2013 Nationwide Conference Update

Kissimmee, FL- USSSA Live is ready for a another great year of Nationwide Conference USSSA Softball, starting with the Hall Of Fame Classic here at Osceola County Stadium at Heritage Park and USSSA Headquarters. This year in 2013, USSSA Live will bring you unprecedented tournament coverage. The coverage of the Hall of Fame Classic will bring about a new fan experience for the viewer and an excitement for the Slow pitch fan base in general. USSSA Nationwide Conference games will broadcast in every home in high definition and be made watchable on your mobile phone, tablet, computer and internet enabled TV. In 2013, USSSA will hope to show you the direction in which USSSA is planning to take the fan experience with new and exciting ways to enjoy the best Slowpitch Softball in the country.

The Nationwide Conference continues to grow every single year, with multiple teams inquiring everyday about how they can join in the action. The Nationwide Conference now has 46 teams registered, up from 38 last year. ( 20 of which are new teams to the Conference) Resmondo-Worth will look to defend its dominance in Nationwide Conference play but will have a tough road ahead, being a new year with new teams to stand in their way.

Hall of Fame Classic coverage will begin on Wednesday night, April 17th, with the first ever Home Run Derby at the Classic. All tournament long you will be able to go to usssalive.com and view the tournament center, where there will be 1 camera video coverage on all 4 backfield diamonds for your viewing pleasure. Also, like the many years before there will be continued professional coverage of all Stadium games done by USSSALive.

In 2013, there will also be many Nationwide Conference games broadcast on ESPN3 including the Hall of Fame Classic winners bracket, semi-finals, and Championship game!

USSSA couldn’t be more excited about the 2013 Nationwide Conference USSSA, Tune into USSSALive.com to watch and enjoy the action from home!

USSSA Slow Pitch is where it all started. In 1968 USSSA was founded, originally called the United States Slo-Pitch Softball Association. While USSSA has since changed their full name to the United States Specialty Sports Association in order to include all of its sports programs, USSSA Slow Pitch is still a huge portion of the USSSA brand, with more teams and participants in USSSA Adult Slow Pitch than any other youth or adult sport program in USSSA. USSSA Slow Pitch ranges from Major Teams to purely Recreational Teams and offers several specialty divisions based on the common interests, experiences, and backgrounds of players.

The United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA), headquartered in Osceola County, Florida, is the World’s Largest Multi-sport Athletic Organization. Founded in 1968, USSSA has grown to over 3.7 million participants, competing in 13 nationally sanctioned sports including Baseball, Fastpitch, Slow Pitch, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Karate and more! For more information on USSSA and to register your team visit USSSA.com. Also be sure to visit USSSAToday.com for the latest USSSA News!


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