Oklahoma City, OK-- The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) is pleased to announce that the following events have been awarded status as ďASA 2KĒ tournament sites. The ďASA 2KĒ designation means that each event will award a $2,000 travel certificate to the first place team to travel to the ASA Menís Class A National Championship.
Event Date Location Tournament
1 March 1-2 West Covina, CA ASA 2K Kickoff
2 March 14-16 Cincinnati, OH Bash for Cash
3 May 3-4 Bryan/College Station, TX Budweiser Festival
4 May 16-18 Tunica, MS Grand Casino
5 June 14-15 Portland, OR Best of the Northwest
6 July 18-20 Bloomington, MN 50th Annual Fireman's
7 September 5-7 Panama City Beach, FL WSL A Championships
If a team repeats as winners in one of the ďASA 2KĒ events, the certificate will be distributed to the top finishing team that has yet to receive an award. These cash certificates are only redeemable upon arrival in Oklahoma City and subsequent participation in the ASA Menís Class A National Championship Finals in Oklahoma City, September 25-28.
Each tournament site is free to incorporate local rules they see fit provided that they restrict each participating team to two players that appear on the ASA Slow Pitch Restricted Players List. The list can be found by clicking here, www.asasoftball.com.
Teams will also be awarded points based on their finish in each ďASA 2KĒ event. The team with the most points at end of ďASA 2KĒ Series win a sponsor prize pack if they attend the ASA Menís A National Championship.
Points in the qualifiers will be awarded as follows: first place-60 points; second place-40 points; third place-30 points; fourth place-20 points, fifth place-15 points and all other teams receive 10 points.
Results on each tournament and updated points standing can be accessed by visiting asasoftball.com and clicking in the adult link and then accessing the ďASA 2KĒ Series.
The Amateur Softball Association, founded in 1933, is the National Governing Body of softball in the United States and a member of the United States Olympic Committee. The ASA has become one of the nationís largest sports organizations and now sanctions competition in every state through a network of 83 local associations. The ASA has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 240,000 teams today, representing a membership of more than three million. For more information on the ASA, visit www.asasoftball.com.
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