Australian Softball Federation modified softball. softball Australia has information on all types ofmodified softball Tee ball, Mod ball, and Slow-pitch. Tee Ball. http://www.softball.org.au/asf_site/genericpages.asp?gp=10
Listings Of The World Sports Softball In this category, we are treating softball as the generic name forthree distinct sports Fastpitch, modified pitch, and Slowpitch. http://listingsworld.com/Sports/Softball/
Click Here modified pitch (4) Other softball Associations (4) NonASA softballAssociations Shopping (14) Slow pitch (72) new Tournaments (16). http://www.softball.net/Directory/
Extractions: Home Add Site Modify Site What's New ... Search Welcome to the Softball.net Directory. We are currently undergoing an upgrade, soon we will have all 300+ softball links back online. There are links for you to choose from! Looking for something in particular? More search options Pages Updated On: 3-Apr-2001 - 01:04:54
MVSA Softball The Junior modified pitch and Elementary Slowpitch programs in the Spring providethe opportunity for girls to learn and improve their softball skills. http://www.mvsa.org/mvs_soft.shtml
Extractions: MVSA provides instructional and select girls fastpitch softball programs for players aged 10 (4th grade) to 18. The instructional program is conducted under the auspices of the Amateur Softball Association (ASA). Select teams also play in tournaments sponsored by the National Softball Association (NSA) and PONY Softball. The Spring program fields two leagues of 4-6 teams each: The Elementary League provides a modified fastpitch program for girls in grades 4 through 6 (approx. ages 10-12). The Junior League provides a fastpitch softball program for girls in grades 7 through 10 (approx. ages 12-16). Registration starts in February, tryouts usually are held in late March, and games are played from April to mid-June. The Fall fastpitch softball program fields a Junior league of 4-6 teams for girls in grades 7 through 10. Registration starts in late August/early September, and games are played in September and October. The select or travel ball program is known as The MVSA STORM. Advanced players on these teams are drawn mainly from Montgomery and surrounding counties. MVSA STORM players represent some of the most talented athletes in Maryland. Tryouts are held annually in early September, and players are expected to practice and play during the fall and winter months. The tournament season begins in April or May, and ends in July. MVSA STORM teams usually qualify for National tournaments held at the end of their seasons. Currently MVSA sponsors three select teams, based on age: 12-and-under (12U), 14-and-under (14U) and eighteen-and-under (18U).
Steve Dimitry's Slow Pitch Softball Web Site Slopitch softball information, association history and timelines, photos, player highlights, and Category Sports softball Slowpitch fast pitch, women's slow pitch, men's fast pitch/modified pitch and men's slow pitch.This book has more than 400 photos and is a must for the true softball fan http://www.angelfire.com/sd/slopitch/
Extractions: National Slow Pitch Softball History Sections ASA National Champs ASA Open Champs ASA Super Nationals USSSA National Champs ... History Message Board Let us not forget Coming Soon, The schedules and review of the upcoming 2003 National Softball Season . You can still checkout what happened the past couple years on the National Softball Scene by clicking on the links below. These pages are loaded with the winners of each tournament along with the runner-ups and MVPs. 2001 National Softball Review 2002 National Softball Review The new web site for the World Softball League Check out the official Softball Magazine Web Site . This is one of the more informational magazines in the country today. They have stories and statistics on many of the nation's invitational and national tournaments. Click on the link provided to read about this great publication from Gene Smith and Luann Madison You can read the article that I write called "Softfacts". Check out Mike Macenko's House of Swing .This man is a legend in the sport and gives a lot of his time to making the game better. The site is currently down, but the Big Cat says he is working on getting it back up and working soon!
Hallie Girls Softball - TBall Our modified pitch Division is softball for girls 8 and 9 years of age. Emphasisis placed on proper hitting technique with and introduction to pitching. http://www.halliepark.com/hgs_mp.htm
Hallie Girls Softball Hallie Girls softball is a complete program for girls between the ages of 6 18and is comprised of five divisions TBALL Ages 6 7. modified pitch - Ages http://www.halliepark.com/hgs.htm
Extractions: League play begins around the first week of May and ends in late July. At the end of the regular season there is a weekend tournament for all of the kids in each division. This 4 day event is called Hallie Youth Days. This is a fun packed weekend that provides plenty of great ball games, music and food. League play officially ends in early August with All-Star games for each of the divisions. Each season travel teams are formed for different age groups. Tryouts are held for each level at the beginning of the regular season. The teams participate in tournaments around the Mid-West throughout the summer with the goal of qualifying for the National Tournament. These are some of the recent accomplishments of our Hallie Teams!
Extractions: ISA also offers play at the Regional and National level. If you are playing in an out-of-state tournament, please contact the Director listed for that event. A teams roster must be composed of at least 50% state residents from New Jersey, or be a registered member of a ISA of New Jersey sanctioned league.Teams will qualify for state tournaments in the following manner: Teams finishing in the top 25% of league (ISA) play , may be eligible for state tournament play. Berths will be awarded to teams who win berth in any state qualifier tournament. A team MUST participate in a minimum of one tournament per classification. Teams can earn DOUBLE POINTS. Team must play up in class and at least 2 teams from a higher class must participate. DATE CLASS NAME LOCATION COST CONTACT April 5-6 Modified Pitch 10 Man 11th Annual Spring Classic Bayonne April 12-13 Slow Pitch Men's C/D Coors Light Invitational* Parsippany April 19 Slow Pitch Men's D/E ISA 1 Pitch Warm Up Metuchen April 26-27 Fast Pitch 12u-14u A D Starr Spring Fling* Fort Dix May 17-18 Fast Pitch 10U-12u-14u ISA May Madness* Hamilton May 31-June 1 Modified Pitch 9 Man ISA Summer Challenge* Bridgewater June 7 Slow Pitch Men's D/E WJC Softball Spectacular No. Bergen
Extractions: ISF CERTIFICATION Receiving ISF certification is a program for the elite ASA Umpire, not available to any other softball organization. Once the umpire is certified as an ISF umpire, he/she is available to umpire at World (adult or junior men's and women's) or Regional Softball Championships, including the Pan American Games and the Olympics. Certification can be achieved in fast pitch, slow pitch, or modified pitch levels. A total of 213 U.S. umpires have been certified in this program since it began in 1978. Considering there have been nearly 100,000 registered umpires during that span of time, it is indeed an honor to hold this certification. Of that total, only 129 are active - 57 in fast pitch, 28 in slow pitch and 44 in modified pitch. The highest assignment an umpire can receive is to umpire in the Olympics. A total of six US umpires have been selected. In 1996 (Atlanta), US umpires were Emily Alexander (Phoenix, AZ), Julie Johnson (Alexandria, IN), Kathy Straham (Nashville, IN), and Jeff Hansen (Fremont, NE). In 2000 (Sydney, Australia), the US umpires were Lisa Rudloff (Stockton, CA) and Jim Lykins (Las Vegas, NV). To achieve this honor, an umpire must have umpired in three national championships - two of which must be in the major division of the category applying for. In fast pitch, this includes the Men's and/or Women's Major and "A" divisions, the Men's 40-Over or the Girls 18-UGold. In Slow Pitch it includes the Men's Super, Men's or Women's Major and "A" Divisions, Men's Major and "A" Industrial divisions. In Modified, it includes the Men's Major and "A" or Women's Major divisions. In whichever championship the umpire applies, he/she must have the highest possible rating. Once this has been accomplished, the umpire can apply through the ISF headquarters to attend a five day "Certification" Seminar, which includes evaluations in live competition, evaluations on plate mechanics calling balls and strikes, evaluations on responding to mechanic and case plays, and being taught the difference in ASA and ISF Rules and passing a written exam on the rules.
Amateur Softball Association - Adult The ASA also offers programs in modified pitch and 16inch slow pitch. Whether aplayer views softball as an opportunity for socialization with friends, or as http://www.softball.org/adult/index.asp
Extractions: ASA Adult Program Welcome to the ASA Adult Program! The links in this section will serve as your source for all the ASA adult news, including rule changes, tournament berths, tournament schedules and tournament results. The ASA adult program has served as the backbone of the association since its beginning in 1934. With over 170,000 teams, 2.5 millions players and 500,000 coaches involved on an annual basis, the adult program is the largest program within the Amateur Softball Association. The ASA provides varied programs of competition for adults including fast pitch, slow pitch and modified pitch for men and women. The ASA also offers programs in modified pitch and 16-inch slow pitch. Whether a player views softball as an opportunity for socialization with friends, or as a path to one of the ASA's 90 National Championships, the ASA has something for them. The ASA offers local programs in 97 state/metro associations across the country.
ESHS Web - Softball In fastpitch and modified-pitch softball the distance between the bases is 60 ft(18.3 m), while for slow-pitch the distance is 65 ft (19.8 m). The distance http://www.endeavoursports.com/ESHS/viewPage.asp?type=sport&page=Softball
Extractions: Note: The New ASA of PA Hall of Fame will be opening up in Sunbury soon! ASA of Pennsylvania Hall of Fame Players Year Classification * William 'Bing' Conlin, Lancaster Fast Pitch * George Leroy Powell, York Fast Pitch Pete Caniglia, Norristown Fast Pitch Robert Kenny, Erie Fast Pitch Verda Stevens, Meadville Fast Pitch Vernie Brandon, Erie Fast Pitch Joseph Drach, Wilkes-Barre Fast Pitch Jack Vardaro, Meadville Fast Pitch Joe Embroski, New Castle Fast Pitch Dan Miller, York Slow Pitch Robert Yoder, Reading Fast Pitch Sam Caiaza, New Castle Fast Pitch Clark Miller, Reading Fast Pitch John Erney, Columbia Fast Pitch Gordie Eck, Lancaster Fast Pitch Audrey McComsey, Lancaster Women's FP Carl Solarek, Reading Fast Pitch Patti Whitman, Swarthmore Women's FP Andrey Betz, Reading Women's FP Dorothy 'Rennie' Grebinger, Lancaster
Norristown Area Slow Pitch Softball Tournaments Carl Rost softball CB Owls, Reading Ty Jones, Carl Rost softball 2001 Flip Mel's NoteTournament Started in 1984, slow pitch and modified pitch (MP) together http://www.norristownsoftball.com/norrtourny.html
Extractions: Montgomery County (Montco) ASA Championships Year Class Champion Runner-up (MVP-Denny Fittro, Raiders ) C Redmond Real Estate, Pottstown Fireside, Bristol (MVP-Tom Mulvahill, Redmond) D Swedeland Fire Company Village Inn (MVP-Dave O'Donnell, Swedeland) 1977 A Al's Cold Cuts ? B Princetown Interior Barry's Auto, Phoenxville C Culbert's Pub, Chester DeMedio's Electric D Spingler's, Radnor Heiden's Meats, Folcroft 1978 B Vince's Tavern, Pottstown ? C Griesemer Enterprises ? C Culbert's Pub, Chester Martin's Tavern (3rd-D-J's Tavern, Ridley)
International Softball Federation - ISF and men's fast pitch, junior women's and men's fast pitch, women's, men's, and coedslow pitch, and women's and men's modified pitch. softball (women's fast http://www.internationalsoftball.com/landscape.html
Extractions: ONTO SOFTBALL LANDSCAPE The Slow Pitch World Cup approaches its debut next week with its chin up and its chest thrown out. Like the competitiveness the coaches and teams involved will have, the tournament has an "attitude." It is, after all, the first of its kind. That, coupled with "World Cup" in its moniker, has it commanding some respect. Great Britain and the U.S. will again be represented in the event at Plant City Stadium, which lasts until June 30 and features both men's and coed slow pitch play. The Bahamas will also have teams playing. They and Great Britain will be meeting on the field for the first time in any format (slow pitch, fast pitch, modified pitch, men's, women's).