GSWS 2018 Winners

Congratulations to all of NAGAAA’s 2018 Gay Softball World Series trophy winners. 2018 GSWS FINAL STANDINGS A Division Co-3rd — PS Rounders, SF Fury Unleashed 2nd — PHX Arizona Toros Champs — ORL Unicorns B Division 4th – AUS Fusion 3rd – FLT Noize Co-Champs — KNOX Cyclones, ORL Voltage C Division 4th – DC…

2018 GSWS Hotel Block Opens July 5th

The NAGAAA 2018 Gay Softball World Series Host Hotel Room Blocks opens TODAY (Thursday, July 5th) at Noon EST! Three Hotels To Choose From: • Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina • Embassy Suites by Hilton • The Barrymore Hotel BOOK YOUR ROOM TODAY at www.tampagsws.com/host-hotels-1.html   Also book your rental car with Advantage Rent A…

2017 – 40 Years of NAGAAA

It’s NAGAAA’s 40th Anniversary. Look for the 40 vignettes about our history, daily.  The LGBTQ community made several leaps in equality on the global stage as countries like Germany and India developed protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity.  The visibility of the transgendered community continues to rise as transgendered persons are featured on the…

2016 – 40 Years of NAGAAA

It’s NAGAAA’s 40th Anniversary. Look for the 40 vignettes about our history, daily.  The Gay Softball World Series took a turn back to Texas, but this time to the state capitol, Austin. A week full of weather challenges resulted in an abbreviated tournament with champions still being crowned. The New York Cranky Yankees took home the…

2015 – 40 Years of NAGAAA

It’s NAGAAA’s 40th Anniversary. Look for the 40 vignettes about our history, daily.  Following years of discrimination and legal battles the LGBT community reached a major milestone. On June 26, 2015, the United States Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage throughout the United States. An announcement later in the year affirmed that transgendered persons would be…

2014 – 40 Years of NAGAAA

It’s NAGAAA’s 40th Anniversary. Look for the 40 vignettes about our history, daily.  The “Big D” took on Gay Softball World Series hosting duties for the third time. Dallas, Texas hosted the GSWS previously in 2004 and 1988. Palm Springs recorded its first ever title as the Palm Springs Rounders 2.0 were crowned champions of the…

2013 – 40 Years of NAGAAA

It’s NAGAAA’s 40th Anniversary. Look for the 40 vignettes about our history, daily.  The United States Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional as a ground swell of support for legalizing same sex marriage was felt. The number of states legalizing same sex marriage grew to 16. Jason Collins, an NBA veteran…