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June 5, 2024
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Don Brooks / Crabtown Classic wrap-up

Always has been a well run tournament. Our very first Senior Tournament was played there. Keep up the good work Tim and the rest of your crew. We appreciate it.

Robert(Gaithersburg Rental/TC BACKER)
May 20, 2024
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: ATLANTIC COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

THANKS TIM. NICE TO SEE OUR TEAM ON THE RESULTS BOARD EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE
ROBERT
July 31, 2023
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern Nationals

Thanks Tim for a well run tournament. And also a continued shout out to the parks dept for keeping the fields up. Been playing at this complex since the late 90's and Potomack Lakes continues to impress.
July 5, 2023
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Westminster MD tourney July 13-14

On 6/27 Tim sent out a list to the coaches
Nov. 29, 2022
GRENT19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Team Reclassifications






By Terry Hennessy

Re-evaluating Moving Teams Up

At last year’s National Convention, the Rules Committee voted to move teams up based on the number of teams in their division at the World Championships in Last Vegas.

After detailed consultation with the administrative staff that deals throughout the year with Ratings and Rosters, I have come to the conclusion that the Rules Committee needed further discussion of the “Formula Move-Up” rule adopted at last year’s convention.

As adopted, I believe, the “Formula Move-up” could result in a wholesale loss of teams competing in Senior Softball in the 2023 season and in the future.

While black-and-white mass move-ups are easy to apply and understand, they do not take into consideration the actual scores of games, histories of teams, or recommendations by those directors who routinely see the teams play. In the 60AAA division alone, 12 of the 45 teams would have been raised.

In many brackets, it is obvious which teams are dominant – and should be raised – and it is rarely across straight percentages.

Before we instituted a policy with such high risks, I believe we need to re-visit the basis of Ratings and, I hope, give much more jurisdiction to the staff who work on them every day.

After the 2022 World Championships in Las Vegas this year, we reviewed all of the brackets and made the initial determination of move-ups based on which teams in a bracket are not only in the top 10 percent but are clearly stronger than the other teams.

We will delay any other moves until the National Rules Committee has a chance to meet and review the policy.



Terry Hennessy is the chief executive officer of Senior Softball USA and can be reached at terryh@seniorsoftb
Sept. 29, 2022
GRENT19
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Group of 3 players just turning 60 - Seeking 55 or 60 AA or AAA team in PA/MD area

I'll email you
Robert
Aug. 29, 2022
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Last Chance Qualifier results

Thanks Tim for a well run tournament. Good to see you yesterday. Last Chance Qualifier is a perfect year end event to tweak your roster for Vegas. Injuries and other happenings can really wreak havoc on something you've been planning for all year. See you in a few weeks
Robert
Aug. 23, 2022
GRENT19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: RM Results

I know Walkoff from Maryland won the 50 Major
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