Welcome to the ASA/USA National Championships Section!
Annually the ASA conducts over 90 National Championships in each of its major disciplines of the sport - slow, fast and modified pitch. Since each competitor must earn their berth into an ASA national through a network of qualifying tournaments conducted throughout the season, the champion goes home as the unchallenged best team in the nation for their respected division each year.
Qualifying for ASA National Championships begin at the local level with league championships, state championships and eventually national qualifiers. Each year over 30,000 players qualify to compete in an ASA National Championship. Cities from across America annually bid for these celebrated events, largely because of the economic impact they will make on their communities.
The following Information pertains to ASA Code Article 104 (B):
The ASA Board of Directors passed the following directives for ASA Junior Olympic (Youth) Championship Play (Code Article 106 (5) for the 2009 season effective January 1, 2009:
** Each 2009 Junior Olympic (Youth) Championship play (Code Article 106 (5) team must have one coach within the field of play/dugout to be ACE Certified, which includes a background check, in 2009.
** Teams playing in Junior Olympic (Youth) Championship Play (Code Article 106 (5) in 2009 are required to purchase ASA Accident and Liability Insurance on either a team or individual basis through Bollinger Insurance Company.
For a list of all ASA/USA tournaments, please visit TournamentASA.com!