Men's Softball

Men's 2013 softball was held on September 21st at Schutte Park, Dover, DE.

View the 2013 Men's Softball results

Delaware Patriots Red Team

Delaware Senior Olympics Menís Softball (60-64)

Silver Medal

The Delaware Patriots Red team participated in the Men's softball (60-64) competition on Saturday, September 22 at Schutte Park in Dover.

Delaware Patriots Men's Softball Team

L-R (front) Ron Love, Steve Gordon, Chet Scott, Dickie Morris, Ray Mancini (back) Chuck Berkheiser, Bob Boyles, Steve Arnold, James Terry, Randy Hultman, Bruce Esdale, John Bradshaw, Leroy Hurley

Delaware Gold Softball Team: Silver Medallists

Delaware Gold Softball Team

After losing our 1st game in the play-off round, we sent FL home and on the final day had to play three back to back games to win the Gold. After scoring 47 runs in the first two back to back games and sending two KS teams home, we had to play the awaiting DE Stars for the Gold medal. With the temp suring to 105 deg., the Stars came out hotter than the temp and left us with the Silver. We were all honored to have represented Delaware so well."

Gene Miriolli

Coordinator Information

Gene Mirolli Ė Men's Softball Coordinator

Gene has been a Delaware Senior Olympian for over 13 years. Gene has been a past coordinator of both Basketball and Softball and a National Senior Games participant preparing for his 6th tournament in 2011.

CONTACT INFO: Phone: 302-229-7633, Email: GJM829@aol.com

Training Opportunities:

Steve Arnold

Steve Arnold

Kent County

CONTACT INFO: (302-751-1010) or rodnee13@live.com.


Bob Grier

Bob Grier

New Castle County

CONTACT INFO: Phone is 302-737-4823 Cell: 302-563-1657, Email: griersigns@aol.com


Currently:

Monday and Wednesday nights

November to March - Inside play

Wednesday and Friday mornings

nationals gold 65s 2009

2009 NSGA Gold for Local 65 Softball Team

The Delaware Stars 65s Men's Softball Team won gold in the National Senior Games (NSGA) in Sunnyvale CA. this summer.

The championship games were against a fellow east coast team, the Central New Jersey 65's.

14 players participated in the Nationals, Bill Hankins, Frank Taveno, Jerry Keller, Jim McCay, Bucky Speaks, Bob Grier, Calvin Freedman, Ron Rutter, Leon Taylor, George Johnson, Chick Leeper, Bob Thomas, Bill Rylee and manager, Frankie Truitt.