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2013 NORTHERN CHAMPIONSHIPS

Lansing, MI

Aug. 22 - Aug. 25, 2013
Director: Senior Softball-USA, 916-326-5303, E-mail

Winners qualify for the TOC
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Entry Fee: $525

Deadline: Entry fee payment must be received by: Aug. 8, 2013

Note: There is a 3% surcharge if paying by credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover only)

Refund policy: Entry Fees are non-refundable after the deadline. Full refunds are given to teams withdrawing BEFORE the deadline. NO refunds are given after the deadline.

Tournament Format

Note: SSWC reserves the right to combine divisions of three or fewer teams within one age level and/or skill level. SSWC will make every effort to notify managers when divisions have to be combined.

This is a ring option tournament. 5 scheduled games, pool play into D.E. or 3-Game-Guarantee elimination brackets.

All Tournament Players

Men’s 50 Major
Still Young/DLB - James Cushing, Keith Lesmeister, Al Van Gampler, Terry Dunn, Larry Tostrud; CPOA Cleveland/Northern Ohio Printing - Dave Scotton, Doug Virden, Ray Konik
Do not have all tourney players from: The Catch (3RD)

Men’s 50AAA
Michelle’s Boyz/Stansell Demolition/American Lubricants - Tim Knecht, Tom Shepherd, Rick Hoppe, Frank Markley, Kyle Sparkman
Do not have all tourney players from: Detroit Elite (2ND), PDC (3RD)

Men’s 50AA
Do not have all tourney players from: Milwaukee Magic 50 (1ST), All-In 50 (2ND)

Men’s 55 Major
Pope Transport - Mike Baehman, Dennis Muth, Ken Van Boggert, Steve Thelen, Steve Neubauer; Kinnco Services - George Roberts, William Osborn, Steve Rogers; Motown Stars - Lawrence Reedus Jr, Steve Roeder

Men’s 55/60 Gold
Golden Vipers - Charles Salagan, Anthony Gabriel, Daniel Fritz, Charles Maiorana, Paul Maiorana; Milwaukee Merchants - Don Laine Jr, Steve Wayker, Brent Puhle
Do not have all tourney players from: Chicago Prime 55 (3RD)

Men’s 60AAA
Northeast Ohio Seniors - Roger Richardson, Jim Cecconi, Tim Baur, Dennis Forman, Richie Butler
Do not have all tourney players from: Windsor Chiefs 60 (2ND), The Bomb Squad (3RD)

Men’s 60AA
Blue Chips - Jim Kupiec, Al Lovato, Phil Whitman, Michael Leahy, Phil Kvasnicka; Ohio Silverados - Dan Gerin, Randy Ballard, Jeff Brenneman
Do not have all tourney players from: Badger Classics (3RD)

Men’s 65 Gold
DeClaire Knee & Orthopedic - Gordy Ferguson, Ralph Cole, Rob Masson, Tom Kaminski, Dan Dawson, Windsor Chiefs 65 - Wayne Dupuis, Ernie Holden, Punky Bracken
Do not have all tourney players from: Doc Martens (3RD)

Men’s 75AAA
Indiana Legends/Columbus - Joe Andrew, Dan Londeree, Don Murray, Jerry Owens, Steve Taylor
Do not have all tourney players from: Pfeiffer Gray Sox (2ND)

Game Scores & Bracket Results (PDF's)

Men's: 50's | 55's | 60's | 65's and 75

Complete: All Ages & Divisions (13 pages)

Tournament Administration (PDF's)

Master Planning Grid: Master Games & Fields
Participating Teams List: Northern's 2013

Lansing: ‘A City on the Move’


LANSING, MICH. – The Senior Softball USA Northern Championships returns here in August in what promises to be a highly competitive tournament that is expected to attract a record number of teams.

Senior softball players will battle it out on the diamonds from Aug. 22-25 to see who comes out on top and wins a spot in the 2014 Tournament of Champions.

This is the sixth year Lansing has hosted the Northern Championships and the university city is recognized as one of the softball capitals of the region.

In fact, Lansing has hosted several Senior Softball tournaments, including not only the Northern Championships, but also the Eastern Nationals in 2005 and 2006.

Mike Price, manager of sports development for the city, said, “The Northern Championships is an event our community looks forward to all summer long.”

Last year’s tournament drew 47 teams from the Great Lakes region in what became one of the most closely contested tournaments of the year.

The capital of Michigan lies along the banks of the scenic Grand River in mid-Michigan. Visitors can celebrate the invention of the automobile at the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum, explore Michigan history and culture at the Library of Michigan and Historical Museum, and even learn firsthand how cheese and ice cream are made at the Michigan State University Dairy Complex.

The city’s convention and visitor’s bureau likes to say that Greater Lansing is a one-of-a-kind setting for a visit to remember.

Visitors can explore nearly endless dining options, browse unique boutiques and celebrate culture and the arts in the city’s world-class performance venues and galleries.

Playing Facilities

East Lansing Sports Complex
6400 Abbott Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
Lake Alliance Softball Complex
515 Alliance Dr.
Potterville, MI 48876


Hotels

Event Hotel Information:
Pse Tournament Housing is the official housing service for the event.
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Booking through PSE gives you access to appropriate accommodations, saves you time and ensures a trouble-free booking experience.

They’ve done the work for you & have secured rooms at quality hotels that will meet your needs for price, location, amenities & overall value.

CALL 888-417-6446 and mention your affiliation with Senior Softballor CLICK THIS LINK TO BOOK ONLINE to get special rates!!

Dates of Play

Men's 50
Friday, Aug. 23 - Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013
Men's 55
Friday, Aug. 23 - Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013
Men's 60
Friday, Aug. 23 - Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013
Men's 65
Thursday, Aug. 22 - Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013
Men's 70
Thursday, Aug. 22 - Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013
Men's 75
Thursday, Aug. 22 - Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013

Manager Meeting

65-80's - At the field of play on Thursday August 22nd 1 hour before game time.
50-60's - August 22nd at 7 pm at the University Quality Inn - 3121 East Grand River Avenue, Lansing, MI 48912. Team registration (managers only) is from 6 pm - 7 pm before each Managers Meeting.

Final Results

MEN'S 50-MAJOR
1. Still Young/DLB (WI) • TOC
2. CPOA Cleveland/Northern Ohio Printing
3. The Catch (KY)

MEN'S 50-AAA
1. Michelle's Boyz/Stansell's (OH) • TOC
2. Detroit Elite (MI)
3. PDC (MI)

MEN'S 50-AA
1. Milwaukee Magic 50 (WI) • TOC
2. All-In 50 (IL)

MEN'S 55-MAJOR
1. Pope Transport (WI) • TOC
2. Kinnco Services (MI)
3. Motown Stars (MI)

MEN'S 55/60-GOLD
1. Golden Vipers (MI) • TOC (in 55-AAA)
2. Milwaukee Merchants (WI)
3. Chicago Prime 55 (IL)

MEN'S 60-AAA
1. Northeast Ohio Seniors • TOC
2. Windsor Chiefs 60 (ON)
3. The Bomb Squad (MI)

MEN'S 60-AA
1. Blue Chips 60 (IL) • TOC
2. Ohio Silverados
3. Badger Classics 60 (WI)

MEN'S 65-GOLD
1. DeClaire Knee & Orthopedic (MI) • TOC (in 65-Major)
2. Windsor Chiefs 65 (ON) • TOC (in 65-AAA)
3. Doc Martens (MI)

MEN'S 75-AAA
1. Indiana Legends/Columbus • TOC (in 65-AA)
2. Pfeiffer Gray Sox (MI) • TOC (in 75-AAA)

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Men's 50, AAA All-In
» Championship game: Milwaukee Magic: 20 vs. All-In: 6
Men's 50, AAA Milwaukee Magic
» Championship game: Milwaukee Magic: 20 vs. All-In: 6
Men's 50, AAA Pony Express
» Championship game: Pony Express: 16 vs. Gem City Softball: 27
» "If" game: Pony Express: 10 vs. Gem City Softball: 18
Men's 50, Major CPOA Cleveland/Northern Ohio Printing
» Championship game: DLB: 22 vs. CPOA Cleveland/Northern Ohio Printing: 6
Men's 50, Major Gem City Softball
» Championship game: Pony Express: 16 vs. Gem City Softball: 27
» "If" game: Pony Express: 10 vs. Gem City Softball: 18
Men's 50, Major-Plus DLB
» Championship game: DLB: 22 vs. CPOA Cleveland/Northern Ohio Printing: 6
Men's 55, AAA Milwaukee Merchants
» Championship game: Milwaukee Merchants: 5 vs. Golden Vipers: 16
Men's 55, Major Golden Vipers
» Championship game: Milwaukee Merchants: 5 vs. Golden Vipers: 16
Men's 55, Major Kinnco Services
» Championship game: Pope Transport: 19 vs. Kinnco Services: 17
Men's 60, AAA Blue Chips 60
» Championship game: Ohio Silverados: 12 vs. Blue Chips 60: 17
Men's 60, AAA Ohio Silverados
» Championship game: Ohio Silverados: 12 vs. Blue Chips 60: 17
Men's 60, AAA Windsor Chiefs
» Championship game: Windsor Chiefs: 18 vs. Pepco/Northeast Ohio: 19
Men's 60, Major Pope Transport
» Championship game: Pope Transport: 19 vs. Kinnco Services: 17
Men's 65, AAA Indiana Legends/Columbus
» "If" game: Pfeiffer Gray Sox: 13 vs. Indiana Legends/Columbus: 16
Men's 65, AAA Pepco/Northeast Ohio
» Championship game: Windsor Chiefs: 18 vs. Pepco/Northeast Ohio: 19
Men's 65, Major DeClaire Knee & Orthopedic Institute
» Championship game: Windsor Chiefs: 14 vs. DeClaire Knee & Orthopedic Institute: 20
Men's 65, Major Windsor Chiefs
» Championship game: Windsor Chiefs: 14 vs. DeClaire Knee & Orthopedic Institute: 20
Men's 75, AAA Pfeiffer Gray Sox
» "If" game: Pfeiffer Gray Sox: 13 vs. Indiana Legends/Columbus: 16
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