NATIONAL PRO FASTPITCH ANNOUNCES OLYMPIC CHANNEL TO CONTINUE COVERAGE FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE SEASON

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 19, 2018) – National Pro Fastpitch announced an agreement with the global Olympic Channel for regular season and championship action from the 2018  NPF season. The agreement includes more than twenty games and will…

ESPN+ and NPF Announce Exclusive Broadcast Partnership

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Summer-Long Schedule Features Multiple Appearances from Every Team in the League Addition of NPF Grows ESPN’s Softball Portfolio, Continues Long-Standing Commitment to the Sport  Per ESPN (May 24, 2018) ESPN+ has added more exclusive…

Tryouts for 2004 Season

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The next open tryout for National Pro Fastpitch is scheduled for Sunday, December 7, 2003 in Houston, Texas. It will be instrumental in showcasing potential talent for the new league which is now launching in 2004. Make plans now to join…

GREEK NATIONAL TEAM SELECTION PROCESS

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Since softball is a new sport in Greece, the International Softball Federation is working closely with the Greek (Hellenic Amateur) Softball Federation to develop a national and Olympic Team to assist them with their role as hosts of the 2004…

NEW NAME ANNOUNCED FOR WPSL

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Women's Pro Softball League Announces New Name — National Pro Fastpitch; Plans to Tour in 2003. (See Media Kit) DENVER - (November 21, 2002) — The five-year-old Women's Pro Softball League (WPSL), the only professional fastpitch…

WPSL ALL-STARS SHINE AT NSA EXHIBITION

WPSL ALL-STARS SHINE AT NSA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS EXHIBITION Pros win exhibition 13-1 Saturday, July 20, 2002 By Kelley Smiddie, Staff Writer, ChattanoogaNow | Chattanooga Times Free Press Former University of Arizona softball All-American…

NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO OF WOMEN'S PRO SOFTBALL

New President and CEO of the Women’s Pro Softball League Announced Denver, Colo. - December 10, 2001 — Jay Cowles, Chairman of the Women’s Pro Softball League (WPSL), announced today that John D. Carroll is stepping down as…