National Senior Softball Hall of Fame

The National Senior Softball Hall of Fame was founded in 1995 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and is now Headquartered in Mustang, Oklahoma. Its' purpose is to recognize players, managers, umpires, directors, and sponsors, who have achieved the highest honors in Senior Softball.

Pat Blackmon*
Brenda "Batch" Batchelor
Pat "Stevie" Stephenson
Carmen Campbell

Washington Metropolitan Slow Pitch Hall of Fame

The Washington Metropolitan Slow Pitch Softball (WMSPS)  Hall of Fame  was created to recognize players from the DC/MD/VA area that have excelled in the game of softball rising to the top of their sport with love and passion for the game.  The inception of the WMSPS Hall of Fame took place during a meeting at the American Legion in Bethesda, Maryland on July 24, 1978.  Through the efforts of many dedicated people, the Hall of Fame has developed in the the honorable organization that it is today

1982 - Linda Gleason - Player
1986 - Louvenia "Roc" Johnson - Player
1991 - Gloria Brattain - Player
1993 - Annie Sneden - Player
1994 - Pat Blackmon - Player*
1997 - Helen Boyd - Administrator
1998 - Golden Girls - Teams
1999 - Katie Johnson - Master Player
1999 - Helen Goetzke - Manager
2001 - George Hersey - Manager

2004 - Lucy Sale - Master Player
2008 - Toni Letaw - Master Player
2012 - Beth Hersey - Manager
2013 - Marilyn Mallery - Manager
2014 - Lori Grimm - Player
2015 - Linda "Baz" Baziluik - Promoter

2016 - Katy Page - Senior Player

* denotes deceased

St. Mary's County Womens Softball  Hall of Fame

 1999 - Margaret Ann Harding - Player 

Washington Metrpolitan Fast Pitch Hall of Fame

1999 - Judy Burt - Player

2009 - Pat Calder - Player

2015 - Diane Gardner - Player

Anne Arundel County

Hall of Fame

Janet Hull*   Multi-Sport