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COMBAT TOURNAMENT

April 15th, 2014

by Edmond Adult Softball

Bickham had the pleasure of hosting The Hall of Fame’s Combat Tournament last weekend.  This was a great success, despite all the wind and sand that most of us are still finding in various locations!  There was some excellent softball played from both the men’s and women’s teams from around the country.  Thanks for all the supporting elements that made this a success: The Hall of Fame Ground Crew, Umpires, and Concessions.  We look forward to hosting many more tournaments at our new Edmond 66 Park in the near future.

Thanks Again

Edmond 66 Park

April 3rd, 2014

by Edmond Adult Softball

We had a meeting with the Edmond City Officials yesterday.  We left this meeting very optimistic.  EASA was informed that the city will be coving the children’s play grounds with safety netting.  The new water well has been put on priority, and the second bid to install lights went out this week as well.  Unfortunately we are not opening the Spring 2014 season at our new park, but we appreciate your patients.  Good luck to all teams this season.

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Turn the faucet OFF!!!

June 6th, 2013

by Edmond Adult Softball

Pics from Thursday, June 6 2013.

Route 66 Softball Complex and Park Ground Breaking

September 19th, 2012

by Edmond Adult Softball

Groundbreaking cerimonies were held today, Sept. 19, for the new Route 66 Softball Complex and Park. Construction should begin Sept. 24, with a completion date sometime in Sept. 2013. Below are a few pictures from this morning.

Field Diagram

Concession Stand

Ground Breaking

Bickham Softball Complex to Co-Host Special Olypics

September 19th, 2012

by Edmond Adult Softball

This weekend, Sept. 21-23, 33 teams from across the United States as well as teams from Canada, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico will descend on the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City for the 2012 Special Olympics North America Softball Invitational Tournament. With over 400 athletes in attendance, competition will kick off at both the ASA Hall of Fame Complex and Bickham Park in Edmond, Okla. on Friday, September 21 with the medal rounds concluding at ASA on Sunday, September 23.

“On behalf of the entire ASA and USA Softball community, we are thrilled to welcome the Special Olympics North America Softball Invitational to OKC and our facility,” said ASA/USA Softball Executive Director Ron Radigonda. “What an amazing opportunity for us to share and experience our sport with these athletes and welcome them to our world-class venue where champions play.”

Qualified teams represent 16 states including Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Vermont and three countries as mentioned above. All athletes will arrive to OKC on Thursday and celebrate on Friday night with Opening Ceremony beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex. A special parade of athletes is planned for the Opening Ceremony as well as a series of speakers including Master of Ceremonies and USA Softball’s Olympic Gold Medalist Amanda Freed (Cypress, Calif.). The passing of the Special Olympics torch, lighting of the cauldron and a firework celebration will conclude the evening.

“Softball emphasizes team work, physical fitness and strategic thinking – benefits and skills found on the playing field that people with intellectual disabilities can use to become active, contributing members of their communities,” said Bob Gobrecht, President and Managing Director of Special Olympics North America, “We see continued growth in softball, with more than 78,000 Special Olympics athletes participating in the sport globally.”

Both traditional Special Olympics teams and Unified Sports teams (people with and without intellectual disabilities playing on the same team) will be represented throughout the weekend and medals will be awarded for each division. Each of the 33 competing teams.

Practice on Fields

March 30th, 2011

by Edmond Adult Softball

Please remember that the fields will be open on Saturday’s if the weather is good and closed on Sunday’s for another league that rents the fields from us. They will also be open during the week as long as the maintenance guys are not working on them at that time.

Please also remember that if the gates are locked for some reason please do not jump the fences to get on the fields. All that does is damage the fence and the fields and we have to take the extra time to get those fixed.

Again we are looking for a great 2011 season and are almost full at this time, so if you have not registered please do so. Our last registration is This Thursday, March 31, from 6:30 to 6:45 at the Edmond Downtown Community Center on 28 E. Main.

We will also have our Classification/Coaches Meeting that same night starting at 7:30, this is were you can find out your nights for sure and what league you will be playing in and ask questions about the new rule changes to the Head Umpire.

If you have any questions or comments please let us know, our email address is board@edmondadultsoftbal.com.

Welcome to our updated website!

March 18th, 2011

by Edmond Adult Softball

Hello, and welcome to our first blog post on our newly overhauled website! While it looks basically the same, it’s now much easier for us to update quickly.

We’re also excited that the new website backend T&S Web Design set up for us is much easier to update on an ongoing basis. That means we’ll be able to keep all our players much more up-to-date on everything. Not only will the blog be updated, but the rest of the site will have current information as well.

So bookmark our website or add our RSS feed. We’re looking forward to communicating more with you, our customers.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us!