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Discussion: WSA Senior Softball Winter Worlds

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Nov. 20, 2005
16 posts
WSA Senior Softball Winter Worlds
WSA Senior Winter Nationals

Dec 3 and 4th 2006

Big League Dreams Redding California

Mens 40,50 and 55 Divisions

Call 209-482-3047

or email


Nov. 21, 2005
35 posts
While I'm not familier with this particular tournament the word nationals does not necesserily mean there are qualifers. The winter nationals just took place and there were no qualifers in fact that was a qualiffer for next years worlds in Seatlle.
Nov. 21, 2005
Men's 55
91 posts
4 pitchwalk; Is 2006 a typo?
Hit To WIN!!!!
B Mac
Nov. 22, 2005
mad dog
Men's 65
4150 posts
lets see gary,lvssa has no qualifiers as SPA for us here in cali,most all winter worlds have no give us a point gary, besides being your negative self.
Nov. 22, 2005
192 posts
The USSSA, NSA, ISA and I believe the ASA does not have qualifiers for their end of the summer World tournaments. Those associations that are not big into senior softball only hold world or national tournaments.

In fact the SSWS World tournament in Sept can be attended by any team that did not go to a qualifier or qualify by just paying an extra amount with the entry fee.

Chris is not Scaming anyone. He is doing what the LVSSA did their first year which is hold a world. He has designed some great rings for his worlds and the man holds some of the best tournaments in the country at the younger level.

As was stated in another post we seniors should look at the WSA association because unlike other TD Chris will listen to the players and do his best to give them what they want. If I had the money or a team we would enter the tournament.
Nov. 22, 2005
Men's 55
564 posts
guys i ump for this too! this is the one great balls are used the only bat you can't use it the ultra 1. AND NOT HITTING TE PITCHER make it nice for all (THATS ONLY ON A LINE DRIVE ) he's making softball be what it should be a hitters game all i can say it try it you 'll LOVE IT !
Nov. 23, 2005
192 posts
Gary I understand what you are saying but in the seniors that is the best way to get things started.

Chris and the WSA are bucking the big boys and until he can build a good team base from all over the country this is how he will have to do things. The hardest thing for the WSA is to get teams to stop doing the normal thing and try something new.

If the WSA catches on then in a few years many of these associations will start worrying because he does what many do not. He listens to the players and runs a fair association. No regional rules, good softballs, good bats, great rules, and good umpires. Plus he plays at the BLD parks. No buddy buddy crap. Softball being played the way it use to be.

As I said if I had a team or the money I would be at this tournament. I have seen his prizes and they are great.
Dec. 14, 2005
16 posts
Take a look at USSSA Winter Nationals in Vegas

Bring who you wnat and no qualifying.

At least in our event you must have played in WSA to particpate.

I am not here to scam anyone. You should repsect the fact that someone is working with you and not against you to give you more opportunities to play
Dec. 15, 2005
Men's 55
102 posts

Correction: WSA does alloy the Ultra2 for the Masters and Seniors porgram.

Dec. 15, 2005
Men's 55
564 posts
i said the ultra 1, nothing about the u-II
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