48th Annual NSAD Tournament

in Panama City Beach, Florida

FRANK BROWN  COMPLEX INFORMATION INFORMATION

HOTELS

TBA

The NSAD will continue to monitor this rapidly changing situation and appreciates your understanding and patience as we take measures to help protect the health and well-being of the NSAD and Deaf community. If there is any change, we will let you know immediately. Thanks.

ROAD TO PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA

2023 NSAD Flyer

WOMEN

 

COED

 

MEN

 
 

COED TEAMS

MEN TEAMS

WOMEN TEAMS

 

NOTES:
BLUE- 1st time NSAD
RED- Free Agent Player
YELLOW- Hearing (CODA, SODA, Spouse)
C/P- Coach/ Player
C- Coach
P- Player

TEAM REGISTRATION

DEADLINE FOR TEAM REGISTRATION IS JULY 10, 2023. 

IF YOU PLAN TO MAIL A CHECK, MONEY ORDER OR CASHIER CHECK, USE THIS FORM

Team Fee Form – 2023

 

IF YOU USE YOUR DEBIT or CREDIT CARD, PLEASE CLICK NSAD PAYPAL BUTTON.

MEN Team FEE

NSAD PAYPAL- $500.00

CO-ED/WOMEN Team FEE

NSAD PAYPAL- $400.00

Free Agent Players

MEN

Jerry Torres, NY  Jer271torres@gmail.com

Joseph Ronan, CT Jokerboy985@gmail.com

Samuel Selzer, NY  samuel.selzer@gmail.com

Melvin Gonzalez, NY  Melzone42@gmail.com

Kenneth McBride, VA Heineken3265@gmail.com

Russell Capers, TX  Russellcapers7@gmail.com

Moises Arteaga, IN  Outcastchristian@gmail.com

Michael Scheffert, IA  Michaelscheffert024@gmail.com

Michael Janecek, SD mjanecek20@gmail.com

Javier Santana, CT Jvsantana24.42@gmail.com

Dewey Moore, KY deweymoore1@gmail.com

Anthony Cyrus, MD Tony32mssd@gmail.com

Cody Bullard, OK Codybullard801@gmail.com

Jose Donjuan-cruz, TX Josedonjuancruz1980@gmail.com

Jovanni Camacho, AR homie2rapgod@yahoo.com

WOMEN

Jackie Haig, FL  jackiehaig@outlook.com

Jacqueline Boese, KS Jaqqiemae@gmail.com

Samantha De La Cruz, CA sdlc20@gmail.com

Ashley Lockard, TX Atlockard@gmail.com

COED

Samuel Selzer, NY  samuel.selzer@gmail.com

Joseph Ronan, CT Jokerboy985@gmail.com

Ronald McLin, FL  Ronniemclin@gmail.com

Jason LAROSE,  MA  Larose.jason2014@gmail.com

Alfonso Torres, KS Alfonsotorres977@gmail.com

Jacqueline Boese, KS Jaqqiemae@gmail.com

Zack Barron, TX barronzack4@gmail.com

Javier Santana, CT Jvsantana24.42@gmail.com

Asher Hasty, TX Asher.hasty@gmail.com

Eric Garrison, TX Thehulk29213@gmail.com

Jerry Torres, NY Jer271torres@icloud.com

Tommy Barksdale, NM Tommy.barksdale168@gmail.com

Jovanni Camacho, AR homie2rapgod@yahoo.com

Coaches/ Softball Council Meetings

When: TBA

Women Team Coaches Zoom Meeting- 9 a.m. (CST)

COED Team Coaches Zoom Meeting- 10:15 (CST)

Men Team Coaches Zoom Meeting- 11:30 (CST)

PLEASE BE ON TIME FOR THE MEETING.

Who:

Board of Directors:

  • Kevin Bella- Commissioner
  • Sheri Mize- Secretary
  • Brian Fruits- Treasurer
  • Ronnie Zuchegno- Law Chair
  • Vance Rewolinski- Emeritus
  • – Tournament Director
  • – UIC
  • All Coaches
  • Umpires- (Optional)

AGENDA:

  • Roll Call
  • Player’s Confirmation List
  • Tournament/ Game Rules
  • Line-up / Statistics
  • All- Stars
  • Open Discussion / Questions/ New Business

Please be sure to review the tournament and game rules.

Thanks..

When: TBA

Time: 6PM PST/ 8PM CST/9PM EST

Who: 17 people

Board of Directors: Kevin Bella- Commissioner, Sheri Mize-Secretary, Brian Fruits- Treasurer, Ronnie Zuchegno- By- Law Chair, Vance Rewolinski-  NSAD Emeritus

North Quadrant Reps.- Whitney Riney, Scott Bradach and Charles Trumble

East Quadrant Reps.- Kara Gulvas, Joey Kolcun and Joshua Strack

West Quadrant Reps.- Hilda Velez, Rod Jex, and Bert Enos

South Quadrant Reps.- Stefi Hurwitz, Pat Kinast and Paige Thompson

2022 Softball Minutes

2022 Softball Softball Council Meeting Proposals

2022 New Business Motions ( ASL)

NSAD RULES

YOUTUBE VIDEO:

Uniforms and Equipments

  • Teams are required to wear like uniforms. The pants and shorts can be mixed as long the same colors. Hats are optional. As long the hats are same design to all players. (MEN/ WOMEN ONLY)  NSAD
  • Teams are required to wear like uniforms only on jersey shirts including team members. (CO-ED ONLY) NSAD
  • Players shall not wear shoes with metal cleats. (NSA)
  • Pitchers are required to wear face masks (NSAD)
  • Bats approved ASA, NSA and USSSA (watch out for the updated of banned bats) (NSAD)
  • All players’ bats must pass barrel compression test to play. (NSAD)
     

YOUTUBE VIDEO:

NSAD TOURNAMENT RULES

Pool Games will have the following:

1)  7 innings or 55 minutes.

2)  There shall be a running clock by the home plate umpire.

3)  Games will be called for Mercy Rulings after the specific number of complete innings

     * Twenty (20) runs after  three (3) complete innings

     * Fifteen (15) runs after four (4) complete innings

     * Twelves (12) runs after five (5) complete innings (New)

4)  No extra innings (game can end as tie)

Elimination Bracket Games will have the following:

1)  7 innings or 60 minutes (Due to unpredictable weather)

2)  There shall be a running clock by the home plate umpire.

3)  Games will be called for Mercy Rulings after the specific  number of complete innings

     * Twenty (20) runs after  three (3) complete innings

     * Fifteen (15) runs after four (4) complete innings

     * Twelve (12) runs after five (5) complete innings

4)  If game is tied at end of 7 innings or time expires,Tie Breaker will be used as Omaha Tie Breaker (OTB) except for the championship game.  With a last batter from previous inning will start at 2nd base.  The next batter in the line up will start with a 2-2 count with 1 courtesy foul.  This procedure is repeated until a winner is declared.

5) In Championship game, Team A with one loss play against Team B with no loss will play 7 innings or 60 minutes and mercy rule is in effect. If both teams have 1 loss each shall play 7 innings with 75 minutes without mercy rule. (Passed 2021)

YOUTUBE VIDEO:

Game Rules:

  • THE LINEUP CARD must submit to the other team’s scorekeeper or umpire before 10 minutes of the game. The card included with player’s last name with one letter of first name with number of jersey. Also the substitute player must be in the lineup card. (NSAD)
  • GRACE PERIOD: There will be no grace period for any scheduled games unless the tournament director or Commissioner grants to have a grace period. (NSAD)
  • HOME AND VISITOR: it will be determined by a coin flip. (NSAD)
  • TEAM COMPOSITION: Teams may start with eight (8) players and add up to ten (10) once the game has started. (NSAD)
  1. A team that starts the game with 8 or 9 may add additional players after the game has started. (NSA)
  2. These players should be placed at the bottom of the line-up.
  3. Teams playing with 10 or 11 players may finish the game with 8 players, but the vacated spots in the line-up will be an automatic out, regardless of the reason for the player’s inability to play. (NSA)
  • HOMERUN LIMITS: Limit five (5) homeruns per game. (A homerun is a ball hit over the fence) Any homerun hit after the permitted amount will be ruled an OUT. (NSAD)
      1. It is each team’s responsibility to retrieve its own foul balls or home run balls. They should be returned to the home plate umpire. (NSAD)
    • COED Only- HR Rule is Plus One (1) the first HR over the limit will be declared an out. (Passed in 2017)
  • PROTECTED PITCHER: If the ball hits a hard line drive toward the pitcher, the location would be head to toe and between the shoulders. The pitcher must be within the pitching rubber. It will be an out and a dead ball. It is recommended for play to continue until the umpire calls a dead ball.(Passed 2021)
  • PITCHING
  1. Pitching distance- 50’- 56’ (PARK)
  2. Pitching arc is from 5 feet to 10 feet arc pitch from ground. (NSAD)
  3. Show-boating is allowed within 5 seconds limit otherwise a ball will be called. (NSAD)
  4. When going from Offense to Defense (after 3rd out)- you have 1 minute before umpire says pitch
  5. No warm-up for infielders/outfielders after 1st inning.  The starting pitcher and any new inserted into the game will be allowed 3 warm up pitches and 1 warm up pitch the following innings.
  • BALLS-STRIKE RULE starts the count 1 ball and 1 strike on all batters with one courtesy foul after the batter has 2 strikes on him/her. (NSAD)
  • STRIKE ZONE will include any part of mat and back part of black home plate. (NSAD)
  • COURTESY RUNNER- one player per inning per team. The Courtesy Runner can be any player on the team roster who is present and eligible If courtesy runner is on base and it is his/her turn to bat the courtesy runner stays at the base and an out is recorded.  You may not have a courtesy runner for a courtesy runner. (NSA
     

    Unlimited Courtesy Runner for pitcher.(Hitter must be a pitcher in previous inning) (Passed 2021)

 

CO-ED Modified Rules

  1.  6-4 Co-ED Slow pitch, (6) males and four (4) female players.
 

     a) NOTE: A female CAN be a pitcher in a 6/4 format, but a male must be the catcher. The other females can play    any other position other than pitcher, without regard to any specific number of infielders or outfielders being male or female, but must still have 1 female in both infield and outfield.

  1. The Batting order in 6/4 tournaments shall be no more than two (2) male batters in a row. After two (2) male batters, there MUST be a female batter. If the male batter walks, and the male batter will always be awarded two (2) bases. (Passed 2021)
  2. No more than six (6) male player may play defense at one time
  3. 4)  If the extra player (EP) is used, a team must use two (2) extra players, one male and one female. These players may play defense at any time, but they must retain their original positions in the batting order. The batting order must remain the same unless a substitution is used in the offensive line-up.

a) NOTE: When a team is using the extra player(s) (EP), and in the event a player or players are removed for any reason during the course of the game and no substitution is available, the player removed shall be scored as an out when his/her turn comes up in the batting order. In the event this occurs, the player immediately following the removed player is simply bypassed as a batter, but may still remain in the game as a defensive player.

  1. A Courtesy Runner (which is not recorded as a substitute in the line-up) and of the same sex, may be used for one (1) male player and one (1) female player per inning. The Courtesy Runner can be any player on the team roster who is present, eligible and not been ejected and may be used for one (1) male and one (1) female player per inning per team. The Courtesy Runner DOES NOT have to be the same player each time the player in need of the courtesy runner becomes a runner. The courtesy runner will be entered into the game by the Head Coach through the home plate umpire before play resumes. Once play resumes by the umpire declaring play ball; that courtesy runner will be officially entered. If the courtesy runner comes to bat while on base, the courtesy runner’s spot in the batting order becomes an out and the next batter listed in the batting order comes to bat. The courtesy runner “MAY NOT” under any circumstances be substituted for. The defensive team “MAY” walk to get to the vacated spot in the lineup.
  2. HR Rule is Plus One (1) the first HR over the limit will be declared an out.
  3. CODA/SODA RULE: Allow 1 hearing male player and 2 hearing female players to participate on the COED team. (Check Hearing Player Rules) Note: See the Glossary of “hearing player”

NSAD SEEDING RULES (pdf)

Seeding will be based upon the results of all Pool Games with the following priority:

1. Won-Loss Percentage
2. Head to Head record
3. Run differential (total runs scored less total runs allowed for pool games)
4. Fewest total runs allowed for pool games
5. Coin Flip
NOTE: #1- Run Differential – If none of the teams defeat the other two teams then a three-way tiebreaker occurs:

For example:
Team A, B and C are tied. Scores were:
Team C 10, Team B 5
Team C 10, Team A 11
Team B 10, Team A 2
Team A has a run differential of: +1, -8 = -7
Team B has a run differential of: -5, +8 = +3
Team C has a run differential of: +5, -1= +4
Team C is declared the winner (+4) and Team B (+3) is declared runner up. If the remaining
two teams that are still tied for qualifying spot, tie breaker will revert back to #2 see above.
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NOTE: #2– MAX Runs (Ex.) Team A won by 31 runs in 3rd inn. (36-5). Max runs will be used 20.
For example:
Team A 36, Team B 5 (3rd inning), score will be recorded as 25-5 (20)
Team B 21, Team C 2 (4th inning), score will be recorded as 17-2 (15)
Team C 20, Team A 9 (5th inning), score will be recorded as 19-9 (10)
Team A has a run differential of: +20, -10 = +10
Team B has a run differential of: -20, +15 = -5
Team C has a run differential of: -15, +10 = -5
Team A is declared the winner and Team B is declared runner up (head to head)

“GEVARTER” SOFTBALL BAT TESTER SCHEDULE

 

TOURNAMENT GAMES SCHEDULE/ RESULT

WOMEN BRACKET

MEN GOLD BRACKET

MEN SILVER BRACKET

COED BRACKET

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE/ GAMES RESULT

TEAMSIDELINE LINK

(The games listed are tentative and subject to change.)

FRIDAY SCHEDULE

SATURDAY SCHEDULE

SUNDAY SCHEDULE

TOURNAMENT AWARDS

HALL OF FAME

NSAD BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kevin Bella
Commissioner

Sheri Mize
Secretary

Brian Fruits
Treasurer

Vance Rewolinski - Officer

Vance Rewolinski
Commissioner Emeritus

Law Chairperson - Ronnie Zuchegno Jr.

Ronnie Zuchegno Jr.
Law Chairperson

Mathis Heidger
Tournament Director