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NSSHOF Announces 18-Member Class of 2018

Nov. 1, 2018


Angie Ayala (Women's Player) and Bill Ruth (Manager) will be inducted into the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame (NSSHOF) during the 2018 Winter World Championships

 

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The National Senior Softball Hall of Fame (NSSHOF) has officially unveiled the class of 2018.

Senior Softball-USA President Bill Ruth, also manager of WE Ruth teams from Washington State for four decades, will be inducted in the Manager Category.

In total, eighteen inductees make up the newest class across five categories.

CLICK HERE to read about the NSSHOF Class of 2018.

Manager
Bill Ruth - Washington

Pioneer Player
Robert Hruz - Maryland
Mike Leitner - California
Richard Ochampaugh - New York
Richard Osborn (Deceased) - California
Marv Rueck - Oregon
James Thomas - Michigan

Pioneer Woman Player
Rosemary Austin - Florida

Player
Gary Ellison - Virginia
Robert Hough - Utah
Dave “Mango” Meggison - California
Stephen Pierson - North Carolina
Patrick Ricci - New Jersey
Rich Schmidt - California
Andrew Snyder - New Jersey
Stan Suichta - Colorado

Woman Player
Angie Ayala - Arizona
Barbara Foxx - North Carolina

Bill Ruth and Angie Ayala will officially hold their NSSHOF induction ceremonies during the upcoming 2018 Winter World Championships in Phoenix, Arizona.


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