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2019 Pan American and European Maccabi Games – Men’s Fastpitch Softball

Saturday, September 1st, 2018

By Dakota “Koty” Marine
Communications Director Maccabi USA
P. 215.561.6900 x4156
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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Are you interested in becoming a member of the United States Team that will compete at the 14th Pan American Maccabi Fast-Pitch Softball Games in Mexico City, Mexico, July 5-15, 2019, and the European Maccabi Games, July 29-August 7, 2019? Here’s the information!

Fastpitch Softball Contact
Open Men’s Softball Head Coach: Paul Rubin, azjazzcat@gmail.com

**Open (18-35) male only**
**Masters (35+) male only**

Application Information

If you do not fit the age categories, we would still like to connect with you! Please fill out this form so we can notify you if there are any changes for eligibility or for any future competitions that you can participate with us!

Visit Maccabi USA website
1511 Walnut Street, Suite 401
Philadelphia, PA 19102

maccabi@maccabiusa.com

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F: 215.561.5470

Stepping back in time with ISC Hall of Fame pitcher Alan Colglazier

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Colglazier97ISC WT Alan Colglazier pitching for the Colorado Ravens of Englewood in the 1997 ISC World Tournament in Victoria, BC, Canada. Photo By BOB OTTO

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The storyline goes something like this. A younger brother tags along to watch his older brothers play fastpitch. The team happens to be short a player one night.

“Hey, you want to play?” the younger brother is asked.

Alan Colglazier thought they’d never ask.

And as the saying goes, the rest is all history. And what a history it has been for the 62 year old, right-handed pitcher from Colorado.

“I had two older brothers, Sid a catcher, and Norm a first basemen,” said Colglazier. “I was always going along to watch them play. One day they were short a player and I filled in for them. I played in a junior league during the summers starting around age 14; just neighborhood kids putting a team together.”

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