Category: ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch

ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Regionals

ASA national championships started in 1933. At that time, teams that wanted to play, did so under their local ASA guidelines. Some local associations required teams to win state championships, so associations just sent teams. The tournament was getting very big. ASA mandated starting in 1942, that only regional champions along with the defending champion and a host team would be allowed to participate in the ASA nationals.

The country was divided up into regions comprising states and metro associations. Each state or metro had their individual championship and that winner went on to play in their particular regional championship against the other champions from their region. The regional winner was the only team that qualified to participate in the ASA nationals. This scenario took place and brought the best of the best to the ASA national championships each year.

The regional championships started in 1942 and went all the way up until the late 1980s early 1990s. At that time, fastpitch was slowly dwindling and the ASA became less strict on letting teams participate. They decided to have as many teams as possible participate in their nationals. The major class started the regionals, soon the class A, then class B and class C followed. By the late 1990s, the regionals no longer existed.

Each region is listed below along with the state and metro association it comprised of and any changes that took place.


North Atlantic Region (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Metro Boston) – changed region name to New England

1942 – Merrell & Usher, Worcester, MA
1943 – United Wire & Supply, Providence, RI
1944 – Monowatt Electric AC, Cranston, RI
1945 – Monowatt Electric AC, Providence, RI
1946 – Monowatt Electric AC, Providence, RI
1947 – Stratford Roofers, Stratford, CT
1948 – Raybestos Cardinals, Bridgeport, CT
1949 – Raybestos Cardinals, Bridgeport, CT
1950 – Raybestos Cardinals, Bridgeport, CT
1951 – Cochituate Motors, Cochituate, MA
1952 – Columbus Auto Body, New Haven, CT
1953 – Kroszer’s Restaurant, Bridgeport, CT
1954 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1955 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1956 – Columbus Auto Body, New Haven, CT – defending champion Raybestos Cardinals was also invited to nationals.
1957 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1958 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1959 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI – defending champion Raybestos Cardinals was also invited to nationals.
1960 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1961 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1962 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI – Raybestos Cardinals went to nationals using a host berth.
1963 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1964 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1965 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1966 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1967 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1968 – Local 57 Engineers, Providence, RI
1969 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1970 – Gansett 57 Brewers, Providence, RI – Raybestos Cardinals earned a defending national champion berth.
1971 – Falstaff Brewers, Fall Rover, MA – Raybestos Cardinals earned a defending national champion berth.
1972 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1973 – Kardamis Club, Taunton, MA – Raybestos Cardinals earned a defending national champion berth.
1974 – Interstate Batterymen, Worcester, MA
1975 – Interstate Batterymen, Worcester, MA
1976 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1977 – Interstate Batterymen, Worcester, MA – Raybestos Cardinals earned a defending national champion berth.
1978 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1979 – Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1980 – Interstate Batterymen, Worcester, MA
1981 – Franklin Cardinals, Stratford, CT
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Sharaton Commanders-Cambridge, MA – Franklin Cardinals earned a defending national champion berth.
1985 – N/A


Mid-Atlantic Region (New York, New Jersey, Metro New York City, Metro Newark, Metro Rochester and Metro Buffalo; Metro Long Island and Metro Jersey City added in 1966)

1942 – Kodak Park, Rochester, NY
1943 – Kodak Park, Rochester, NY
1944 – Kodak Park, Rochester, NY
1945 – Ritter’s Dental, Rochester, NY – Phelp’s Dodge Company, Elizabeth, NJ invited to nationals as the Eastern Industrial Champion.
1946 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1947 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1948 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1949 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1950 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1951 – Grumman Aircraft Yankees, Bethpage, NY
1952 – Mt. Carmel Guild, Jersey City, NY
1953 – Rochester Radio, Rochester, NY
1954 – DeJur Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1955 – Kodak Park, Rochester, NY
1956 – Meenan Oilers, Levittown, NY
1957 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1958 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1959 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1960 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1961 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1962 – DeJur-Amsco Cameramen, Long Island City, NY
1963 – Local #55 Climate Controllers, Huntington, NY
1964 – Local #138, Levittown, NY
1965 – Local #55 Climate Controllers, Huntington, NY
1966 – Paterson Chevrolet, Paterson, NJ
1967 – Paterson Chevrolet, Paterson, NJ
1968 – Red White, Poughkeepsie, NY
1969 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1970 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1971 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1972 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1973 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1974 – Mr. D’s, East Orange, NJ
1975 – Little Brauhaus, Poughkeepsie, NY
1976 – Da-Ro’s, Buchanon, NY
1977 – Da-Ro’s, Buchanon, NY
1978 – Poughkeepsie Brewers, Poughkeepsie, NY
1979 – Zenith’s, Rochester, NY
1980 – Rochester Rockets, Rochester, NY
1981 – Soloman’s Sports Shop, Elizabeth, NJ
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Clancy’s, Patterson, NJ
1985 – N/A


Central Atlantic Region (Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Metro Philadelphia and Metro Pittsburgh; Metro Pittsburgh dropped in 1943; Delaware, Metro Richmond and Metro Norfolk added in 1977)

1942 – Cummins Construction, Baltimore, MD
1943 – Garvin’s Grill, Washington, DC
1944 – Cummins Construction, Baltimore, MD
1945 – Kavakos Grill, Washington, DC
1946 – Kavakos Grill, Washington, DC
1947 – Kavakos Grill, Washington, DC
1948 – Thrifty Beverage, Washington, DC
1949 – Frankie’s Steak House, Wilmington, DE
1950 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1951 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1952 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1953 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1954 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1955 – Trenton Democrats, Baltimore, MD
1956 – White Coffee Pot, Baltimore, MD
1957 – Norristown Blocks, Norristown, PA
1958 – Myron Conwell, Washington, DC
1959 – Johnnies New & Used Cars, Baltimore, MD
1960 – Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1961 – Billy Betz Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1962 – Billy Betz Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1963 – Billy Betz Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1964 – Skippers, Baltimore, MD
1965 – Fox Hill Motors, Hampton, VA
1966 – Third Base Bar (Flatiron), Philadelphia, PA
1967 – Fox Hill All Stars, Hampton, VA
1968 – Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1969 – Peninsula All Stars, Fox Hill, VA
1970 – Frankie Masters Flatiron AC, Philadelphia, PA
1971 – Rising Sun Hotel Sunners, Reading, PA
1972 – Schaefer Beer, Baltimore, MD
1973 – F&M Bankers, Hampton, VA
1974 – Rising Sun Hotel Sunners, Reading, PA
1975 – Rising Sun Hotel Sunners, Reading, PA
1976 – Yingst Auto Sales, Mt, Joy, PA – Rising Sun/Billard Sunners, Reading, PA earned a defending national champion berth. Allentown Patriots, Allentown, PA took the host berth.
1977 – York Barbell (Yingst), York, PA – Billard Barbell Sunners, Reading, PA earned a defending national champion berth.
1978 – Wilson Powell Monarchs, Marlow Heights, MD – Billard Barbell Sunners, Reading, PA earned a defending national champion berth. York Barbell, Lancaster, PA took an at-large berth.
1979 – Wilson Powell Monarchs, Marlow Heights, MD – York Barbell Sunners, Reading, PA earned a defending national champion berth. York Barbell, Lancaster, PA took an at-large berth.
1980 – Hampshire, Baltimore, MD – York Barbell Sunners, Reading, PA took an at-large berth.
1981 – Manley’s, Hampton, VA
1982 – P&L Enterprise, Charlottesville, VA
1983 – N/A
1984 – Bank of Pennsylvania Sunners, Reading, PA, Oak Hill, Salem, VA, and Allentown Patriots, Allentown, PA
1985 – N/A


South Atlantic Region (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida; Merged with Southern Region in 1944; then reinstated again in 1957 with North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Metro Nashville; Metro Atlanta added in 1977; Metro Memphis added in 1979)

1942 – Romancoes, Roanoke Rapids, NC
1943 – Burter Furniture, Greensboro, NC
1944-56 – The region discontinued the tournament for 13 years.
1957 – Champion YMCA, Canton, NC
1958 – Cairo All-Stats, Cairo, GA
1959 – Champion YMCA, Canton, NC
1960 – Champion YMCA, Canton, NC
1961 – Combustion Engineers, Chattanooga, TN
1962 – Champion YMCA, Canton, NC
1963 – Champion YMCA, Canton, NC
1964 – Charlies Trading Post, Atlanta, GA
1965 – Chattanooga Flames, Chattanooga, TN
1966 – Arkwright Mills, Spartanburg, SC
1967 – Champion Paper, Canton, NC
1968 – Little Joe’s, Columbus, GA
1969 – Champion Paper, Canton, NC
1970 – Capital Motors Toyotas, Chattanooga, TN
1971 – Shell Oilers, Nashville, TN
1972 – Combustion Engineers, Chattanooga, TN
1973 – Hubbard Company, Bremen, GA
1974 – Reds, Rogersville, TN
1975 – Futo’s Body Shop, Atlanta, GA
1976 – Tammy Wynette, Nashville, TN
1977 – Day’s Inn, Atlanta, GA
1978 – Sonny’s Exxon, Greenville, SC
1979 – Franklin Enterprises, Memphis, TN – Charlies Trading Post, Atlanta, GA took an at-large berth.
1980 – Poindexter Lumber, Winston-Salem, NC – Bad Bob’s, Memphis, TN took an at-large berth.
1981 – Sonny’s Exxon, Greenville, SC
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Vorco, Atlanta, GA and Memphis Merchants, Memphis, TN
1985 – N/A


Southern Region (Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee; North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida added in 1944; North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, Metro Memphis and Metro Nashville dropped 1956; Metro Miami, Metro Jacksonville, Metro Orlando, Metro St. Petersburg, Metro Mobile and Metro Birmingham added in 1977; Note-This region sometimes referred to as the Southeastern Region from 1957-76)

1942 – Homewood Dairies, Birmingham, AL
1943 – 8th Naval District, New Orleans, LA
1944 – Delchamps Foods, Mobile, AL
1945 – Coast Guard Repair Shop, Miami, FL
1946 – Burtner Furniture, Greensboro, NC
1947 – Blackburn Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1948 – Standard Parts, Memphis, TN
1949 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1950 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1951 – Peerless Woolen, Rossville, GA – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1952 – American Industrial Sales, Miami, FL
1953 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL – American Industrial Sales took a host berth.
1954 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1955 – Champion Paper, Canton, NC – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1956 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1957 – Dixie Lily, Miami, FL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth. Clearwater Tile, FL took a host berth.
1958 – Harry Rich, Miami, FL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1959 – Harry Rich, Miami, FL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1960 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1961 – Homestead, Miami Dade, FL – Clearwater Bombers earned a defending national champion berth. Standard Oil, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1962 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1963 – Oak Grove Food Center, Birmingham, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth. Standard Oil, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1964 – Oak Grove Food Center, Birmingham, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1965 – Birmingham Jaycees, Birmingham, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1966 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1967 – Jerry’s Catering, Miami, FL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1968 – Turner Electric Company, Montgomery, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1969 – General Plumbing, Birmingham, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1970 – Turner Electric Company, Montgomery, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL took a host berth.
1971 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1972 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1973 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1974 – United Surgical Steels, Montgomery, AL – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL earned a defending national champion berth.
1975 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1976 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1977 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1978 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1979 – Alabama Auto Auction, Montgomery, AL
1980 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1981 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL
1985 – N/A


East Central Region (Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Metro Cleveland, Metro Cincinnati; Indiana and Kentucky dropped in 1943; Metro Pittsburgh, Michigan and Metro Detroit added in 1943; Michigan, Metro Detroit, and Metro Cincinnati dropped in 1977)

1942 – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN – Briggs Bombers, Detroit, MI took a host berth.
1943 – Coca Colas, Cincinnati, OH – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI took a host berth.
1944 – Ferguson’s Auditors, Columbus, OH
1945 – Westinghouse Electric, Pittsburgh – Quincy Club, Cleveland, OH took a host berth.
1946 – Ferguson’s Auditors, Columbus, OH
1947 – Ralph’s Tires, Pittsburgh, PA
1948 – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI
1949 – Russell, Harmon & Roush, Cincinnati, OH – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI earned a defending national champion berth.
1950 – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI
1951 – Dow Chemical, Midland, MI – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI took a host berth.
1952 – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI – Dow Chemical, Midland, MI earned a defending national champion berth.
1953 – Dow Chemical, Midland, MI – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI earned a defending national champion berth.
1954 – Penridge AC, Cincinnati, OH – Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI earned a defending national champion berth.
1955 – Flame Show Bar, Detroit, MI
1956 – Lincoln Heat Treatment, Detroit, MI
1957 – Teamsters, Cleveland, OH
1958 – Ansberg-West Morticians, Toledo, OH
1959 – Club 500, Detroit, MI
1960 – Club 500, Detroit, MI
1961 – Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI
1962 – Club 500, Detroit, MI
1963 – Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI
1964 – Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI
1965 – Lansing Bombers, Lansing, MI – Burch Gage & Tool earned a defending national champion berth.
1966 – Faultless Rubber Company, Ashland, OH
1967 – Faultless Rubber Company, Ashland, OH
1968 – Faultless Rubber Company, Ashland, OH
1969 – Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1970 – Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1971 – Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1972 – Light Crete, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI
1973 – Light Crete, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI
1974 – Burge Gage, Detroit, MI
1975 – Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1976 – Nothdurft Tool & Die, Detroit, MI
1977 – Quality Block Supply, Mount Eaton, OH
1978 – Ohio Caverns, West Liberty, OH
1979 – Ohio Caverns, West Liberty, OH
1980 – Ohio Caverns, West Liberty, OH
1981 – Ohio Caverns, West Liberty, OH – Faultless Rubber, Ashland, OH took an at-large berth.
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Faultless Rubber Company, Ashland, OH – Ashland ESS, Ashland, OH took an at-large berth.
1985 – N/A


West Central Region (Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Metro Detroit, Metro Chicago, Metro Milwaukee; Michigan and Metro Detroit dropped in 1943; Indiana and Kentucky added in 1943; Metro Indianapolis added in 1947; Region Disbanded 1977; split up into Great Lakes and Mid-West Regions)

1942 – Match Corporation, Chicago
1943 – Dow Chemical, Midland, MI
1944 – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN
1945 – M&S Orange, Flint, MI – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN earned a berth by being the Western Industrial Champion.
1946 – Match Corporation, Chicago – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN earned a defending national champion berth.
1947 – Thomas Ice Cream, South Bend, IN – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN earned a defending national champion berth.
1948 – Draper’s Dodgers, Marion, IN – Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN earned a defending national champion berth.
1949 – Sixth Ward Boosters, Newport, KY
1950 – Stephens-Adamson Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1951 – Chiefs, Calumet City, IL
1952 – Sterling Beer, Louisville, KY
1953 – State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, IL
1954 – State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, IL
1955 – State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, IL
1956 – Stephens-Adamson Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1957 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1958 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1959 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1960 – Hausske-Harlan Furniture, Peru, IN – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL earned a defending national champion berth.
1961 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1962 – Alyco Club, Decatur, IL – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL earned a defending national champion berth.
1963 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1964 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1965 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1966 – Riley’s, Decatur, IL – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL earned a defending national champion berth.
1967 – Riley’s, Decatur, IL – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL took a host berth.
1968 – Moose Lodge #17A, Indianapolis, IN – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL earned a defending national champion berth.
1969 – Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL
1970 – Anixter Brothers, Skokie, IL
1971 – Anixter Bombers, Skokie, IL
1972 – Wisley Construction, Indianapolis, IN
1973 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1974 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1975 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1976 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Great Lakes Region (Michigan, Wisconsin, Metro Detroit, Metro Milwaukee and Metro Toledo created in 1977)

1977 – Day’s Sanitary Service, Pontiac, MI – American United Life, Flint, MI took an at-large berth – McArdle Pontiac, Midland, MI took a host berth.
1978 – Neal’s Truck Parts, Grand Rapids, MI
1979 – McArdle Pontiac, Midland, MI – Wolverine Supply, Ann Arbor, MI took an at-large berth – Made-Rite Chips, Bay City, MI took a host berth.
1980 – Plangger’s Furniture, Benton Harbor, MI – McArdle Pontiac, Midland, MI earned a defending champion berth – Made-Rite Chips, Bay City, MI took an at-large berth.
1981 – Plangger’s Furniture, Benton Harbor, MI – Saginaw Bolters, Saginaw, MI took an at-large berth.
1982 – The Farm Tavern, Madison, WI
1983 – The Farm Tavern, Madison, WI
1984 – The Farm Tavern, Madison, WI – Plangger’s Furniture, Benton Harbor, MI took an at-large berth.
1985 – The Farm Tavern, Madison, WI


Mid-West Region (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Metro Chicago, Metro Indianapolis, Metro Louisville and Metro Cincinnati created in 1977)

1977 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1978 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1979 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL
1980 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL – Decatur ADM, Decatur, IL took a host berth.
1981 – ADM, Decatur, IL
1982 – N/A – ADM, Decatur, IL earned a defending national champion berth.
1983 – ADM, Decatur, IL
1984 – Home Savings & Loan, Aurora, IL and ADM, Decatur, IL
1985 – N/A


Western Region (Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Metro St. Louis, Metro Kansas City; Nebraska added in 1943; Metro Omaha added in 1977, Region disbanded in 1977; Re-formatting into the Mid-America Region)

1942 – Goetz Brewery, St. Joseph’s, MO
1943 – Martin Bombers, Omaha, NE
1944 – Martin Bombers, Omaha, NE
1945 – Buck’s Bar Booteries, Omaha, NE
1946 – Knights of Columbus, Springfield, MO
1947 – Commerce Loans, St. Joseph’s, MO
1948 – White Front Casey’s, Springfield, MO
1949 – Smack’s Candy, St. Louis, MO
1950 – Union Wire Rope, Kansas City, MO
1951 – Union Wire Rope, Kansas City, MO
1952 – Blue Bunnies, Sioux City, IA
1953 – Heart-of-America Tobacco, Kansas City, MO
1954 – Brockers Cigars, St. Omaha, NE
1955 – Haney Real Estate, Omaha, NE
1956 – News-Leader Parrots, Springfield, MO
1957 – News-Leader Parrots, Springfield, MO
1958 – Thurmer’s Bar, St. Louis, MO
1959 – Barnes Store, Springfield, MO
1960 – Barnes Store, Springfield, MO
1961 – Thurmer’s Bar, St. Louis, MO
1962 – Fleck’s Falstaff, Cedar Rapids, IA
1963 – Adams Milk, Springfield, MO
1964 – DeVille Motors, St. Louis, MO
1965 – St. Louis, MO
1966 – Foremost, Springfield, MO
1967 – Schindlers, Springfield, MO
1968 – Metger Salvage, Topeka, KS
1969 – Larry Lange Ford, Cedar Falls, IA – Empire Bank, Springfield, MO took a host berth.
1970 – Scenic Shoppers, Springfield, MO
1971 – Welty Way, Cedar Rapids, IA  – Scenic Riley, Springfield, MO took a host berth.
1972 – Scenic Shoppers, Springfield, MO – Welty Way, IA earned a defending national champion berth.
1973 – Scenic Gaslight, Springfield, MO
1974 – Gaslight Realty Company, Springfield, MO
1975 – Emerald Finance, Springfield, MO
1976 – Capital Management Investment, Springfield, MO
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Mid-America (Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Metro St. Louis, Metro Kansas City; Nebraska, Metro Omaha created in 1977)

1977 – Horton’s, Springfield, MO – Walnut Products, St. Joeseph, MO took an at-large berth.
1978 – Butt’r Top, Clear Lake, IA – Walnut Products, St. Joeseph, MO took an at-large berth. CMI, Springfield, MO took a host berth.
1979 – Peter’s Bombers, Des Moines, IA – O’Byrne Electric, Springfield, MO took an at-large berth.
1980 – Midwest Galleries, Cedar Rapids, IA
1981 – Modern Piping, Cedar Rapids, IA – Walnut Products, St. Joseph, MO took an at-large berth.
1982 – N/A
1983 – CMI, Springfield, MO
1984 – United Van Lines, St. Louis, MO – Walnut Woods, St. Joe, MO
1985 – N/A


Northern Region (Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota; Nebraska dropped in 1943; Metro Minneapolis and Metro St. Paul added in 1957)

1942 – Metz Beer, Omaha, NE
1943 – N/A – no tournament held due to lack of teams
1944 – N/A – no tournament held due to lack of teams
1945 – N/A – no tournament held due to lack of teams
1946 – N/A – no tournament held due to lack of teams
1947 – Farrar’s Supply Store, Fargo, ND
1948 – Manchester Biscuits, Fargo, ND – 20th Century Signs, Bismarck, ND went to nationals instead.
1949 – Manchester Biscuits, Fargo, ND
1950 – Roosevelt Grill, Bismarck, ND
1951 – 20th Century Signs, Bismarck, ND
1952 – Jersey Ice Cream, Minneapolis, MN
1953 – Jersey Ice Cream, Minneapolis, MN
1954 – New Bar, St. Paul, MN
1955 – New Bar, St. Paul, MN
1956 – New Bar, St. Paul, MN
1957 – Belmont Club, St. Paul, MN
1958 – Northwest Paper, Cloquet, MN
1959 – Dominick’s, St. Paul, MN
1960 – 7-Up, St. Paul, MN
1961 – 7-Up, St. Paul, MN
1962 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1963 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1964 – Wood City Motors, Cloquet, MN
1965 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1966 – Matts Tavern, Grand Forks, ND
1967 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1968 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1969 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1970 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1971 – Chuck’s Dairy, Minneapolis, MN
1972 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1973 – Whitaker Buick, St. Paul, MN
1974 – Circle Inn, Mankato, MN
1975 – Booher’s Inc., Mankato, MN
1976 – Young American Clothing Stores, Minot, ND
1977 – Young American Clothing Stores, Minot, ND
1978 – Byerlys, Minneapolis, MN
1979 – Bandbox, St. James, MN
1980 – All-American Bar, St. Paul, MN
1981 – The James Gang, St. James, MN
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – All-American Bar, St. Paul, MN
1985 – N/A


Southwestern Region (Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Metro New Orleans; Metro Houston added in 1944; Tennessee and Metro Oklahoma City added in 1949; Texas and Metro Houston dropped in 1949; Mississippi, Metro Memphis added in 1959; Metro Tulsa added in 1977; Tennessee dropped in 1977; Metro Memphis dropped in 1979)

1942 – Deep Rock Oilers, Tulsa, OK
1943 – Camp Wallace, Galveston County, TX – Deep Rock Oilers, Tulsa, OK earned a defending national champion berth but disbanded and did not attend.
1944 – Ardmore Airfield, Ardmore, OK
1945 – Slush Pumps, Houston, TX
1946 – Slush Pumps, Houston, TX
1947 – Hi-Way Inn, Harlingen, TX
1948 – Grand Prize Brewery, Houston, TX
1949 – Phillips 66 Oilers, Okmulgee, OK – Stork Club, Little Rock took a host berth.
1950 – Phillips 66 Oilers, Okmulgee, OK
1951 – Buck Miller’s All Stars, Memphis, TN
1952 – Independants, Memphis, TN
1953 – Phillips 66 Oilers, Okmulgee, OK
1954 – Standard Auto Parts, Memphis, TN
1955 – Standard Auto Parts, Memphis, TN
1956 – American Bank, Baton Rouge, LA
1957 – Madden Construction, Bossier City, LA
1958 – McDonald Scots, Lake Charles, LA
1959 – Madden Construction, Bossier City, LA
1960 – Teamsters Local #880, Oklahoma City, OK
1961 – Independant Merchants, Opelousas, LA
1962 – Bayou Bombers, Lake Charles, LA
1963 – Motif Homes, Oklahoma City, OK
1964 – Motif Homes, Oklahoma City, OK
1965 – Memphis, TN
1966 – Motif Homes, Oklahoma City, OK
1967 – Farmland Industries, Enid, OK
1968 – Stephen’s Truck Line, Lake Charles, LA
1969 – Masterbilt Motors, Oklahoma City, OK
1970 – Stephen’s Truck Line, Lake Charles, LA
1971 – Masterbilt Motors, Oklahoma City, OK
1972 – Robertson Plumbing, Greenville, MS
1973 – Masterbilt Motors, Oklahoma City, OK
1974 – Lynch Industries, Oklahoma City, OK
1975 – Lynch Industries, Oklahoma City, OK
1976 – Lynch Industries, Oklahoma City, OK
1977 – Lynch Industries, Oklahoma City, OK
1978 – N/A
1979 – N/A
1980 – N/A
1981 – M.K. Fuel, Baton Rouge, LA
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – N/A
1985 – N/A


Texas Region (Texas, Metro Houston; Metro Fort Worth and Metro San Antonio created in 1949; Metro Auston and Metro Dallas added in 1977)

1949 – G.E. Buddy Watson Company, Mercedes, TX
1950 – Downtown Chevrolet, Houston, TX – Nixon Clay, Austin, TX took a host berth.
1951 – Babbitt Realty, Houston, TX
1952 – Goss ON Ross, Dallas, TX
1953 – Gators, Lake Jackson, TX
1954 – Babbitt Realty, Houston, TX
1955 – Hilliard’s Cafe, Houston, TX
1956 – Gators, Lake Jackson, TX
1957 – Holly Produce, Houston, TX
1958 – Haynes Stakes, Houston, TX
1959 – Selph Plumbing, Houston, TX
1960 – Jackson Sporting Goods, Pasadena, TX
1961 – Jackson Sporting Goods, Pasadena, TX
1962 – J.H. Rose Truckline, Houston, TX
1963 – J.H. Rose Truckline, Houston, TX
1964 – Texas Comets, Austin, TX
1965 – Texas Comets, Austin, TX
1966 – Dallas, TX
1967 – Dallas, TX
1968 – Kraft Heating, Houston, TX
1969 – Reilly’s Rebels, Refugio, TX
1970 – Bill Clark Sporting Goods, Levelland, TX
1971 – Wiegand Engineers, Fort Worth, TX
1972 – S.H. Lynch, Dallas, TX – Pal’s National Paint, Dallas, took an at-large berth.
1973 – Plains Cooperative Oil Mill, Lubbock, TX
1974 – Plains Cooperative Oil Mill, Lubbock, TX
1975 – Plains Cooperative Oil Mill, Lubbock, TX
1976 – Foster’s, Stephenville, TX
1977 – Foster’s, Stephenville, TX
1978 – N/A
1979 – Steve’s Exporters, San Antonio, TX
1980 – Odessa Merchants, Odessa, TX
1981 – Odessa Merchants, Odessa, TX
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Odessa A’s, Odessa, TX
1985 – N/A


Rocky Mountain Region (Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Metro Denver; Utah and Montana added 1943; New Mexico dropped in 1943; Metro Denver merged with Colorado in 1943; Metro Denver recreated in 1948; Arizona added in 1951 and dropped in 1952; New Mexico, Utah, Arizona and Nevada dropped in 1952; Montana dropped in 1953; Utah added in 1957, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and Metro Phoenix added in 1977; Region split into two sections in 1979; Rocky Mountain Cactus and Rocky Mountain Alpine)

1942 – Public Service, Denver, CO
1943 – Public Service, Denver, CO
1944 – Market Inn, Salt Lake City, UT
1945 – Coors Beer, Salt Lake City, UT
1946 – Public Service, Denver, CO
1947 – Toner’s Concessions, Denver, CO
1948 – Turner’s, Lafayette, CO
1949 – Murphy-Mahoney Chevrolet, Denver, CO
1950 – VFW Post #61, Pueblo, CO
1951 – Murphy Chevrolet, Denver, CO
1952 – Public Service, Denver, CO
1953 – Naval Air Station, Denver, CO
1954 – Naval Air Station, Denver, CO
1955 – Merchants, Denver, CO
1956 – Arvada Merchants, Denver, CO
1957 – Walden Heating, Denver, CO
1958 – Bongo Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT
1959 – Global Post VFW, Salt Lake City, UT
1960 – Sunny Side Grocery, Denver, CO
1961 – Our Chapel of Memories, Denver, CO
1962 – Maddox Ice, Denver, CO
1963 – Maddox Ice, Denver, CO
1964 – Roger Mauro, Englewood, CO
1965 – Oakland Construction, Salt Lake City, UT
1966 – State/White/Dora, Portales, NM
1967 – Jet-X, Englewood, CO
1968 – Jet-X, Englewood, CO
1969 – West Construction, Salt Lake City, UT
1970 – West Construction, Salt Lake City, UT
1971 – Hagestads VW, Englewood, CO
1972 – Hagestads VW, Englewood, CO
1973 – Sizzler Family Steakhouse, Salt Lake City, UT
1974 – Sizzler Family Steakhouse, Salt Lake City, UT
1975 – Sizzler Family Steakhouse, Salt Lake City, UT
1976 – Sizzler Family Steakhouse, Salt Lake City, UT
1977 – Tri-Vac Travel, Salt Lake City, UT
1978 – Southern Truck Raiders, Phoenix, AZ
1979 – The region split into two sections; Rocky Mountain Alpine and Rocky Mountain Cactus.


Rocky Mountain Cactus Region (Arizona, Metro Phoenix, Nevada, New Mexico)

1979 – Southern Truck Raiders, Phoenix, AZ
1980 – Reno Toyota, Reno, NV
1981 – Las Vegas Aces, Las Vegas, NV and Blitz/Weinhard, Phoenix, AZ – SSA, Phoenix, AZ took an at-large berth.
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Convoy Trucks, Phoenix, AZ
1985 – N/A


Rocky Mountain Alpine Region (Colorado, Metro Denver, Wyoming, Utah)

1979 – Page Brake, Salt Lake City, UT
1980 – Southern States Petroleum, Ogden, UT
1981 – Larry Miller Toyota, Salt Lake City, UT
1982 – N/A
1983 – N/A
1984 – Larry Miller Toyota, Salt Lake City, UT
1985 – N/A


Cactus Region (New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Nevada; formed in 1952; Utah dropped in 1957; Region Disbanded in 1977; merged into Rocky Mountain Region)

1952 – Jones Ranchers, Eloy, AZ
1953 – Peterson Brothers, Mesa, AZ
1954 – S-Site. Los Alamos, NM
1955 – McCallister Autos, Albuquerque, NM
1956 – Lawson Plumbers, Salt Lake City, UT
1957 – El Paso Operations, Farmington, NM
1958 – San Juan Builders, Farmington, NM
1959 – Kirkland Flyers, Albuquerque, NM
1960 – Zeb Pierce, Mesa, AZ
1961 – Zeb Pierce, Mesa, AZ
1962 – Whitthorne’s Glass House, Tucson, AZ
1963 – Michen Construction, Mesa, AZ
1964 – Hays Roofing, Phoenix, AZ
1965 – Hays Roofing, Phoenix, AZ – did not attend nationals.
1966 – State/White/Dora, Portales, NM
1967 – Arizona Highway Department, Phoenix, AZ
1968 – Fremont Coin, Las Vegas, NV
1969 – F.E. Bailey Contractors, Mesa, AZ
1970 – F.E. Bailey Contractors, Mesa, AZ
1971 – Sports Clubs of America, Mesa, AZ
1972 – U-Kamp, Phoenix, AZ
1973 – Mueller-Stevens Chevrolet, Prescott, AZ
1974 – Green Saddle Ranch, Las Vegas, NV
1975 – Lamb Chevrolet, Prescott, AZ
1976 – Campbell Gro-Green, Portales, NM
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Northwestern Region (Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada; Utah dropped in 1943; Washington and Oregon added in 1943; Metro Seattle created in 1943, Metro Portland created in 1949; Nevada dropped in 1952; Montana, Alaska, Metro Tacoma and Metro Spokane added in 1977)

1942 – Magna Firemen, Salt Lake City, UT
1943 – Teamsters, Tacoma, WA
1944 – Colored Merchants, Portland, OR
1945 – Stove Machinists, Tacoma, WA
1946 – Torrence Insurance, Longview, WA
1947 – Hudson House Grocers, Portland, OR
1948 – Smithway Rippers, Seattle, WA
1949 – Rubenstein Furniture, Eugene, OR
1950 – Friberg Electric, Portland, OR
1951 – Copping Bricks, Eugene, OR
1952 – Jones Dodgers, Tacoma, WA
1953 – Kenny Poe Plumbers, Boise, ID
1954 – Renton Cowboys, Seattle, WA
1955 – Shamrock Tavern, Longview, WA
1956 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1957 – Fuel Oilers, Vancouver, WA
1958 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1959 – Hyster-Calico Cats, Portland, OR
1960 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1961 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1962 – Portland Bucks, Portland, OR
1963 – McKee Ramblers, Portland, OR
1964 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1965 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1966 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1967 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1968 – Federal Old Line Insurance, Seattle, WA
1969 – Portland Lakers, Portland, OR
1970 – Mead Samuel Realtors, Seattle, WA
1971 – Pay ‘n Pak, Seattle, WA
1972 – Pay ‘n Pak, Seattle, WA
1973 – Petschi’s Quality Meats, Seattle, WA
1974 – Manke & Sons, Tacoma, WA
1975 – Pay ‘n Pak, Seattle, WA
1976 – Goldie’s Tavern, Seattle, WA
1977 – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA
1978 – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA
1979 – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA
1980 – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA
1981 – Yakima Pepsi Bears, Yakima, WA – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA earned a defending national champion berth.
1982 – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA
1983 – N/A – Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA earned a defending national champion berth.
1984 – Pay ‘n Pak, Seattle, WA
1985 – N/A


Pacific Coast Region (Southern California, Northern California, Arizona, Metro Los Angeles, Metro San Francisco; Northern California and Metro San Francisco dropped in 1943; Region split in two in 1945; reinstated again in 1977 with Southern California, Northern California, Metro San Francisco, Metro Oakland, Metro Sacramento, Metro Stockton, Metro Santa Clara, Metro Fresno, Metro San Diego and Hawaii added in 1977; Metro Los Angeles had since disbanded and Arizona had been part of the Cactus Region, now Rocky Mountain Region)

1942 – Phalanx, Fraternity, Phoenix, AZ
1943 – O.S. Stapley Hardware, Phoenix, AZ could not attend nationals, Phalanx, Fraternity, Phoenix, AZ went in their place.
1943 – Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA
1944 – O.S. Stapley Hardware, Phoenix, AZ – Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno earned a defending national champion berth.
1944 – Merced AFB Pilots, San Francisco, CA
1945 – 1976 The region was split into two until 1977.
1977 – Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1978 – Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1979 – Lakewood Jets, Lakewood, CA and Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1980 – Lakewood Jets, Lakewood, CA
1981 – Lakewood Jets, Lakewood, CA (Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA and Chameleons, Lancaster, CA took an at-large berth.
1982 – Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1983 – N/A
1984 – Coors Kings, Merced, CA and San Gabriel Eagles, San Gabriel, CA and Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1985 – N/A


Northern Pacific Coast Region (Northern California and Metro San Francisco formed in 1945; Nevada added in 1947, dropped in 1952; merged back into one Pacific Coast Region in 1977)

1945 – Merced AFB Pilots, San Francisco, CA
1946 – Cowboys, Hollister, CA
1947 – Kings, Hanford, CA
1948 – Eagles, Stockton, CA
1949 – Western Gravel, San Jose, CA
1950 – Napa Merchants, Napa, CA
1951 – Western Gravel, San Jose, CA
1952 – Napa Merchants, Napa, CA
1953 – Chapel-of-the-Oaks, Oakland, CA
1954 – Roughriders, Napa, CA
1955 – Coca Cola Bottlers, Sacramento, CA
1956 – Merchants, Redwood City, CA
1957 – Merchants, Redwood City, CA
1958 – Sacramento Burgermeister Burgies, Sacramento, CA
1959 – Sacramento Burgermeister Burgies, Sacramento, CA
1960 – Delta Merchants, Stockton, CA
1961 – Stockton Burgermeister Burgies, Stockton, CA
1962 – YMI, Stockton, CA
1963 – Merced Monarchs, Merced, CA
1964 – Rockbusters, Fresno, CA – Sunnyvale Stars, Sunnyvale CA took a host berth.
1965 – Muzio Bakery, Sacramento, CA
1966 – Fairchild Falcons, Mountain View, CA
1967 – Fairchild Falcons, Mountain View, CA
1968 – Mayfair Center, Stockton, CA
1969 – Fairchild Falcons, Mountain View, CA
1970 – LeBlanc Barons, Sunnyvale, CA
1971 – Muzio Bakery, Sacramento, CA
1972 – Sargents, Sacramento, CA
1973 – LeBlanc Barons, Sunnyvale, CA
1974 – Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA
1975 – Napa Grand Auto, Napa, CA – Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA earned a defending champion berth – Alameda County Merchants, Hayward, CA took a host berth.
1976 – LeBlanc Barons, Sunnyvale, CA
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Southern Pacific Coast Region (formed in 1945; Southern California, Arizona and Metro Los Angeles; Metro San Diego added 1950; Nevada dropped in 1947; Arizona dropped in 1951; merged back into one Pacific Coast Region in 1977)

1945 – O.S. Stapley Hardware, Phoenix, AZ
1946 – Funk Jewelry, Phoenix, AZ
1947 – San Pedro AC, Long Beach, CA
1948 – Chicksan Company, Brea, CA
1949 – Crown Carpets, San Diego, CA
1950 – Crown Carpets, San Diego, CA could not attend nationals. Chicksan Company, Brea, CA went in their place.
1951 – Starkist Tunas, San Pedro, CA
1952 – Plymouth Mo-Parts, San Ysidro, CA
1953 – Palemar Foods, San Diego, CA
1954 – Pepsi Cola Bottlers, San Diego, CA
1955 – Anderson Furniture, San Diego, CA
1956 – Anderson Furniture, San Diego, CA
1957 – Convair, San Diego, CA
1958 – Gregorian Enterprises, San Gabriel, CA
1959 – La Mesa Big Shots, La Mesa, CA
1960 – Gardena Merchants, Gardena, CA
1961 – Gardena Merchants, Gardena, CA
1962 – Mary Star All Stars, San Pedro, CA
1963 – Oxnard Merchants, Oxnard, CA
1964 – Lakewood Lancers, Lakewood, CA
1965 – Lakewood Lancers, Lakewood, CA
1966 – Lakewood Lancers, Lakewood, CA
1967 – Oxnard Kings, Oxnard, CA
1968 – Oxnard Kings, Oxnard, CA
1969 – Oxnard Kings, Oxnard, CA
1970 – Morgan Truckers, Lakewood, CA
1971 – Morgan Truckers, Lakewood, CA
1972 – AB&S Sports, Inglewood, CA
1973 – Sure-Brake, Lakewood, CA
1974 – Glenn Miller Garage, Carson, CA
1975 – Continental Furniture, Glendale, CA
1976 – Slick’s Vista Bombers, Vista, CA
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Alaska (created in 1964; absorbed into the Northwestern Region in 1977. Called the Alaska Command Force Softball Championships up until 1969.)

1964 – Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage
1965 – Muldoon Merchants, Anchorage
1966 – Fairbanks All-Stars, Fairbanks
1967 – Eielsen AFB Outlaws, Fairbanks
1968 – Alaska Builders Cache, Anchorage
1969 – Wildwood Air Force Station, Kenai
1970 – Alaska Builders Cache, Anchorage
1971 – Alaska Builders Cache, Anchorage
1972 – Alaska Builders Cache, Anchorage
1973 – Uncles Pizza/ABC, Fairbanks
1974 – Uncles Pizza/ABC, Fairbanks
1975 – Burger King
1976 – Burger King
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Hawaii (created in 1966; absorbed into the Pacific Coast Region in 1977)

1966 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1967 – Hamakua Hawks, Honokaa
1968 – Puueo Poi, Hilo
1969 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1970 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1971 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1972 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1973 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1974 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1975 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1976 – Midas Muffler, Oahu
1977 – The region was disbanded.


Canadian Region (split into East Canada and West Canada in 1953)

1930 – Herz
1931 – N/A
1932 – N/A
1933 – N/A
1934 – N/A
1935 – N/A
1936 – N/A
1937 – N/A
1938 – N/A
1939 – Regina Merchants, Saskatchewan, Canada
1940 – Bowles Lunch, Toronto, Ontario
1941 – Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario
1942 – HMCS York, Toronto, Ontario
1943 – Canadian Dental Corps, Toronto, Ontario
1944 – Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario
1945 – Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario
1946 – Bell Thread, Hamilton, Ontario
1947 – Peoples Credit Jewelers, Toronto, Ontario
1948 – Vancouver City Firemen, Vancouver, British Columbia
1949 – Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario
1950 – Peoples Credit Jewelers, Toronto, Ontario
1951 – Levi Auto, Toronto, Ontario
1952 – Steinberg’s, Montreal, Quebec
1953 – Canada Split into East and West


East Canada Region (Canada started having their own Canadian Men’s Championships in 1965)

1953 – Northern Electric, Verdun, Quebec
1954 – Steinberg’s, Montreal, Quebec
1955 – Lew Kanes, Windsor, Ontario
1956 – Fisher’s Tomato Kings, Montreal, Quebec
1957 – Steinbergs, Montreal, Quebec
1958 – Dow, Montreal, Quebec
1959 – Pepsi-Cola, Montreal, Quebec
1960 – N/A
1961 – Park National Hotel, Sudbury, Ontario
1962 – Sabourin Mountain Park, Hull, Quebec
1963 – N/A
1964 – N/A
1964 – Oshawa, Toronto, Ontario
1965 – Hull, Ontario


West Canada Region (Canada started having their own Canadian Men’s Championships in 1965)

1953 – Giorday Fruits, Vancouver, British Columbia
1954 – McLean Motors, Vancouver, British Columbia
1955 – Firefighters, Vancouver, British Columbia
1956 – N/A
1957 – Bayseal Wranglers, Calgary, Alberta
1958 – Carling Pilseners, Vancouver, British Columbia
1959 – Carling Pilseners, Vancouver, British Columbia
1960 – British Columbia – Mission Orange, Trail
1960 – Edmonton – Calgary Orioles, Alberta
1961 – Calgary Orioles, Alberta
1962 – Ralph Motors Ltd., Calgary, Alberta
1963 – Jim Pattison Softball Club, Vancouver, British Columbia
1964 – Fraser Arms, Vancouver, British Columbia
1965 – Vancouver Blue Boys, British Columbia


Atlantic Ocean (Created in 1946; Disbanded in 1949)

1939 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
1940 – Don Q Rums, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1941 – Don Q Rums, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1942 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1943 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1944 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1945 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1946 – Don Q Rums, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1947 – Casa Biascoecha, San Fuerce, Puerto Rico
1948 – Carribean Dairy, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1949 – The region was disbanded.


Puerto Rico (Created in 1960)

1960 – Refrescos FRYA, Rio Piadras
1961 – Ponce Cement, Ponce
1962 – Biacardi Club, Rio Piedras
1963 – Biacardi Club, Rio Piedras
1964 – Ponce Cement, Ponce
1965 – Cardenales, San Juan


Cuba (Created in 1951)

1951 – Casino Espanol, Havana
1952 – Casino Espanol, Havana
1953 – Casino Espanol, Havana
1954 – Casino Espanol, Havana
1955 – N/A
1956 – N/A
1957 – Club 10, Manzanillo
1958 – NA
1959 – Club 10, Manzanillo
1960 – Club 10, Manzanillo


Mexico (created in 1945)

1943 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1944 – NA – no regional took place during World War II due to transportation restrictions.
1945 – Gigantes (DF Giants), Mexico, City
1946 – Jockey Club, Mexico City
1947 – N/A
1948 – N/A
1949 – Gigantes (DF Giants), Mexico, City
1950 – Club Chapultepec, Mexico, City
1951 – N/A
1952 – N/A
1953 – N/A
1954 – N/A
1955 – N/A
1956 – Madero Tamaulejas, Tampico


All Armed Forces

1967 – US Armed Forces
1968 – US Armed Forces
1969 – US Armed Forces
1970 – US Armed Forces
1971 – N/A
1972 – US Armed Forces
1973 – N/A
1974 – US Armed Forces
1975 – USMC Armed Forces, CA
1976 – N/A
1977 – N/A
1978 – N/A
1979 – US Armed Forces


United States Army (Created in 1953)

1953 – Green Hornets, Fort Lee, VA
1954 – N/A
1955 – First Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ
1956 – N/A
1957 – Fifth Avenue, Fort Riley, KS


United States Navy (Created in 1953)

1953 – US Navy Patrol Squadron 42, Kodiak, AK
1954 – US Navy Patrol Squadron 22, Kodiak, AK
1955 – Submarine Bs, New London, CT
1956 – East Navy – Atlantic Submarine Fleet, Norfolk, VA
1956 – West Navy – Miramar Jets, San Diego, CA
1957 – US Navy, Norfolk, VA
1958 – N/A
1959 – All Navy White Caps, Norfolk, VA
1960 – All Navy White Caps, Norfolk, VA
1961 – West Coast Packers, Pacific Fleet
1962 – N/A
1963 – N/A
1964 – U.S.S. Sperry, San Diego, CA
1965 – US Navy All Stars
1966 – US Navy All Stars


United States Air Force (Created in 1950)

1950 – Hickham Field Flyers, Honolulu, HI
1951 – Hickham Field Flyers, Honolulu, HI
1952 – Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX
1953 – Elmendirf AFB, Anchorage, AK
1954 – Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX
1955 – Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX
1956 – Sewart AFB, Smyrna, TN
1957 – Dover AFB, Dover, DE
1958 – US Air Force World Wide Champs
1959 – US Air Force World Wide Champs
1960 – US Air Force World Wide Champs
1961 – N/A
1962 – N/A
1963 – N/A
1964 – N/A
1965 – N/A
1966 – Strategic Air Command


United States Marine Corps (Created in 1954)

1954 – NA


New Zealand

1940 – Auckland Men, Auckland


Virgin Islands

1940 – Stars, Charlotte, Amalie

2021 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2021 held at Hall of Fame Stadium Complex in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 6-8.


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


The 2021 USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship kicked off today as the top men’s fast pitch players from across the country were welcomed to the Softball Capital of the World® for the second-straight year. A total of 15 teams began their quest to the coveted National Championship title including the AWP Lumberjacks (Anna Schmitt), Bar on the Avenue Buzz (Justin Colombo), Bear Bottom Lodge (Codi Pannebecker), Circle Tap Dukes (Dean Kane), Fishers Softball (Sean King), Hallman Twins (Ron Hackett), Hill United Chiefs (Jeff Ellsworth), Kegel Black Knights (Mike Lewis), Marchio Sausage Co. (Dave Marchio), Midland Explorers (David Lach), NY Gremlins (Gregg Leather), Omma Tigres (Juan Medrano), Ray Rays Sports Bar Misfits (Steve Prado), Rio Grande Senators (Dave Parker) and San Antonio Glowworm (David Rios).

Six teams advanced to the winner’s bracket with AWP Lumberjacks garnering two wins in the opening day and Hill United Chiefs, Circle Tap Dukes, Omma Tigres, Kegal Black Knights and NY Gremlins each posting one win to advance to winner’s bracket contests tomorrow morning.  The remaining nine teams will battle it out in the loser’s bracket with the playing field narrowing to four teams leading into Championship Sunday.

In the first game of the day on OGE Energy Field, Marchio Sausage Co. posted a come-from-behind walk-off victory over Bear Bottom Lodge after falling behind 5-0 through the first three innings. Marchio Sausage Co. began chipping away at the BBL lead with a three-run third inning before tying the game in the bottom of the seventh. After holding the BBL offense to a scoreless at-bat in the top of the eighth, Marchio Sausage Co. pieced together three singles from Chase Thompson, David Reiter and Sam Nieman to plate the game-winning run in walk-off fashion. The Marchio Sausage Co. offense combined for 13 hits while the pitching staff of Cody Gibbons and Joel Cooley tallied six strikeouts in the win. The walk-off victory advanced the Marchio Sausage Co. to the 8 p.m. winner’s bracket contest where they suffered a 7-0 loss to Hill United Chiefs to drop to the loser’s bracket.

Posting a 9-0 shutout over the Midland Explorers and a 5-1 win over the Hallman Twins was the AWP Lumberjacks, advancing them to tomorrow’s 4 p.m. winner’s bracket matchup against the Hill United Chiefs.

The 2020 Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Champions, Kegel Black Knights, kicked off the 2021 tournament with a 7-2 win over Fishers Softball while the Circle Tap Dukes pulled out a 2-0 shutout over Rio Grande Senators to pit the two winners against each other in an 8 a.m. winner’s bracket contest tomorrow morning. Claiming a 14-1 win in the 8 p.m. game on INTEGRIS Field was the NY Gremlins who will face the Omma Tigres in the winner’s bracket tomorrow morning after posting a 12-3 win over Bar on the Avenue – Buzz 2021.

Only four teams remain after Day Two of the 2021 USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship with Championship Sunday kicking off at 8 a.m. tomorrow morning. Advancing through the winner’s bracket with an undefeated record was the NY Gremlins, clinching their spot in the Championship game after defeating Hill United Chiefs 3-2 in their third straight win of the day. Hill United will take on the winner of Kegel Black Knights and Circle Tap Dukes, who will face off in the loser’s bracket tomorrow at 8 a.m. CT on OGE Energy Field.

 

The NY Gremlins had a strong showing in the winner’s bracket, edging their three opponents of the day in competitive contests. Combining for a total of nine runs in their contests, it was timely hitting and solid defensive work that allowed the Gremlins to shine. Ladislao Malarczuk played a key role with a 6-for-7 day at the plate, scoring three runs and hitting the go-ahead home run to give the Gremlins the win in their first game of the day. The Gremlin pitching staff dominated in the circle giving up only two earned runs and striking out 25 batters in three games with Andrew Kirkpatrick accounting for 14 K’s. The NY Gremlins will play for the title of the 2021 Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship tomorrow at 12 p.m. CT on OGE Energy Field.

 

In their first game of the day, Hill United Chiefs took down the AWP Lumberjacks 4-1 after falling behind in the second inning. They quickly answered back, however, when a double from Steve Mullaley scored Brett Larson in the bottom of the frame. After tying the game 1-1, Hill United continued to tack on runs, scoring in three of the next four innings to seal the victory. The Chiefs failed to string enough hits together in their next game as they fell to the NY Gremlins 3-2, suffering their first loss of the tournament. Hill United Chiefs will play on OGE Energy Field tomorrow at 10 a.m. CT in the loser’s bracket semi-final game for a chance to compete for the trophy.

Suffering a 2-1 loss in their first game of the day against the Circle Tap Dukes, the Kegel Black Knights won three straight games in the loser’s bracket to send them to Championship Sunday. Marchio Sausage Co. put up an impressive fight by winning two back-to-back 10-inning games before being knocked off by the Knights, 5-2. In their run through the loser’s bracket, the Knights also sent home the Hallman Twins in a three inning, 18-1 run-rule victory. The Kegel Black Knights scored a total of 32 runs on 36 hits in their four games of the day.

The Circle Tap Dukes won their first game of the day but were sent to the loser’s bracket after a 3-0 loss to the NY Gremlins. It was there they were met by the San Antonio Glowworm who were on their fifth game of the day and had battled through the loser’s bracket with four straight wins. The Dukes took care of business though as Jorge Segura threw a complete game shutout with nine strikeouts. Circle Tap Dukes came out with a 9-0 victory over the Glowworms and will take on the Kegel Black Knights in a win-or-go-home game on Sunday morning at 8 a.m CT.

After losing two games in the double-elimination tournament, AWP Lumberjacks, Bar on the Avenue Buzz, Bear Bottom Lodge, Fishers Softball, Hallman Twins, Marchio Sausage Co., Midland Explorers, Omma Tigres, Ray Rays Sports Bar Misfits, Rio Grande Senators and San Antonio Glowworm were sent home today, ending their run in the 2021 Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship.

After three days of fierce competition, the NY Gremlins claimed the 2021 USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship title with a 7-5 come-from-behind victory over the Hill United Chiefs. Dominating through bracket play, the Gremlins outscored their five opponents 30-9 while posting an undefeated record in route to their sixth Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship contest after finishing in second place last year.

To kick off Championship Sunday, the Kegel Black Knights defeated the Circle Tap Dukes 2-1 in a tight game to advance to the semi-finals. The Knights wasted no time in getting on the score board with a single, a walk, and smart baserunning to make it 1-0 in the bottom of the first. Both offenses remained quiet until Circle Tap Dukes got on the board in the fourth inning to tie the game 1-1. The Knights answered back with three singles of their own to plate another run and pull ahead 2-1 in the fifth inning. The score remained 2-1 through the next two innings of play as the Knights pitching staff successfully kept the Dukes off the base paths while combining for a total of 10 strikeouts to seal the victory.

The Kegel Black Knights went on to face the Hill United Chiefs in the semi-final contest but came up short in a 10-3 (five innings) loss. Both teams came out swinging with the Knights scoring two quick runs and the Chiefs using a handful of walks, singles, and a sac fly to plate four runs, putting them ahead 4-2 after one inning of play. The Chiefs extended their lead in the second inning with a RBI single from Steve Mullaley and a three-run home run from Blake Hunter. The Knights tacked on another run in the top of the third, but back-to-back groundouts ended the rally. Mullaley went 2-for-2 on the day with four RBI as the Chiefs kept their foot on the gas and walked away with a 10-3 run-rule victory to send them to the Championship game.

The final game of the tournament was an exciting matchup between the Hill United Chiefs and the undefeated NY Gremlins. After coming off a 10-run game, the Chiefs stayed hot with three home runs in the first two innings to give them an early 4-0 lead. The Gremlins got on the board in the bottom of the third but a pitching change would bring in Devon McCullough for the Chiefs who forced two pop outs to retire the Gremlins and hold the score 4-1, Chiefs. That lead didn’t hold long though, as a pair of walks and string of hits allowed the Gremlins to tie the game in the bottom of the fourth. Brad Ezekiel broke the tie in the fifth inning with his second home run of the game to put the Chiefs ahead 5-4. It looked as if the Chiefs would come out with the win until Ladislao Malarczuk drove a ball to left field and sped around the bases for a three-run inside-the-park home run to give the Gremlins a 7-5 lead heading into the seventh inning. The Gremlins shut down the Chiefs in the final three outs of the games with Andrew Kirkpatrick fanning his twenty-second batter of the tournament to seal the win and earn the Gremlins the 2021 USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship title.


  • MVP – Ladislao Malarczuk, NY Gremlins
  • Batting Leader – Ladislao Malarczuk, NY Gremlins – 0.769
  • Home Run Leader – Shea Bryant, Kegel Black Knights
  • Home Run Leader – Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs

2021 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Andrew Kirkpatrick, NY Gremlins
P – Pablo Migilavacca, Hills United Chiefs
P – Rob Schweyer, Kegel Black Knights
C – Bruno Motroni, Hills United Chiefs
IF – Ladislao Malarczuk, NY Gremlins
IF – Blaine Milheim, Kegel Black Knights
IF – Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Erick Ochoa, NY Gremlins
OF – Yusef Davis, San Antonio Glowworm
OF – Alan Parker, Kegel Black Knights
OF – Kristopher Waluska, San Antonio Glowworm
UTIL – Shea Bryant, Kegel Black Knights
UTIL – Jerome Raemaki, NY Gremlins
UTIL – Matthew Roy, NY Gremlins


FINAL STANDINGS

1. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (5-0)
2. Hill United Chiefs, Machias, NY (3-2)
3. Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN (5-2)
4. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (3-2)
5t. AWP Lumberjacks, Fairview Heights, IL (2-2)
5t. San Antonio Glow Worm, San Antonio, TX (2-2)
7t. Hallman Twins, Chesterfield, VA (2-2)
7t. Fischers Softball, Lancaster, PA (1-3)
9t. Marchio Sausage Company, Little Canada, MN (3-2)
9t. Bear Bottom Lodge, Denver, PA (1-2)
9t. OMMA Tigres, Midland, TX (1-2)
9t. Ray Rays Sports Bar Misfits, Houston, TX (1-2)
13t. Bar on the Avenue Buzz, Kimberly, WI (0-3)
13t. Midland Explorers, Midland, MI (0-3)
13t. Rio Grande Senators, Midland, TX (0-3)

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.

MVP – Most Valuable Player
OPA – Outstanding Pitcher Award
ShO – Shutout
NH – No Hitter
PG – Perfect Game
IP – Innings Pitched
K – Strikeouts

ISC CAREER WORLDS/NATIONALS

  • 1963 Allentown Patriots – 14th Place, 0-1; 10 IP, 18 K
  • 1964 Allentown Patriots – 10th Place, 2-2; 31 IP, 48 K, 2 ShO
  • 1965 Allentown Patriots – 3rd Place, 4-2; 42 IP, 47 K, 3 ShO
  • 1966 Allentown Patriots – 4th Place, 4-2; 41 IP, 60 K, 4 ShO
  • 1967 Allentown Patriots – 2nd Place, 4-2; 52 IP 85 K, 3 ShO, PG, All World, MVP
  • 1968 Sal’s Lunch – 4th Place, 3-1; 35 IP, 71 K, 2 ShO, NH, All World
  • 1969 Sal’s Lunch – 1st Place, 5-0; 42 IP, 86 K, 5 ShO, NH, PG, All World, MVP, OPA
  • 1984 Bank of PA Sunners – 7th Place, 6-2; 64 IP, 83 K, 2 ShO, All World, OPA
  • 1985 Bank of PA Sunners – 5th Place, 3-1, 31 IP, 46 K, 2 ShO
  • 1987 Saskatoon All-O-Matic A’s – 25th Place, 0-1, 7 IP, 10 K
  • 1989 McD/Jimmy Macs, Baltimore – 25th Place, 1-2, 19 IP, 21 K
  • 1990 TW Perry, Baltimore – 25th Place, 1-1, 15 IP, 22 K
  • 1991 Class Walls, Whiteford, MD – 17th Place, 1-1, 18 IP, 28 K
  • 1992 Class Walls, Whiteford, MD – 13th Place, 4-2, 42 IP, 36 K, All World

ISC PENNSYLVANIA STATES

  • 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 States, 0-1, 7 IP, 9 K
  • 1963 Allentown Patriots – Won ISC States, 3-1, 28 IP, 46 K, OPA
  • 1964 Allentown Patriots – Won ISC States, 2-0, 18 IP, 25 K, OPA
  • 1965 Allentown Patriots – Won ISC States, 2-0, 14 IP, 30 K, NH, OPA
  • 1966 Allentown Patriots – Won ISC States, 1-1, 16 IP, 25 K
  • 1966 Mack Trucks – Won ISC Industrial States, 1-1, 14 IP, 21 K
  • 1967 Allentown Patriots – Won ISC States 2-0, 14 IP, 24 K, 2 PGs
  • 1966 Mack Trucks – Won ISC Industrial States 1-0, 7 IP, 19 K, PG
  • 1968 Allentown Patriots – 2nd ISC States 2-1, 17 IP, 30 K, MVP
  • 1968 Mack Trucks – Won ISC Industrial States 3-1, 30 IP, 66 K, 2 NHs, MVP
  • 1969 Sal’s Lunch – Won ISC States 4-0, 28 IP, 54 K, OPA
  • 1971 Mack UAW Local – Won ISC Industrial East States 3-0, 21 IP, 54 K, MVP
  • 1984 Bank of PA Sunners – Won ISC States 1-0, 7 IP, 9 K
  • 1985 Bank of PA Sunners – Won ISC States, 1-0, 7 IP, 10 K, NH

ISC TOTALS

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

ASA NATIONALS

  • 1971 Rising Sun, Reading – 3rd Place, All American, MVP 3-2; 43 IP, 79 K
  • 1974 Rising Sun, Reading – 4th Place, All American, MVP, OPA, 2-1; 36 IP, 64 K
  • 1975 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place, All American, MVP, OPA, 6-0; 53 IP, 88 K
  • 1976 Billard Sunners – 5th Place, All American, 3-2; 33 IP, 54
  • 1977 Billard Sunners – 1st Place, All American, 5-0; 35 IP, 49 K, MVP, OPA
  • 1978 Billard Sunners – 1st Place, All American, 4-0; 29 IP, 61 K, MVP, OPA
  • 1979 York Barbell Sunners – 2nd Place, 5-1; 46 IP, 76 K, All American, OPA
  • 1981 Reading Sunners – 3rd, 4-1; 41 IP, 69 K, All American
  • 1982 Bank PA Sunners – 13th Place, 1-2; 23 IP, 25 K
  • 1983 Bank PA Sunners – 4th Place, 5-1; 48 IP, 58 K, All American
  • 1984 Bank PA Sunners – 13th Place, 0-2; 16 IP, 16 K
  • 1985 Bank PA Sunners – 4th Place, 4-2; 40 IP, 46 K, All American
  • 1986 Allentown Sunners – 5th Place, 3-2; 38 IP, 45 K, All American
  • 1987 Annapolis Radiator – 25th Place, 0-2; 13 IP, 10 K
  • 1989 Riverside Lasers – 17th Place, 1-1; 14 IP, 14 K
  • 1992 Class Walls, MD – 33rd Place, 0-2; 10 IP, 8 K

ASA CENTRAL ATLANTIC REGIONAL

  • 1970 Rising Sun, Reading – 3rd Place, 2-0, 14 IP, 21 K
  • 1971 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place, 5-0, 40 IP, 65 K, 5 ShO, 2 NHs, MVP
  • 1972 Rising Sun, Reading – 2nd Place, 5-2, 49 IP, 77 K, 2 ShO, MVP
  • 1973 Rising Sun, Reading – 2nd Place, 3-2, 39 IP, 58 K, 3 ShO, NH, OPA
  • 1974 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place, 3-0, 21 IP, 41 K, 2 ShO, OPA
  • 1975 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place, 5-0, 44 IP, 82 K, 2 ShO, NH

ASA PENNSYLVANIA STATES

  • 1970 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place 7-1, 58 IP, 96 K, MVP
  • 1971 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place 3-0, 21 IP, 40 K, MVP
  • 1973 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place 3-0, 22 IP, 27 K
  • 1974 Rising Sun, Reading – 1st Place 2-0, 18 IP, 30 K, OPA
  • 1977 Billard Sunners – 1st Place 1-0; 7 IP, 18 K, NH

INTERNATIONAL CAREER

  • 1976 Rising Sun – 1st Place ISF World Championship, 4-2, 59 IP, 98 K, 3 ShO, 20 Inning No Hitter, MVP, OPA
  • 1978 Billard Sunners – 1st Place at US National Sports Festival, 4-0; 28 IP, 50 K
  • 1979 York Barbell Sunners – 1st Place at US National Sports Festival, 2-1, 21 IP, 30 K
  • 1979 Team USA – 2nd Place at Pan-Am Games, 4-1, 37 IP, 65 K, 2 ShO, NH
  • 1982 Bank PA Sunners – 2nd Place at US National Sports Festival, 2-2, 31 IP, 28 K
  • 1983 Team USA – 2nd Place at Pan-Am Games, 2-0, 14 IP, 22 K, NH
  • 1986 Allentown Sunners – 3rd Place at US National Sports Festival, 1-1, 14 IP, 21 K

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.


  • 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

OTHERS

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 K) 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).


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.