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PA Power - 5th place at ISC World Tournament. Sean Cleary, Rob Schweyer and Brad Theys named to All World Team.
PA Power - 2010 NSA Champions, Salisbury, MD.
PA Power - 2nd Place Elkland ISC II Tournament.
Congratulations to Blue Lake Builders on their ASA National
Championship. Ryan Rutt named MVP, Greg Houtz and Derrick Martin
named to All-Tournament team.
PA Power finishes 3rd in the Elkland B Tournament with a 3 and 2 record.
Congratulations Derrick Zechman and Derrick Martin - both selected to the ISC II All-Tournament team.
PA Power finishes in the top ten with 4 wins and 2 losses at the ISC II World Championships.
PA Power awarded second place in NSA World Series. Undefeated game vs. NY Bombers rained out.
PA Power finished 2-3 in third MAFTL weekend, loses in quarter-final round of playoffs.
PA Power co-champions of Jersey Shore 4th of July tournament with a 4-1 record.
PA Power wins Cortland Invitational with a 4-2 record.
PA Power finished 2-3 in second MAFTL weekend, loses in semi-finals to the Knights.
PA Power finishes 2nd in Linden, NJ ISC II Qualifier, beats #3 CPI, earns bid to 2009 ISC II TOC.
PA Power finished 2-2 in first MAFTL weekend, loses in semi-finals to Keatings.
PA Power wins Rodney Fox Memorial Tournament.
PA Power - 2008 NAFA A-Major World Series Champions.
Dean Malone named Most Valuable Player.
Ryan Rutt named Most Valuable Pitcher.
Malone, Rutt, High, Loglisci, Theys, and Mease - 1st Team All-Tournament selections.
PA Power finishes second at NSA World Series, Zechman, Sauder, Martin and Rutt named to All-Tournament team.
PA Power finishes 3-2 in the final travel league weekend.
PA Power finishes 1-2 at Allentown, does not receive ISC II bid.
PA Power finishes second (3-2) at Cortland.
PA Power finishes 1-3 at the second travel league, loses in first playoff round.
PA Power finishes 0-3 at CPI Oswego ISC II qualifier.
PA Power finishes 2-4 at Linden Memorial Day Tournament.
PA Power finishes 1-1-1 at the first travel league, ties #1 ISC II TNT, South Lebanon
PA Power starts season with a 2nd at the Rodney Fox Memorial Tournament.
PA Power ends season with a second place at the ASA "B" Nationals.
Tracy, Stokes, Zechman, Malone, Theys, Esporrin, Fiore, Mease - ASA B All-Americans
PA Power makes ISC II Playoffs, loses in first round, tournament record is 2-3. Loglisci named to the ISC II All-Tournament team.
PA Power finishes 4-3 in NSA World Series.
PA Power finishes 2-2 in final Mid-Atlantic Travel League weekend.
PA Power finishes 0-3 in Walsh Memorial Classic, losing to ISC #2 Patsys, ISC #3 Orillia and ISC #21 St. Thomas.
PA Power wins the Allentown 4th of July Tournament, finishes 5-0. Zechman named MVP, Stokes named Top Pitcher.
PA Power wins the Cortland Invitational Tournament with a perfect 3-0 on Sunday and a 4-2 record overall.
PA Power finishes 3-2 in the second Mid-Atlantic Travel League weekend.
PA Power finishes 4-2 at Erie, wins berth to ISC II ToC, defeats Midland (ISC I #13) in semi-finals, finishes second.
PA Power finishes 4-2 in first Mid-Atlantic Travel League weekend.
The Pennsylvania Power is a ISC II and ASA class 'B' Men's Fastpitch softball team from Harrisburg, PA. We have players from Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The team originated in late 1998 with the merger of players from the Sunbury PA East End team and members of the New Jersey Pros. In 1999, members from Derr's Income Tax from Bloomsburg, PA, the Firehouse Pub from Harrisburg, PA and Vanguard from Kearny, NJ joined the Power. In 2001 and 2002 the Power played many of its weekends with the Ricola Fastpitch team. The 2005 season saw members from the Harrisburg, PA Aqua Specialists and Ephrata, PA Twin Pines Auto Group join the squad.
The Power is competing in the Mid-Atlantic ISC travel league, selected regional invitational tournaments, the NSA World Series, the NAFA World Series and the ISC II Tournament of Champions.
Among our accomplishments are the 2008 NAFA A-Major Champions, 2007 Allentown 4th of July Champions, 2006 NSA World Series Champions as well as the 2005 ASA Men's Class C Fastpitch National Champions.
This page was last on 01/14/11.