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NSA Hall of Fame: Jeff Hague (2013)

CATEGORY: Meritorious


Jeff Hague’s support of the NSA began in 1992. Jeff’s commitment to the NSA goes beyond his sponsorship and playing in numerous NSA events.

In the early 1990’s Jeff was instrumental in Columbus, Ohio to bring the NSA Adult Program to Columbus where NSA did not have a presence.

Jeff began his career in softball at the class “D” level and worked with his team to rise to the classification of Major. In the mid 90’s Jeff’s team played Class A and AA finishing in the top three (3) for several years. In the 2000’s Jeff sponsored teams who played at the Major level and competed in 6 – 8 NSA events each year. In 2001 Jeff’s team played in 8 NSA events and finished 1st and 2nd in each of those 8. In 2001 Jeff’s team won 4 NSA NIT Majors and finished 2nd at the Major World Series. 2005 was the highlight year for Jeff as the team won 5 NSA NIT events and won the NSA Major World Series in Spartanburg, SC.

In the years that the NSA Major Program was conducting NIT events throughout the USA and Canada, Jeff was one of only a very few sponsors that contributed with the expenses of flying NSA umpires to locations in Seattle, Texas, Florida, SC, the Midwest and Canada.

Jeff’s success as a coach and sponsor is without question; one that ranks at the highest level with NSA.

On November 13, 2013 Jeff Hague was inducted into the NSA Sports Hall of Fame in the Meritorious Category.