OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. --- The Amateur Softball Association announced today the bracket for the 2008 ASA Menís Class A Slow Pitch National Championship.
Click here for the 2008 Men's Class A Slow Pitch Bracket. Scheduled for September 26-28 at ASA Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City, Okla., the best of the best in menís slow pitch softball will fight for the chance to take bragging rights for being called a ďNational Champion!Ē
The Menís Class A field consists of 17 teams including the inaugural ASA 2K Series Point Champion Long Haul/Phonemasters/Miken of Lakeland, MN. Nine states are represented in the field of teams with Oklahoma leading the way with seven. Texas has two teams while the Armed Forces team represents athletes from all across the United States. ABS Easton of Hartley, Delaware will travel the furthest of all teams logging over 1,350 miles to reach OKC.
The ASA is also proud to bring LIVE video streaming and a user-chat interface to the Menís Class A Slow Pitch Championship. Through www.asasoftball.com, fans across the country will be able to watch LIVE from the Stadium Field and Field #4 throughout the weekend.
Listed below are the 17 competing teams in alphabetical order:
Abby Printing/Spurs (Austin, TX)
ABS Easton (Hartly, DE)
All Star Plumbing (Lawton, OK)
Armed Forces (USA, U.S.)
Community Access (Ardmore, OK)
Creative Stucco (Columbus, OH)
CSI/JSA (Oklahoma City, OK)
Da Bomb (Houston, TX)
Jean Shoppe/Team Easton (Florence, KY)
Long Haul Trucking/Phonemasters/Miken (Lakeland, MN)
Paynes Sports Legends (Hugo, OK)
P-Town Boyz (Stillwater, OK)
TCP/Easton (Burlington, IA)
Team Combat/ Pytch Blakk (Washington State)
Tharaldsons (Fargo, ND)
Walker Plumbing (El Reno, OK)
Westoak (Norman, OK)
For complete results, box scores, features and video of the Menís Class A, log on to www.asasoftball.com.
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 http://www.asasoftball.com/.
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