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2014 ASA/USA Championship Sites Announced

DALLAS, Texas – The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America and USA Softball announced today its sites for the 2014 Championship season at the ASA/USA Softball National Council Meeting in Dallas, Texas.

In 2013, ASA/USA will celebrate its 80th year of existence with the annual council meeting taking place in Oklahoma City, Okla. The 2014 council meeting was awarded to the Nugget Hotel in Reno, Nev. And in 2015, ASA/USA will take its business to the Galt House in Louisville, Ky.

In other association news, Tony Laws of North Carolina ASA was voted to continue to be the Southern Region Vice President for a seat on the ASA/USA Board of Directors. In addition, Joe Patterson of Nebraska ASA will join the Board of Directors as the new Northern Territory Vice President. In the Eastern Territory, Bev Wiley of Rhode Island ASA was re-elected as well as Bill Parks of Idaho ASA.

Below is a list of championships awarded throughout the week at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. If a championship is not listed, a site is yet to be determined. Dates will be listed on once determined by host cities.

2014 ASA Junior Olympic National Championships

ASA/USA Girls’ 10-Under Class A Fast Pitch – Johnson City, TN
ASA/USA Girls’ 12-Under Class A Fast Pitch – Bloomington, IN
ASA/USA Girls’ 14-Under Class A Fast Pitch – San Diego, CA
ASA/USA Girls’ 16-Under Class A Fast Pitch – Salem, VA
ASA/USA Girls’ 18-Under Class A Fast Pitch – Montgomery, AL
ASA/USA Girls’ 18-Under GOLD – Oklahoma City, OK


Girls’ 18-Under GOLD – Rolla, MO
Girls’ 10-Under Class A – Overland Park, KS
Girls’ 12-Under Class A – Novi, MI
Girls’ 14-Under Class A – Rochester, MN
Girls’ 16-Under Class A – Moline, IL
Girls’ 18-Under Class A – Watertown, WI

Girls’ 10-Under Class B – Overland Park, KS
Girls’ 12-Under Class B – Novi, MI
Girls’ 14-Under Class B – Bowling Green, KY
Girls’ 16-Under Class B – Bismarck, ND
Girls’ 18-Under Class B - St. Louis, MO


Girls’ 18-Under GOLD – TBD
Girls’ 10-Under Class A – Auburn, AL
Girls’ 12-Under Class A – Fort Worth, TX
Girls’ 14-Under Class A – Columbus, GA
Girls’ 16-Under Class A – Clinton, MS
Girls’ 18-Under Class A – Broken Arrow, OK

Girls’ 10-Under Class B – Gadsden, AL
Girls’ 12-Under Class B – Tallahassee, FL
Girls’ 14-Under Class B – Forth Worth, TX
Girls’ 16-Under Class B – Lawton, OK
Girls’ 18-Under Class B - Columbus, GA


Girls’ 18-Under GOLD - TBD
Girls’ 10-Under Class A – Marion, OH
Girls’ 12-Under Class A – Marion, OH
Girls’ 14-Under Class A –Stratford, CT
Girls’ 16-Under Class A – Findlay, OH
Girls’ 18-Under Class A –Sterling, VA

Girls’ 10-Under Class B – Charles County, MD
Girls’ 12-Under Class B – Charles County, MD
Girls’ 14-Under Class B – Charles County, MD
Girls’ 16-Under Class B – York, PA
Girls’ 18-Under Class B - York, PA


Girls’ 18-Under GOLD – Hayward, CA
Girls’ 10-Under Class A – Salem, OR
Girls’ 12-Under Class A – Salem, OR
Girls’ 14-Under Class A – Pasco, WA
Girls’ 16-Under Class A – Clovis, CA
Girls’ 18-Under Class A – Tucson, AZ
Girls’ 10-Under Class B – Roseville, CA
Girls’ 12-Under Class B – Roseville, CA
Girls’ 14-Under Class B – Medford, OR
Girls’ 16-Under Class B – Gillette, WY
Girls’ 18-Under Class B - Gillette, WY


Men’s Major Fast Pitch – South Bend, IN
Men’s Class C East Fast Pitch – Canton, OH
Men’s 23-Under Fast Pitch/Boys’ 10-18 Fast Pitch – St. Joseph, MO
Women’s 23-Under West Fast Pitch – Salem, OR
Men’s Senior East 50,55,60,65,70,75 – Burlington, NC
Women’s C&D Slow Pitch – Dallas, TX
Coed Slow Pitch – St. Joseph, MO
Men’s Masters 40-Over Slow Pitch – Ridgeland, MS
Men’s Church Slow Pitch – Ridgeland, MS
Men’s Industrial Slow Pitch – TBD


Men’s Class C Northern Slow Pitch – Springfield, MO
Men’s Class D Northern Slow Pitch – Liberty, MO
Men’s Class E/Rec Northern Slow Pitch – Mandan, ND


Men’s Class C Southern Slow Pitch – Ridgeland, MS
Men’s Class D Southern Slow Pitch – Dallas, TX
Men’s Class E/Rec Southern Slow Pitch –TBD


Men’s Class C Western Slow Pitch – Roseville, CA
Men’s Class D Western Slow Pitch – Salem, OR
Men’s Class E/Rec Western Slow Pitch – Hanford, CA


Men’s Class C Eastern Slow Pitch – Columbus, OH
Men’s Class D Eastern Slow Pitch – Columbus, OH
Men’s Class E/Rec Eastern Slow Pitch – Columbus, OH

Also be sure to continue and check out for the most up-to-date information on the Annual Council Meeting.

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 76 local associations. The ASA has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 210,000 teams today, representing a membership of more than three million. For more information on the ASA, visit

About USA Softball

USA Softball is the brand created, operated and owned by the ASA that links the USA Men’s, Women’s, Junior Boys’ and Junior Girls’ National Team programs together. USA Softball is responsible for training, equipping and promoting these four National Teams to compete in international and domestic competitions. The USA Softball Women’s National Team is one of the only two women’s sports involved in the Olympic movement to capture three consecutive gold medals at the Olympic Games since 1996. The U.S. women have also won nine World Championship titles including the last seven consecutive as well as claimed six World Cup of Softball titles. For more information about USA Softball, please visit

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