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2010 National Championships
11/11/2008

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) announced today the sites for the 2010 National Championships as part of the 2008 Council meeting in Oklahoma City, Okla. Along with the National Championships, voting was held for the host city for the 2010 Council Meeting as well as for positions on the Board of Directors.

The location for the 2010 Council Meeting was voted on after persuasive bid presentations by the three locations; Shreveport-Bossier City, La., Orlando, Fl. And Colorado Springs, Colo. Shreveport-Bossier City was the choice with the annual Council Meeting heading there in 2010. The 2009 Council meeting, which was voted on last year, will be held in Reno, Nev.

New members to the ASA Board of Directors, effective Nov.14th , are Eastern Territorial Vice President Bill Cary (South Portland, Maine), Southern Territorial Vice President E.T. Colvin (Columbus, Miss.), Northern Territorial Vice President Dick Gulmon (Bismarck, N.D.) and Western Territorial Vice President Bill Parks (Eagle, Idaho).

Over 100 cities were awarded National Championships. The complete list is below with several Championships’ location being decided at a later time.

Girls’ Championships

Girls’ 10-U Slow Pitch – LaGrange, Ga.

Girls’ 12-U Slow Pitch – LaGrange, Ga.

Girls’ 14-U Slow Pitch – LaGrange, Ga.

Girls’ 16-U Slow Pitch – LaGrange, Ga.

Girls’ 18-U Slow Pitch – LaGrange, Ga.

USA/ASA Girls’ Class “A” 10-U Fast Pitch – Chattanooga, Tenn.

USA/ASA Girls’ Class “A” 12-U Fast Pitch – Bloomington, Ind.

USA/ASA Girls’ Class “A” 14-U Fast Pitch – Moline, Ill.

USA/ASA Girls’ Class “A” 16-U Fast Pitch – College Station, Texas

USA/ASA Girls’ Class “A” 18-U Fast Pitch – Hemet-Menitee, Calif.

Girls’ 18-U GOLD Fast Pitch – Oklahoma City, Okla.

Girls’ 10-U Class A Fast Pitch Western – Medford, Ore.

Girls’ 12-U Class A Fast Pitch Western – Spokane, Wash.

Girls’ 14-U Class A Fast Pitch Western – Aurora, Calif.

Girls’ 16-U Class A Fast Pitch Western – Fresno, Calif.

Girls’ 18-U Class A Fast Pitch Western – Hayward, Calif.

Girls’ 10-U Class A Fast Pitch Eastern – York, Pa.

Girls’ 12-U Class A Fast Pitch Eastern – York, Pa.

Girls’ 14-U Class A Fast Pitch Eastern – Salisbury, Md.

Girls’ 16-U Class A Fast Pitch Eastern – York, Pa.

Girls’ 18-U Class A Fast Pitch Eastern – Sterling, Va.

Girls’ 10-U Class A Fast Pitch Northern – Topeka, Kan.

Girls’ 12-U Class A Fast Pitch Northern – Kimberly, Wis.

Girls’ 14-U Class A Fast Pitch Northern – North Mankato, Minn.

Girls’ 16-U Class A Fast Pitch Northern – Bowling Green, Ken.

Girls’ 18-U Class A Fast Pitch Northern – Novi, Mich.

Girls’ 10-U Class A Fast Pitch Southern – Cumming, Ga.

Girls’ 12-U Class A Fast Pitch Southern – Fort Worth, Texas

Girls’ 14-U Class A Fast Pitch Southern – Ridgeland, Miss.

Girls’ 16-U Class A Fast Pitch Southern – Fort Myers, Fla.

Girls’ 18-U Class A Fast Pitch Southern – Raleigh, NC

Girls’ 10-U Class B Fast Pitch Northern – Topeka, Kan

Girls’ 12-U Class B Fast Pitch Northern – Kimberly, Wis.

Girls’ 14-U Class B Fast Pitch Northern – Terre Haute, Ind.

Girls’ 16-U Class B Fast Pitch Northern – North Mankato, MN

Girls’ 18-U Class B Fast Pitch Northern – St. Joseph, Mo.

Girls’ 10-U Class B Fast Pitch Southern – Gadsden, Ala.

Girls’ 12-U Class B Fast Pitch Southern – Marietta-Powder Springs, Ga.

Girls’ 14-U Class B Fast Pitch Southern – Killeen, Texas

Girls’ 16-U Class B Fast Pitch Southern – Broken Arrow, Okla.

Girls’ 18-U Class B Fast Pitch Southern – Gadsden, Ala.

Girls’ 10-U Class B Fast Pitch Eastern –Sterling, Va.

Girls’ 12-U Class B Fast Pitch Eastern – Sterling, Va.

Girls’ 14-U Class B Fast Pitch Eastern – York, Pa.

Girls’ 16-U Class B Fast Pitch Eastern - Dayton, Ohio

Girls’ 18-U Class B Fast Pitch Eastern – Dayton, Ohio

Girls’ 10-U Class B Fast Pitch Western – Tucson, Ariz.

Girls’ 12-U Class B Fast Pitch Western – Las Cruces, NM

Girls’ 14-U Class B Fast Pitch Western – Roseville, Calif.

Girls’ 16-U Class B Fast Pitch Western – Hillsboro, Ore.

Girls’ 18-U Class B Fast Pitch Western – Yakima, Wash.

Boys’ Championships

Boys’ 10U Fast Pitch - TBD

Boys’ 12U Fast Pitch - TBD

Boys’ 14U Fast Pitch - TBD

Boys’ 16U Fast Pitch - TBD

Boys’ 18U Fast Pitch – TBD

Women’s Championships

Women’s Class A Fast Pitch – Salem, Ore.

Women’s Class B Fast Pitch – Salem, Ore.

Women’s 23-U Fast Pitch – Spokane, Wash.

Women’s Master 35-Over Slow Pitch –Tupelo, Miss.

Women’s Major Fast Pitch – Stratford, Conn.

Women’s Class C Slow Pitch East- Dothan, Ala.

Women’s Class D Slow Pitch East- Montgomery, Ala.

Women’s Class C Slow Pitch West- Minot, ND

Women’s Class D Slow Pitch West – Lawton, Okla.

Women’s Open – Oklahoma City, Okla.

Men’s Championships

Men’s Senior East 50-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior East 55-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior East 60-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior East 65-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior East 70-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior East 75-Over Slow Pitch – Burlington, N.C.

Men’s Senior West 50-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s Senior West 55-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s Senior West 60-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s Senior West 65-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s Senior West 70-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s Senior West 75-Over Slow Pitch – TBD

Men’s 9 Major Modified Pitch – TBD

Men’s 9 Class A Modified Pitch – TBD

Men’s (10) Modified Pitch – TBD

Men’s 23-U Fast Pitch - TBD

Men’s Major Fast Pitch - TBD

Men’s Major 16” Slow Pitch – Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Men’s Class A 16” Slow Pitch – Yuma, Az.

Men’s Class A Fast Pitch – Salem, Ore.

Men’s Class B Fast Pitch – Salem, Ore.

Men’s Class C West Fast Pitch – Salem, Ore.

Men’s Class C East Fast Pitch – Owensboro, Ken.

Men’s 40-Over Fast Pitch – Prescott, Az.

Men’s 45-Over Fast Pitch – Fresno, Ca.

Men’s 50 –Over Fast Pitch – Prescott, Az.

Men’s Class C Slow Pitch Northern – Rochester, Minn.

Men’s Class C Slow Pitch Eastern – Salem, Va.

Men’s Class C Slow Pitch Southern- Tupelo, Miss.

Men’s Class C Slow Pitch Western- Prescott, Ariz.

Men’s Class D Slow Pitch Northern – Liberty, Mo.

Men’s Class D Slow Pitch Eastern – Columbus, Ohio

Men’s Class D Slow Pitch Southern – Dallas, Texas

Men’s Class D Slow Pitch Western – Fresno, Calif.

Men’s Class B Slow Pitch East- Tallahassee, Fla.

Men’s Class B Slow Pitch West- Dallas, Texas

Men’s Class A Slow Pitch – Oklahoma City, Okla.

Men’s Masters 35- Over Slow Pitch – Decatur, Ala.

Men’s Masters 40- Over Slow Pitch – Ridgeland, Miss.

Men’s Masters 45- Over Slow Pitch – Tupelo, miss.

Men’s Church Slow Pitch – Auburn, Ala.

Men’s Industrial Slow Pitch – Ridgeland, Miss.

Coed Championships

Coed Major Slow Pitch – Columbus, Ga.

Coed Class A Slow Pitch – Columbus, Ga.

Coed Class B Slow Pitch – Columbus, Ga.

About ASA

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 nation’s 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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