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18 Gold "50" Classified Teams

by sofballin » Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:50 pm

American Athletics
John Fitzpatrick

American Pastime Gold
Larry Farnworth

Artesia Punishers
Mark Dupuy

CA RAGE GOLD
James Guido

California Desperados-Gre
Greg Gonzales

California Raiders
Philip Bruder

California Thunder-Joe
JoeVargas

California Thunder-Valarie
Valarie Van Kink

Case Batbusters
Bob Wenk

Corona Angels Marty
Marty Tyson

Corona Angels-Phil
Phillip Adishian

Courage
Craig Weaver

Explosion
Joe Weddle

Fillys Gold
Patrick Kelly

Firecrackers-Tony
Tony Rico

Firecrackers -Brad
Brad Wakeman

Firecrackers-Ristow
Dan Ristow

Fury Softball
Mark Goodacre

Irvine Sting
Jennifer Dominguez

JETS Gold
Craig Pearce

Mizuno Pride
Lew Currier

Nemesis Elite
Sandy Stuart-Grana

OC Dynasty
Jay Parra

OC Elite-Greg
Greg Esteban

Pumas
Gary Keohohou

San Deiego Legacy
Ken Wiemer

San Diego Breakers
Brant Beddow

San Diego County Breakers
Dan Worley

San Diego Mystic
Keith Bockmier

San Diego Renegades
Don Portugal

Scorpions
Charles Christensen

SGV Velocity
Mark Shuster

So Cal Athletics
Bruce Richardson

So Cal Cobras
Jason Corona

So Cal Hurricanes
Mitch La Riva

So Cal Pumas-Wike
John Nourse

So Cal Rebels
Ernie Marez


So Cal Spirit
Lorie Coleman


So. Cal. Sliderz
Ronald DePompa

SoCal Wicked (Limon)
Dave Limon

South Bay Diamond Girls
Frank Flores

South Bay Quest
Jim Belch

Strike Force
Gabe Guerra

Strike Force Gold-Jensen
Jim Jenson

Sudden Impact-Skip
Skip Matulik

Teamsmith
Julie Smith

TNL
Jerry Delamater

USA Athletics
Michael Rogers

USA Revolution
Dave Bashor

Valley Breeze
Tom Sotelo

So far, ASA has allowed 2 teams that did not classify (in either classifier) to be part of the 50 classified teams.
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by jmo » Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:53 am

"So far, ASA has allowed 2 teams that did not classify (in either classifier) to be part of the 50 classified teams"

And there will be a few more teams added that did not classify as several Gold teams decide to pursue Premier Nationals only and relinquish their "Gold" classification.
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by as the world turns » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:20 am

This year the gold classification is such a futile effort. All the top teams will be at Premier, the smart teams will stay in CA and participate in 18A in Hemet and not bother with the gold thing, but also try to qualify for Premier. The dumb teams will try to qualify for ASA Gold Nationals and travel to Georgia, spend a ton of money and get rained out. ASA will be lucky if they have 50 teams for the Gold qualifier after the better teams bail out. It looks like teams are getting bumped into the Gold 50 even though they didn't earn it, i.e. teams with a 1-2 record qualify? :lol: Smells like TCS and USSSA. What a joke. :roll:
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by Sftbll4ever » Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:12 am

as the world turns wrote:This year the gold classification is such a futile effort. All the top teams will be at Premier, the smart teams will stay in CA and participate in 18A in Hemet and not bother with the gold thing, but also try to qualify for Premier. The dumb teams will try to qualify for ASA Gold Nationals and travel to Georgia, spend a ton of money and get rained out. ASA will be lucky if they have 50 teams for the Gold qualifier after the better teams bail out. It looks like teams are getting bumped into the Gold 50 even though they didn't earn it, i.e. teams with a 1-2 record qualify? :lol: Smells like TCS and USSSA. What a joke. :roll:


:shock: :? :roll: :shock: :? :roll:
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by as the world turns » Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:51 am

Sftbll4ever wrote:
as the world turns wrote:This year the gold classification is such a futile effort. All the top teams will be at Premier, the smart teams will stay in CA and participate in 18A in Hemet and not bother with the gold thing, but also try to qualify for Premier. The dumb teams will try to qualify for ASA Gold Nationals and travel to Georgia, spend a ton of money and get rained out. ASA will be lucky if they have 50 teams for the Gold qualifier after the better teams bail out. It looks like teams are getting bumped into the Gold 50 even though they didn't earn it, i.e. teams with a 1-2 record qualify? :lol: Smells like TCS and USSSA. What a joke. :roll:


:shock: :? :roll: :shock: :? :roll:

We have two national tournaments in our own back yard, why bother going to Georgia. The Gold competition is going to be so watered down, just sayin.
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by Mystic93 » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:22 am

When you're competing and you see tears of joy or tears of sadness in the eyes of 16 or 17 year old girls at the end of these games, then writing how bad ASA or Gold or TCS or whatever or how great this or that is becomes one word to me: Irrelevant.

Congratulations to ALL the young ladies who worked hard on the fields this fall and winter.

They are the ones that should be commended regardless of whatever affiliation their coaches see fit to put them in.
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by as the world turns » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:29 am

If qualifying with a 1-2 record brings tears, well, who am I to judge :roll: The Gold title this year is more for the coach's ego.
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by Blind Squirrel » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:31 am

Mystic93 wrote:When you're competing and you see tears of joy or tears of sadness in the eyes of 16 or 17 year old girls at the end of these games, then writing how bad ASA or Gold or TCS or whatever or how great this or that is becomes one word to me: Irrelevant.

Congratulations to ALL the young ladies who worked hard on the fields this fall and winter.

They are the ones that should be commended regardless of whatever affiliation their coaches see fit to put them in.


Irrelevant to some. Sure. Perhaps, justifiably so. Depends on the situation. Extremely relevant to others? Yup. Just as justifiably so.

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by SBRules4Dummies » Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:32 pm

How do you qualify for the Premier Tournament? How many teams will be invited for each Nationals and what age groups are they having?
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by PDad » Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:15 pm

SBRules4Dummies wrote:How do you qualify for the Premier Tournament? How many teams will be invited for each Nationals and what age groups are they having?

You can find the info at http://premiergirlsfastpitch.com/tournaments.html
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