2020 Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

January 27, 2020

Congratulations to the class of 2020 on your induction to the Softball New Brunswick Hall of Fame! Each of you are most deserving of this honor.

Tim Daley (Player)

The first Slo Pitch Player to be inducted to the Hall of Fame!
– 26 Total Canadian Championship Appearances (2 SILVER, 1 BRONZE)
– 7 All Canadian Shortstop Awards
– 3 Canadian Championship MVP’s
– 2 Top Defensive Awards
– 1 Top Player Award
– 1 Homerun Derby Award

– 1987 World Championship Silver Medalists (Oklahoma, USA)

2011- Member of Team Canada at the Border Battles in Oklahoma, USA

1990 – Played 6 months in California and won an MVP at USSSA tournament.

Also played at the World Senior Games in St. George Utah (55 over division) winning a Silver Medal in 2019

Continue to play recreation-ally / competitively at Canadian Championships

Ricky LeBlanc (Player)

-16 Canadian Championship Appearances (1992-2012) – Winning 5 medals (2 Bronze, 1 Silver, 2 Gold)
-Canadian Midget Boys Fastpitch Championship Tournament Most Valuable Player – 1994
-Canadian Senior Men’s Fastpitch Championship ‘All-Star’ Shortstop 1995
-Canadian Senior Men’s Fastpitch Championship ‘All-Star’ Shortstop 2001 + Skills Relay Champ
-Canadian Senior Men’s Fastpitch Championship ‘Most Valuable Player’ of qualifying round – 2012
– Attended several Softball Canada Senior Men’s National Team Selection Camps – 1999-2002
1 Bronze and 2 Gold medals at the Eastern Canadian Championships medals between 1984-1991
-1 Silver and 7 Gold New Brunswick Provincial Championship medals between 1989-1996
-Softball New Brunswick Male Athlete of the Year – 2012
-Member of Softball New Brunswick Team of the Year – 2012

Robert Bell (Player)

Maritime Juvenile Titles:
-1974 – Oromocto Legionaires
-1975- Oromocto Legionaires
-1975 ‘All Star’ Third Baseman at the Junior Men’s Nationals, hosted in Miramichi
-1977- Oromocto Legionaires

– Appearance at 9 Senior Men’s Canadian Championships between 1978-1990, placing 5th in 1982, and 4th in 1990

– Appearance at 1994 ISC Championship in Summerside, PEI with the Fredericton Alpines

Played on 3 different teams through the 80’s and 90’s in the Fredericton and District League – Winning a Provincial Title in 1991

Attended several Quebec and Maritime tournament at the Senior level – being named to several ‘All Star’ teams, and winning various Top Hitter Awards

Craig Carr (Umpire)

Umpire Certification History:
Level 1 – 1996
Level 2 – 1998
Level 3 – 2000
Level 4 – 2003
Level 5 – 2007 : On his first attempt

7 Canadian Championships Umpired:
2000 – Peewee Girls Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2001 – Midget Boys Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2003 – Midget Boys Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2004 – Senior Women’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2005 – Junior Men’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2006 – Senior Women’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship
2007 – Senior Men’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship

6 Time Canadian Championship Supervisor:
2008 – Deputy Umpire In Chief, Peewee Girls Canadian Champ
2009 – Umpire in Chief, Peewee Girls Canadian Champ
2010 – Umpire in Chief, Peewee Girls Canadian Champ
2013 – Umpire in Chief, U14 Girls Fastpitch Canadian Champ
2015 – Deputy Umpire in Chief, U16 Boys Fastpitch Canadian Champ
2016 – Umpire in Chief, U21 Women’s Fastpitch Canadian Champ

Provincial Contribution:
2003-2006 – Zone 3 Regional Umpire in Chief
Has umpired and acted as Umpire in Chief at every level of Provincial Championships.
Mentor of many up and coming umpires at all levels

Claudine Sweeney (Player)

– 1990 International Invitational Tournament – GOLD MEDAL + tournament ‘All Star’
– 1991 Played at U21 World Championships in Australia
– Appearance at 5 Canadian Championships (1 GOLD, 1 SILVER Medal)
– Eastern Canadian Championship Bronze Medalist (1985)
– 11 Provincial Championship Medals between 1985-1998 (9 GOLD, 2 SILVER) – 1 with BC White Rock Renegades
– Team New Brunswick Canada Games 1989
Softball New Brunswick Hall of Fame Indutee:
2001 – Memramcook Notre Dame Athletics (Team)
2010 – Saint John Lady Alpines (Team)
Memramcook Sports Wall of Fame Inductee


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