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2021 USA Super Nationals tournament preview!

 

USA Softball Super National Championship

 

August 20-22, 2021

 

Hendersonville, Tennessee

 

Drakes Creek Park

The USA Softball Super Nationals start at 9:00 AM CENTRAL time on Friday, August 20th in Hendersonville, Tennessee's at Drakes Creek Park.  The tournament has 5 teams .  The team list includes favorites Thunder/SIS/Chosen/All American/Menosse/RDD/S&S which is Brett Helmers team who have won the Super 3 years in a row.  Monsta Black Sheep/Texas5 who has a lot of new players since their 2017 Super title team.  And Mark Carucci's Juno Athletics/MPT Rentals team.  Most of the games will be on Field #3 which is a baseball field with artificial turf.  All 8 or 9 games of the Super will be played on Friday.  USA Softball will stream the games and they use gamechanger.com for live scoring.

 

Video clips from the 2020 USA Super

Condensed Game – 2020 USA Super Championship

Video clips from the 2019 USA Super

Video clips from the 2018 USA Super

Video clips from the 2017 USA Super

 

All Bracket Times are CENTRAL time

2021 USA Super Bracket and team list link

SoftballCenter.com will have the chat room open to discuss the tournament.

 


 

Who will win poll

Oldscout Pollers picked Thunder 71%

 


 

Weather

 

 


 

Rules

Homerun – Super – 16           

Run Rule –  20 after 4 innings      15 after 5 innings1

Courtesy Runner – Any eligible players that may participate on offense or defense and are on the official line-up including available substitutes may be used as a courtesy runner. A courtesy runner may be used once per inning.

Pitching – Arc must be at least 6 feet from the ground with a maximum height of 10 feet from the ground.

Line Up – The line up will contain either 10 players or 11 players (10 players + 1 extra player)

Substitutions – Each player may leave the game one time and return to the same position in the batting order.

Count – The batter will start every at bat with a 1-1 count. A foul ball with two strikes is an out. There is no courtesy foul ball.

Stealing – Stealing is legal in all divisions of play. The runner may not leave the base until the ball has reached the front edge of home plate. The ball remains live until the pitcher has the ball and all play has stopped. The ball will be called dead if: the pitch doesn’t reach the front edge of the plate, the pitch hits the plate, or if the pitch hits the batter.

Balls –                   Dudley Thunder Hy-Con .52/300

 


 

2021 Super Teams and Rosters

Apex
Adam Aceto
Joey Bulens
Justin Butler
Chad Edwards
Alden Haffar
Chad Hook
Andrew Malone
Chad McCarty
Amillio Pena
Ryan Pennebaker
Chris Potts
Jeff Ratashak
Matt Schrage
Bryce Schweitzer
Eddie Sobczak
Cole Welter
Noah Wethington
Mike Wieland
Michael Williams


Comatose / S2N / Monsta
Alex Abraham
Austin Andrews
Jim Dreikosen
Mitchell Dunse
Shane Engelbrecht
Robert Guzman
Mike Jacobson
Robertino Nieves
Brett Rettenmeier
Jacob Stadler
Matt Stefanski
Tanner Unkel
Corey Volden
Damon Wegner
Brett Wichman
Antoine Williams


Juno Athletics/MPT Rentals
Joseph Bennett
Dale Brungardt
Mark Carucci
Orlando Castillo
Andrew Collins
Jonathan Dombrowski
Benjamin Dunn
Brock Frentzel
Chris Greinert
Tyler Marshburn
Jason Martel
Philip Matte
Orlando Olivera


Monsta Black Sheep/Texas5/Monsta Athletics
RYAN DACKO
Timothy Espinoza
Matthew Fox
Ryan Harvey
Ryan Honeycutt
Brandon Hooks
Travis Houseman
Jared Hunt
David Johnson
Timothy Martinez
Brian McBryde
Faron Miller
Conner Murray
Filip Washington
Lloyd (LC) Watson
Steve Whaley
JOHNATHON WILLIAMS


Thunder/SIS/Chosen/All American/Menosse/RDD/S&S
Heath Barnes
Kevin Bazat
Cory Briggs
Travis Clark
Greg Connell
Jeff Flood
Brett Helmer
Bradley Jones
Steele Lewis
Ronald Mack
Jason Magnum
Kyle Pearson
Brad Reckart
Joshua Riley
Nic Santana
Adam Ussery
Brian Wegman
Jeremy Yates

 


 

 

Drakes Creek Park90 Valley Brook Dr, Hendersonville, TN 37075

Field #1 290-300-300

Field #2 263-300-290

Field #6 300

Field #12 300

Field #3 is a turf baseball field 320-347-357-340-318

Field #4 is 325 feet all the way around

Field #13 is 330-362-369-353-321

 


 

Past USA Super Results

 

2020 USA Softball Super Champions – H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton

2020 USA Softball Super tournament report

2020 USA Super Nationals Final Standings:
1st – H. Auto/Sonnys/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
2nd – Monsta Athletics/Black Sheep
3rd – Bad Draw/Rapid Fire/Easton
4th – MPT/Anarchy
5th – Drip City/Monsta

 


 

2019 USA Softball Super Champions – H.Auto/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton

2019 USA Softball Super tournament report

2019 USA Super Results
1st 4-0 H.Auto/RDD/Sprizzi/S&S/Easton
2nd 6-2 Dan Smith/Menosse/Steven Smith/FAI
3rd 2-2 TDB
4th 2-2 ANARCHY / SIS / OA Apparel

 


 

2018 USA Softball Super Champions – H.Auto/RDD/All In/Sprizzi/Easton

2018 USA Softball Super tournament report

1st H.Auto/RDD/All In/Sprizzi/Easton 3-1
2nd Team Racks; Yahhh!  4-2
3rd Ts 13/Monsta/Ductech  2-2
4th WC Monsta  0-2
5th Comatose/S2N/Monsta 0-2

 


 

2017 USA Softball Super Champions – WC Monsta

2017 USA Softball Super tournament report

2017 Final Standings from the Super
1st Place Place WC Monsta 3-0
2nd Place Place H.Auto/Resmondo/OA Apparel/SPTank 2-0
3rd Place Place T's 13/Monsta 2-2
4th Place Place OC 1-2
5th Place Place ASP/KV Weld/A&A Utility/OA/LGE/Gillies 0-2

 


 

2016 USA Softball Super Champions – O&S Cattle/Mr. D's

2016 USA Softball Super tournament report

Final ASA Super Standings
1) O&S Cattle/Mr. D's 4-1
2) WC Monsta 5-2
3) PowerHouseSportz/Racks/Monsta 2-2
4) Team Combat 2-2
5) T's 13/Demarini 1-2
5) H.Auto/SIS/ASP/MrWiggles/RDD/Easton 1-2
7) OC 0-2
7) TG/Red's Astros 0-2

 


2015 ASA Super Tournament Report


2014 ASA Super Tournament Report

2014 1st – Long Haul/H. Auto/Easton
         2nd – Sonny's
         3rd – Rip City/Demarini


2013 ASA Super Tournament Report

2013 Final Standings:

1st – Hortenbach Auto/Easton: 4-0
2nd – Sonny's Softball Club: 3-2
3rd – Rip City / Iron Hawk / DeMarini: 3-2
4th – Team Combat / Derby Boys: 2-2
5th – Xtreme/Miken: 2-2
6th – Tharaldson/Easton: 2-3
7th – Shoppe/Backman/TYJA/LouisvilleSlugger: 1-3
8th – Whalers / CAGear: 0-3


1981
 Burlington, NC
 Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC
 Steele’s Sports, Lima OH
 Rick Scherr, Howards (16-19, .842, 8 HRs, 23 RBIs)
 Rick Scherr, Don Arndt  (11-18, .611, 17 RBIs), Howard’s  and Henry McBeth, Steele’s (14-21, .667, 12 RBIs)    – 8
 Rick Scherr, Howards -.842
 
1982
 Burlington, NC
 Jerry’s Caterers, Miami, FL
 Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC
 Bruce Meade, Jerry’s Caterers (26-37, .703, 12 HRs, 32 RBIs)
 Bruce Meade, Jerry’s Caterers -12
 Bruce Meade, Jerry’s Caterers -.703
 
1983
 Burlington, NC
 Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC
 Elite Coatings, Gordon, GA
 Rick Scherr, Howards (15-17, .882, 12 HRs, 30 RBIs)
 Craig Elliot, Elite Coatings-14
 Rick Scherr, Howards -.882
 
1984
 Burlington, NC
 Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC
 Jerry’s Caterers, Miami, FL
 Rick Scherr, Howards (24-31, .775, 20 HRs, 37 RBIs)
 Rick Scherr, Howard’s – 20
 Bruce Meade, Jerry’s Caterers -.775
 
1985
 Burlington, NC
 Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
 Elite Coatings, Gordon, GA
 Craig Elliot, Steele’s (.711, 17 HRs, 32 RBIs)
 Craig Elliot, Steele’s Sports  – 17
 Bruce Meade, Jerry’s Caterers – .815
 
1986
 Burlington, NC
 Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
 Pepsi-Cola, Danville, VA
 Craig Elliot, Steele’s Sports (.703, 17 HRs, 28 RBIs)
 Craig Elliot, Steele’s – 17
 Charles Wright, Steele’s . – .810 (12 HRs)
 
1987
 Parma, OH
 Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
 Budweiser, Youngstown, OH
 Mike Macenko, Steele’s (27-36, .750, 12 HRs, 26 RBIs)
 Scott Virkus, Steele’s – 16 (.667)
 Mike Macenko, Steele’s -.722
 
1988
 Oklahoma City, OK
 Starpath, Monticello, KY
 Sports Hero’s Athletics, Eagan, MN
 Dave Johnson, Starpath (21-32, .650, 11 HRs, 20 runs scored)
 Dave Johnson, Starpath ; Bruce Baily, John Hanson’s and Bill Blake, Steele’s  (22-26, .846)  – 11
 Kevin Giddens, Lighthouse -.818
 
1989
 Oklahoma City, OK
 Ritch’s Salvage, Harrisburgh, NC
 Starpath/Kirk’s Glass, Lexington, KY
 Charles Wright, Ritch’s Salvage (31-39, .795, 14 HRs, 24 RBIs)
 Britt Hightower, Ritch’s Salvage (25-39, .641, 33 RBIs)  -16
 Bruce Rains, Starpath/Kirks – .875 (21-24, 12 HRs)
 
1990
 Oklahoma City, OK
 Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH
 Lighthouse/Sunbelt,  Stone Mountain, GA
 Mike Macenko (27-31, .871, 18 HRs, 34 RBIs) and Monty Tucker (23-26, .880, 18 HRs, 26 RBIs),  Steele’s Silver Bullets
 Doug Roberson, Superior/ Apollo –20 (30-41, .732,  35 RBIs)
 Carl Rose, Lighthouse (27-30, 17 HRs, 25 RBIs) & Wes Lord, Budweiser (18-20, 10 HRs, 21 RBIs) – .900
 
1991
 Little Rock, AK
 Sunbelt/Worth, Centerville, GA
 Ritch’s-Superior/ TPS,  Windsor Locks, CT
 Steve Craven,  Sunbelt/Worth 14-19, .737, 5 HRs)
 Jim Fuller, Ritch’s-Superior, Jeff Arnold, Williams/Finke, Britt Hightower Danny Williams (.632),  Sunbelt – 8
 Carl Rose, Sunbelt/ Worth -.800 (7 HRs)
 
1992
 Hendersonville, TN
 Ritch’s-Superior/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Steele’s/Sunbelt, Brooke Park, OH
 Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior (22-28, .786, 10 HRs, 24 RBIs)
 Jimmy Powers, Steele’s  (19-23, .826, 30 RBIs)-11
 Bubba Defer, Worth/Time Out Sports – .867 (13-15, 8 HRs, 15 RBIs)
 
1993
 Johnson City, TN
 Ritch’s-Superior/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Bell Corp/Easton, Tampa, FL
 Charles Wright, Ritch’s-Superior (18-22, .818,  13 HRs, 25 RBIs)
 Carl Rose, Williams/Worth – 18 (25-34, .735, 38 RBIs)
 Scott Flood, DJ’s – .850 (17-20, 8 HRs, 20 RBIs)
 
1994
 Maryville, TN
 Bell Corp/Easton, Tampa, FL
 Ritch’s-Superior/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Hank Garris, Bell Corp  (19-22, .864, 12 HRs, 18 RBIs)
 Dan Schuck, Bell Corp –14 (19-25, .760, 22 RBIs)
 Derek Oliver, Converters -.950 (19-20, 8 HRs, 15 RBIs)
 
1995
 Waterloo, IA
 Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, GA
 Ritch’s-Superior/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Wendell Rickard, Lighthouse/ Worth (15-26, .577, 6 HRs, 19 RBIs)
 Wendell Rickard, Lighthouse and Parrish Barwick,  (10-12, .833, 14 RBIs) Back Porch -6
 Mike Jackson, Riverside/ RAM -.842 (16-19)
 
1996
 Johnson City, TN
 Ritch’s-Superior/ Tri-Gems/Beloli/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Shen Valley/ Superior/Taylor Brothers/TPS, Bridgewater, VA
 Darrell Bealer, Ritch’s-Superior (25-30, .833, 19 HRs, 32 RBIs)
 Darrell Bealer, Ritch’s,  Tot Powers, Shen Valley (30-34, .882, 36 RBIs) and  Carl Rose, Lighthouse (27-38, .711, 29 RBIs)   -19
 Jeff Wallace, Steele’s Silver Bullets -.909 (30-33, 17 HRs, 28 RBIs)
 
1997
 Sanford, FL
 Ritch’s-Superior/ Tri-Gems/Beloli/ TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
 Shen Valley/ Taylor Brothers/TPS Bridgewater, VA
 Dewayne Nevitt, Ritch’s-Superior (.632, 20 HRs, 37 RBIs)
 Dewayne Nevitt, Ritch’s –20
 Mike Rodriguez, Sierra – .826 (19-23)
 
1998
 Sanford, FL
 Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, GA
 Sunbelt/Dan Smith/ Easton,  Centerville, GA
 Ricky Huggins, Lighthouse  (13-16, .812, 11 HRs, 24 RBIs)
 Carl Rose, Lighthouse – 12 (12-15, .750, 18 RBIs)
 Greg Cannedy, Sierra/TPS – 857  (12-14)
 
1999
 Sanford, FL
 Team Easton, Burlingame, CA
 Team TPS, Louisville, KY
 Todd Joerling, Team Easton (15-19, .789, 14 RBIs)
 Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (25 RBIs) – 12
 Brett Helmer, Team Easton -.833 (15-18)
 
2000 
 Sanford, FL
 Team TPS, Louisville, KY
 Bell Corp/Easton, Tampa, FL
 Hank Garris, Team TPS (.900, 16 HRs)
 Hank Garris, Team TPS – 16
 Hank Garris, Team TPS – .900   

 

 

2001
 Sanford, FL
 Long Haul/Taylor/ Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN
 Hague/Resmondo/ Specialty Tank/TPS, Columbus, OH
 Brad Stiles, Long Haul/TPS (13-14, .929)
 Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/TPS (13-17, .765, 11 RBIs) – 11
 Brad Stiles, Long Haul/ TPS – .929  

2002
 Sanford, FL
 Long Haul/Taylor/ Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN
 Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/ Easton, San Jose, CA
 Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/TPS (17-19, .865, 14 HRs, 26 RBIs)
 Jeff Wallace, Long Haul – 14
 Jeff Hall, Backman/ Smith/Easton (20-22) – .909 

2003
 Sanford, FL
 Resmondo/Hague/ Taylor/Sunbelt/ Miken, Columbus, OH
 Dan Smith/Backman/ Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA
 Howie Krause, Resmondo/ Hague (11-16, .688, 7 HRs, 16 RBIs)
 Brett Helmer, Dan Smith/Backman (23 RBIs) – 11
 Bob Woldyk, US Vinyl (12-13, 4 HRs) – .923 

2004 – The ASA Super Class Disbanded, The Major Class was the highest class in 2004 and 2005. Then in 2006, the Major Class was Disbanded and the Class-A Nationals became the highest Classification in ASA in 2006.

 

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