ASA AND ONE DREAM ZERO DISTRACTION LLC
Arizona ASA has entered into a
softball development partnership with One Dream Zero LLC (1DZD).
State-wide clinics will be led by former Arizona Wildcat Pitcher
Estela Piñon and former Sun Devil Pitcher Dallas Escobedo, who
played for the Chicago Bandits and PA Rebellion respectively in
National Pro Fastpitch during the summer of 2014. 1DZD will run
clinics within Arizona exclusively through Amateur Softball
Association (ASA), the National Governing Body of softball in
the United States.
The mission of 1DZD Softball is to
assist clients, both players and coaches, in capitalizing off
their marketability. To heighten the overall skill level of
#FutureGen athletes through camps and clinics. To help parents
learn better ways to market their #FutureGen athletes to College
coaches and to give #FutureGen coaches better skills through
Arizona ASA State Commissioner, Don
Fishel, is excited to have Estella and Dallas both be part of
the Arizona ASA Program. These two professional pitchers will
work with “Individually Registered” ASA players and coaches
prior to, during, or at the conclusion of certain Arizona ASA
Girls Fast-Pitch Tournaments.
Piñon commented, “I never
thought growing up that I would have an outlet that would allow
me to play softball after college and I’ve now had the chance to
do just that. I want to use the clinics to help #FutureGen
players grow into strong athletes and leaders. The biggest
reward for me is going to be seeing the girls I work with land
that college scholarship and hopefully have an opportunity to
play professionally.” Escobedo also shared her thoughts, “This
is an exciting time in my career as a professional athlete,
through this partnership, I’ll be able to reach a tremendous
amount of #FutureGen players and give back to the organization
that was responsible for helping me develop.”
Commissioner Don Fishel hopes to see the clinics in 2015 to
provide Pitching, Fielding, Sliding, and Batting instruction
from several 1DZD Staff. Mr. Fishel also hopes Coaching Clinics
will be available.
Arizona ASA will promote and
facilitate the state-wide clinics, while all registration fees
will be collected by 1DZD on their site
to Tournament ASA and notice the upcoming ASA tournaments that
include 1DZD clinics.
Immediately, Pitching Clinics and Player Drills;
Saturday, October 18th (8am – 10am) - Arizona Octoberfest
Champions – Tucson AZ
Tournament Director – Joseph Eiserman
– 520 906-3040
1DZD Staff – Estela Piñon
October 25th (8am – 10am) – 2nd Annual Cottonwood Clinic –
Tournament Director – Don Fishel – 928
1DZD Staff – Estela Piñon
Saturday & Sunday,
November 15-16 (TBA) – Bullhead City River Classic – Bullhead
Tournament Director – Dale Poole – 928 300-6764
All participants pertaining to the 1DZD Clinics must also be
participating in that particular ASA Tournament.
$60 per play up to four. If five or more players E-mail 1DZD at
below address for pricing.
* Contact One Dream Zero
Distraction one week prior to said clinic OR pay cash on-site to
* If planning to pay on-site, E-mail 1DZD at
* Pitchers need to have their own
HITE FOUNDATION 5TH ANNUAL CHARITY CO-ED SOFTBALL
Saturday, November 15th, 2014 (7:00am)
Tournament Entry Form
Golf Links Sport Complex
Links and Craycroft)
$600 per team
4 teams per pool,
top 2 teams in pool move to championship round.
10-15 players (2 females minimum).
Join us for
a fun-filled day of games, live music and free BBQ for players +
All proceeds to benefit the Erik Hite Foundation Child
Care Center for First Responders and Military Families in our
Erik Hite Foundation
ARIZONA ASA TO CHANGE JO
REGISTRATION SEASON TO SEPTEMBER 1-AUGUST 31
EFFECTIVE 2015 SEASON
ASA to change JO Registration
Arizona ASA will be
joining 22 other ASA Associations in restructuring our Junior
Olympic Registration dates from the traditional January
1-December 31 timeline to September 1-August 31 to better
correlate the National Championship Tournament Calendar. As many
teams begin recruiting and conducting tryouts right after the
National Championships, we are restructuring our registration
schedule to help teams put together their new teams in September
after the ASA/USA National Championships and Western National
Championships are concluded.
THIS CHANGE WILL
NOT EFFECT THE PLAYERS ELIGIBILITY AGE !!!!!!!
Why did we decided to join the other 22 associations with this
1. The time frame better matches
the normal playing season evolution of our teams. After National
Championship play in August, teams reform, and players move up
to begin the next year of competition.
2. It allows your
team the opportunity to purchase the best insurance policy in
youth sports, Bollinger Insurance that can be utilized in ANY
friendly, practice or other outside organizations tournaments as
all other organizations begin their team registration season
September-August, without having to wait until January for your
newly formed team after tryouts.
3. For the teams who
have high school playing athletes on their roster, gives your
team September-February to play in tournaments, etc. as opposed
to registering in January and only having two months as a team
before you lose players to high school teams.
4. For our
association that has the ability to play in most of the state
year round, it gives all of teams in the Central and Southern
District the ability to utilize the team registration the entire
year leading up to Nationals. Also gives your team more time to
prepare for National Championships if you qualify to go.
How will this effect teams that are registered for 2014
that started in January 2014?
Arizona ASA teams
that have registered in 2014 are valid until December 31, 2014.
However, for the 2015 season, the registration period will end,
August 31, 2015.
What are we doing to assist your team with this
Arizona ASA is conducting a
tournament in Prescott, Arizona, August 23-24 called the
Registration Kick-Off Classic. We are giving all teams who
participate in this tournament a $200 credit towards purchasing
your 2015 team registration through
register for this tournament, please go to
and click on girls fast pitch, then Arizona ASA. You can log in
with your tournamentasa.com account and register for the
We believe, like many of the other ASA
Associations who have made the switch from January 1-December 31
to the NEW September 1-August 31 registration period will better
serve our Junior Olympics teams. If you have any questions in
regards to this change, please contact the J.O. State
Rick Hormann at
2015 NATIONALS & NATIONAL INVITATIONALS
-Girls Class B 14U Western National – Prescott Arizona
16” Slow-Pitch Class A National – Yuma Arizona
Sow-Pitch 12”/14” Class E /Rec National Invitational – Kingman
ASA YOUTH FOUNDATION
Arizona ASA has our NEW
Youth Foundation. Please consider donating your 2012 charitable
funding (IRS deductable) to our 501c3 Corporation.
Our Board of Directors
will use all charitable funding to allow the following improvements
in our Youth Program:
youth ASA registered players
Team Travel subsidy
for 2014 ASA JO National Championships
for Arizona ASA Partners (Field Owners)
JO Coaches –
Educational (Clinics/Schools/ ACE)
Youth ASA Registered
Umpires – Educational (Clinics) &Travel Subsidy for 2014 ASA
Visit the Arizona Amateur Softball Association Youth
on this website!!!
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