1. West Coast AFA
    Welcomes new tournament directors for Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Central California
  2. 2019 AFA Nationals
    Coming to So Cal June 29 - July 5
  3. AFA National Sites
    Umpires and other regions
2018  Nationals


10u - 1st Place - Firecrackers - Sabo
2nd Place - Ohana Tigers - Hernandez
3rd Place - SGV Dynamite
4th Place - Vengeance Elite

12u - 1st Place - So Cal Sandlots - Romero
2nd Place - Firecrackers - Garcia
3rd Place - Explosion - Flores/Ayala
4th Place - Play Hard

14u - 1st Place - Firecrackers - Brashear/Moody
2nd Place - E1 Prospects - Delgado
3rd Place - So Cal A's Westside
4th Place - Liberty

16u - 1st Place - Cal Rebels - Silva/Vidal
​2nd Place - Lakewood Hustlers
3rd Place - USA Athletics - Mora
4th Place - SGV Klutch Red

18u - 1st Place - IE Dynasty - Carvajal
2nd Place - National Elite
​3rd Place - So Cal Dynasty - Houchin
4th Place - Teamsmith

National Ceremonies was held on July 18th at Quakes stadium. 

Clinic - July 18, 2018

The first 100 teams that sign up and pay for Nationals will get to have one player

participate in a free defensive clinic held by Tony Medina.

Amazing Guest Speakers:

Chelsea Ponce - 2014-2015 University California Riverside, 2015 Press Enterprise Women Athlete of the Year, Big West Pitcher of the Year, First team Big West conference​​, ESPN first pitcher to get 20 wins in 2015. UCR Records, First No Hitter ever in school history, Single season strike outs 188, most wins 30, ERA 1.34, most innings pitched and season record of 30-10.

Lexi Gonzalez - First Team All-CIF, named San Gabriel Valley Player of the Year, Bishop Amat high school. Played at Cal State Fullerton, All Big West first team 2016 and 2017, NFCA All-West Regions second team 2016 and third team 2017. Communications/Business degree  currently interning for ESPN

Larry Mayes  - In 24 years as head coach, the Gordon’s Panthers won 10 ASA Junior Olympic National Championship titles, five runner-up titles and four Hall of Fame championships, establishing their place as one of the most successful teams in ASA history. Mays also made appearances on the international scene when he served as head coach to the U.S. Pan American Trial gold medal team (1987) in Lima, Peru, the ASA Junior Olympic World silver medal team (1991) in Adelaide, Australia, and assistant coach with the Olympic Festival South gold medal team (1993) in San Antonio Texas. Throughout the 1990’s, Mays served as National team advisors to PR China, Holland and Spain and established the Olympic training program for players and coaches in Micronesia. In addition to his coaching career, Mays presented more than 200 collegiate, national and international clinics where he taught both players and coaches. Mays has received numerous awards for his contributions, including the United States Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year (1996, 1999). 
Please contact:  Glen Messick National Tournament Director for more info - 818-389-3467  -  [email protected]
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2017 Nationals

Congratulations to the top finishers at the 2017 Nationals!

10u - 1st place - OC Batbusters - McDonnell-Turi
             2nd place - Artesia Punishers - Macias
             3rd place - Pico Pride Fastpitch
             4th place - So Cal Patriettes

12u - 1st place - Corona Angels Red
             2nd place - So Cal Victory
             3rd place - USSSA Pride
             4th place - OC Warriors

14u - 1st place - So Cal Liberty
             2nd place - OC Batbusters - Shelton
             3rd place - So Cal Dirtdogs
             4th place - Victory Softball

16u - 1st place - American Pastime - Yslas
             2nd place - Artesia Punishers - Gonzales
             3rd place - Sudden Impact
             4th place - Ladyhawks

18u - 1st place - Artesia Punishers  - Mando
             2nd place - So Cal Liberty
             3rd place - Primetime
             4th place - IE Dynasty Elite - Carvajal  

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