Springfield, Missouri won a James Farrell USA Softball Award of Excellence for being one of the highest rated USA National Championships in the United States 24 times. Since 1967, Springfield, MO has hosted 34 USA Softball National Championships.
League Schedules and Standings
League and Tournament Schedules are posted on the eteamz website.
Missouri State and Drury Universities Softball Schedule at the Killian Stadium and the Meador Softball Thompson Stadium for spring 2017.
March 18- MSU vs. Northern Iowa (DH) at Killian 12 pm
March 19- MSU vs. Northern Iowa at Killian 11 am
March 21- MSU vs. Arkansas at Killian 5 pm (rained out)
March 25- DU vs. Southern Indiana (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
March 25- MSU vs. Loyola (DH) at Killian 12 pm
March 26- DU vs. Bellarmine (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
March 26- MSU vs. Loyola at Killian 11 am
April 1- DU vs. Truman State (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
April 2- DU vs. Quincy (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
April 8- DU vs. Rockhurts (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
April 14- MSU vs. Evansville (DH) at Killian 12 pm
April 15- MSU vs. Evansville at Killian 11 am
April 18- DU vs. Rogers State (DH) at Thompson 3 pm
April 22- DU vs. Illinois-Springfield (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
April 23- DU vs. Mckendree (DH) at Thompson 12 pm
April 25- MSU vs. Wichita State at Killian 5 pm
April 26- MSU vs. SIU Edwardsville at Killian 4 pm
April 29- MSU vs. Drake (DH) at Killian 12 pm
April 30- MSU vs. Drake at Killian 11 am
Our history and dedication to softball dates back to the early 1930's. The Springfield Amateur
Softball Association was founded in April, 1935 and consisted of leagues from the Frisco railroad, and local churches. Since that time the association has grown to include men's fast and slow pitch, women's and coed slow pitch, and youth fast pitch tournaments. We continue our involvement with local, state, regional tournaments and national qualifiers, and since the late 1960's our involvement with hosting national championships.
Springfield facilities rank near the top, and we have been privileged to host 34 national championships. Since 1991, 24 of these tournaments have received the James Farrell Award of Excellence from the ASA.