14 Open: So Cal Choppers - Fausett
16 Open: ScrapYard Internationals and Glory Adkins Gold
18 Gold: East Cobb Bullets Schnute
Event Format: 6-Game Guarantee, format is TBD
Field Locations by Age Division :
18U Division: TBD
16U Division: TBD
14U Division: TBD
Age Cutoff Date: December 31, 2018
Triple Crown Sports does NOT allow college players to participate, even if they are age eligible. There will be a mandatory team check in on Sunday July 14. All players and coaches must be in attendance.
Championship brackets - 1st - 4th place team awards, 1st and 2nd will get individual awards.
Deadline for Entries: February 15, 2018
Teams will NOT be officially entered in the tournament until the following registration requirements are met:
Game Times Available: At least two weeks prior to tournament start date.
No refunds or transfers after February 15, 2018.
Transfer of entry fee is an option before February 1, 2018. Any team that pulls out of the tournament after February 15, 2018 will not get a refund or be able to transfer the entry fee.
2019 will be the eighth year of the TC/USA Nationals event. We are excited to announce that the event will be hosted in Alpharetta and Cumming, GA. The top championship games in the 18u and 16u divisions will broadcast live on ESPN3.
The TC/USA Nationals debuted in 2012 in grand style with 60 teams. New York City played host to the inaugural gathering of the nation's top fastpitch teams (based on the US Club Rankings). In 2013, 120 teams battled for the TCS National Championship in Reno/Tahoe. In 2014, the Georgia towns of Cumming, Alpharetta and Gainesville near Atlanta hosted the TC/USA Nationals and welcomed 186 teams. In 2015, 184 teams went to Reno/Tahoe for the TC/USA Championships. In 2016, the top teams went back to NYC to compete and in 2017 TC partnered with The City of Austin, "The Live Music Capital of the World" for another successful TC/USA National event. The 2018 event was held in Alpharetta and Cumming, GA with the top 144 teams in the country.