Category: NSA

1991 NSA Men’s A Slow Pitch World Series

1991 held at Express-Way Park in Milford, Ohio.

Champion – Dryden/Georno’s, Newport News, Virginia
Runner Up – K&G Sports/IPC, Brownstown, Indiana

Dryden-Georno’s of Newport News, Virginia. scored 134 runs in six games to overpower the 27 team National Softball Association Men’s Class A World Series September 14-15 at Express-Way Park in Milford.

The champions, who never scored fewer than 20 runs and avenged 22 runs per game on their way to the title, were led by tournament MVP Greg Hardy. who batted .791 for the weekend.

But Hardy had plenty of help. Ten teammates hit .500 or better, with eight batting over .600. and three eclipsing the .700 mark.

Dryden had little difficulty in erasing their first two opponents. burying R. C. Cola of Middletown. Ohio. 25.5. and the Worth Astros of Indianapolis 21-8. Eugene Cunningham had four hits, and Steve Whitley. Wayne Latham, and Greg Hardy had three each against R. C. Cola, while Ricky Wiggins had three hits in the Astro game.

Six Dryden players – Latham, Hardy, Wiggins, Jeff Furbee, Dewey Fusell, and Kevin Darden had three hits to lead their club past Barnhill Construction softball club of Evansville, Indiana, 22-17 in game three.

Dryden rolled over Nanney’s School Supply of Greenville. South Carolina, 20-14 in game four, as Fusell, Hardy and Kenny Kirby combined for 12 hits, and Whitley, Darden, and Wiggins had three each.

That lifted Dryden into the winners’ bracket finals. where they outslugged RAM Engineering of Louisville 20-18.

Meanwhile K&G Sports/IPC of Brownstown, Indiana, was rallying through the losers’ bracket. K&G had fallen to RAM 21-4 after opening with victories over Aqua Science of Columbus 18-12 and Louie’s Sports Bar of Cincinnati 19-12.

But K & G rebounded to oust Gangl Jewelers of Cincinnati 20-8. Nanney’s 25-13. and RAM 19-17.

In a high-scoring. see-saw finals, that saw the lead change hands six times. Dryden finally broke a 21-21 tie with five unanswered runs in the top of the 7th to claim the championship. K & G had taken loads in the bottom of the first at 4.1. the bottom of the second at 10-5, and again in the third at 13-11. Dryden went ahead 18-13 with seven runs in the top of the fourth, and led 21-14 after five and a half, only to have K&G strike for seven runs in the bottom of the 6th to tie the game.

But in the 7th singles by Latham and Cunningham, a double by Darden and sac fly by Kirby. and singles by Brasley and Hardy produced the final five nuts of the game, as Dryden held on to win 26-21.

Offensive leaders for Dryden were tournament MVP Hardy at .791. Cunningham at .750. Wiggins at .714. Darden at .682. Fussell at .667. Latham at .652, Beasley and Furbee at .625. Whitley at .521. and Kirby at .500.

  • MVP – Greg Hardy, Dryden/Georno
  • Batting Champion – Greg Hardy, Dryden/Georno (.791)


  • Charlie Dryden, Dryden/Georno
  • Greg Hardy, Dryden/Georno
  • Wayne Lathum, Dryden/Georno
  • Dewey Fussell, Dryden/Georno
  • John Beasley, Dryden/Georno
  • Kevin Darden, Dryden/Georno
  • Rick Wiggins, Dryden/Georno
  • Brian Ellinghausen, K&G Sports/IPC
  • David Randolph, K&G Sports/IPC
  • Monte McCrory, K&G Sports/IPC
  • Jim Osterling, K&G Sports/IPC
  • Phil White, Nanney’s School Supply
  • Keith Burress, Nanney’s School Supply
  • Dennis Pierce, RAM Engineering
  • David Pohlman, RAM Engineering
  • Dave Martin, Gangl Jewelers
  • Chuck Atha, Louie’s Sports Bar


1. Dryden/Georno, Newport News, VA (6-0)
2. K&G Sports/IPS, Brownstown, IN (4-2)
3. RAM Engineering, Louisville, KY (4-2)
4. Nanney’s School Supply, Greenville, SC (4-2)
5t. Louie’s Sports Bar, Cincinnati, OH (4-2)
5t. Gangl Jewelers, Cincinnati, OH (5-2)
7t. Queen City Auggies, West Chester, OH (3-2)
7t. Ditt’s Liquor, Indianapolis, IN (3-2)
9t. Beavers Bud Dry, Springfield, IL (2-2)
9t. Lee-Roy’s Frame Co, Claremont, NC (3-2)
9t. McDonald’s, Washington Court House, OH (2-2)
9t. Barnhill Construction, Evansville, IN (2-2)
13t. Worth Astros, Indianapolis, IN (1-2)
13t. DeClaire Insurance, Sardinia, OH (1-2)
13t. SDS Contracting, Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
13t. Aqua Science, Columbus, OH (2-2)
17t. Beechmont Billiards, Cincinnati, OH (1-2)
17t. Undercover Wear, Wilminton, OH (1-2)
17t. Local #265, Cincinnati, OH (1-2)
17t. Performance Plus, Cincinnati, OH (0-2)
17t. Fry Fastening, Cincinnati, OH (0-2)
17t. R.C. Cola, Middletown, OH (0-2)
17t. Marystown Thunder, Knoxville, TN (0-2)
17t. Troy Sports, Troy, OH (0-2)
25t. Tanks Video, Beech Grove, IN (0-2)
25t. Cutting Edge, Cincinnati, OH (0-2)
25t. St. Paul’s Café, Oceanside, NY (0-2)

1999 NSA Men’s Super Slow Pitch World Series

1999 held at Fort Wayne, Indiana

Champion – R&D/Easton, Lima, Ohio
Runner Up – Dan Smith/Wessell/Backstop/Worth, San Jose, California

  • MVP – David Hood, R&D/Easton – (11-15, 733, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs)
  • Defensive MVP – Scott Striebel, Dan Smith/Worth
  • Offensive MVP – Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/Worth (21-30, ,700, 10 HRs)
  • HR Leader – Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/ (21-30, 700) –10
  • Batting Leader – Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (15-19, 4 HRs, 13 RBIs) – .789


  • David Hood, R&D/Easton (11-15, .733, 6 HR, 14 RBI)
  • Billy Byrd, R&D/Easton (9-15, .600, 1 HR, 7 RBI)
  • Keith Brockman, R&D/Easton 12-16, .750, 4 HR, 9 RBI)
  • Brian Hood, R&D/Easton (6-8, .750, 4 RBI)
  • Randy Kortokrax, R&D/Easton (13-19, .684, 5 HR, 10 RBI)
  • Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/Worth (21-30, .700, 10 HR)
  • Scott Striebel, Dan Smith/Worth (17-25, .680, 2 HR)
  • Paul Drilling, Dan Smith/Worth (17-23, .739)
  • Dennis Mendoza, Dan Smith/Worth (17-24, .708)
  • Al Davis, Dan Smith/Worth (17-28, .607, 6 HR)
  • Mike Shenk, Team Easton (12-21, .571, 9 HR, 17 RBI)
  • Johnny McCraw, Team Easton (11-19, .479, 4 HR, 11 RBI)
  • Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (15-19, .789, 4 HR, 13 RBI)


  • Jim Burbrink, Hague/Resmondo (9-12, .750, 3 RBI)
  • Shane Dubose, Hague/Resmondo (22-30, .733, 2 HR, 11 RBI)
  • Dennis Mendoza, Dan Smith/Worth (16-22, .727)
  • Doug Kissane, Team TPS (12-17, .706, 1 HR, 7 RBI)
  • Todd Joerling, Team Easton (14-20, .700, 3 HR, 10 RBI)
  • Scott Striebel, Dan Smith/Worth (17-25, .680, 2 HR)
  • Robbie Ergle, Dan Smith/Worth (19-28, .679, 3 HR)
  • Tim Cocco, Hague/Resmondo (20-30, .667, 13 RBI)
  • Dennis Turner, Hague/Resmondo (18-27, .667, 1 HR, 18 RBI)
  • Hank Garris, Team TPS (10-15, .667, 2 HR, 8 RBI)
  • Larry Fredieu, Team Easton (8-12, .667, 3 HR, 6 RBI)
  • Ron Parnell, Team Easton (11-17, .647, 3 HR, 5 RBI)
  • Carl Rose, Dan Smith/Worth (19-30, .633, 5 HR)
  • Dale Sensenig, Hague/Resmondo (17-27, .630, 2 HR, 15 RBI)
  • Jimmy Devine, R&D/Easton (13-21, .619, 4 HR, 12 RBI)
  • Jeff Hall, Team Easton (13-21, .619, 5 HR, 12 RBI)
  • Darrell Beeler, Team Easton (13-21, .619, 4 HR, 14 RBI)
  • Paul Brannon, Hague/Resmondo (17-29, .586, 3 HR 18 RBI)
  • Dewayne Nevitt, Team TPS (8-14, .571, 3 HR, 10 RBI)
  • JC Phelps, Team Easton (5-9, .556, 1 RBI)
  • Britt Hightower, R&D/Easton (11-20, .550, 1 HR, 5 RBI)
  • Lonnie Fox, R&D/Easton (10-18, .556, 5 RBI)
  • Rusty Bumgardner, Team TPS (10-18, .556, 3 HR, 10 RBI)
  • Randall Boone, Team TPS (8-15, .533, 1 HR, 6 RBI)
  • Dan Houchin, R&D/Easton (9-17, .529, 3 HR, 7 RBI)
  • Tim Linson, Hague/Resmondo (14-28, .500, 2 HR, 14 RBI)
  • Greg Harding, Team Easton (8-16, .500, 4 HR, 7 RBI)
  • Dewayne Frizzell, Dan Smith/Worth (11-24, .458, 5 HR)
  • Brett Helmer, Team Easton (9-18, .444, 2 HR, 8 RBI)
  • John Mello, Team TPS (7-16, .438, 1 HR, 11 RBI)
  • Mark Creson, Dan Smith/Worth (10-23, .435, 1 HR)
  • Todd Martin, Team TPS (7-18, .389, 5 RBI)
  • Dal Beggs, Dan Smith/Worth (9-26, .346, 3 HR)
  • Jason Kendrick, Team TPS (5-15, .333, 1 HR, 7 RBI)
  • Dan Schuck, Team Easton (5-19, .263, 3 HR, 10 RBI)


1. R&D/Easton, Lima, OH (4-1)
2. Dan Smith/Wessell/Backstop/Worth, San Jose, CA (5-2)
3. Team Easton, Burlingame, CA (3-2)
4. Team TPS, Louisville, KY (2-2)
5t. Sunnyvale Valve/TPS, Sunnyvale, CA (4-2)
5t. Hague/Resmondo/TPS, Columbus, OH (3-2)
7t. JWM/Herb’s/TPS, Riverside, CA (1-2)
7t. W.W. Gay/TPS, Gainesville, FL (0-3)
7t. Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH (0-3)
7t. Universal Dome/Worth, Indiana (0-3)

2003 NSA Men’s C Super Worlds

2003 held at Cherry Park in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Champion – Royale Comfort, Stoney Point, North Carolina
Runner Up – Alternative Air/Jokers, Toms River, New Jersey

  • MVP – Tim Dameron, Royale Comfort
  • MVP – Ray Drayton, Alternative Air/Jokers
  • HR Champion – Andrew Pagano, Alternative Air/Jokers
  • Coaches Award – Shawn Hammer, Royale Comfort
  • Defensive Player Award – Wesley Jarret, Royale Comfort


  • Tommy East – Royale Comfort
  • Paul Dameron – Royale Comfort
  • Brad White – Royale Comfort
  • William Austin – Royale Comfort
  • Jason Lerman – Alternative Air/Jokers
  • Mike Kalinowski – Alternative Air/Jokers
  • Rock Crawford – Alternative Air/Jokers
  • Wayne Park – Don’s Boys
  • Greg Jones – Don’s Boys
  • Dan Novak – Canadian Club
  • Tony Mack – Russell’s Paint & Body
  • Brian Martin – Rock Hill Merchants


1. Royale Comfort, Stoney Point, NC (6-1)
2. Alternative Air/Jokers, Toms River, NJ (8-2)
3. Don’s Boys South, Boston, VA, (4-2)
4. Russell’s Paint & Body, Orlando, FL 6 2
5t. RH Merchants, Rock Hill, SC (3-2)
5t. Canadian Club, Chicago, IL (3-2)
7t. Club 185/American Legion, OH (4-2)
7t. Team Havoc, NJ (3-2)
9t. PNA/Meter’s, Marske, IN (3-2)
9t. GEM Construction, NC (2-2)
9t. Titan Sports/Towne Tavern, MA (4-2)
9t. Outsiders, NC (4-2)
13t. Grande Pointe Hammers, IL (3-2)
13t. Trojans, MD (3-2)
13t. NWSC, WA (2-2)
13t. CDS/Cash Advance, KY (2-2)
17t. Fatties Hoghead, MD (2-2)
17t. Monaco Ford, CT (1-2)
17t. CLC/Miken, NC (1-2)
17t. Charleston Moose/Tyler Trucking, Huntington, WV (1-2)
17t. HKA Enterprises, NC (1-2)
17t. Salty Dog/Diamond Blade, MD (1-2)
17t. Cavaliers, MI (1-2)
17t. Roy Hobbs, IL (1-2)
25t. Bob’s Bosox, IN (1-2)
25t. The Firm/Miken, VA (1-2)
25t. Panic, CA (0-2)
25t. Melons/, SC (0-2)
25t. Critters Dreams/Primetime, WI (0-2)
25t. TRS, PA (0-2)
25t. The Scene, Commack, NY (0-2)
25t. AP Gamblers, IL (0-2)
33t. Bencin Trucking, OH (0-2)
33t. Lima/American Legion, OH (0-2)
33t. Classic Coney/Perkins, MI (0-2)
33t. Hooded Frogs, IL (0-2)

2003 NSA Men’s B Super Worlds

2003 held at San Antonio, Texas.

Champion – Sports Center/Worth
Runner Up – Exterminators

  • TEAM Sportsmanship Award – Triple JB Transportation
  • Best Defensive Player – Rick Hoy, Exterminators
  • MVP – Cary Luke, Sports Center/Worth
  • Home Run Champion – Julio Salazar, Exterminators (10 HR)
  • Tournament Director – Lonnie O’Haver


Andrew Walton, Sports Center/Worth
Brooks Bryan, Sports Center/Worth
Shaw Cooper, Sports Center/Worth
Clay Hudson, Sports Center/Worth
Rene Lopez, Exterminators
Julio Salazar, Exterminators
Art Salas, Exterminators
Rick Hoy, Exterminators
Kraig Miller, Team Synergy by Easton
Chad Bragg, Team Synergy by Easton
Richard Cobb, Team Synergy by Easton
Bill Sahagian, KA Softball
Jamie Mackert, KA Softball
Larry Moore, Robke Sales/Reds/TPS
Ross Sannes, Tharaldson Enterprises
Duane McKinney, Sports Center/Worth, Manager of the Year


1. Sports Center/Worth (5-1)
2. Exterminators (5-2)
3. Team Synergy By Easton (4-2)
4. KA Softball (6-2)
5t. Robke Sales/Reds/TPS (3-2)
5t. Tharldson Enterprise (2-2)
7t. Triple JB Transportation (3-2)
7t. County Sports (3-2)
9t. N.S.M. (2-2)
9t. Team Sensations (2-2)
9t. T.J. Lite (1-2)
9t. KC Trucking (1-2)
13t. Batters Choice/Mizuno (2-2)
13t. Big Apple Cafe/Mizuno (2-2)
13t. Aqua Blast/Hooters (1-2)
13t. Tirabassi (1-2)
17t. Equity Financial (1-2)
17t. Cash Plus Pawn/Mizuno (1-2)
17t. Hit and Run (0-2)
17t. Trees on the Move/Uptown (0-2)
17t. Webworks/Kritzman (0-2)
17t. Columbia Heat/Mizuno (0-2)
17t. Redhuht/Pig Sooie (0-2)
17t. Kaos/Creative Design (0-2)

1999 NSA C Men’s Slow Pitch Super Worlds

1999 held at Kissimmee, Florida

Champion – T.J. Lite, Glen Burnie, Maryland
Runner Up – Nutter Mortgage, Kansas City, Missouri

T.J. Lite of Dunkirk, Md., chalked up a 6-0 record to win the rain-marred 32-team NSA Super C Nationals at the Osceola County Softball Complex in Kissimmee, Fla. Nutter Mortgage of Kansas City was runner-up, losing 11-10 in the championship game when Earl Harris hit a leadoff home run in the bottom of the eighth inning. Harris wound up getting the MVP award He went 12-for-21 with 2 HRs. Brad Kolczyk went 17-for-22 with 2 HRs and Dave White 16-24. Nutter had lost to the Maryland club 26-22 in the finals of the winners bracket earlier Sunday. Nutter grabbed an 8-7 lead in the top of the sixth when Rodell Ridenhaur hit an inside-the-park home run with one on. T.J. Lite right fielder John Boice ran into the fence on the play, and had to be taken to the hospital via an ambulance. Nutter notched two more runs in the inning for a 10-7 lead. Bob Van Schoelandt, Buddy Johnson and Jon Rutledge had hits, the last one with 2 outs. Darin Clauder made a catch in right center to hold Lite off in the bottom of the seventh. Mike Ellis, Butch Reed and Scott McInergey had hits for one run. After a sac and an RBI hit by Kevin Keeter tied the game, Dave White was walked intentionally and Greg Rush hit one hard and long to right. Clauder fought it, but caught it while falling down. Hurricane spurred rain fell most of Saturday. The sun broke through for a rain-free Sunday. T.J. Lite was a 26-22 winner over Nutter in the finals of the winners bracket. It was 6-2 after one and 10-7 after two. Nutter drew a blank in the top of the third, but so did Lite. Then Lite outscored Nutter 9-2 in the fourth. Scott McInerey, Toby Durnbaugh and Earl Harris tripled and Shane Kolczy homered.Harris later homered and he also had two triples. Larry Adams added a home run. Leadoff man Butch Reed had two triples, a single and a walk. Durnbaugh and Greg Rush each had 4 hits, while Kolczyk had two hits and two walks. Jeff Smith, Darrin Clauder (twice), Jon Rutledge and Brett O’Donnell homered for Nutter. Rutledge had 4 hits. Nutter had 5-5-3 over the last 3 innings, but Lite held onto the lead with 4 in the bottom of the fifth and 3 in the bottom of the sixth. T.J. Lite’s semifinal winners bracket win of 24-14 over M&M; of Miami, with veteran J.C. Batista in the infield, was a key one. Lite jumped ahead 10-4, then after M&M; tied it, Lite went zip, then hit for 14 big runs in the top of the fifth to win by the run rule. John Boice Jr., Brad Kolczyk, Mike Ellis, Larry Adams and Butch Reed each had 2 hits in the big inning. Ellis and Greg Rush had homers. Dave White had 2 hits and 2 walks for the winners. Batista had a double and walk in 4 at-bats while hitting in the leadoff spot for M&M.; Shane Bowell and Alex Ravelo homered. Another key win for the Maryland club was 17-15 over another Florida team, Orange Lake/Mizuno of Orlando. The local team led 6-1 after one inning. The Maryland team battled back and led 17-12 after 7 runs in the bottom of the sixth. Greg Rush capped the big inning with a home run. Kevin Keeler had a triple. Mike Ellis had a homer in the second inning. David Marlette and Charlie Miller homered in the first for Orange Lake. Dave White and John Boice Jr. eadh had 3 hits for Lite. Alan Tanner had a 3-runner to lift M&M; ahead of Gianni’s/Worth of Maryland 13-12 in the sixth. Jerry Duran added another 3-runner later in the inning. Batista made two plays in the bottom of the seventh, including starting a game-ending double play (with shortstop Ricky Macias). Final score: 17-12. Orange Lake had to squeeze past American Sports Wear of Minnesota 23-17. Orange Lake scored 6 runs in the top of the seventh after American left the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth. American would have won as the time limit had expired. A home run by Mike Hilgar capped the top of the seventh for Orange Lake. M&M; outlasted Orange Lake 17-15 in a duel of Florida powers. Home runs by Shane Bowell and Ricky Macias accounted for 6 runs for M&M; in the bottom of the fifth after Orange Lake owned a 10-9 lead. Orange Lake pushed across 5 runs in the top of the seventh as David Marlette hit a long home run, but a nifty play by second baseman J.C Batista got the last out with 2 men on. Alex Jimenez and Chris Wilson also homered for M&M.; Batista and Jerry Duran each had 3 hits. Charlie Miller had 4 hits and Richie Cobb and Larry Hingle 3 each for Orange Lake. Orange Lake won the ISA, with Southern third, while Southern won the ASA, with Orange Lake second. Southern, which won a couple of Class A crowns two years ago, dropped out of this tournament when the hurricane went through Fort Lauderdale on Friday night. Nutter broke loose for 14 runs in the top of the seventh to oust M&M; 36-18. It was 22-15 going into the inning. Mike Matter had 2 hits in the inning, including a home run. He was 0-for-3 before getting a hit when Nutter scored 6 in the sixth. Nutter led 16-12 at that point. Tony Kolarik had five hits, including 3 HRs, for Nutter. Ron Lipps and Jeff Smith each had 4 hits. That’s 14 hits between the first three batters in the Nutter lineup. And the fourth batter, Darrin Clauder, went 6-for-6, including a home run. Named to the all-tournament team were Charlie Miller of Orange Lake, Shane Bowell and Lino Alvarez of M&M;, Jon Rutledge, Tony Kolarik and Jason Smith from Nutter, Brad Kolczyk, Earl Harris, Butch Reed and Dave White from T.J. Lite. Rutledge of Nutter was the offensive MVP. He went 18-for-21. Kolczyk was the defensive MVP. Going into the final game, T.J. Lite had Brad Kolczyk 16-for-19 and Dave White 15-20. Butch Reed was 14-22 and Greg Rush 13-19. Troy Durnbaugh was 12-20, Earl Harris 10-19 and Butch Reed 12-21. Rush and Mike Ellis each had 2 homers, Earl Harris, Larry Adams and Kolczyk 1 each. Gianni’s/Worth dealt both losses to the Baytown Aces of Texas — 15-3 and 12-2.


1. T.J. Lite, MD (6-0)
2. Nutter Mortgage, MO (6-2)
3. M&M, FL (5-2)
4. Orange Lake/Mizuno, FL (5-2)
5t. American Sportswear, North St. Paul, MN (3-2)
5t. Gianni’s/Worth, MD (5-2)
7t. Baytown Aces, Baytown, TX (3-2)
7t. Extreme, NC,  (3-2)
9t. Southside, KY (2-2)
9t. Auto Design, IN (3-2)
9t. Madmen, MD (3-2)
9t. Airport Tanning, Providence, RI (3-2)
13t. Taylor, Elkton, MD (2-2)
13t. Kuykendall’s, CA (2-2)
13t. Love Construction, WA (2-2)
13t. Warm Trucking, Waterloo, IA (2-2)
17t. Team Worth, CA (1-2)
17t. Hackers, KY (1-2)
17t. Larsen, NV (1-2)
17t. Trump Yankees, MD (1-2)
17t. 12 Gauge, CA (1-2)
17t. Marc Anthony, FL (1-2)
17t. Perkins, MI (1-2)
17t. Team Rawlings, CA (1-2)
25t. Liners, AZ (0-2)
25t. Peterson, WA (0-2)
25t. Calvert, TX (0-2)
25t. Seadogs, FL (0-2)
25t. The Valley, WA (0-2)

No shows

Thermco/Sports Center (RI)
Southern (FL)
AA&W; (FL)


American Sportswear (Minn.) 18, 12 Gauge (Calif.) 5
Gianni’s/Worth (Md.) 10, Seadogs (Fla.) 5
Baytown Aces (Texas) 20, Marc Anthony (Fla.) 18
Taylor (Md.) 29, The Valley (Wash.) 14
Orange Lake/Mizuno (Fla.) forfeit over Thermco/Sports Center (R.I.)
Southside (Ky.) forfeit over Southern (Fla.)
Nutter (Mo.) forfeit over AA&W; (Fla.)
Madmen (Md.) 13, Team Worth (Calif.) 3
Kuydendall (Calif.) 18, Warm Trucking (Iowa) 8
Larsen (Nev.) 10, Airport Tanning (R.I.) 7
Extreme (N.C.) 29, Calvert (Texas) 18
Perkins (Mich.) 28, Peterson (Wash.) 14
M&M; (Fla.) 20, Auto Design (Ind.) 16
T.J. Lite (Md.) 7, Liners (Ariz.) 4
Love (Wash.) 14, Hacker’s (Ky.) 12
American Sportswear 15, Gianni’s/Worth 3
Baytown Aces 27, Taylor 25
Southside 20, Larsen 19
Nutter def. Kuykendall’s
Orange Lake 22, Madmen 19
T.J. Lite 10, Love 3
M&M; 23, Perkins 18
Extreme 23, Team Rawlings 10
M&M; 15, Extreme 13
T.J. Lite 17, Orange Lake 15
Nutter 11, Southside 2
American Sportswear 23, Baytown Aces 6
Nutter 15, American Sportswear 5
T.J. Lite 24, M&M; 14
T.J. Lite 26, Nutter 22


12 Gauge 24, Seadogs 13
Airport Tanning forfeit over Southern
Warm Trucking forfeit over AA&W;
Team Worth forfeit over Thermco
Hackers 12, Liners 9
Auto Design 14, Peterson 4
Auto Design 20, Larsen 10
Trump Yankees 13, Calvert 9
Madmen 23, 12 Gauge 22, 8 innings
Marc Anthony 29, The Valley 18
Airport Tanning 8, Perkins 7
Warm Trucking 24, Team Rawlings 14
Gianni’s 17, Team Worth 16
Gianni’s/Worth 19, Southside 18
Baytown Aces 16, Auto Design 15
Extreme 15, Love 13
Orange Lake/Mizuno 23, Airport Tanning 13
Airport Tanning 17, Warm Trucking 7
Love 19, Madmen 2
Gianni’s/Worth 12, Baytown Aces 2
Orange Lake/Mizuno 3, Extreme 1
M&M; 17, Gianni’s/Worth 12
M&M; 17, Orange Lake 15
Nutter 36, M&M; 18


T.J. Lite 11, Nutter 10, 8 innings

2018 NSA Men’s Slow Pitch Elite Super Worlds

2018 held at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on September 28-30.

The following is a list of teams entered, no tournament results have been made available.

1. Lewis Lawn Service
2. Haymark/Worsham
3. Carolina Elite/Haymark2
4. Baugh Ford/Pure Sports/Kincaid Sports
5. Cookies/Terry’s/Louisville Slugger

2017 NSA Elite Super Worlds

2017 held at Komomo, Indiana on September 8 – 10.

Champion – TJ21 Media Group, South Bend, IN
Runner Up – Maroadi Transfer, Pittsburgh, PA


1. TJ21 Media Group, South Bend, IN (3-0)
2. Maroadi Transfer, Pittsburgh, PA (1-3)
3. P&P 333/CMT/Clutch/Koval, MI (1-2)

2013 NSA Platinum Super Worlds

2013 held at Warsaw, Indiana on August 3-4.

Champion – Bubba’s Excavating/DLB, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Runner Up – P&P 333/Suburban/Larry’s Tire/CMT/Mojo/Easton, Lansing, Michigan


1. Bubba’s Excavating/DLB, Kenosha, WI (6-1)
2. P&P 333/Suburban/Larry’s Tire/CMT/Mojo/Easton, Lansing, MI (3-2)
3. LCW/Turf Stars/Trunk Slappers, Greenfield, IN (2-2)
4., South Bend, IN (2-2)
5t. Precision Utilities Group, Fort Wayne, IN (0-2)
5t. Cedar Creek Softball, IN (0-2)
7. Honey Badgers/Addicted/DeMarini, Muskegon, MI (0-2)

2010 NSA Men’s Open Slow Pitch Super Worlds

2010 held at Cookeville, Tennessee on September 10.

Champion – K&G/Red’s Boys/Astros/Sports Den/Belly’s/TPS, Columbus, Ohio
Runner Up – Sports PT/DLB, Kenosha, Wisconsin

FINAL STANDINGS (no records, just top 3 in standings)

1. K&G/Red’s Boys/Astros/Sports Den/Belly’s/TPS, Columbus, OH
2. Sports PT/DLB, Kenosha, WI
3. CA/Construct-All, Murfreesboro, TN

Other teams entered.

– Players Warehouse/TPS, Mt. Washington, KY
– JG Mullins Construction, Knoxville, TN
– Pro Built Homes/S9 Sports, Cleveland, TN
– Art Explosion/Drash, Fort Walton Beach, FL
– RBI/Construct-All, Murfreesboro, TN
– Havoc/Stoneville/SPSS, Nashville, TN
– Jonesboro Select, Jonesboro, TN
– Kentucky Steel/Rip It, Lexington, KY (B)
– Rock Fitness
– BGO/Slick Pig
– Gorillas, St. Louis, MO (B)

2008 NSA Elite Super Worlds

In 2008 NSA changed the format of the class A and tried to make an Elite World Series. Then NSA tried an Open World Series. There was no National Elite Championship in 2008. The final NSA Rankings for the Elite teams were:

1. Long Haul/Miken/Phonemasters, Albertville, MN
2. Jean Shoppe/Team Easton, Florence, KY
3. TCP/Easton, New London, IA
4. Team Mojo/Creative Stucco/Worth, Columbus, OH
5. TaylorMade/Floyd Environmental/Mizuno VA
6. Berties/Hub City Glass/Easton KY
7. B&C/Miken/Thorton’s/Boombah KY
8. Spitz/Central/Mizuno, Mt. Washington, KY

There were 4 Elite NITs held, the biggest one was the Thoroughbred Classic Elite NIT – Lexington, KY

1. Long Haul/Phonemasters/Miken, Albertville, MN 5-0 (Elite)
2. Jean Shoppe/Easton, McKenzie, TN 6-2 (Elite)
3. Berties/Hub City Glass/Easton, Elizabethtown, KY 2-2 (B)
4. B&C/Miken/Thorton’s/Boombah, Edmonton, KY 3-2 (B)
5t. Mojo/Creative Stucco/Worth, Columbus, OH 2-2 (Elite)
7t. Softball Times, Lexington, KY 2-2 (B)
7t. Spitz/Central/Mizuno, Mt. Washington, KY 2-2 (Elite)

*Six more teams participated all they were all class B or C.