Complete Slowpitch Director List
COTTONWOOD FENCEBUSTER I
It was a sold out park and gorgeous softball weather at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood this last weekend.
ClasSick and Staying Alive were winners in the Men's Divisions while Deal With It and Delinquents won in the Coed. Also a belated congratulations to Firebirds for taking the March Classic on March 12 at Victory Lane.
Thank you for playing ISA Softball.
ISA SPRING TRAINING CLASSIC
Congratulations to the champions Primetime (pic did not turn out) and Shockers in the men's divisions and Wrecking Crew and ClasSicc in the Coed.
Thank you for playing.
This March we have very limited field space and have been unable to secure any other parks. The next tournament is the Cottonwood FenceBuster on March 18 & 19 which has been expanded to include coed teams on Sunday. The FenceBusters are played with unlimited doubles right by the river at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood.
EIGHTY-TWO (82) Teams Play in the GOLD GLOVE
The ISA/SSUSA GOLD GLOVE SPECTACULAR had 82 teams at 4 complexes across the Valley.
SSUSA - Rose Mofford, Papago & Sahuaro Ranch Parks
ISA - Victory Lane Sports Park
The Women's Division was won by ROSTER CHECK.
RACKS N SACKS won first place in their Coed Division and PHUCKETT SB was victorious in their division.
CONGRATULATIONS to all the winner. Thank you for playing.
Upcoming events include a ticket special to the DBacks vs Indians game in April. Flyers as well as the 2017 Schedule updates will be out shortly. We are waiting on all our Flagstaff dates confirmations.
ISA WINTERCUP SELLS OUT AT 60 TEAMS
Last weekend at Victory Lane sold out with 30 Men's teams, 24 Coed teams and 6 Women's teams.
Congratulations to the Men's teams - ClasSick, Mesa Boys, Shadows Foundation; the Coed teams - Roster Check, Snitches Get Stitches and the Women's teams - Krazy Pitches and Diamond Dolls.
Thank you for playing.
WORTH WARSThirty-two teams played in the Worth Wars at Victory Lane Park. Congratulations to the Men's Champions - What the Flock, Let's Get It/Team Kleen and ClasSick and to the Coed Divisions - Chug Life and Off in the Corner.
Thank you for playing.
KICKOFF KLASSIC SELLS OUT EARLY
The Kickoff Klassic sold out early and was played at both Papago and Chaparral Parks. Los Gua Guas, Moneyballers and DTP won the men's and Deal With It and Balls Deep won the coed.
Thank you for playing.
In 2017 Tournament Sports will be sanctioning all teams with SSUSA/ISA. This will allow for more opportunities for team travel as well as expand the bat list to all bats stamped with the ISA logo.
It will also provide more continuity for players moving from 35 and 40 up into SSUSA Masters program. Tournament Sports will be the ISA Southwest Regional office and hopes to expand ISA into other Arizona cities. Victory Lane has already sanctioned all its leagues for 2017 with ISA.
SEASONS GREETINGS AND THANK YOU TO ALL THE TEAMS FROM CRESCENT CROWN DISTRIBUTING
Mike "Schultzz" Esparza of Crescent Crown wanted to make sure and thank all of the teams that donated toys at the December TOYS 4 KIDS softball tournament.
The toys were distributed at various Santa pizza parties for children that needed help over Christmas.
Thank you for your generous donations of toys and taking the time and care to make this truly a special year.
We hope you all are having a warm and happy holiday. Be safe and we will see you in 2017.
TOYS 4 KIDS HOLIDAY BOWL
It was the last tournament of 2016 and the Christmas benefit for Crescent Crown at Victory Lane and Chapparal Parks.
The weather was perfect, crisp blue skies that went forever and made you glad you lived in Arizona and were outside to enjoy it.
And then the bikes started rolling in . . . Teams brought not just a $25 toy for their team discount but bikes. Bad Intentions donated 2 bikes, Project 22/American Warriors donated 3 bikes and Phat SC donated two bikes and a whole box of toys. All together at both parks 12 bikes were donated. Crescent Crown had to rent a trailer on Sunday to take all the toys to the warehouse.
What a great showing of generosity and the spirit of the season from the Arizona softball community. The children who will will ride those bikes and play with those toys on Christmas day thank you. As we did last year we will post pictures of the toys being given out to the kids at the ceremony.
Congratulations to Tremendos, Tempe Outlawz, Dirty Diamonds, Roster Check and Phuckett SB on their championship.
Have a Merry Christmas and a safe, happy holiday and we will see you back in 2o17.
WINTER WORLD CHAMPIONSThank you for playing with USA Softball.
2016 MIKE'S HARDER HWCCongratulations to all the winners. Thank you for playing with USA SOFTBALL.
MIKE'S HARDER LAST CHANCE QUALIFIER
41 Teams Qualify for MIKE'S HARDER HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Congratulations to the Champions. See you in October at the MIKE'S HARDER HWC.
Don't forget to note your free full sub jersey size when you register. Also if you have a player that wants to play in the All Star Games on Friday night - contact Leon or Terri.
Thanks for playing USA Softball
MIKE'S HARDER TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty Dollars ($8850.00) in returned entry fees were given out to 19 USA Softball Teams last weekend in the Triple Grand Slam Championships sponsored by Mike's Harder. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all the teams that make this a great annual event. Thanks for playing USA Softball.
Congratulations to the winners of the September 10th FenceBuster.
Thanks for playing USA Softball. The last 2016 Cottonwood FenceBuster is October 8th at Riverfront.
LABOR DAY COOL COUNTRY CLASSICIt was the last USA Softball tournament of 2016 up in Prescott over Labor Day. Thanks to all the teams that made the trip and Congratulations to all the winners. Thanks for playing with USA Softball. We know you have a choice.
MIKE'S HARDER TRIPLE GRAND SLAM Leg IV CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to the winners of Leg IV of the Mikes's Harder TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS.
You are qualified to play in the Mike's Harder TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS on September 10 & 11 at Victory Lane, Sahuaro Ranch and Papago Parks. The Award Amounts are as follows: Men = $4650, Coed - $3300 and Women's - $900.
Click here for the qualified team list. Your team may have also qualified by either playing in 2 legs or earning a pass down berth. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not sure if your team is qualified.
Thanks for playing USA SOFTBALL.
MIKE'S LEMONADE COED TRIPLE GRAND SLAM WINNERS
Seventeen teams in 2 brackets battled it out on Saturday night into early Sunday morning to qualify for MIKE'S LEMONADE TGS Championships.
Congratulations to Dirts n Skirts and G-Unit for finishing in first place. We will see you in the TGS Championships on September 11th. Total Award Amount in the TGS Championships is $3300 for Coed Divisions.
Thanks for playing USA Softball.
USA FLAGSTAFF TOPS OUT AT 42 TEAMS
The sun came out just in time for the Last Chance Mountain Madness, the last Flagstaff tournament of 2016. After raining every day during the week, it was in the 70's and perfect at Thorpe and Fox Glenn parks. Both parks were packed with people to play and watch the games.
Congratulations to the Champions - Sicaros, Disciples, Bullets, Pitches B Trippin and Diamond Dolls. Thank you for playing USA Softball. We know you have a choice.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2016 USA STATE CHAMPIONS
Thanks for playing USA SOFTBALL
ATC III COED LATE NITE CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to the Champions - Dirts n Skirts and Wrecking Balls. Thanks for playing USA Softball.
MOUNTAIN MADNESS II & ACT MEN'S & WOMENS
The weather was truly gorgeous in Flagstaff this weekend. It was picture perfect all day long. Congratulations to the champions and thank you to all the teams and fans that made the trip. Hope to see you at the next one.
ACTION TERMITE CONTROL II
Congratulations to Yard Dogs and Diamond Dolls. Thank you for playing
2016 TECATE HISPANIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
There was a little bit of everything this weekend with a new ASA logo unveiled (USA SOFTBALL), a marriage proposal (AYYEJAYY/CASSIE), a Birthday (Bob POLK), free Tecate manager's sub jerseys and some competitive softball prior to the ASA D Nationals.
When the dust cleared at 3:30am on Sunday morning Amigos and Primetime had won the Men's Divisions. No New Friends was victorious in the Women's and Dropped Balls had won first place in the Men's 40 Division. On a hot Sunday Wrecking Balls came back and won the Coed Division.
Thanks to all the teams that played. We know you have a choice.
This was the last Sunday day tournament for Coed teams -- for the rest of the summer all tournaments will be played on aSaturday night/ Sunday morning format. There will be separate weekends for mens and coed.
The last berths to the ASA D Nationals will be given out in the TECATE LATE NITE MEN'S STATE on July 30 & 31. Each team manager will also receive a pair of turfs courtesy of TECATE. If there additional teams that have played in a State tournament and would like to attend the ASA D Nationals in Southern Cal at BLD on August 26 -28, there may be pass down berths available. E-mail us at email@example.com if you are interested.
JUNE 25 & 26 SELLS OUT EARLY
It was another sold out weekend on June 25 & 26 with 21 teams in the ACTION TERMITE CONTROL LN CLASSIC and 22 teams playing in Prescott.
Congratulations to the winners. Thanks to all the teams that played. We know you have a choice.
MOUNTAIN MADNESS I SELLS OUT WITH 40 TEAMS
Congratulations to Aspen Creek Builders, Intoxicated, Hazbeenz and MT. Outlawz in the Mens and Amigos and Grazianos in the Coed.
Thank you for making the trip up the hill to play ASA.
The next Flagstaff tournament is MOUNTAIN MADNESS II - M & CE - July 16 & 17. Get in early if you want to play.
TECATE NIT TRAVEL MONEY CLASSIC
Forty-four (44) teams braved the 115 degree heat this last weekend to play for the travel money and berth to the Western Nationals.
In the top Men's Division, Most Hated was victorious over Autism Awareness, while Jokers Wild could not be double dipped by Nemesis Division II.
In the Women's Division, Black Widows went undefeated with Diamond Dolls/Panti Droppers taking second in the 6 team Women's Division.
On a hot Sunday, Mixed Nuts was undefeated in Division I, while ParDy An1imals beat out G-Unit in Division II.
Thanks to all the teams for feeling the heat and playing ASA.
ASA MAY CHAMPIONS
Fifty-one teams played ASA on May 21 & 22 before the big Memorial Day holiday.
Congratulations to both the Cottonwood & Triple Grand Slam winners.
The Triple Grand Slam award fund now is at $6810 with the Late Nite Coed, Men's & Women's still to come
The Flagstaff, Prescott and Action Termite Control Late Nite flyers are just out. Field space, as usual, will be limited in these tournaments.
Thank you for playing ASA.
COORS LIGHT CHAMPIONSCongratulations to all the champions.
Thanks for playing ASA.
PIONEER CLASSIC CHAMPIONSCongratulations to Chris Sobel's Underdog Towing & Recovery from Prescott, Arizona.
Thanks for playing ASA.
TECATE CINCO de MAYO MAXES OUT AT 76 TEAMS
The clouds parted and the rain stayed away at Victory Lane this weekend where all games were played as scheduled. As the balloons rose over the desert, the Tecate Cinco de Mayo was played on a picture perfect weekend.
A big thank you to all the teams and fans that turned out for the Cinco de Mayo. Thanks always to Mike "Schultzz" Esparza from Crescent Crown Distributing for the full sub jerseys for each team. Thanks to Adrian and Premier Athletics for traveling from Texas to set up their merchandise.
Finally congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing with Tournament Sports. We hope to see you all at the Hispanic Championships on October 14 - 16.
TRIPLE GRAND SLAM $$$, Leg II Qualifier
Forty-two teams played in Leg II of the Triple Grand Slam Qualifier. Congratulations to the Champions and Thanks for playing ASA.
ASA BEST IN THE WEST & COTTONWOOD FENCE BUSTER
ASA was sold out again on a busy, rainy weekend in Cottonwood, Victory Lane, Desert West and Cesar Chavez Parks.
In Cottonwood the teams Escodido, Native Grill & Wings and Banditos took Championship honors winning ASA sublimated dry fits in each of the three divisions.
In town, at Desert West, Arizona Toros defeated Most Hated and Not Compas was victorious over DC/Local Boyz.
In the nine team womens which was divided into two separate divisions, Krazy Pitches won the upper and Panti Droppers won the lower. Thanks to all the ladies for showing up.
Congratulations to all the champions. Thanks to all the teams and fans for being good sports about the changing fields and weather conditions.
Get in early for Leg II of the Triple Grand Slam on April 23 & 24 and also the TECATE CINCO DE MAYO on April 30 & May 1. They both will be sold out prior to the deadline. Remember the TECATE CINCO DE MAYO features a Free Tecate full sub jersey to every team which is donated by our title sponsor - Crescent Crown.
Finally the COMPLETE 2016 ASA SCHEDULE will finally be up later this week. Just got the firm dates for the Mountain Madness in Flagstaff and the Cool Countries in Prescott.
ASA & Coors Light Easter Food Drive SB Classic
Last Saturday's ASA Easter Food Drive at Papago park was a huge success with ASA teams donating over 450 cans of food to the Crescent Crown charities. The cans were delivered this Monday to Mike "Schultzz" Esparza, the title sponsor of Arizona ASA. Mike wanted to make sure to thank all the teams for their generosity on the day before Easter.
Leon Rodriguez's PHAT SC team donated over 100 cans of food by themselves and also a bucket full of snacks which was won by Nemesis.
The tournament was won by Escogido with King and Duck coming in a close second. Both teams won ASA sublimated dryfits.
Thanks to all the teams that played and donated to help others less fortunate. Look for more food, toy and shoe drives during the 2016 season. Thank you for playing ASA.
ASA MARCH COTTONWOOD FENCE BUSTER
It was a crowded field for the first Cottonwood Fence Buster of 2016 with 24 teams playing and 6 teams on a wait list that did not get in. March 19th proved a perfect day for softball at Riverfront Park where the friendly confines measure 285 feet.
There were four Champions - ClasSick, Full Swing, Represent SickNess and Falcon Punch. They all received ASA Dryfits with sublimated sides.
Congratulations to the Champions. Thank you to all the teams and fans that came out to support ASA in Cottonwood.
The next Cottonwood Fence Buster is April 9th. We have 8 teams already signed up so get in early so you don't get left out.
Game Day Awards
$$$TRIPLE GRAND SLAM - LEG I$$$
Classic Rock Invitational Champions
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VALENTINE DAY CHAMPIONS
Thanks for playing ASA.