This Week in Team USA: September 25-October 1

By Connect Sports Staff, September 25, 2017

Connect Sports is excited to present to you the latest events in the world of Team USA. Here is what to look for September 25-October 1.

USA Softball

Event: Men’s Super Championship

This two-day tournament will welcome Men’s Slow Pitch teams from across the country to the Softball Capital of the World.

When: September 28-29

Where: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium; Oklahoma City

Participants: 6 teams

Spectators: 2,500

Up for bid again: N/A

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Event: Men’s A National Championship

This two-day tournament will welcome Men’s Slow Pitch teams to the Softball Capital of the World.

When: September 30-October 1

Where: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium; Oklahoma City

Participants: 25+ teams (15 per team average)

Spectators: 2,500

Up for bid again: N/A

More Information and Live Streaming


Event: Men’s D National Championship

This two-day tournament will welcome Men’s Slow Pitch teams to the Softball Capital of the World.

When: September 29-October 1

Where: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium; Oklahoma City

Participants: 13+ teams (15 per team average)

Spectators: 2,500

Up for bid again: N/A

More Information and Live Streaming


Event: Women’s Open National Championship

This three-day tournament will welcome Women’s Slow Pitch teams from across the country to the Softball Capital of the World.

When: September 29-October 1

Where: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium; Oklahoma City

Participants: 25+ teams (15 per team average)

Spectators: 2,500

Up for bid again: N/A

More Information and Live Streaming

 

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