Adult-Men’s Slowpitch Softball

Individual Player Cards with Insurance

Southern California is proud to announce this brand new system. Individual Players can now register for the own player card. On the card will be the players current ranking and will include a supplemental insurance plan. All of these features and many more can be purchased for only $25.00 per year. The insurance plan will cover the player at all ASA registered Leagues and Tournaments. For more information on this incredible deal or to get your own player card please Click Here.

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

ASA ROSTER | PDF Download

TEAM REGISTRATION FORM | PDF Download

LEAGUE REGISTRATION FORM | PDF Download

TOURNAMENT SANCTION FORM | PDF Download

COMPLAINT FORM | PDF Download

 

Southern California ASA Team Qualifying Procedure Slow Pitch Program

Men’s A Program

Men’s A teams are required to participate in at least one (1) ASA 2K event to be eligible to attending the ASA A National Championships.

Men’s B Program
Men’s B teams are required to participate in at least one (1) ASA event to be eligible to attending the ASA B National Championships.  The B National Championships have been moved up in date and will now be held two weeks prior to Labor Day weekend.

Men’s C Program
ASA has made changes to the C National Championship format. ASA will now offer one (1) National Championship with 64 teams to be held on Labor Day weekend in Oklahoma City, OK. ASA will be offering NIT’s with direct berths to the National Championships. Teams that win one of these NIT’s will receive their entry fee for the National Championships paid for along with $500.00 travel money that they will receive once the arrive in Oklahoma City. Southern California teams that qualify for the ASA C National Championships will be required to participate in the So Cal ASA Finals on August 6-7, 2016 in Riverside.

Men’s D Program
Men’s D teams are required to participate in a minimum of three (3) Southern California ASA events to be eligible to participate in the ASA Southern California Finals.  Once a team has participated in three (3) Southern California ASA events and the ASA Southern California Finals they will then be eligible to proceed to their appropriate ASA National Championships. ASA has made slight changes to the D National Championship format. ASA will be offering 4 (four) D National Championships on Labor Day weekend. The top 4 (four) finishing teams will qualify for the Worth Championship Series in Oklahoma City. Each of these 4 teams will receive a set number of hotels room per night but each team will be responsible for their own travel expenses and rent a cars. If a team is Officially entered into a event and that event is cancelled that team will receive credit for participation.  Once a team is eligible for ASA Championship play, the roster they submit for the ASA Southern California Finals will also be their roster used for their ASA National Championships. Teams will be allowed 3 (three) pick-up players based on ASA Code.

Men’s E Program
Men’s E teams are required to participate in a minimum of three (3) Southern California ASA events to be eligible to participate in the ASA Southern California Finals.  Once a team has participated in three (3) Southern California ASA events and the ASA Southern California Finals they will then be eligible to proceed to their appropriate ASA National Championships. There has been no change to E/Rec National Championship structure. If a team is Officially entered into a event and that event is cancelled that team will receive credit for participation.  Once a team is eligible for ASA Championship play, the roster they submit for the ASA Southern California Finals will also be their roster used for their ASA National Championships. Teams will be allowed 3 (three) pick-up players based on ASA Code.

2015 ASA Nationals

Updated 5/29/2015

All teams attending Nationals must have their entry form, ASA entry form, roster and entry fee to the Slow Pitch Commissioner at the WORTH Bang for Bucks Finals or mailed by the posted date.

This information can be mailed to:

ASA
2319 Hill Lane
Redondo Beach, CA 90278

For any questions or to recieve paperwork contact

Gary Berouty

(210) 901-0200

otmsports@msn.com

DIVISION DATES LOCATION INFORMATION CONTACT
Men’s A 10/2 – 10/4 Oklahoma City, OK
Gary Bickelman
Men’s B 9/11 – 9/13 Oklahoma City, OK
Gary Bickelman
Men’s C 9/4 – 9/6 Oklahoma City, OK
Gary Bickelman
Men’s D West 9/4 – 9/7 Medford, Oregon
Gary Bickelman
Men’s E/Rec 9/4 – 9/7 Medford, Oregon
Gary Bickelman
Men’s D National Championship 10/2 – 10/4 Oklahoma City, OK
Gary Bickelman


NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FORMS

National Championship Roster | PDF Download

National Championship Entry Form | PDF Download

 

2012 RULE CHANGES and UPDATES | PDF Download

So Cal ASA Bat Protesting Policy
3/18/2008
The following policy applies to Non Championship Play in ASA and WSL events in Southern California.
Any time during a game that a Manager / Player wishes to protest one or more bats that their
opponent has used in that game, they may do so using the following procedure.

•    Notify the umpire.
•    Identify the bat(s) being protested.
•    Umpire takes possession of the bat(s) and summons the Tournament Director.
•    Protesting Manager / Player provides $100 per bat Protest Fee to the Tournament Director.

The Tournament Director shall ask the bat(s) owner for permission to ship the bat (s) to the ASA National Office for testing. If permission to test the bat is given, the bat owner is allowed to continue playing ASA softball until a decision is rendered as to whether or not the bat has been altered. If the bat is declared legal and it has been destroyed by the testing process, which often happens, SoCal ASA shall reimburse the bat owner the cost of the bat or $300.00, whichever is less. If it is determined that the bat has been altered, the bat will not be returned to the owner and the owner will not receive any compensation. Additionally, the owner is automatically suspended and must appear before a hearing panel with respect to the use of an altered bat.

If the owner of the bat does not permit ASA to test the bat, the owner shall be suspended immediately from ASA and must appear before a hearing panel for possible further suspension.

Southern California ASA and WSL want to do their part to clean-up the altered bat problem in Softball. Should you have any questions or comments regarding this policy please feel free to

contact Gary Berouty at

310-901-0200

otmsports@msn.com