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USSRA National Hardball Championships – Historical Data ( derived from
USSRA records )

Note: men’s hardball play continues, though the main championships
switched to softball in about 1990

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United States Hardball National Championship Winners

Men’s Hard ball Championship Women’s Hard ball Championship

Year
1907
1908
1909
1910
Winner
John A Miskey, Phila
John A. Miskey, Phila
William L Freeland, Phila
John A. Miskey, Phila
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
Francis S. White, Phila
Constantine Hutchins, Boston
Morton L. Newhall, Phila
Constantine Hutchins, Boston
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
*not played*
*not played*
Charles C. Peabody, Boston
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
Stanley W. Pearson, Phila
Gerald Robarts, London England
W. Palmer Dixon, Harvard U
W. Palmer Dixon, Harvard U
Myles Baker, Boston
Herbert N. Rawlins, Jr. NY
J. Lawrence Pool, NY
Herbert N. Rawlins, Jr. NY
J. Lawrence Pool, NY
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
Beekman H. Pool, Harvard U
Beekman H. Pool, NY
Neil J Sullivan, II, Phila
Donald Strachan, Phila
Germain G. Glidden, Harvard U
Germain G. Glidden, NY
Germain G. Glidden, NY
Donald Strachan, Phila
A. Willing Patterson, Phila
1941
1942
1943
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
Charles M.P. Brinton, Princeton U
Charles M.P. Brinton, Princeton U
-45 *war years*
Charles M.P. Brinton, Phila
Charles M.P. Brinton, Phila
Stanley W. Pearson Jr., Phila
H Hunter Lott Jr., Phila
Edward J Hahn, Detroit
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
Edward, J Hahn, Detroit
Pfc. Harry B. Conlon USAF Buffalo
Ernest Howard, Toronto
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr., Phila
Henri Salaun, Boston
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr., Phila
Henri Salaun, Boston
Henri Salaun, Boston
Benjamin H. Heckscher, Phila
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr., Phila
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
Henri Salaun, Boston
Samuel P. Howe, III Phila
Benjamin H. Heckscher, Phila
Ralph E. Howe, NY
Stephen T. Vehslage, NY
Victor Niederhoffer, Chicago
Samuel P. Howe III, Phila
Colin Adair, Montreal
Anil Nayar, Harvard U
Anil Nayar, Boston
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
Colin Adair, Montreal
Victor Niederhoffer, NY
Victor Niederhoffer, NY
Victor Niederhoffer, NY
Victor Niederhoffer, NY
Peter Briggs, NY
Thomas E. Page, Phila
Michael Desaulniers, Montreal
Mario Sanchez, Mexico
Michael Desaulniers, Montreal
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
Mark Alger, Tacoma WA
John Nimick, Phila
Kenton Jernigan, Newport
Kenton Jernigan, Newport
Kenton Jernigan, Newport
Hugh LaBossier, Seattle
Frank J Stanley IV, Princeton U
Scott Dulmage, Toronto
Rodolfo Rodriquez, Mexico
Hector Barragan, Mexico
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
Hector Barragan, Mexico
Hector Barragan, Mexico
Hector Barragan, Mexico
Hector Barragan, Mexico
W. Keen Butcher, Phila
W. Keen Butcher, Phila
Rob Hill, Denver
Rob Hill, Denver
Rob Hill, Denver

(first held in 1928)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Winner
 
Eleanora Sears, Boston
Magaret Howe, Boston
Hazel Wightman, Boston
Ruth Banks, Phila
Margaret Howe, Boston
Susan Noel, England
Margaret Howe, Boston
Margot Lumb, England
Anne Page, Phila.
Anne Page, Phila.
Cecile Bowes, Phila
Anne Page, Phila.
Cecile Bowes, Phila.
Cecile Bowes, Phila
*not played*
*not played*
*not played*
Anne (Page) Homer, Phila
Cecile Bowes, Phila
Janet R. M. Morgan, England
Betty Howe, New Haven
Jane Austin, Phila
Margaret Howe, Boston
Margaret Howe, Boston
Lois Dilks, Phila
Janet R.M. Morgan, England
Betty (Howe) Constable, Princeton
Betty Constable, Princeton
Betty Constable, Princeton
Betty Constable, Princeton
Margaret Varner, Wilmington
Margaret Varner, Wilmington
Margaret Varner, Wilmington
Margaret Varner, Wilmington
Ann Wetzel, Phila
Joyce Davenport, Phila
Betty Meade, Phila
Betty Meade, Phila
Betty Meade, Phila
Joyce Davenport, Phila
Nina Moyer, Princeton
Carol Thesieres, Phila
Nina Moyer, Princeton
Gretchen Spruance, Wilmington
Gretchen Spruance, Wilmington
Ginny Akabane, Rochester
Gretchen Spruance, Wilmington
Gretchen Spruance, Wilmington
Gretchen Spruance, Wilminton
Heather McKay, Toronto
Barbara Maltby, Phila
Barbara Maltby, Phila
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Alicia McConnell, Brooklyn
Demer Holleran, Hanover NH
Demer Holleran, Hanover NH
Demer Holleran, Hanover NH
Demer Holleran, Hanover NH
Demer Holleran, Wynnewood PA
Demer Holleran, Wynnewood PA
 
 
 
 
 

[See also: USSRA National Softball Championships, 1983
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