USSSA Women’s Major World Series (1969 – present)

1969 @ Pittsburgh, PA
Hi-Landers, Louisville, KY ——————————- East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA
The East End Debs forced the final game by edging out the undefeated Hi-Landers by a 3-2 score. The Championship game was a 5-0 shutout victory for the Louisville squad. Both teams defeated such outstanding teams as the Louisville FOP Majorettes, Toledo Misfits and the Pittsburgh Orioles. There was no information listed on an All World Team.  Just a MVP was named.

MVP – Janet Childress, Hi-Landers
Batting Leader – not listed
HR Leader – not listed

1969 All World Team
– none selected

Standings (top-4) – 10 teams total
1. Hi-Landers, Louisville, KY
2. East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA
3. Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA
4. FOP Majorettes, Louisville, KY
Toledo Misfit Girls, Toledo, OH
Muxworthy’s Ski Haus, Rochester, NY
Huntz Tavern, Pittsburgh, PA
Ducker Girls, Cincinnati, OH
Georgetown Village, Toledo, OH
Finkleman Furniture Girls, Cincinnati, OH


1970 @ Louisville, KY
East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA (24-4) ——————————- Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA
The Debs beat Orioles twice behind the pitching of Mary Jane Magel. The Debs had to defeat the Louisville Saints 3-1, the Louisville Roadrunners 3-2 and then defeat the Orioles in the first final 2-1. In the final Championship game, Magel once again spun her magic and led the Debs to the championship via a 5-1 win.

MVP – Sue Stead, Debs
Batting Leader – not listed
HR Leader – not listed

1970 All World Team
P – Mary Jane Magel, Debs
C – Becky Stevenson, Orioles
IF – Maureen Nolan, Debs
IF – Bonnie Perella, Debs
IF – Sue Stead, Debs
IF – Debbie Cecerie, Debs
IF – Carliss Bivens, Saints
OF – Shirley Bowens, Muxworthys
OF – Sandy Baird, Roadrunners
OF – Barb Munch, Oregon Girls

Standings (top-6) – 15 teams entered
1. East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA 5-0
2. Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA 4-2
3. Saints and Sinners, Louisville, KY
4. Roadrunners, Louisville, KY
5. Muxworthy’s Ski Haus, Rochester, NY
6. Oregon Girls, Toledo, OH
Baierl Chevrolet, Pittsburgh
Hi-Landers, Louisville, KY
FOP Majorettes, Louisville
Penn Hills, Pittsburgh, PA
Toledo Aamcoettes, Toledo, OH
Cabbage Patch, Louisville
Toledo B&H, Toledo, OH
Wisconsin Merchants, Milwaukee, WI
Messmer Girls, Henrietta (Rochester), NY


1971 @ Petersburg, VA
East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA (52-6) ——————————- Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA
Jeri Reidel of the Debs hurled a 9-0 shutout over the Pittsburgh Orioles to win the Championship. The Orioles managed just six hits off Reidel. She helped her own cause by going 3-4 and scoring 2 runs herself. Reidel pitched all the games for the Debs and went 5-0, allowing just 6 runs in those 5 games. It was a Pittsburgh affair as the Orioles had to beat Pittsburgh Baierl Chevrolet in the losers bracket final to reach the Debs. Pittsburgh teams finished 1, 2, 3 and 5. Georgetown Village of Ohio was 4th and Penn Hills of Pittsburgh was 5th. 22 teams entered this event, making it the largest Women’s World Championship to date. 5 of the teams were from PA. 4 were from KY, NY and VA. 2 from Maryland, while 1 each from OH, IN and NC.

MVP – Jeri Riedel, East End Debs (allowed 6 runs in 5 games)
Batting Leaders – Jeri Riedel, East End Debs
Batting Leaders – Janet Schmidt, East End Debs
HR Leader – Dottie Galligan, Indiana Majorettes – 3 HRs

1971 All World Team
P – Jeri Reidel, Debs (3-4 in final)
P – Olivia Jones, Orioles (0-3 in final)
C – Sue Anderson, Debs (2-4 in final)
C – Pat Miller, Baierl Chevrolet
1B – Sue Dixon, Orioles (1-3 in final)
2B – Jan Kasnevica, Baierl Chevrolet
3B – Bonnie Perella, Debs (2-4 in final)
SS – Debbie Cecerie, Orioles (1-2 in final)
SS – Dottie Galligan, Indiana Majorettes
SF – Debbie Lesesne, Orioles (0-3 in final)
OF – Janet Schmitt, Debs (3-4 in final)
OF – Jody Manore, Georgetown
OF – Jean Deliman, Baierl Chevrolet
Manager – James Reidel, Debs

Standings (top-5) – 22 teams total
1. East End Debs, Pittsburgh, PA 5-0
2. Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA 4-2
3. Baierl Chevrolet, Pittsburgh, PA 4-2
4. Georgetown Village, Toledo, OH 4-2
5. Penn Hill, Pittsburgh, PA 3-2


1972 @ Rochester, NY
Muxworthys Ski Haus, Rochester, NY (64-4) ——————————- Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA
Stan’s Auto was the big talk of this tournament. They came out of nowhere (actually New Castle, PA) and after winning their first game 19-2, lost 2nd round game to FOP Majorettes 4-3, then won 6 in a row outscoring their opponents 69-13 along the way, before being eliminated by the Pittsburgh Orioles by a 5-1 score. Orioles then beat Muxworthy 11-3 in the first final, setting up the winner take all game where Muxworthy prevailed 9-3. Pat Schmitt came into the tournament with an incredible season under her belt. She batted .507 and hit 21 Home Runs.  Muxwortthy’s was 5-1, The Orioles were 5-2, in third was Stan’s Auto at 7-2 and the Louisville Majorettes were fourth. There were 36 teams entered in this years event.

MVP – Jenny Bellavia, Muxworthy
Batting Leaders – ?
HR Leader – Veronica Funera, Stan’s Auto – 5 HRs

1972 All World Team (incomplete)
P – Carol Aselin, Muxworthy
P – Luann Grybowski, Stan’s Auto (7-2 pitching, gave up 23 runs in 9 games)
C – Pat Schmitt, Muxworthy (11-20, .550)
1B – Veronica Funera, Stan’s (20-36, .556, 5 HRs)
1B – Sue Dixon, Pittsburgh Orioles ???
2B – Linda Donofrio, Muxworthy
3B –
SS – Debbie Cecere, Pittsburgh Orioles ???
OF – Jenny Bellavia, Muxworthy
OF – Sharon Kowalski, Muxworthy
OF –
OF –
Manager – Duane McCoy, Muxworthy

OTHERS:
Lynn Runyon, Stan’s Auto (14-27, .519)

Standings (Top-5) – 36 teams totel
1. Muxworthy’s Ski Haus, Rochester, NY 6-1
2. Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA 5-2
3. Stan’s Auto, New Castle, PA 7-2 (100-11 record)
4. FOP Majorettes, Louisville, KY
5. Penn Hills, Pittsburgh, PA


1973 @ Colonial Heights, VA
Stan’s Auto Sales, New Castle, PA (120-8) ——————————- Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA
Orioles beat Stans 6-5 to force ‘if’ game, then Stans beat Orioles 2-1. Stan’s Pitcher, Luann Grybowski, Stan’s Auto gave up 10 runs in 7 games (with 2 shutouts) and won final 2-1. They defeated First National Bank of toledo in the winners bracket final, 3-0. There were 48 teams entered in this tournament. In a special not of interest, Carol Aselin, Muxworthy’s Pitcher, hurled a no-hitter against the Nor-Cal A’s, quite an achievement in Slow Pitch Softball. The Orioles were sent to the losers bracket on a 3-1 loss to Stan’s. They won four straight to the finals, including their win in the first final game, before being losing the Championship. Stan’s scored their winning run in the 4th inning of the final game. The game was tied at one each, Veronica Funera opened the inning up with a single, but was forced at second by a grounder by Karen Reinhard (she scored the first run for Stans when she singled and then later scored on a fielders choice off the bat of Terry Waters). After Mary West flied out, Reinhard advanced to third on Lynn Runyon’s single. Terry Waters then got a base hit to bring Reinhard in with the second and deciding run.

MVP – Terry Waters, Stans Auto (11-20, .550)
Batting Leader – Jackie Goff, Nor-Cal A’s (11-16) – .688
HR Leader – (Note – Nor-Cal A’s won the team HR Award, no info on personal numbers)

1973 All World Team
P – Luann Grybowski, Stan’s Auto
P – Jackie Storey, Pittsburgh Orioles
P – Carol Aselin, Muxworthy’s
C – Debbie Ringle, First National (8-19, .421)
1B – Veronica Funera, Stan’s Auto (10-26, .385)
2B – Mary West, Stan’s Auto (10-23, .435)
3B – Terry Waters, Stan’s Auto (11-20, .550)
SS – Bev Bunny Fajerski, Pittsburgh Orioles (16-28, .571)
OF – Vicki Millender, Pittsburgh Orioles (12-28, .428)
OF – Evelyn Abell, Loungettes (10-20, .500)
OF – Clare Mirehood, CT&O Yankees (11-23, .478)
OF – Jackie Goff, Nor-Cal A’s (11-16, .688)
Manager – Mike Sikofolis, Stan’s Auto

Standings (top-5) – 48 teams total
1. Stan’s Auto, New Castle, PA 6-1
2. Pittsburgh Orioles, Pittsburgh, PA 7-2
3. First National Bank, Toledo, OH 4-2
4. Muxworthy Ski Haus, Rochester, NY 4-2
5. Nor-Cal A’s, San Francisco, CA 6-2
6. CT &O Yankees, Loveland, OH  6-2


1974 @ Royal Oak, MI
Stans Auto Sales, New Castle, PA (68-13) ——————————- Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
Luann Grybowski led Stan’s Auto to an undefeated (6-0) run through the Worlds to repeat and win another championship. She pitched a 7-0 shutout over Muxworthy’s of Rochester in the winners bracket semi-final.  Linda Argal and Rita Belavic each had three hits in the game. Then defeated Beaumont 5-1. Grybowski’s bases loaded double in the 7th inning was the icing on the cake. . The last few innings were played in the rain. Stan’s sat undefeated, while Sorrento’s Pizza was to play the Loungettes of Louisville. That winner to then play Beaumont for the right to play Stan’s in the Championship.  The rains continued and the tournament was called off. Stan’s was awarded the title by being the only unbeaten team, Beaumont was awarded second place because they lost the winner’s bracket final. And Sorrento’s and Loungettes were tied for third. ,Second Basemen Mary West was named the Tournament MVP. Stan’s and Beaumont each placed three ladies on the All-World team.

MVP – Mary West, Stan’s Auto (11-23, .478)
Batting Leader – ?
HR Leader – ?

1974 All World Team (incomplete)
P – Luann Grybowski, Stan’s Auto (gave up only 7 runs in 6 games, with a shutout)
2B – Mary West, Stan’s Auto (.478)
3B – Linda Argal, Stan’s Auto
OF – Jenny Bellavia, Pace
OF – Evelyn Abell, Loungettes (12-25, .480)
no more info

OTHERS:
Patty Palmer, Red Shield (15-26, .577)
Jamie Wadell, Loungettes (12-22, .545)
Lou Wheeler, Loungettes (11-22, .500)

Standings (top-6) – 74 teams total
1. Stans Auto Sales, New Castle, PA 6-0
2. Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
3. Loungettes, Louisville, KY 6-1
3. Sorrento’s Pizza, Cincinnati, OH 5-1


1975 @ Southgate, MI
Real Estate One Stingers, Redford, MI ——————————- Enrico’s, Cincinnati, OH
Marilyn Cech held off the Enrico’s in the championship game and pitched the Real Estate Stingersto an 9-1 victory and the World Championship. Shirley Patterson pitched for Enricos. Cech surrendered 12 hits, but only 1 run. Sherry Crane was 4-4 in the Championship game. Cech helped her own cause with a 2-3 game. Six different players had at least 2 hits for the Stingers in the game.

MVP – Sherry Crane, Stingers (.619)
Batting Leader – Connie Carlson, Heales’ Mfg. – .667
HR Leader -Kimba Cornell, Washington (PA) Plastic – 3

1975 All World Team
P – Marilyn Cech, Real Estate One
C – Martha Kidd, Enricos (.563)
1B – Sherry Crane, Real Estate One (.619)
2B – Bev Beck, Enricos (.600)
3B – Ginny Belavia, Pace (.467)
SS – Supe Reidel, Real Estate One (.350)
OF – Pat Bryan, Kolesar, Ins. (.500)
OF – Kris Thompson, Enricos (.438)
OF – Bennie Jones, Kelly Tavern (.545)
OF – Connie Carlson, Heales Mfg. (.667)
UT – Evelyn Abell, Loungettes (.500)

Standings (top-6) – 35 teams total
1. Real Estate One Stingers, Redford, MI
2. Enrico’s, Cincinnati, OH
3. Pace Electronics, Rochester, NY
4. Kolesar Insurance, Louisville, KY
5. Kelley Tavern, Rochester, NY
6. Stan’s Auto, New Castle, PA  (68-6)


1976 @ Petersburg, VA
Sweeney’s Chevrolet, Cincinnati, OH (60-18) ——————————- Squirrel Hill Softball Club, Pittsburgh, PA
Sweeney’s came through the loser’s bracket to win five straight on the last day to capture the USSSA Worlds. They defeated Squirrel Hill from Pittsburgh 3-1 in 9 innings and then the final championship game 10-4.

MVP – Jenny Johnson, Sweeney’s (.556)
Batting Leader – Jenny Johnson, Sweeney’s – .556
HR Leader -Bev Bunny Fajerski,, Stan’s Auto – 1 (The only HR of the tournament)

1976 All World Team
P – Peg Carney, Sweeney’s
C – Jo Woods, Sweeney’s
1B – Donna Doellman, Avoca Park
2B – Donna Hodnick, Squirrel Hill
3B – Annette Johnson, Squirrel Hill
SS – Jenny Johnson, Sweeney’s
OF – Rita Belavic, Stan’s Auto
OF – Debbie Zarin, Squirrell Hill
OF – Bev Bunny Fajerski, Stan’s Auto
OF – Carmen King, Real Estate One
UT – Joyce Miller, Fred Hill Builders
UT – Debbie Scruggs, Associate Consumers
UT – Lynn Putman Gendron, Real Estate One

Standings (top-5) – 62 teams total
1. Sweeney’s Chevrolet, Cincinnati, OH
2. Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, PA (37-5)
3. Stan’s Auto, New Castle, PA (55-8)
4. Real Estate One Stingers, Redford, MI
5. Little Caesars, Detroit, MI


1977 @ Detroit, MI
Pace Electronics, Rochester, NY (77-20) ——————————- Real Estate One Stingers, Redford, MI (58-14)
Pace Electronics won 7 straight games to capture the USSSA World Championship. The Stingers jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but Pace fought back. Finally in the bottom of the 7th inning, Doris Chance drove in Mary Ellen Burt with the winning run in the final game to come out on top 8-7. Stan’s Auto, a team that has finished in the top 5 since 1972 was eliminated and finished in 10th place. They had a 59-11 record on the season and since 1972, they have been 465-57 with 2 World Series titles, 2 third place finishes, a fourth and now a tenth.

MVP – Kim Perkins, Pace Electronics (.535)
Batting Leader –
HR Leader –

1977 All World Team
P – Mary Ellen Ford, Pace Electronics
C – Pat Schmitt, Pace Electronics
1B – Sherry Albrecht, Real Estate One
2B – Nancy Izzy Forrester, Little Caesars
3B – Kim Malcolm, Pace Electronics
SS – Jenny Johnson, Sweeney’s
OF – Kim Perkins, Pace Electronics
OF – Julie Swartout, Real Estate One
OF – Carman King, Real Estate One
UT – Glenis Hester, Getz
UT – Pam Leonard, East Tennessee Mills
UT – Alice Kennedy, Kirkman Concrete
UT – Peggy Michelin, Sweeney’s
Manager – Duane McCoy, Pace

Standings (top-7) – 58 teams
1. Pace Electronics, Rochester, NY 7-0
2. Real Estate One, Detroit, MI
3. Little Caesars, Detroit, MI
4. Sweeney Chevrolet, Cincinnati, OH
5. Kirkman Concrete, Ashville, NC
6. East Tennessee Mills, Johnson City, TN
7. Stan’s Auto, New Castle, PA  (68-6)


1978 @ Southgate, MI
Little Ceasar’s, Detroit, MI ——————————- Pace Electronics, Rochester, NY (47-17 prior to World)
All Pace had to do is win one game to repeat their World Championship from 1977.  Sometimes things don’t go to plan as Little Caesars won the first final 15-11 behind 8 errors by Pace to send the tournament to the deciding game. And Little Caesars won 4-2 on a two out bad hop single in the 7th inning that plated the winning runs.

MVP – Carolyn Kavalauskus, Little Ceasar’s
Batting Leader –
HR Leader –

1978 All World Team (incomplete)
Carolyn Kavalauskus, Little Ceasar’s
P – 
C –
1B –
2B –
3B –
SS –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
UT –
UT –

Standings (incomplete)
1. Little Ceasar’s, Detroit, MI
2. Pace Electronics, Rochester, NY
3. ?
4. ?
? All Sports Uniforms, Detroit, MI
Columbus Roadrunners, Columbus, OH
Proitti’s, Rochester, NY


1979 @ Petersburg, VA
Little Ceasar’s, Detroit, MI ——————————- Fox Valley Lassies, St. Charles, IL
Little Caesars went undefeated and beat Fox Valley 8-0 in the championship game. The tournament was plagued by rain and rising flood waters.

MVP – Izzy Forester, Little Ceasar’s
Batting Leader –
HR Leader –

1979 All World Team
P – Marcia Lackowski, Little Caesars
P – Sally Worden, East Tennessee Mills
C – Vel Seldon, Fox Valley Lassies
1B – Jackie Huggins, Taylor Sports Stingers
1B – Helen Biddle, Fox Valley Lassies
2B – Amy Gierak, Taylor Sports Stingers
2B – Mo Morrisrow, Little Ceasar’s
3B – Patty Rendine, Little Ceasar’s
SS – Pan Rendine, Little Ceasar’s
SS – Charlotte Dent, East Tennessee Mills
OF – Marcia Stark, Kentucky Fried Chicken
OF – Nancy Izzy Forrester, Little Caesars
OF – Irene Dill, Springfield Robinettes
OF – Dottie Davis, Little Caesars
OF – Jackie Cresco, Fox Valley Lassies
OF – Susan Slade, East Tennessee Mills
Manager – Mike Rendine, Little Caesars

Standings (top-4) – 86 teams total
1. Little Ceasar’s, Detroit, MI 6-0
2. Fox Valley Lassies, Champaign, IL
3. East Tennessee Mills, Johnson City, TN
4. Taylor Sporting Goods Stingers, Taylor, MI


1980 @ Kinston, NC
Taylor Sporting Goods Stingers, Taylor, MI ——————————- Wintonaire Restaurant, Rochester, NY
A bases loaded walk in the top half of the 7th inning with 2 outs was all it took for Taylor’s Sporting Goods to come out on top of the Championship game 9-8. Wendy Bolton walked Sue Pulji to force in the deciding run. The Rochester squad could not tie the game in the bottom of the 7th.

MVP – Lynn Putham, Taylor Sports (.739)
Batting Leader – Lynn Putham Gendron, Taylor Sports – .739
HR Leader –

1980 All World Team
P – Deb Keller, Fox Valley Lassies
C – Linda McCoy, Wintonaire
C – Jo Sauve, Fox Valley Lassies
1B – Jackie Huggins, Taylor Sporting Goods
1B – Liz Bush, Wintonaire
2B – Robin Wesselman, Ohio Rockettes
2B – Sue Reidel, Taylor Sporting Goods
3B – Cindy Martin, Wintonaire
SS – Denise Leary, Wintonaire
SS – Kim Reddington, Louisville Tams
OF – Patty Silya, Taylor Sporting Goods
OF – Nancy Gumtow, Taylor Sporting Goods
OF – Lynn Putnam, Taylor Sporting Goods
OF – Gail Lester, Ohio Rockettes
OF – Diane Keane, Ohio Rockettes
OF – Helen Biddle, Fox Valley Lassies
OF – Leilani Yopp, Green Machine
Manager – Al Campbell, Taylor Sporting Goods

Standings (top-4) – 92 teams total
1. Taylor Sporting Goods Stingers, Taylor, MI
2. Wintonaire Restaurant, Rochester, NY
3. Fox Valley Lassies, Champaign, IL
4. Ohio Rockettes, Columbus, OH


1981 @ Hutchinson, KS
Virginia Belles, Chesterfield, VA ——————————- Stroh’s Fox Valley Lassies, St. Charles, IL

TBD

MVP – Jeri Haynes, Virginia Belles (1 HR)
Batting Leader –
HR Leaders – Patti Silye, Little Caesars – 2 HRs
HR Leaders – Carmen King, Little Caesars – 2 HRs
Defensive MVP – Mary Stark, Fox Valley

1981 All World Team (incomplete)
Jeri Haynes, Virginia Belles
Mary Stark, Fox Valley
Patti Silye, Little Caesars
Carmen King, Little Caesars

Standings (incomplete
1. Virginia Belles, Chesterfield, VA
2. Stroh’s Fox Valley Lassies
3. Little Ceasars, Detroit, MI
4. Sweeney Chevrolet, Cincinnati, OH


1982 @ Satellite Beach, FL
Lady Comets, Satellite Beach, FL (35-6) ——————————- Famous Recipe, Cincinnati, OH
In the Championship game, the Lady Comets fell behind 2-0 before a second inning outburst sent 12 batters to the plate scoring 8 runs, capped by long home runs by Martha Litz and Stephanie Hines. Earlier, the Lady Comets defeated the Cincinnati girls 11-10 in the winners bracket final. Hines hit 2 HRs in that game, while Litz hit one also. Little Caesars won 8 straight in the losers bracket before being eliminated by the Wooden Nickel. Famous Recipe, after the loss to the Lady Comets defeated the Wooden Nickel in the losers bracket final.

MVP – Martha Litz, Comets (.520, 2 HRs)
Batting Leader – Jan Deters, Famous Recipe
HR Leader – Patti Silye, Little Caesars – 7 HRs
Defensive MVP – Carol Sullivan, Lady Comets

1982 All World Team
P – Linda Boyle, Lady Comets
C – Sonya Cook, Lady Comets
SS – Carol Sullivan, Lady Comets
IF – Kathy Ober, Famous Recipe
IF – Martha Litz, Lady Comets
IF – Sue Clark, Lady Comets
OF – Stephanie Hines, Lady Comets (.571, 3 HRs)
OF – Velma Lehman, Famous Recipe
OF – Jan Deters, Famous Recipe
OF – Lynn Putnam, Little Caesars
Manager – Judy Hedgecock, Lady Comets

Standings (top-4) – 69 teams total
1. Lady Comets, Satellite Beach, FL
2. Famous Recipe, Cincinnati, OH
3. Wooden Nickel, Kinston, NC
4. Little Caesars, Detroit, MI


1983 @ Omaha, NE
Little Ceasar’s, Detroit, MI (76-6) ——————————- Sunshiners, Jacksonville, FL
Little Caesars came back through the losers bracket to beat the Sunshiners in both Championship games. The scores were 16-1 and 15-7. Caesars eliminated both 3rd place Huntel Systems and 4th place Famous Recipe to capture the title.

MVP – Patti Silye, Little Caesars (21-30, .700, 9 HRs, .25 RBIs)
Batting Leader – Linda Dutton, Huntel Systems – .740
HR Leader – Patti Silye, Little Caesars – 9
Defensive MVP – Leslie Hagen, Sunshiners

1983 All World Team
P – Tish Miller, Little Caesars
C – Jill Stenwall, Huntel Systems
1B – Jackie Huggins, Little Caesars
2B – Mary Crechiolo, Little Caesars
3B – Pam Patrus, Famous Recipe
SS – Patti Silya, Little Caesars
OF – Lynn Putnam, Little Caesars
OF – Carmen King, Little Caesars
OF – Mary Hoisser, Avanti
OF – Carlita Raulerson, Sunshiners
OF – Ellie Stoder, Huntel Systems
OF – Jan Deters, Famous Recipe
UT –  Leslie Hagen, Sunshiners
UT – Debbie Bregler, Sunshiners
Manager – Al Campbell, Little Caesars

Standings (top-4)
1. Little Caesars, Detroit, MI
2. Sunshiners, Jacksonville, FL
3. Huntel Systems, Blair, NE
4. Famous Recipe, Cincinnati, OH


1984 @ Southgate, MI
Little Ceasar’s, Southfield, MI (74-5)——————————- Lady Comets, Satellite Beach, FL
Pitcher Brenda Beyer of Little Caesars left no doubt who the Outstanding Defensive player of the tournament would be as she shutout the powerful Lady Comets offense by twirling a 1-0 victory in the Championship game. Outfielder Dottie Davis was the Tournament MVP. This is the 4th World Championship for Al Campbell and his Little Caesars squad. They have been a powerhouse for over 10 years now. Thirdbaseman Linda Mueller is in her 11th year. She is one of only 4 womens inducted into the USSSA Hall of Fame. By her 500th game, she had already passed 1000 hits and she passed the 1500 hit mark thi sseason. First Basemen Jackie Huggins is a 4-time All World Player. Shortstop Patti Silya was a child prodigy who broke into Class-A ball at the age of 13. She ws the MVP last year as she hit a record 9 home runs for a Womens World Series. eleven year veteran Dottie Davis is the only remaining member of the original team from 1969. And to a player, Al Campbell is the greatest coach in USSSA Women’s Softball History. The team was sponsored by Beaumont Hospital and finished second in its first world series in 1974. Little Caesars took over the following year.

MVP – Dottie Davis, Little Caesars (13-23, .570, 2 HRs)
Batting Leader – Dottie Davis, Caesars – .570
HR Leader – Karen Foley, Chicagoans – 4
Defensive MVP – Brenda Beyer, Little Caesars

1984 All World Team
P – Brenda Beyer, Little Caesars
C – Jan Deters, Famous Recipe
EH – Diane Hotchrein, Precision Erecting
1B – Jackie Huggins, Little Caesars
2B – Mary Crechiollo, Little Caesars
3B – Mary Hoff, Lady Comets
SS – Carol Sullivan, Lady Comets
OF – Dottie Davie, Little Caesars
OF – Lynn Putnam, Little Caesars
OF -Tina May, Famous Recipe
OF – Anna (Clements) Goodnough, Lady Comets
OF -Tina Maglaya, Precision Erecting
UT – Linda Mueller, Little Caesars
UT -Pam Patrus, Famous Recipe
Manager – Al Campbell, Little Caesars

Standings (top-4)
1. Little Caesars, Detroit, MI
2. Lady Comets, Satellite Beach, FL
3. Famous Recipe, Cincinnati, OH
4. Precision Erecting, Kenosha, WI


1985 @ Concord, CA
Northside Knights of Columbus, Cincinnati, OH ——————————- Hustle/Silver Bullets, Richmond, CA
Northside Knights of Columbus had to beat undefeated Hustle/Silver Bullets twice to win the title. They sat and regrouped and went about their business winning 5-0 and then 9-4 behind the outstanding pitching of Brenda Ryan. to get to the finals on the last day, Northside beat Famous Recipe 4-1, Stingers 4-2 and Green Machine 4-0. It was no surprise tha Ryan was named the MVP. Two-Time defending champ, Little Caesars was eliminated by Famous Recipe of Cincinnati in the later rounds and finished 7th. Famous Recipe finished up 5th.

MVP – Brenda Ryan, Northside K of C
Batting Leader – Sue Gara, Northside – .750
HR Leader – Laura Fillipp, Hustle/Steele’s
Defensive MVP – ???

1985 All World Team
P – Brenda Ryan, Northside K of C
C – Rene Lindberg, Hustle/Silver Bullets
C – Linda Szefler, Stingers
2B – Rhonda Klette, Northside K of C
2B – Yvonne Arnold, Green Machine
2B – Carrie Johnson, Hustle/Silver Bullets
3B – Jane Shaffer, Stingers
IF – Janet Hunecke, Northside K of C
OF – Michelle Newton, Stingers
OF – Missy Merrell, Northside K of C
OF – Sharon McCormick, Northside K of C
OF – Linda Alder, Green Machine
OF – Lydia Yopp, Green Machine
OF – Denice Fogal, Hustle/Silver Bullets
OF – Jaynie Gordon, Hustle/Silver Bullets
OF – Jackie Munn, Hustle/Silver Bullets
Manager – Dick Goedde, Northside K of C

Standings (top-4)
1. Northside Knights of Columbus, Cincinnati, OH
2. Hustle/Silver Bullets, Richmond, CA
3. Green Machine, Richmond, CA
4. Stingers, Royal Oak, MI


1986 @ Petersburg, VA
Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH (72-13) ——————————- Benold’s Classics, Austin, TX
Pitcher Amy Flaugher of Empress Chili pitched a 4-0 shutout in the Championship game to defeat the Benold’s Classics. Empress was led all weekend by the hot bat of Outfielder, Mary Strotman, who walloped 6 Home Runs in the 7 games she played. Empress was 7-0 in the tournament.

MVP – Mary Strotman, Empress Chili (6 HRs)
Batting Leader – ?
HR Leaders – Mary Strotman, Empress Chile – 6
HR Leaders – Lisa Jones, Macon Charges – 6
Defensive MVP – Dottie Davis, Empress Chile

1986 All World Team
P – Roz Washington, Benold’s Classic
P – Amy Flaugher, Empress Chile
C – Jan Deters, Empress Chile
EH – Pat Susan, Mr. A’s Express
1B – Jenny Johnson, Empress Chile
2B – Red Simpson, Benold’s Classic
3B – Patty Pollard, Weasels
SS – Glenda Washington, Benold’s Classic
SS – Kim Hunter, Virginia Belles
OF – Velma Lehman, Empress Chile
OF – Mary Strotman, Empress Chile
OF – Dottie Davis, Empress Chile
UT – Naomi Cleveland, Benold’s Classic


1987 @ Garland, TX
Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH (67-20) ——————————- Hub Chrysler Plymouth-South, Milwaukee, WI
After Hub Chrysler defeated Empress Chili 16-0 in the losers bracket, the Cincinnati club had to come back and then beat Hub Chrysler twice … which they did.  For the first time in USSSA Women’s World Series history, a player not on the winning team was named MVP. As a matter of fact, she was no ton the runner-up team either. But Sue Kozoil of Steele’s Sports made such an impact on the teams, players and officials with her pure athleticism, that it was an obvious choice.

MVP – Sue Kozoil, Steele’s (.700, 11 HRs)
Batting Leader – Sue Kozoil, Steele’s – .700
HR Leader – Sue Kozoil, Steele’s – 11
Defensive MVP – ?

1987 All World Team
P – Brenda Beyer, Steele’s Sports
C – Jan Deters, Empress Chili
1B – Marianne Thomas, Empress Chili
2B – Sharon Graham, Empress Chili
3B – Cheryl Hanks, Hub Chrysler
SS – Sue Kozoil, Steele’s Sports
OF – Lyn Rose, Empress Chili
OF – Velma Lehman, Empress Chili
OF – Debbie Blazer,  Hub Chrysler
OF – Dottie Davis, Steele’s Sports
UT – Shelly Stanicek, Hub Chrysler
UT – Denise Eckert, Huntel Systems
Manager – Gloria Hill, Empress Chili

Standings (top-4)
1. Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH
2. Hub Chrysler Plymouth-South, Milwaukee, WI
3. Steele’s Sports, Grafton OH
4. Orlando Strikers, Orlando, FL


1988 @ Garland, TX
Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH (74-23) ——————————- County Sports Mice, Levittown, NY
This is also the third straight year that Empress has won the World Series. No team has ever done that before. They won 5 straight games to clinch the title. Four of the games, they won pretty easily, their quarterfinal match against Steele’s Sports was their toughest game as they had to come from behind twice to win 9-8. Pam Patrus was the MVP as she went 14 for 19 (.737 average) and also pitched and won all five games. Including the final game against the County Sports Mice of Long Island. That score was 10-1.

MVP – Pam Patrus, Empress (14-19, 737, plus 5-0 Pitching)
Batting Leader – Pam Patrus, Empress – .737
HR Leader – ?
Defensive MVP – ?

1988 All World Team
P – Pam Patrus, Empress Chili
P – Gail Wasmus, County Sports
C – Jan Deters, Empress Chili
1B – Ann Heider, Huntel Systems/TMI
2B – Marti Bronikowski, Bandit Messengers
2B – Debbie Brajevich, County Sports
2B – Sharon Graham, Empress Chili
3B – Leslie Kanter, Steele’s Sports
3B – Jenny Johnson, Empress Chili
3B – Rita Rodrigues, County Sports
SS – Sue Kozoil, Steele’s
SS – Joann VanVliet, Mr’s A’s Express
SS – Lisa Stellato,  County Sports
OF – Karen Heeney, Huntel Systems/TMI
OF – Jill Goldberg, Yankees
OF – Allison Cole, Steele’s
OF -Sharon Veltre, County Sports
OF – Tina May, Empress Chili
OF – Rhonda Adams, Empress Chili
Manager – Gloria Hill, Empress Chili

Standings (top-4) incomplete
1. Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH
2. County Sports Mice, Levittown, NY
3. Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
4. Huntel Systems/TMI, Blair, NE


1989 @ Hutchinson, KS
Canton Softball Center, Plymouth, MI (67-2) ——————————- Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH
Canton the championship game 15-3 over Empress Chili. The Canton Club set a tournament record with 20 Home Runs for the tournament. They went 5-0 and out scored their opponents 85-15.

MVP – Sue Kozoil, Canton (7 HRs)
Batting  Leader –
HR Leader – Sue Kozoil, Canton – 7
Defensive MVP – ?

1989 All World Team
P – Mary Hoff, Canton Softball
C – Janet Williams, Empress Chili
EH – Denise Eckert, Canton Softball
EH – Mary Strotman, Empress Chili
1B – Lynn Gendron, Canton Softball
1B – Jenny Johnson, Empress Chili
2B – Leslie Kanter, Canton Softball
2B – Kacy Cronin, Mr. A’s Express
3B – Stacey Blaylock, Canton Softball
3B – Donna Smith, Leaverne’s Roadrunners
SS – Sue Koziol, Steele’s
SS – Joann VanVliet, Mr. A’s Express
OF – Allison Cole, Canton Softball
OF – Tina May, Empress Chili
OF – Lyn Rose, Empress Chili
OF – Jan Ezzell, Kate Latters
OF – Denise Haarman, Aero Battery
OF – Denise Sharps, Aero Battery
OF – Cathy Cano, Mr. A’s Express
Manager – Al Campbell, Canton Softball Center

Standings ??
1. Canton Softball Center, Plymouth, MI
2. Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH
3. Mr. A’s Express
4. Steele’s Sports


1990 @ Concord, CA
Cannan’s Illusion, San Antonio, TX (70-4) ——————————- Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH (73-11)
Cannan’s defeated Empress Chili 5-1 in the championship game.

MVP – Bev Lovett, Cannan (3 HRs)
Kathy Riley, Cannan’s – .632
Beverly Lovett, Cannan – 3 HRs
Defensive MVP – Joann VanVliet

1990 All World Team
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OF –
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UT –
UT –
Manager –

All World from Empress
Pam Patrus, Empress Chili
Sue Wehrman, Empress Chili
Tina May, Empress Chili
Lyn Rose, Empress Chili
Theresa Shepherd, Empress Chili


1991 @ Lexington, SC
Lady Blue, Carrollton, TX (60-8) ——————————- Salem Hawks, Bellville, IL
TBD

MVP – Mary Hoff, Lady Blue
Denise Day, Lady Blue  – 9 HRs
Defensive MVP – Gina Vitale, Salem Hawks
Offensive MVP – Lori Ergenbeck, Salem Hawks

1991 All World Team
P – Mary Hoff, Lady Blue
C – Janet Dial, Mr. A’s Express
AH – Fran Nicholson, Mich
AH – Sue Day, Mr. A’s Express
AH – Lori Erpenbeck, Salem Hawks
1B – Jeril Junker, Auto Body Panels
2B – Leslie Kanter, Lady Blue
3B – Denise Day, Lady Blue
SS – Deanna Darrell, Empre
SS – Trina Hertzog, Salem Hawks
SS – Sue Koziol, Lady Blue
OF – Laura Troutman, Auto Body Panels
OF – Andy Auto Body Panels
OF – Allison Cole, Lady Blue
OF – Gina Vitale, Salem Hawks
Manager – Al Campbell, Lady Blue


1992 @ Garland, TX
Lady Blue, Plymouth, MN (40-3) ——————————- Salem Hawks, Bellville, IL
Sue Kozoil was named MVP for the third time in her illustrious career as she led Lady Blue to the World Series title. She has the second highest batting average and was the co-HR leader as well. She went 3-4 in the Championship game as Lady Blue rolled to a 15-3 win. Lady Blue defeated Cannan’s Illusions in the winners bracket final 10-5 (Kozoil was 3-3 with 5 RBIs) and then the Salem Hawks eliminated Cannan’s Illusions in the losers bracket final 13-12. Lady Blue ended the season with a 40-3 record and also a 32 game winning streak.

MVP – Sue Kozoil, Lady Blue (13-18, .722, 5 HRs, 13 RBIs, 11 Runs)
Batting Leader – Venisa Dinius, Spooks (13-17, 3 RBIs, 5 Runs) – .765
HR Leaders – Sue Kozoil, Lady Blue – 5 HRs
HR Leaders – Sherri Lynn France, Hawks (11-18, .611, 12 RBIs, 9 Runs) – 5 HRs
Defensive MVP – Trina Hertzog, Salem Hawks
Offensive MVP – not listed

1992 All World Team
P – Mary Hoff, Lady Blue (10-14, .714, 1 HR)
P – Jackie McCarver, Mr. A’s Express (8-14, .571, 2 HRs)
P – Mitzi Davis, Cannan’s Illusions (10-16, .625)
C – Marie Pesch, Cannan’s Illusions (8-17, .471, 2 HRs)
1B – Lori Ergenbeck, Salem Hawks (10-23, .435, 3 HRs)
2B – Sue Wehrman, Salem Hawks (8-18, .444)
3B – Julie Shackleford, Salem Hawks  (11-22, .500)
SS – Sue Kozoil, Lady Blue (13-18, .722, 5 HRs)
SS – Shelly Cummins, Auto Body Parts (14-23, .609)
SS – Trina Hertzog, Salem Hawks (12-22, .545)
OF – Andy Anthony, Auto Body Parts (12-21, .571)
OF – Sherri Lynn France, Salem Hawks (11-18, .611, 5 HRs)
OF – Venisa Dinius, Spooks (13-17, .765)
OF – Allison Cole, Lady Blue (10-16, .625, 1 HR)
OF – Denise Day, Lady Blue (9-17, .529, 1 HR)
OF – Kathy Riley, Cannan’s Illusions (11-18, .611, 1 HR)
OF – Meme Vencl, Lady Blue (7-17, .412)
Manager – Al Campbell, Lady Blue


1993 @ Rockford, IL
Lady Blue, Plymouth, MN (39-6) ——————————- Cannan’s Illusion, San Antonio, TX
TBD

MVP – Meme Vincl, Lady Blue (13-18, .722, 11 RBIs, 11 Runs)
Sue Kozoil, Blue (16-20, 1 HR, 12 RBIs) – .800
Marie Pesch, Cannan’s (.542) – 4 HRs
Defensive MVP – ?
Offensive MVP – Marie Pesch?

1993 All World Team
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IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –


1994 @ Salem, VA
Cannan’s Illusion, San Antonio, TX ——————————- Papa John’s, Louisville, KY
TBD

MVP – Sandy Mader, Cannan’s (10-18, .556, 6 RBIs)
Teresa Held, Spooks (10-15) – .667
Marie Eckoff, Cannan’s – 1 HR
Shannon Ellingsworth, Papa Johns – 1 HR
Trish Fox, Leaverne’s – 1 HR
Sue Kozoil, Lady Blue – 1
Offensive MVP – Allison Cole, Lady Blue/TPS
Defensive MVP – Laura Troutman, Papa Johns

1994 All World Team
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SS –
IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –


1995 @ Columbia, SC
UPI/TPS, Nashville, TN ——————————- Empress Chili, Cincinnati, OH
Epress Chili only lost to one team in this tournament, but it happened to be the champion, UPI/TPS. After UPI beat Empress the first time, The Cincinnati team defeated Cannan’s Illusions 11-9 to advance to the finals. Then once again, UPI defeated Empress, this time by a 13-6 score.

MVP – Sherri Lynn France, UPI (14-18, .778, 3 HRs, 13 RBIs)
Sherri Lynn France, UPI – .778
Sherri Lynn France, UPI – 3 HRs
Defensive MVP – Brenda Ryan, Empress Chili
Offensive MVP – Marie Pesch, UPI

1995 All World Team
P –
C –
SS –
IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –

MJ Ranz, Empress Chili
Janet Anderson, Empress Chili
Brenda Ryan, Empress Chili
Theresa Shephard, Empress Chili


1996 @ ???
Cannan’s Illusion, San Antonio, TX ——————————- UPI/Kinder/TPS, Baxter, TN

MVP – Lisa Sanchez, Cannan’s (11-24, .458, 11 RBIs)
Bev Lovett, Cannan’s (15-20, 2 HRs, 13 RBIs) – .750
Sue Kozoil, UPI/Kinder (9-12, 10 RBIs) – .750
Marie Pesch, Cannan’s (.611, 10 RBIs) – 2 HRs
Sherri Lynn France, UPI (.536, 11 RBIs) – 2 HRs
Bev Lovett, Cannan’s (.750, 13 RBIs) – 2 HRs
Traci Ferguson, Yankees (.583) – 2 HRs
Faye Smith, Laverne’s (.524, 13 RBIs) – 2 HRs
Defensive MVP – Michelle Thompson, UPI/Kinder
Offensive MVP – Bev Lovett, Cannan’s (.750, 2 HRs, 13 RBIs)

1996 All World Team
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OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –


1997 @ ???
Taylor’s, Glendale, MD ——————————- UPI/Kinder/TPS, Baxter, TN
TBD

MVP – Robin Baxter, Taylor’s (12-17, .706)
Defensive MVP – Page Nichols, Taylor’s
Offensive MVP – Michelle Thompson, UPI/Kinder
Pam Nelson, McLaughlin’s Oil (11-13) – .846
Sherri Lynn France, UPI (.737) – 2 HRs
Bev Lovett, Cannan’s, (.550) – 2 HRs
Tracy Keefer, Rockets (.778) – 2 HRs
Karen Cella, Mice (.529) – 2 HRs
Chris Hixon, Lady Zapp (.611) – 2 HRs

1997 All World Team
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IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –


1998 @ Cocoa, FL
UPI/Kinder, Baxter, TN ——————————- Diamond Queens, Nashville, TN
TBD

MVP – Allison Cole, UPI (17-26, .654, 10 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – Patrice Detlie, Diamond Queens
Offensive MVP – Marie Pesch, UPI/Kinder
Sherri Lynn France, UPI/Kinder (12-15, 3 HRs, 15 RBIs) -.800
Faye Cobb Bailey, Taylor’s (8-14, .571, 6 RBIs) – 3 HRs
Sherri Lynn France, UPI/Kinder (.800) – 3 HRs

1998 All World Team
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IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –

Sherri Lynn France, UPI
Marie Pesch, UPI
Allison Cole, UPI
Kathy Riley, UPI
Mary Hoff, UPI


1999 @ ???
Santa Monica Yankees, Poway, CA ——————————- Orlando Shooters, Orlando, FL
TBD

MVP – Mary Hoff, Santa Monica Yankees
Defensive MVP – ?
Offensive MVP – ?

1999 All World Team
P –
C –
SS –
IF –
IF –
IF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
OF –
UT –
UT –
Manager –


2000 @ Cocoa, FL
ABP/Kinder/Sharks, Cincinnati, OH ——————————- Shooters/Miken, Orlando, FL
TBD

MVP – Sherri Lynn France, ABP/Kinder/Sharks (9-18, 500, 1 HR, 14 RBIs, 9 Runs)
Trish Fox, C&C Racing (13-18, 6 RBIs, 11 Runs) – .722
Ameaka McDougle, Premier Motor Sports (8-17, .471, 6 RBIs, 2 Runs)- 2 HRs
Offensive MVP – Lisa Sanchez, ABP/Kinder/Sharks (13-20, .650, 3 RBIs, 10 Runs)
Defensive MVP – Theresa Hunt, Shooters

2000 All World Team
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OF –
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UT –
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Manager –


2001 @ West Columbia, SC
Shooters/Nike, Orlando, FL ——————————- Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH
TBD

MVP – Anna Clements, Shooters/ Nike
Defensive MVP – Lisa Sanchez, Kinder Sharks
Offensive MVP – Diane Hatch, Shooters/Nike
Batting Leader – Diane Hatch, Shooters/ Nike
HR Leader – Shirley Snell, Kinder Sharks – 3

2001 All World Team
Kim Dean, Shooters/ Nike
Tiffany Daniels, Shooters/ Nike
Kim King, Shooters/ Nike
Laurie Sheppard, Shooters/ Nike
Shirley Snell, Kinder Sharks
Sue Kozoil, Kinder Sharks
Sherri Lynn France, Kinder Sharks
Leslie Burke, Lady Zapp
Monica Hubbard, Lady Zapp
Stacy Symonds, Lady Zapp
Valerie Tuff, Supersonics
Latonya Slaughter, Supersonics
Chris Wellendorf, Custom Trucks
Ameaka McDougal, Premiere Motor Sports
Manager – Gayle Burkhart, Shooters/ Nike


2002 @ Cocoa, FL
Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH ——————————- Shooters/Worth, Orlando, FL
Kinder Sharks defeated Shooters/Worth 18-3 in the final. Shooters lost their second game and came back and won six straight, including a 22-21 win over Kinder Sharks in the first final, thus forcing the deciding game.

MVP – MJ Ranz, Kinder Sharks
Kim King, Shooters/Worth – .760
Tonja Russell, Shooters/Worth (.740) – HR leader
Offensive MVP – Tonja Russell, Shooters/Worth (.740)
Defensive MVP – Theresa Shephard, Kinder Sharks

2002 All World Team
Marie Pesch, Kinder Sharks
Lisa Sanchez, Kinder Sharks
Shannon Ellingsworth, Kinder Sharks
Andy Wadsworth, Kinder Sharks
Theresa Hirschauer, Kinder Sharks
Kim King, Shooters/Worth (.760)
Lisa Lines, Shooters/Worth
Tina Brannon, Shooters/Worth
Michellee Vance, Shooters/Worth
Tonja Russell, Shooters/Worth
Ronnie Daniel, Yard Dawgs
Michele Jackson, Supersonics
Beatrice Anderson, Supersonics
Buffy Arms, Diamond Queens


2003 @ Lexington, SC
Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels, Murfreesboro, TN ——————————- Seattle Express, Renton, WA
The Lady Rebels had to hold back the charge of the Seattle Express, who advanced to the finals and won the first game 11-9. The Lady Rebels, behind the pitching of Mary Hoff prevailed in the deciding game 15-7.

MVP – Mary Hoff, Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels
Defensive MVP – Buffy Arms, Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels
Offensive MVP – ?

2003 All World Team (incomplete)
Beverly Reeves, Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels
Sondra Landry, Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels
Susan Quarles, Armstrong Ceiling Lady Rebels
Theresa Hirschaur, Kinder Sharks
no more info


2004 @ Fort Knox, KY
Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH ——————————- Supersonics, Warner Robins, GA
TBD

MVP – Tisha Duncan, Kinder Sharks
Marie Pesch, Kinder Sharks – Batting leader
Defensive MVP – Ropeke Gunn, Supersonics
Offensive MVP – Marie Pesch, Kinder Sharks

2004 All World Team
Theresa Shephard, Kinder Sharks
Trish Fox, Kinder Sharks
Shirley Snewell, Kinder Sharks
Theresa Hirschauer, Kinder Sharks
Tammy Hayward, Supersonics
Tonya Slaughter, Supersonics
Jen Holmes, Supersonics
Ruby Berkiwitz, Shooters
ChrisWelldorf, Shooters
Kim Dean, Shooters
Monica Hubbard, Lady Zapp
Christy Jackson, Lady Zapp
Ameaka McDougle, Ladies Choice
Kay Roberts, NTL


2005 @ Panama City, FL
Seattle Express, Renton, WA ——————————- Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL (61-7)
Minnesota Ice upset Long Haul/Enough Said 12-11 in the very first game. Long Haul scored 61 runs in their next four games to get to the championship. They defeated the Seattle Express 6-3 in the first final, but the Seattle Express won the final game 16-10 to win the championship.

MVP – Cesilee Coulson, Seattle Express
Mary Hoff, Long Haul/Enough Said – batting leader
Offensive MVP – Mary Hoff, Long Haul/Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Kimberly Turpin, Seattle Express

2005 All World Team
Monica Hubbard, Supersonics
Mary Hoff, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton
Sirene Johnson, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton
Stacie Symonds, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton
Allison Geatches, Seattle Express
Jennifer Gunnell-Alred, Seattle Express
Kimberly Turpin Seattle Express
Kathi Illman, Seattle Express
Cara Coughenour, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton
Cesilee Coulson, Seattle Express
LaTonya Slaughter, Supersonics
Tiffany Turner, Supersonics


2006 @ Orlando, FL
Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel, Tallahassee, FL (62-2) ——————————- Minnesota Ice, North Oaks, MN
Long Haul won four straight games to take the Championship, outscoring their opponents 65-35. The final game over Minnesota Ice was a tough 12-6 win.

MVP – Sondra Landry, Long Haul/Enough Said
Erin Brown, Minnesota Ice – Batting leader
Offensive MVP – Erin Brown, Minnesota Ice
Defensive MVP – Mary Hoff, Long Haul/Enough Said

2006 All World Team
Beverly Reaves, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Meredith Gatlin, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Elena Song, Karphone
Vickie Ashcroft Karphone
Stacie Symonds, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Katura Williams, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Shelly Schoeberl, Minnesota Ice
LeAnne Connolly, Minnesota Ice
Paula Price, Minnesota Ice
Shannon Kiffmeyer, Minnesota Ice
Cara Coughenour, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Christan Dowling, MTO/Citgo Autotruck Plaza
Cathy Bradley, Long Haul/Enough Said/Easton/Tanel
Lisa Pugh, MTO/Citgo Autotruck Plaza
Leslie Szekely, MTO/Citgo Autotruck Plaza


2007 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Juice, Houston, TX
Once again, Enough Said lost their first game. Minnesota Ice beat them 6-3. They traveled the losers bracket route to get to the finals, They reeled off seven straight wins, scoring 122 runs along the way, including two wins over Juice of Houston (17-5 and 20-10) to claim the Championship.

MVP – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Danielle Brown, Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Heather, Wright, Juice

2007 All World Team
Mary Hoff, Enough Said
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said
Karla Martinez, Chata
Nidia Salas, Chata
Shannon Pigott, Juice
Diane Williams, Enough Said
Yen Wilson, Juice
Gina Perez, Juice
Christan Dowling, Enough Said
Tammie Haywood, Supersonics
Crissy Hixon, Supersonics
Lillie Davis, Juice
Ruby Nugent, Enough Said
Tracy Bougere, Supersonics


2008 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH
Enough Said went undefeated winning four straight game, including the championship in dominating fashion over the Kinder Sharks by a 16-0 score.

MVP – Sissy Hudson, Enough Said/Easton
Offensive MVP – Mary Hoff, Long Haul/Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Megan Fallon, Kinder Sharks

2008 All World Team
Shirley Snell, Kinder/Sharks
Sondra Landry, Kinder/Sharks
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/Easton
Lupe Garcia, Chata
Nidia Salas, Chata
Stacie Symonds, Enough Said/Easton
Tonja Russell, Enough Said/Easton
Shelly Schoeberl, Minnesota Ice
LeAnne Connolly, Minnesota Ice
Diana Williams, Enough Said/Easton
Amber Hegland, Minnesota Ice
Theresa Shepherd, Kinder/Sharks
Christan Dowling, Enough Said/Easton
Tracy Bougere Enough Said/Easton


2009 @ Orlando, FL
Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH ——————————- Karphone Express, Los Angeles, CA
With three-time defending champ Enough Said not entering the World Series, Kinder Sharks proved the dominant one as they won four games in a row, including the final over Karphone Express 14-7.

MVP – Tamara Perez, Kinder/Sharks
Offensive MVP – Tiffany Daniels, Kinder Sharks
Defensive MVP – Gina Oliver, Karphone Express

2009 All World Team
Theresa Hunt, Kinder/Sharks
Shirley Snell, Kinder/Sharks
LeAnne Connolly, Minnesota Ice
Karen Kusmich, Kinder/Sharks
Corrie Brock, Karphone Express
Amber Hegland, Minnesota Ice
Beverly Lovett, Kinder/Sharks
Tracy Galloway, Supersonics
Ropekia Gunn, Supersonics
Neishell Wiliams, Karphone Express
Sherri France, Kinder/Sharks
Rosalyn Gallaher, Supersonics
Kristen Zabalavicius. Karphone Express
Maria Fatty, Trimm Kinder/Sharks
Crystal Savage Karphone Express


2010 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH
Enough Said won the World series without a hitch as they went 4-0 and defeated the Kinder Sharks 15-5 in the Championship game.

MVP – Jessi Griffin, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Sirene Johnson, Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Tiffany Daniels, Kinder Sharks

2010 All World Team
Mary Hoff, Enough Said
Gina Oliver, Team Karphone
Carolyn Norman, Team Karphone
Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
Karen Kusmich, Kinder/Sharks
Cara Coughenour, Kinder/Sharks
Beverly Lovett, Kinder/Sharks
Crissy Hixon, Enough Said
Sherri France, Kinder/Sharks
Queydreka Shumpert, Supersonics
Nikki Hall, Enough Said
Tawana Howard, Enough Said
Brittany Maxwell, Team Karphone
Tracy Bougere, Enough Said


2011 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Supersonics/TYJA Sports, Warner Robbins, GA
Enough Said won another Championship, but not before the Supersonics jolted them with a 19-12 win in the first final. This forced the “if: game. Enough Said won that 15-7. They finished up 4-1

MVP – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Queydreka Shumpert, Supersonics/TYJA

2011 All World Team
Tiffany Daniels, Yard Dawgs
Theresa Hunt, Yard Dawgs
Mary Hoff, Enough Said/Easton
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/Easton
Cara Coughenour, Top Gun
Diana Williams, Enough Said/Easton
Jennifer Holmes, Supersonics/Tyja Sports
Katondra Morgan, Supersonics/Tyja Sports
Alexis Stovall, Supersonics/Tyja Sports
Rosalyn Gallaher, Supersonics/Tyja Sports
Lacey Stovall, Top Gun


2012 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Karphone, Los Angeles, CA
They played this year’s World Series with a 3 game guarantee bracket. Enough Said went out and lost their first two games 10-3 to the Kinder Sharks and 12-8 to the Supersonics. With their backs against the wall, they came back to win five straight games to capture the World Series with a 5-2 record, thus becoming the first Women’s World Series Champ ever with two losses in the tournament. The two losses must have woke them up as the proceeded to win these games: 14-4 over Incognito, 18-8 over Supersonics, 15-0 over Kinder Sharks and then 15-4 and 14-3 over Karphone to win it all.

MVP – Ebony Payne, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Auriel Jenkins, Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Gina Oliver, Karphone

2012 All World Team
Mary Hoff, Enough Said/Easton
Buffy Arms, Kinder/Sharks
Bernadette Martinez, Incognito
Nyreka Smith, Enough Said/Easton
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/Easton
Connie Francis, Enough Said/Easton
Kelli Handy, Karphone
Leigh Campbell, Karphone
Karen Arnold, Incognito
Neishell Wiliams, Karphone
beverly walker, Kinder/Sharks
Noelle Wadsworth, Karphone
Tamara Perez, Kinder/Sharks
Brittany Maxwell,Karphone
Tracy Bougere, Enough Said/Easton


2013 @ Orlando, FL
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL ——————————- Incognito, Detroit, MI
Enough Said won the World Series for the seventh time in a row that they participated. They won three from 2006-2008, then elected not to enter in 2009, came back the next year to win 2010, 2011, 2012 and this tournament in 2013. They have been 31-6 in World Series play since 2006.  This year, with the 3 game bracket, they only went 3-2, but did just enough to defeat Incognito of Detroit 10-9 in the Championship game.

MVP – Tracy Bougere, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
Defensive MVP – Tabitha Dykes, Incognito

2013 All World Team
Mary Hoff, Enough Said/Easton
Bernadette Martinez, Incognito
Nyreka Smith, Enough Said/Easton
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/Easton
Gina Oliver, Karphone
Leigh Campbell, Karphone
Jeanenne Jenkins, Incognito
Diana Williams, Enough Said/Easton
Deanna Faircloth, Incognito
LaTonya Slaughter, Supersonics
Shenique Brass, Supersonics
Tawana Howard, Enough Said/Easton
Ashley Esparza, Karphone
Patrika Barlow, Incognito
Crystal Chambers, Supersonics


2014 @ Orlando, FL
Women’s World series was cancelled   —- The Highest Class played in 2014 was Class-B, information below. Enough Said did not play USSSA and every other Class-A team dropped to Class-B and there was nobody to play in the Women’s World Series, so it was cancelled.

Just for information purposes, here are the results for the Class-B World Series.

Class-B
Minnesota North Stars, St. Paul, MN ——————————- Washington Worth, Olympia, WA
MVP – Patricia Becker, Minnesota North Stars
Offensive MVP – Shannon Higginbotham, Minnesota North Stars
Defensive MVP – Carri Phelps, Washington Worth

2014 “B” All World Team
Buffy Arms, Minnesota North Stars
Lisa Lantau, Minnesota North Stars
Cara Coughenour, Minnesota North Stars
Amber Hegland, Minnesota North Stars
Kelli Sorsdahl, Washington Worth
Ashley Ross, Sumuzu
Shannon Galanek, Sumuzu
Julie Pollastro, Washington Worth
Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/Softball.Com/Combat
Kat Sherer, Derby Girls/Softball.Com/Combat
Laurie Paschal, Washington Worth
Meaghan Chandler, Minnesota North Stars
Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/Softball.Com/Combat
Susan M Stockemer, Washington Worth
Stacie Symonds, Minnesota North Stars


USSSA changed the name of their World Series to the Women’s MAJOR World Series. They still had the regular World Series like they been running since 1969. But they wanted to restrict some players from all playing on the same teams in the Class-A event to make it more evenly matched.


2015 @ Orlando, FL
Major World Series
Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL (18-7) ——————————- Miken SSE, Stafford, TX
18 teams entered this event and it turned out to be a good tournament. Enough Said lost it’s second game and then had to win seven straight games to capture the title. They beat Miken SSE twice (18-8 and 19-14) to finish up the tournament with an 8-1 record.

MVP – Kristen Shiftlett, Enough Said
Offensive MVP – Patricka Barlow, Miken SSE
Defensive MVP – Tracy Bougere, Enough Said

2015 All World Team
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/ Easton
Angelia Jones, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Robin Pettit, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Anita McCall, Showtime Conference
Tracie Mack, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Auriel Jenkins Enough Said/ Easton
Andrea Ramirez Easton/gp02 sports/Hang Rite
Colena Lazar, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Melissa Chandler, Enough Said/ Easton
Ruby , Enough Said/ Easton
Veronica Mya McRae, Miken SSE
Shannon Galanek, Easton/GP02 Sports/Hang Rite
Kathia Washington, Enough Said/ Easton
Wendi Reed, Miken SSE
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Class-B World Series (There was no Class-A World Series this year, Class-A teams played Major)
Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com, Kent, WA (27-3) ——————————- Ladies Cuttin’ Up Easton Adidas, Sanford, FL
With roster restrictions in place, Enough Said went 3-2, being eliminated by Ladies Cuttin Up 10-6. They ended the tournament in 4th place. The Cuttin Up crew then beat Bounty Hunters to get to the finals against Derby Girls of Kent, WA. The Derby Girls defeated them 13-3 to win the Class-B World series. Cuttin up finished up with a 7-2 record. The Derby Girls, who had only gone 2-2 in the Major World Series, went undefeated (4-0) to capture the “B” World series.

MVP – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls
Offensive MVP – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls
Defensive MVP – Robin Pettit, Ladies Cuttin’ Up

2015 “B” All World Team
Angelia Jones, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Stacey Allen, Bounty Hunters/Klutch Brand
Jennifer Carter Roland, Bounty Hunters/Klutch Brand
Tammy Higginbotham, Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Dara Toman, Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Sara Poteat, Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Holly Kennison, Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Tiffany Smith, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Tracey Bougere, Enough Said/ Easton
Ashley Griffin-Hicks Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Auriel Jenkins, Enough Said/ Easton
Colesa Lazar, Ladies Cuttin’ Up
Corrie Brooks, Bounty Hunters/Klutch Brand
Amanda Durand, Derby Girls/Combat/Softball.com
Santoria Smalley, Ladies Cuttin’ Up


2016 @ Orlando, FL
Class-Major World Series
Derby Girls/ASP/Combat, Kent, WA (37-3) ——————————- Ladies Cuttin’ Up/Easton/Adidas, Sanford, FL
There is a new sheriff in town as the Enough Said dynasty came to an end as they decided not to field a team. The Derby Girls, led by the powerful Christan Dowling, who many say is the best hitter in Women’s Softball. The Derby Girls went undefeated (5-0) and beat Ladies Cuttin Up in the Championship game by a 14-13 score. Incognito finished in 3rd place.

MVP – no info
Offensive  MVP – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls
Defensive MVP – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls

2016 All World Team
Andrea Costa, OH Heating/Associettes/Miken
Ashley Mack, Ladies Cuttin’ Up/Easton/Adidas
Tiffany Turner, Incognito
Stefanie Watt, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Cylenia Norris, Ladies Cuttin’ Up/Easton/Adidas
Holly Kennison, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Melissa Perez, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Megan Miller, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Amanda Durand, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Myesha Williams, Incognito
Yasmin Warthen, Ladies Cuttin’ Up/Easton/Adidas
Wendi Reed, Ladies Cuttin’ Up/Easton/Adidas
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Class-A World Series
Derby Girls/ASP/Combat, Kent, WA ——————————- Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport, Lithia Springs, GA
Once again, the Derby Girls went undefeated (5-0) and the beat the Bounty Hunters in the Class-A World Series. The final score was 14-13 also. This was billed as the Class-A Worlds. The Class-B went back to having their own event. The Bounty Hunters finished up 4-2. They went 2-2 in the Major World Series. Bryant Express finished third in the “A” event. The tournament was split into just the “B” teams after and Bryan Express went 5-0 to win the “B” Worlds.

MVP – Amanda Durand, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Offensive MVP – not awarded
Defensive MVP – Kami Marrott, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat

2016 “A” All World Team
Stacey Allen, Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport
Jennifer Carter Roland, Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport
Justine Rial, Bryant Express
Dara Toman, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Lisa Bull, Washington/Worth
Sara Poteat, Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport
Brooke Devader Bryant Express
Melissa Perez, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Casey Camp, Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport
Jessica Lisi, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Haley Bauman, Washington/Worth
Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat
Savannah Brown, Bryant Express
Brittany Phillips, Bounty Hunters/Diamond Ent./PureSport
Manager – Diana Brummer, Derby Girls/ASP/Combat


2017 @ Kissimmee, FL
Class-Major World Series
Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton, Kent, WA (44-3) ——————————- Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL (22-13)
Enough Said decided to make a comeback to USSSA. They gave the powerful Derby Girls all they could handle as they were sent to the loser bracket by the Derby Girls by a 21-6 score. They won two games to get back to the undefeated Derby Girls and actually beat them in the first final 24-4. The Derby Girls came back and won the Major World series soundly with a 30-19 decision. The Derby Girls finished 5-1 and Enough Said was 6-2. Bryant Express finished third.

MVP – Laura Harms, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Offensive MVP – Meagan Person, Enough Said/Easton
Defensive MVP – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton

2017 All World Team
Sirene Johnson, Enough Said/Easton
Rose Gressley, Smash It Sports
Kristen Shifflett, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Leigh Campbell, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Carrie Kaberline, Bryant Express
Justine Rial, Bryant Express
Dara Toman, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Brooke Devader, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Auriel Jenkins, Enough Said/Easton
Delicia Brown, Smash It Sports
Windy Reeves, Enough Said/Easton
Megan Miller, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Savannah Brown, Bryant Express
Gina Mengwasser, Enough Said/Easton
Manager – Shannon Cooper, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Manager – Diana Brummer, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
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Class-A World Series
Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton, Kent, WA ——————————- Khaos/Worth, Harmony, FL
The Derby Girls won the “A” World Series going 5-0 in the 23 team field. They defeated Khaos 9-5. Khaos finished up with a 6-2 record. Bryant Express finished in third place once again. Enough Said was entered and they lost out early and finished 2-2.

MVP – Dara Toman, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Offensive MVP – Chelsea Davis, Khaos/Worth
Defensive MVP – Tara Salcedo, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton

2017 “A” All World Team
Kristen Shifflett, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Leigh Campbell, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Sherri Hollis, Khaos/Worth
Holly Kennison, Easton Boom
Dara Tyler, Bryant Express
Brooke Devader, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Leslie Qunell, Easton Boom
Amy Scholl-Streavel, Easton Boom
Christan Dowling, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Aldenise Ewing, Khaos/Worth
Andrea Ramirez, Easton Boom
Briana Durden, Khaos/Worth
Amanda Hollman, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Alexandria Herring, Khaos/Worth
Kasey Loomis, Bryant Express
Megan Miller, Derby Girls/OA/Legacy/Easton
Savannah Brown, Bryant Express


USSSA added a Class-AA to the already existing Major and Class-A Worlds.


2018 @ Viera, FL
Class-Major World Series
Smash It Sports/Miken, Lorton, VA (42-17) ——————————- Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth, Harmony, FL (29-16)
Smash It Sports won the Major World series by defeating Khaos 12-7 in the Championship game. Smash It/Derby Girls/Easton, the pre-tourny favorite went 4-2 to finish 4th. They were eliminated by third place Bounty Hunters of Lithia Springs, GA.

MVP – Ashley Mack, Smash It Sports/Miken (15-20, .750, 6 RBIs, 12 Runs)
Offensive MVP – Fallon Scorpio, Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth (13-18, .722, 3 RBIs, 4 Runs)
Defensive MVP – Stephanie Tofft, Smash It Sports/Miken (16-20, .800, 9 RBIs, 10 Runs)
Batting Leader – Patrika Barlow, Incognito (14-17, .1 RBI, 13 Runs) – .846
HR Leader – Megan Baltzell, Smash It/Derby Girls/Easton (16-23, .696, 13 RBIs, 14 Runs) – 3

2018 All World Team
Shelby Savony, Smash It Sports/Miken
Amanda Ritzler, Bounty Hunters
Megan Baltzell, Smash It/Derby Girls/Easton (16-23, .696)
Kelley Schroeder, Smash It Sports/Miken
Sara Poteat, Bounty Hunters
Corie Burnett, Smash It Sports/Miken
Caitlin Bouschet, Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth
Briana Durden, Smash It Sports/Miken
Kristen Lozano, Smash It Sports/Miken
Sarah Orozco, Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth
Jen Villarin, Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth
Corrie Brooks, Bounty Hunters
Tara Salcedo, Smash It/Derby Girls/Easton (17-23, .739)
Wendi Reed, Smash It Sports/Miken
Kara Oberer, Khaos/FAI/Klutch/Worth
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Class-AA World Series
Smash It/Derby Girls, Easton, Kent, WA (48-9) ——————————- Bounty Hunters, Lithia Springs, GA
The Derby Girls won the “AA” World Series going 5-1 and beating Bounty Hunters 8-5 and 12-5 in the championship games. The Bounty Hunters were undefeated at 4-0 and just had to win one game over the Derby Girls.  But it wasn’t meant to be. The Smash it/Derby Girls eliminated the Smash it Sports/Miken team 9-8 in the losers bracket final.

MVP –  no info
Offensive MVP – Shayna Finley, Bounty Hunters (6-9, 2 RBIs, 2 Runs)
Defensive MVP – no info

2018 “AA” All World
Ashley Mack, Smash It Sports/Miken
Sara Poteat, Bounty Hunters
Briana Durden, Smash It Sports/Miken
Wendi Reed, Smash It Sports/Miken
(incomplete)
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Class-A World Series
Lady Mojo Reloaded/Pure Sport, Louisa, VA ———————————- ETH, Carmichael, CA
Lady Mojo lost the first final 13-10 and then came back to win the Championship with a 18-8 victory.

MVP –  Brandy Ide, Lady Mojo Reloaded/Pure Sports (5-10, .500, 3 RBIs, 3 Runs)
Offensive MVP – not awarded
Defensive MVP – Shelby Engle, Lady Mojo Reloaded/Pure Sports

2018 “A” All World
Stacey Burke, SFK/A&S Constructors
Joselynn Stewart, Lady Mojo Reloaded/Pure Sports
Julia Pollastro, DeMarini Tuff
Alex Baddeley, ETH
Delicia Brown, Lady Mojo Reloaded/Pure Sports
Priscilla Fagaines, SFK/A&S Constructors
Kelly Park, SFK/A&S Constructors
Kristina Sherriff, DeMarini Tuff
Geneva Perrine, ETH
Sara Fleming, ETH
Andrea Garcia, ETH
(incomplete)

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