會員

會員



準會員

PAN AMERICAN SOFTBALL CONFEDERATION

PO Box 721086, Orlando, FL, United States, 32872

www.conpasa.org

壘球 世界排名

女子
積分
1 USA
4588
2017
4054.00
2016 +1
3762.00
2015
1500.00
3 CAN
3571
2017
3253.00
2016
3042.00
2015
1280.00
4 PUR
3320
2017 +2
2453.00
2016 +3
2196.00
2015
560.00
男子
積分
2 CAN
3388
2017
3074.00
2016 +2
2900.00
2015
1220.00
5 ARG
2697
2017 -1
3010.00
2016 -2
2925.00
2015
940.00
6 USA
2225
2017
2310.00
2016
2120.00
2015
720.00

管轄

TOMMY VELÁZQUEZ

會長

PUR

RONNIE PETENKO

秘書長

PUR

AMILCAR ESTRADA

副會長

GUA

ALFREDO PÉREZ

副會長

DOM

ENDY CROES

副會長

ARU

ROBERTO CASTRO

副會長

CRC

ENRIQUE ALCARAZ

副會長

ARG

KEVIN QUINN

副會長

CAN

MARIA SOTO

會員

VEN

CARLOS LóPEZ

其他

PUR

ANTONIO MORALES

其他

COL

DANILO VELASCO

其他

PAN

BURKET DORSETT

其他

BAH

歷史

PAN AMERICAN SOFTBALL CONFEDERATION

On July 3, 2014, the Pan American Softball Confederation (CONPASA) turned 35 years guiding the Softball of the Americas and remaining as one of the leading organizations in the world of our sport. CONPASA was founded on July 3, 1979 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, during the VIII Pan American Games, when Softball leaders from Argentina, Belize, Bermuda, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Panama and Venezuela, met with the purpose of establishing the Pan American Softball Confederation. Most of these countries were participating in Male and Female Softball competition, included for the first time in the continental Games of CONPASA in San Juan 1979. The first Board of CONPASA was elected as follows:
  • President: Ismael Villafañe (Puerto Rico);
  • Vice President: Hector Monasterio (Venezuela);
  • Secretary: Eulogio Cardona (Puerto Rico);
  • Treasurer: Eduardo Acosta (Mexico);
  • Vocal: Meliton Sanchez (Panama);
  • Vocal: Freddy Vallejo + (Dominican Republic);
  • Vocal: Joe Brown (Bermuda);
  • Vocal: Fernando Aren + (Argentina).
However, the first CONPASA Assembly was held in Paraná, Argentina, from 21 to 24 February 1980. In this Assembly the leaders also agreed to organize the 1st Men’s Pan American Softball Championship on September 1 to 10, 1981, in Maracay, Venezuela; and the 1st Women’s Pan American Softball Championship from February 27 to March 7, 1982, in Oregón, Mexico. According to its statutes CONPASA is the highest representative authority of Softball in the Americas. Furthermore, it is recognized by the World Baseball and Softball Confederation WBSC), the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), and is affiliated to the Association of Pan American Sports Confederations (ACODEPA).