Like us, Love us & Follow Us

Breaking News Brought to you by:
Boombah - 2016 Season
Championship Series tickets on sale now..................................Championship Series tickets on sale now.............................Championship Series tickets on sale now................................

Newsroom

Search Archive »

NPF Releases 2013 Regular Season Schedule

Nashville, TN - The National Pro Fastpitch League Office released the 2013 regular season schedule today. The four affiliate teams of the Akron Racers, Chicago Bandits, NY/NJ Comets, and USSSA Pride will battle each other through 96 total regular season. Each team will play every other team a total of 16 games - 2 Home series’ and 2 Away series’.  Akron and USSSA will both host a total of 7 home series’, Chicago will host 6, and NY/NJ will host 4. 

The regular season will open on June 5 when Akron travels to Chicago for a 4 game series. A day later, all four teams will be in action as the series of NY/NJ Comets at USSSA kicks off. This will be inaugural action for the NY/NJ Comets as they enter into their first year of competition in the NPF.

A season ago, the USSSA Pride dominated regular season action with a 31-12 record to take home the Ringor Cup regular season title. The Chicago Bandits finished second overall in 2012 at 25-19, and the Carolina Diamonds brought home a third place overall finish at 17-26. Akron will be looking to recover from a 14-30 record and fourth place finish of a year ago.

The NPF celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2013 as the four affiliate teams will square off in more than 13 different venues. The 2013 action will culminate with the NPF Championship Series to be held in August at the Ballpark at Rosemont in Rosemont, IL. Details regarding the 2013 Championship will be forthcoming in the near future. 

NPF 2013 Regular Season Schedule

June 5        Akron @ Chicago
June 6        Akron @ Chicago
June 6        NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 7        Akron @ Chicago
June 7         NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 8        Akron @ Chicago
June 8        NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 9        NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 13        Akron @ USSSA
June 13        Chicago @ NY/NJ
June 14         Akron @ USSSA
June 14        Chicago @ NY/NJ
June 15        Akron @ USSSA (DH)
June 15        Chicago @ NY/NJ
June 16        Chicago @ NY/NJ
June 19        Akron @ NY/NJ
June 20        Akron @ NY/NJ
June 20        USSSA @ Chicago
June 21        Akron @ NY/NJ
June 21        USSSA @ Chicago
June 22        Akron @ NY/NJ
June 22        USSSA @ Chicago
June 23        USSSA @ Chicago
June 27        Chicago @ Akron
June 27        NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 28        Chicago @ Akron
June 28         NY/NJ @ USSSA
June 29        Chicago @ Akron
June 29        NY/NJ @ USSSA (DH)
June 30        Chicago @ Akron

July 3        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 4        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 4        USSSA @ Akron
July 5        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 5         USSSA @ Akron
July 6         NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 6         USSSA @ Akron
July 7        USSSA @ Akron
July 10        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 11        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 11        Chicago @ USSSA
July 12        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 12        Chicago @ USSSA
July 13        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 13        Chicago @ USSSA (DH)
July 14        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 18        Akron @ Chicago
July 19        Akron @ Chicago
July 19        USSSA @ NY/NJ
July 20        Akron @ Chicago
July 20        USSSA @ NY/NJ (DH)
July 21        Akron @ Chicago
July 21        USSSA @ NY/NJ
July 24        Akron @ USSSA
July 24        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 25        Akron @ USSSA (DH)
July 25        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 26        Akron @ USSSA
July 26        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 27        NY/NJ @ Chicago
July 29        Chicago @ USSSA
July 29        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 30        Chicago @ USSSA (DH)   
July 30        NY/NJ @ Akron
July 31        Chicago @ USSSA
July 31        NY/NJ @ Akron

August 1    Chicago @ NY/NJ
August 2    Chicago @ NY/NJ (DH)
August 2    USSSA @ Akron
August 3    Chicago @ NY/NJ
August 3    USSSA @ Akron
August 4    USSSA @ Akron
August 5    USSSA @ Akron
August 8    Chicago @ Akron
August 8     NY/NJ @ USSSA
August 9    Chicago @ Akron
August 9     NY/NJ @ USSSA
August 10    Chicago @ Akron
August 10    NY/NJ @ USSSA (DH)
August 11    Chicago @ Akron
August 14    USSSA @ Chicago
August 15    USSSA @ Chicago
August 15    NY/NJ @ Akron
August 16    USSSA @ Chicago
August 16    NY/NJ @ Akron
August 17    USSSA @ Chicago
August 17    NY/NJ @ Akron
August 18    NY/NJ @ Akron


About National Pro Fastpitch

National Pro Fastpitch is headquartered in Nashville, Tenn. The league, created to give elite female fastpitch players the opportunity to pursue a professional career in their chosen sport, has operated since 1997 under the names of Women’s Pro Fastpitch (WPF) and Women’s Pro Softball League (WPSL). NPF is the Official Development Partner of Major League Baseball in the category of women’s fastpitch softball since 2002.