Complete ASA Slowpitch Director List
Sixteen teams made the trip up the hill for the Cottonwood Fencebuster on September 20th.
Thanks for playing ASA.
TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
THE winners in the Triple Grand Slam Championships were paid a total of $9335 in returned entry fees. The total was paid out to the 19 teams that finished in 1st - 3rd place in the Championships. All teams had qualified earlier in 2014 in one of the legs of the Triple Grand Slam.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks for playing ASA.
PRESCOTT & COORS LIGHT HISPANIC QUALIFIER
Congratulations & see you in October. Thanks for playing ASA
FINAL LEG OF THE TRIPLE GRAND SLAM
The last teams qualified for the money in the TRIPLE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIPS which will be played on September 13 & 14 at Victory Lane and Desert West parks.
SEE YOU THERE
ASA COED STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Twenty-seven coed teams played in 3 divisions in the ASA COED STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS on August 16 & 17.
Congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing ASA. We know you have a choice.
63 TEAMS PLAY ON AUGUST 8 & 9
The Last Chance Mountain Madness drew 42 teams last weekend while 21 men's teams played in the Late Nite.
Congratulations to the champions and thanks for playing ASA
NEMESIS SOLE SURVIVOR OF MEN'S STATE
Nemesis State champs
COME TO THE COOL COUNTRY - MOUNTAIN MADNESS II
Twenty-six teams made the trip up the hill to play in Flagstaff on July 19 & 20.
Congratulations to the Champions and thanks for playing ASA.
LAST CHANCE MOUNTAIN MADNESS next weekend - August 9 & 10 - already at 18 teams.
FIFTY-FOUR TEAMS QUALIFY FOR THE COORS LIGHT HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Thanks to the 54 teams that played in last weeks COORS LIGHT HISPANIC STATE. We will see you in October.
ASA TEAMS BEAT THE HEAT
Teams beat the heat in June by playing in the Prescott Cool Country and Late Nites at Victory Lane.
Congratulations to the Champions and thanks for playing ASA
ASA SELLS OUT FLAGSTAFF AND VICTORY LANE ON June 21 & 22
Field space was at a premium on June 21 & 22 with both Flagstaff and the Late Nite at Victory Lane sold out at 30 teams in each location. Thanks to Premier Athletics for their set up and great jerseys.
Congratulations to the Champions.
Thanks for playing ASA. Remember the Late Nites will sell out early at Victory Lane.
SEVENTY ONE TEAMS PLAY AT VICTORY LANE & IN COTTONWOOD
Fifty-five teams played this weekend at Victory Lane in the last of the summer's daytime tourneys.
Sixteen teams made the trip to Cottonwood.
Congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing ASA and we will see you in the Late Nites or in the Cool Country.
Get in early for these summer tournaments. We have limited field space.
COORS LIGHT INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONs
Thanks for playing ASA
PRESCOTT PIONEER CLASSIC BOASTS 21 TEAMS
COORS LIGHT CINCO DE MAYO SELLS OUT AT 86 TEAMS
Eighty-six (86) teams battled it out at the sold out Coors Light Cinco de Mayo on May 3 & 4 at Victory Lane and Desert West complexes. All team mangers received a free Coors Light sub dye jersey courtesy of sponsor Coors Light.
All teams qualified for the Coors Light Hispanic Championships which will be held on October 17-19 at Victory Lane, Rose Mofford and Desert West parks. Over 120 teams are expected to play in the Coors Light Championships which will include a Coors Light Home Run Challenge and Coors Light All Star Game.
Thanks for playing ASA. Congratulations to all the winners.
TRIPLE GRAND SLAM $$$ - LEG II
Fifty-seven (57) teams played in Leg II to qualify for the Triple Grand Slam Championships on September 13 & 14. There were 29 men's teams, 20 coed and 8 women's teams. Congratulations to the winners and Rest In Peace ABBY from Crush Crew. Thanks for playing ASA -- we know you have a choice.
COTTONWOOD FENCEBUSTER SELLS OUT AGAINEighteen teams played in 3 divisions in April. Congratulations to the Champions. Thanks for playing with ASA
COORS LIGHT SPRING CLASSIC DRAWS 57 TEAMS
Congratulations to all the Champions. Thanks for playing with ASA -- See you at the end of the month.
KIWANIS COTTONWOOD FENCEBUSTER HOSTS NINETEEN TEAMS
Congratulations to Mark Pachta's AZ Bandit team and Robert Garza's AZ Reaper Crew. Thanks for playing ASA.
ASA SPRING TRAINING CLASSIC HAS 51 TEAMS
Congratulations to the winners. Thanks for playing with ASA
RING UP WHO'Z NEXTCongratulations to Tony Pulido's WHO'Z NEXT squad. They received their custom Coors Light Championships rings for winning the Hispanic Championships in October.
We know you have a choice. Thanks for playing ASA.
ASA COORS LIGHT SPECTACULAR DRAWS 69 TEAM FIELDSixty Nine (69) teams competed for the 8 sets of custom Coors Light full sub dyed jerseys at Victory Lane and Desert West Parks. All managers received a free full sub dye just for entering the tournament.
Congratulations to all the CHAMPIONS. Thanks for playing ASA. We know you have a choice.
ASA COORS LIGHT TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSASA held two tournaments sponsored by Coors Light in December. The COORS LIGHT WINTER WORLDS hosted 53 teams on December 7 & 8. The COORS LIGHT TOYS 4 KIDS was held on December 14 & 15 and had 47 entries. Special Thanks go out to the Flagstaff team High Altitude who donated 4 bicycles for the Coors Light Christmas charities.
HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS DRAWS 134 TEAMS
The 2013 season culminated at Victory Lane in October with the crowning of eight new CHAMPIONS.
The HISPANIC CHAMPIONSHIPS played host to a field of 79 Men's teams, 43 Coed teams and 12 Women's teams over a three-day weekend at 4 softball complexes. As usual Victory Lane was the picture perfect host for all of the division finals with its beautiful fields and amazing softball weather.
There were three Champions in the Men's Division. In Division I - My Auto Jack continued their winning ways with Team United finishing a strong second and the up and coming Fisher Auto in third place. Who'z Next beat out Tucson's Sticktime for the Championship in Division II. Falcon Punch was victorious over Bomb Squad in Division III with Amigos coming in third place.
Teri Siemer's eye-popping 43 team Coed bracket featured an Open Division that was won by Ron Graham's PFS/Graham's Sports. Michelob Ultra took first place honors in Division I, AZ Impact won in Division II and Travieso's was crowned Champion in Division III. Bombshells finished first in the Women's Division with ReMix coming in second and Roster Check finishing in third place.
Overall the Hispanic Championships was a great weekend of softball with perfect Arizona weather against the mountain backdrop of Victory Lane fields.
Thanks to all of the teams that played, our tournament hosts and
sponsors and congratulations to all the winners. We know you have a
choice - thank you for playing ASA. Take a minute and look at the
results and photos and see you next year.