El Segundo Rounders

Men's Fastpitch Team

Manager Ron Kirby

Email:

Rounders@fastpitchwest.com

Telephone: (310) 320-2795

 

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The El Segundo Rounders are a men's fastpitch team based in El Segundo, California,  in the shadow of LAX.  The team was formed in 1993 by manager Ron Kirby and played a number of years in the El Segundo City League.  The team began playing tournament ball in 2000, and have participated in three (3) national tournaments:

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The 2002 NAFA "A" World Series in Salem, Oregon;

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The 2002 ASA "C" Nationals in Sacramento, California;

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The 2003 ASA "C" Nationals in College Station, Texas;

The Rounders were the 2003 So Cal ASA Alliance Champions, topping 16 Southern California teams, and earning the berth to the National tournament in Texas last year.

The Rounders opened their 2004 season with a victory over 15 So Cal teams in the Palm Springs, CA tournament, March 6-7, 2004 and are currently in first place in the So Cal ASA Alliance standings.

ROUNDERS HIGHLIGHTS

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In 2001, the Rounders won the first Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, behind Most Valuable Pitcher Kevin Tantlinger.

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In 2002, the Rounders won their second straight Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, and berth to the 2002 NAFA World Series and the ASA So Cal State Tournament at Big Bear Lake, CA, earning a berth to the ASA "C" Nationals.

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In 2003, the Rounders finished second in the Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, narrowly missing a "three-peat", falling to DC Current, IN in the finals; El Segundo City League champions for 2003.  The Rounders won the "March Madness" tournament hosted by Raymar Fastpitch in the So Cal Alliance tournament at Sante Fe Springs on March 22-23, 2003, with a perfect 6-0 record.  Don Younger, Tom Morton and Eric Geierman winning All-Tourney honors, and finished up the season by winning the Corona tournament in July 2003. he Rounders are the defending league champions in the Alliance, winning the title for the 2003 season.

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In 2004,  The Rounders started off with a bang, winning the title at Palm Springs in the first Alliance tournament of 2004.   However, the team has slipped in the past two tournaments, falling from first to fourth place in the league standings.   They return to Palm Springs April 24-25, 2004 in search of the mojo they seemed to have left there in early March.

bullet Click Here to Read About the Rounders' Tournament Victory at Palm Springs, CA
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The Rounders were the 2003 So Cal ASA Alliance Champions, topping 16 Southern California teams, and earning the berth to the National tournament in Texas last year.

The Rounders opened their 2004 season with a victory over 15 So Cal teams in the Palm Springs, CA tournament, March 6-7, 2004.

ROUNDERS HIGHLIGHTS
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In 2001, the Rounders won the first Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, behind Most Valuable Pitcher Kevin Tantlinger.

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In 2002, the Rounders won their second straight Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, and berth to the 2002 NAFA World Series and the ASA So Cal State Tournament at Big Bear Lake, CA, earning a berth to the ASA "C" Nationals.

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In 2003, the Rounders finished second in the Las Vegas Spring Swing tournament, narrowly missing a "three-peat", falling to DC Current, IN in the finals; El Segundo City League champions for 2003.  The Rounders won the "March Madness" tournament hosted by Raymar Fastpitch in the So Cal Alliance tournament at Sante Fe Springs on March 22-23, 2003, with a perfect 6-0 record.  Don Younger, Tom Morton and Eric Geierman winning All-Tourney honors, and finished up the season by winning the Corona tournament in July 2003.

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In 2004, the Rounders won the So Cal ASA Alliance Palm Springs Tournament topping 15 other So Cal teams.

THE ROAD AHEAD FOR THE ROUNDERS IN 2004

The Rounders will compete in the So Cal ASA Alliance league:

Date Location
March 6-7 Palm Springs
March 20-21 Santa Fe Springs
April 3-4 Santa Fe Springs
April 24-25 Palm Springs
May 22-23 Lancaster
June 26-27 Lancaster
July 10-11 Santa Fe Springs
July 24-25 Corona

The Rounders hope to win a berth to compete in the 2004 ASA "C" National tournament in Hasting, Nebraska, September 1-6, 2004, which would mark the third straight year the team has qualified for the National tournament.

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