Category: ASA

2024 NCAA Women’s College World Series

2024 held at Devon Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on May 30-June 7.

Runner Up


  • Most Outstanding Player
  • Batting Leader
  • RBI Leader
  • RBI Leader
  • RBI Leader
  • Home Run Leader
  • ERA Leader
  • Strikeout Leader


  • TBD


  1. UCLA 4 Alabama 1
  2. Oklahoma 9 Duke 1 (6 innings)
  3. Texas 4 Stanford 0
  4. Florida 1 Oklahoma State 0
  5. Alabama 2 Duke 1 (Duke eliminated)
  6. Stanford 8 Oklahoma State 0 (6 innings) (Oklahoma State eliminated)
  7. UCLA vs. Oklahoma
  8. Texas vs. Florida
  9. Alabama vs.
  10. Stanford vs.


7t. Oklahoma State Cowgirls (0-2)
7t. Duke Blue Devils (0-2)


  1. Texas
  2. Oklahoma
  3. Tennessee
  4. Florida
  5. Oklahoma State
  6. UCLA
  7. Missouri
  8. Stanford
  9. LSU
  10. Duke
  11. Georgia
  12. Arkansas
  13. Louisiana
  14. Alabama
  15. Florida State
  16. Texas A&M



  1. Texas 5 Siena 0
  2. Northwestern 7 St. Francis (PA) 2
  3. Texas 14 Northwestern 2 (5 innings)
  4. St. Francis (PA) 1 Siena 0 (Siena eliminated)
  5. Northwestern 5 St. Francis (PA) 1 (St. Francis eliminated)
  6. Texas 7 Northwestern 0 (Northwestern eliminated)

Texas qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Oklahoma 9 Cleveland State 0
  2. Oregon 8 Boston University 0
  3. Oklahoma 6 Oregon 3
  4. Boston University 8 Cleveland State 0 (5 innings) (Cleveland State eliminated)
  5. Oregon 8 Boston University 2 (Boston University eliminated)
  6. Oklahoma 3 Oregon 2 (Oregon eliminated)

Oklahoma qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Tennessee 3 Dayton 0
  2. Virginia 7 Miami (OH) 0
  3. Tennessee 12 Virginia 0 (5 innings)
  4. Miami (OH) 4 Dayton 0 (Dayton eliminated)
  5. Virginia 6 Miami (OH) 0 (Miami OH eliminated)
  6. Tennessee 6 Virginia 9 (Virginia eliminated)

Tennessee qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Florida 6 Florida Gulf Coast 0
  2. South Alabama 1 Florida Atlantic 0
  3. Florida 9 South Alabama 1 (5 innings)
  4. Florida Gulf Coast 3 Florida Atlantic 2 (Florida Atlantic eliminated)
  5. South Alabama 5 Florida Gulf Coast 1 (Florida Gulf Coast eliminated)
  6. Florida 9 South Alabama 1 (South Alabama eliminated)

Florida qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Oklahoma State 6 Northern Colorado 0
  2. Kentucky 4 Michigan 3
  3. Oklahoma State 6 Kentucky 2
  4. Michigan 4 Northern Colorado 2 (Northern Colorado eliminated)
  5. Michigan 4 Kentucky 2 (Kentucky eliminated)
  6. Oklahoma State 4 Michigan 1 (Michigan eliminated)

Oklahoma State qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. UCLA 9 Grand Canyon 0 (5 innings)
  2. Virginia Tech 5 San Diego State 1
  3. UCLA 7 Virginia Tech 6
  4. Grand Canyon 9 San Diego State 7 (San Diego State eliminated)
  5. Grand Canyon 4 Virginia Tech 1 (Virginia Tech eliminated)
  6. UCLA 9 Grand Canyon 1 (Grand Canyon eliminated)

UCLA qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Omaha 3 Missouri 1 (9 innings)
  2. Washington 8 Indiana 7
  3. Omaha 3 Washington 2
  4. Missouri 5 Indiana 1 (Indiana eliminated)
  5. Missouri 4 Washington 1 (Washington eliminated)
  6. Missouri 5 Omaha 1
  7. Missouri 1 Omaha 0 (9 innings) (Omaha eliminated)

Missouri qualifies for the Super Regional, 4-1.


  1. Stanford 8 St. Mary’s 6
  2. Mississippi State 1 Cal State Fullerton 0
  3. Stanford 2 Mississippi State 1
  4. Cal State Fullerton 6 St. Mary’s 1 (St. Mary’s eliminated)
  5. Cal State Fullerton 7 Mississippi State 0 (Mississippi State eliminated)
  6. Cal State Fullerton 8 Stanford 1
  7. Stanford 4 Cal State Fullerton 2 (Cal State Fullerton eliminated)

Stanford qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-1.


  1. LSU 5 Jackson State 0
  2. Southern Illinois 5 Cal 4
  3. LSU 4 Southern Illinois 1
  4. Cal 15 Jackson State 0 (5 innings) (Jackson State eliminated)
  5. Southern Illinois 3 Cal 2 (Cal eliminated)
  6. LSU 9 Southern Illinois 0 (Southern Illinois elimated)

LSU qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Duke 6 Morgan State 1
  2. South Carolina 2 Utah 1
  3. Duke 8 South Carolina 0 (6 innings)
  4. Utah 1 Morgan State 0 (Morgan State eliminated)
  5. South Carolina 5 Utah 1 (Utah eliminated)
  6. Duke 10 South Carolina 1 (South Carolina eliminated)

Duke qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Georgia 8 UNC Wilmington 0 (5 innings)
  2. Liberty 6 Charlotte 3
  3. Liberty 7 Georgia 3
  4. Charlotte 5 UNC Wilmington 0 (UNC Wilmington eliminated)
  5. Georgia 5 Charlotte 0 (Charlotte eliminated)
  6. Georgia 14 Liberty 5
  7. Georgia 3 Liberty 2 (Liberty eliminated)

Georgia qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Arkansas 3 SE Missouri 2
  2. Arizona 14 Villanova 3 (5 innings)
  3. Arizona 2 Arkansas 1
  4. Villanova 4 SE Missouri 1 (SE Missouri eliminated)
  5. Villanova 7 Arkansas 2 (Arkansas eliminated)
  6. Arizona 9 Villanova 4 (Villanova eliminated)

Arizona qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Louisiana 8 Princeton 9 (5 innings)
  2. Baylor 3 Ole Miss 1
  3. Baylor 8 Louisiana 0 (5 innings)
  4. Princeton 4 Ole Miss 2 (Ole Miss eliminated)
  5. Louisiana 2 Princeton 1 (8 innings)
  6. Louisiana 13 Baylor 0
  7. Baylor 4 Louisiana 3 (Louisiana eliminated)

Baylor qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-1.


  1. Alabama 1 SC Update 0
  2. Southeastern Louisiana 6 Clemson 2
  3. Alabama 6 Southeastern Louisiana 3 (9 innings)
  4. Clemson 8 SC Upstate 0 (6 innings) (SC Upstate eliminated)
  5. Southeastern Louisiana 6 Clemson 0 (Clemson eliminated)
  6. Alabama 12 Southeastern Louisiana 2 (Southeastern Louisiana eliminated)

Alabama qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Florida State 3 Chattanooga 2
  2. UCF 11 Auburn 6
  3. Florida State 5 UCF 1
  4. Auburn 9 Chattanooga 0 (Chattanooga eliminated)
  5. Auburn 2 UCF 1 (12 innings) (UCF eliminated)
  6. Florida State 10 Auburn 4 (Auburn eliminated)

Florida State qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.


  1. Texas A&M 6 Albany 2
  2. Texas State 4 Penn State 2
  3. Texas A&M 1 Texas State 0
  4. Penn State 9 Albany 3 (Albany eliminated)
  5. Texas State 8 Penn State 4 (Penn State eliminated)
  6. Texas A&M 8 Texas State 0 (Texas State eliminated)

Texas A&M qualifies for the Super Regional, 3-0.



  1. Texas A&M 6 Texas 1
  2. Texas 9 Texas A&M 8
  3. Texas 6 Texas A&M 5

Texas qualifies for the WCWS 2-1.


  1. Oklahoma 11 Florida State 3 (5 innings)
  2. Oklahoma 4 Florida State 2

Oklahoma qualifies for the WCWS 2-0.


  1. Tennessee 3 Alabama 2
  2. Alabama 3 Tennessee 2 (14 innings)
  3. Alabama 4 Tennessee 1

Alabama qualifies for the WCWS 2-1.


  1. Florida 4 Baylor 2
  2. Baylor 5 Florida 2
  3. Florida 5 Baylor 3

Florida qualifies for the WCWS 2-1.


  1. Oklahoma State 8 Arizona 0 (5 innings)
  2. Oklahoma State 10 Arizona 4

Oklahoma State qualifies for the WCWS 2-0.


  1. UCLA 8 Georgia 0 (6 innings)
  2. UCLA 6 Georgia 1

UCLA qualifies for the WCWS 2-0.


  1. Duke 6 Missouri 3
  2. Missouri 3 Duke 1
  3. Duke 4 Missouri 3 (9 innings)

Duke qualifies for the WCWS 2-1.


  1. LSU 11 Stanford 1
  2. Stanford 3 LSU 0
  3. Stanford 8 LSU 0 (6 innings)

Stanford qualifies for the WCWS 2-1.


  • Honda Sports Award
  • USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
  • NFCA Player of the Year 
  • NFCA National Pitcher of the Year
  • Softball America Pitcher of the Year
  • NFCA National Freshman of the Year
  • Softball America Freshman of the Year
  • NCAA Defensive Player of the Year
  • NFCA Catcher of the Year
  • NFCA Golden Shoe Award


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Cyril ‘Stoney’ Burke

Stoney Burke

Stoney Burke (1942-2024)

Stoney was a born and raised Texan who spent 23 years playing fast pitch softball in leagues. Softball became his biggest passion which he then instilled in his two daughters. White coaching his girls, he decide to join USA Softball (formerly known as ASA) in 1987 serving as the president of the girls league North West Sports Association. He also served as the president of the Coastal Girls Softball Association from 1989-1991 and became the founder of the Greater Houston Girls Softball Association, which is currently the governing body of the girls youth softball leagues for Houston.

Stoney had such a drive and passion to continue being involved with the world of softball after his daughters finished their careers. He continued to coach many talented girls for a few more years; most of whom went on to play in college and a few who played for the Women’s Olympic team. After hanging up his hat for coaching, he knew his passion to be involved needed to continue. He became the JO Commissioner for the Houston area in 1992 which led to him becoming the Houston Commissioner for USA Softball in 2010 thru the present.

Cyril’s influence in USA Softball impacted so many young individuals along the way, he leaves an amazing legacy behind in the world of softball. Along with his passion for softball, Stoney also had a passion for camping and spending weekends traveling with family and friends. Being present with his grandchildren and family was always most important for him.

Stoney was born in Bryan, Texas and lived in in Cypress, he graduated from Texas A&M University in 1970 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration.

Eddie Andrews

Eddie Andrews

Eddie Andrews (1940-2023)

Edward Loren Andrews passed away on December 31st, 2023. He was 83 years old. Eddie was born December 1st, 1940 in Miami, Florida. He had three children; Kenny, Ronnie, and Sandy. However, in 2020, he learned through that he was the biological father of a daughter who was born one year before his eldest son, Diana. Eddie divorced and remarried Patricia Jankovich in 2001. Ed worked for the City of Hialeah, Parks and Recreation and retired in 1990.

He also worked for the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) as a Commissioner from the City of Hialeah from 1975 until he retired in 2004. Ed and Patty loved to spend time with family and friends, loved to travel and spend their summers in their vacation home in Butte, Montana.A former long-time Commissioner for ASA/USA Softball of South Florida (1974-2004), Andrews also worked for the City of Hialeah, Florida in the Parks & Recreation department – retiring in 1990.

An avid traveler, Eddie and his wife, Patty, enjoyed spending the summers in their Butte, Montana vacation home and loved spending time with friends and family. Eddie is survived by his wife Patricia Andrews, his children Diana Seifreit, Kenneth Andrews, Ronald Andrews, and Sandra Tabert and his three grandchildren, Ethan Andrews, Emmy Andrews and Caitlyn Tabert.

Eddie’s dedication to the sport of softball is greatly appreciated and will leave a legacy that will continue for decades to come.

Vinnie Caserto

Vinnie Caserto

Vinnie Caserto (1946-2023)

Calling fast pitch softball “the greatest team sport that I ever played,” Caserto was a pitcher’s nightmare between 1971 and 1984 playing for the Little Brahaus Brewers of Poughkeepsie, NY, the Raybestos Cardinals of Stratford, CT and the Franklin Cardinals of West Haven, CT. A four-time All-American, he smashed 170 homers and drove in 583 runs during his career to go along with his .329 lifetime batting average. Four of the eight years he played for the Cardinals he led them in batting and was twice named an All-American (1976 and 1983). He also twice was an alternate for the USA Pan American team (1979 and 1983). He also batted .280 in the 1984 ISF World Championship. In his first year (’76) with the Cardinals, Caserto led the team in batting (.384) and homers (11). In 1979, he again led the team in batting (.360) and homers (18). He played in 11 ASA national tourneys and twice was a member of a national championship team (1976 and 1983). Before joining the Cardinals, Caserto starred for Little Brauhaus and helped them finish third twice in the national championship. Caserto batted .336 in his first year with Poughkeepsie and was an All-American. He batted .444 in the 1972 national championship to lead all hitters as well as being named an All-American again. Caserto was born June 12, 1946.

Vinnie Caserto, who passed away on Wednesday, December 20, 2023. He was 77 years old.

York’s Sue Ilyes honored by National Softball Hall of Fame induction

Sue Ilyes says it was a full-circle moment returning to USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City on Oct. 28. She had been on the field before, way back in 1981. The site has become one of the sport’s most hallowed grounds since then, now a 13,000-seat cathedral best known for hosting the Women’s College World Series.

Forty-two years ago, she was a star shortstop for an All-American slow pitch softball team that made the trip for the first-ever Hall of Fame Classic. The team defeated North Carolina-based Howard’s Rubi-Otts, who a year prior had traveled to York and won the 1980 Amateur Softball Association national championship over Ilyes’ York Barbelletes.

This time, Ilyes was in town to be inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame.

Sue Corcoran Bupp Ilyes was among nine inductees in the Hall’s 2023 class. She joined an exclusive club of 449 members, and she was only the 14th women’s slow pitch standout to be enshrined.

“It’s just been a full-circle moment for me that I got to go back on that field, I got to stand at shortstop and relive that again. That was really special to me,” Ilyes said. “And then to have this award on top of it, it was 100 times more than what I thought it would be.”


Ilyes is one of the most decorated slow pitch softball players of all time and arguably the greatest ever from Pennsylvania. During a 35-year career that began in 1972 — the year she graduated from Dallastown High School — Ilyes received a combined 18 All-American and All-World honors. She was part of eight national title teams with the Erie-based Lakerettes and won national championship MVP in 1998.

“I would have never expected this,” Ilyes said of the national awards and recognition. “I just went out to play ball. I loved playing softball, I loved the people I hung out with. Both teams, we were a family. We always did things together. If we weren’t playing ball together, we were doing something together. It was the best experience that I’ve had as far as sports goes.”

National treasures: It started with Ilyes’ father, Gerald R. Corcoran Sr. — better known as “Cork” — who played competitive softball himself when Sue was growing up. The family moved to the York area in 1969 and Sue began playing for a local team sponsored by Frank’s Steak Shop. After the group won the city championship, York Barbell owner Bob Hoffman jumped in as a sponsor. The Barbellets, coached by Cork, became a national powerhouse in the 1970s and were a massively popular draw in the area. Hoffman used his vast resources to send the Barbellets around the country, even funding a 10-day trip to Hawaii for a showcase.

The team name changed after Hoffman stopped sponsoring softball in 1982. The group remained largely intact, though, competing as Mr. Dario’s and the self-sponsored York Pacers. They reached ASA nationals twice but didn’t reach the heights of the Barbellets. As the team slowly disbanded, legendary Lakerettes coach Art Hoover invited a handful of players to join his team, which had been a familiar competitor at weekend tournaments throughout the years. Ilyes made the jump in 1993.

“That’s when it took off,” she said.

The Lakerettes immediately became a fixture at nationals and finally claimed the championship in 1998 and 1999. They also played in the 35-and-over division and won six straight titles from 1999-2004. In their last runs at the Major National level, they finished second in 2000 and third in 2001. Ilyes — who primarily played second base for the Lakerettes — was named ASA Player of the Decade for the 1990s.

The York Area Sports Hall of Fame inducted Ilyes in its 2009 class, and she went into the USA Softball of Pennsylvania Hall of Fame with multiple teammates this March. But she still never gave much thought to “the big one,” even though the three players who had been named Player of the Decade before her had all been in the Hall since at least 2007.

She was nominated by Steve Dimitry, who runs the Softball History USA website dedicated to preserving the history of high-level softball in all forms. Ilyes and Dimitry had never met before Dimitry called Don Ilyes, Sue’s husband, to establish contact.

“I got a phone call one day … he said, ‘What’s your wife’s phone number?’ And I said, ‘Well, who are you?’” Don Ilyes said with a laugh. “And that’s how it started … and it just rolled from there.”

The email from the National Softball Hall of Fame came early in the summer, giving Sue Ilyes a few months to make plans and prepare her speech. She and Don flew to Oklahoma City on Thursday, Oct. 26, did sightseeing that Friday and got a tour of the complex and museum on Saturday morning. The banquet was that evening, and Sue went home with a plaque, a ring and a full-sized bat with her name inscribed on it. (She’ll need to keep that one away from her 7-year-old grandson, she joked.)

‘Cherry on top’: Sue and Don Ilyes met at the softball field — where else? — and eventually married in 1994. Don Ilyes was also a high-level player on one of Hoffman’s York teams and later served as an assistant coach with the Lakerettes. The couple balanced their family life with full-time jobs and copious weekend travel.

Sue Ilyes has remained connected to the game since hanging up her spikes — she has volunteered with the West York softball team in recent years and helmed a short-lived softball program at Penn State York — but isn’t one to boast about her playing accomplishments. It’s Don who makes sure those aren’t forgotten.

“We have a hall in our house that, if it wasn’t for me, (the plaques) wouldn’t be there,” Don Ilyes said. “They’d still be down in the basement.”

Softball was never a job for Sue Ilyes, even if her teams carried themselves like professionals when it was time for business. She was offered opportunities to play outside the state — one team in North Carolina offered her a job and a house — but never moved out of York County. She didn’t see herself as above her teammates despite her distinguished achievements. Her memories of “Saturday Night Live” watch parties in the 1970s are as fond as those of championships in the ’90s.

It was never about MVPs or All-American selections or Hall of Fame inductions. At its core, softball was how Ilyes chose to spend her time away from work. In that time, though, she left a legacy that will now be commemorated forever.

Al Dattolo

Al Dattolo

Al Dattolo (1946-2023)

Al was born on Monday, August 5, 1946, in Brooklyn, New York, to the late Carmine Dattolo and the late Ann Cardille Dattolo. Al was a Captain in the United States Army and served for 27 years in the Army Reserves and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He later retired as an attorney with the United States Government. Al enjoyed umpiring softball games, refereeing basketball games, and worked closely with GHSA, USA Softball, and MBOA – basketball.

Al was the Georgia USA Softball Commissioner from 2006-2023 and was recently named the Region 3 Vice President serving on the USA Softball Board of Directors. Al passed away on October 2, 2023.

Jack Aaron

Jack Aaron

Jack Aaron

Jack Aaron (1934-2023)

Served ASA as president from 1993-1994. Was first player rep ever elected to that position. First player rep to become a member of the ASA Executive Board. Former president of the Texas ASA from 1978-1986. Served five consecutive terms as Texas Region vice president. Succeeded W.W. (Bill) Kethan as commissioner of Texas ASA in 1986 and did an outstanding job before becoming executive director of the Texas ASA in 1997. Jack was a former sponsor and player. Born May 11, 1934 in Stanford, Texas. Has lived in Waco, Texas since 1941. Jack passed away on September 22, 2023.

He dedicated many years to Amateur Softball Association all for the love of the sport. He was a former player and sponsor for many years with the Aaron family spending their summers at softball tournaments.

He was former president of the Texas ASA from 1978-1986. Jack served five consecutive terms as Texas Region vice president to the ASA, was commissioner of Texas ASA in 1986, and became executive director of the Texas ASA in 1997.

He served as President of ASA from 1993-1994. He was first at-large player-rep ever elected to that position. He was the first player-rep to become a member of the ASA Executive Board.

In 1995, Jack received Meritorious Service award and was inducted in the ASA Hall of Fame.

He had great memories of attending 1996 Atlanta Olympics for first ever women’s fast-pitch softball games, throwing out honorary first pitch at a game, and watching USA women softball team win the first Olympic gold medal. His involvement in the ASA led to many friendships and travels across America, and other travels including Canada, New Foundland, and Taiwan.

2023 ASA Men’s A Slow Pitch Nationals

2023 held at Hall of Fame Stadium Complex in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 3-4.

Champion – RoofX/Revolution Athletics, Topeka, Indiana
Runner Up – LSR/Riot, Jasonville, Indiana

Closing out Labor Day weekend and the 2023 event season at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, RoofX/Revolution Athletics earned the Men’s Class A Slow Pitch National Championship title today following a dominant 34-12 (four innings) run-rule win over LSR/Riot in the final contest. The Championship squad ended the double-elimination tournament with the lone undefeated record and 139 runs scored across five games played.

Making its way to the Championship contest with a pristine 4-0 record, RoofX/Revolution Athletics kicked off the tournament on Sunday morning with a 24-8 win against BYB Sports followed by three additional victories over T’s 13 (24-5), Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli (31-15) and Ductech/Budweiser (26-20) to advance to the title game on Monday, Sept. 4.

The tournament Runner-Up, LSR/Riot, started its path to the Championship with two wins against Infinity Contractors (33-24) and Comatose/S2N/Monsta (33-28) before falling to Ductech/Budweiser, 25-17, to drop to the loser’s bracket on Sunday evening. Responding with a 39-run game to pick up a win over T’s 13, the squad earned a spot in Monday’s play, going on to defeat Comatose/S2N/Monsta, 42-28, before redeeming itself with a 33-13 run-rule win against Ductech/Budweiser to move on to the Championship contest against RoofX/Revolution Athletics.

Rolling into its third game on Championship Monday, LSR/Riot opened with a pair of singles followed by a home run to left field to jump ahead to an early 3-0 lead. Unfazed and fresh in its first appearance of the day, RoofX/Revolution Athletics led off with a double, single and sac-fly to put one on the board in its half of the inning while back-to-back singles followed by a walk set the stage for another sac-fly and a home run as RoofX/Revolution Athletics took the lead, 7-3, going into the second. Three home runs for LSR/Riot in the next at-bat was enough to tie the game but a one-out triple and its third sac-fly allowed RoofX/Revolution Athletics to pull ahead once again – taking an 8-7 lead after two innings of play. The competition continuing through the third inning, LSR/Riot pieced together a pair of singles and home runs to plate five runs to steal back the 12-8 lead while RoofX/Revolution Athletics answered back with four quick runs of its own to open the bottom of the frame and keep its foot on the gas – loading the bases and blasting a grand slam to center field to extend the lead, 17-12. LSR/Riot mustered two singles in the top of the fourth but could not manage to score a run as the game advanced to the bottom of the frame with the momentum favoring RoofX/Revolution Athletics. Scoring 17 runs on no outs, the RoofX/Revolution Athletics offense exploded in its fourth at-bat to propel the squad to a 34-12 (four innings) run-rule victory and the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class A National Championship title.

The RoofX/Revolution Athletics compiled a .660 batting average and .677 on-base percentage in its five games while also recording a 1.469 slugging percentage and blasting 138 hits – including 61 singles, 30 doubles, two triples and 45 home runs while walking 19 times. Two members of the U.S. Men’s Futures Slow Pitch National Team were represented on the Championship squad with Jeremy Fry and Ryan McClanahan helping to lead the team to victory.

Posting a 5-2 record throughout the tournament, LSR/Riot tallied 213 hits – 117 singles, 30 doubles, six triples and 60 home runs – combining for a .625 team batting average and a .649 on-base percentage with 207 runs and 27 walks.

  • MVP – Kyle Miller, RoofX/Revolution Athletics (17-19, .895, 6 HRs, 16 RBIs, 12 Runs)
  • HR Leader – Mitchell Dunse, Comatose/S2N/Monsta (22-32, .688, 33 RBIs, 13 Runs) – 10
  • Batting Leader – Kyle Miller, RoofX/Revolution Athletics –  (17-19, 6 HRs, 16 RBIs, 12 Runs) – .895


P – Jerry Williams – LSR/Riot (18-26, .692, 2 HR, 14 RBI, 9 Runs)
IF – Jeremy Fry – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (17-22, .773, 6 HR, 18 RBI, 14 Runs)
IF – Steven Hathaway – LSR/Riot (23-30, 767, 3 HR, 16 RBI, 18 Runs)
IF – Erik Hilgren – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (27-33, .818, 7 HR, 31 RBI, 19 Runs)
IF – Tyler Jensen – T’s 13 (16-20, .800, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 11 Runs)
IF – Jon Troyer – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (18-22, .818, 8 HR, 16 RBI, 16 Runs)
OF – Anthony Acevedo – Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli (15-21, .714, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 9 Runs)
OF – Mitch McLain – Tharaldson (15-19, .789, 5 HR, 10 RBI, 11 Runs)
OF – Jarred Vanderhoof – Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli (15-18, .833, 4 HR, 10 RBI, 15 Runs)
OF – Kye Winter – The Herd (13-17, .765, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 7 Runs)
UTIL – Tyler Barrett – BYB Sports (15-18, .833, 7 HR, 16 RBI, 10 Runs)
UTIL – Kyle Miller – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (17-19, .895, 6 HR, 16 RBI, 12 Runs)
UTIL – Jeff Roxby – Ductech/Budweiser (18-24, .750, 8 HR, 18 RBI, 17 Runs)
UTIL – Zack Woodside – The Herd (13-17, .765, 8 HR, 20 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Branden Yoder – RoofX/Revolution Athletics (17-22, .773, 6 HR, 21 RBI, 16 Runs)


P – Justin Mucciarelli – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (7-13, .538, 3 RBI, 4 Runs, 5-0 pitching)
IF – Faron Fry – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (15-22, .722, 5 HR, 12 RBI, 10 Runs)
IF – Cory Neugebauer – Ductech/Budweiser (16-23, .696, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 10 Runs)
IF – Michael Rainier – LSR/Riot (28-38, .737, 6 HR, 16 RBI, 28 Runs)
IF – Mike Snyder – BYB Sports (14-19, .737, 4 HR, 9 RBI, 19 Runs)
IF – Tanner Unkel – The Herd (13-18, 722, 5 HR, 12 RBI, 13 Runs)
OF – Adam Aceto – Ductech/Budweiser (13-28, .722, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 11 Runs)
OF – Austin Andrews – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (24-32, .750, 4 HR, 15 RBI, 22 Runs)
OF – Matt Stefanski – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (24-33, .727, 4 HR, 9 RBI, 22 Runs)
OF – Damian Wiblin – Northwoods Elite/Pure (13-19, .684, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 10 Runs)
UTIL – Mitchell Dunse – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (22-32, .688, 10 HR, 33 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Zack Goleniak – LSR/Riot (27-37, . 730, 9 HR, 27 RBI, 26 Runs)
UTIL – Terry Lambright – Roofx/Revolution Athletics (16-22, .727, 3 HR, 14 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Phil Matte – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (26-36, .722, 4 HR, 11 RBI, 23 Runs)
UTIL – Dan Rothbauer – Northwoods Elite/Pure (14-19, .737, 6 HR, 11 RBI, 11 Runs)


Craig Colb, Northwoods Elite (16-19, .842, 4 HR, 9 RBI, 10 Runs)
Travis Noor, Northwoods Elite (16-19, .842, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 11 Runs)
AJ Bilslend, T’s 13 (11-14, .786, 4 HR, 15 RBI, 11 Runs)
Hunter Beehler, Theraldson’s (13-19, .684, 5 HR, 9 RBI, 11 Runs)
Brandon Streets, Thunder/Chosen (15-22, .682, 6 HR, 18 RBI, 13 Runs)
Alex Hovey, The Herd (12-18, .667, 4 HR, 8 RBI, 8 Runs)
Richard Roccobaldo, LSR/Riot (21-32, .656, 9 HR, 26 RBI, 16 Runs)
Kyle Pearson (LA), Thunder/Chosen (15-22, .652, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 11 Runs)
Andrew Hall, LSR/Riot (23-36, .639, 9 HR, 26 RBI, 12 Runs)
Austin Dawe, Thunder/Chosen (11-18, .611, 4 HR, 11 RBI, 9 Runs)
Ryan Pennebaker, T’s 13, (11-19, .579, 6 HR, 16 RBI, 10 Runs)
Ryan McClanahan, RoofX/Revolution (12-22, 545, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 9 Runs)


1. RoofX/Revolution Athletics, Topeka, IN (5-0)
2. LSR/Riot, Jasonville, IN (5-2)
3. Ductech/Budweiser, South St. Paul, MN (3-2)
4. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (4-2)
5t. Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli, Gladewater, TX (3-2)
5t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (3-2)
7t. Tharaldson, Fargo, ND (2-2)
7t. Northwoods Elite/Pure, Bloomer, WI (2-2)
9t. BYB Sports, N/A (2-2)
9t. Texas5/DadBods/Legacy Health, Houston, TX (1-2)
9t. Infinity Contractors, Tulsa, OK (1-2)
9t. The Herd, Urbandale, IA (2-2)
13t. Dirty Vegas/Steel/Envy, Groves, TX (0-2)
13t. Taqueros, N/A (0-2)
13t. Elevate & Celebrate, Choctaw, OK (0-2)
13t. Rogers’ Rabbits, Little Rock, AR (1-2)
17t. BSL/S&S Landscaping/Juno/Dirt Dogs, Wallingford, CT (0-2)
17t. Vivid/Killbombers, Frisco, TX (0-2)

RoofX/Revolution Athletics

RoofX/Revolution Athletics

2023 ASA Men’s B Slow Pitch Nationals

2023 held at Hall of Fame Stadium Complex in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 29-30.

Champion – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing, Sartell, Minnesota
Runner Up – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF, Gladewater, Texas

The final game of the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship came down to the wire as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing reigned victorious in the 25-23, nail-biting battle against Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF. The undefeated squad dominated throughout the tournament with five-straight wins and 120 runs scored in pursuit of the prestigious title.

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing entered the Championship contest through the winner’s bracket with a perfect 4-0 record in the tournament after opening up with a 21-19 victory over Comatose/S2N/Monsta on Friday, Sept. 1 at 12 p.m. CT. The squad advanced to face Dirty Vegas/Steel/Envy, pulling out the 29-28 victory before capping the night with a 21-18 win over The Herd. Claiming its spot in the winner’s bracket semi-final matchup on Saturday morning, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing came to play in the back-and-forth battle, walking it off in the seventh with a solo shot to center field to defeat Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF, 24-23, and move on to the title game.

Rolling through the tournament with a 4-1 overall record, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF kicked off its run with a 37-29 win over Northwoods Elite/Pure in Friday’s noon matchup before claiming back-to-back wins over JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports and Ductech/Budweiser to advance to the semi-final game against Stoop/Schmidt Roofing on Saturday morning. The squad suffered its first loss in the nail-biting matchup, dropping to the loser’s bracket before bouncing back with a 38-19 victory against The Herd to clinch a spot in the title game for a rematch against Stoop/Schmidt Roofing.

Staying hot after a loser’s bracket semifinal win, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF came out swinging with a solo blast to left to start the game followed by three singles, a double and three home runs to tally eight runs on the board after a half inning of play. Responding with five runs of its own in the bottom of the first, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing cranked out three singles, a double and two home runs to close the gap, 8-5, heading into the second inning. Each team put up three runs in the second inning with Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF tacking on two more in the top of the third before Stoop/Schmidt Roofing opened up with an offensive explosion with nine runs on two outs to take the lead, 17-13, after three. Proving to be another competitive game between the two squads, Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF quickly answered back with a handful of base hits capped with a three-run shot over the left field fence to pull ahead 18-17. The lead didn’t last long, however, as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing led off the bottom of the fourth with a home run to tie the game before the Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF defense shut it down – limiting the damage to one run.

Situational hitting from Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF in the top of the fifth paid off as a walk, single and a fly out put runners in scoring position – allowing a groundout and a double up the middle to plate two and break the tie. The pinball continued to bounce as Stoop/Schmidt Roofing came back with three to take the lead once again with a 21-20 score in the fifth while Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF also plated three in the top of the sixth to steal back the lead as the end of the game drew near. Coming down to the wire, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing passed the bat with four singles, a triple and a walk to string together four runs and pull ahead by two. Despite a single from Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF in the top of the seventh, the Stoop/Schmidt Roofing defense kept runners off the base paths, making three quick outs to close out the game and seal the 25-23 victory and claim the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class B Slow Pitch National Championship title.

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing put up impressive numbers throughout the weekend, staying consistent with a .625 team batting average and a .626 on-base percentage. A 1.157 slugging percentage saw the squad crank out a total of 155 hits with 91 singles, 28 doubles, four triples and 32 home runs through five games played – remaining as the only undefeated squad through the two-day tournament.

The Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF offense also stayed hot with a batting average of .638 on 187 hits – including 106 singles, 37 doubles, three triples and 41 home runs. The runner-up squad tallied 179 runs through six games played while recording a .672 on-base percentage and reaching first via a walk 36 times.

  • MVP – Ryan Lindgren, Stoop/Schmidt Roofing (.778 OBP, 5 HR, 21 RBI)
  • Batting Champion – Richard Buck, Comatose/S2N/Monsta – .773
  • HR Champion – Jake Freeman, Ductech/Budweiser – 7
  • HR Champion – Jeremy Fry, RoofX/Revolution Athletics – 7
  • HR Champion – Zack Woodside, Comatose/S2N/Monsta – 7


P – Mitch Carriger – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Anthony Acevedo – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Hunter Gomez – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Brady Marsh – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
IF – Zach Ranta – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
IF – Erik Zentzis – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
OF – Joseph Capparelli – Chosen/Thunder/Beloli/RF
OF – Jagger Harjo – The Herd
OF – Ryan Lindgren – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
OF – Seth VanWyk – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
UTIL – Matt Carney – The Herd
UTIL – Kyle Clark – The Herd
UTIL – Terry Lambright – RoofX/Revolution Athletics
UTIL – Jason Madsen – Stoop/Schmidt Roofing
UTIL – Brandon Yoder – RoofX/Revolution Athletics


P – Richard “Geno” Buck – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
IF – Justin Barber – Ductech/Budweiser
IF – Alex Bremer – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
IF – Erik Hilgren – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
IF – Josh Marlowe – Ductech/Budweiser
IF – Zack Woodside – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
OF – Tristan Johnston – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
OF – Chad McCarty – Ductech/Budweiser
OF – Eric O’Connell – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
OF – Matt Stefanski – Comatose/S2N/Monsta
UTIL – Nick Lemke – The Herd
UTIL – Cory Neugebauer – Ductech/Budweiser
UTIL – Scott Novak – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
UTIL – Seth Sullwold – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports
UTIL – John Mark Troyer – RoofX/Revolution Athletics


1. Stoop/Schmidt Roofing, Sartell, Minnesota (5-0)
2. Thunder/Chosen/RF/Beloli, Gladewater, TX (4-2)
3. The Herd, Urbandale, IA (5-2)
4. RoofX/Revolution Athletics, Topeka, IN (5-2)
5t. Ductech/Budweiser, South St. Paul, MN (3-2)
5t. JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports, Brooklyn Park, MN (3-2)
7t. BSL/S&S Landscaping/Juno/Dirt Dogs, Wallingford, CT (2-2)
7t. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (3-2)
9t. Dirty Vegas/Steel/Envy, Groves, TX (1-2)
9t. Armed Forces, Washington D.C. (2-2)
9t. Texas5/DadBods/Legacy Health, Houston, TX (2-2)
9t. Taqueros, N/A (1-2)
13t. LSR/Riot, Jasonville, IN  (0-2)
13t. Northwoods Elite/Pure, Bloomer, WI (1-2)
13t. Elevate & Celebrate, Choctaw, OK (0-2)
13t. Taqueros, N/A (1-2)
17t. Infinity Contractors, Tulsa, OK (0-2)
17t. BYB Sports, N/A (0-2)
17t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (0-2)
17t. Vivid/Killbombers, Frisco, TX (0-2)

Stoop/Schmidt Roofing


2023 ASA Men’s AA Slow Pitch Nationals

2023 held at Joe Schleper Stadium at Tahpah Park in Shakopee, Minnesota on August 19-20.

Champion – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S, Winter Haven, Florida
Runner Up – Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, Wisconsin

A 25-5 (five innings) run-rule victory over Comatose/S2N/Monsta (Beloit, WI) earned Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S/H Auto (Winter Haven, FL) the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class AA Slow Pitch National Championship title today in Shakopee, Minn. Adding to its accolades after claiming the Men’s Super Slow Pitch title just two days prior, Resmondo clinched four-straight games in the Class AA tournament with 102 runs scored while limiting its opponents to a low of 33.

Resmondo opened the Men’s Class AA Slow Pitch National Championship with a 29-12 victory over T’s 13 (Omaha, NE) before claiming back-to-back wins against JEC/Kevitt/P5 (Brooklyn Park, MN) and Daddy Rocks/Ductech/Hoffman (South St. Paul, MN) to cap Saturday night’s play with scores of 21-6 and 27-10, respectively, to earn a spot in the Championship matchup on Sunday, Aug. 20 at 9:30 a.m. CT.

Playing a total of six games over two days, Comatose made its way to the title contest through the loser’s bracket despite starting strong with a 13-6 victory over Tharaldson (Fargo, ND) on Saturday morning. The Wisconsin-based squad dropped a tight, 10-9, game against Daddy Rocks before winning three-straight elimination games against The Herd (Cedar Rapids, IA), Tharaldson and Daddy Rocks — outscoring its opponents 51-17 to advance to the final contest.

With a consistent scoring effort all throughout the Championship matchup, runs were scored in all but one half-inning on both sides of the field with Resmondo kicking off the first inning plating four thanks to a pair of home runs. Comatose responded with a handful of base runners and a fielder’s choice up the middle to score one – making it 4-1 going into the second. Resmondo continued to move people around in the top of the frame with two singles, a sac fly and a double along with two more home runs to extend the lead, 10-1, before Comatose strung together three base hits to set the stage for back-to-back sac flies to plate two and close the gap, 10-3.

Not wanting to mess with the mojo, Resmondo blasted another pair of home runs in the third and fourth innings while Comatose tallied two runs including a solo shot of its own with the score 19-5 after four innings of play. The top of the fifth saw Resmondo score its final six runs of the game off four singles, a double, three walks and a fielder’s choice before shutting down Comatose with a 1-2-3 inning in the bottom of the frame to clinch the 25-5 run-rule victory and the 2023 USA Softball Men’s Class AA Slow Pitch National Championship title.

  • MVP – Kyle Pearson, Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S
  • Batting Champion – Kyle Pearson, Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S – .882
  • HR Champion – Kyle Pearson, Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S – 11


P – Travis Clark – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (12-16, .750, 6 HR, 9 RBI, 8 Runs)
IF – Zach Messer – Daddy Rocks/Ductech/Hoffman (7-13, .538, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 1 Run)
IF – Kyle Pearson (FL) – Daddy Rocks/Ductech/Hoffman (8-14, .571, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 7 Runs)
IF – Jeremy Fry – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (12-15, .800, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 11 Runs)
IF – Kyle Pearson (LA) – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (15-17, .882, 11 HR, 21 RBI, 13 Runs)
IF – Kyle Overstreet – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (9-11, .818, 4 HR, 12 RBI, 8 Runs)
OF – Scott Novak – JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports (9-11, .818, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 5 Runs)
OF – Matt Stefanski – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (14-23, .609, 1 HR, 7 RBI, 7 Runs)
OF – Tristan Johnston – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (15-25, .600, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 9 Runs
OF – Brandon Yoder – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (12-15, .800, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Jared Hunt – Daddy Rocks/Ductech/Hoffman (8-10, .800, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 5 Runs)
UTIL – Austin Dawe – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (16-22, .727, 9 HR, 13 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Phil Matte – Comatose/S2N/Monsta (15-25, .600, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Tyler Marshburn – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (12-17, .706, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 13 Runs)
UTIL – Brad Reckart – Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S (9-15, .500, 3 HR, 10 RBI, 8 Runs)


Brent Zomer, The Herd (9-11, .818, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 7 Runs)
Bradley Jones, Resmondo (9-16, .563, 4 HR, 9 RBI, 8 Runs)
Mitchell Dunse, Comatose (10-18, .556, 6 RBI, 4 Runs)
Mitchell McLain, Tharaldsons (7-13, .538, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 4 Runs)
Jacob Stadler, Comatose (11-21, .524, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 4 Runs)
Terry Lambright, Daddy Rocks (7-14, .500, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 6 Runs)
Greg Connell, Daddy Rocks (7-15, .467, 4 HR, 7 RBI, 6 Runs)
Jeremy Yates, Daddy Rocks (6-14, .429, 4 HR, 8 RBI, 4 Runs)


1. Resmondo/SIS/All American/Menosse/RDD/Stub Terminal/S&S, Winter Haven, FL  (4-0)
2. Comatose/S2N/Monsta, Beloit, WI (4-2)
3. Daddy Rocks/Ductech/Hoffman, South St. Paul, MN (2-2)
4. Tharaldson, Fargo, ND (2-2)
5t. JEC/Kevitt/P5 Sports (1-2)
5t, The Herd, Urbandale, IA (1-2)
7t. Northwoods Elite/Pure, Bloomer, WI (0-2)
7t. T’s 13, Omaha, NE (0-2)