Category: ASA Men’s B/C/D/E Slow Pitch

2023 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

2023 held at Hall of Fame Stadium Complex in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 29-30.

Champion – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing, Sartell, Minnesota
Runner Up – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF, Gladewater, Texas

The final game of the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship came down to the wire as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing reigned victorious in the 25-23, nail-biting battle against Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF. The undefeated squad dominated throughout the tournament with five-straight wins and 120 runs scored in pursuit of the prestigious title.

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing entered the Championship contest through the winner’s bracket with a perfect 4-0 record in the tournament after opening up with a 21-19 victory over Comatose/S2N/Monsta on Friday, Sept. 1 at 12 p.m. CT. The squad advanced to face Dirty Vegas/Steel/Envy, pulling out the 29-28 victory before capping the night with a 21-18 win over The Herd. Claiming its spot in the winner’s bracket semi-final matchup on Saturday morning, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing came to play in the back-and-forth battle, walking it off in the seventh with a solo shot to center field to defeat Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF, 24-23, and move on to the title game.

Rolling through the tournament with a 4-1 overall record, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF kicked off its run with a 37-29 win over Northwoods Elite/Pure in Friday’s noon matchup before claiming back-to-back wins over JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports and Ductech/Budweiser to advance to the semi-final game against Stoop/Schmidt Roofing on Saturday morning. The squad suffered its first loss in the nail-biting matchup, dropping to the loser’s bracket before bouncing back with a 38-19 victory against The Herd to clinch a spot in the title game for a rematch against Stoop/Schmidt Roofing.

Staying hot after a loser’s bracket semifinal win, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF came out swinging with a solo blast to left to start the game followed by three singles, a double and three home runs to tally eight runs on the board after a half inning of play. Responding with five runs of its own in the bottom of the first, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing cranked out three singles, a double and two home runs to close the gap, 8-5, heading into the second inning. Each team put up three runs in the second inning with Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF tacking on two more in the top of the third before Stoop/Schmidt Roofing opened up with an offensive explosion with nine runs on two outs to take the lead, 17-13, after three. Proving to be another competitive game between the two squads, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF quickly answered back with a handful of base hits capped with a three-run shot over the left field fence to pull ahead 18-17. The lead didn’t last long, however, as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing led off the bottom of the fourth with a home run to tie the game before the Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF defense shut it down – limiting the damage to one run.

Situational hitting from Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF in the top of the fifth paid off as a walk, single and a fly out put runners in scoring position – allowing a groundout and a double up the middle to plate two and break the tie. The pinball continued to bounce as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing came back with three to take the lead once again with a 21-20 score in the fifth while Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF also plated three in the top of the sixth to steal back the lead as the end of the game drew near. Coming down to the wire, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing passed the bat with four singles, a triple and a walk to string together four runs and pull ahead by two. Despite a single from Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF in the top of the seventh, the Stoop/Schmidt Roofing defense kept runners off the base paths, making three quick outs to close out the game and seal the 25-23 victory and claim the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship title.

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing put up impressive numbers throughout the weekend, staying consistent with a .625 team batting average and a .626 on-base percentage. A 1.157 slugging percentage saw the squad crank out a total of 155 hits with 91 singles, 28 doubles, four triples and 32 home runs through five games played – remaining as the only undefeated squad through the two-day tournament.

The Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF offense also stayed hot with a batting average of .638 on 187 hits – including 106 singles, 37 doubles, three triples and 41 home runs. The runner-up squad tallied 179 runs through six games played while recording a .672 on-base percentage and reaching first via a walk 36 times.

  • MVP – Ryan Lindgren, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing (.778 OBP, 5 HR, 21 RBI)
  • Batting Champion – Richard Buck, Comatose/S2N/Monsta – .773
  • HR Champion – Jake Freeman, Ductech/Budweiser – 7
  • HR Champion – Jeremy Fry, RoofX/Revolution Athletics – 7
  • HR Champion – Zack Woodside, Comatose/S2N/Monsta – 7


P – Mitch Carriger – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Anthony Acevedo – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Hunter Gomez – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Brady Marsh – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
IF – Zach Ranta – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Erik Zentzis – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
OF – Joseph Capparelli – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
OF – Jagger Harjo – The Herd
OF – Ryan Lindgren – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
OF – Seth VanWyk – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
UTIL – Matt Carney – The Herd
UTIL – Kyle Clark – The Herd
UTIL – Terry Lambright – RoofX/Revolution Athletics
UTIL – Jason Madsen – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
UTIL – Brandon Yoder – RoofX/Revolution Athletics


P – Richard “Geno” Buck – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
IF – Justin Barber – Ductech/Budweiser
IF – Alex Bremer – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
IF – Erik Hilgren – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
IF – Josh Marlowe – Ductech/Budweiser
IF – Zack Woodside – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
OF – Tristan Johnston – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
OF – Chad McCarty – Ductech/Budweiser
OF – Eric O’Connell – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
OF – Matt Stefanski – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
UTIL – Nick Lemke – The Herd
UTIL – Cory Neugebauer – Ductech/Budweiser
UTIL – Scott Novak – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
UTIL – Seth Sullwold – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
UTIL – John Mark Troyer – RoofX/Revolution Athletics


1. Stoop/Schmidt Roofing, Sartell, Minnesota (5-0)
2. Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli, Gladewater, TX (4-2)
3. The Herd, Urbandale, IA (5-2)
4. RoofX/Revolution Athletics, Topeka, IN (5-2)
5t. Ductech/Budweiser, South St. Paul, MN (3-2)
5t. JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports, Brooklyn Park, MN (3-2)
7t. BSL/S&S Landscaping/Juno/Dirt Dogs, Wallingford, CT (2-2)
7t. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (3-2)
9t. Dirty Vegas/Steel/Envy, Groves, TX (1-2)
9t. Armed Forces, Washington D.C. (2-2)
9t. Texas5/DadBods/Legacy Health, Houston, TX (2-2)
9t. Taqueros, N/A (1-2)
13t. LSR/Riot, Jasonville, IN  (0-2)
13t. Northwoods Elite/Pure, Bloomer, WI (1-2)
13t. Elevate & Celebrate, Choctaw, OK (0-2)
13t. Taqueros, N/A (1-2)
17t. Infinity Contractors, Tulsa, OK (0-2)
17t. BYB Sports, N/A (0-2)
17t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (0-2)
17t. Vivid/Killbombers, Frisco, TX (0-2)

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing


2022 ASA Men’s C Slow Pitch Nationals

2022 held at Prairie Island Athletic Complex in Prairie Island, Minnesota on September 2-3.

Champion – Stagecoach, Shakopee, Minnesota
Runner Up – Blackies, Defiance, Ohio

Stagecoach rebuilt their roster in 2022 and defended their ASA C National title by going 6-0 on Labor Day Weekend at Prairie Island. They were led by MVP Josh Miller on the hill with his tough defense and stellar hitting.

Blackies of Defiance, Ohio took second. They had players drop out the Thursday night they left and showed up with ten players and went 8-2.

  • MVP – Josh Miller, Stagecoach/Redline (.579, 2 HR, 8 RBI)
  • Batting Champion – Kyle Wiest, Shameless/Budweiser – .875 (2 HR, 11 RBI)
  • HR Champion – Luke Otto, Stagecoach/Redline – 9 (.760, 28 RBI)


Jason Alderson, SN2/NULEEVE/A&B/Monsta (.850, 1 HR, 8 RBI)
Wayde Whelan, Stagecoach/Redline (.700, 1 HR, 12 RBI)
Seth Blair, MMB/The Box/Monsta (.739, 3 HR, 12 RBI)
AJ Coleman, Stagecoach/Redline (.650, 4 HR, 11 RBI)
Kyle Franzen, Shenanigans/WTP/Dunn Sports (.625, 1 HR, 8 RBI)
Jeremy Barnfield, Shenanigans/WTP/Dunn Sports (.650, 4 HR, 14 RBI)
Mark Blazeiewske, Shenanigans/WTP/Dunn Sports (.600, 5 HR, 15 RBI)
James Yenser, Blackies (.652, 3 HR, 9 RBI)
Eric Vaughn, Blackies (.642, 8 HR, 25 RBI)
Logan Pinckney, Oak Ridge Dental (.808, 1 HR, 16 RBI)
Geoff Yenser, Blackies (.639, 10 RBI)
Ryan Neitzke, Blackies (.615, 2 HR, 10 RBI)
Travis Branson, Stagecoach/Redline (.636, 5 RBI)
Zach Dubanoski, Stagecoach/Redline (.625, 6 HR, 19 RBI)
Jon David, Stagecoach/Redline (.720, 2 HR, 12 RBI)


1. Stagecoach/Redline, Shakopee, MN (6-0)
2. Blackies, Defiance, OH (8-2)
3. Shenanigans/WTP/Dunn Sports, Pleasant Prairie, WI (4-2)
4. Shamless/Budweiser, Sheffield, IA (3-2)
5t. The Box, Fargo, ND (2-2)
5t. Oak Ridge Dental, Lakeville, MN (5-2)
7t. S2N/NULEEVE/A&B/Monsta, St Peter, MN (4-2)
7t. MMB/The Box/Monsta Athletics, West Fargo, ND (3-2)
9t. Grassland, Greenwood, WI (2-2)
9t. RMI/First Class Mortgage/Budweiser, Grand Forks, ND (2-2)
9t. Iconic Apparel/Lake Painting, Adel, IA (2-2)
9t. Russell’s Paint & Body, Oviedo, FL (3-2)
13t. Gwaltney Group/Remax Results, Rochester, MN (2-2)
13t. Pioneer Auto, Sioux City, IA (2-2)
13t. The Mill/A3, Sidney, MT (1-2)
13t. St. Cloud Subaru, Foley, MN (1-2)
17t. Minnesota Maniax/H. Sports/Easton, Forest Lake, MN (1-2)
17t. Good Vibes Only, Des Moines, IA (1-2)
17t. VHI/Northern Beverage/Greater Than, Rochester, MN (1-1)
17t. Bash/Elusive Sports/Six Branch/BGC, Columbia, MO (1-2)
17t. Demars Softball, East Haven, CT (1-2)
17t. Eide, Bismarck, ND (1-2)
17t. Silverbacks, Inver Grove Heights, MN (0-2)
17t. The 10th Inning, Hudson, IA (0-2)
25t. Square One/Spiderz, Waukesha, WI (0-2)
25t. The Creek, Stewartville, MN (0-2)
25t. Flirts/T&C Lawn Care, Cedar Falls, IA (0-2)
25t. Kass & Co, Peosta, IA (0-2)
25t. Omaha’s Finest, Omaha, NE (0-2)



2022 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

2022 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 2-3.

Champion – Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli, Topeka, Indiana
Runner Up – The Herd, Des Moines, Iowa

The 2022 Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship wrapped up on Saturday night with an explosive offensive performance from Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli as it claimed the trophy with back-to-back wins over The Herd. After battling through the loser’s bracket to arrive in the Championship contest, Rock Run posted a 20-12 victory to force an “if-necessary” game before unleashing with a 27-7 (four innings) run-rule victory to earn the National Championship title.

The Herd entered Saturday’s competition sitting in a prime spot with a 2-0 record heading into the winner’s bracket quarterfinal matchup. Perfect performances at the plate from Alex Hovey, Tanner Unkel and Kyle Winter contributed to the 23-hit game and propelled The Herd to a 21-13 win over DNR Miller Concrete to open the day. Moving on to the semifinals, The Herd jumped out to an early lead against Dirt Dogs/Alter Ego/KL&R/RDD before a 10-run fourth inning from the Dirt Dogs stole the lead. Refusing to go down without a fight, The Herd continued to chip away, eventually tying the game in the sixth and breaking it open in the seventh – regaining control and sealing the 25-21 victory to send them to the Championship contest with an undefeated 4-0 record.

Also starting the day on top with a 2-0 record, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli’s path to the Championship was not as simple after an early 14-13 loss to Dirt Dogs sent them to the loser’s bracket. Determined to fight its way back, Rock Run came out strong in its next two games – earning back-to-back victories over Southern Rooster/Texas5 (30-18) and DNR Miller Concrete (26-8). With a rematch against Dirt Dogs in the semifinal contest, Kyle Miller led the Rock Run offense with three home runs and a double to keep the pressure on and help claim the 23-8 win to advance to the Championship game against The Herd.

After climbing its way through the loser’s bracket, Rock Run entered the Championship contest needing to pull-out a victory in order to force an “if-necessary” game in hopes of claiming the title. A consistent effort at the plate in addition to a seven-run second inning allowed Rock Run to stay on top and defeat The Herd 20-12 – forcing another game and keeping the hope alive.

With an energy that was both unmatched and unstoppable, Rock Run opened its sixth game of the day with a massive 17-run first inning. The team managed to string together nine singles, three doubles and three home runs off the bats of Marcus Miller, Erik Lehman and Glenn Bender to take the early lead and set the tone.

A grand slam from Matt Schrange in the bottom of the frame put The Herd on the board with four runs, but Rock Run answered back with five more of its own in the top of the second to steal back the momentum. With Rock Run leading 22-4 heading into the third inning, Jeremy Slabach sent a solo home run over the left field fence to tack on another run before a series of base hits plated two more runners – extending the Rock Run lead 25-4.

The Herd mustered two runs in the bottom of the inning but Rock Run matched that yet again in the fourth, sending the game to the bottom of the frame with the run-rule in effect as Rock Run led The Herd 27-6. Looking to give his team a chance, Winter led off the inning with a solo shot to right field, but two consecutive line outs followed by a fly out would end the game and seal the 27-7 (four innings) run-rule victory for Rock Run and the 2022 Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship title.

Compiling a 7-1 record through the tournament, Rock Run combined for 181 runs on 211 hits – including 40 doubles, seven triples and 47 home runs while recording a team batting average of .588. Five Rock Run athletes tallied over 20 hits apiece while Kyle Miller and Marcus Miller blasted a tournament-leading nine home runs each. Splitting time in the circle, Lehman and Matthew Chromy limited their opponents to 90 runs and 119 hits to keep the Rock Run defense under control on its quest to the National Championship title.

  • MVP – Marcus Miller, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
  • Batting Champion – Erik Lehman, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli – .762
  • HR Champion – Kyle Miller, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli – 9


P – Alex Hovey, The Herd
IF – Joseph Nissley, DNR Miller Concrete
IF – Zak Sokolis, Dirt Dogs/Alter Ego/KL&R/RDD
IF – Jason Stabach, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
IF – Kyle Miller, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
IF – Brent Zomer, The Herd
OF – Jamie Weaver, DNR Miller Concrete
OF – John Reiman, Dirt Dogs/Alter Ego/KL&R/RDD
OF – Arlis Miller, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
OF – Marcus Miller, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
UTIL – Zach Goleniak, Southern Rooster/Texas5
UTIL – Mike Martinez, Dirty Vegas/Steel
UTIL – Jeremy Fry, Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli
UTIL – Joe Bulens, The Herd
UTIL – Matt Schrage, The Herd


1. Rock Run Cabinetry/All Hustle/Silverbacks/Koval/Beloli, Topeka, IN (7-1)
2. The Herd, Des Moines, IA (4-2)
3. Dirt Dogs/Alter Ego/KL&R/RDD, Wallingford, CT (3-2)
4. DNR Miller Concrete, Goshen, IN (3-2)
5t. Dirty Vegas/Steel, Groves, TX (3-2)
5t. Southern Rooster/Texas5, Houston, TX (3-2)
7t. Tharaldson, Fargo, ND (2-2)
7t. JEC/P5/Anarchy/Kevitt, Brooklyn Park, MN (2-2)
9t. Team Stoop/Schmidt Roofing, Sartell, MN (1-2)
9t. Ductech/Budweiser, South St. Paul, MN (1-2)
9t. Northwoods Elite, Eau Claire, WI (1-2)
9t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (1-2)
13t. Alter Ego Apparel/BYB Sports (0-2)
13t. OnlyFriends (0-2)
13t. Meirtran/Swiing Kiingz, Byron, IL (0-2)
13t. Vivid/Kilbombers (0-2)

Rock Run Cabinetry

2021 ASA Men’s C Slow Pitch Nationals

2021 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 27-29.

Champion –  Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors, Shakopee, Minnesota
Runner Up – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation, Branford, Connecticut

  • MVP – John David – Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors
  • HR Champion – Ryan Balis – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation (7)
  • HR Champion – Dustin Duncan – Russell’s Paint & Body (7)
  • HR Champion – Scott Patterson – Newbreed/Gorillaz/Royce Geo (7)
  • Batting Champion – Casey Tyler – Demars Softball (1.000)


The 2021 USA Softball Men’s Class C Slow Pitch National Championship came to a close today with Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors claiming the Championship title after forcing an “if-necessary” game to defeat Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation 18-10 in the final contest. Stagecoach finished the tournament with an 8-1 record, their only loss coming from a winner’s bracket matchup against Northwoods Elite. Sent to the loser’s bracket on Day Two, Stagecoach clinched five-straight crucial victories to earn them the trophy and the Championship title.

In the first game of the day, the loser’s bracket semi-final saw a rematch as Stagecoach took down Northwoods Elite in a close-fought 11-8 battle. Stagecoach came out of the gate strong with a four-run first inning and three home runs from Daniel Sargent, Micah Loegering, and Zach Prins. Plating five more runs in the top of the third, Stagecoach extended their lead to 9-0 before Northwoods scratched two in the bottom of the frame to make it 9-2. Stagecoach pushed two more runs across in the fourth thanks to a pair of singles and a double, making it an 11-2 ballgame. Northwoods began to chip away at the Stagecoach lead in the bottom of the frame with a sacrifice fly from Dru Mickelson to add one more run to the board before scoring five more in the fifth inning to close the gap, 11-8. Despite the rally, Northwoods was unable to string things together in the final two innings, ending their tournament run and allowing Stagecoach to walk away with the 11-8 win to send them to the title game.

The offense continued to dominate for Stagecoach as they rolled into the Championship Game against Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation. Six hits in the first inning pushed five runs across the plate for Stagecoach, but Trinity answered back with three home runs in the bottom of the frame to score four, making it 5-4 Stagecoach after one inning of play. A big inning in the second put up eight more runs for Trinity allowing them to pull ahead 12-5 going into the third inning. Losing the lead lit the spark for Stagecoach as their offense exploded for 26 runs in the next four innings including a 12-run fourth. Trinity put up four runs in the fifth inning but couldn’t make a comeback as Stagecoach took the 31-16 (six innings) victory to force an “if-necessary” game. Out of their 33 total hits, Stagecoach racked up 10 doubles in the contest with James Kauffmann leading the way with three.

In the winner-take-all matchup with the Championship title on the line, the competition was fierce as neither team gave up the fight. Stagecoach struck first with a five-run first inning after two RBI singles from Sargent and Loegering and a three-run shot from Prins put them on the board. Both offenses were quiet throughout the next two innings as the defense controlled the game. Trinity broke the silence in top of the fourth after Robert Aquilino put a two-run home run over the left field fence. The team used that momentum to extend the rally, scoring seven more runs in the top of the frame to take the lead, 9-5. Not going down without a fight was Stagecoach, finding ways to get on base and manufacturing three runs to bring them within one of Trinity. Aquilino tacked on another run for Trinity in the top of the fifth for his second home run of the game to put his team up 10-8, but it wouldn’t last long as Stagecoach responded with a three-run home run from Kauffmann to steal back the lead, 11-10. Stagecoach finished out the game strong, scoring 10 runs in the last two innings and sealing the 18-10 victory with a slick double-play on the infield to clinch the 2021 Men’s Class C Slow Pitch National Championship title.


  • P – Joseph Apostoli – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation
  • IF – Matt Allen – Russell’s Paint & Body
  • IF – Ryan Balis – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation
  • IF – Craig Kolb – Northwoods Elite
  • IF – Daniel Rothbauer – Northwoods Elite
  • IF – Casey Tyler – Demars Softball
  • OF – Kyle Creamer – Shameless/Budweiser
  • OF – Sean Grosonic – Newbreed/Gorillaz/Royce Geo
  • OF – Nathan King – Fishers Softball
  • OF – Micah Loegering – Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors
  • UTIL – Robert Aquilino – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation
  • UTIL – John David – Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors
  • UTIL – Nicholas Follo – Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation
  • UTIL – James Kaufmann – Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors
  • UTIL – Zach Prins – Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors


1. Stagecoach/Crest Exteriors, Shakopee, MN (8-1)
2. Trinity/Big Dawg Sublimation, Branford, CT (5-2)
3. Northwoods Elite, Bloomer, WI (4-2)
4. Newbreed/Gorillaz/Royce Geo, Alton, IL (6-2)
5t. Shameless/Budweiser, Sheffield, IA (3-2)
5t. Russell’s Paint & Body, Oveido, FL (5-2)
7t. Demars Softball, East Haven, CT (3-2)
7t. Fishers Softball, Lancaster, PA (4-2)
9t. The Mill/A3, Sidney, MT (3-2)
9t. MN Maniax/Easton/H Auto, St. Paul, MN (2-2)
9t. VHI/Greater Than, Rochester, MN (2-2)
9t. Thunder/Chosen/Competitive Edge/SOG, Gladewater, TX (3-2)
13t. CIDW/Left Lane Athletics, Ankeny, IA (2-2)
13t. Square One/Spiderz, Waukesha, WI (2-2)
13t. The 10th Inning, Hudson, IA (2-2)
13t. Omaha’s Finest, Omaha, NE (2-2)
17t. Kass & Co., Peosta, IA (2-2)
17t. MVP/Old School, Houston, TX (1-2)
17t. Grassland, Greenwood, WI (1-2)
17t. All Star Plumbing, Oklahoma City, OK (1-2)
17t. Oak Ridge Dental, Lakeville, MN (2-2)
17t. MMB/The Box/Monsta Athletics, West Fargo, ND (1-2)
17t. Twisted Lazers/First Watch/Big House Gym, Kearney, NE (1-2)
17t. C&M Transport/Nager Law/Lakes Heating & AC, Kirtland, OH (1-2)
25t. Silverbacks, Inver Grove Heights, MN (1-2)
25t. Granite Services, Foley, MN (1-2)
25t. Dick Raimann Farms/Garage Force/Excel Homes, Eyota, MN (1-2)
25t. Buzs/Valpo Family Dentistry, Valparaiso, IN (0-2)
25t. SWOK Outlaws, Altus, OK (0-2)
25t. Pioneer Auto, Sioux City, NE (0-2)
25t. 605, Sioux Falls, SD (0-2)
25t. T&C Lawn Care/HH, Cedar Falls, IA (0-2)
33t. Shenanigans/WTP/MII/Dunn Sports, Pleasant Prairie, WI (0-2)
33t. Dirty Vegas/Steel, Grives, TX (0-2)
33t. GetNutz Hawaii, Hayward, CA (0-2)

2021 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

2021 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 3-4.

Champion –  Thunder/Chosen, Gladewater, Texas
Runner Up – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval, Topeka, Indiana

  • MVP – Justin Gregory – Chosen/Thunder
  • HR Champion – Erik Lehman – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
  • Batting Champion – Mike Wieland – Apex


The 2021 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship came to an exciting close today as Chosen/Thunder claimed the Championship title with a bounce-back win over Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval in the Championship “if-necessary” game. After posting an undefeated 5-0 record through bracket play, the Thunder suffered their first loss of the weekend in the Championship contest as the Silverbacks pulled out the 19-17 win to force the “if-necessary” game. The Thunder offense proved superior though with a dominating performance to cap the tournament with a 25-5 (five-innings) Championship victory.

Silverbacks jumped out to an early lead in the Championship contest, driving in four runs in the top of the first before allowing Chosen to cut the lead in half with two runs of their own in the bottom of the frame. The back-and-forth scoring would continue through the remainder of the game, with Chosen evening the score at seven in the bottom of the third before Silverbacks responded with a six-run fourth inning to regain the lead. Chosen would plate five in the bottom of the sixth to give them their first lead of the game, but Silverbacks would once again answer back in the top of the seventh to put them on top, 19-17, with three outs remaining in the game. Kendall Welborn and Josh Kirsten would send base hits through the infield to put runners on for Chosen with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, but an infield ground out would seal the win for Silverbacks to force the “if-necessary” game.

After suffering their first loss of the tournament, Thunder bounced back even stronger with the help of a 12-run second inning to propel them to the 25-5 run-rule win to secure the Championship trophy. Thunder wasted no time in getting on the board, scoring two in the top of the first with a two-run home run from Brian Renner. That lead did not hold long though as the Silverbacks answered back in the bottom of the frame with two runs of their own to even the score, 2-2. Refusing to stay down long, the Thunder offense lit a spark in the top of the second with 10 base hits, two home runs and a grand slam putting them on top, 14-2. The Thunder continued dominating through the third and fourth innings, tacking on eight more runs to their lead before rain at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium forced a weather delay in the bottom of the fourth. The delay showed no affect though as the Thunder returned to the field to limit the Silverback offense to just three runs through the fourth and fifth innings while adding three runs of their own to seal the 25-5 Championship victory.

How the teams made it to the finals:

Chosen/Thunder landed in the Championship Game after outscoring their opponents 107-62 in route to a 5-0 undefeated record through bracket play. With the help of a 11-run fourth inning in their first game of the day, the Thunder pushed past Tharaldson to advance to the winner’s bracket finale against Drip City/Midwest Monsta. Another explosive fourth inning, this time scoring eight runs, helped the squad to a narrow 20-16 victory over Drip City to place them in the Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship trophy game.

Thunder offense combined for 134 hits and 30 home runs in their quest to the Championship contest with Kirsten leading the way with 17 hits and three home runs followed by Justin Gregory with 16 hits and four home runs.

Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval cruised through bracket play with three-straight victories before dropping the 19-15 decision to Drip City in their first game of the day to send them to the loser’s bracket. Wasting no time staying down, the Silverbacks quickly bounced back with a 34-17 win over the Dirt Dogs/FHC before posting a 21-1 (four-innings) run-rule victory over The Nation to advance to the semi-finals. With a trip to the Championship contest on the line and a rematch set against Drip City, the Silverbacks offense proved superior with a 30-10 (four-innings) run-rule win to send Drip City home with the third-place trophy.

Battling through seven games to land in the Championship game, Silverbacks totaled 172 hits and 38 home runs while outscoring their opponents 162-72. Galen Miller led the Silverbacks offense with 22 hits and nine home runs while Dennis Yoder and Jeremy Stabach tallied 21 hits. The Silverbacks were one of three teams to score a tournament-high of 30 or more runs in a game.


Dennis Yoder – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
Faron Fry – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
Robbie Hinkle ­– Drip City/Midwest Monsta
Brian Renner – Chosen/Thunder
Gregg Downing – Chosen/Thunder
Josh Kirsten ­ – Chosen/Thunder
Tanner Unkle – Drip City/Midwest Monsta
Jeremy Stabach – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
Galen Miller – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
James Patterson – The Nation
Taylor Albrecht ­– The Nation
Alex Hovey – Drip City/Midwest Monsta
Justin Gregory – Chosen/Thunder
Aaron Yoder ­ – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
Erik Lehman – Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval
Matthew Brady – Chosen/Thunder


1. Thunder/Chosen, Gladewater, TX (6-1)
2. Silverbacks/Revolution Ath/Koval (7-2)
3. Drip City/Midwest Monsta, Urbandale, IA (3-2)
4. The Nation, Rhome, TX (4-2)
5t. Tharaldson, Fargo, TX (3-2)
5t. Dirt Dogs/FHC, Wallingford, CT (4-2)
7t. Ductech/Monsta Athletics/Budweiser, South St. Paul, MN (3-2)
7t. D&R Miller Concrete, Topeka, IN (3-2)
9t. JEC/P5 Sports/Kevitt, Brooklyn Park, MN (2-2)
9t. Lifetime Diamonds/Legendary Sports, Conroe, TX (1-2)
9t. Reno Cycles & Gear/Lithia Chrysler Jeep of Reno, Sparks, NV (1-2)
9t. L&S Glass, San Jose, CA (1-2)
13t. Apex, Ankeny, IA (1-2)
13t. Vivid/Kilbombers, Frisco, TX (1-2)
13t. Wahl Optical/NZone, Lincoln, NE (1-2)
13t. All American/Dugout 47, Rochester, MN (0-2)
17t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (0-2)
17t. All Star Plumbing, Oklahoma City, OK (0-2)
17t. Kut4 Sports/OI Livingston/D2E Trailers, Clanton, AL (0-2)
17t. Blackies Softball, Defiance, OH (0-2)
17t. Competitive Edge/Olmito Heat/Adiktiv, League City, TX (0-2)

2003 ASA Men’s C Slow Pitch Nationals

2003 held at Lancaster, California.

Champion – MediaTrac/Roto Rooter, Vallejo, California
Runner Up –, Fridley, Minnesota

  • MVP – N/A
  • Batting Leader – N/A
  • Home Run Leader – N/A


P – Kelly Wheelock, S.W.A.C.
C – Steve Gibson, S.W.A.C.
1B – Travis Benway,
2B – Lou Peterson,
3B – Daryl Allen, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
SS – Matt Pesso, Aw Hell
OF – Lance Dalbey,
OF – Dax Crabbe, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
OF – Doug Joseph,
UTIL – Rush Chamblin, Bully’s
UTIL – Robert Morales, Aw Hell
UTIL – Paul Gose, S.W.A.C.
UTIL – Richard Agostini, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
UTIL – Ricky Garnett, Sox
UTIL – Ron Espinosa, Bully’s


P – Matt Cardenas, Aw Hell
C – Angel Macias, Drunkn Munky
1B – Wes Archie, Bully’s
2B – Steve Otaguro, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
3B – Chris McMahon, Sox
SS – Darren Cooper, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
OF – Darren Hansen,
OF – Steve Fong, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
OF – Brent Rieck,
OF – Ron Webb, M.A. Clary Construction
UTIL – Brent Miller, S.W.A.C.
UTIL – Dave Burice, Bully’s
UTIL – Steve Carpenter, Woods/Albatronix
UTIL – Pete Asselin, Mediatrac/Roto Rooter
UTIL – Freddie Lopez, Sox


1. Mediatrac/Roto Rooter, Vallejo, CA (7-0)
2., Fridley, MN (6-2)
3. S.W.A.C., Ceres, CA (7-2)
4. Bully’s, Reno, NV (5-2)
5t. Sox, Visalia, CA (4-2)
5t. Aw Hell, Simi Valley, CA (5-2)
7t. M.A. Clary Construction, San Carlos, CA (6-2)
7t. Woods/Albatronix, Anaheim, CA (6-2)
9t. Who’s Your Daddy, Orange County, CA (3-2)
9t. Drunkn Munky, El Monte, CA (5-2)
9t. Choppers/Lefty’s, Brainerd, MN (5-2)
9t. Navarro Electric, San Francisco, CA (3-2)
13t. Twisted, Sierra Vista, AZ (3-2)
13t. KC Wingnuts, Kansas City, MO (4-2)
13t. Xtreme, Tustin, CA (3-2)
13t. Sports Connection, Brookings, SD (3-2)
17t. Something Unique/Chariton Merchants, Chariton, IA (2-2)
17t. A-1 Truck Parts, Portland, OR (3-2)
17t. Spancky’s Sports Bar, Rohnert Park, CA (2-2)
17t. Galindo/SCS, Buena Park, CA (2-2)
17t. Griff’s/3 Bag/Ideal Floors, Des Moines, IA (2-2)
17t. Jonny’s Saloon/Eagles #2228, Rochester, MN (3-2)
17t. Panic, La Palma, CA (3-2)
17t. Impact, Hastings, MN (2-2)
25t. Lee’s Pro Shop/Worth, Pine City, MN (2-2)
25t. Energy Link, Orange County, CA (2-2)
25t. Jersey’s, South St. Paul, MN (2-2)
25t. Team Gorilla/Rawlings Silverback, National City, CA (2-2)
25t. Double Play/Miken, Fairmont, MN (2-2)
25t. Mizuno Braves, Bloomington, CA (2-2)
25t. Team Dickies/Easton, Diamond Bar, CA (2-2)
25t. J&H Wall/Advanced/Jersey’s, Inver Grove Heights, MN (2-2)
33t. Club Shots, Des Moines, IA (1-2)
33t. Team Hara’s/Dallwig Bros., Salem, OR (1-2)
33t. Excel, Coeur d’ Alene, ID (1-2)
33t. Dream Team/Mizuno, Walnut, CA (1-2)
33t. Knights, Bend, OR (1-2)
33t. Imperial Custom Molding, Albertville, MN (1-2)
33t. Code Red, Simi Valley, CA (1-2)
33t. Gary’s Carpet, Caldwell, ID (1-2)
33t. MN Burn, Anoka/Coon Rapids, MN (1-2)
33t. Prime Source/Tejano, Owatonna, MN (1-2)
33t. Junkers, North Mankato, MN (1-2)
33t. Buffalo Wild Wings/Tanel 360, Apple Valley, MN (1-2)
33t. Arizona Worth, Tucson, AZ (1-2)
33t. Frontier Excavating, Portland, OR (1-2)
33t. Guido’s Pizza, Anchorage, AK (1-2)
33t. So What/All Star Appraisal, Aurora, CO (1-2)
49t. Sting Sports Bar, Great Falls, MT (0-2)
49t. Mudcats, Minneapolis, MN (0-2)
49t. H&R Trucking, Minneapolis, MN (0-2)
49t. Hard Rock Block, Lake Havasu, AZ (0-2)
49t. Spikes Mortgage Depot, Faribault, MN (0-2)
49t. JJ’s Sports Lounge/Anaconda Sports, Anchorage, AK (0-2)
49t. Brewskies/Midwest Auto, Winona, MN (0-2)
49t. North Dallas Integrated Health, Dallas, TX (0-2)
49t. Imperial Room, Minneapolis, MN (0-2)
49t. N.E. Yankees, Minneapolis, MN (0-2)
49t. Blackshirts, Blair, NE (0-2)
49t. Team Casteels, Mead, OK (0-2)
49t. Tealey’s Land Surveying, Boise, ID (0-2)
49t. Zephyrs, Lewiston, ID (0-2)
49t. Happy Joes/NDAD, Grand Forks, ND (0-2)
49t. Rumpleminze/Hooters, Windsor Heights, IA (0-2)

2020 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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


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


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

ASA Men’s E Slow Pitch National Champions

From 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 Runner-up


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


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


East – Death Clutch, Sterling, VA, 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


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


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


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


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


East – Maulers, Burke, VA Land Enhancements-USI, Water Works, NJ
North1 – Dewey’s, Montevideo, MN JJ Sports, Eagle Grove, IA
North2 – Aftershock, Muskegon, MI Great Lakes Water Laser, Marshall, MI
South1 – Cancelled
South2 – Cancelled
West – Bad Company, Everett, WA Talamo Foods, San Francisco, CA


East – Launch Softball, Milford, CT iFitness, Bridgeton, NJ
North1 – Dickson Law/Knife River Credit, Bismarck, ND Hazardous, Watertown, SD
North2 – Rock Run, Topeka, IN West Michigan Storm, Hastings, MI
South – Cancelled
West1- No Worrys, Yuma, AZ Master Batters, Serra Mesa, CA
West2 – CB Painting, Everett, WA FNA, Washougal, WA


East – Paigey’s People, Langhorne, PA Martino Roofing, Hammonton, NJ
North1 – DBO, Omaha, NE Crushers, Pleasant, Hill, IA
North2 – Silverbacks, Topeka, IN Reapers, South Bend, IN
South – Cancelled
West1 – Cage Bombs, Burley, ID Sayiwont, Heyburn, ID
West2 – Newport Rib Co./EST Solutions, Fountain Valley, CA Wasted Potential, Covina, CA


East – New Era, Barboursville, VA Blue Ridge Mortgage, Bedford, VA
North1 – Arnie’s Sewer & Septic, Redwood Falls, MN Hurts Donuts, Lincoln, NE
North2 – Alliance, Midland, MI Twitch, Jackson, MI
South – Cancelled
West – No. 1 Bad Hombres, Whittier, CA SPS, Meredian, ID

ASA Men’s D Slow Pitch National Champions

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

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

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)

Starting in 2007, ASA went to the “4 Corners” Class-D Nationals, the East, West, North and South winners met in a National Tournament

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)

Starting in 2013, ASA selected the top-4 from each Area to meet in a 16 team Double Elimination National Tournament

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.

Year Area – Winner Runnerup

East – Slammers, Frankfurt, IL Angle Inn Assault II, Baltimore, MD
West – Laserbeam, Simi Valley, CA Tribe, Lee’s Summit, MO


East – Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ Palm Harbor Paper, Brandon, FL
West – Team Dickies, Diamond Bar, CA Rawlings Silverbacks, Chula Vista, CA


East – T.D. Waterhouse/Miken, Middle Village, NY James R. Smith, Cullman, AL
West – Woodies, San Diego, CA Gamecocks, La Habra, CA


East – Coors Light, Parsippany, NJ RK Construction Fredericksburg, VA
West – Team Worth/Vanguard, Hollister, CA Team Nitro/Pierce Auto Highland, CA


East – Brackins Softball/Allstate, Dothan, AL Priority One Softball, Charlotte, NC
West – 3N2 So Cal, Arcadia, CA Solberg’s, Cedar Rapids, IA


East – Easton Properties, Hartselle, AL Priority One Softball Charlotte, NC
West – Mid Valley Plastering, French Camp, CA SB Performance Cycles, Hollister, CA


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


East – DCL, Glen Allen, VA MOJO, Stephens City, VA
North1 – Cancelled
North2 – Jethros/Iconic Apparel, Ankeny, IA Versatile Roofing Fanatics, Kearney, NE
South1 – Cancelled
South2 – DBO, Enid, OK Dominators, Mannsville, OK
West – CP/Sewer Septic Pros, Palm Springs, CA OTW/Elite-State Champions, San Dimas, CA


East – Dirt Dogs, Meriden, CT RSB, Jackson, NJ
North1 – Square One, Oconomowoc, WI Tranberg Roofing, Blair, WI
North2 – ADL/Swing Nation, Florissant, MO MWL, Lincoln, NE
South – Cancelled
West – Oregon Elite, Portland, OR Future Rerates, Santa Clarita, CA


East – Ascension/Rascals, Oswego, NY Rocky Hill Painting, Whitehouse Station, NJ
North1 – Cedar Creek, Topeka, IN Rock Run/Demarini/S&L, Millersburg, IN
North2 – Frank’s Butchers, Omaha, NE Thunderhead Sports Bar, Des Moines, IA
South – Cancelled
West – Athletes vs Cancer, Citrus Heights, CA Knee Deep Brewing, Sacramento, CA


East – iFitness/eShore, Bridgeton, NJ Sour Patch Kids, Utica, NY
North1 – Buz’z/Valpo Family Dentistry/Luke Oil, Valparaiso, IN ST Reloaded, Midland, MI
North2 – NAP/Shoals Pharmacy, Gardendale, AL GHR, Chippewa Falls, WI
South – Cancelled
West – JCS/Coastline, Bellingham, WA Smash It Sports, Vancouver, WA

ASA Men’s C Slow Pitch National Champions

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

From 2008-2012, ASA went to the “4 Corners” Class C Nationals, the East, West, North and South winners met in a National Tournament.

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)

From 2008-2012, ASA went to the “4 Corners” Class-C Nationals, the East, West, North and South winners met in a National Tournament.

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)

The ASA abandoned the “4 Corners” Format and went back to having just one Class C National championship in 2013.

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 – Russell’s Paint & Body Shop, Lake Mary, FL – OC, Grimes, IA
2016 – TNT Softball, Avenel, NJ – Comatose/Themshirts, Beloit, WI
2017 – Ts 13/Omaha/Monsta, Omaha, NE – Army Black, Fayetteville, NC
2018 – Dirt Dogs/Fyzical/Davidson/DPC, Wallingford, CT – B.O.T./TNT, Trenton, NJ
2019 – OC/Grip City/Monsta, Grimes, IA – PIPAC/FAW/Kelling & Sons Painting, Cedar Falls, IA