Category: ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch

Ty Stofflet

Is Ty Stofflet the Greatest Pitcher of All Time?

Ty Stofflet

  • Over 1500 wins and less than 300 losses.
  • 650 shutouts 172 no hitters 500 one-hitters 58 perfect games.
  • Won 71 straight games clocked at 104.7 mph.
  • ASA national record 14 consecutive wins 76 2/3 consecutive innings without giving up an earned run.

ISC CAREER

  • 1958 St. John’s, Allentown – Local Church League
  • 1959 St. John’s, Allentown – Local Church League
  • 1960 St. John’s, Allentown – Local Church League
  • 1961 St. John’s, Allentown – Local Church League
  • 1962 St. John’s, Allentown – Local Church League – 2nd ISC East Church 0-1, 7 IP, 9 K
  • 1963 Allentown Patriots – ISC-14 0-1; 10-18, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won ISC States, 3-1, 28 IP, 46 K
  • 1964 Allentown Patriots – ISC-10 2-2; 31-48, 2 Shutouts, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won ISC States, 2-0, 18 IP, 25 K
  • 1965 Allentown Patriots – ISC-3 4-2; 42-47, 3 Shutouts, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won ISC States, 2-0, 14 IP, 30 K, No Hitter
  • 1966 Allentown Patriots – ISC-4 4-2; 41-60, 4 Shutouts, Won ISC States, 1-1, 16 IP, 25 K
  • 1966 Mack Trucks – Won ISC Ind. States, 1-1, 14 IP, 21 K
  • 1967 Allentown Patriots – ISC-2 4-2 52 IP 85 K, 3 Shutouts, Perfect Game, MVP, All American, Won ISC States 2-0, 14 IP, 24 K, 2 Perfect Games
  • 1966 Mack Trucks – Won ISC Ind. States 1-0, 7 IP, 19 K, Perfect Game
  • 1968 Allentown Patriots – MVP, 2nd ISC States 2-1, 17 IP, 30 K
  • 1968 Sal’s Lunch, Philadelphia – ISC-4 3-1 35 IP, 71 K, 2 Shutouts, No Hitter, All American
  • 1968 Mack Trucks – MVP-Won ISC Ind. States 3-1, 30 IP, 66 K, 2 No Hitters
  • 1969 Sal’s Lunch, Philadelphia – ISC-1 5-0; 42 IP, 86 K, 5 Shutouts, No Hitter, Perfect Game, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won ISC States 4-0, 28 IP, 54 K
  • 1971 Mack UAW Local – MVP-Won Ind East States 3-0, 21 IP, 54 K
  • 1984 Bank of PA Sunners – ISC-7 6-2; 64 IP, 83 K, 2 Shutouts, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American, Won ISC States 1-0, 7 IP, 9 K
  • 1985 Bank of PA Sunners – ISC-5 3-1, 31 IP, 46 K, 2 Shutouts, Won ISC States, 1-0, 7 IP, 10 K, No Hitter
  • 1987 Saskatoon All-O-Matic A’s – ISC-25 0-1, 7 IP, 10 K
  • 1989 McD/Jimmy Macs, Baltimore – ISC-25 1-2, 19 IP, 21 K
  • 1990 TW Perry, Baltimore – ISC-25  1-1, 15 IP, 22 K
  • 1991 Class Walls, Whiteford, MD – ISC-17 1-1, 18 IP, 28 K
  • 1992 Class Walls, Whiteford, MD – ISC-13 4-2, 42 IP, 36 K, All American

ISC TOTALS

  • Nationals – 38-20, 449 IP, 661 K, 2 MVP, 1 Outstanding Pitcher Award, 5 All American
  • States – 26-6, 229 IP, 422 K, 3 MVP, 4 Outstanding Pitcher Awards

ASA CAREER

  • 1970 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-3, 2-0, 14 IP, 21 K, MVP-Won States 7-1, 58 IP, 96 K
  • 1971 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-3 MVP, All American 3-2; 43 IP, 79 K, ASA-1 MVP; 5-0, 40 IP, 65 K, 5 Shutouts, 2 No Hitters, MVP-Won States 3-0, 21 IP, 40 K
  • 1972 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-2 MVP; 5-2, 49-77, 2 Shutouts, did not have to play states
  • 1973 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-2, 3-2, 39 IP, 58 K, 3 Shutout, No Hitter, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won States 3-0, 22 IP, 27 K
  • 1974 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-4, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American 2-1; 36 IP, 64 K, ASA-1 Outstanding Pitcher Award, 3-0, 21 IP, 41 K, 2 Shutout, Outstanding Pitcher Award, Won States 2-0, 18 IP, 30 K
  • 1975 Rising Sun, Reading – ASA-1, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American 6-0; 53 IP, 88 K, ASA-1 MVP, 5-0, 44-82, 2 Shutout, No Hitter, did not have to play states
  • 1976 Billard Sunners – ASA-5, All American, 3-2; 33 IP, 54 K, did not have to play regionals, did not have to play states
  • 1976 Rising Sun – ISF-1, ISF World Cup, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award 4-2, 59 IP, 98 K, 3 Shutouts, 20 Inning No Hitter
  • 1977 Billard Sunners – ASA-1, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American 5-0; 35 IP, 49 K, Won States 1-0; 7 IP, 18 K, No Hitter
  • 1978 Billard Sunners – ASA-1, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American 4-0; 29 IP, 61 K, did not have to play regionals, did not have to play states
  • 1978 Billard Sunners – USA-1, US National Sports Festival 4-0; 28 IP, 50 K
  • 1979 York BB Sunners – ASA-2, Outstanding Pitcher Award, All American 5-1; 46 IP, 76 K, did not have to play regionals, did not have to play states
  • 1979 York BB Sunners – USA-1, US National Sports Festival 2-1, 21 IP, 30 K
  • 1979 Team USA – USA-2, Pan-Am Games, 4-1, 37 IP, 65 K, 2 Shutout, No Hitter
  • 1980 York BB Sunners – Broken Wrist- missed entire year
  • 1981 Reading Sunners – ASA-3, All American, 4-1; 41 IP, 69 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1982 Bank PA Sunners – ASA-13, 1-2; 23 IP, 25 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1982 Bank PA Sunners – USA-2, US National Sports Festival 2-2, 31 IP, 28 K
  • 1983 Bank PA Sunners, ASA-4, All American, 5-1; 48 IP, 58 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1983 Team USA – USA-2, Pan-Am Games, 2-0, 14 IP, 22 K, No Hitter
  • 1984 Bank PA Sunners – ASA-13, 0-2; 16 IP, 16 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1985 Bank PA Sunners – ASA-4, All American, 4-2; 40 IP, 46 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1986 Allentown Sunners – ASA-5, All American, 3-2; 38 IP, 45 K, At-Large team for Nationals
  • 1986 Allentown Sunners – USA-3, US National Sports Festival, 1-1, 14 IP, 21 K
  • 1987 Annapolis Radiator – ASA-25, 0-2; 13 IP, 10 K,
  • 1987 Local Teams – Ski Brothers, Allentown and Beautyland, Philadelphia
  • 1988 Local Teams – Neffs, Allentown and Beautyland, Philadelphia
  • 1989 Riverside Lasers – ASA-17, 1-1; 14 IP, 14 K
  • 1989 Local Teams – T&S Vending (Neffs), Allentown
  • 1990 TW Perry-Jim Macs
  • 1990 Local Teams – Olympic Games, Allentown
  • 1991 Class Walls
  • 1991 Local Teams – Neffs, Allentown and Biello’s, Philadelphia
  • 1992 Class Walls – ASA-33, 0-2; 10 IP, 8 K
  • 1992 Local Teams – Chuckie’s Chicken & Ribs, Allentown
  • 1993 Class Walls
  • 1993 Local Teams – Petersville Rod & Gun, Allentown
  • 1994 Class Walls
  • 1994 Local Teams – Petersville Rod & Gun, Allentown
  • 1995 Class Walls
  • 1995 Local Teams – FA Rohrback, Allentown and Maryland Masters, Lebanon

ASA National Totals – 46-21, 518 IP, 762 K, 3 National Titles, 11 All Americans, 5 MVP, 5 Outstanding Pitcher Awards

ASA Region Totals – 23-4, 207 IP, 343 K, 3 Regional Titles, 3 MVP, 1 Outstanding Pitcher Award

ASA State Totals – 16-1, 126 IP, 211 K, 5 State Titles, 2 MVP, 2 Outstanding Pitcher Awards

NSF (Olympic Festival) Totals – 9-4, 94 IP, 130 K, 2 Festival titles

ISF Totals – 4-2, 59 IP, 98 K, 1 World title, 3 Shutouts, No Hitter, MVP, Outstanding Pitcher Award

Pan-Am Totals – 6-1, 51 IP, 87 K, 2 Shutouts, 2 No Hitters


When he broke the record in 1986 ASA Nationals beating Midland 1-0 with no hitter to win 45th career ASA National tournament game, he was 45-14 at the time. He lost his next two games at the 1986 Nationals and then went 1-5 in the next 3 Nationals he played in.

Statistics for just advanced play tournaments like states/regionals/nationals/worlds.

  • ASA Nationals – 46-21, 518 IP, 762 K, 3 National Championships, 11 All Americans, 5 MVP, 5 Most Valuable Pitcher
  • ASA Regionals – 23-4, 207 IP, 343 K, 3 Championships, 3 MVP, 1 Most Valuable Pitcher
  • ASA States – 16-1, 126 IP, 211 K, 5 Championships, 2 MVP, 2 Most Valuable Pitcher
  • NSF Festival – 9-4, 80 IP, 109 K, 2 Championships
  • ISF World – 4-2, 59 IP, 98 K, 1 Championship, 1 MVP, 1 Most Valuable Pitcher
  • Pan Am Games – 6-1, 51 IP, 87 K
  • ISC National – 38-20, 449 IP, 661 K, 1 Championship, 5 All Worlds, 2 MVP, 1 Most Valuable Pitcher
  • ISC States – 26-2, 229 IP, 422 K, 12 Championships, 3 MVP, 4 Most Valuable Pitcher

TOTALS – 168-55, 1733 IP, 2714 K, 26 Championships, 16 All American/World, 16 MVP, 14 Most Valuable Pitcher

In ASA National Play, he hurled close to 20 shutouts and 8 no hitters, including 4 perfect games.

In ISC World play, he had another 21 shutouts with 3 no hitters and 2 perfect games.

In State and regional play, he probably had another 15 no hitters and 10 perfect games.

He saved his best for the big stage.  In what is still considered the greatest pitching performance of all time in the 1972 ISF World Championships, he pitched an incredible 1-0 win over New Zealand and its ace pitcher, Kevin Herlihy, in 20 innings. For 18 2/3 innings Stofflet had a perfect game before a batter was hit by a pitch. Stofflet had two of the five hits off Herlihy including the game’s only RBI with a single in the top of the 20th inning. Stofflet finished with an incredible 32 strikeouts in a game.

He was a pitcher with no equal and what people fail to realize it that he also had a career batting average of over .300.

Men’s Major Fast Pitch Champions

YEAR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM TOURNEY (W-L) SEASON (W-L)
1932# Bodegas, LaCrosse, WI 4-0 33-5
1933# Wemcoes (Wisconsin Evaporated Milk Co.), Lake Mills, WI 5-0 11-7
1933 J.L. Friedman Boosters, Chicago, IL 5-0 108-11
1934 Ke-Nash-A Blue Streaks, Kenosha, WI 5-0 64-10
1935 Crimson Coach Tobaccos, Toledo, OH 5-0 81-27
1936 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1937 Briggs Body Team, Detroit, MI 6-0 107-12
1938 Pohlar’s Café, Cincinnati, OH 6-0 58-3
1939 Nick Carr Boosters, Covington, KY 6-0 77-10
1940 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1941 Bendix Brakes, South Bend, IN 6-0 61-22
1942 Deep Rock Oilers, Tulsa, OK 6-1 45-6
1943 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-1 25-3
1944 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-0 58-4
1945 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 6-1 72-4
1946 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 93-7
1947 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 113-19
1948 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 5-1 41-1
1949 Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 5-0
1950 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0 82-6
1951 Dow Chemical AC Co., Midland, MI 6-1 41-10
1952 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-0 #28-1
1953 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-1 42-16
1954 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0 75-5
1955 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-1 66-5
1956 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0 67-2
1957 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 79-11
1958 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0 72-5
1959 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 9-1 77-10
1960 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 7-1 84-9
1961 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 74-9
1962 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 82-6
1963 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 105-10
1964 Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI 5-0
1965 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 92-6
1966 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0 84-19
1967 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 6-0 85-7
1968 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 82-11
1969 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-1 74-10
1970 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 86-15
1971 Welty Way, Cedar Rapids, IA 5-0
1972 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 52-8
1973 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 82-12
1974 Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA 5-0 107-10
1975 Rising Sun Hotel, Reading, PA 6-0 62-13
1976 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0 50-16
1977 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-1 81-8
1978 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-0 76-13
1979 McArdle Pontiac/Cadillac, Midland, MI 7-1
1980 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-0 118-15
1981 Decatur ADM, Decatur, IL 6-1 102-20
1982 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-1 100-16
1983 Franklin Cardinals, West Haven, CT 5-1 48-14
1984 California Coors Kings, Merced, CA 10-1 78-19
1985 Pay’N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0 105-15
1986 Pay’N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0 87-14
1987 Pay’N Pak, Bellevue, WA 11-1 92-21
1988 Trans-Aire Vans, Elkhart, IN 8-1 59-24
1989 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 91-24
1990 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 95-17
1991 Guanella Brothers, Rohnert Park, CA 6-1 56-16
1992 National Health Care Discount, Sioux City, IA 10-1 94-7
1993 National Health Care Discount, Sioux City, IA 7-1 98-8
1994 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 7-1 79-7
1995 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 6-0 83-12
1996 Green Bay All Car Roadrunners, Green Bay, WI 6-1 66-21
1997 Tampa Bay Smokers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 61-11
1998 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 5-0 56-12
1999 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 5-0 50-13
2000 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 4-0 56-14
2001 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 6-1 50-17
2002 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 5-0 54-10
2003 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0 54-7
2004 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0 30-5
2005 Tampa Bay Smokers, Tampa Bay, FL 4-0 *4-0
2006 Circle Tap, Denmark, WI 6-1 32-20
2007 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-0 #21-6
2008 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-1 #17-7
2009 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 10-1 #23-6
2010 Kitchener Rivershack Twins, Amber, PA 5-0 #5-0
2011 Broken Bow/Jarvis Travelers, Broken Bow, NE – Tie due to rain 4-1 #10-1
2011 Chicago/NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY – Tie due to rain 5-1 #10-3
2012 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 8-1 34-8
2013 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0 37-8
2014 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 4-0 34-4
2015 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0 28-1
2016 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 31-6
2017 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 17-4
2018 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 32-4
2019 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 4-0 21-4
2020 Kegel Black Knights, Fargo, ND 4-0 15-2

# – incomplete record.
* – Smokers were half of Circle Tap roster and only played in this tournament as a team. Circle Tap’s record was 40-21 excluding the national tournament.

NOTE: 1932 & 1933 sponsored by National Diamond Ball Association; then disbanded.

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

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

Patrick M. Premo

2020 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2020 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.


Champion – Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, Minnesota
Runner Up – Decatur ADM, Decatur, Illinois


The 2020 USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship concluded on Sunday with the Kegel Black Knights taking home the Championship trophy following their 8-1 victory over the NY Gremlins. Finishing in fifth place with a 2-2 record one year ago at the 2019 edition, the Black Knights went on a 4-0 undefeated run and outscored opponents 51-21 at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex.

In the opening matchup on Championship Sunday, Bear Bottom Lodge bested Jay Blank Realty, 11-5. Bear Bottom Lodge’s Codi Pannebecker got the offense started with a two-run home run before a double from Juan Platner quickly made it 3-0 in the first inning. An error by Jay Blank Realty allowed another two runners to cross home, giving Bear Bottom Lodge a 5-0 lead heading into the bottom half of the frame. Bear Bottom Lodge continued to add to their lead and ultimately came out on top, 11-5, with Kevin Reber finishing 2-for-3 at the plate. From the circle, Phil Zimmerman and Julian Fernandez limited Jay Blank Realty to six hits and fanned seven batters.

Sunday’s Game 2 featured Bear Bottom Lodge and the NY Gremlins going head-to-head, with the Gremlins claiming a 6-1 victory and setting up a rematch with Kegel Black Knights for the Championship finale. The Gremlins jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the first inning thanks to a two RBI double from Cam Schiller and two-run home run by Jonathan Lynch. The Gremlins put up another two runs in the sixth inning and despite Bear Bottom Lodge plating one in the bottom half, the final 6-1 score advanced them to the Championship match. Duane Weiler allowed one run on four hits and struck out five in his five innings of work, while Luis Amaya collected four strikeouts and allowed one hit in his two innings of relief.

Kegel Black Knights finished victorious at the Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship, defeating the NY Gremlins for the second time this weekend. Playing as the home squad, Kegel’s BJ Gulick and Chris Heinline hit back-to-back fly balls to put the Black Knights up, 2-0, in the first inning. Jonathan Lynch doubled to lead off the second inning, tagged up on a fly out to reach third and scored on a passed ball to cut the Gremlin deficit in half. Kegel’s offense stayed hot in the second inning as Zac Shaw sent a bases-loaded single up the middle to extend the lead, 4-1. A walk to Gulick loaded the bases once again and with a 2-2 count, Heinline smashed a ball to deep centerfield for a grand slam, putting the Black Knights in front of the Gremlins, 8-1. The score held until the fifth inning, when the Kegel Black Knights completed the 8-1 run-rule victory over the Gremlins to claim their first ever Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship title. BJ Hunhoff got the win, allowing one run on five hits and striking out two batters in five innings. Mike Lewis, Chris Heinline and BJ Gulick finished with two hits apiece, with tournament MVP Heinline leading the team with 5 RBI.


  • MVP – Chris Heinline, Kegel Black Knights (6-13, .462, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 5 Runs)
  • Batting Leader – Justin Gonzalez, Jay Blank Realty (13-19, 2 RBI, 4 Runs) – .684
  • Home Run Leader – Chris Heinline, Kegel Black Knights (6-13, .462, 11 RBI, 5 Runs) – 3
  • Home Run Leader – Jagen Millspaugh, Wabash Pride (7-14, .500, 7 RBI, 4 Runs) – 3

Kegel Black Knights – BJ Hunhoff (2-0, 11 IP, 9 K), Rob Schweyer (2-0, 9 IP, 10 K), Blaine Milheim (9-14, .643, 8 RBI, 8 Runs) BJ Gulick (7-10, .700, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 5 Runs) Zach Warne (6-10, .600) Mike Lewis (8-12, .667, 1 HR, 8 RBI, 8 Runs)

NY Gremlins – Duane Weller (2-0, 8 IP, 6 K), Tony Mancha (5 IP, 9 K), Luis Amaya (0-2, 9 IP, 15 K), Erick Oshoa (2 HR, 4 RBI), Jonathan Lynch (6-13, .462, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 4 Runs) Cam Shiller (1 HR, 2 RBI)

Bear Bottom Lodge – Kevin Reber (7-10, .700, 4 RBI, 3 Runs) Julian Fernandez (1-1, 24 IP, 28 K)

NY Gremlins beat Bear Bottom Lodge 6-1 – Duane Weller in losers bracket final.

Kegel Black Knights beat Gremlins 8-1 in the final.


2020 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Duane Weiler, NY Gremlins
P – Rob Schweyer, Kegel Black Knights
P – BJ Hunhoff, Kegel Black Knights
C – Zach Warne, Kegel Black Knights
IF – Cam Schiller, NY Gremlins
IF – Jeff Lewis, Kegel Black Knights
IF – Mike Lewis, Kegel Black Knights
IF – Chris Heinline, Kegel Black Knights (5 RBI on a single and then grand slam BJ Hunhoff, 5 IP, 1 R, 2 K)
OF – Jonathan Lynch, NY Gremlins
OF – Blaine Milheim, Kegel Black Knights
OF – BJ Gulick, Kegel Black Knights
OF – Keven Reber, Bear Bottom Lodge
UTIL – Cody Gibbons, Jay Blank Realty (8-16, .500)
UTIL – Justin Gonzalez, Jay Blank Realty
UTIL – Nick Mullins, NY Gremlins


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN (4-0)
2. NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY (3-2)
3. Bear Bottom Lodge, Denver, PA (3-2)
4. Jay Blank Realty, Little Canada, MN (4-2)
5t. A-1 Bombers, Castro Valley, CA (1-2)
5t. Rio Grande Senators, Midland, TX (3-2)
7t. Wabash Pride, Wabash, IN (2-2)
7t. Tribal Brothers/TMC, Duncan, OK (1-3)
9t. Bar On The Avenue Buzz, Kimberly, WI (2-3)
9t. Ray Rays Sports Bar Misfits, Houston, TX (1-3)
9t. Seadogs, Stoneham, MA (0-3)

2019 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2019 held at St. Joseph, Missouri on July 19-21.


Champion – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York
Runner Up – Gremlins, Staten Island, New York


The NY Gremlins, gunning for their 4th straight USA National Championship, couldn’t get past old nemesis, Hill United Chiefs n the winner’s bracket final. The Chiefs defeated Andrew Kirkpatrick and the Gremlins 8-1. Brad Ezekial homered and Bruno Motroni doubled for the Chiefs. Jason Hill (2-3), Steve Mullaley (2-3) and Mark Johnson (2-2) all had big games for the Chiefs. The Gremlins were scheduled to play the Hallman Twins in the loser’s bracket final when the rains washed out the tournament. By USA/ASA tie-breaker rules, the Hill United Chiefs were declared the Champs by being the only undefeated team. The Gremlins were awarded second and the Hallman Twins were awarded third. The two Australian pitching legends Adam Folkard for the Chiefs was 2-0 and Andrew Kirkpatrick of the Gremlins was 1-1 (1 Save, 10 IP, 10 K).

Roman Godoy for Circle Tap Dukes was 1-1, 10 IP, 17 K.

Devon McCullough (1-0, 3 IP, 1 K) and Pablo Migliavacca (1 save, 2 IP) were the other Chiefs pitchers.


  • MVP – Bruno Motnoni, Hill United Chiefs
  • Batting Leader –Federico Eder, Circle Tap Dukes (8-20, 2 HRs, 8 RBIs, 6 Runs) – .400
  • Home Run Leader – Brad Ezekial, Hill United Chiefs
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (2-0)

2019 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Huemel Mata, Hallman Twins (2-0, 17 IP, 19 K)
P – Layton Reid, Circle Tap Dukes (1-1, 1 save, 10 IP, 22 K)
P – Samuel Villavaza, Rio Grande Senators
C – Bruno Montroni, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Frederico Eder, Circle Tap Dukes
IF – Cam Schiller, Hallman Twins
IF – Matt Palazzo, Gremlins
IF – Colin Walsh, Hallman Twins
OF – Reilly Makea, Bear Bottom Lodge
OF – Brad Ezekial, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Pablo Figureo, Pueblo Bandits
OF – Mathieu Roy, Gremlins
UTIL – Gonzalo Ojenla, AWP Lumberjacks
UTIL – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Derek Mayson, Kegel Black Knights
NA – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (3-0)
2. Gremlins, Staten Island, NY (3-1)
3. Hallman Twins, Chesterfield, VA (5-1)
4. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (4-2)
5t. Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN (2-2)
5t. Bear Bottom Lodge, Ephrata, PA (2-2)
7t. AWP Lumberjacks, Fairview Heights, IL (2-2)
7t. Rio Grande Senators, Midland, TX (2-2)
9t. Ostrander Norsemen, Chanhassen, MN (1-3)
9t. Pueblo Bandits, Aurora, CO (1-3)
9t. Wizards Of Oz Kansas, Silver Lake, KS (0-3)
9t. Northwest Implement, Stanberry, MO (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format and shortened by rain.

2018 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2018 held at South Bend, Indiana on August 2-5.


Champion – NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York
Runner Up – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York


The NY Gremlins earned a spot in the Championship Game after a tightly-contested battle against eventual runner-up Hill United Chiefs. Down by six runs after three complete innings, the NY Gremlins slowly chipped away at the lead before a walk off grand slam by Malarczuk Ladlisao sealed the win. Hill United Chiefs posted a 17-5 win over Hallman Twins to earn the rematch against the NY Gremlins in the Championship Game. Hill United Chiefs once again took an early lead after a leadoff, solo home run by Brad Ezekiel. The NY Gremlins responded in the top of the third, taking the lead for good with a two-run home run by Ben Enoka. Additional home runs by Bryan Abrey and Zenon Winters kept the offense rolling for the NY Gremlins as they earned the 11-3 (six innings) win to hold on to the Men’s Major Fast Pitch National title. This is the third straight National Championship for the Gremlins.

Roman Godoy, Circle Tap (3-1, Save, 22 IP, 31 K).

Adam Folkard (2-2, 17 IP, 29 K, 2 Shutouts) and Justin Schofield (2-0, 11 IP, 16 Ks) both of Hill United Chiefs.

Ladlisao Malarczuk, NY Gremlins (7-13, .538, Grand Slam, 8 RBI, 2 Runs).

Jason Hill, Hill United (8-16, .500, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 7 Runs).


  • MVP – Andrew Kirkpatrick, NY Gremlins (3-0, 18 IP, 20 K, Shutout; 6-11, .545, HR, 6 RBI)
  • Batting Leader – Eric Ochoa, NY Gremlins (10-16, HR, 8 RBI, 5 Runs) – .625
  • Home Run Leader – Shane Boland, Hill United (10-19, .526, 6 RBI, 5 Runs) – 3
  • Home Run Leader – Jeff Ellsworth, Hill United (6-14, .429, 4 RBI, 5 Runs) – 3
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – N/A, no info or nothing mentioned about it – (Andrew Kirkpatrick, NY Gremlins was MVP)

2018 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Tony Sparvier, KC Monarchs
P – Juan Potolicchio, NY Gremlins (2-0, 10 IP, 15 K, No-Hitter)
P – Ryan French, Hallman Twins
C – Bruno Motroni, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Steve Mullaley, Hallman Twins
IF – Tyler Dudley, Circle Tap Dukes
IF – Nick Schailes, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Tommy Crouch, Circle Tap Dukes
OF – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Mathieu Roy, NY Gremlins
OF – Teo Migliavacca, Hallman Twins
OF – Nico Carill, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Zach Shaw, KC Monarchs
UTIL – Nick Mullins, NY Gremlins
UTIL – Derek Mayson, Hallman Twins


FINAL STANDINGS

1. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (5-0)
2. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (4-2)
3. Hallman Twins, North Chesterfield, VA (4-2)
4. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (4-2)
5t. J&B Bombers, Ephrata, PA (2-2)
5t. Kansas City Monarchs, Belleville, KS (3-2)
7t. Bloomington Stix, Lexington, IL (2-2)
7t. The Bar On The Avenue Buzz, Kimberly, WI (3-2)
9t. Bear Bottom Lodge, Denver, PA (1-2)
9t. Alexander Crawlers, Calgary, WA (3-2)
9t. Ostrander Norsemen, Chanhassen, MN (2-2)
9t. Pueblo Bandits, Aurora, CO (1-3)
13t. Alvinston Aces, Wyoming, MI (2-2)
13t. Rice Lake Orangemen, New Richmond, WI (2-2)
13t. Tin Cup Tornado, Little Canada, MN (1-3)
13t. Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN (0-3)
17t. Wabash Pride, Wabash, IN (0-3)
17t. Frankenmuth Brewers, Frankenmuth, MI (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2017 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2017 held at South Bend, Indiana on August 3-6.


Champion – Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York
Runner Up – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York


Gremlins Roman Godoy hurled the 12-3, 5-Inning game to win the Championship game. He had 8 K. Andrew Kirkpatrick, (4-12, .333, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 1-0 pitching, Shutout, 9 K), Matt Palazzo (5-12, .417, HR, 5 RBI) and Bryan Abrey (6-11, .545, HR, 4 RBI) all connected for 3-Run Homers to lead the Offense. The Gremlins went (5-0) and won their second straight Major Title. They have been 10-0 in the past two years. They shutout 4 straight teams by a score of 31-0, before winning the 12-3 final. Juan Potolicchio (1-0, Shutout, 7 K) and Andrew Kirkpatrick (1-0, Shutout, 9 K) won the other two game for the Gremlins.  Other players coming up big for the powerful Gremlins offense include; Mathieu Roy (5-13, .385, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 7 Runs), Blair Ezekiel (5-15, .333, HR, 3 RBI) and Ladlisao Malarczuk (6-12, .500, 1 RBI, 6 Runs).

The leading hitter for the Chiefs was Nick Shailes (7-18, .388, 2 HR, 5 RBI).  Adam Folkard of the Chiefs was (2-2) in 15 innings, collecting 23 K. Pablo Migliavacca won the other 2 games for the Chiefs, as he hurled two 5-inning shutouts and struck out 12.


  • MVP – Zenon Winters (5-12, .417, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 7 Runs)
  • Batting Leader – Brandon Kiel, Kegel Black Knights – no information listed on stats
  • Home Run Leader – Tony Gonzales, Hill United Chiefs (4-14, .286, 4 RBI, 3 Runs) – 3
  • Home Run Leader – Jason Hill, Hill United Chiefs (4-16, .250, 4 RBI, 3 Runs) – 3
  • Home Run Leader – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs (7-16, .438, 6 RBI, 3 Runs) – 3
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – N/A, no info or nothing mentioned about it – (Roman Godoy, NY Gremlins 3-0, 17 IP, 24 K, 2 Shutouts)

2017 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs
P – Roman Goddy, Gremlins
P – Pablo Migllavacca, Hill United Chiefs
C – Freddy Carmona, J&B Bombers
OF – Brandan Kiel, Kegel Black Knights
OF – Zenon Winters, Gremlins
OF – Mathieu Roy, Gremlins
OF – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Derrick Kennedy, J&B Bombers
UTIL – Mark Johnson, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Andrew Kirkpatrick, Gremlins
IF – Matt Palazzo, Gremlins
IF – Tony Gonzales, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Jason Hill, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Cam Schiller, J&B Bombers

2017 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Juan Potolicchio, Gremlins
P – Devon McCullough, J&B Bombers
P – Pat Burns, J&B Bombers
C – Rafael Flores, Gremlins
OF – Reily Makea, Bloomington Stix
OF – Nico Carill, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Wayne Laulu, Circle Tap Dukes
OF – BJ Gulick, Kegel Black Knights
UTIL – Mick Baker, Bloomington Stix
UTIL – Blake Hunter, J&B Bombers
UTIL – Kris Walushka, J&B Bombers
IF – Manuel Godry, Circle Tap Dukes
IF – Jeff Lewis, Kegel Black Knights
IF – Tyron Bartorillo, Bloomington Stix
IF – Peter Wards, Bloomington Stix


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (5-0)
2. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (4-2)
3. J&B Bombers, Ephrata, PA (5-2)
4. Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN (4-2)
5t. Bloomington Stix, Lexington, IL (2-2)
5t. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (2-2)
7t. A1 Power, Eaton Rapids, MI (2-2)
7t. Ostrander Norsemen, Chanhasssen, MN (3-2)
9t. Can-Am Twins, Pottstown, PA (1-2)
9t. Pueblo Bandits, Aurora, CO (2-2)
9t. Tin Cup Bar, Little Canada, MN (2-2)
9t. Bar On The Avenue Buzz, Kaukauna, WI (2-2)
13t. Twin City Gray Sox, Saint Joseph, MI (0-3)
13t. Bear Bottom Lodge Haymakers, Denver, PA (0-3)
13t. DC Outlaws, Elkhart, IN (0-3)
13t. Topeka Toros, Lawrence, KS (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2016 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2016 held at Kimberly, Wisconsin on August 4-7.


Champion – NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York
Runner Up – A1 Bombers, Ephrata, Pennsylvania


Gremlins jumped out to early lead and captured a 14-1 championship game victory. Ladisao Malarczuk went 3-3 with a HR, 3 RBI and scored 3 Runs. Matt Palazzo went 2-4 with 2 HR. Nick Mullins and Blair Ezeklel both hit 3-Run HRs in the 2nd inning as the Gremlins had a commanding 10-0 lead after two. Gremlins Pitcher Roman Godoy struck out 6 and allowed no ER and gave up 3 hits over 5 innings. Godoy finished the tournament with a 4-0 record. He also had a save and struck out 39 batters in 24 IP. He also hurled a no-hitter. Andrew Kirkpatrick won the only game he started 8-1 (5 IP, 8 K). Ladisao Malarczuk (11-19, .579, 2 HR, 2 Doubles, 5 RBI, 10 Runs), Blair Ezeklel (7-14, .500, 2 HR, 3 Triples, 7 RBI, 4 Runs),  Nick Mullins (4-14, .286, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 Runs) and Zenon Winters (7-18, .467) were standouts at the plate.  For the A-1 Bombers, Tyler Dudley (9-21, .429, 3 HR, 5 RBI, 5 Runs) was the leading hitter.

Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (2-2, 24 IP, 38 K).


  • MVP – Roman Godoy, NY Gremlins (4-0, 39 Ks, 24 IP, including a no-hitter)
  • Batting Leader – Bryan Abrey, NY Gremlins  (8-11, HR, 4 RBI, 5 Runs) – .727
  • Home Run Leader – Matt Palazzo, NY Gremlins (8-18, .444, 6 RBI, 5 Runs) – 3
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – N/A, no info or nothing mentioned about it (Roman Godoy, NY Gremlins 4-0)

2016 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Roman Godoy, New York Gremlins
P – Jorge Segura, Cambridge A1 Bombers (3-0, 18 IP, 24 K)
P – Devon McCullough, Cambridge A1 Bombers (2-2, 24 IP, 38 K)
C – Freddy Carmona, Cambridge A1 Bombers
OF – Blair Ezekiel, New York Gremlins
OF – Nicolas Carrell, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Jon Lynch, Bloomington Stix
OF – Colin Walsh, Ostrander
UTIL – Zenon Winters, New York Gremlins
UTIL – Matt Palazzo, New York Gremlins
UTIL – Tyler Dudley, Cambridge A1 Bombers
IF – Bryan Abrey, New York Gremlins
IF – Ladlisao Malarczuk, New York Gremlins
IF – Marcus Tan, BC Athletics
IF – Jerome Raemaki, Scarborough Force

2016 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Juan Potolicchio, Scarborough Force (3-1, 32 IP, 47 K)
P – Jeff Farion, Bloomington Stix
P – Sebastian Gervasutti, Circle Tap Dukes
C – Juan Cruz Zara, Northeast Drillers
OF – Jarome McKenzie, Tin Cup
OF – Hohepa Monk, Tin Cup
OF – Julian Jemmott, Bloomington Stix
OF – Isaac Nunez, Pueblo Bandits
UTIL – Huemel Mata, Northeast Drillers
UTIL – Ryan Merriman, Bloomington Stix
UTIL – Tyler Bouley, Tin Cup
IF – Carlos Carreno, Topeka Toros
IF – Kevin Castillo, BC Athletics
IF – Matt Chambers, Topeka Toros
IF – Wilton Villafana, Pueblo Bandits


FINAL STANDINGS

1. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (5-0)
2. A1 Bombers, Ephrata, PA (5-2)
3. Scarborough Force, Glencoe, NY (3-2)
4. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (3-2)
5t. BC A’S, Long Island, NY (3-2)
5t. Circle Tap, Denmark, WI (3-2)
7t. Bloomington Stix, Lexington, IL (3-2)
7t. J&B Painting, Augora Hills, CA (2-2)
9t. Northeast Drillers, Pottstown, PA (3-2)
9t. Topeka Toros, Topeka, KS (3-2)
9t. Tin Cup, St. Paul, MN (2-2)
9t. The Bar Buzz, Bakersfield, CA (1-3)
13t. Ostrander, Chanhassen, MN (3-2)
13t. Peligro Gremlins, Staten Island, NY (2-2)
13t. Pueblo Bandits, Pueblo, CO (1-3)
13t. Hitters, Kimberly, WI (0-3)
17t. Stoneyard, Kimberly, WI (0-3)
17t. Dolan & Murphy, Aurora, IL (0-3)
17t. Optimum Crush, Kimberly, WI (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2015 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2015 held at Ashland, Ohio on July 23-26.


Champion – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York
Runner Up – A1 Bombers, Medford, Pennsylvania


Chiefs beat Gremlins in the championship game, 7-0. Adam Folkard hurled a 1-hit shutout and Nick Shailes led the offensive attack (2 HRs, 3 RBIs). Craig Crawford was 3-3 with a double and an RBI. This was the third straight ASA National Championship for the Hill United Chiefs. Adam Folkard won his 11th consecutive ASA National Championship game as a pitcher.  For the Record, the Chiefs became the first and only team in Softball History to win 3 Straight ASA National Championships and also 3 Straight ISC World Championships as well.


  • MVP – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (5-0, 25 IP, 1 ER, 29 K, 3 Shutouts, including 1-hit shutout in Championship game)
  • Batting Leader – Craig Crawford, Hill United Chiefs (7-11, 4 Runs) – .636
  • Home Run Leader – Jeff Goolagong, NY Gremlins (8-15, .533, 14 RBI, 9 Runs) – 5
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (5-0, 29 K, 25 IP, 1 ER, 3 Shutouts)

2015 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs
P – Andrew Kirkpatrick, New York Gremlins (2-1, 15 IP, 20 K)
P – Devon McCullough, A1 Bombers
C – Freddy Carmona, A1 Bombers
OF – Freddy Terkelsen, Hallman Twins
OF – Jeffrey Goolagong, New York Gremlins
OF – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Kris Walushka, A1 Bombers
UTIL – Joel Evans, Hallman Twins
UTIL – Zeron Winters, Hallman Twins
UTIL – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs (3 HR)
IF – Nick Shailes, Hill United Chiefs (3 HR)
IF – Tyler Dudley, A1 Bombers
IF – Matt Palazzo, New York Gremlins (3 HR, 6 RBI)
IF – Rafael Flores, New York Gremlins

2015 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Ramon Jones, PA Power
P – Duane Weiler, Bedford Rays
P – Jeremy Manley, Hallman Twins
C – Freddie Moreta, PA Power
OF – Juan Nunez, PA Power
OF – Mathieu Roy, New York Gremlins (7-12, .583, 2 HR, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 9 Runs)
OF – Derrick Kennedy, A1 Bombers
OF – Pat Sagdal, New York Gremlins
UTIL – Jason Hill, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Jovaan Hanley, New York Gremlins
UTIL – Brennan Pokoyoway, New York Gremlins
IF – Gil Saenez, A1 Bombers
IF – Brandon Horn, Hallman Twins
IF – Jerome Raemaki, A1 Bombers
IF – Blair Ezekiel, New York Gremlins


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (5-0)
2. A1 Bombers, Medford, MA (7-2)
3. New York Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (3-2)
4. Hallman Twins, Topeka, KS (4-2)
5t. PA Power, Watsontown, PA (2-2)
5t. Northeast Drillers, Pottstown, PA (2-2)
7t. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (2-2)
7t. Toronto Gators, Toronto, CN (3-2)
9t. Peligro Gremlins, Staten Island, NY (1-2)
9t. Scarbourough Force, Glencoe, OH (1-2)
9t. California A’s, Bakersfield, CA (2-2)
9t. Great Lakes Mariners, Eaton Rapids, MI (2-2)
13t. Pueblo Bandits, Pueblo., CO (0-3)
13t. SME Threshers, West Fargo, ND (0-3)
13t. Bedford Rays, Lititz, PA (0-3)
13t. Bloomington Stix, Lexington, IL (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2014 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2014 held at South Bend, Indiana on July 31-August 4.


Champion – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York
Runner Up – NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York (33-10)


NY Gremlins behind pitcher Andrew Kirkpatrick eliminated the Kitchener Hallman Twins 7-4 in the loser’s bracket finals to advance to the championship against the defending champs, Hill United Chiefs.  The Chiefs behind the pitching of Adam Folkard defeated the Gremlins 7-4 to win the ASA title for the second  straight year. Despite Bryan Abrey and Wayne Laulu hitting HR for the Gremlins. The Chiefs got to Losing Pitcher Dean Holoien as Jason Hill and James Todhunter hit home runs and Steve Mullaley was (2-2) with a walk. For the Chiefs, Jason Hill (2 HR),  Jeff Ellsworth (Grand Slam) and Craig Crawford also hit big HRs for the Chiefs in the tournament.

Dean Holoien, NY Gremlins went 1-1, 8 IP, 16 K.

Blair Ezekiel (.333, HR) and Mathias Roy (3 HR) led the Gremlins.


  • MVP – Steve Mullaley, Chiefs
  • Batting Leader – Steve Mullaley, Chiefs (7-10) – .700
  • HR Leader – Brian Banner, Hallman Twins – 4
  • HR Leader – Fernando Petric, Circle Tap – 4
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – Adam Folkard, Chiefs (4-0, 27 IP, 40 Ks, 1 shutout, won championship game 7-4)

2014 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs
P – Andrew Kirkpatrick, NY Gremlins (3-1, 1 Shutout, 26 IP, 28 K)
P – Juan Potolocchio, Circle Tap Dukes (3-0)
C – Bruno Motroni, Circle Tap Dukes
OF – Fernando Petric, Circle Tap Dukes
OF – Francisco Lombardo, Emerson Aces
OF – Jeffrey Goolagong, NY Gremlins (.313, HR, 8 RBI)
OF – Jeff Ellsworth, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Bryan Avery, NY Gremlins (6-14, .429, HR, 2 RBI)
UTIL – Chris Miljavac, Circle Tap Dukes
UTIL – Donny Hale, Pennsylvania Power
IF – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs (7-10, .700, HR, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 7 RBI and went 2 for 2 in the championship game)
IF – Shea Bryant, Emerson Aces
IF – Chase Turner, The Bar Buzz
IF – Nick Shailes, Hill United Chiefs

2014 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Josh Johnson, The Bar Buzz
P – Tony Mancha, Swashbucklers
P – Kyle Crawford, Emerson Aces
C – Brian Banner, Twins
OF – Manuez GoDoy, Pennsylvania Power
OF – Freddy Terkelsen, Twins
OF – Mathieu Roy, NY Gremlins
OF – Justin Krenzke, Emerson Aces
UTIL – Erick Urbaneja, Circle Tap Dukes
UTIL – James Ted Hunter, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Eddie Kettlehut, Pennsylvania Power
IF – Jerome Reamaki, Twins
IF – Derrick Zechman, Pennsylvania Power
IF – Travis Wilson, NY Gremlins
IF – Rhys Casley, NY Gremlins (.333, 2 HR)


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (4-0)
2. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (4-2)
3. Twins, Topeka, KS (4-2)
4. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (3-2)
5t. Emerson Aces, Sanford, MI (3-2)
5t. Pennsylvania Power, Harrisburg, PA (2-2)
7t. Swashbucklers, Staten Island, NY (2-2)
7t. Kegel Black Knights, Moorhead, MN (2-2)
9t. The Bar Buzz, Bakersfield, CA (2-2)
9t. Bloomington Stix, Bloomington., IL (2-3)
9t. Capitals, Westerville, OH (1-2)
9t. Topeka Toros, Topeka, KS (1-2)
13t. Great Lakes Mariners, Marshall, MI (1-3)
13t. Bandits, Pueblo., CO (0-3)
13t. Twin City Gray Sox, Sawyer, MI (0-3)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2013 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2013 held at South Bend, Indiana on August 1-August 4.


Champion – Hill United Chiefs, Machias, New York
Runner Up – NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York (27-5)


NY Gremlins lost the winner’s bracket finals to Hill United Chiefs 2-1 and then sat and watched the California A’s defeat the Jarvis Travelers 7-4. The Gremlins had to defeat the A’s to get another crack at the Chief.  But California A’s had to withdraw due to lack of pitching and New York was awarded a 7-0 forfeit win in the loser’s bracket finals.  They came up on the short end of the score in the finals.  The Gremlins led 2-0 going into the bottom of the 6th inning behind the pitching of Sean Whitten. After the Chiefs scored 2 runs to tie the score, Andrew Kirkpatrick came in to pitch in relief and then in the bottom of the 7th inning, gave up  the winning run with two outs to lose the Championship Game (3-2) and give the title to the Chiefs.  This completed a (5-0) run through the tournament for the Chiefs. Grant Patterson started the game for the Chiefs and went 5 innings. Mitch Hardy pitched the 6th inning and then Adam Folkard came in the 7th inning and struck out two batters to gain the win.

Andrew Kirkpatrick,  (2-1, 1 Shutout, 18 IP, 28 K) Sean Whitten (1-0, 6 IP, 16 K) and Sean Cleary (1-1 10 IP, 17K) led the Gremlins pitching staff.


  • MVP – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs (2-4, 2 RBIs in the (3-2) final game) – drove in Jeff Ellsworth with the winning run in the bottom of the 7th in the Championship game.
  • Batting Leader – Freddie Terkelson, Kitchener Hallman Twins (9-15, 2 HR, 3 Doubles, 8 RBI, 5 Runs) – .600
  • Home Run Leader – Nathan Nukunuku, California A’s (8-18, .444, 7 RBI, 5 Runs) – 4
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (3-0, 21 IP, 31 K)

2013 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs (3-0, 21 IP, 31 K)
P – Juan Potolocchio, PA Power
P – Lucas Mata, California A’s (4-0, 26 IP, 24 K, 4 ERs, 1.07 ERA)
C – Bryan Abrey, NY Gremlins
OF – Freddy Terkelsen, Hallman Twins
OF – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Mathieu Roy, NY Gremlins (6-15, .400, HR 4 RBI)
OF – Jeffrey Goolagong, NY Gremlins (6-15, .400 2 HR, 5 RBI, 4 Runs)
UTIL – Jeff Ellsworth, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Jerome Raemaki, Hallman Twins
UTIL – Derek Mayson, California A’s
IF – Nick Shailes, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Blair Ezekiel, NY Gremlins (7-16, .438, 5 RBI, 4 Runs)
IF – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Nathan Nukanuku, California A’s

2013 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Andrew Kirkpatrick, NY Gremlins (2-1, 1 Shutout, 18 IP, 28 K)
P – Grant Patterson, Hill United Chiefs
P – Gerald Muizelaar, Kegel Black Knights
C – Bruno Matroni, PA Power
OF – Tom Avery, PA Power
OF – Ben Enoka, Hallman Twins
OF – Karl Golan, PA Power
OF – Jason Hill, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – Donny Hale, Hallman Twins
UTIL – Jason Sanford, Hill United Chiefs
UTIL – German Sacks, Circle Tap Dukes
IF – Kevin Schellenberg, California A’s
IF – Thomas Enoka, PA Power
IF – Tyson Berne, NY Gremlins
IF – Matt Palazzo, California A’s


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (5-0)
2. New York Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (4-2)
3. California A’s, Bakersfield, CA (4-2)
4. Hallman Twins, Broken Bow, NE (3-2)
5t. PA Power, Harrisburg, PA (3-2)
5t. Kegel Black Knights, Fargo, ND (3-2)
7t. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (3-2)
7t. Midland Explorers, Midland, MI (3-2)
9t. Pueblo Bandits, Pueblo, CO (1-2)
9t. Great Lakes Mariners, Marshall, MI (2-2)
9t. Minnesota Angels, West St. Paul, MN (1-2)
9t. Westerville Capitals, Westerville, OH (1-3)
13t. Dolan & Murphy, Aurora, IL (0-3)
13t. Bloomington Stix, Bloomington, IL (0-3)
13t. Advocare Cubs, Marion, IN (0-3)
13t. Emerson Aces, Midland, MI (1-2)

NOTES: The tournament was a three game guarantee format.