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SPRING 2019 Saturday CO-ED Registration

 SPRING  2019

                                                              REGISTRATION
 
 SPRING 2019 Saturday CO-ED Registration:        
 Registration Fee                                               $875.00
Forfeit Fee                                                           120.00
Total Registration                                             $995.00
                            
IF YOU REGISTER AND PAY IN FULL  PRIOR TO FEB. 2, 2018,
YOU WILL RECEIVE A 1/2 DOZEN SOFTBALLS FREE.
 
All registration fees must be 
PAID in FULL 
PRIOR TO
SAT. MARCH 25, 2019.
 
 
2019 SPRING SEASON WILL OPEN UP
ON SAT. APRIL. 13, 2019
                                                                     

 

 


PAY PAL

 


******  Alumni Softball NOW accepting

PAYPAL registration payments.

Send payment to Alumnisoftball@aol.com


Call Stuart for further information 732-513-4836


-LEAGUE REVIEWS-

Alumni Softball Co-ed is a great league and its run with
organization and class. Very competitive league even for co-ed. Give the commish Stu a CALL 732-513-41836, an email at alumnisoftball@aol.com or visit the league's site at www.leaguelineup.com/alumnicoed. Hope to see you in April!
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Alumni Softball Co-Ed is well organized and has "even" competition. We played in Alumni Softball since the start for the spring & fall of 2008,-2016 and keep coming back. League is great and well handled. Stu cares & runs a clean league.We are returning to Alumni Softball Co-Ed in the spring 2017                                                                                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Stu,
Hope all is well.
I just wanted to let you know that my team enjoyed playing in the 2008-2010 spring.                It's well run, and structured.
All the best,
Mike Baker
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UMPIRE'S CALL

 

YER OUT!  WE WIN!!!  YAHOO!!!!

BOY, THAT UMPIRE MADE A GREAT CALL... 

YEAH..DIDJA EVER NOTICE THAT THE UMPIRING

IS ONLY BAD WHEN WE LOSE..


IF RAIN

IN THE EVENT OF RAIN / SNOW

THE DAY / NIGHT BEFORE

or THE MORNING OF YOUR GAMES 

CALL    STUART 732-513-4836     DO NOT TEXT

AROUND 7 AM

SATURDAY MORNING

FOR GAMES / FIELD STATUS.

THANK YOU

If your team has a 8:30-10am game on a Saturday  
knowing that it rained the day/night before, 
fields will need to be worked on so you can play.

Come down to fields early with rakes

Thank You


LEAGUE MISSION STATEMENT


SPORTSMANSHIP

“IT’S A SPORT”
“BE A SPORT”

Athletic competition, at the community recreation level, can be a rewarding lifetime activity.

ALUMNI SOFTBALL LEAGUE LLC. endeavors to provide a safe and enjoyable experience that is worthy of the time and money expended and an activity which can be enjoyed by an entire family.
The end product, or the quality of the experience,will rest with the attitude each participant brings to the contest.

As a league, we hope the individual competitors will rely on an old standard sportsmanship. Compete hard and compete within the rules. What society might see at the college or professional level does not necessarily enhance the experience at the community level. When the moment of frustration rears its head experience the moment and move on with the contest.

Remember, enjoy the recreational activity for just what it is
"A GAME". Pursue victory with honor.


WHAT IS ALUMNI SOFTBALL LEAGUE ALL ABOUT?

ALUMNI SOFTBALL IS AN ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE
PLAYERS MUST BE 18 YRS OLD AS OF APRIL 1,OF THE UP COMING SEASON
EACH TEAM ARE ALLOWED MAX.24 PLAYERS ON THEIR ROSTERS

SPRING LEAGUES:
Staten Island SATURDAY Leagues "MEN'S MODIFIED PITCH"
"CO-ED MODIFIED PITCH"
BOTH LEAGUES PLAYS on SATURDAYS DOUBLE HEADERS
THERE ARE NO TIME LIMITS IN EITHER LEAGUES

NJ League-MEN'S "MODIFIED PITCH" 
 Sundays DOUBLE HEADERS
THERE ARE NO TIME LIMITS IN THE SUNDAY LEAGUE
WWW.Leaguelineup.com/Alumni
All Spring Leagues run from April through August.
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FALL LEAGUE
STATEN ISLAND- SATURDAY CO-ED LEAGUE
DOUBLE HEADERS- NO TIME LIMITS
WWW.Leaguelineup.com/Alumnicoed
League runs from September through December

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UMPIRES
Umpires for MEN'S and CO-ED LEAGUES.
If you are experienced or interested in learning
how to umpire,LEAGUE IS LOOKIG FOR YOU.

All teams and future umpires should
contact STUART PFEFFER                                                                                                                                             
732-513-4836
E-MAIL: AlumniSoftball@aol.com
WWW.Leaguelineup.com/Alumni
WWW.Leaguelineup.com/Alumnicoed


NO HITTER

October 29, 2016

 

On Sat. 10/29/16 Nikki Castagno Pitcher on the  Panther Press / Damage pitched

                    a NO HITTER .    In 23 yrs it's  the 1st No Hitter In Damage Softball History.

 

"CONGRATUATIONS"


SPRING & FALL CO-ED CHAMPIONS 2008- PRESENT

ALUMNI SOFTBALL CO-ED CHAMPIONSHIPS

                              SPRING                            FALL   

2008              BOY'S FROM BONAO        CRUSH

2009              BLAZER'S                             CRUSH  *Heavy Rain & Cold

2010              BEER GARDEN                    CRUSH

2011              COBRA KAI                          CRUSH

2012              FIORIOLES                           HURICANE SANDY-End of season canceled / No Champion

2013              FIORIOLES                           CKO KICK BOXING/CRUSH

2014              FIORIOLES                           CKO KICK BOXING/CRUSH

2015              FIORIOLES (East)                CKO KICK BOXING/CRUSH

                       CARNAGE (West)                                                                                                

2016              FIORIOLES (East)                 SHARKY'S

                       HALBRIECH TAX (West)

2017              GRIFFS / OUTSIDERS                      --------------

2018

2019

2020


HISTORY MADE AT ALUMNI SOFTBALL LEAGUE CO-ED

SATURDAY APRIL 21, 2012

KEVIN NASTA WINS HIS 300th GAME AS DAMAGE'S HEAD COACH!!

Staten Island, NY: On Saturday April 21, 2012 KEVIN NASTA, manager of Damage Athletics won his 300th career coaching victory. Damage won their 1st game of a double header in this years 2012 spring ALUMNI SOFTBALL Co-Ed LEAGUE. Coach Nasta stated that Damage Athletics was started in 1994 and is still going strong as Staten Island's longest continuous and tenured coed softball team. In various Co-Ed leagues Damage has captured league titles in 1994,1995,1998,and 2003. Coach Nasta is looking to continue Damage's long and successful history with a positive future.


2013 All Star Game

August 10, 2013 – 01:00 PM

                                        Alumni Softball League

                                       Co-Ed All Star Game

                                    Saturday August 10, 2013  

                                 1pm pre game  1:30 Start

                                     Wagner College Softball Complex

                                           5th Annual Alumni Softball League Coed All Star Game 

    On a beautiful and sunny 87 degree on Saturday August 10, 2013, 35 of Alumni Softball League’s best came together to compete in the League’s 5th annual All Star extravaganza!

   Teams that represented the East All Stars were The FiOrioles, James Vuricko’s Ball Busters, The Nightmares, and Pepper Jack Grill. The West All Stars were represented by Platinum Mortgage, Damage Athletics, The Benchwarmers, and The Ginger Bread Learning Center.

    Over 35 people were in attendance to watch the festivities kick off with the Boy Scouts troop 43 of Rosebank presenting the colors of America. Briana Buttermark then came on and sung a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem. All the players were lined up on their respective foul lines paying their respects to our great country.

    Stu Pfeffer, League Commissioner, surprised everyone and brought in a public address announcer who sounded like the late great Bob Sheppard. All the players and fans got a kick out of it. Some of the players used their phones to record their introductions as they ran onto the field. Joanne Pfeffer, Stu’s wife, threw out the first pitch and the game was on its way.

   Danny Modica (Pepper Jack Grill) took the mound for the East and pitched masterfully over 5-innings allowing no runs on 3 hits while striking out 2 batters, and picking up the victory. This outing was definitely a self redemption game as Modica was the losing pitcher in the 2012 All Star game. On the other side of the lines Damage Athletics hurler Luis Soto pitched 7 innings and was victimized by 2 un-timely errors that led to a total of 14 runs to score. Gina Palmeri (JV’s Ball Busters) pitched the final 4-frames allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and striking out the game’s final batter on her way to the save. The save marked the 3rd straight All Star game in which a pitcher has recorded one. The West’s final hurler was Rafael Lora (Damage Athletics) who had the pleasure of pitching to his daughter who was the catcher for the West (Marisol Paulino/Damage Athletics).  Lora pitched the final 2 innings allowing 1-run on 2 hits in the 15-2 loss.    Many players had standout games including The FiOrioles Steve Napalitano who was 4-5 with 2 runs batted in. Eric Dini (JV’s Ball Busters) raked 4 hits in 5 at bats while scoring 3 runs and driving home 1. But, it was Paul Kosinksi who took home the All Star MVP going 3-5 with an all star record 4 runs batted in. For the West Siegfried Prieto (Ginger Bread) was 2-3 with a run batted in, while Peter DeSanti (Platinum Mortgage)  took home the All Star MVP honors went 1-4 while scoring a run and driving in the team’s 1st of two runs on the day.        Umpires for the game were Brian Tooker & Mike Alesia

   After two hours and 6 minutes the teams came together at mid field for the traditional handshakes then posed for their team photos. The All Star game had a beautiful rendition of GOD Bless America performed in the 7th inning   by Kortney Galyas a Hurricane Sandy survivor.  

A special thanks goes out to Kevin Nasta for doing an excellent job organizing this extravaganza .

The 2014, All Star Game will be on Saturday August 9,2014.  There will be a female only HOME RUN DERBY- 

                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

     

 

 

 

 


2012 ALL STAR GAME

This years ALL STAR GAME was played at Wagner College Softball Field.
DATE: August 11 Time: 1pm Pregame 1:30pm Game  Start

 Each team will have 3 representives from their teams playing in
the ALL STAR GAME. One must be a FEMALE.

EAST MANAGER:VINNY VENTRONE TEAM: BALL BUSTERS/JAMES VURICKIO
COACH: GINA PALMERI BALL BUSTERS/JAMES VURICKIO

East Division winner was Damage Athletics. Kevin declined being the
manger of the All Star Team. Vinny from the BALL BUSTERS/JAMES VURICKIO
team came in 2nd place in the division. Vinny excepted to be the Manager.

WEST MANAGER: MIKE FIORE
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EAST DIVISION ALL STAR TEAM
MANAGER: VINNY VENTRONE - BALL BUSTERS/JAMES VURICKIO
COACH: GINA PALMERI - BALL BUSTERS/JAMES VURICKIO

EAST ALL STARS
TO BE DETERMINDED

WEST DIVISION ALL STAR TEAM
MANAGER: MIKE FIORE - FIORIOLES

WEST ALL STARS
TO BE DETERMINDED
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Each player selected will wear their respective teams Jersey.

 ALL STAR BALLOTS ARE DUE ASAP.

There will be 2 MVP Trophies awarded.

2012 ALL STAR GAME

August 11, 2012

ALUMNI SOFTBALL CO-ED LEAGUE

East Beats West 2 years in a row with a thriller in the
4th Annual All Star Game

On a very sunny and warm day at the Wagner College Softball Complex in Grymes Hill, the 4th annual Alumni Coed All Star game was about to take place. Twenty six players lined up on their respective foul lines ready to take the field of battle for bragging rights. The West squad led by manager Michael Fiore was awarded home field advantage due to the championship being won by their division. Fiore was ready to lead players that represented The FiOrioes, Blazers, Dirty Minds, and Richmond County Ambulance.

On the other side of the field manager Vincent Ventrone was ready to lead the East with his players representing: Bench Warmers, Cobra Kai, Damage Athletics, James Vuricko's Ball Busters, and Pepper Jack Grill.

Danny Modica (Dirty Minds) took the mound for the West and was locked up in a pitchers duel with the East's Amy Janicke (Pepper Jack Grill). Six innings were in the book with just a combined 6 hits recorded and no runs. The East finally broke through in the top of the 6th when Brian Kurella (Pepper Jack Grill) ripped a 2-out double passed Kristen Liberatore (Dirty Minds) and into left field driving home 2-runs giving the East a 2-0 lead. Yacenia Young (Damage Athletics) took over on the mound trying to record the All Star game's first save. Dave Quesada (Dirty Minds) entered the game in the 7th looking to keep the East off the board as they tried to mount a comeback. Young made sure that comeback never happened.

In the 9th inning the West put the tying runs on board, but and shallow pop up and a line drive double play ended the rally and the game giving the East the 2-0 victory.
Amy Janicke picked up her 2nd career All Star victory (2011 & 2012) while Danny Modica took the loss. Yacenia Young picked up the save pitching a solid 4 innings in relief.

Brian Kurella (Pepper Jack Grill) picked up the Most Valuable Player award for the winning East squad with his 2-run game winning double. Carlos Juarte (RC Ambulance) picked up the MVP for the West with his 2-4 (2-singles) day. This day was about pitching and all 4-hurlers made sure of it. Only Juarte recorded a multi hit game for both teams.

Over-all it was a beautiful day for softball and more then 40-fans were there to witness the best All Star game to date.

This officially ends the 2012 Alumni Coed Softball spring season where we saw some great things.
What a better way to end it with such an exciting All Star event
See you in the Fall!!!
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2011 Alumni Coed All Star Game

Staten Island Advance Article The Alumni Coed Softball League held its 3rd annual all-star game recently at the Richmond County Youth Complex and the East defeated the West 8-5. It was the East stars first win in the series. The league consists of 14 teams and sports two divisions with seven teams in each. The East team was comprised of players from: Blazers, Beer Garden, Take Two, James Vurckio BBs, Dirty Minds and DePreme. The West was comprised of players from: Cobra Kai, The Outsiders, Damage Athletics, Rab’s Country Lanes, Griffs, Misfits, and the Procrastinators. Vurckio’s Vinny Ventrone (East) and Outsiders’ Anthony Figueroa Jr.(West) were the managers. The East Most Valuable Player (MVP) was shortstop John Cronin of Beer Garden. Cronin went 3 for 5 with a double, a homer and three runs batted in (RBI). Shortstop Richie Gonzalez of Damage Athletics was the West MVP. Gonzalez went 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI. John Daly of Vurckio’s was the winning pitcher while Depreme’s Chris Tiero picked up the save. “