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New Horizon for Slow Pitch: ISPS Launches Women's League in Arizona

By ISPS, 12/15/23, 1:00AM EST


Discover the latest addition to the ISPS family: a new women's slow pitch softball league in Avondale, Arizona. Spearheaded by Director Gabriel Gonzalez, the league aims to celebrate the sport and community with tournaments, homerun derbies, and more.

New Horizon for Slow Pitch: ISPS Launches Women's League in Arizona

The International Slow Pitch Softball (ISPS) is proud to announce the inception of a brand-new women's slow-pitch softball league that's set to redefine the local sports landscape in Avondale, Arizona. This dynamic initiative, taking place at the pristine Donie Hale Park, is led by the newly appointed Arizona USA Slow Pitch Softball Director, Gabriel Gonzalez.

The league, marked by the vibrant and dynamic logo encapsulating the spirit of ISPS, is not just a league; it's a full-fledged softball experience. Participants can look forward to a season filled with competitive league play, local tournaments, cross-border challenges with Sonora, Mexico, and high-energy home run derbies.

The introduction of this league signifies ISPS's commitment to expanding the reach of slow-pitch softball, ensuring inclusivity, and fostering a sense of community among players. The meticulously chosen venue, Donie Hale Park, boasts top-notch facilities, ensuring every game is played in a professional and conducive environment.

This initiative is more than a game; it's a celebration of athleticism, teamwork, and cultural unity, setting a new standard for slow-pitch softball in the USA.

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