Complete ASA Slowpitch Director List
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
This weekend's inaugural ASA X-TREME CLASSIC had 63 teams in seven divisions at Sahuaro Ranch and Victory Lane Parks. There were 3 Men's Champions - BNB, AMIGOS and II THE LIMIT. There were 3 Coed Champions - ClasSicc, Roster Check and Mayhem. The Women's Division was won by Krazy Pitches. Congratulations to all the Champions and thanks for playing ASA.
MORE AWARDS, MORE GAMES, A BETTER BANG FOR YOUR BUCK.
MODELO'S WINTERCUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
This weekend's MODELO WINTERCUP was played while the Arizona Cardinals beat Green Bay to advance to play Carolina on their march to the Super Bowl.
Every team playing in the MODELO CHAMPIONSHIPS received a FREE MODELO hooded sub and a 4 game guarantee.
Escogido and Joker's Wild won the Men's Divisions. Duck Commander and Wrecking Ball were victorious in the Coed Divisions. At Sahuaro Rancho, Black Widows won the championships in Women's Division.
Congratulations to all the Champions. Thanks to all the teams for playing with ASA during this Arizona Football weekend. We hope every team thought the competition was fair, they got a good value for their entry fee and that they had a chance to win their bracket.
Look for ASA/Tournament Sports to offer more 4 game guarantees and mark your calendar for the ASA D Nationals on August 26 - 28 at BLD Perris in So Cal. The top four finishing teams move on to the Worth Championships in Oklahoma City. Packets and qualifying details will follow soon.
This weekend when you watch our Arizona Cardinals take on the Carolina Panthers, take a moment to reflect on what a great season it has been. What a privilege to have a team with Palmer, Larry, Peterson, the Badger, David Johnson, Campbell, the Browns, Chris Johnson, Michael Floyd and the rest of the team. How lucky were we to have found Bruce Arians to be our coach. Buckle up and cheer them on. We are one game away from the Super Bowl.
NO RISK IT ... NO BISCUIT!! PUT A RING ON IT ARIZONA CARDINALS!! THE SAVAGE SEASON!!
MODELO'S KICKOFF CLASSIC
It was a great weekend of weather and softball for the first ASA tournament of 2016 - MODELO'S KICKOFF CLASSIC. Every team received a 4 game guarantee and a free Modelo sweatshirt - courtesy of Crescent Crown.
In 2016 look for big things from Arizona ASA including manager giveaways, 4 game guarantees and new ASA directors with added programs. Also in 2016 mark your calendar for the ASA D NATIONALS which will be held in SoCal at BLD Perris on August 26th-28th with the top 4 (four) finishing teams qualifying for the Worth Championship Series in Oklahoma City over Labor Day.
Congratulations to the winning teams, thanks for playing ASA and GO CARDINALS - PUT
A RING ON IT.
MODELO'S TOYS 4 KIDS HOLIDAY BOWL
It was a bicycle extravaganza at Modelo's Toys 4 Kids Holiday Bowl on December 12 & 13 at Victory Lane Sports Park.
At the Modelo Holiday Bowl, teams donated a $25 toy and Tournament Sports paid their 2016 ASA fee. Many of the teams went out of their way to donate exceptional toys that far exceeded the $25 value in the spirit of the season. By the end of the weekend, teams had donated 8 bicycles and over 60 other toys.
All donated toys were delivered to "Santa" Mike Esparza of Crescent Crown for distribution to his many charities. Crescent Crown is and has been the title sponsor of ASA/Tournament Sports for the past 5 years.
In 2016 look for Crescent Crown and ASA to team up for both food and shoe drives to help those less fortunate.
Congratulations to all the Champions and Second Place teams. Thank you for playing
ASA and have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.
GO CARDINALS -- DO IT FOR #32 - THE SAVAGE SEASON.
MODELO'S WINTER WORLDSForty-two teams played on December 5 & 6 in the Modelo Winter Worlds at Victory Lane. The following teams finished with awards.
Thanks for playing ASA.
CORONA LIGHT FALL CLASSIC CHAMPIONSCongratulations to the Fall Classic Champions.
Thanks for playing ASA.
COTTONWOOD FENCEBUSTER AND LAST CHANCE QUALIFIER CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to the Champions. See you next week at the Modelo Championships.
SEPTEMBER'S COTTONWOOD FENCEBUSTER
Seventeen teams made the trip up the hill to play at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood.
Congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing ASA.
2015 TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Twenty-four teams split $10,200 in returned entry fees in the 2015 Triple Grand Slam Championships played at both Victory Lane and Sahuaro Ranch.
Congratulations to all the teams. Thanks for making this such a fun event and thanks for playing ASA.
TRIPLE GRAND SLAM$$, Leg IV
Fifty three teams played in the last leg of the TGS to qualify for the Championships which is being played on September 12 & 13 at Victory Lane & Sahuaro Ranch.
Congratulations to the winners.
A complete list of qualified teams and the returned entry fee amounts for each division are listed on the link under the Triple Grand Slam flyer on the Marquee. The total amount for 2015 is $10,200.
Call or e-mail IF YOU HAVE PLAYED in any of the Triple Grand Slam legs -- you may qualify for a pass down berth.
SEE YOU NEXT WEEK. Thanks for playing ASA.
COOL COUNTRY CHAMPIONS
Thanks for playing ASA.
ASA COED STATE CHAMPIONS
Thanks for playing ASA.
LAST CHANCE MOUNTAIN MADNESS CHAMPIONS
CONGRATULATIONS TO ASA MODELO'S STATE CHAMPIONS
MODELO'S COED LATE NITE - JULY 25 & 26
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FLAGSTAFF & MODELO LATE NITE CHAMPIONS
MODELO'S ASA HISPANIC STATE
There were six Champions crowned at last weeks ASA MODELO HISPANIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS.
ALL teams participating qualified for the MODELO HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS which will be held on October 16 - 18 at Victory Lane, Rose Mofford and Desert West complexes. The MODELO HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS are starts on Friday and always draws over 100 teams from the region.
Congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing ASA and see you in October.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PRESCOTT & COED LATE NITE CHAMPS
MOUNTAIN MADNESS I
Thanks to the 35 teams that traveled up the hill to play in the Flagstaff pines. Congratulations to the winners. We know you have a choice.
FIFTY-ONE TEAMS PLAY ASA
There were two ASA Tournaments on the weekend of June 13 & 14 --CORONA LATE NITE CLASSIC and COOL COUNTRY CLASSIC I.
Congratulations to all the champions and thanks for playing ASA. We know you have a choice.
WINNERS OF MAY 30 & 31 TOURNAMENTS
Fifty Eight (58) teams played in Cottonwood and in Leg III of the Triple Grand Slam.
Triple Grand Slam III
Congratulations to the champions and thanks for playing ASA.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE COORS LIGHT CHAMPS
A soggy Friday cleared out for a beautiful weekend of softball at Victory Lane.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks for playing ASA.
PRESCOTT - EVERYBODY'S HOME TOWN
Eighteen teams played in 2 divisions this last weekend in the PIONEER CLASSIC. It had snowed the night before.
ADM won the upper division with HDH from Cottonwood finishing in second. In the lower division Grape Apes won undefeated while Nemesis finished second.
Thanks for playing ASA. See you later in the summer in Flagstaff or Prescott.
It took three different complexes but the two Men's Champions were crowned before the Mayweather/Pacquio fight on Saturday night.
SSauce from Albuquerque and DC/Local Boyz took first in the Men's Divisions. Panti Droppers was victorious in the Women's Division.
In the Coed on Sunday, Roster Check took the Upper Division while Ballz & Dollz took first in the Lower.
Congratulations to all the winners. Thanks for playing ASA -- We know you have a choice. See you at the COORS LIGHT HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS in October.