Category: 2010

2010 USSSA Women’s Major Slow Pitch World Series

2010 held at Orlando, Florida.

Champion – Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, Florida
Runner Up – Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, Ohio

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


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


1. Enough Said/Easton, Tallahassee, FL
2. Kinder Sharks, Cincinnati, OH

2010 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2010 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on October 1-3.

Champion – Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos, Spokane, Washington
Runner Up – Long Haul Trucking, Albertville, Minnesota

Dan Smith/Menosse may have entered the weekend with a first game 41-40 disappointing loss, but it didn’t matter because they proceeded to win eight consecutive games in capturing its first ASA Class-A National title. The 2010 Champions capped the impressive performance by winning three games on the last day, including beating defending champion Long Haul twice, 36-21 and
37-24 at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex. The Dan Smith team was very impressive because in 9 games they scored 339 runs and allowed 217. They hit 65 homers with Brian Wegman, Dan Smith’s Middle Infielder leading the way with 12 dingers and 47 RBI. Wegman was named the tournament MVP and sparkled on defense as well. He was an incredible 41-51 on the weekend with an .804
batting average. The Dan Smith team compiled a .705 average while holding their opponents to a .601 average. Wegman was also the tournament HR champ with 12. Fence Broker’s John Glidewell was the batting champ going 13-15 with 6 HR and 14 RBI. He had an .867 average.

  • MVP – Brian Wegman, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (41-51, .804, 12 HR, 47 RBI, 39 Runs)
  • HR Leader – Brian Wegman, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos – 12
  • Batting Leader – John Glidewell, Fence Broker/Gametimesupply/Worth (13-15, 6 HR, 14 RBI, 12 Runs) – .867


P – Geno Buck, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (37-50, .740, 11 HR, 35 RBI, 34 Runs)
C – Scott Brown, NW Combat (26-31, .839, 8 HR, 25 RBI, 18 Runs)
IF – John Glidewell, Fence Broker/Gametimesupply/Worth (13-15, .867, 6 HR, 14 RBI, 12 Runs)
IF – Brian Wegman, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (41-51, .804, 12 HR, 47 RBI, 39 Runs)
IF – Tom Bowser, Fence Broker/Gametimesupply/Worth (16-20, .800, 7 HR, 19 RBI, 15 Runs)
IF – Bryson Baker, Long Haul Trucking (20-27, .741, 4 HR, 14 RBI, 19 Runs)
OF – Jason Branch, Long Haul Trucking (15-22, .682, 5 HR, 17 RBI, 12 Runs)
OF – Rick Baker, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (39-49, .796, 9 HR, 43 RBI, 36 Runs)
OF – Chad McLamb, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (36-52, .692, 26 RBI, 42 Runs)
OF – Jeremy Isenhower, Long Haul Trucking (22-29, .759, 7 HR, 27 RBI, 18 Runs)
UTIL – Brett Helmer, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (35-47, .745, 9 HR, 41 RBI, 34 Runs)
UTIL – Kyle Moyer, Long Haul Trucking (16-26, .615, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 13 Runs
UTIL – Dennis Rulli, Long Haul Trucking (22-29, .759, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 17 Runs)


Oliver Forest, NW Combat (20-25, .800, 1 HR, 13 RBI, 16 Runs)
Johnny Bailey, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (34-47, .723, 4 HR, 26 RBI, 30 Runs)
Jeff McGavin, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (34-47, .723, 2 HR, 22 RBI, 31 Runs)
JD Genter, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (34-49, .694, 8 HR, 30 RBI, 35 Runs)
John Gallegos, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (32-48, .667, 6 HR, 42 RBI, 31 Runs)
Adam Rockoff, Long Haul Trucking (15-26, .577, 7 HR, 27 RBI, 13 Runs)
Brad Reckart, Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos (28-55, .509, 4 HR, 23 RBI, 25 Runs)


1. Dan Smith/Menosse/Shirts & Logos, Spokane, WA (8-1)
2. Long Haul Trucking, Lakeland, MN (4-2)
3. Fence Broker/Gametimesupply/Worth Bryant, AR (3-2)
4. NW Combat, Kent, WA (4-2)
5t. Laser Vision/Team Combat, Kent, WA (2-2)
5t. Spurs/Nichols Transportation/Premier Sports, Kilgore, TX (2-2)
7t. Mr D’s/Custom Apparel, Becker, MN (1-2)
7t. Tings Moving/Hr Sports/Orioles, Oklahoma City, OK (2-2)
9t. Pipac/TCP/Easton, Burlington, IA (1-2)
9t. Armed Forces USA., DC (0-2)
9t. SW OK Outlaws, Altus, OK (1-2)
9t. Famous Sports/Johnny Blaze, Montclair, CA (1-2)
13t. P-Town Boyz, Stillwater., OK (0-2)
13t. Checking/Worth, New Haven, CT (0-2)
13t. Rent King/Ambush, Norman, OK (0-2)

2010 ASA Men’s (10) Modified Pitch Nationals

2010 held at Cumming, Georgia on September 3-6.

Champion – Gillies, Midland, Michigan
Runner Up – Alexander’s Stallions, Sterling Heights, Michigan

  • MVP – N/A
  • Batting Champion – Chris Holly, Gillies
  • HR Champion – N/A


P – Ray Randall, Alexander’s Stallions
P – Jim Moats, Bonnell’s Airways
P – David Kwaiser, Gillies
C – Chad Stocker, Alexander’s Stallions
IF – Mikey Quinones, Bonnell’s Airways
IF – Tom Bonlander, Press Box I
IF – Scott Westphal, Gillies
IF – David Caldwell, Gillies
OF – Tim Snow, Press Box I
OF – Chris Holly, Gillies
OF – Todd Kulling, Alexander’s Stallions
OF – Jeff Woods, Gillies
UTIL – Bryan Smith, Alexander’s Stallions
UTIL – Ben Cobler, Bonnell’s Airways
UTIL – Justin Davis, Gillies


1. Gillies, Midland, MI (5-1)
2. Alexander’s Stallions, Sterling Heights, MI (4-2)
3. Bonnell’s Airways, Franklin, PA (5-2)
4. Press Box I, Fond du Lac, WI (4-2)
5t. Press Box II, Fond du Lac, WI (2-2)
5t. Secory Flyers, Port Huron, MI (2-2)
7t. Fill Quiver & More Rebels, Fort Gratiot, MI (2-2)
7t. TPS, Green Bay, WI (1-2)
9t. Dempsey & Baxter, Erie, PA (1-2)
9t. P-Funk, Atlanta, GA (1-2)
9t. ATL Stars, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
9t. Durham Speedboys, Durham, NC (0-2)
13t. Chino 809, Tampa, FL (0-2)
13t. Go Getters, Hapeville, GA (0-2)

2010 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2010 held at South Bend, Indiana on August 5-8.

Champion – Kitchener Rivershark Twins, Ambler, Pennsylvania
Runner Up – Broken Bow Travelers, Broken Bow, Nebraska

The Kitchener Rivershark Twins went through the tournament unbeaten (5-0) and defeated the Broken Bow Travelers in the Championship game 1. Their pitching staff combined to pitch three shutouts and only gave up four runs in the five games they won. In the final game, Kitchner scored 9 runs on 8 hits, with 3 HR (Ryan Wolfe 3-run HR, Jeff Goolagong 3-run HR and Pat Shannon 2-run HR) in 5th Inning to put the game and the championship away for good. Broken Bow finished second with a (3-2) record and the Minnesota Angels third at (6-2). Todd Martin started the final game for the Riversharks, hurled 4 innings and then was replaced by Don Scott, who finished up the game and the Championship. Broken Bow’s Adam Folkard was the losing pitcher.

Jeremy Manley (1-1) and Paul Algar (1-1) each won a game for Pueblo.

  • MVP – Jeffrey Goolagong, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
  • Batting Leader – Brad Rona, Broken Bow Travelers
  • HR Leader – Steve Mullaley, Kitchener Rivershark Twins – 2
  • HR Leader – Ryan Wolfe, Kitchener – 2
  • HR Leader – Mike Applegate, MN Angels – 2
  • HR Leader – Nicolas Bittor, MN Angels – 2
  • HR Leader – Roman Foore, Albaugh – 2
  • Herb Dudley Pitching Award – Todd Martin, Kitchener Rivershark Twins (2-0, 1 Save, 1 ER 9 IP, 13 K)


P – Todd Martin, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
P – Juan Potolocchio, Minnesota Angels (3-1, 28 IP, 1 shutout)
P – Sean Whitten, Broken Bow Travelers (3-1, 13 IP)
C – Bruno Matroni, Minnesota Angels
OF – Brandon Aman, Minnesota Angels
OF – Jeff Ellsworth, Broken Bow Travelers
OF – Steve Mullaley, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
OF – Ryan Wolfe, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
UTIL – Frank Cox, Midland Explorers (2-1, two 1-0 shutouts)
UTIL – Darrell Joy, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
UTIL – Sean Kelly, Lightning
IF – Jeffrey Goolagong, Kitchener Rivershark Twins (2 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI; 3-run HR in final)
IF – Jeff Lawson, Minnesota Angels
IF – Brad Rona, Broken Bow Travelers (HR, 3 RBI)
IF – Nick Shailes, Broken Bow Travelers


P – Mitch Hardy, Minnesota Angels
P – Grant Patterson, Kitchener Rivershark Twins (1-0, shutout)
P – Don Scott, Kitchener Rivershark Twins (2-0, 10 IP)
C – John Rozich, NY Gremlins
OF – Ben Enoka, Broken Bow Travelers
OF – Dan Loney, Midland Explorers
OF – Adam Saylor, Lightning
OF – Tommy Thompson, Minnesota Angels
UTIL – Mike Applegate, Minnesota Angels
UTIL – Ian Fehrman, Broken Bow Travelers
UTIL – Eddy Ketelhut, Midland Explorers
IF – Jody Eidt, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
IF – Blair Ezekiel, Kitchener Rivershark Twins
IF – Sean O’Brien, Broken Bow Travelers
IF – Gavin Smith, Minnesota Angels


1. Kitchener Rivershark Twins, Ambler, PA (5-0)
2. Broken Bow Travelers, Broken Bow, IA (3-2)
3. Minnesota Angels, West St. Paul, MN (6-2)
4. Lightning, Marshall, MI (3-2)
5t. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (2-2)
5t. Midland Explorers, Midland, MI (3-3)
7t. Pueblo Bandits, Pueblo, CO (2-2)
7t. Albaugh, Inc, Elkhart, IA (2-2)
9t. Duncan Outlaws, Elkhart, IN (1-2)
9t. Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL (2-2)
9t. The Bar, Appleton, WI (1-2)
9t. Dolan & Murphy, Aurora, IL (0-3)
13t. Stock Pack, Ashland, OH (0-3)
13t. Anderson Lawmen, Anderson, IN (0-3)


The tournament was a three game guarantee format.

2010 ASA Girls Gold 18-Under Fast Pitch Nationals

2010 held in Marietta, Georgia on August 1-7.

Champion – East Cobb Bullets, Kennesaw, Georgia
Runner Up –North Florida, Dunnellon, Florida


1. East Cobb Bullets, Kennesaw, GA (7-0)
2. North Florida, Dunnellon, FL (10-2)
3. Team Florida, Clearwater, FL (5-2)
4. Texas Impact Gold, Houston, TX (5-2)
5t. TN Xplosion, Hendersonville, TN (4-2)
5t. Miami Stingrays 18U, Miami, FL (5-2)
7t. California Breeze, Sacramento, CA (4-2)
7t. Birmingham Vipers Hayes, Birmingham, AL (5-2)
9t. Houston Power Glowacz, Houston, TX (3-2)
9t. Gold Coast Hurricanes, Plantation, FL (3-2)
9t. Newtown Rock 18 Gold, Holland, PA (5-2)
9t. Georgia Elite, Douglasville, GA (3-2)
13t. Georgia Elite Sampson, Snellville, GA (3-2)
13t. Texas Blaze Gold, Round Rock, TX (3-2)
13t. Aces Express, Sugarland, TX (4-2)
13t. Texas Peppers Gold, Magnolia, TX (4-2)
17t. Texas Glory Gold Adkins, McKinney, TX (2-2)
17t. Texas Sudden Impact Gold, Spring, TX (2-2)
17t. Texas Bombers Gold, New Braunfels, TX (2-2)
17t. Beverly Bandits Gold, Overland Park, KS (2-2)
17t. So Cal Firecrackers, Huntington Beach, CA (2-2)
17t. Wichita Mustangs Gold 18U, Wichita, KS (3-2)
17t. New Lenox Lightning, New Lenox, IL (3-2)
17t. Oklahoma Force Gold, Yukon, OK (3-2)
25t. Wagners Gold, Arnold, MD (2-2)
25t. Strike Force 18U Guerra, Huntington Beach, CA (2-2)
25t. SGV Velocity, Pasadena, CA (2-2)
25t. Fury Fast Pitch Gold, Chattanooga, TN (2-2)
25t. The Next Level, Temecula, CA (2-2)
25t. St. Louis Chaos, St. Louis, MO (2-2)
25t. Northwest Eruption Gold, Kelso, WA (2-2)
25t. Alabama Crusaders Gold, Birmingham, AL (2-2)
33t. Jets Gold, Agoura Hills, CA (1-2)
33t. Atlanta Vipers 18 Gold, Atlanta, GA (1-2)
33t. Oregon Panthers Gold, Keizer, OR (1-2)
33t. Polar Crush Gold, Ashby, MA (1-2)
33t. OC Elite Gold Esteban, Mission Viejo, CA (1-2)
33t. Texas Rapid Fire Gold, Flower Mound, TX (1-2)
33t. Mizuno Pride, Torrance, CA (1-2)
33t. Georgia Impact Watts, Douglasville, GA (1-2)
33t. St. Louis Fusion Gold, St. Louis, MO (1-2)
33t. MN Irish 18U Gold, Rosemount, MN (1-2)
33t. TX Travelers Gold (Huddleston), Quitman, TX (1-2)
33t. Virginia Legends 18 Elite, Virginia Beach, VA (1-2)
33t. NJ Pride Gold, Bloomfield, NJ (1-2)
33t. Oregon Thunder Gold, Aloha, OR (1-2)
33t. Fury Softball 18U, Temecula, CA (1-2)
33t. Lady Orioles Gold, Glen Burnie, MD (1-2)
49t. Kansas City Peppers, Olathe, KS (0-2)
49t. USA Athletics, Long Beach, CA (0-2)
49t. Finesse, Commerce, MI (0-2)
49t. Power Surge Gold, El Cajon, CA (0-2)
49t. Case Batbusters, San Clemente, CA (0-2)
49t. CA Bears, Martinez, CA (0-2)
49t. Oklahoma Exclusive Gold, Midwest City, OK (0-2)
49t. Oregon Silver Bullets Gold Black, Aloha, OR (0-2)
49t. New Jersey Breakers Gold Salvatore, Monroe, NJ (0-2)
49t. GA Impact 18 Gold-Miller, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
49t. Strike Zone, Fremont, CA (0-2)
49t. All American Sports Academy-18 Gold, Woodland, CA (0-2)
49t. Absolute Blast, Bellevue, WA (0-2)
49t. NW Fireballs, Sherwood, OR (0-2)
49t. Miami Valley Xpress Gold, West Carrollton, OH (0-2)
49t. Hit Away Gold, Houston, TX (0-2)

2010 ASA Women’s Open Slow Pitch Nationals

2010 held at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Champion:  Enough Said, Tallahassee, Florida
Runner Up: Derby Girls, Seattle, Washington

After Enough Said defeated the US Armed Forces 7-5, the Derby Girls eliminated the Armed Forces 18-15 in the Losers Bracket Final to get a shot at the Championship against Enough Said. But, it wasn’t meant to be. Despite the power of Derby Girls’ Christan Dowling who cracked 5 HRs and had 17 RBIs in the tournament, Enough Said put the Derby Girls away with a 12-4 Championship game win. Enough Said went undefeated with a 3-0 record to claim the ASA Women’s Open National Championship title defeating Derby Girls/Combat (3-2), 12-4, in the title game. Enough Said worked its way through the winner’s bracket with two wins against Derby Girls, the Championship victory and 18-7 victory, and a 7-5 win over Armed Forces. Enough Said earned its spot in the Championship Game after defeating Armed Forces 7-5. Armed Forces and Derby Girls/Combat then met up to avoid elimination and earn a spot in the title game. Derby Girls staved off elimination defeating the Armed Forces 18-15. The Derby Girls took an early 11-2 lead in the first and would hold the lead the entire game. The Armed Forces wouldn’t go down without a fight scoring four runs in the top of the seventh to threaten but the Derby Girls held their lead for the win. Misty Smith of the Derby Girls was 2-for-3 with four RBI to lead the team. With a victory, the Derby Girls moved on to face Enough Said for the Championship game. Enough Said and Derby Girls both put a run up in the first with Enough Said scoring three more in the third to take the lead of which they would never give up. It looked like the Derby Girls would cut the lead in the sixth when they loaded up the bases. However a fly out left runners stranded. Enough Said scored three unanswered runs in the top of the seventh to take away a 12-4 victory and National Championship performance for the second consecutive year. Nikki Hall, who was later named the Batting Champion, was ecstatic about the weekend and very thankful to her teammate, coach and the ASA. Hall finished the tournament 9-for-11 with six runs scored and five RBI, hitting .818.

  • MVP – Nikki Hall, Enough Said (9-11, .818, 5 RBI, 7 Runs)
  • Batting Leader – Nikki Hall, Enough Said (9-11) – .818
  • Home Run Leader – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls (12-20, .600, 17 RBI) – 5


P – Deb Tix, Derby Girls
C – Erin Brown, Derby Girls
IF – Christian Camp, Armed Forces
IF – Nikki Hall, Enough Said
IF – Christan Dowling, Derby Girls
IF – Stacie Symonds, Enough Said
OF – Shannika Taylor, Armed Forces
OF – Tracy Bougere, Enough Said
OF – Aree Jenkins, Enough Said
OF – Jessie Griffin, Enough Said
UT – Jamie McCoy, LOA
UT – Misty Smith, Derby Girls
UT – Diana Williams, Enough Said


1. Enough Said, Tallahassee, FL (3-0)
2. Derby Girls, Seattle, WA (3-2)
3. Armed Forces, Washington, D.C. (1-2)
4. LOA, Purcell, OK (1-2)
5. Hit List, Moore, OK (0-2)