NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

  


Since Nebraska Slow Pitch was established in 2013, there have been four national champions crowned from the Cornhusker State.


USA SOFTBALL

2018 D NORTHERN NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Frank's Butchers entered the 2018 USA Softball D Northern National in Fargo, N.D. as the D state runner-up and one of the teams to beat -- and they certainly did not disappoint. They rolled to the winner's bracket final before losing their first game of the tournament to Thunderbird Sports Bar out of Des Moines, Iowa. However, they battled back to double-dip them in the finals claiming their first national title going 8-1 overall.


2018 E NORTHERN NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
DBO went into the 2018 USA Softball E Northern National in Liberty, Missouri as the E state champion and one of the top contenders. After starting out 2-0 they ran into the E1 state champion, Big Bats, who would hand them their first loss of the tournament. However, they would battle back through the loser's bracket to win seven straight games, going 10-1 overall to claim their first national title in their first year in existence.


2017 C NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 

T's 13 entered the 2017 USA Softball C National in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on a mission. After going 0-2 in 2016, they wanted to prove they were one of the teams to beat and they certainly did that. They started out 4-0 before losing to Army Black in the winner's bracket final. However, they came back to not only double-dip them, but actually ten-runned them both times, 16-6 and 22-12, to earn sponsor Terry Peterson his first national title since 2001.


USSSA

2016 E CENTRAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Omaha's Finest went into the USSSA Softball E Central National in Council Bluffs, Ia., with the most points out of anyone in the 16 team tournament. That point total turned out to be no joke as Finest showed they were the class of the event. They went 5-0 defeating Mobile Audio Design from Lincoln in the title game. The team then grabbed fourth place a week later in the USA Softball E Northern National Sioux Falls, S.D. They finished the year at 79-30.