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Orange County Batbusters Campbell 14u, Garden Grove, California

2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship 14u,16u Champions

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 2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships- Week Two- 14u and 16u Champions.

14u Premier-

Georgia Impact 14u, Kennesaw, Georgia

Georgia Impact 14u, Kennesaw, Georgia

Orange County Batbusters Campbell 14u, Garden Grove, California

Orange County Batbusters Campbell 14u, Garden Grove, California

2015 14u Premier National Champions- Orange County Batbusters-Campbell over Georgia Impact, 7-4.

Watch the game on YouTube channel.


16u Premier-

Beverly Bandits DeMarini 16u, Chicago, IL

Beverly Bandits DeMarini 16u, Chicago, Illinois

Tampa Mustangs 16u, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Tampa Mustangs 16u, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

2015 16u Premier National Champions- Tampa Mustangs (Florida) over Beverly Bandits DeMarini (Illinois), 1-0.

Watch the game on YouTube channel.


2015 14u Platinum National Champions- Cal Nuggets (California) over the Nor Cal Dirt Dogs (California), 6-4.

Watch the game on YouTube channel.


 16u Platinum-

KC Peppers 16u, Olathe, Kansas

KC Peppers 16u, Olathe, Kansas

 

Sparks Premier 16u, Orland Park, Illinois

Sparks Premier 16u, Orland Park, Illinois

2015 16u Platinum National Champions- Sparks Premier (Illinois) over KC Peppers (Kansas), 5-3.

Watch the game on YouTube channel.


2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch 10u, 12u, 18u Champions


The 2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championships began this week in sunny Southern California. This highly regarded tournament is well known for attracting the top elite girl’s fastpitch softball teams in the country.

The 10u, 12u and 18u age divisions competed the previous week. All games will be played at three Orange County venues, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, and Irvine.

Recognized as one of the biggest and most significant events in girls fastpitch softball, the team competition draws hundreds of college coaches, all with a close eye…scouting players and looking for the next super talent to add to their college rosters.

Including players, parents, coaches and spectators, an estimated 32,000 people will be in attendance over the two week tournament.

OC Batbusters won the 18u National Title in 2014. So Cal Athletics 18u previously won back to back titles for the first four years of the tournament. 2014 National Champions in other age divisions were: 18u Platinum- OC Batbusters-Briggs, 16u Premier- So Cal Athletics-Myers, 16u Platinum-Cal Cruisers Evans, 14u Premier-Corona Angels Tyson, 14u Platinum-Courage, 12u Premier-So Cal Athletics Mercado.


 

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The mission of Premier Girls Fastpitch is to provide a national platform on which fastpitch softball players can demonstrate their individual and team-enhancing skills, competing against the Best of the Best players and teams.

The objectives include upgrading those skills through the ultimate developmental step of games and showcasing those skills at the highest possible level of competition, so that both players and college scouts are afforded the most viable evaluation of their talents with bat, ball, and glove.

The Premier offers a competitive stage for players at ascending age levels. Teams are invited from around the country to the national games on the basis of proven performance, and/or, qualifying tournaments. Premier employs a championship format, which tests player and team endurance and capability, and is a vital preparation for the college years to come. Premier pursues a standard of excellence on and off the field, for players, coaches and umpires.

The team and players which stand on the top tier of this competition as national champions are truly the Best of the Best.

2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships-10u, 12u and 18u Champions

Tanner Tees- The Best Hitting Tee on the Market


2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships- 10u, 12u and 18u Champions.

 

2015 PGF 18u Premier National Champions- OC Batbusters. Photo by First Choice Softball.

2015 PGF 18u Premier National Champions- OC Batbusters. Photo by First Choice Softball.

2015 10u, 12u, 18u Championship game results.

18u Premier 2015 Champions- Orange County Batbusters over So Cal Athletics, 7-0.

OC Batbusters are 2014 and 2015 back to back PGF Champions.

2015 PGF 18u Premier National Champions- Orange County Batbusters. Photo by First Choice Softball.

2015 PGF 18u Premier National Champions- Orange County Batbusters. Photo by First Choice Softball.

Watch the game on PGF Network YouTube channel.

Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast. Tape Delayed.


18u Platinum 2015 Champions-Firecrackers-Pascoe over Iowa Premier Gold, 3-2.

Firecrackers-Pascoe receive an automatic berth to the 2016 Premier division championship.

Watch the game on PGF Network YouTube channel.


12u Premier 2015 Champions- Orange County Batbusters Mascarenas over So Cal Choppers 02, 2-1.

2015 PGF 12u National Champions- Orange County Batbusters Mascarenas. Photo by First Choice Softball.

2015 PGF 12u National Champions- Orange County Batbusters Mascarenas. Photo by First Choice Softball.

Watch the game on PGF Network YouTube channel.

Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast. Tape Delayed.


 10u Premier 2015 Champions- Diamond Sports Hotshots over Texas Chaos 04, 8-5.

Watch the game on PGF Network YouTube channel.


2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch 14u and 16u Champions


The 2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championships began this week in sunny Southern California. This highly regarded tournament is well known for attracting the top elite girl’s fastpitch softball teams in the country.

The 14u and 16u age divisions will be competing next week, August 1-8. All games will be played at three Orange County venues, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, and Irvine.

Recognized as one of the biggest and most significant events in girls fastpitch softball, the team competition draws hundreds of college coaches, all with a close eye…scouting players and looking for the next super talent to add to their college rosters.

Including players, parents, coaches and spectators, an estimated 32,000 people will be in attendance over the two week tournament.

OC Batbusters won the 18u National Title in 2014. So Cal Athletics 18u previously won back to back titles for the first four years of the tournament. 2014 National Champions in other age divisions were: 18u Platinum- OC Batbusters-Briggs, 16u Premier- So Cal Athletics-Myers, 16u Platinum-Cal Cruisers Evans, 14u Premier-Corona Angels Tyson, 14u Platinum-Courage, 12u Premier-So Cal Athletics Mercado.


14u, 16u PGF Game Information

Pool play begins Sunday, August 2nd.

Bracket play begins Tuesday, August 4th.

14u/16u CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES -Saturday, August 8th-
•14u Premier Championship game – 11:00am. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•16u Premier Championship game – 2:00pm. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•14u Platinum Championship game – 5:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel

•16u Platinum Championship game – 8:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel

All games will be tape delayed.­

14u, 16u Game Schedules- Click Here.


 

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The mission of Premier Girls Fastpitch is to provide a national platform on which fastpitch softball players can demonstrate their individual and team-enhancing skills, competing against the Best of the Best players and teams.

The objectives include upgrading those skills through the ultimate developmental step of games and showcasing those skills at the highest possible level of competition, so that both players and college scouts are afforded the most viable evaluation of their talents with bat, ball, and glove.

The Premier offers a competitive stage for players at ascending age levels. Teams are invited from around the country to the national games on the basis of proven performance, and/or, qualifying tournaments. Premier employs a championship format, which tests player and team endurance and capability, and is a vital preparation for the college years to come. Premier pursues a standard of excellence on and off the field, for players, coaches and umpires.

The team and players which stand on the top tier of this competition as national champions are truly the Best of the Best.

2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships

Tanner Tees- The Best Hitting Tee on the Market


2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships- July 25th through August 8th.

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The 2015 Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championships begin July 25th in sunny Southern California. This highly regarded tournament is well known for attracting the top elite girl’s fastpitch softball teams in the country. Entering into it’s sixth year, an expected 415 teams are schedule to compete for a national title in the annual PGF National Championship Series.

This is the first year PGF will introduce a 10u championship age division. The overall tournament will run over a two week period beginning with the 10u, 12u and 18u age divisions playing the first week, July 25-31 and the 14u and 16u age divisions competing in the final week of August 1-8. All games will be played at three Orange County venues, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, and Irvine.

Recognized as one of the biggest and most significant events in girls fastpitch softball, the team competition draws hundreds of college coaches, all with a close eye…scouting players and looking for the next super talent to add to their college rosters.

Including players, parents, coaches and spectators, an estimated 32,000 people will be in attendance over the two week tournament.

OC Batbusters won the 18u National Title in 2014. So Cal Athletics 18u previously won back to back titles for the first four years of the tournament. 2014 National Champions in other age divisions were: 18u Platinum- OC Batbusters-Briggs, 16u Premier- So Cal Athletics-Myers, 16u Platinum-Cal Cruisers Evans, 14u Premier-Corona Angels Tyson, 14u Platinum-Courage, 12u Premier-So Cal Athletics Mercado.

Each tournament week kicks off with a spectacular Opening Ceremony in Huntington Beach with guest speakers, vendors, live music and entertainment.


 

10u, 12u, 18u Game Schedules- Click Here.

14u, 16u Game Schedules- Click Here.


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Friday, July 31st –
CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
•12u Premier Championship game – 11:00am. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•18u Premier Championship game – 2:00pm. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•10u Premier Championship game – 5:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel

•18u Platinum Championship game – 8:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel


 

Saturday, August 8th –
CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
•14u Premier Championship game – 11:00am. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•16u Premier Championship game – 2:00pm. Nationally Televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast

•14u Platinum Championship game – 5:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel

•16u Platinum Championship game – 8:00pm. Nationally Web Streamed on PGF YouTube Channel

All games will be tape delayed.­


 

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The mission of Premier Girls Fastpitch is to provide a national platform on which fastpitch softball players can demonstrate their individual and team-enhancing skills, competing against the Best of the Best players and teams.

The objectives include upgrading those skills through the ultimate developmental step of games and showcasing those skills at the highest possible level of competition, so that both players and college scouts are afforded the most viable evaluation of their talents with bat, ball, and glove.

The Premier offers a competitive stage for players at ascending age levels. Teams are invited from around the country to the national games on the basis of proven performance, and/or, qualifying tournaments. Premier employs a championship format, which tests player and team endurance and capability, and is a vital preparation for the college years to come. Premier pursues a standard of excellence on and off the field, for players, coaches and umpires.

The team and players which stand on the top tier of this competition as national champions are truly the Best of the Best.

Southwest Summer Nationals

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Austin provides perfect backdrop for inaugural Southwest Summer Nationals

From July 22-26, Triple Crown is introducing a completely new event, the TC Summer Southwest Nationals in Austin, Texas. The Triple Crown name has attracted some of the best names in club softball from this region of the United States. In its inaugural year, the tournament has brought over 200 teams across 10 different states (Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas).

Each team is guaranteed a minimum of five games, including pool-play and the double elimination bracket format. Throughout the five divisions (10u, 12u, 14u, 16u and 18u), each club has equal opportunity to carry home a Triple Crown title.

Jennie Finch, the two-time Olympian and a 2004 gold medalist from the Games in Athens, Greece, will kick off the week of festivities at the Opening Ceremonies, July 22, courtesy of Mizuno USA. Speaking in front of hundreds, Finch will undoubtedly enlighten and inspire these future stars of softball. Finch will also offer an autograph session directly following her speech.

Austin is known for its exuberant culture, and true to that spirit, the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau has booked the Aaron Navarro Band to rock the Krieg Complex in Austin. Of course, anyone looking for additional entertainment can make their way into vibrant downtown Austin. Players and their families can engulf themselves in the festivities around world famous 6th Street, bravely watch the thousands of bats take flight into the night sky at the Congress Avenue Bridge, fly down a zip line over in Lake Travis, or gander at the Baylor Street Art Wall.

Also in the maiden event, head coach of The University of Texas, Connie Clark, will conduct a special player clinic on Thursday evening at the Krieg Complex. With her reputation as one of the most dynamic coaches in college softball, Clark will provide priceless instruction for girls wishing for a future in fastpitch.

Exceptional talent will flock to Austin and its surrounding areas, and so too will college coaches looking to fill future roster spots in hopes of their own success. The impressive list of attendees continues to grow, featuring NCAA Division I teams such as Houston Baptist University and smaller programs like Blinn College (NJCAA).

The end of July marks what is sure to be one of the most competitive fastpitch tournaments of the summer. With Austin providing the flavor, the TCS Southwest Summer Nationals will be cherished by everyone, deep in the heart of Texas.

2015 TC/USA Nationals

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Over 185 teams headed to Reno/Tahoe for TC/USA Nationals

The 2015 TC/USA Nationals, one of the most competitive fastpitch softball events of the year, arrives in Nevada from July 14-17. Over 185 teams will be attending, and the 2015 field features some of the most elite teams in the 14, 16 and 18 Open divisions.

“The TC/USA Nationals brings together elite softball clubs from across the country to compete for a national championship,” said tournament director Krista Crawford.  “Each year the event is played in a different region of the U.S. This year we are excited to be playing the event in Reno and Tahoe, Nevada, due to the area’s premier facilities, excellent lodging partners and ease of access for teams either driving or flying.”

Twenty-two states and Canada are represented in the field this year (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington). Both Texas and California are bringing 55 teams, respectively. Arizona will bring 11 teams of their own and host state Nevada has six teams competing in the tournament.

As the only team from Nevada in the 18 Open division, the hometown Reno Heat will have their work cut out for them. According to usclubrankings.com, 58 of the top 100 teams in the nation will be competing including five of the top 10 and 31 of the top 50.

On Friday, July 17, CBS Sports Network will televise both the 16u and 18u title games. The 16u championship game is slated for 6:00pm ET, and the 18u championship is scheduled for 8:30pm ET and will be played at the University of Nevada-Reno campus.

Triple Crown veteran Thad Anderson (play-by-pay) and gold medalist in the 2004 Athens Olympics, Amanda Freed (analyst) will have the call for both games Friday. Viewers will be able to watch elite teams duke it out on CBSSN which is available on local cable, video and telco providers, and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158.

About TC/USA Nationals:

Triple Crown Sports created the event in 2012 using the U.S. Club Rankings (www.usclubrankings.com) to help target the top 14U, 16U and 18U teams in the country. TCS takes the top 100 teams listed on the NCR and gives an automatic berth to a program’s 18 Gold, 16U and 14U teams, along with the top five regionally ranked teams from 13 regions around the country. Invites are not passed down if a team chooses not come.  Instead, TCS fills all open spots with at-large selections.  At-large teams fill out an application listing reasons why TCS should select them to fill the remaining spots.

In 2014, Triple Crown’s USA Nationals was held in Cumming, Georgia. After two years of domination, the Firecrackers-Rico were left out of the championship game, leaving the EC Bullets and the Corona Angels to duke it out for the title. With the game tied in the bottom of the 7th inning, the Angels needed some late game magic to walk away as champions. After a few hits, the Angels executed a perfect squeeze play that scored the winning run and gave them the title.


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2015 NCAA Division I Softball Regional Championship TV Schedule

See the SUPER REGIONAL TV Schedule here.


ESPN’s Record-Setting Regional Coverage Kicks Off 2015 NCAA Division I Softball Championship (Regional Schedule – Day-by-Day)

By Derek Volner

ESPN is the home of the 2015 NCAA Division I Softball Championship presented by Capital One beginning with record-setting Regional round coverage (May 15-17), continuing the Super Regionals (May 21-24) and concluding with the Women’s College World Series (May 28 – June 3) in Oklahoma City, Okla. The 2015 NCAA Softball Championship is the 15th consecutive year ESPN has televised the entire Women’s College World Series and the ninth consecutive year it has televised every game of the Super Regionals.

Record-Setting Regional Round Coverage

ESPN’s NCAA  Softball Championship Regional round coverage will total as many as  84 games from 12 campus sites – the most sites ESPN has ever originated from  – across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, ESPN3 and SEC Network +.  The 2014 National Champion and No. 1 overall seed Florida Gators highlight the first weekend of the championship as the Gators host the Gainesville Regional.  Overall, ESPN’s Regional round coverage will feature 10 of the top 11 seeds including No. 3 Michigan (Ann Arbor Regional), No. 4 Auburn (Auburn Regional), No. 5 LSU (Baton Rouge Regional), No. 6 Alabama (Tuscaloosa Regional), No. 7 UCLA (Los Angeles Regional), No. 8 Tennessee (Knoxville Regional) , No. 9 Florida State (Tallahassee Regional), No. 10 Missouri (Columbia Regional), and No. 11 Oklahoma (Norman Regional).  Additionally, No. 13 Louisiana-Lafayette (Lafayette Regional), and No. 14 Georgia (Athens Regional) will also be covered.

Format: ESPN will carry every game (maximum of seven games) from the 12 regionals. Each regional is a four-team, double-elimination tournament, concluding with one team advancing to the Super Regionals.  A full schedule is provided below.

ESPN’s 2015 NCAA Division I Softball Television Schedule (Day by Day)

Please Note: Networks are likely to change throughout the weekend based on if necessary games. For the latest information, please check espnW’s schedule and results page

 


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2015 NCAA Division I Women’s College Softball REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Televised Schedule


Date Time (ET) Game Network

Fri, May 15

1:30 pm Norman Regional:
Lehigh vs. Texas A&M
SEC Network
1:30 pm Tuscaloosa Regional:
USC Upstate vs Washington
ESPNU
2:30 pm Athens Regional:
Western Kentucky vs North Carolina
ESPN3
3:30 pm Ann Arbor Regional:
Pittsburgh vs. California
ESPNU
3:30 pm Knoxville Regional:
Virginia Tech vs Utah
ESPN3
3:30 pm Gainesville Regional:
Flordia Atlantic vs Hofstra
ESPN3
4 p.m. Tuscaloosa Regional:
Fairfield vs No. 6 Alabama
SEC Network
4 p.m. Norman Regional:
Central Arkansas vs No. 11 Oklahoma
ESPN3
4 p.m. Auburn Regional:
Chattanooga vs South Alabama
ESPN3
4:30 pm Baton Rouge Regional:
Nebraska vs Arizona State
ESPN3
4:30 pm Tallahassee Regional:
Central Florida vs South Carolina
ESPN3
5:00 p.m. Athens Regional:
Central Connecticut vs No. 14 Georgia
ESPNU
5:00 p.m. Columbia Regional:
Louisville vs Kansas
ESPN3
6 p.m. Ann Arbor Regional:
Oakland vs No. 3 Michigan
ESPNU
6 p.m. Knoxville Regional:
Longwood vs No. 8 Tennessee
ESPN3
6 p.m. Gainesville Regional:
Florida A&M vs No. 1 Florida
ESPN3
6 p.m. Los Angeles Regional:
San Diego State vs Texas
ESPN3
6:30 p.m. Lafayette Regional:
Mississippi State vs Baylor
ESPN3
6:30 p.m. Auburn Regional:
Tennessee Tech vs No. 4 Auburn
ESPN3
7 p.m. Baton Rouge Regional:
Texas Southern vs No. 5 LSU
ESPN2
7 p.m. Tallahassee Regional:
Dartmouth vs No. 9 Florida
ESPN3
7:30 p.m. Columbia Regional:
Indiana State vs No. 10 Missouri
SEC Network
8:30 p.m. Los Angeles Regional:
Cal State Northridge vs No. 7 UCLA
ESPN3
9 p.m. Lafayette Regional:
Weber State vs No. 13 Louisana-Lafayette
SEC Network

 


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Date Time (ET) Game Network

Sat. May 16

Noon Baton Rouge Regional:
Game 3
ESPN
Noon Athens Regional:
Game 3
ESPN3 or SEC Network
Noon Tallahassee Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
1 p.m. Gainesville Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
1 p.m. Knoxville Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
1 p.m. Auburn Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
2 p.m. Tuscaloosa Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
2:30 p.m. Baton Rouge Regional: Game 4 ESPN
2:30 p.m. Athens Regional: Game 4 ESPN3 or SEC Network
2:30 p.m. Norman Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
2:30 p.m. Tallahassee Regional: Game 4 ESPN3
3 p.m. Los Angeles Regional: Game 3** ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Gainesville Regional: Game 4 ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Knoxville Regional: Game 4 ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Auburn Regional: Game 4 ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Columbia Regional: Game 3 ESPN3 or SEC Network
5:30 p.m. Los Angeles Regional: Game 7** ESPN3 or SEC Network
6 p.m. Knoxville Regional: Game 7** ESPN3
6 p.m. Lafayette Regional: Game 3 ESPN3
5 p.m. Baton Rouge Regional: Game 5 ESPN
5 p.m. Norman Regional: Game 4 ESPN3
5 p.m. Athens Regional: Game 5 ESPN3 or SEC Network
5 p.m. Tallahassee Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
5:30 p.m. Los Angeles Regional: Game 4** ESPN3
6 p.m. Gainesville Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
Knoxville Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
Auburn Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
Columbia Regional: Game 4 ESPN3 or SEC Network
6:30 p.m. Ann Arbor Regional: Game 4 ESPN2
7 p.m. Tuscaloosa Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
7 p.m. Lafayette Regional: Game 4 ESPN
7:30 p.m. Norman Regional: Game 5 ESPN3
8 p.m. Los Angeles Regional: Game 5** ESPN3
8 p.m. Columbia Regional: Game 5 ESPN3 or SEC Network
7:00 p.m. PT Ann Arbor Regional: Game 5 ESPNU
9:30 p.m. Lafayette Regional: Game 5 ESPN

 


 

Date Time (ET) Game Network

Sun, May 17

Noon Athens Regional: Game 6 ESPN3 or SEC Network
Noon Tallahassee Regional: Game 6 ESPN3
1 pm Auburn Regional: Game 6 ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
1 pm Gainsville Regional: Game 6 ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
1 pm Tuscaloosa Regional: Game 6 ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
1 pm Baton Rouge Regional: Game 6 ESPN
1 pm Columbia Regional: Game 6 ESPN3 or SEC Network
2:30 pm Athens Regional: Game 7* ESPN3 or SEC Network
2:30 pm Tallahassee Regional: Game 7* ESPN3
3 pm Los Angeles Regional: Game 6** ESPN3
3:30 pm Auburn Regional: Game 7* ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Gainesville Regional: Game 7* ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Knoxville Regional: Game 6 ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Norman Regional: Game 6 ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Tuscaloosa Regional: Game 7* ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Ann Arbor Regional: Game 6 ESPN, ESPNU, or ESPN3
3:30 pm Baton Rouge Regional: Game 7* ESPN, ESPNU, SEC Network or ESPN3
3:30 pm Columbia Regional: Game 7* ESPN3, or SEC Network
5:30 p.m. Los Angeles Regional: Game 7** ESPN3
6 p.m. Knoxville Regional: Game 7* ESPNU, SEC Network, or ESPN3
6 p.m. Norman Regional: Game 7** ESPNU, SEC Network, or ESPN3
6 p.m. Ann Arbor Regional: Game 7* ESPNU or ESPN3
7 p.m. Lafayette Regional: Game 6 ESPN2
9:30 p.m. Lafayette Regional: Game 7* ESPNU

All times are eastern unless noted different and game schedules are subject to change.

*If necessary game

****Please note: Longhorn Network could potentially televise games involving Texas.

Check local listings.


 

College Softball Rankings-April 28, 2015

College Softball Rankings as of April 28, 2015

Division I college softball rankings from USA Today/NFCA Coaches poll.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Florida 48-4 1
2 Oregon 41-5 2
3 Michigan 45-6 4
4 Alabama 38-11 5
5 Oklahoma 42-7 6
6 LSU 41-8 3
7 UCLA 40-8 7
8 Auburn 44-8 8
9 Florida State 40-12 10
10 Louisiana Lafayette 34-8 9
11 Missouri 35-10 15
12 Tennessee 36-13 11
13 Minnesota 41-8 12
14 Georgia 39-13 14
15 UCF 44-6 13
16 Arizona 37-12 19
17 Baylor 34-12 16
18 California 34-13 20
19 James Madison 40-6 22
20 Washington 37-13 18
21 Kentucky 29-21 17
22 South Alabama 33-9 21
23 Notre Dame 39-12 24
24 Arizona St 30-18 23
25 Texas A&M 34-17 25

Others receiving votes: North Dakota State 44, Utah 36, Kansas 24, USC Upstate 21, CSUN 6, South Carolina 5, Texas 4, Western Kentucky 2, Hofstra 1.


 College Softball TV Schedule Here.


 


 

2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Results

2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Results

Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championship Tournament 12u, 14u, 16u and 18u championship game results.

12u Premier Championship game:
So Cal Athletics-Mercado (CA) over DirecTV Genies (TX) 4-3

14u Platinum Championship game:
Courage (CA) over Cal Cruisers (CA) 9-1 in 5 innings.
Courage Head Coach: Craig Weaver
, Cal Cruisers Head Coach: Jay Sievers

14u Premier Championship game:
Corona Angels (CA) over So Cal Athletics-Quarles (CA) 7-1.
Corona Angels Head Coach: Marty Tyson
, So Cal Athletics-Quarles Head Coach: Shawn Quarles

16u Platinum Championship game:
Cal Cruisers (CA) over OC Batbusters-Alvarez (CA) 11-3.
Cal Cruisers Head Coach: Ashley Evans
, OC Batbusters-Alvarez Head Coach: Luis Perez

16u Premier Championship game:
So Cal Athletics-Myers over Beverly Bandits (IL) 2-1.
So Cal Athletics Head Coach- Steve McNee
, Beverly Bandits Head Coach- Jen Tyrrell

18u Platinum Championship game:
OC Batbusters-Briggs (CA) over Illinois Stars (IL) 5-0

18u Premier Championship game:
OC Batbusters- Haning (CA) over Corona Angels-Tyson (CA) 3-0

The PGF National Championships attract the top elite level travel teams from all over the US.  The event is held every year in Southern California and run mid July through the first week in August.

The 12u and 18u Premier championship games are nationally televised on Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and Comcast cable networks. The 18u Platinum Championship game are nationally streamed on the PGF YouTube Channel.

Teams are pre-qualified by the previous year’s finish, or through a National qualifier tournament, or were invited by PGF to attend.


2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Final Order of Finish-12u and 18u


2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Final Order of Finish-14u and 16u- Coming soon!

 

2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Tournament Team List

2014 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball National Championship Tournament Team List

July, 2014

12u Premier
01 Texas Glory Blue
AZ Hotshots 01
Az Thundercats 01
Beverly Bandits Premier 12U
Birmingham Thunderbolts 2001
Bownet-Black
Cal Lite 12u Viles
California Breeze 01
Case Batbuster – Hickman
Cen Cal Dirt Dogs 01 Heffley
Corona Angels – Slye
Corona Angels 02 – Tyson
DIRECTV GENIES ELITE
East Cobb Bullets 12U
Epoch
Firecrackers
Firecrackers 01 – Thornburg
Firecrackers 02-Cerritos
firecrackers 2019 sanchez
Firecrackers Gallego
Firecrackers-AZ Devers
Firecrackers-Manny
Fresno Force – 2001 (Rodriguez)
Georgia Impact 02
Georgia Impact Stewart
Idaho Flash Fastpitch
KBA 01
KG Hitters-Boykin
LTG Lions
NorCal Firecrackers 01
OBS MONARCHS-CAT
OC Batbusters – Steele
OC Batbusters Amador 02
OC Batbusters Williams
OC Batbusters/Team Mizuno 01
–Stith
OC Batbusters/Team Mizuno
–Montoya
OC Batbusters/Team Mizuno
–Young
OC Elite Black
OC Legends
OC United
OCBB/TM
SA Tapout NoRegret ’01
Salinas Storm 2000
San Jose Sting
So Cal 3D- Gold 
So Cal Athletics 02
So Cal Athletics Mercado 01
So Cal Breakers 01-Montana
So Cal Choppers 01-Vidal
So Cal Choppers Black
So Cal Pumas CA
Team GA 2001
Team Mizuno Impulse 02
Team Nike
Texas Blaze Lindsey Red
Texas Bombers CTX 01
Texas Glory 2020
14 Premier
Atlanta Premier-Haag
Atlanta Vipers – Vallery
Austin Stars (P. Garcia)
Beverly Bandits Premier 14U
Beverly Bandits Team
– Demarini 14U
Birmingham Thunderbolts 99
Cal A s 99
California Breeze -Jaquez
California Lite
California Thunder
Carolina Elite Genovese / Fisher
Cen Cal Dirt Dogs
Corona Angels Perez
Corona Angels Tyson
EC Bullets-Millennium
Firecrackers AZ-Hinkle
Firecrackers-Lutterloh
Firecrackers-Redmond
GA Elite
GA Power Blue 99
Georgia Impact – Jeffreys
Georgia Impact-Lewis
Gold Coast Hurricanes – Fisher
Impact Gold-Grotenhuis
Irvine Sting 2000
Jersey Intensity
KG Hitters
Lady Lightning Futures
Lakewood Firecrackers
Lil Rebels 2000
Lil Rebels 99
Lower South Liberty 14U Elite
Nor Cal Firecrackers Miller
Northwest Sidewinders – Seek
NW Bullets OR
NW Sidewinders 14u
NWI White Sox 2000
OC Batbusters 2000-Sarmiento
OC Batbusters Briggs
OC Batbusters Granado
OC Batbusters
– Lastrapes/McGowan
OC Batbusters Marinacci
OCBatbusters-Campbell
San Diego Power Surge Berndes
So Cal Athletics Jendro/Mercado 
So Cal Athletics Natividad 
So Cal Athletics TO-Mercado
So Cal Athletics-Quarles
So Cal Choppers-Moore
So Cal Pumas 14u Black 
Sorcerer
Suncats
Team California – Garcia
Team Georgia Hawk
Team Seattle
Texas Bombers – HTX
Texas Bombers Prospects
Texas Glory Y2K
TEXAS SUDDEN IMPACT
Tx Glory Adkins Gold Campbell
USA Elite 99
Vienna Stars 2000
Virginia Glory Elite – Mertz
14u Platinum
All American Mizuno-Walker
All American Sports Academy 
Arizona ThunderCats
Artesia Punishers (Guerrero)
Artesia Punishers-Anthony
Atlanta Premier-Haag
AZ Hotshots Elite
CA Cruisers
– Sievers/Kempton
Cal Nuggets – Marshall
Cal Nuggets – Morales
Cal Raiders Bruder 14U
Cal Stampede
Central Cal Dirt Dogs
– Wallace
Central Cal Dirtdogs Hanford
Central Coast Athletics-00
–Chris
COURAGE
CV Synergy
Firecrackers – Chavez
KG Hitters – French
Lady Magic
Las Vegas Blast – Blue
NorCal Bandits
Norcal Firecracker-Sjolie
OC Batbusters Team
– Mizuno Valdez
Oc Batbusters-Garcia
OCBB-Team Mizuno
Pure Fastpitch-Jackson
Salinas Storm Kaiser
San Jose Lady Sharks
San Jose Sting
So Cal Athletics – Rooney
Team California
TeamSmith 00
The Next Level 14 Gold
USA Athletics-Porter
16u Premier
Arizona Storm-Mizuno
Atlanta Vipers – Palazzo
Atlanta Vipers Kates
Batbusters-Fox 
Beverly Bandits Premier 16U
Beverly Bandits Team DeMarini
Birmingham Thunderbolts 97
Cal Nuggets – Woods
California Breeze-Mashburn
California Lite 16u
California Riptide
Carolina Elite Fusetti/Genovese
Central Coast Athletics 16U-Smith
Combat Panthers Gold
Corona Angels
East Cobb Bullets Bass
EC Bullets-Legere
Explosion-Greg
Firecrackers – Brashear
Firecrackers (Blanco)
Firecrackers Young
Firecrackers-AZ (Henry)
Firecrackers-DFW Rosales 
Gametime Stars
Georgia Elite-Hoover
Georgia Impact
Georgia Impact – Daniels
Germantown Red Devils
Gold Coast Hurricanes Frank
Idaho Sliders
IL Chill Gold
Indiana Magic Gold
Irvine Sting
Jersey Intensity
Jersey Intensity – Hannigan
Kansas City Glory
Lady Blues Premier
Lady Lightning Gold Elite
Lady Magic 16u (Havey)
Lady Sharks 16u
Lil Rebels Gordie 
Louisiana Pride Gold
Louisville Lady Sluggers
–16U Jordan
Minnesota Renegades 97
Minnesota Sting 16 Gold
MN FORCE- Standering
New Lenox Lightning JA
Nor Cal Firecrackers Baisdon
Northwest Blaze
NW Batbusters – 16U
NW Bullets Zacher
OC Batbusters Smith
OC Batbusters-Lucero 
OC United 16u
Rockers 16u
So Cal Athletics – Datan
So Cal Athletics Myers/McNee
So Cal Choppers – Shipman/Ziese
Sorcerer
Team Seattle
Texas Blaze White 
Texas Glory – Naudin
Texas Sudden Impact 
TX Glory Adkins – Allen
USA Athletics 16u Mora
WA Ladyhawks- Nelons
Wichita Mustangs 16u
16u Platinum
AASA – Harrison
AZ Cats
Bayside Blues
Bownet 16U
CA Kryptonite
California Cruisers – Rott
California Cruisers-AE
Dirt Dogs-Team Mizuno
Firecrackers DFW (E.H.)
Firecrackers DFW 16U – Lutz
Firecrackers Ted 16U
Firecrackers-Roman
Idaho Sliders
Lil Rebels 98
NM Sundancers
North Idaho Xtreme 97′
NW Bullets – Evenson
OC Elite Esteban
Oklahoma Twisters Gallagher
Outlaws Premier
Power Surge-Trammell
Pure Fastpitch – Walker
Reno Heat
Salinas Storm Jones
Salt Lake Pegasus 16U – Bennett
San Antonio Hitt 16u Futures
So Cal Breakers-Williams
Sparks Softball
Stateline Fury 16u Elite
Team Mizuno – Impulse
Texas Blaze-Bonola
Utah Legacy 16U
Vienna Stars 
Washington Acers 16U
18u Premier
Aces Express Gold
–McCorkle
All American Sports Academy
Atlanta Vipers Gold Jennings
Az Hotshots Gold Ewing
AZ KILLER BEES
AZ Storm Gold
Batbusters Fox 18U
Beverly Bandits Gold BC
Beverly Bandits Team Premier
Birmingham Thunderbolts-18
–Premier
BOWNET 18 Gold
–Ashley/Creamer
CA Kryptonite
California Cruisers
California Cruisers (Phil/Lyn)
California Grapettes KO
Carolina Elite Gold
–Genovese,
Corona Angels (Howard)
Corona Angels GOLD – Tyson
DeMarini Zephyrs Gold
EC Bullets Premier-Schnute
Explosion
Finesse 18u-Dreher
Firecrackers – Rico
Firecrackers Blanco 18U
Firecrackers Blanco Gold
Firecrackers DFW 18U Gold
Firecrackers DFW 18U Poole
Firecrackers-AZ 18U(Randy)
Firecrackers-Snyder
Georgia Impact – Pauly
Georgia Impact Medlam
Gold Coast Hurricanes Gold
Grapettes Gold
Illinois Chill Gold
Impact Gold Jackson
Indiana Magic Gold
Irvine Sting
Jersey Intensity KOD
Kansas City Peppers
KG Hitters
Krunch Gold
Lady Lightning Gold TEAM
–MIKEN
Las Vegas Rage Gold
Louisville Lady Sluggers
–18U Gold
Lower South Liberty Gold
Minors Gold Lena
Nebraska Gold
New Lenox Lightning
New Mexico Sundancers
Newtown Rock Gold – Garvey
NW Bullets – Gold
OC Batbusters
Originals
Rhode Island Thunder Gold
So Cal Athletics
So Cal Athletics – Quarles
So Cal Choppers
Sorcerer 18G
St. Louis Esprit Gold
–Huecker
Strike Force Gold
Team North Florida
Tennessee Fury – Lewis
Texas Blaze Gold
Texas Bombers Gold
Texas Firecrackers Gold May
Texas Glory
Texas Storm Wymer
Vienna Stars 18U Gold
Virginia Legends-Paul
Washington Ladyhawks
–Gold Miller
Wichita Mustangs 18 Gold
Williamsburg Starz Gold
18u Platinum

18 Gold CA Raiders – Bruder
Absolute Blast Gold – Glenn
All American Mizuno
American Athletics-Joiner
American Freedom Gold
– (Ft. Worth)
American Freedom Gold EP
American Pastime Gold
American Pastime SGV
ARTESIA PUNISHERS
– MEDINA
AZ Desert Thunder
AZ Lil Saints
Boise Blast Gold
Bulls Sox Academy
Cal As White
CALIFORNIA THUNDER
Case Batbusters
Central Cal Dirt Dogs
–Team Mizuno
CO Stars Gold
Colorado Stars
Colorado Styxx Softball
East Coast Elite

Firecrackers (Clarke)
Firecrackers DFW Torres
Firecrackers Pasco
Fury Softball Gold
Glory Gold
Houston Power Gold – Korioth
Idaho Diamond Bandits
Illinois Stars
Iowa Premier Gold
Jersey Inferno Gold – Newborn
Jersey Intensity
Jets Gold
LA Royals 18G ~ Eveland
Lady Hustle 18G CA
Lady Sharks Gold
Lakewood Firecrackers
Louisiana Voodoo
Minors Gold-Macias
Nemesis Elite 18u
NJ Cheetah’s
NOR CAL PATRIOTS
Norcal Shockers
Northern ICE Premier
NW Batbusters 18Gold
OBS Monarchs
OC Batbusters 18u – Lara
OC Batbusters Briggs
OC Batbusters Lastrapes/Ybarra
OC Batbusters/Team Mizuno
– Stith
Omaha Quakes Gold
Oregon Blaze Gold
Originals Koop
Pure Fastpitch Gold
Quakes Gold
Salinas Storm
Salt Lake Pegasus
San Diego Power Surge
– 18Gold
San Jose Sting – KP
San Jose Sting 18Gold
– Perales
So Cal 3D
So Cal Breakers/Team Mizuno
So Cal Choppers-Castillo
So Cal Diamonds
So Cal Pumas
SoCal 3D-Rubio
SoCal Fillys
Sparks Softball
Spokane Crash
Team Mizuno – Impulse
Texas Black Widows
Texas Blaze Lindsey 18U
Texas Glory Gold (RWB)
Texas Peppers Gold
Texas Rapid Fire Gold
The Next Level 18 gold
The Next Level-Downs
TS Elite 18g
USA Athletics Catania
USA Athletics Gold

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