, Buffalo Grove, IL
	North - TABU, Cedar Rapids, IA 				PIPAC, Cedar Falls, IA
	South - Titans, Murfeesboro, TN 			Pawn Your Bond, Gardendale, AL
	West - 	Galindo, Buena Park, CA 			Relentless Chaos, Menifee, CA
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2013 	East - 	T2W HMD Mojo, Columbus, OH 			Casali Liquors, Cranston, RI
	North - Comatose Spiderz Softball, Beloit, WI 		Roofing Services, Kingman, KS
	South - Linedrive, Winder, GA 				Faith & Hope JN42, Denham Springs, LA
	West - 	LCP, Los Angeles, CA 				AVC, Sacramento, CA
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2014 	East - 	Kings Court, Bridgeport, CT 			Barberini Nissan/Pure Coffee, Southington, CT
	North - PIPAC/Miken, Winthrop, IA 			Players Choice/Elite Training, Holt, MI
	South - Lehigh Valley Polish Water Ice, Bethlehem, PA 	HATA, Inc., Bethlehem, PA
	West - 	DIA/Water Connection/Dutch Mafia, Madera, CA 	Chingon/Monsta Athletics, Indio, CA
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2015 	East - 	Diamond and Ice, Haymarket, VA 			Shinetime/Pit Stop, Seneca, PA
	North - Gap City, Batesville, MS 			Fantasyland, Caledonia, MS
	South - Kass & Company, Peosta, IA 			Men's Hair House/The Box/MMG, Fargo, ND
	West - 	Wavy, Murrieta, CA 				Apex/GS Sports, Fair Oaks, CA
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2016 	East - 	DCL, Glen Allen, VA 				MOJO, Stephens City, VA
	North - - Cancelled
	North - Jethros/Iconic Apparel, Ankeny, IA 		Versatile Roofing Fanatics, Kearney, NE
	South - - Cancelled
	South - DBO, Enid, OK 					Dominators, Mannsville, OK
	West - 	CP/Sewer Septic Pros, Palm Springs, CA 		OTW/Elite-State Champions, San Dimas, CA
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2017 	East - 	Dirt Dogs, Meriden, CT 				RSB, Jackson, NJ
	North - Square One, Oconomowoc, WI 			Tranberg Roofing, Blair, WI
	North - ADL/Swing Nation, Florissant, MO 		MWL, Lincoln, NE
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	Oregon Elite, Portland, OR 			Future Rerates, Santa Clarita, CA
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2018



CLASS-E Area Nationals
Class-E (2009-present, Class-E had the "4 Corners" and crowned 4 National Champs, they did not meet to crown one champ)
- NOTE - in some years, there may have been more than one tournament in a region, especially if another region was cancelled
Year 	Area -  Winner						Runnerup
2009 	East - 	Chumley's, Lafayette, IN			Beeco's Hit Men, Easley, SC
	North - 46 Bar/Mudens, Muskegon, MI			Young Guns, Ottumwa, IA
	South - Almost Famous, Liberty, TX 			Texas Swing, Lockhart, TX
	West - 	Outlawz, Yuba City, CA				De Aquellas, Anaheim, CA
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2010 	East - 	Carolina Moose/Young Guns, Doswell, VA		New Jersey Showtime, Prospect Park, NJ
	North - Stranded/Swift Auto, Des Moines, IA		West Fargo VFW, Fargo, ND
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	Ridgeview/Mayhem, Kingman, AZ			Uprising, Kingman, AZ
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2011 	East - 	Death Clutch, Sterling, VA			BookMaker.com, Warren, OH
	North - Steichen Real Estate, Austin, MN		The Other Bar & Grill, Foley, MN
	South - Wrecking Crew, Laredo, TX			Roger Dorn Softball, Senatobia, MS
	West - 	West Coast Monstas/TPS-SoCal, Yucaipa, CA	WSC Softball, Santa Rosa, CA
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2012 	East - 	Casali Liquors, Cranston, RI			Storm, Gordonsville, PA
	North - Bada Bing/Marquette Bank, Mokena, IL		Sport About Softball, Grand Rapids, MI
	South - PTI/Flying Bananas, Corinth, MS			Sports Country, Mooreville, MS
	West - 	On Site, San Pedro, CA				Shock Therapy, Sacramento, CA
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2013 	East - 	D&R Miller Concrete, Goshen, IN			Home Town Villians, Mechanicsville, VA
	North - Lehigh Valley Polish Water Ice, Bethlehem, PA	The Handymen, Waverly, IA
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	Vortex Black, Bow, WA				Anarchy/Miken, Lincoln, CA
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2014 	East - 	One Hit Wonders, Stratford, CT			Jets, Coldwater, MI
	North - Mulligans/Je Dunn/JLG, Williston, ND		63 Club, Rochester, MN
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	LOS, Stockton, CA				WOW/Nasty, Lancaster, CA
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2015 	East - 	SmashMouth/Dirty Earl & The Boys, Durham, NC 	JLG, Henrico, VA
	North - Cedar Rapid Malisha, Cedar Rapid, IA 		Rack City, Des Moines, IA
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	All Coast, Fort Bragg, CA 			DBO, Ukiah, CA
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2016 	East - 	Maulers, Burke, VA 				Land Enhancements-USI, Water Works, NJ
	North - Dewey's, Montevideo, MN 			JJ Sports, Eagle Grove, IA
	North - Aftershock, Muskegon, MI 			Great Lakes Water Laser, Marshall, MI
	South - - Cancelled
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	Bad Company, Everett, WA 			Talamo Foods, San Francisco, CA
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2017 	East - 	Launch Softball, Milford, CT 			iFitness, Bridgeton, NJ
	North - Dickson Law/Knife River Credit, Bismarck, ND 	Hazardous, Watertown, SD
	North - Rock Run, Topeka, IN 				West Michigan Storm, Hastings, MI
	South - - Cancelled
	West - 	No Worrys, Yuma, AZ 				Master Batters, Serra Mesa, CA
	West - 	CB Painting, Everett, WA 			FNA, Washougal, WA
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2018

ASA Major Industrial National Championships



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ASA Class - A Industrial National Champions (Invitational in 1974)
Year	Champion					Runner-up
1974	Sears & Roebuck, Minneapolis, MN		Letter Carriers, Louisville, KY
	MVP - Danny Ellis, Sears
1975	- no information or not held
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	In 1974, the Class-A Industrial National was an Invitational, the tournament Officially started in 1976
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1976	New York Telephone, Long Island, NY		Sears-Sunny's, Minneapolis, MN
	MVP - Tim Kackman, Sears
	Batting Leader - Danny Ellis, Sears (.650, 1 HR)
	HR Leader - Glen Ecklund, NY Telephone - 1
1977	Delta Airlines Bucks, Atlanta, GA		Pittsburgh Plate Glass Industries, Shelby, NC
	MVP - ?
1978	Peabody Coal, Rockport, KY			Central Telephone, Hickory, NC
	MVP - Fonzo Decker, Peabody Coal
	Batting Leader - Marc Madro, Digital Equipment (12-16) - .750
1979	Leslie Fay, Wilkes-Barre, PA			New York Telephone, Long Island, NY
	MVP - Don Kenia, Leslie Fay (15-24, .625, 3 HRs, 11 RBIs, 10 Runs)
	Batting Leader - Mike Smith, Apico (13-16, 5 HRs, 13 RBIs, 9 Runs) - .813
	HR Leader - Glen Ecklund, NY Telephone (17-33, .515, 25 RBIs, 16 Runs) - 7
1980	Local 761, Louisville, KY			Avondale Shipyard, New Orleand, LA
	MVP - Ron Geary, Local 761
1981	Central Telephone, Hickory, NC			UPS, Minneapolis, MN
	MVP -Larry Sisk, Central Telephone 
1982	General Dynamics, Warren, MI			Comm Scope, Statesville, NC
	MVP - Kevin Delling, General Dynamics
	MV Pitcher - Bill Gregoire, General Dynamics
1983	Hydromatic Crush, Three Rivers, MI		Sons of Italy/UAW Local 1112, Warren, OH
	MVP - Marshall Eberstein, Hydromatic Crush
	Batting Leading - Phil Davis, TI Travelers - .679
1984	Brown & Williamson, Macon, GA			Texas Instrument Travelers, Dallas, TX
	MVP - ? 
1985	Brown & Williamson, Macon, GA			Bergstrom AFB Baron, Austin, TX
	MVP - ? 
1986	Avco-Lycoming Textron, Stratford, CT		Hamilton CEEA, Hamilton, OH
	MVP - ? 
1987	UAW Local 112/Cochran Pontiac, Youngstown, OH	Brown & Williamson, Macon, GA
	MVP - ? 
1988	Boeing, Oak Valley, TN				Textron, Stratford, CT	
	MVP - ? 
1989	Textron-Lycoming, Stratford, CT			Fridley Legion Outlaws, Minneapolis, MN
	MVP - Phil Nastu, Textron
1990	Textron Lycoming, Stratford, CT			Image Carpets, Rome, GA
	MVP - Jeff Husom, Outlaws
	HR Leader and Batting Leader - Josh Culberson, Image Carpets (.811, 16 HRs)
1991	Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, CO		Amtrak, Wilmington, DE
	MVP - ? 
1992	Grumman Tomcats, Oakdale, NY			Fort Campbell Eagles, Clarksville, TN
	MVP - ?
	HR & Batting Leader - Nate Moore, Fort Campbell (.868, 8 HRs)
1993	Olympic Steel, Milford, CT			The Press, College Station, TX
	MVP - ?
1994	US Navy/Jacksonville, Orange Park, FL		US Air Firestone, Charlotte, NC
	MVP - Jim Presley, Navy/Jacksonville
1995	Worthington Industrial, Hilliard, OH		Local 2000 UAW Ford, Avon Lake, OH
	MVP - ?
1996	Luria Brothers, Ellwood, PA			UAW Local 1112/Dental Associates, Warren, OH
	MVP - Jay Jeter, Luria Brothers
1997	Shaw One, Dalton, GA				UAW Ford Millinax, Sheffield Lake, OH
	MVP - ?
1998	Avandale Industries, Marreor, LA		Worthington Industries, Columbus, OH
	MVP - Randy Branoff, Avondale
1999	Toyota Power, Georgetown, KY			IAFF/Norfolk, Norfolk, VA
	MVP - ?
2000	Worthington Industries, Columbus, OH		Honda Wings, Marysville, OH
	MVP - Jack Shone, Worthington
2001	C&W Cable, Annville, KY				Local #392 Blue, Cincinnati, OH
	MVP - Jodi Taylor, C&W Cable
2002	Elite Softball Club, Inc., Suwanee, GA		Phillip Morris USA, Richmond, VA
	MVP - Ron Pearce, Elite Softball
2003	AAA Cooper, Dothan, AL				Kentucky Erectors, London, KY
	MVP - RJ Johnson, AAA Cooper
2004	AFS, Enterprise, AL				MGM, Montgomery, AL
	MVP - Chris Martin, AFS
2005	BMW Beamers, Greer, SC				BBA Fiberweb, Old Hickory, TN
	MVP - Jonathon Devall, BMW
2006	- Industrial "A" class eliminated - ASA discontinued All Industrial play in 2017

ASA Major/Class-A Church National Championships (Invitational up to 1974)
Year	Class	Champion					Runner-up
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	In 1961, Richmond, VA held an Invitational Church National. 20 Teams competed in this event. 
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1961	-	Shenandoah Heights Baptist, Waynesboro, VA	St. Pius X, Norfolk, VA
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	There is no record of any Church Nationals or Invitationals after 1961 and all the way up to 1970.
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1971	-	Grace Baptist, Chattonooga, TN			St. Luke's, Chattanooga, TN
1972	-	St. Polycarp Catholic, Louisville, KY		Grace Baptist, Chattanooga, TN
1973	-	St. Polycarp Catholic, Louisville, KY		St. Luke's, Chattanooga, TN
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	From 1971-73, the Major Church Nationals were Invitationals, the Church National Officially started in 1974
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1974	Major	St. Martin's, St Louis, MO			St. John's Lordship Community, Stratford, CT
1975	Major	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL		Clarkesville Church, Clarkesville, TN
1976	Major	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL		St. Elizabeth, Cincinnati, OH
1977	Major	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL		Turkey Creek, Tampa, FL
1978	Major	Grace Methodist Black, Oklahoma City, OK	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL
1979	Major	Grace Methodist Black, Oklahoma City, OK	Westconnett Baptist, Jacksonville, FL
1980	Major	West End Baptist, Houston, TX (164-27)		Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL
1981	Major	First Methodist Lobos, Lewisville, TX		West End Baptist, Houston, TX
1982	Major	Grace Methodist Black, Oklahoma City, OK	Brandon Avenue Methodist, Dallas.TX
1983	Major	Northside Baptist, Arlington, TX		First Methodist Lobos, Lewisville, TX
1984	Major	First Baptist, Palatka, FL			Revival Tabernacle, Lexington, KY
1985	Major	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL		Revival Tabernacle, Lexington, KY
	Class-A	Blessed Sacrament, Savannah, MO			First Baptist Black, Norman, OK
1986	Major	New Covenant Christian, Oklahoma City, OK	Hickory Hammock Baptist, Milton, FL
	Class-A	Park Avenue Covenant, Minnesota, MN		Mount Lebanon, Randleman, NC
1987	Major	12th Street Baptist, Gadsden, AL		Trinity Christian, St. Augustine, FL
	Class-A	Rehobeth Presbyterian, Tucker, GA		Our Lady of Perpetual Holiness, Mermentau, LA
1988	Major	Choto Presbyterian, Knoxville, TN		Kushla Baptist, Mobile, MS
	Class-A	First Baptist, Hendersonville, TN		Two Rivers Baptist, Nashville, TN
1989	Major	Choto Presbyterian, Knoxville, TN		Westside Baptist, Jacksonville, FL
	Class-A	First Baptist, Hendersonville, TN		Oakview Presbyterian, Burlington, NC
1990	Major	Mt. Zion Methodist, Gadsden, AL			Daphne Methodist, Fairhope, AL
	Class-A	First Baptist, Hendersonville, TN		Bolivar First Baptist, Bolivar, TN
1991	Major	Oakview Presbyterian, Burlington, NC		Calvery Assembly of God, Winter Park, FL
	Class-A	First Free Will Baptist, Albany, GA		Kathleen Baptist, Lakeland, FL	
1992	Major	Rehobeth Presbyterian, Tucker, GA		First Free Will Baptist, Albany, GA
	Class-A	Plymouth Park Baptist, Irving, TX		St. Mary's/Bravos, Ponca City, OK
1993	Major	Rehobeth Presbyterian, Lilburn, GA		First Free Will Baptist, Albany, GA
	Class-A	Central Park, Decatur, AL			First Baptist Centerpoint, Birmingham, AL
1994	Major	Pathway Church of God, Mobile, AL		Rehobeth Presbyterian, Lilburn, GA
	Class-A	Golf Course Rd. Church of Christ, Midland, TX	St. Mary's, Ponca, City, OK
1995	Major	First Baptist, Houston, TX			Rehobeth Presbyterian, Lilburn, GA
	Class-A	First United Pentecostal, Monroe, LA		First Free Will Baptist, Albany, GA
1996	Major	Olive Baptist, Pensacola, FL			Houston First Baptist, Houston, TX
	Class-A	Cottage Hill, Mobile, AL			Heritage Baptist, Waxahachie, TX
1997	Major	Pathway Chrch of God, Mobile, AL		Houston First Baptist, Houston, TX
	Class-A	Second Baptist, Houston, TX			Immaculate Conception, Denham Springs, LA
1998	Major	Houston First Baptist, Houston, TX		Lighthouse, Chattanooga, TN
	Class-A	First Free Will Baptist, Albany, GA		Christian Life, Monroe, LA
1999	Major	Rehobeth Presbyterian, Lilburn, GA		Dinsmore Baptist, Jacksonville, FL
	Class-A	St. Mary's, Ponca City, OK			Oakhurst Baptist, Clarksdale, MS
2000	Major	Rehobeth Presbyterian, Marietta, GA		Faith, Morgantown, IN
	Class-A	Evangel Temple, Jacksonville, FL		Christian Life, Monroe, LA
2001	Major	- Cancelled					N/A
	Class-A	Evangel Temple, Jacksonville, MS		Oakview Methodist, Fairview, AL
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	Starting in 2002, when ASA discontined the Class-A Church National, these were just called the Church Nationals
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2002	-	CIA/Everlasting Life, Gadsden, AL		BIC/Worth, Longwood, FL
2003	-	Full Gospel, Hamilton, OH			Evangel Temple, Jacksonville, FL
2004	-	Global Ministries, Jacksonville, FL		New Day Christian Center, Walker, LA
2005	-	New Day, Denhem Springs, LA			Celebration, Jacksonville, FL
2006	-	Evangel Temple, Jacksonville, FL		Our Lady of Sorrows, Victoria, TX
2007	-	Evangel Temple, Jacksonville, FL		South side Baptist, Dothan, AL
2008	-	Eastside Baptist, Jasper, AL			Oak City Assembly of God, Tallahassee, FL
2009	-	Holy Family Church, Lawton, OK			Agape, Plano, TX
2010	-	Eastside Baptist, Jasper, AL			Holy Family Church, Lawton, OK
2011	-	Memphis Baptist, Dothan, AL			Coal Mountain Baptist, Cumming, GA
2012	-	Eastside Baptist, Jasper, AL			Holy Family Church, Lawton, OK
2013	-	- Cancelled					N/A
2014	-	Evangel Temple-1 AM, Jacksonville, FL 		Sumiton United Methodist, Sumiton, AL
2015	-	- Cancelled					N/A
2016	-	Church Slow Pitch Nationals Discontinued


Masters and Seniors
ASA Men's 35 and over
Year	Champions
1984 	St. Pat's Knights of Columbus/Budweiser, Warren, MI (Invitational)
1985 	Budweiser, Warren, MI
1986 	Budweiser, Warren, MI
1987 	Budweiser, Detroit, MI
1988 	Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1989 	Nothdurft Tool & Die, Mt Clemens, MI	(MVP-Mike Turk, Nothdurft)
1990 	Nothdurft Tool & Die, Mt Clemens, MI	(MVP-Mike Turk, Nothdurft)
1991 	Virginia Pets, Annandale, VA
1992 	Nothdurft, Clinton Township, MI
1993 	Nothdurft, Clinton Township, MI
1994 	Vector Security, Harrisburg, PA
1995 	Winchell Clinic, Evansville, IN
1996	Capitol X-Ray, Herndon, VA
1997	Winchell Chiropractic, Evansville, IN
1998	Minnesota Merchants, Eden Prairie, MN
1999	Minnesota Merchants, Eden Prairie, MN
2000	Thurs Roofing, Brooklyn Park, MN
2001	Fourstar, Cleveland, OH
2002	Warthen Fuel/Eagle Group/TPS, Dover, DE
2003	Minnesota Merchants, Eden Prairie, MN
2004	- Cancelled
2005	AIA/Enola Sportsmen, Harrisburg, PA
2006	Cornerstone/Heritage Carpentry, Norwalk, CT
2007	Heritage Carpentry, Norwalk, CT
2008	Production Painting, Stamford, CT
2009	Team Kohn/Supreme, Naples, FL
2010	Fence Brokers/Team Kitty/Club Z/Romeo Sports, Homewood, AL
2012	Dust-Tex/Broken Oar/Bud Light, Mandan, ND 	(Rec Champs, Comp Cancelled)
2013	- Cancelled
2014	- Cancelled
2015	- Cancelled
2016	Center Merchants, Center, ND
2017	Miller Lite, Moorhead, MN
2018
ASA Men's 40 and over
Year	Champions
1990 	Interstate Battery, Angier, NC
1991 	Old A's, El Sombrante, CA
1992 	California Burgers, Citrus Heights, CA
1993 	California Burgers, Citrus Heights, CA
1994 	Capital X-Ray Classics, Fairfax, VA
1995 	Harrison's, Portsmouth, VA
1996	ECN Mortgage, Melbourne, FL
1997	Maroadi Transfer, Jeannette, PA
1998	Triangle Masters, Raleigh, NC
1999	Sun Devils, Orange, CA
2000	Sun Devils, Orange, CA
2001	7-7 Tires, Evansville, IN
2002	X-Treme/Impact, Woodbridge, VA
2003	M. A. Clary Construction, San Carlos, CA
2004	Big Dogs/HET/Shelds Paving, Pittsburgh, PA
2005	M.A. Clary Construction/O'C Volvo, San Carlos, CA
2006	Team Worth, Ft. Pierce, FL
2007	JK Incorporated, Anaheim, CA
2008	JK Incorporated, Anaheim, CA
2009	Fencebrokers/Team Kitty/Club Z/Romeo's Sports, Birmingham, AL
2010	JK Incorporated, Anaheim, CA
2011	JK Incorporated, Anaheim, CA
2012	Fencebrokers/Team Kitty/Club Z, Birmingham, AL	(Comp Champs)
	Virginia Masters, Mechanicsville, VA		(Rec Champs)
2013	Virginia Masters, Mechanicsville, VA		(Rec Champs, Comp Cancelled)
2014	Touch of Gray, Edmond, OK
2015	- Cancelled
2016	Team LTP, Manalapan, NJ
2017	Team LTP, Manalapan, NJ
2018
ASA Men's 45 and over
Year	Champions
1987 	Hanson Savings & Loan, Beltsville, MD
1988 	Lithoplates North, Charlotte, NC
1989 	Capitol Oil, Columbus, IN		(Batting Champ - Hal Wiggins, Masters12)
1990 	Capitol Oil, Columbus, IN		(All America - Bert Smith, Seta)
1991 	Northdruft, Clinton, IN
1992 	Country's Cable, Monroe, WA
1994 	Dan Smith Plastering, San Jose, CA
1995 	Dan Smith Plastering, San Jose, CA
1996	Winchell Chiropractic, Evansville, IN
1997	Maroadi Transfer, Jeannette, PA
1998	Maroadi Transfer, Jeannette, PA
1999	Maroadi Transfer, Jeannette, PA
2000	Maroadi Transfer, Jeannette, PA
2001	Maroadi Transfer/Frank-N-Stein, Jeannette, PA
2002	Maroadi Transfer/Frank-N-Stein/Hoov's/Big Dogs/Sports Page, Jeannette, PA
2003	Golf Warehouse, Elk River, MN
2004	Courtesy Auto Body, Culver City, CA
2005	Courtesy Auto Body, Culver City, CA
2006	- Cancelled
2007	Courtesy/Kelly's Sports/Combat, Culver City, CA
2008	- Cancelled
2009	Courtesy Auto Body, Culver City, CA
2010	Minnesota Merchants, Minneapolis, MN
2011	Minnesota Merchants, Minneapolis, MN
2012	- Cancelled
2013	- Cancelled
2014	N/A - Cancelled
2015	N/A - Cancelled
2016	N/A - Cancelled
2017	N/A - Not held
2018	N/A - Not held
ASA Men's 50 and over
Year	Class	Champions
1992	Major	Great Lakes UAW-1112, Youngstown, OH
1993	Major	Betty and Jakes, Baltimore, MD
1994	Major	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
1995	Major	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
1996	Major	Montgomery Auto, Washington, DC
1997	Major	Fergies, Annapolis, MD
1998	Major	Fergies, Annapolis, MD
1999	Major	Dan Smith Softball, Spokane, WA
	A	Hendricks Sports, Houston, TX
2000	Major	Fergies, Annapolis, MD
	A	Florida Crush Brevard, Melbourne, FL
2001	Major	Fergies, Annapolis, MD
	A	Indiana Legends Plainfield, IN
2002	Major	Florida Crush/Demarini, Boca Raton, FL
	A	Angle Inn, Joppa, MD
2003	Major	Fergies, Queenstown, MD
	A	Tee's & Cue's, Orlando, FL
2004	Major +	Kelly's Sports, Fairfield, CA
	Major	- Not Held
	AAA	Pop A Top, Stew Yuma, AZ
	AA	JSA/Moe's, Dover, NH
2005	Major +	Al Estes Bail Bonds, Pinellas Park, FL
	Major	Murphy's Law, Springfield, VA
	AAA	Pill & Pill, Martinsburg, WV
	AA	TNT Sports Club, Norristown, PA
2006	Major +	Connecticut Sports Plex, North Branford, CT
	Major	Travelodge Bears, Martinsville, IN
	AAA	Triangle Cobras, Raleigh, NC
	AA	KJP Sales, Midland, MI
2007	Major +	Damon's Grill, Baltimore, MD
	Major	Travelodge 55's, Martinsville, IN
	AAA	KJP Sales, Midland, MI
	AA	State College, Saxton, PA
======= 50+ Divided into East and West
2008	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	Frederick Chevrolet/E&E Metal Fab., Harrisburg, PA
	AAA East	Carpenter's Legends, Youngsville, NC
	AA East		Indiana Old Stars, Cedar Lake, IN
	Major + West	- Cancelled
	Major West	- Cancelled
	AAA West	Dust-Tex, Mandan, ND
	AA West		Dust-Tex, Mandan, ND
2009	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	Carpenter's Legends, Youngsville, NC
	AAA East	Eagle Tile/Who's On First, Stevensville, MD
	AA East		Helwigs, Milford, CT
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2010	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	IMS Dogs, Aldie, VA
	AAA East	Dust-Tex, Mandan, ND
	AA East		TNT Sports Club, Norristown, PA
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2011	Major + Classification Discontinued
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Dust-Tex, Mandan, ND
	AA East		Dudleck Guttering, Burlington, NC
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2012	Major East	Veltri/Vector-AIA/Turkey Hill, Harrisburg, PA
	AAA East	Carolina A'S, Concord, NC
	AA East		Spring-Ford AA, Linfield, PA
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2013	Major East	Louisville, KY
	AAA East	TNT Sports Club, Norristown, PA
	AA East		Grill 584/Dave's Furniture, Burlington, NC
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2014	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	JJM Properties/Silver Bullets, Milford, CT
	AA East		Indiana Old Stars, Cedar Lake, IN
	All 50 West	- Cancelled
2015	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Casner Environmental, Joppa, MD
	AA East		Grill 584, Burlington, NC
	Major West	Doerflingers, Yelm, WA
	AAA West	- Cancelled
	AA West		- Cancelled
2016	Major East	TNT Sports Club, Norristown, PA
	AAA East	Carolina Five-O, Raleigh, NC
	AA East		Garner Lumber, Huntingdon, PA
	Major West	Cornerstone, Portland, OR
	AAA West	Portland Marathon, Vancouver, WA
	AA West		- Cancelled
2017	Major East	Hard Hat/Latellas/Viosports, East Haven, CT
	AAA East	Carolina Five-O, Raleigh, NC
	AA East		Garner Lumber, Huntingdon, PA
	All 50 West	- Not Held
2018
ASA Men's 55 and over
Year	Class	Champions
1988	Major	Southern Cal Braves, San Marcos, CA
1989	Major	The Masters 12, Harrison, OH
1990	Major	Cane Run Stables, Fort Wright, KY	(Ray Whitey Brown - All American)
1991	Major	Wiggins Iron Works, Savannah, GA
1992	Major	Joseph Chevrolet, Cincinnati, OH
1993	Major	Nothdurft, Clinton Township, MI
1994	Major	Nothdurft, Warren, MI
1995	Major	Florida Legends, Fort Myers, FL
1996	Major	Nothdurft, St. Clair, MI
1997	Major	Florida Legends, Fort Myers, FL
1998	Major	Florida Legends, Fort Myers, FL
1999	Major	Sawtre Texas Legends, Garland, TX
2000	Major	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
	A	Georgia Express, Buford, GA
2001	Major	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
	A	- Not Held
2002	Major	Faith Electric, Cartersville, GA
	A	Johnson City 55's, Johnson City, TN
2003	Major	Houston Texans, Spring, TX
	A	Storm, West Palm Beach, FL
2004	Major	Old A's, Walnut Creek, CA
	A	- Not Held
2005	Major +	Turn Two/Rekco/County Sports, Richmond, VA
	Major	American Marking, Birmingham, AL
	AAA	Double LL Roofing, Orlando, FL
	AA	Dayton Legends, Dayton, OH
2006	Major +	Connecticut Sports Plex, North Branford, CT
	Major	Murphy's Law, Springfield, VA
	AAA	New Jersey Hitmen, Stocton, NJ
	AA	High Street Bucs, Baltimore, MD
2007	Major +	Spicers/33 1/2, Olney, MD
	Major	NJ Hitmen, Stockton, NJ
	AAA	VA Vending/TGI Fridays, Richmond, VA
	AA	Southland Log Homes, Christiansburg, VA
======= 55+ Divided into East and West
2008	Major + East	Travelodge, Columbus, IN
	Major East	Southern Slam, Moultrie, GA
	AAA East	Northern Virginia Force, Springfield, VA
	AA East		Lou's Royals, Charlotte, NC
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2009	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	Sportsman Shop/Elite/Spicers, Richmond, VA
	AAA East	High Street Bucs, Baltimore, MD
	AA East		Spring-Ford AA, Linfield, PA
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2010	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	High Street Bucs, Baltimore, MD
	AAA East	Double Nickel, Virginia Beach, VA
	AA East		Scoreboard/Roadhouse Blues, Stroudsburg, PA
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2011	Major + Classification Discontinued
	Major East	Kinnco, Columbus, IN 
	AAA East	- Not Held
	AA East		Lewisville Masters, Clemmons, NC
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2012	Major East	DHC/Kinnco, Columbus, IN
	AAA East	High Street Bucs, Baltimore, MD
	AA East		Golden Vipers, Sterling Heights, MI
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2013	Major East	Triangle Masters, Chapel Hill, NC
	AAA East	- Not Held
	AA East		Golden Vipers, Sterling Heights, MI
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2014	Major East	Triangle Masters, Chapel Hill, NC
	AAA East	Lewisville Masters, Clemmons, NC
	AA East		Angus Barn-PCI, Youngsville, NC
	All 55 West	- Cancelled
2015	Major East	Triangle Masters, Chapel Hill, NC
	AAA East	Lewisville Masters, Clemmons, NC
	AA East		Big Earl & George's Softball, Burlington, NC
	Major West	Wolf Pack, Oregon
	AAA West	- Cancelled
	AA West		- Cancelled
2016	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Lewisville Masters, Clemmons, NC
	AA East		DJ Seniors, Burlington, NC
	Major West	NW Hitmen, Lacy, WA
	AAA West	- Cancelled
	AA West		- Cancelled
2017	Major East	Speed 55, Cornelius, NC
	AAA East	Lewisville Masters, Clemmons, NC
	AA East		DJ Seniors, Burlington, NC
	All 55 West	- Not Held
2018
ASA Men's 60 and over
Year	Class	Champions
1993	Major	Forrest Park, Tyrone, GA
1994	Major	Tri-State Masters, Dayton, OH
1995	Major	Fairway Ford, Placenta, CA
1996	Major	Fairway Ford, Placenta, CA
1997	Major	Wopac Masters ,Cincinnati, OH
1998	Major	North Cal Blue Jays, Redwood City, CA
1999	Major	Florida Crush, Fort Meyers, FL
2000	Major	- Not Held
	A	Dan's Montgomery Auto, Glen Burnie, MD
2001	Major	Florida Crush Legends, Ft. Meyers, FL	
	A	Oklahoma Seniors Tulsa, OK
2002	Major	Florida Crush Legends, Ft. Meyers, FL
	A	Chattanooga Choo Choos, Chichamauauga, TN
2003	Major	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
	A	3 Amigo's Pro Shop, Lady Lake, FL
2004	Major +	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
	AAA	V 60, San Jose, CA
2005	Major +	Thomas Engineering/Tanel 360, Manassas, VA
	Major	Bogey's Sports Bar, Burlington, NC
	AAA	Tharaldson Enterprise, Las Vegas, NV
	AA	Tidewater Patriots, Virginia Beach, VA
2006	Major +	Thomas Engineering/Tanel 360, Manassas, VA
	Major	Bogey's Sports Bar, Burlington, NC
	AAA	Chadwell Homes, Enrico, FL
	AA	Sports Lettering, Knoxville, TN
2007	Major +	Spicers/Turn Two, Richmond, VA
	Major	Matador Club, Birmingham, AL
	AAA	Tidewater 60's, Portsmouth, VA
	AA	Southern Sixties, Buford, GA
======= 60+ Divided into East and West
2008	Major + East	Turn Two/Haynes Jeep/Elite, Richmond, VA
	Major East	Spicer Properties, Keedysville, MD
	AAA East	Flip Dow Bonding Seniors, Gastonia, NC
	AA East		Great Lakes Financial, Midland, MI
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2009	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	Tidewater 60s, Portsmouth, VA 
	AAA East	Express, Carrollton, GA
	AA East		Great Lakes Financial, Midland, MI
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2010	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	Spicer Properties, Keedysville, MD
	AAA East	Southland Log Homes, Blacksburg, VA
	AA East		Spring-Ford AA, Linfield, PA
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2011	Major + Classification Discontinued
	Major East	Northern Virginia Force, Springfield, VA
	AAA East	Code Electric, Raleigh, NC
	AA East		Tri-City 60'S Elizabethton, TN
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2012	Major East	Turn Two/Chavis Softball, Wake Forest, NC
	AAA East	Lou's Royals, Charlotte, NC 
	AA East		State College, State College, PA
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2013	Major East	Superior Senior Softball, Richmond, VA
	AAA East	Carolina Cobras, Chapel Hill, NC
	AA East		Chesapeake 60s, Owings Mills, MD
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2014	Major East	Superior Senior Softball, Richmond, VA
	AAA East	Telmanik Travel, Fort Mill, SC
	AA East		Rookies Bar, Lansing, MI
	All 60 West	- Cancelled
2015	Major East	Superior Senior Softball, Richmond, VA
	AAA East	CH Engineering, Zebulon, NC
	AA East		Flip Dow Bonding Seniors, Gastonia, NC
	Major West	- Cancelled
	AAA West	CC Over, Boise, ID
	AA West		- Cancelled
2016	Major East	Carolina Cobras, Chapel Hill, NC
	AAA East	Golden Vipers, Sterling Heights, MI
	AA East		Rookies Bar, Lansing, MI
	Major West	- Cancelled
	AAA West	Trachshel Auto Body, Salem, OR
	AA West		- Cancelled
2017	Major East	Golden Vipers, Sterling Heights, MI
	AAA East	Crossfit/RDU, Wake Forest, NC
	AA East		Pine Grove Mills VFW, State College, PA
	All 60 West	- Not Held
2018
ASA Men's 65 and over
Year	Class	Champions
1994	Major	Old Dominion, Virginia
1995	Major	HW Sport, Fort Wright, KY
1996	Major	Palm Springs 65's, Westminster, CA
1997	Major	- Cancelled
1998	Major	- Cancelled
1999	Major	Fairway Ford, Placentia, CA
2000	Major	Florida Investment Properties, Lantana, CA
	A	Georgia Peaches, Kathleen, GA
2001	Major	Fairway Ford, Placentia, CA
	A	Georgia Crackers, Dacula, GA
2002	Major	- Not Held
	A	Oklahoma Seniors, Oklahoma City, OK
2003	Major	Dixie Gas, North Palm Beach, FL
	A	- Not Held
2004	Major +	Emerald City Masters, Seattle, WA
	AAA	Fairway Ford, Placentia, CA
2005	Major +	Florida Legends, Nokomis, FL
	Major	Stafford Sales, Burlington, KY
	AAA	T-Graphics, Charleston, WV
	AA	Virginians 65s, Richmond, VA
2006	Major +	- Not Held
	Major	- Not Held
	AAA	Carolina Blue Sky's, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
	AA	Virginia Cavaliers, Great Falls, VA
2007	Major +	Florida Legends/Human Kinetics, Nokomis, FL
	Major	Premium Seats, Jupiter, FL
	AAA	GA Nuggets, Grayson, GA
	AA	Richmond Classics/Estes Express, Richmond, VA
======= 65+ Divided into East and West
2008	Major + East	Florida Legends/Human Kinetics, Nokomis, FL
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Georgia Nuggets, Grayson, GA
	AA East		Burlington Classics, Burlington, NC
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2009	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Blaze, Burlington, NC
	AA East		Burlington Classics, Burlington, NC
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2010	Major + East	- Not Held
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Knoxville Stars/Sports Lettering, Knoxville, TN
	AA East		Turnpike Ford, Charleston, WV 
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2011	Major + Classification Discontinued
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Huffman Electric, Carrolton, GA
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2012	Major East	Not Held
	AAA East	Spicer Properties 65s, Keedysville, MD
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2013	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Spicer Properties 65s, Keedysville, MD
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2014	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Spicer Properties 65s, Keedysville, MD
	AA East		CH Engineering, Raleigh, NC
	All 65 West	- Cancelled
2015	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	CH Engineering, Zebulon, NC
	AA East		Flip Dow Bonding 65s, Gastonia, NC
	Major West	N/A - Cancelled
	AAA West	Last of the Old Growth, Grants Pass, OR
	AA West		Sims, Lacy, WA
2016	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Carolina Cobras, Chapel Hill, NC
	AA East		Code Electric/Oakes Grading, Raleigh, NC
	Major West	Trachshel Auto Body, Salem, OR
	AAA West	Auto Accessory Distributing, Oregon City, OR
	AA West		Reliant Recovery Water, Hillsboro, OR
2017	Major Plus +	Carolina Cobras, Chapel Hill, NC
	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Northern VA Force 65, Springfield, VA
	AA East		Code Electric/Oakes Grading, Raleigh, NC
	All 65 West	- Not Held
2018
ASA Men's 70 and over
Year	Champions
1994	-	Thomas Engineering, Manassas, VA
1995	-	- Cancelled
1996	-	- Cancelled
1997	-	- Cancelled
1998	-	- Cancelled
1999	-	- Cancelled
2000	-	- Cancelled
2001	-	Georgia Peaches, Norcross, GA
2002	-	- Cancelled
2003	-	- Cancelled
2004	-	- Cancelled
2005	-	- Cancelled
2006	-	- Cancelled
2007	Major	Southern Pride, Montgomery, AL 
	AAA	Hamel's 70s, Owings, MD
======= 70+ Divided into East and West
2008	Major East	Georgia Peaches, Lawrenceville, GA
	AAA East	- Not Held
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2009	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Burlington Classics II, Burlington, NC
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2010	Major East	Hamel's 70s, Elkridge, MD
	AAA East	Burlington Classics II, Burlington, NC
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2011	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Carolina Cardinals 70s, Apex, NC
	AA East		- Not Held
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2012	All 70 East	- Cancelled
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2013	All 70 East	- Cancelled
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2014	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Georgia Nuggets, Grayson, GA
	AA East		Burlington Classics, Mebane, NC
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2015	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	Carolina Cardinals 70+, Apex, NC
	AA East		Burlington Classics, Mebane, NC
	Major West	- Cancelled
	AAA West	Bonaventure, Vancouver, WA
	AA West		- Cancelled
2016	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	- Not Held
	AA East		Richmond Classics/Estes Express Line, Richmond, VA
	Major West	- Cancelled
	AAA West	Sims, Lacy, WA
	AA West		- Cancelled
2017	Major East	- Not Held
	AAA East	- Not Held
	AA East		Flip Dow Bonding, Gastonia, NC
	All 70 West	- Cancelled
2018
ASA Men's 75 and over
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	
	AA East 	Leiden's Legends, Augusta, GA
	All 75 West	N/A - Cancelled
2016	AAA East 	Carolina Blue Sky, Jacksonville, NC
	AA East 	Burlington Classics, Burlington, NC
	All 75 West	N/A - Cancelled
2017	AAA East 	Carolina Blue Sky, Jacksonville, NC
	AA East 	Burlington Classics, Mebane, NC
	All 75 West	N/A - Cancelled
2018

1971 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch National Tournament

1971 held at Louisville, Kentucky.


Co-ChampionTroy Redman, Troy, Michigan
Co-ChampionSt. Patrick’s Knights of Columbus, Detroit, Michigan


  • No MVP or all tournament team was named and no other information available

The winners bracket final between Troy Redmen and St. Patricks was tied 6-6 in the fifth inning when torrential rains came and washed away the rest of the tournament. Troy and St. Pats were awarded Co-Champs and Des Speilhaus of Wisconsin and Fairport Merchants of Rochester third and fourth respectively. Both were alive in the losers bracket.

Jefferson County Merchants and 5&10 Tap were awarded 5th and 6th as they were still alive as well, but did not advance as far as the other two teams with one loss. Also, Fairport defeated Jefferson County head-to-head. In the final few games played:

Winner’s bracket – Fairport Rochester Merchants defeated Jefferson County Merchants 4-1. Troy Redmen defeated Fairport Rochester Merchants 15-5. St. Patricks K of C defeated Milwaukee 5&10 Tap 10-3. In Loser’s Bracket games; Des Speilhaus eliminated Schumachers 12-4. Jefferson Merchants eliminated Corbin Pepsi Cola.


FINAL STANDINGS

1t. Troy Holy Name Redmen, Troy, OH (4-0)
1t. St. Patrick’s K of C, Detroit, MI (4-0)
3. Des Spielhaus, River Falls, WI (6-1)
4. Fairport Merchants, Rochester, NY (2-1)
5t. Jefferson County Merchants, Louisville, KY (4-1)
5t. 5&10 Tap, Milwaukee, WI (2-1)
7t. Schumacher SWBT, St. Louis, MO (4-2)
7t. American Savings, Pekin, IL (3-2)
9t. Pepsi Cola, Corbin, KY (2-2)
9t. Wayside, Buffalo, MN (2-2)
9t. Shoney’s Big Boy, Richmond, VA (2-2)
9t. St. Elizabeth, Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
13t. Minnesota Mutual, St. Paul, MN (1-2)
13t. Moore Painting, Orlando, FL (1-2)
13t. Milford Merchants, Milford, MI (1-2)
13t. Howard Johnson’s, Lexington, KY (1-2)
17t. Mack’s Lounge, Newport, RI (1-2)
17t. Local 851, Joliet, IL (1-2)
17t. Digby Dodgers, Indianapolis, IN (1-2)
17t. Hicks Chevrolet, Kansas City, MO (0-2)
17t. Embalmers, Wilmington, DE (0-2)
17t. Red Roosters, Grand Island, NE (0-2)
17t. Moody Blues, Louisville, KY (0-2)
17t. Portland AC, Bowling Green, KY (0-2)
25t. Keilwood, Brownsville, KY (0-2)
25t. Jet Sets, Pittsburgh, PA (0-2)


1980 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

1980 held at Jacksonville, Florida.


Champion – Houston Wreckers Houston, Texas
Runner Up – Collins Irrigation Miami, Florida


  • MVP – Billy Costa, Houston Wreckers (.524, 6-0 Pitching)
  • Batting Leader – Tim Sweeney, Collins Irrigation (20-24, .833)
  • HR Leader – Gurney Holly, Armed Forces (.609, 14 RBI, 8 HR)
  • HR Leader – Steve Ammons, Collins Irrigation (8)

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Billy Costa, Houston Wreckers
  • P – Steve Ammons, Collins Irrigation
  • 1B – Gurney Holly, Armed Forces
  • 2B – Mike Blum, H86 Distributors
  • 3B – Tom Austin, Pigs-n-Chicken
  • SS – Tim Sweeney, Collins Irrigation
  • OF – Ron DeFrancls, Brothers AC
  • OF – John Hagins, Pigs-n-Chicken
  • OF – Reggie Soehlig, Joy-Ful Acres
  • OF – Mike Murray, Houston Wreckers
  • UTIL – John Copenhaver, H86 Distributors
  • UTIL – Joe Firova, Armed Forces
  • UTIL – McFarland, Houston Wreckers

ASA A ALL AMERICANS SECOND TEAM

  • P – Carson Davis, Pigs-n-Chicken
  • P – Wayne Carroll, Brothers AC
  • C – Steve Russell, H86 Distributors
  • C – Jim Latoilas, Houston Wreckers
  • 1B – Jack Crawford, Houston Wreckerss
  • 2B – Mike Holt, Houston Wreckers
  • SS – Tony DiCariano, Brothers AC
  • OF – Corky Rogers, Joy-Ful Acres
  • OF – Joe Allen, Collins Irrigation
  • OF – Gordy Johnson, Armed Forces
  • OF – John Spikeman, Houston Wreckers
  • UTIL – Leo Wetzel, Collins Irrigation
  • UTIL – Bob Philip, Brothers AC

1980 ASA CLASS A TOP 10 HITTERS

1. Tim Sweeney, Collins Irragation (20-24, .833)
2. Larry Chiapetta, Christy’s (12-17, .706)
3. Tom Austin, Pig-n-Chicken (20-29, .690)
4. Joe Vasillo, Christy’s (11-16, .688)
5. Joe Tercheria, MK Enterprises (10-15, .667)
6. George Sertass, Dack Industry (11-17, .647)
7. Tom DeCairano, Brothers AC (20-31, .645)
8. Clyde Nelson, Yankee Gold & Silver (14-22, .636)
9. Ron DeFrances, Brothers AC (19-30, .633)
10. Mike Roe, Grist Mill (10-16, .625)
10. Willie Hightower, Armed Forces (10-16, .625)
10. Mike Bluem, H&S Distributors (10-16, .625)


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Houston Wreckers Houston, TX (6-0)
2. Collins Irrigation Miami, FL (5-2)
3. Brothers AC Yonkers, NY (6-2)
4. Pigs-n-Chicken Fayetteville, NC (6-2)
5t. Joy-Ful Acres Jacksonville, FL (3-2)
5t. H&S Distributors Yonkers, NY (3-2)
7t. Armed Forces Camp Lejeune, NC 5-2
7t. Ray’s Metal Works Gainesville, FL (3-2)
9t. Molotte Leasing Seattle, WA (3-2)
9t. Yankee Gold & Silver Salt Lake City, UT 4-2
9t. Wilkerson Diesel Little Rock, AR (3-2)
9t. Natkin Company Independence, MO (2-2)
13t. MK Enterprises Modesto, CA (2-2)
13t. Grist Mill East Providence, RI (2-2)
13t. Bob Snyder’s Columbus, OH (2-2)
13t. Capitol Oil Franklin, IN (2-2)
17t. McDonald’s Wapokoneta, OH (1-2)
17t. Knights Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
17t. Christy’s White Plains, NY (2-2)
17t. American Realty Pacifica, CA (2-2)
17t. Erieside Electric Cleveland, OH (2-2)
17t. Timmerman Construction Sacramento, CA 2-2
17t. Dack Industry New Britain, CT (2-2)
17t. Glenn Brothers Little Rock, AR (1-2)
25t. Joe Theismann’s Fairfax, VA (0-2)
25t. Green’s Rangers Corpus Christi, TX (1-2)
25t. Holiday Jack’s Easton, PA (1-2)
25t. Sackett Brick Kalamazoo, MI (1-2)
25t. Houligan’s Eau Claire, WI (1-2)
25t. BBL Blackstop Columbus, OH (1-2)
25t. Golden Life Spa Midland, TX (0-2)
25t. Mercury Cleaners Seattle, WA (0-2)
33t. 38th Parallel Minneapolis, MN (0-2)
33t. Gus’ Gang Detroit, MI (0-2)
33t. Anoka Businessmen Anoka, MN (0-2)
33t. DECO Columbus, OH (0-2)
33t. Thompson Sporting Goods Savannah, GA (0-2)
33t. Sunview Phoenix, AZ (0-2)
33t. Hastey’s Sports Desk St. Louis, MO (0-2)


2018 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2018 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 29-30.


Champion – WC Monsta/Team Chent Calimesa, California
Runner Up – Thunder/Flippin Keys Trenton, New Jersey


  • MVP – Daniel Lopez, WC Monsta/Team Chent (5-15, .333, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 2 Runs)
  • HR Leader – Daniel McClement, (13-21, .619, 17 RBI, 11 Runs) – 9
  • Batting Leader – David Johnson, WC Monsta/Team Chent (17-18, .944, 8 HR, 23 RBI, 15 Runs)

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • IF – Kyle Pearson (FL), Thunder/Flippin Keys
  • IF – Zack Messer, Thunder/Flippin Keys
  • IF – Shannon Smith, Thunder/Flippin Keys
  • IF – Marcus Thornton, EGL Foundation/Gillies Softball/VSP/ASP
  • IF – Brett Rettenmeier, WC Monsta/Team Jer Bear
  • IF – Ryan Dacko, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • OF – Jared Hunt, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • OF – Cory Briggs, EGL Foundation/Gillies Softball/VSP/ASP
  • OF – Johnathon Williams, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • OF – Filip Washington, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • UT – Steven Lopez, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • UT – David Johnson, WC Monsta/Team Chent
  • UT – Davis Bilardello, EGL Foundation/Gillies Softball/VSP/ASP
  • UT – Josh Brown, Thunder/Flippin Keys
  • UT – Kyle Pearson (LA), Thunder/Flippin Keys

FINAL STANDINGS

1. WC Monsta/Team Chent Calimesa, CA (4-0)
2. Thunder/Flippin Keys Trenton, NJ (3-2)
3. EGL Foundation/Gillies Softball/VSP/ASP Fort Worth, TX (3-2)
4. WC Monsta/Team Jer Bear NA, CA (3-2)
5t. Team Racks/Yahhh! Phoenix, AZ (1-2)
5t. Armed Forces Glenwood, MD (2-2)
7t. Precision/H Auto/Sprizzi Lindenhurst, IL (1-2)
7t. Comatose/S2N/Monsta Beloit, WI (1-2)
9t. T’s 13/Monsta/Ductech Becker, MN (0-2)
9t. Evolution/Primetime/Easton/Klutch Rowlett, TX (0-2)

2017 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2017 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 30-October 2.


Champion – Precision Chicago, Illinois
Runner Up – ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs/LGE Fountation Fort Worth, Texas


A perfect 4-0 record resulted in Precision earning the Men’s Class A Slow Pitch National Championship title. With the help of Tournament MVP Steele Lewis, Precision earned the trophy after defeating ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs 29-19 in the Championship Game. The two teams had met previously in the winner’s bracket finals with Precision earning the same fate with a closely fought 27-26 win over ASP. Precision jumped out to a two-run lead in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back. Scoring in all but one inning during the game, Precision was powered by Lewis who went 3-for-5 with six RBI in the contest, including two home runs. Travis Clark, Pat Elwanger and John Williams each had four RBI in the win for Precision, with Clark and Williams also hitting out two home runs in the win. ASP earned a spot in the Championship Game after defeating FK/Pauer Sports 36-7 in four innings earlier in the day. Jason Hoynowski of FK/Pauer Sports was named batting champion after leading the tournament with a .857 batting average. FK/Pauer Sports teammate Ryan Stovall was named home run champion after hitting 11 home runs.


  • MVP – Steele Lewis, Precision (16-21, .762, 8 HRs, 22 RBIs, 14 Runs)
  • HR Leader – Ryan Stovall, FK/Pauer Sports (27-32, .844, 28 RBIs, 23 Runs) – 11
  • Batting Leader – Jason Hoynowski, FK/Pauer Sports (30-35, 6 HRs, 23 RBIs, 22 Runs) – .857

ASA A ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • Ben Dunn, ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs
  • Adam Aceto, OC
  • Jason Hoynowski, FK/Pauer Sports
  • Cory Briggs, ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs
  • Ryan Stovall, FK/Pauer Sports
  • Orlando Castillo, T’s 13
  • Mickey Rowland, T’s 13
  • Steele Lewis, Precision
  • Shannon Smith, ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs
  • Brad Reckart, Precision
  • Travis Clark, Precision
  • Kyle Pearson, ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs
  • Jeff Keske, Precision
  • Pat Elwanger, Precision
  • Darren Nelson, OC

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Precision, Chicago, IL (4-0)
2. ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA Labs/LGE Foundation, Fort Worth, TX (3-2)
3. FK/Pauer Sports Bothell, WA (4-2)
4. T’s 13/Monsta Omaha, NE (2-2)
5t. WC Monsta Calimesa, CA (1-2)
5t. OC, Grimes, IA (3-2)
7t. Sprizzi, Novi, MI (1-2)
7t. Seminoles, Stillwell, OK (1-2)
9t. Evolution/Klutch/Easton, Rowlett, TX (1-2)
9t. TPS/Boompas Burgers, Elgin, OK (0-2)
9t. All Armed Forces, San Antonio, TX (0-2)