Manager - Visit Tallahassee


Manager - Visit Tallahassee
2012 ASA Girls 14U Class B Fast Pitch
Southern Nationals
Dear Players, Coaches, Team Supporters and Fans,
On behalf of ASA and USA Softball players across America, congratulations on reaching the 2012 ASA
National Championships! As athletes, we are thrilled to that you have achieved this level of competition as it is
a tribute to your efforts both on and off the field. We commend you for your dedication, and accomplishment to
softball, the game America plays. The ASA represents over 210,000 teams and over three million athletes and
you are in an elite company by reaching your respective division’s National Championship.
The ASA has a proud history and tradition unmatched by any softball association crowning National
Champions. ASA takes great pride in being recognized as the National Governing Body of Softball in the
United States by the United States Olympic Committee. In Oklahoma City, we have enshrined over 352
individuals into our National Softball Hall of Fame who were once just like you, participating in an ASA
National Championship. Whether you are a player, coach, team supporter, or fan you are taking part in a TRUE
National Championship and you should take great pride for participating in this prestigious event.
The effort given by the local host cities and their staff in order to host an ASA National Championship is
overwhelming. We are extremely appreciative for their time, effort, and caliber of Championships they provide
each year. From concession stands to seating to hotel rooms and transportation, their ability to represent ASA is
tremendous and we are so thankful. The ASA and its partner cities strive to host outstanding softball
tournaments and crown National Champions in Fast Pitch, Slow Pitch, 16” Slow Pitch and Modified Pitch.
Men, women, boys and girls, from ages 8 to 80, compete in over 100 National Championships annually.
In addition, our gratitude and praise extends to our National Championship Umpires who have advanced to this
level based on their accomplishments and expertise on the field.
Again, congratulations on your team’s success this year and thanks to the cities and the local organizing
committees for their efforts in furthering the history and tradition of the ASA National Championships.
Kaitlin Cochran
ASA Board of Directors Members
Three-time member of USA Softball National Team
2010 World Champion
2011 Pan American Gold Medalist
ASA 12-Under National Champion
2008 NCAA WCWS Champion
Brian Wegman
ASA Council Member – Player Representative
Three-time member of USA Softball National Team
ASA Men’s Class A Slow Pitch MVP
ASA Men’s Class A Batting Champion
ASA Men’s Class A National Champion
2012 ASA Girls 14U Class B Fast Pitch
Southern Nationals
Tallahassee, Florida—Messer Softball Complex
Tournament Director
ASA Representative
Umpire In Chief
Umpire Coordinator
Ashley Edwards
Carlton Benton
Steve Nelson
Annette Pevy
Tournament Umpires
Aviles, Luis
Beard, Chester
Beck, Chris
Black, Jimmy
Bowne, Betty
Bryan, Wes
Carpenter, Isaiah
Champion, Jaimie
Cieluch, Al
Ellingsworth, Rocky
English, George
Feezell, Roger
Getter, Derek
Graham, Ron
Henry, Duine
Jackson, Tommy
Mann, Donald
Medders-Smith, Melissa
Meyer, Alexandria
Naramore, James
Roden, Dewayne
Sealy, Dwayne
Seither, Steve
Shindoll, Jason
Shines, Daryl
Watson, Darnell
Tournament Staff
Cindy Mead
Rita Shivers
Patsy Heath
Wayne Simmons
Brian Hickey
Chris O’Brien
Kieran Easton
Bobbie Heath—Security
Gary Shivers—Security
Nick Pappas—Medical
2011 Girls’ 14U Class B Results (Ridgeland, MS)
1st - L.A. BLAZE (4-0)
2nd - HOUSTON HEAT (4-2)
3rd - CORDELE CRAZE (2-2)
5th - MILLBROOK / S.A. HITT (1-2)
7th - 14 U SAYS ALL-STARS /
2012 Southern National Teams
Carolina Rage
East Texas Pride
Gold Coast Hurricanes
High Intensity
Santa Fe
North Florida Elite
Polk County Crush 98
Lake Wales
Santa Fe Inferno
Stephenville Shockwave Stephenville
Tallahassee Merchants
Tallahassee Merchants 97 Tallahassee
Becca White
Amber Belk
No’elle Wisner
Cassidy Stukes
Maggie Grigg
Cara Phillips
Alyssa Phillips
Madison Phipps
Brittany Weaver
Calee Harrison
Veronica Ellis
Joey White
Kirby Daniels
Fred White
Lindsey Akridge
Leah Akridge
Alexsandra Flores
Karina Palomino
Adriana Mosley
Brooklyn Burnett
Marie Mireles
Sydney Hurley
Teah Reese
Kameri Mott
Abbie Cummings
Mika Maxwell
Lauren Oates
Mike Akridge
Orlando Ordaz
Jamie Flores
Melissa Rini
Madison Canby
Emily Rini
Lindsey Jacobs
Kayla Leibman
Skylar Fairchild
Dakota Damiani
Maggie Scott
Ariel Martinez
Emilee Quesada
Cecilia Siegel
Gabby Delena
Steve Lerner
Julio Quesada
Amy Leibman
Kamber Anderson
Kasey Carr
Lindsey Donaldson
Tatum Edge
Lainee Ely
Braya Enriquez
Faith Ford
Savannah Foster
Elizabeth Kelton
Victoria Perkins
Callan Taylor
Taylor Thorne
Jimi Watts
Veronica Whitfield
Rachel Wright
Kevin T. Watts
Dennis P. Criddle
George S. Ford
Victoria Espinoza
Hannah Thompson
Kaitlynn Snipe
Alexis Bean
Melanie Walker
Larissa Dondonay
Jacey Doherty
Jensine Grant
Payton Kadlecek
Taylor Collier
Willie Syers
Luke Griffith
Andy Bradley
Alexis Brown
Lacee Giddens
Peyton Guerrin
Natalie Hart
Caylan Johnson
Carson Long
Ivorie Maltby
Hayleigh Mulkey
Amelia Olive
Bailiegh Williams
Kelly Winter
Nicky Brown
Joel Long
Laura Winter
Sydney Cannette
Aryn Clark
Tori Gum
Alora Houston
Shelbi Ladner
Caitlin Mallette
Christine Marsland
Jordan Switzer
Madison Wall
Beth Spiers
Katrina Mouring
Jason Gum
Josh Ladnier
Scott Mouring
Gretchen Ebert
Alyssa Farinas
Alona Harris
Madison Johnson
Destiny King
Courtney Lang
Nikki Lundy
Alexis Mace
Mary-Margaret MaggardStevie Miller
Alyssa Rivera
Jamesia Stoudemire
Jim Maggard
Lacey Swafford
Kaitlyn Chronister
Kaitlyn Burke
Devin Lewis
Logan Hill
Kasey Frazier
Holly Weber
Karly Richardson
Autumn Woolen
Savannah Jackson
Shelby Hill
Rebekah Crockett
Emma Davis
Lillie Harper
Morgan Kinsey
Kaylee Moore
Marissa Pence
Heather Reatherford
Kaylee Roberts
Jayla Runyon
Taya Vasquez
Sabrina Watson
JW Smith
Erin Batts
Abbigail Clark
Chastitie Hart
Anna Jones
Cassidy Mehr
Breanna NeSmith
Rachel Reeves
Meghan Sarvis
Tahlia Snider
Jordyn Trammell
Alex Walker
Sydney Walker
Andy NeSmith
Robin Ahrberg
Scott Mehr
Payton Burton
Lindsey Fuller
Julia Grove
Kiley Harder
Heather Hildmon
Kelly Horne
Caroline Jacobsen
Carey Joiner
Shayne O’Connell
Brianna Pichard
Natalie Sorensen
Taylor Thorp
Frank Burke
Jason Thorp
Christine O’Connell
Krist Jacobsen
106 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: 850-606-2306 Fax: 850-606-2304
3945 Museum Dr. Tallahassee, FL 32310
(850) 576-1636
Enjoy 52 acres of living wildlife exhibits, nature trails, 1880’s farmstead, bird aviary, annual events and more! Mon-Sat 9 am-5 pm; Sun 12:30-5
pm. $9/Adults, $8.50/Seniors & College Students with valid ID, $6/Children ages 4-15, FREE/Children under 4 and Museum Members.
200 S Duval St. Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 644-4629
Featuring simulated “Mission Control” and space station laboratory, 50-foot dome planetarium, a 2D SR theater and 50’ by 70’ flat screen.
465 Wakulla Park Dr. Wakulla Springs, FL 32327
(850) 561-7276
Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world, this park plays host to an abundance of wildlife, including alligators, turtles, deer, and birds. Daily guided riverboat tours provide a closer view of wildlife, and glass bottom boat tours are offered when the water is clear.
Swimming is a popular activity during the hot summer months. A nature trail offers a leisurely walk along the upland wooded areas of the park.
The Wakulla Springs Lodge was built in 1937 by financier Edward Ball and is open year-round. A full-service dining room overlooks the spring;
lodge meeting facilities offer an excellent place for retreats. $6 per vehicle (up to 8 people), Boat tours $8.00, 12 under $5.00.
TALLAHASSEE ANTIQUE CAR MUSEUM 6800 Mahan Dr. Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 942-0137
An incredible new museum featuring more than 130 classic and rare autos including an 1894 Duryea, 1931 Duesenberg, the Tucker and Batmobiles. Other collections include antique boat motors, Native American artifacts, sports memorabilia, motorcycles and pedal cars. Mon-Fri 8 am-5
pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun Noon-5 pm. $16/Adults, 2 or more $13.50, $10.75/Students, $7.50/Children, 5 and under free.
2020 Mission Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 487-3711
History comes alive through costumed living history, hands on exhibit, re-created period buildings and archaeological excavations at the only reconstructed Spanish mission in Florida. Guided group tours available by reservation. Tuesday-Sunday 10 am.-4 pm. Admission
3540 Thomasville Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32309
(850) 487-4556
Maclay Gardens feature 200+ floral varieties plus hiking, biking and nature trails, swimming, fishing, and boating which surrounds the 1930’s home
of NY financier Alfred B. Maclay. The beautiful ornamental gardens are located on a portion of the park's 1,076 upland acres. The gardens were
first planted in 1923 by Alfred B. and Louise Maclay after purchasing the property for their winter home. Open daily from 8 am. to sunset. Park
admission is $6/vehicle (up to 8 passengers) and $1 per each additional person.
1600 Miccosukee Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 877-4202
The former home of a succession of prominent owners, this magnificent c. 1834 estate features more than twenty structures and a 19-acre heirloom garden. Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm (FREE). Main house tours Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm; Sat 10 am-2 pm $5/person. Also, be sure to stop in for a bite to
eat at Fanny’s Garden Café. For more information you can call (850) 942-0087, or check out the online menu-
301 E Park Ave. Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 245-6400
Tracing Florida’s history throughout the centuries, permanent exhibits include a mastodon skeleton; a diorama depicting life along the St. John’s
River before European contact; a tin-can camper, which brought early tourists to Florida; a recreated Florida steamboat; and a World War II exhibit. Spanish Shipwreck exhibit Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm, Sat 10 am-4:30 pm, Sun and holidays noon-4:30 pm. FREE
400 S. Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 487-1902
Restored to the 1902 appearance with stained glass dome and candy-striped awnings. Houses the Florida Legislative Research Center and Museum, restored House and Senate Chambers, Supreme Court and Governor’s suite. Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun Noon-4:30. FREE.
Florida A&M University
Florida State University
Times M-T 9am,11am & 2pm Times-Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Friday-9am & 11am
Phone#- 850-644-3246
P.O. Drawer 2195
1500 Wahnish Way
Tallahassee, FL 3236
Tallahassee, FL 32307
Tallahassee Community College
Times– M-F ( By appointment)
Phone-(850) 201-8555
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304
106 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: 850-606-2306 Fax: 850-606-2304
DOWNTOWN MARKETPLACE Ponce de Leon Park at Park Avenue and Monroe St Fine arts, crafts, authors, writers/
poets, live jazz, chefs, historic chats, children's storytelling and farmer's market, plus special events throughout the season. BUS
GROUPS WELCOME (Saturdays 8 am-2 pm, Mar-Nov). FREE Downtown Ponce de Leon Park at Park Ave. and Monroe St.
1500 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahasee FL 32301
Regal Theatres Stadium 12—Governors Square Movie theatre
Shop the area's best selection of retail specialty stores, including Tallahassee's only Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Brookstone, Abercrombie & Fitch/Abercrombie, Hollister, Gymboree, The Children's Place, Limited Too, Joined by Macys, Dillard's,
JCPenney, Sears and Talbots a 500-seat Food Court and a complete customer service center. Mon-Sat 10 am - 9 pm, Sun 12:30
- 5:30 pm.
2415 Monroe Street #200, Tallahassee FL 32303
AMC Theatres Mall 20 Movies, Barnes and Noble, Sports Authority, Burlington Coat Factory, Foot Locker, Food Court
WWW.VISITTALLAHASSEE.COM for restaurants and more shopping
Jim & Milts Barb B Q
1923 W. Pensacola Street, Tallahassee FL 32304
(850) 576-3998
Gordo’s Cuban Cuisine
1907 W Pensacola St. Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 576-5767
Andrews Capitol Grille and Bar
228 S Adams St, Tallahassee FL 32301
(850) 222-3444
Whataburger: Multiple Locations
815 Lake Bradford Rd Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 575-8602
Red Elephant-Pizza & Grill:
1872 Thomasville Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32303
(850) 222-7492
Metro Deli Downtown
104 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 224-6871
Marie Livingston Steak House
2705 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee FL
(850) 562-2525
Three Guys From New York Pizza
1814 W Tennessee St, #2, Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 513-9600
Po’ Boys Creole Café:
1944 W. Pensacola St. Tallahassee, FL
(850) 574-4144
Decent Pizza
1026 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32303
(352) 379-3663
Chick-Fil-A: Multiple Locations
2136 N Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL
(850) 385-0599
1 Fresh Stirfry
1820 N Monroe St Tallahassee, FL 32303
(850) 422-2111
Tallahassee Visitor Center
106 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Visitor Center Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Please visit for dining, attraction and calendar of
Leon County Sports Tourism
Brian Hickey— Director
Chris O’Brien— Asst. Director
Please note official rosters are held by Tournament Director