Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association
 

TOGSA Past Champions



Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association has a long history of excellance in softball at the national level with 7 national championship teams.  In 1984, two TOGSA 14U teams played each other for the national championship. 

Below is a list of our TOGSA successes at the national championships.


Year Divison
Title
Description

 2015 12U National Champions TOGSA 12 & Under team wins Western District Championship, Runner-Up Southern California State Championship, and wins ASA Western National Championship.


 2014 10U 3rd Place TOGSA 10 & Under team Runner-Up in Western District Championship, Third Place Southern California State Championship, and Third Place ASA Western National Championship.


 2012 10U National Champions
TOGSA 10 & Under team wins Western District Championship, Western States Championship, and National Championship.


 2006 12U National Champions
TOGSA 12 & Under wins National Softball Association (NSA) Championship.


 2003 12U National Champions
TOGSA 12 & Under team wins Western District Championship, Western States Championship, and National Championship.


 2001 10U National Champions
TOGSA 10 & Under team wins Western District Championship, Western States Championship, and National Championship.


 1994 14U
Goes to Nationals
TOGSA 14 & Under participates to national championships.



 1989 14U National Champions
TOGSA 14 & Under team wins national championship. Team was the 12U National Runner-Up team from the year before.


 1988 12U National Runner-Up
TOGSA 12 & Under team places 2nd in national championship.



 1984 14U
National Champions &
National Runner-Up

Bob Cisco and John Drake were respective coaches on the two TOGSA 14 & Under teams that played each other in the finals of the 14U national championship.  John Drakes team won championship 2-1.


 1983  
14U
National Runner-Up    
TOGSA (then known as Conejo Valley Girls Softball Association) hosted the National Tournament. The Conejo Valley GSA 14 & Under team placed 2nd in the tournament.































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