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2015 Rocky Mountain Shootout Major tournament preview!

 

 

31st Annual 

 

"Rocky Mountain Shootout"

 

Nationwide Conference USSSA!

 

August 1-2

 

Tournament Preview

 

 

2015 Rocky Mountain Shootout Bracket Link

 

The Nationwide Conference USSSA returns to Colorado for the 31st Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout!  The event was won last year by the surprise B&B Drywall team that used the win and points to vault into the Major World Series.  This year there are 29 teams total led by #6 OC Swats Doerflinger/Miken/LCP out of Southern California and #13 Team Racks/Easton out of Wyoming.  These two teams will be challenged by Peak Softball and a number of 'C' teams led by Stars out of Colorado.  The warm weather, high altitude, and 320 foot fences should make things interesting.  Looking at the points 180 to win doesn't really help OC Swats who are there just to play before 'B' Worlds and 180 would move Racks into a tie with Albicocco for 8th place.

I am not aware of any livestreaming.

Team Breakdown:
29 Teams Overall
 5 Nationwide Conference USSSA Teams
 1 'A' Teams
 2 'B' Teams
 5 'C'

 

 

Racks and Swats tournament to win/lose

 


 

2014 Aurora Colorado

320 foot field dimensions on all fields

Aurora Sports Park Address : 18601 E. Sports Park Drive, Aurora, Colorado 80011

 


 

Weekend Weather

 


 

Past tournament results

2014 Results
1 MO-B B&B Drywall/Easton
2 WY-B Sonnys
3 AZ-B AZM/3n2/Easton/Classick Sports
4 CO-C Peak Softball

2011 Results
1 WY-A Sonny's/desert falls/elite
2 TX-B Texas Miken Softball Club berth
3 TX-A Wood law/mizuno/famous/easton
4 CO-C Peak/ l3 screen printing/tlg berth

2010 Results
1 WA-A GTL CARTEL/WORTH
2 FL-M Resmondosport/Specialty/Phonemaster
3 MO-B Hub's Pub
4 CA-B Elite Sports u.s.a./combat

2009 Results
1 FL-M Resmondo-specialty tank-worth
2 WA-A Combat USA/Elite
3 MO-C Hubs Pub/Elite
4 WA-B Northwest Combat / trojans

 

One response to “2015 Rocky Mountain Shootout Major tournament preview!”

  1. Colorado says:

    It’s to bad that more Conference teams won’t come to Colorado. It’s a nice ball park.

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