Central Wins Senior Title
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Coastal Point wraps up World Series Prep
Coastal Point had an article last week about the preparations for the 2013 Big League and Senior League World Series. You can find the article here plus Coastal Point has some good coverage of the other All Star tournaments being played here in the area.
We'll be adding more links to media coverage as the run.
You come for Softball, But Our Beaches are Also an Attraction
Wilgus Real Estate Joins the Sponsor List
And rates a story in the Coastal Point newspaper.
There are a whole bunch of new sponsors for the combined Softball World Series in 2013. We'll be highlighting them on Twitter and Facebook, and of course, right here.
Thanks to all our new sponsors - we're not kidding when we say, "We Couldn't Do It without you,"
World Series Alum Tosses Perfect Game in State Championship.
Senior Softball World Series regulars will remember the Green Sisters. Logan and Regan Green, playing on the Laurel Little League Host team combined to shut out Latin America for the 2011 Senior Softball World Series title.
Well, Regan Green was on the mark, dominating Polytech in the Delaware Softball State Championship as she tossed a perfect game, continuing her dominant performances in the circle for the Laurel Bulldogs. At the Series, Regan threw 5 wins, struck out 38, and pitched to a .37 ERA in 19 innings. Yesterday she threw a 15 strikeout perfect game.
Sports Journal - Regan Green Throws Perfect Game as Laurel wins first softball title
Brad Meyers' column on the Greens
And here's the story from the Sussex County Post.
Congrats to the Bulldogs, we're glad we helped get you innings in the World Series back in 2011
New Time for Championship Game
The Championship game for the 2013 Little League Senior Softball World Series will be played at 12:30 PM on August 10th.
The Championship game will still be broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2 with our planned "Twittercasts" providing real time information for fans who can't get to Roxana, or to a TV set on Saturday.
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This site is going to become more friendly to Social Media as we get closer to the World Series. Add us to your list of sites you check every week, you'll be in the know about the 2013 Softball World Series' in Delaware.
Looking for 2013 Sponsors
Wonder how you can become a sponsor of the 2013 Little League Senior & Big League Softball World Series?
There are a lot of benefits:
- You help support the Little League Athletic Program for Young Women.
- You help support the Tourism Business in Lower Delaware.
- You even can help provide local support your business.
Being part of the Little League Senior Softball World Series can be a lot more than just making a donation, and we've got a great story to tell.
Call Bob Slavin, 302 593-1354 or Marketing@SeniorSoftballWS.org. Ask how you can help support Delmarva's Largest International Youth Sporting Event.
News Coverage from Coastal Point
Looking for a few good Volunteer Interns
The Senior League Softball World Series could use your talents.
This year we will be playing 27 games August 4-10th, (along with 27 more games on the Big League Softball side) Both finals will be on ESPN.
We need several volunteer interns to work with Social Media, our Webcasting project, and with the Sponsor Development (marketing) people.
The Web casting Internship is primarily an opportunity to do television play by play, as many as 3 games a day for the week working with our PPV provider. This position also will allow contact and possibly working with the ESPN production crew that broadcasts the final games.
Social Media Internship involves tweeting the games as they progress and writing a post game wrap-up of each game for our website and possibly for outside media (acting as a stringer - this might get you money). The position also allows for a byline - and providing assistance to the ESPN crew during their presence in the park.
Sponsor Development involves working with the tournament director and our marketing people, providing assistance to them, and a working in sponsor relations. This is a great opportunity to work with the upper management of a major sporting event.
The World Series also could use additional photographers, altho we may ask the Social Media interns who have that ability to also shoot a few pictures.
Send an e-mail to: Media@SeniorSoftballWS.org - let us know what you can do.
Former World Series Manager In the News
Its been a couple of years since Jeff Evans paced the sidelines at the Little League Senior Softball World Series, but that doesn't mean he's not still coaching Softball.
This is the second year Evans has been the head coach of the Cape Henlopen High School softball team. Here's a link to an article about Evans' present team from the local paper. .
Evans coached the Laurel Little League Senior girls for 3 years, 2007-09 and took them to the finals in 2009.
News Coverage of the Big League Softball World Series
Economic Impact of Big League World Series soars
Delaware Secretary of Economic Development Alan Levin had an update to the economic impact of the Little League's two World Series tournaments on Sussex County's economy.
At a press conference in Roxana, Monday, Secty Levin told the meeting that the Big League World Series would be worth an additional 1.3 Million Dollars on top of the 1.2 million already realized from the Senior League World Series.
The final total impact of the World Series on Sussex County could be in excess of 2.5 million dollars.
Two World Series' in Roxana for 2013
The Executive Committee of the Little League International Board of Directors has approved relocating the Big League Softball World Series tournament to Sussex County, Del.
Currently, the Lower Sussex Little League Complex in Sussex County, Del., is host to the Senior League Softball World Series. Beginning with the 2013 season the Senior League Softball and Big League Softball World Series tournaments will share the facility and be played simultaneously, during the week of Aug. 4-10.
“The move to Delaware is a direct result of stellar leadership displayed by Senior League Softball World Series Director Martin Donovan and his tournament staff,” Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive of Little League Baseball and Softball, said. “For the past 10 years, Lower Sussex has shown to be a wonderful host for the Senior League tournament. To move a second World Series to Sussex County made the best sense for our organization and the Big League Softball World Series. We are comfortable and confident that the local tournament committee will transition well into operating concurrent tournaments.”
Here is Mike Finney's story from the Wilmington News Journal
Coverage of the story in the Dover Post too
Want a picture of that great play?
You can purchase copies taken by our official photographers by clicking on this link.
Looking for a Place to Stay on Delmarva?
We are a resort area, but the best way to check for places to stay at the World Series is: To Be Announced
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team rosters are posted here
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Prior Year's Results:
- 2012- Click Here 2012 World Series Title, Box Scores and individual game photos are available on the archive page here
- 2011- District 3 wins World Series Title, Box Scores and individual game photos are available on the archive page here
- 2010- Southwest wins World Series Title, Box Scores and individual game photos are available on
the archive page here
- 2009- Southwest wins World Series Title, Box Scores and individual game photos are available on
the archive page here
- 2008- Latin America wins World Series Title, Box Scores and individual game photos are available on
the archive page here
- 2007- USA Southwest (San Antonio, Tex.) defeated USA Central (South
Bend, Ind.) 8-0, Box Scores and individual game photos are available
the archive page here
- 2006- USA East
(Milton, Penn.) beats Host Nanticoke District 3, 3-2. Box Scores and individual
game photos are available on
the archive page here
- 2005- USA
South (Citrus Park Little League) beat Latin America (Cardona y Rosario Little
League, Puerto Rico) 1-0. [Link to Archive page]
- 2004- Latin
America (Cardona y Rosario Little League, Puerto Rico) beats USA South (South
Cartersville, Georgia) 2-0 [Link to Archive page]
Additional information on the games, such as batting averages, pitching and
fielding statistics are available at the Senior Softball archive page
District 3 also hosted the Major Girl's Softball Regional
Tournament prior to 2004. Here is that archive.