Category: ASA

2003 ASA Girls Gold 18-Under Fast Pitch Nationals

2003 held at Wallace Marine Park in West Salem, Oregon on August 4-10.

Champion – O.C. Batbusters, Santa Ana, California
Runner Up – Shamrocks, Vienna, Virginia

It’s become a repetitive tale for the Orange County Batbusters:

Lose their first game at the ASA 18 Gold National Championships, then win the rest and the national title in the process.

For the second consecutive year, the Batbusters won the national championship, this time a 5-1 win against the Shamrocks of Virginia in front of more than 500 people Sunday at Wallace Marine Park in West Salem.

“We got yelled at for losing, but I’d rather lose at the beginning than at the end,” said winning pitcher Lisa Dodd, one of six on the team from last year.

The Batbusters lost last year in the first game of the tournament to the Oregon Panthers. This year, the Batbusters lost their first game of pool play, a 2-1 decision against the Arizona Hotshots.

Orange County then won its next eight games in a row for the national title, including a 3-0 win against the Worth Fire-crackers earlier Sunday in the sixth round of winner’s bracket play.

“It was weird that it happened just like last year,” said Batbusters second-baseman Dominique LaStrapes, who will play at Washington next year.

The Shamrocks lost 11-9 to the Firecrackers in the semifinals of the winner’s bracket and won three games Sunday to get in the national championship game.

The Shamrocks beat the Firecrackers 9-3 in the final of the loser’s bracket to reach the championship game of the double-elimination tournament.

The Shamrocks also beat the Firecrackers 3-2 in the first game of pool play Tuesday. “It was such an honor just to be in this game,” said Shamrocks right fielder Kelley Brown, who played as a freshman at Virginia Tech last year.

“Our organization has been together since 1977, same coach and everything. This is the first time in the whole history of the organization that we’ve made it to the national championship game. It was such an honor to represent the East Coast.”

Orange County lead early

The Batbusters took the lead in the game in the first inning and never trailed.

LaStrapes, the leadoff hitter, started the game with a single off Shamrocks pitcher Stephanie VanBrakle.

Tara Henry walked and Dodd grounded out to advance the runners to second and third.

With two outs in the inning, Kristie Fox connected on a hard hit to Shamrocks short-stop Courtney Bures that Bures couldn’t field. That allowed LaStrapes to score for a 1-0 Orange County lead.

LaStrapes singled to start the third inning, and after Henry singled, Dodd hit into a fielder’s choice to advance LaStrapes to third.

LaStrapes scored when Michelle Smith hit into a sacrifice to give her team a 2-0 lead. Three times in the first four innings and four times in the game, Orange County led off the inning with a hit or a batter hit by a pitch.

“It was important because they were so strong offensively that you never know, in the next inning, they could score three runs,” LaStrapes said.

The Shamrocks got one run back in the bottom of the fourth when Brown hit a leadoff single and made it to third on a single from Dani Woods and a fielder’s choice by Alex Switenko.

Brown scored when Maddy Coon hit a deep fly into center-field.

Dodd solid outing

Except for the fourth inning, Dodd pitched a solid game. She struck out five, allowed three hits and no walks in seven innings of work.

“We knew we had to hit the ball, and we knew she had a good changeup,” said Brown, who was 2 for 3. “We pretty much knew everything that we were going into, it’s just that they happened to execute better than we did.”

The Batbusters put the game out of reach in the top of the seventh.

“Obviously you want to show them why you’re national champions, why you’re defending. When you’re on top, everyone wants to get the person on top. 16 more pressure, but its also fun.”
Lisa Dodd Batbusters’ winning pitcher

Jessica Runge reached on an error with one out. Jessica Hejne hit a bloop single into centerfield, and LaStrapes walked to load the bases.

Henry hit a sacrifice to score one runner, then Dodd hit a single to score two more for the final 5-1 tally.

“Obviously you want to show them why you’re national champions, why you’re defending,” said Dodd, who will play for defending NCAA Division I champion UCLA next year. “When you’re on top, everyone wants to get the person on top. It’s more pressure, but it’s also fun.”

For the Batbusters, LaStrapes was 2 for 3 with a walk and three runs scored and Dodd was 2 for 4 with two RBIs.

Top teams earn bids

Orange County, along with runner-up Shamrocks, third-place Worth Firecrackers and fourth-place Gordon’s Panthers each receive automatic bids to next year’s ASA 18 Gold National Championships to be played in Marietta, Georgia.


1. O.C. Batbusters, Santa Ana, CA (6-0)
2. Shamrocks, Vienna, VA (7-2)
3. Firecrackers, Huntington Beach, CA (6-2)
4. Gordon’s Panthers, Fullerton, CA (6-2)
5t. Case Batbusters, Santa Ana, CA (7-2)
5t. Lady Gators, Palm Beach Gardens, FL (4-2)
7t. Fresno Force, Fresno, CA (4-2)
7t. California Lite, Rialto, CA (5-2)
9t. San Jose Strikkers, San Jose, CA (3-2)
9t. Tulsa Eagles, Tulsa, OK (3-2)
9t. Salinas Storm, Salinas, CA (4-2)
9t. Missouri City Magic, Missouri City, TX (5-2)
13t. American Pastime, Upland, CA (3-2)
13t. Impact Gold, Houston, TX (3-2)
13t. So Cal Athletics, Montclair, CA (4-2)
13t. So Cal Lightning, Chula Vista, CA (4-2)
17t. Arizona Outlaws, Peoria, AZ (3-2)
17t. Orland Park Sparks, Orland Park, IL (2-2)
17t. Tampa Mustangs, Lutz, FL (2-2)
17t. Washington Ladyhawks, Woodinville, WA (2-2)
17t. California Cruisers, La Palma, CA (3-2)
17t. So Cal Breakers, Encinitas, CA (3-2)
17t. Texas Elite, Grand Prairie, TX (3-2)
17t. Gold Coast Hurricane, Cooper City, FL (2-2)
25t. Georgia Elite, Douglasville, GA (2-2)
25t. Houston Power, Houston, TX (2-2)
25t. KC Peppers, Olathe, KS (2-2)
25t. USA Athletics, Anaheim, CA (2-2)
25t. Glacier NW, Vancouver, WA (2-2)
25t. NJ Pride, Newark, NJ (2-2)
25t. Oregon Panthers, Salem, OR (2-2)
25t. Sacramento Rush, Sacramento, CA (2-2)
33t. Anaheim O.C. Batbusters, Garden Grove, CA (1-2)
33t. Beach Girls, Brooklyn, NY (1-2)
33t. Blazing Angels, Cheltenham, PA (1-2)
33t. NW Extreme, Canby, OR (1-2)
33t. San Diego Renegades, San Diego, CA (1-2)
33t. Arizona Hotshots, Tempe, AZ (1-2)
33t. California Waves, Santa Barbara, CA (1-2)
33t. Colorado Legend, Parker, CO (1-2)
33t. KC Xtreme, Olathe, KS (1-2)
33t. Louisiana Reflections, Lafayette, LA (1-2)
33t. Maddogs, Alliance, OH (1-2)
33t. Phoenix Storm Swan, Phoenix, AZ (1-2)
33t. So Cal Diamonds, Newbury Park, CA (1-2)
33t. Sudden Impact Gold, Houston, TX (1-2)
33t. Texas Storm, Pearland, TX (1-2)
33t. Valley Breeze, San Fernando, CA (1-2)
49t. Atlanta Vipers, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
49t. Colorado Stars, Boulder, CO (0-2)
49t. Georgia Fire, Roswell, GA (0-2)
49t. Katy Express, Katy, TX (0-2)
49t. Lil Saints, Peoria, AZ (0-2)
49t. Louisiana Voodoo, New Orleans, LA (0-2)
49t. Oklahoma Twisters, Norman, OK (0-2)
49t. Panthers, Glendale, CA (0-2)
49t. Phoenix Storm Moloney, Phoenix, AZ (0-2)
49t. So Cal Pride, Newhall, CA (0-2)
49t. Southern Force, Johnston City, IL (0-2)
49t. Strike Zone, Hayward, CA (0-2)
49t. Texas Eclipse, Houston, TX (0-2)
49t. Texas Hawks, Conroe, TX (0-2)
49t. Texas High Voltage, Houston, TX (0-2)
49t. Vipers, Moreno Valley, CA (0-2)

2003 OC Batbusters

2003 OC Batbusters

2003 ASA Women’s Open Slow Pitch Nationals

2003 held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium.

Champion: Shooters/Worth, Orlando, Florida (East)
Runner Up: Texas Sportz/Miken, San Antonio, Texas (West)

Women’s Major Class Discontinued and “OPEN” Class was initiated.

Women’s Open Class: Starting in 2003- ASA Reorganized the Women’s Slow Pitch National Classifications – The OPEN Class was started in 2003 — Women’s Slow Pitch OPEN Classification now includes Class-Major, Class-A and Class-B. From 2003-2006, ASA Women’s Open Class Tournament had 2 separate National Championship Tournaments; East Open and West Open. The two winners then met in Oklahoma City in a Best of 5 Series for the Women’s Open National Championship. All America teams were selected at both the East and West National Tournaments, along with MVPs, Batting Champions, etc. In the Best of 5 Final Series, only an MVP was selected.

2003 (at Oklahoma City, OK – East vs West National Championship Final Series)
SCORES: Shooters/Worth 21-11, 16-18, 18-30, 20-7, 26-12 – (3 games to 2)
It took the Shooters and Texas Sportz five games to decide the champion in the Women’s Open division at the Hooters Championship Series. Down 2-1 in the series, the Shooters rallied for big wins in the game four and five to take the Championship Series title. The Shooters blew out Texas Sportz 21-11 in game one and looked as if it would breeze through the series will little effort but things didn’t work quite that way. Kami Marrott went 4-for-4 with a double to pace the Shooters offensively. Texas Sportz managed to hold on for an 18-16 win in game two to even the series at 1-1. Ami Gresham launched a grand slam in the bottom of the first inning to give her squad the lead. Shannon Pigott and Robin Kenowith each drove in two RBI in the game. In game three Texas Sportz drilled the Shooters 30-18 put itself one game away from the title. Texas Sportz scored 13 runs in the first two innings and capped off the game with a 10 run sixth to close out the game. Cindy Trevino went 5-for-5 with three RBI while Gresham contributed with a four hits, two home runs and four RBI. Finishing second just wasn’t an option for the Shooters as they stormed back with a 20-7 win in game four to force the fifth and deciding game. Lisa Lines and Tiffany Daniels each went 4-for-4 while Daniels drove in a game high four RBI. Knotted at 3-3 after two innings, the Shooters began to pull away with a five run third inning. With the game still in doubt entering the seventh, the Shooters exploded for 11 runs in the top of the seventh to prove they are the best in the Women’s Open division. Series MVP Robin Berkowitz went 3-for-3 with a two run home run and two walks. Shooters outscored Texas Sportz in the 5 games 101-78.

  • MVP – Robin Berkowitz, Shooters/Worth (3-3 in final game with HR and 2 Walks)
  • Batting Leader – N/A
  • Home Run Leaders – N/A

2003 ASA Open Women’s East held at Auburn, Alabama.

Champion: Shooters, Orlando, Florida
Runner Up: Armed Forces, Eglin AFB, Florida

Shooters defeated Armed Forced 12-1 in the Championship final.

  • East MVP – Jamie Sheriff, Shooters
  • East Batting Leader – Verda Hacker, WET/MMG Miken
  • East Home Run Leaders – Michelle Vance, Shooters – 1
  • East Home Run Leaders – Leslie Boles, WET/MMG Miken – 1


P – Theresa Hunt, Shooters
C – Patricia Wimsatt, WET/MMG Miken
1B – Jamie Sheriff, Shooters
2B – Jean Heitzman, Armed Forces
3B – Tammy Baldwin, Armed Forces
SS – Chris Schultz, Made to Order
OF – Diane Hatch, Shooters
OF – Carol Rakich, APPCO Sports/Duke’s Tavern
OF – Jean Tripam, Made to Order
OF – Stacy Robinson, Armed Forces
UT – Lisa Pugh, Made to Order
UT – Verda Hacker, WET/MMG Miken
UT – Gretchen McMullen, Armed Forces
UT – Jen Fox, Max Magees
UT – Ninia Ybarra, Armed Forces


P – Laurie Doughty, Armed Forces
C – Robin Berkowitz, Shooters
1B – Dawn Scott, APPCO Sports/Duke’s Tavern
2B – Kim Dean, Shooters
3B – Laura Lynn, WET/MMG Miken
SS – Tiffany Daniels, Shooters
OF – Mary Quin, Made to Order
OF – Beth Proffitt, Max Magees
OF – Stephanie Minix, Armed Forces
OF – Lisa Lines, Shooters
UT – Kami Marrott, Shooters
UT – Donna Owens, WET/MMG Miken
UT – Dolores Shank, APPCO Sports/Duke’s Tavern
UT – Chris Wellendorf, Shooters
UT – Jamie Thompson, Armed Forces


1. Shooters, Orlando, FL (5-1)
2. Armed Forces, Eglin AFB, FL (6-2)
3. WET/MMG Miken, Columbia, KY (2-2)
4. Made to Order, Skokie, IL (3-2)
5t. Nick’s Café, New Cumberland, PA (3-2)
5t. JTB/USA Blazers, Phenix City, AL (1-2)
7t. Max Magees, Boothwyn, PA (2-2)
7t. Appco Sports/Duke’s, Springfield, PA (2-2)
9t. Michigan Rage, Delta Township, MI (0-2)
9t. Fortin, Westbrooke, ME (0-2)
9t. Reamstown AA, Reamstown, PA (0-2)
9t. Ness Auto Sales, Lodi, WI (0-2)
13. Challengers, Maroa, IL (0-2)

2003 ASA Open Women’s West held at Killeen, Texas.

Champion: Texas Sportz/Miken, San Antonio, Texas
Runner Up: Ladies First, Los Angeles, California

Texas Sportz/Miken defeated Ladies First 9-5 in the Championship final.

  • West MVP – Shannon Piggott, Texas Sportz
  • West Batting Leader – Karina Osuna, Ladies First
  • West Home Run Leader -Shannon Piggott, Texas Sportz


P – Tracy Jones, Ladies First
C – Sheryl Johnson, Texas Angels
1B – Kristina Ibrom, Texas Angels
2B – Terry Graham, Seattle Hawks
3B – Sunshine Exparza, Ladies First
SS – Robin Kenowith, Texas Sportz/Miken
OF – Gina Perez, Texas Sportz/Miken
OF – Karina Osuna, Ladies First
OF – Jennifer Abramson, Ladies First
OF – Shari Rider, Seattle Hawks
UTIL – Angie Miller, DeCarlow Homes
UTIL – Dawn Forman, Texas Angels
UTIL – Hortencia Cabreera, Carpet Masters
UTIL – Becky Zalesnik, Texas Sportz/Miken
UTIL – Leonla Fliegel, DeCarlow Homes
UTIL – Shannon Piggott, Texas Sportz/Miken


1. Texas Sportz/Miken, San Antonio, TX (6-1)
2. Ladies First, Los Angeles, CA (4-2)
3. Texas Angels, Highland, TX (4-2)
4. Seattle Hawks, Renton, WA (3-2)
5t. Decarlow Homes, Ashland, OR (3-2)
5t. Carpet Masters, San Antonio, TX (2-2)
7t. Drillers, Austin, TX (2-2)
7t. Mcclarnon Properties, Nixa, MO (2-2)
9t. K-OSS, Fort Hood, TX (1-2)
9t. Strike Back, Killeen, TX (1-2)
9t. Sports Page, Billings, MT (0-2)
9t. Lady Merchants, Wheelock, TX (0-2)
13t. Down & Dirty, Killeen, TX (0-2)
13t. Velocity, Santa Fe, TX (0-2)
13t. Land of Magic/1st Citizens Bank, Butte, MT (0-2)

2002 ASA Women’s Major Slow Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Auburn, Alabama.

Champion: Diamond Queens, Nashville, Tennessee
Runner Up: Shooters/Worth, Orlando, Florida

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


P – Mary Hoff, Diamond Queens
C – Sondra Landry, Diamond Queens
1B – Jackie Watkins, Diamond Queens
2B – Jamie Sheriff, Shooters/Worth
3B – Sirene Johnson, Diamond Queens
SS – Stacie Symonds, Diamond Queens
OF – Diane Hatch, Shooters/Worth
OF – Tina Brannon, Shooters/Worth
OF – Lynnie France, Diamond Queens
OF – Buffy Arms, Diamond Queens
UT – Michelle Vance, Shooters/Worth
UT – Tabitha Best, Diamond Queens
UT – Tiffany Daniels, Shooters/Worth
UT – Cindy Corrado, Diamond Queens
UT – Tonja Russell, Shooters/Worth


1. Diamond Queens, Nashville, TN (3-0)
2. Shooters/Worth, Orlando, FL (2-1)
3. Varsity Graphics, Livonia, MI (1-1)
4. Armstrong Ceiling, Murfreesboro, TN (0-1)

2002 ASA Women’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Stratford, Connecticut.

Champion – Stratford Brakettes, Stratford, Connecticut (78-1)
Runner Up – California Hurricanes, Perris, California

The Women’s Major Fast Pitch National Softball Tournament concluded here last night, with the host Brakettes edging the California Hurricanes 1-0 to win their 24th national title.

The tournament was bedeviled by a scheduling conflict that left the game’s 17 best players in San Diego preparing for an international tournament in Japan that begins next week. Those 17 players belong to the U.S. National Team, and six of them are members of last year’s champion.

With runners on second and third and two outs in the sixth inning, pinch hitter Robyn King singled to center driving in Michelle Gates with the game’s only run in the championship game. The Brakettes have now won their 24th national title since 1947.

  • MVP – Cat Osterman, Stratford Brakettes
  • HR Leader – Erica Martinez, Iowa Dynasty – 2
  • HR Leader – Kim Palmer, St. Louis Saints – 2
  • Batting Leader – Liz Dennis, Iowa Dynasty – .476
  • Bertha Tickey Pitching Award – Cat Osterman, Stratford Brakettes
  • Erv Lind Defensive Award – Liz Dennis, Iowa Dynasty


P – Tia Bollinger, California Hurricanes
P – Kaci Clark, Stratford Brakettes (2-0, 2 shutouts, 24 K, 14 IP, 0 ER, 2 hits, no-hitter, won final game 1-0)
P – Cat Osterman, Stratford Brakettes (2-0, 32 K, 14 IP, 2 ER, 3 Hits, 1 Shutout)
C – Keri McCallum, Stratford Brakettes
1B – Diane Stowe, St. Louis Saints
2B – Beth Wade, St. Louis Saints
3B – Liz Dennis, Iowa Dynasty (10-21, .476, HR)
SS – Natalie Bennett, St. Louis Saints
OF – Kim Palmer, St. Louis Saints
OF – Brenda DeBlaise, Allentown Patriots
OF – Erin Mobley, California Hurricanes
OF – Bridget Fournie, St. Louis Saints
UTIL – Kellie Wilkerson, Stratford Brakettes
UTIL – Erin Rahn, California Hurricanes
UTIL – Adrianne Blackman, Iowa Dynasty


P – Casey Hunter, St. Louis Saints
P – Nicole Bohnenstiehl, St. Louis Saints
P – Katie McFadden, Elite Force
C – Jessica Basher, Iowa Dynasty
1B – Lauren Schwendimann, Iowa Dynasty
2B – Carrie Leto, California Hurricanes
3B – Danielle Quiones, California Hurricanes
SS – Amanda Jensen, Elite Force
OF – Germaine Fairchild, Stratford Brakettes
OF – Erica Martinez, Iowa Dynasty
OF – Rachel Gensch, Elite Force
OF – Kristy Heyser, Topton VIP’s
UTIL – Kristin Johnson, Iowa Dynasty
UTIL – Michelle Gates, Stratford Brakettes
UTIL – Amy Fouts, Elite Force


1. Stratford Brakettes, Stratford, CT (5-0)
2. California Hurricanes, Riverside, CA (4-2)
3. Iowa Dynasty, Iowa City, IA (4-2)
4. St. Louis Saints, St. Louis, MO (4-2)
5t. Allentown Patriots, Allentown, PA (2-2)
5t. Topton VIP’s, Topton, PA (2-2)
7t. New Jersey Divas, Linden, NJ (1-2)
7t. Elite Force, Palos Hills, IL (2-2)
9t. Stratford Breakers, Stratford, CT (0-2)
9t. Adirondack Ice, Albany, NY (0-2)
9t. Celina Suns, Celina, OH (1-2)
9t. Connecticut Classics, New Haven, CT (1-2)
13t. Hamden Eclipse, Hamden, CT (0-2)
13t. Stratford Seahawks, Stratford, CT (0-2)

L-R, top row – Coach Jay Stratton, Michelle Gates, Coach / Scorer Jeff Ellis, Kaci Clark, Alicia Smith, Frankie Spruce, Donna McLean, Robyn King, Sara Jewett, Keri McCallum, Erica Sobel, Karrie Rider, Coach Patti Fernandes, GM Bob Baird, Manager John Stratton. Bottom row – Batgirl Sam, Nikki Myers, Kellie Wilkerson, Jen Fisher, Cat Osterman, Danielle Henderson, Jen Smith, Lea Mishlan, Germaine Fairchild, Batgirl Katie.

2002 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Champion – Mountain Top/Advanced, Texarkana, Texas (West)
Runner Up – WW Gay/Aubrey’s/TPS, Gainesville, Florida (East)

SCORES: Mountain Top/Advanced; 26-28, 18-25, 28-13, 31-19, 36-31.

Mountain Top, down 2 games to 0, mounted an improbable comeback and won 3 straight to win the 5 game series 3 games to 2. Outscoring WW Gay 95-63 in those 3 games and 139-118 in the series.

  • Game 1 – W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL) scored eight runs in the sixth inning to evoke the 15-run mercy rule and defeat Mountain Top/Advanced (Texarkana, TX) in the opening game of the Men’s Class A division of the Hooters Championship Series. Sean Snow went 5-for-5 with five singles and scored four times to lead W.W. Gay at the plate. John Thomas and Billy Eurice each connected for two home runs while Chad Carver and Ken Carlton hit the other two for W.W. Gay. Advanced/Mountain Top first baseman Vince Bisbee went three-for-three and scored three runs to provide a spark in the offense. Paul Sheppard provided the power for Advanced/Mountain Top going 2-for-2 with two home runs. W.W. Gay, who lost its long-time manager N.C. Ryals just a week ago to a sudden heart attack, are playing this tournament in his memory. These two teams meet again tomorrow at 10 a.m. in game two of the Hooters Championship Series.
  • Game 2 – In a see-saw battle in Men’s Class A in the Hooters Championship Series it came down to who would get the last at-bat. W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s ( Gainesville , FL ) won the toss in game two and capitalized with a walk-off home run by Billy Eurice in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Mountain Top/Advanced ( Texarkana , TX ) 28-26. Eurice remained perfect at the plate for the tournament going 4-four-4 with two home runs and five RBI. So far in the tournament, Eurice is 7-for-7 with four home runs and 13 RBI. Other standout performances for W.W. Gay came from Mike Thomas (3-for-4, six RBI), Chad Carver (2-for-4, five RBI) and Jose Santiago (4-for-4, three RBI). Mountain Top/Advanced looked strong at the plate full-filling its home run limit of nine in the sixth inning. Despite not having the long ball to rely on, Advanced was able to score seven runs in the seventh to extend its lead to 26-23 but the lead would not hold. Paul Sheppard went 3-for-5 with a home run and five RBI to pace Advanced at the plate. John Glidewell had three home runs in the game while Wade Casey finished with two. W.W. Gay could close out the series in three games today when it faces Advanced at 2 p.m. at Lagoon Park
  • Game 3 – Mountain Top/Advanced (Texarkana, TX) kept its national championship hopes alive in game three of the Men’s Class A division of the Hooters Championship Series with a 25-18 victory over W.W. Gay/ Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL). Rickie Robbins came through in the clutch going 5-for-5 with five runs scored, two home runs and five RBI. Matt Arlett had two home runs and six RBI, while Wade Casey went 2-for-3 with four RBI. Shawn Snow hit a grand slam in the fourth and went 3-for-5 in the game with six RBI to lead W.W. Gay offensively. Billy Eurice, one of the most explosive offensive players in the tournament, once again went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI.
  • Game 4 – Mountain Top/Advanced (Texarkana, TX) came back from an 0-2 deficit to win game four in just five innings, 31-19, over W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s (Gainesville, FL) to force a fifth and deciding game in the best of five series. Advanced outscored W.W. Gay 21-9 in the first three innings to distance itself in the contest. Shawn Robinson went 5-for-5 with a home run, scored four and drove in three runs. Wade Casey also contributed big in the game going 4-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI. Shawn Snow had another big game for W.W. Gay going 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI. Trey Royal was perfect with three hits and three RBIs.
  • Game 5 – Mountain Top/Advanced of Texarkana, TX did the improbable and came back from an 0-2 deficit in the best of five series to win three consecutive games including the all important game five to class the national championship for the Men’s Class A division at the Hooters National Championship Series. Advanced defeated W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s of Gainesville , FL 36-31 in the final game to claim the title. After exhausting its allotment of home runs for the game in the fifth inning, Advanced had to rely on timely base hits to take the lead in the seventh inning. It managed to score 12 runs in the seventh without a home run to its credit. W.W. Gay mounted a charge in the final frame, scoring four runs but was unable to keep the ball in the park and were called out for going over its home run limit. Vince Bisbee was a popular choice for MVP after going 3-for-7 with four runs scored in the final game. Teammate Richie Robbins went 5-for-7 with seven RBI in the championship game, while Rob Gundry and Shawn Robinson both accounted for two home runs and five RBI for the winning team. Brett McDaniel starred for W.W. Gay in the finale going 4-for-6 with two home runs and seven RBI. Billy Eurice also had a good night at the plate going 4-for-6 with a home run and four RBI.

  • MVP – Vince Bisbee, Mountain Top (19-26, .733, 4 HR)
  • HR Leader – Wade Casey, Mountain Top – (16-26, .615) 8 HR
  • Batting Leader – John Glidewell, Mountain Top – (22-26, 6 HR) .846

2002 ASA A East Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals – held at Jacksonville, Florida on August 30 – September 2.

Champion – WW Gay/Aubrey’s/TPS, Gainesville, Florida
Runner Up – Team Ball/Worth, Dothan, Alabama

WW Gay beat Team Ball 26-10 in winners bracket final, then Team Ball eliminated Smokes ABS/Joe Corbi’s/Mizuno in losers bracket final 28-16 to get to the final. WW Gay won final championship game in a rout 29-9 and went 7-0

  • MVP – Mike Thomas, WW/Gay/Aubrey’s/TPS (.864, 4 HR)
  • Batting Champion – Lou Mongelli, Berardi’s/TPS
  • HR Champion – BJ Fulk, Smoke/ABS/Joe Corbi’s/Mizuno


P – Kevin Shumate, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
C – Billy Evirce, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
1B – Mike Thomas, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
2B – Fred Ditto, Berardi’s/TPS
3B – Preston Taylor, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
SS – Jose Santiago, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
OF – Joe Resing, Berardi’s/TPS
OF – Brett McDaniel, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
OF – BJ Fulk, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
OF – Stacy Howell, Team Ball/Worth
UTIL – Lou Mongelli, Berardi’s/TPS
UTIL – David Allen, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
UTIL – Tim Lee, Team Ball/Worth
UTIL – Keith Martin, Team Ball/Worth
UTIL – John Thomas, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS


P – Chad Carver, W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS
C – William Kirby Murphy, Team DeMarini
1B – Doug Flowers, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
2B – Ken Ezzell, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
3B – Bob Boyers, Berardi’s/TPS
SS – Craig “Chickie” Palermo, Team DeMarini
OF – James Franklin, Berardi’s/TPS
OF – Tim Finn, Team DeMarini
OF – Caleb Rabenold, Jax Sports Cards
OF – Rusty Huggins, Jax Sports Cards
UTIL – Eric Williams, Jax Sports Cards
UTIL – Curt Gleaton, Team Ball/Worth
UTIL – Scott Wiggins, Team Ball/Worth
UTIL – Jim Rogers, Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno
UTIL – James Nelson, Team Ball/Worth


1. W. W. Gay Aubrey/TPS, Gainesville, FL (7-0)
2. Team Ball/Worth, Dothan, AL (5-2)
3. Smokes/ABS/Joe Corbis/Mizuno, Delaware, OH (7-2)
4. Berardi’s/Tps, Louisville, KY (4-2)
5t. Team Demarini, Cranston, RI (5-2)
5t. Jax Sports Cards, Jacksonville, FL (3-2)
7t. Suncoast/Uni-Floz/Nike, Sarasota, FL (3-2)
7t. Sportstars/Miken, Louisville, KY (4-2)
9t. Riverside/TPS, Mt. Washington, KY (2-2)
9t. Team Mizuno, Ft. Pierce, FL (3-2)
9t. Frank-N-Steins/Marodi, Jeanette, KY (2-2)
9t. Big Fogg, Jacksonville, FL (2-2)
13t. Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH (2-2)
13t. Sid Grinker Co./TPS, Sullivan, WI (1-2)
13t. Central Paving, Carmel, IN (1-2)
13t. Ohio Sealants, Willoughby, OH (2-2)
17t. Checking/Worth, New Haven, CT (1-2)
17t. B & A Cab/Excalibur, Harrison, OH (0-2)
17t. SCB/Denalex, Long Island, NY (1-2)
17t. Treble-Rish/Engineering, Tallahassee, FL (1-2)
17t. Cooper Sports/Specialty/Vending/Worth, Hamilton, OH (1-2)
17t. B & C/Miken, Edmonton, KY (0-2)
17t. Thompson Realtors/Merchants, Springfield, KY (1-2)
17t. Florida Heat/Nave Plumbing/Joe Black’s/Worth, Sanibel, FL (1-2)
25t. Team Focus, Patterson, CA (0-2)
25t. Plumbers & Pipe Fitters, Lansing, MI (0-2)
25t. All-American Red Birds, Jacksonville, FL (0-2)
25t. Sports Den/Elzz/Mavericks, Corbin, KY (0-2)
25t. Las Vegas Funjet/Nike, Milwaukee, WI (0-2)
25t. Audio Jungsion, Springfield, GA (0-2)
25t. Langdale/Builders/Diamond Dogs, Jacksonville, FL (0-2)

2002 ASA A West Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals – held at Waterloo,  Iowa on August 30 – September 2.

Champion – Mountain Top/Advanced/USA/TPS, Texarkana, Texas
Runner Up – Hooters/Mizuno, Overland Park, Kansas

Mountain Top defeated Hooters/B&B in the “if” game 35-34 to win the title. B&B won the first final 19-12, but could not over come the Mountain Top squad in the “if’ game. Mt. Top finished 6-1.

  • MVP – Wade Casey, Mountain Top/Advanced/USA Cash/TPS (28-35, .800, 11 HR)
  • Batting Champion – Mickey Rowland, O&S Cattle – .867
  • HR Champion – Scott Nichols, Hooters/B&B/Rew/Mizuno – 13


P – Kevin Gillot, Hooters/Mizuno
C – Raith Adair, Hooters/Mizuno
1B – Scott Pick, Hooters/Mizuno
2B – Wade Casey, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
3B – John Glidewell, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
SS – Brent Wilhelm, Hooters/Mizuno
OF – Tim Howard, Hooters/Mizuno
OF – Mickey Rowland, O & S Cattle
OF – Bill Kugler, R & M Metals
OF – Matt Arlett, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
UTIL – Bob Van Erem, Deery Brothers
UTIL – Neil Atkinson, Gold’s Gym
UTIL – Shane Davis, The Red’s
UTIL – Vince Bisbee, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS


P – Charlie Casella, R & M Metals
C – Frankie Kubenka, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
1B – Josh Schmidt, R & M Metals
2B – David Soult, Hooters/Mizuno
3B – Shaun Robinson, Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
SS – Don DeDonatis, Jr., Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS
OF – Dan Yochum, O & S Cattle
OF – Corey Krueger, Hooters/Mizuno
OF – Brian Holmes, Deery Brothers
OF – Pete Tourek, O & S Cattle
UTIL – Lance Hansen, Gold’s Gym
UTIL – Kevin Rotzer, O & S Cattle
UTIL – Ron Hall, The Red’s
UTIL – Tim Felderman, Deery Brothers
UTIL – Marc Coonradt, R & M Metals


1. Advanced/Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS, Texarkana, TX (6-1)
2. Hooters/Mizuno, Overland Park, KS (8-2)
3. R&M Metals, Waterloo, IA (3-2)
4. O&S Cattle, St. Paul, MN (4-2)
5t. Gold’s Gym, Merrian, KS (3-2)
5t. The Red’s, Seattle, WA (3-2)
7t. Daisy Dooks, Bettendorf, IA (2-2)
7t. Deery Brothers, Waterloo, IA (3-2)
9t. Budlight, Owatonna, MN (1-2)
9t. Sambetti’s, Des Moines, IA (2-2)
9t. Doc’s/Mizuno, Pasadena, TX (2-2)
9t. Titan’s, Calera, TX (2-2)
13t. Pov’s, Oakdale, MN (1-2)
13t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (0-2)
13t. Champions, St. Paul, IA (0-2)
13t. ISS/Carlos O’Kelly’s, Gilbertville, IA (0-2)
17t. BLS/Mizuno, Springfield, MO (0-2)
17t. Northwest TPS, Seattle, WA (0-2)
17t. Team X, Waterloo, IA (0-2)
17t. Rascals, Davenport, IA (0-2)
17t. Winning Edge/Craft Cochran, Waterloo, IA (1-2)

2002 ASA Men’s Super Slow Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Sanford Memorial Stadium in Sanford, Florida on September 12-15.

Champion – Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, Minnesota
Runner Up – Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/Easton, San Jose, California

  • MVP – Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS
  • HR Leader – Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS – 14
  • Batting Leader – Jeff Hall, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton – .909
  • Offensive MVP – Jeff Hall, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton


P – Andy Purcell, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (9-14, .643, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 10 Runs)
C – Hank Garris, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (11-16, .688, 7 HR, 12 RBI, 16 Runs)
1B – Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (17-19, .865, 14 HR, 26 RBI, 15 Runs)
2B – Rusty Bumgardner, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (13-18, .722, 8 HR, 10 RBI, 15 Runs)
SS – John Mello, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (7-12, .583, 7 HR, 11 RBI, 11 Runs)
3B – Mike Shenk, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (13-17, 765, 5 HR, 7 RBI, 10 Runs)
MI – Todd Martin, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (9-17, .529, 7 HR, 12 RBI, 9 Runs)
OF – Robin Higgonbotham, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
OF – Ronnie James, Mid-South/Mizuno
OF – Brad Stiles, Long Haul (7-13, .538, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 8 Runs)
EP – Dewayne Nevitt, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
UTIL – Jeff Hall, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton (20-22, .909)
UTIL – Jeff Ott, Mid-South/Mizuno
UTIL – David Hood, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
UTIL – Demond Thomas, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton


P – Shane DuBose, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
C – Scott Brown, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
1B – J. C. Phelps, New Construction
2B – Brett Helmer, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
SS – Dal Beggs, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
3B – Albert Davis, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
MI – Dennis Rulli, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
OF – Dewayne Frizzell, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
OF – Johnny McCraw, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
OF – Scott King, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (8-16, .500, 2 HRs, 7 RBIs, 7 Runs)
EP – Randy Kortokrax, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
UTIL – Todd Volkers, Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth
UTIL – Chaun DeMars, Mid-South/Mizuno
UTIL – Todd Joerling, Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton
UTIL – Randall Boone, Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS (9-16, .563, 4 HR, 10 RBI, 8 Runs)


1. Long Haul/Taylor Brothers/Shen Corp/TPS Albertville, MN (4-0)
2. Backman/Smith/Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA (3-2)
3. Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/Worth, Columbus, OH (3-2)
4. Mid-South/Mizuno, Portage, IN (3-2)
5t. Phonemasters/K&G/TPS, Wood River, IL (1-2)
5t. New Construction, Shelbyville, IN (1-2)
7t. W.W. Gay/Aubrey’s/Mizuno/TPS, Gainesville, FL (0-2)
7t. Team Mizuno, Fort Pierce, FL (1-2)
9. Team AH/TPS, Dayton, OH (0-2)

2002 ASA Men’s (10) Modified Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Cedar Rapids, Iowa on September 5-7.

Champion –  Dillinger’s, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Runner Up – Monticello Sports, Monticello, Iowa

  • MVP – Paul Wagner, Dillinger’s
  • HR Champion – Mark Lyness, Monticello Sports
  • Batting Champion – Dave Zaeska, Home State Bank


P – Todd Albrecht, Dillingers
P – Rick Beers, Daniels
P – Kenny Schaul, Monticello Sports
C – Jeff Moon, Dillingers
1B – Scott Fritz, Monticello Sports
2B – Paul Wagner, Dillingers
3B – Rusty Kryzanowski, Dillingers
SS – Dave Zaeska, Home State Bank
OF – Mark Lyness, Monticello Sports
OF – Mark Roedl, Dillingers
OF – TJ Crandell, Hovden Oil
OF – Lou Ervin, Fran-Gard Properties
UTIL – Paul Tolvstad, Dillingers
UTIL – Ty Fish, Daniels
UTIL – Dan Barnes, Daniels


1. Dillinger’s, Fond du Lac, WI (5-0)
2. Monticello Sports, Monticello, IA (4-2)
3. Daniels, Binghampton, NY (3-2)
4. Fran-Gard Properties, Cedar Rapids, IA (3-2)
5t. JPT Electric, Ashby, MA (3-2)
5t. Goode’s Inn, Weyauwega, WI (4-2)
7t. The Bar, Kimberly, WI (2-2)
7t. Hovden Oil, Decorah, IA (2-2)
9t. Task King Softball, Plymouth, MI (2-2)
9t. Oelwein Merchants, Oelwein, IA (1-2)
9t. Strawberry Point Merchants, Strawberry Point, IA (1-2)
9t. Home State Bank, Atwater, MN (2-2)
13t. The Bandits, Mason, MI (1-2)
13t. Silver Edge Co-Op, Edgewood, IA (1-2)
13t. Eye Care Center, Port Huron, MI (1-2)
13t. A-1 Screenprinting, Cedar Rapids, IA (1-2)
17t. Groovin With Tabuki, Keystone, IA (0-2)
17t. Bay Area Merchants, Brooks, ME (0-2)
17t. The Alibi, Lamont, IA (0-2)
17t. Miller’s Softball, Lamont, IA (0-2)

2002 ASA Men’s (9) A Modified Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Marietta, Georgia on August 29-September 2.

Champion –  L&P/Kaytes/LPP, Staten Island, New York
Runner Up – Meineke Softball, Yorktown, New York

  • MVP – N/A
  • Batting Champion – N/A
  • HR Champion – Chad McConnell, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
  • HR Champion – Jeff Hasting, Netspoke


P – Steve Mikos, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
P – Gary Thomas, Meineke Softball
P – John Conway, Trump Softball
C – Frank DeGroat, Meineke Softball
1B – Jeff Hooks, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
2B – Dave Simon, Trump Softball
3B – George McConnell, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
SS – Rey Garcia, Ocean Glass/Westminster Chiropractic
OF – Joe Johnston, Shaw Chiropractic
OF – Jeff Hasting, Netspoke
OF – Nate Craique, Netspoke
OF – Tim Curley, Meineke Softball
UTIL – Chad McConnell, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
UTIL – Jake Benoit, Netspoke
UTIL – Jerry Rosen, Trump Softball


P – Tom Lagrow, Warriors Softball Club
P – Steve Mathers, Team Budweiser
P – Ted Rorick, Trump Softball
C – Tom Lambert, Netspoke
1B – Mike Culver, Team Budweiser
2B – Jamie Owens, Team Budweiser
3B – Mark Laurent, Ocean Glass/Westminster Chiropractic
SS – Derrick Wolfe, Team Budweiser
OF – Jack Atwater, Warriors Softball Club
OF – K.C. Kirkpatrick, Team Budweiser
OF – Mo Kandous, L&P/Kaytes/LPP
OF – Ryan Andrzejewski, Team Budweiser
UTIL – Jack Mullin, Ocean Glass/Westminster Chiropractic
UTIL – Erich Schiemen, Shaw Chiropractic
UTIL – Jimmy Smith, Warriors Softball Club


1. L&P/Kaytes/LPP, Staten Island, NY (7-0)
2. Meineke Softball, Yorktown, NY (7-2)
3. Trump Softball, Troy, NY (5-2)
4. Ocean Glass/Westminster Chiropractic, Westminster, MA (4-2)
5t. Shaw Chiropractic, Port Huron, MI (6-2)
5t. Netspoke, Pembroke, NH (6-2)
7t. Team Budweiser, Farmington Hills, MI (5-2)
7t. Warriors Softball Club, Chapel Hill, NC (5-2)
9t. Legends-Modesto, East Wareham, MA (3-2)
9t. Gartner, Bayshore, NY (3-2)
9t. Adco Electric, Staten Island, NY (2-2)
9t. Framingham Cardinals, Framingham, MA (3-2)
13t. Budweiser, Greensboro, MD (3-2)
13t. Don F Rio, Brooklyn, NY (3-2)
13t. Lakeway Sports, Bean Station, TN (3-2)
13t. B.S.C., Oxford, PA (3-2)
17t. Hollywood Sports Complex, Montrose, MN (2-2)
17t. New Jersey Express, Ringwood, NJ (2-2)
17t. Heimey’s Place, Delano, MN (2-2)
17t. Leisure Zone All-Stars, Morristown, TN (2-2)
17t. Baywood Softball Club, Saginaw, MI (2-2)
17t. Dominican All-Stars, Miami, FL (2-2)
17t. Center Café Sports Pub, Billerica, MA (2-2)
17t. Durham Speed Boys, Durham, NC (2-2)
25t. El Sur, Tampa, FL (0-2)
25t. Cobras, Millington, TN (1-2)
25t. Strikers/O’Hare’s, Bay City, MI (1-2)
25t. Coolidge Corner Clubhouse, Framington, MA (1-2)
25t. Tool Shed, Staten Island, NY (1-2)
25t. Starter & Generator Brewers, Morristown, TN (1-2)
25t. Franco Landscaping, Butler, NJ (1-2)
25t. Stingers, Woodstock, GA (1-2)
33t. Boichot Concrete, DeWitt, MI (1-2)
33t. Tastee Freeze/Grand Slam, Bridesville, DE (0-2)
33t. Fort Apache Dodgers, Bronx, NY (0-2)
33t. Testa’s Resaurant, Portland, ME (0-2)
33t. The Zone, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
33t. Secory Flyers, Fort Gratiot, MI (0-2)
33t. Apogean Marketing, Pompano Beach, FL (0-2)
33t. K. C. All-Stars, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
33t. Downtown Café/Town Plot Spirit Shop, Waterbury, CT (0-2)
33t. Freebirds, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
33t. Talbert’s, Chapel Hill, NC (0-2)
33t. Nabozney’s, Port Huron, MI (0-2)
33t. Legends-Appfolt, Webster, MA (0-2)
33t. Stealth Security Guard Service, West Islip, NY (0-2)
33t. Rick’s Auto Body, Midland, MI (0-2)

2002 ASA Men’s Major Slow Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Johnson City, Tennessee on August 30-September 1.

Champion – Twin States/Worth, Jackson, Mississippi
Runner Up – Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton, Columbus, Ohio

  • MVP – Richard White, Twin States/Worth
  • Batting Champion – Nick Block, Team AH/TPS – .818
  • HR Champion – Ron Wilson, Lighthouse Baptist/Sports World/Easton – 13


P – Charlie Brown, Twin States/Worth
C – Ed Hicks, Twin States/Worth
1B – Scott Summerlin, Twin States/Worth
2B – John Steele, Perkins Roofing/Watanabe/TPS
3B – Nick Block, Team AH/TPS (18-22, .818)
SS – Shay Cooper, Twin States/Worth
OF – Richard White, Twin States/Worth (20-27, .741 5 HR)
OF – Bobby Hughes, Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton
OF – Ron Wilson, Lighthouse Baptist/Sports World/Easton
OF – Wayne Habermehl, Phone Masters/K & G
UTIL – Billy Byrd, Phone Masters/K & G
UTIL – Troy Summerfield, Phone Masters/K & G
UTIL – Todd Thomas, Twin States/Worth
UTIL – Dennis Rulli, Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton
UTIL – Mark Weaver, Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton


1. Twin States/Worth, Jackson, MS (5-0)
2. Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton, Columbus, OH (4-2)
3. Phone Masters/K & G, Wood River, IL (3-2)
4. Perkins Roofing/Watanabe/TPS, Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
5t. Lighthouse Baptist/Sports World/Easton, Chattanooga, TN (3-2)
5t. Team AH/TPS, Dayton, OH (2-2)
7t. Jonesborough/TPS, Mt. Carmel, TN (0-2)
7t. U.S. Armed Forces, Pensacola, FL (1-2)
9t. New Construction, Shelbyville, IN (0-2)
9t. US Vinyl/Worth, Chattanooga, TN (0-2)
9t. Solway Hardware, Oak Ridge, TN (0-2)

2002 ASA Women’s Major Modified Pitch Nationals

2002 held at Spokane, Washington on August 8-11.

Champion – Vyper Sportswear, Spokane, Washington
Runner Up – Roger’s Renegades, Spokane, Washington

  • MVP – N/A
  • Batting Champion – N/A
  • HR Champion – N/A


P – Elizabeth Sanchez, Julie’s
P – Diane Stanford, Stadium Sports
P – Nicole Adamson, Roger’s Renegades
C – Tanya DeGeest, Stadium Sports
C – Missy Sharp, Stadium Sports
1B – Deb Smith, Roger’s Renegades
2B – Terry Galley, Roger’s Renegades
3B – Johanna Castillo, Julie’s
SS – M.J. Williams, Stadium Sports
OF – Megan Trembly, Roger’s Renegades
OF – Linda Bushinski, Stadium Sports
OF – Natalie Jufer, Julie’s
OF – Laura Daniels, Roger’s Renegades
DH – Kristi Kuntz, Stadium Sports
UTIL – Lori Bell, Roger’s Renegades


P – Kathy White, Stadium Sports
P – Desiree Alloggiamento, Julie’s
P – LaDonna Boyd, Polanski’s
C – Kristen Taylor, Roger’s Renegades
1B – Linda Lensch, Julie’s
2B – Rikki Jackson, Stadium Sports
3B – Anna Mendez, Julie’s
SS – Jennifer Mountain, Stadium Sports
OF – Heidi Smith, Polanski’s
OF – Michelle Blessent, Team Spokane
OF – Megan Nicolay, Roger’s Renegades
OF – Chrystal Pakootas, Polanski’s
UTIL – Tonya Gabriel, Hitchcock Construction
UTIL – Traci Moore, Hitchcock Construction
UTIL – Tracy O’Blines, Julie’s


1. Vyper Sportswear, Spokane, WA (2-1)
2. Roger’s Renegades, Hookset, NH (1-2)