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Discussion: TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS 2009 - Results

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Jan. 12, 2009
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1084 posts
TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS 2009 - Results
Results from the 2009 TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS in Polk County, FL, January 7-11, 2009 ... Game Scores and Bracket Results will be posted shortly ... Congratulations to all of the "Champions of Champions" and a sincere thank you to all who participated ...
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MEN'S 50-MAJOR
1. Frederick Chevrolet•E & E Metal Fabricating (PA)
2. Al Estes Bail Bonds (FL)
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MEN'S 50-AAA
1. Tucson Bandits (AZ)
2. Kayson's Grill (GA)
3. Gubiotti Insurance (NY)
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MEN'S 50-AA
1. Chicago Prime (IL)
2. Realty Executives (FL)
3. L&J Wizards (TX)
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MEN'S 55-MAJOR
1. The Titans (FL)
2. Old Dawgs (CA)
3. High Street Bucs (MD)
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MEN'S 55-AAA
1. Over The Edge (CA)
2. Sweet Construction 55's (NJ)
3. TNT Sports Club (PA)
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MEN'S 55-AA
1. Sacramento Isladers (CA)
2. Motion•NY/NJ Bandits (NY)
3. Oshkosh Ambassadors (WI)
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MEN'S 60-MAJOR PLUS
1. Miken Raptors of Florida
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MEN'S 60-MAJOR
1. New York Statesmen
2. Naples Heat (FL)
3. Double LL Roofing (FL)
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MEN'S 60-AAA
1. Bostonian Shoes (MA)
2. Doc Martens (MI)
3. Michigan Express
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MEN'S 60-AA
1. Syracuse Cyclones (NY)
2. Prime Time (CA)
3. Old School Legends (NE)
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MEN'S 65-MAJOR PLUS
1. Florida Legends
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MEN'S 65-MAJOR
1. Hawaiian Pride (HI)
2. West Michigan•Bob Evans
3. Budweiser (MO)
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MEN'S 65-AAA
1. Lakeland Angels (FL)
2. Minnesota Prize Co. 65's
3. NorCal Renegades (CA)
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MEN'S 65-AA
1. Columbus Silver Sticks (IN)
2. Bucs & Bulls 65's (FL)
3. Ca$h 4 College 65's (NJ)
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MEN'S 70-MAJOR PLUS
1. Suncoast Orthopedic (FL)
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MEN'S 70-AAA
1. Texans 70's (TX)
2. Back Office Associates (MA)
3. Delaware Naturals
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MEN'S 80's DIVISION
1. Center For Sight (FL)
2. Southwest Stars (TX)
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WOMEN'S 50'S DIVISION
1. Southern Trace Chiropractic Silver Bullets (FL)
2. Dreamgirlz (VA)
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WOMEN'S 65's DIVISION
1. Silver Belles (FL)
Jan. 13, 2009
Robo2
229 posts
The TOC was great. Great weather; fields; umpires; and the teams in 55AAA were great guys to compete with and have a lot of laughs. Very enjoyable time
Jan. 13, 2009
diehard
Men's 55
245 posts
The 55 major tournament was also very good. Great teams and great men on all teams. Very competitive and the umps were also very good! We had a lot of fun and yes the weather was also very nice. We had a good time at the dinner and awards ceremony. Congratulations to the Titans on the win. Hats off to the Old Dawgs and Georgia/ Alabama Masters, great tournament guys. Dave you did a great job! Also like to give a shout out to Corky and the crew at Miken, great job all around!

Greg #8
High St. Bucs 55's
Jan. 13, 2009
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1084 posts
Seeding Game Scores and Bracket Results have been posted for the 2009 Tournament of Champions in Polk County, FL, and are available from the links on the Home Page ...

The 2010 Tournament of Champions "Qualified Teams to Date" list has also been posted and is available from the Home Page link ... This list reflects the winners of the Winter National and Winter World Tournaments held in November as the initial events of the 2009 Senior Softball season ...

Good luck to all this year! ... DAVE
Jan. 14, 2009
OTE24
Men's 65
123 posts
Ditto everything Joe and Greg said, very well
run in the 55's. Good times. Thanks SSUSA.
Jan. 15, 2009
Pork
Men's 50
13 posts
In 2007 teams that won Vegas Worlds didn"t get the invite to the TOC, I think I recall that these teams would be inviteded to the 2009 TOC is that correct.

TNT WCB
Jan. 15, 2009
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
Pork,
that is what I understood as well.Dave, is that correct?
Jan. 15, 2009
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1084 posts
Pork ... The winners of the November, 2007 Winter Worlds (Las Vegas) and Winter Nationals (Ft. Myers) previously received invitations to the 2008 TOC, held last February ... However, since those tourneys were the first of the "new' 2008 Sr. Softball season, those teams attending had an unfair roster advantage over the other teams playing with 2007 rosters, so the invitation 'timing' was changed ...

Effective with 2008, TOC invitations were limited to champions of the current 'fiscal year' tournaments, or those running from November 1st through October 31st ... The 2007 Winter champions, already having received a 2008 TOC bid, did not get a duplicate invite for the 2009 TOC ...

At the 2010 TOC, the only invited teams will be those with 2009 rosters, starting with the 46 teams that have already qualified from Las Vegas and Ft. Myers (the list is posted here) ...

Hope this helps ...
Jan. 19, 2009
WOW
197 posts
What a tourn. Had a great time meeting all 5 teams we played. Cash for College, KFC, Old School, Scrap Iron, Syracuse, I have never met a nicer bunch of guys at ANY tourn. Congrats to Syracuse for the win. We gave it our best, just ran out of gas after having to play 5 straight games. Hope to see you all again.

Lanny Witt
Prime Time
Jan. 19, 2009
cpope
Men's 60
160 posts
Congrats to the NY Statesmen, They played well for their win in the 2009 TOC. Having won last year I know what a great feeling it is.
Hope to see them again next year. This year we could not get past Naples Heat and settled for 3rd.
Great weather and very well ran tournament. Just need more teams.
What ever that takes SSUSA needs to work on it. Good Job all.
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