• Glenn Reeve

    Verne “Glenn” Reeve

    Glenn Reeve was born in Regina and raised in Grenfell. During his long career as a high school educator, he coached football, curling, track and field, and his favourite, softball. Glenn coached minor and adult softball teams in Saskatoon. His Read more →

  • Dave Pearce

    David “Dave” Pearce

    David Pearce, who was born in Montreal, began his association with the sport of softball in Regina when he was posted here with the R.C.M.P. and continued following his retirement from the force. Three groups in Regina that felt his Read more →

  • Larry Pavloff

    Larry Pavloff

    Larry Pavloff of Saskatoon was on thirteen Senior “A” provincial championship softball teams between 1974 and 1989. These Saskatoon teams include the Merchants, Crown Tire Merchants, All-O-Matics, Molsons, Rempel Brothers, and Safeways. His trips to national Senior “A” softball championships Read more →

  • Eugene McWillie

    Eugene McWillie

    Eugene McWillie began playing softball with the Saskatoon commercial leagues while still in high school and over the next 30 years would pitch at all levels of competition. During the 1980’s, Gene was considered to be one of the top Read more →

  • Keith McLean

    Keith McLean

    Keith McLean spent many years playing softball, but his biggest contributions to the sport may have come off the field. For more than 40 years he has been an instrumental part of softball in Saskatchewan. McLean spent many years on Read more →

  • Millie Warwick McAuley

    Mildred “Mille” (Warwick) McAuley

    Mildred McAuley, “Mille” was an all-around athlete as a youngster and competed in many sports. She took part successfully in track and field, softball, basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, and speed skating. Her softball skills at third base became her ticket to Read more →

  • Laura Malesh

    Laura Malesh

    Laura started her catching career with the Assiniboia Belles and the Regina Govins. In 1954, she played with the Regina Legion at the nationals and won All-American honours with a batting average of .368. Laura played in Vancouver (1956 through Read more →

  • Shirley (Shockey) Kowalski

    Although Shirley Kowalski was born in Saskatoon and raised in Vanscoy, most of her involvement in sports as a builder occurred in Regina. After establishing an outstanding record as a softball player at various levels, Shirley turned to the administrative Read more →

  • Nada Hlohovsky

    Nada Hlohovsky

    Like so many of the female softball players raised in Regina, Nada Hlohovsky began her playing career with the Regina Minor Girls Softball League.  Hlohovsky played ten years in this league and helped her teams garner three consecutive Regina City Read more →

  • Don Funk

    Donald “Don” Funk

    Don Funk’s love of the sport of softball began in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when as a player, Don suited up for a number of senior men’s fastball teams across Western Canada. In 1978 Don began his association Read more →

  • Muriel Coben

    Muriel Coben

    Raised on a farm at Tessier, Saskatchewan, Coben was born into a family of talented ball players. Coben started her career for the Tessier Millionaires in 1936 and had a successful season as they went undefeated. From 1938 to 1945, Read more →

  • Edmund Bitz

    For 29 years, Edmund Bitz was a softball official at all levels, including world championships. The native of Leipzig, Saskatchewan, began umpiring in 1963 and served as the North-West Zone Umpire in Chief from 1966 to 1970, the provincial Umpire-in-Chief Read more →

  • Mary “Bonnie” Baker

    Mary Baker was born in Regina, July 10th, 1919. She has been actively involved in sport in our province since the age of 13 when she started playing softball with the local minor league teams. In 1943 when P.K. Wrigley Read more →