ABOUT THE AWARDS
The Frank Feaver Memorial Award
2017 Winner: Gary Waugh, Woodstock
The Feaver Memorial Trophy was introduced in 1972 and is awarded annually in memory of Frank Feaver who was the Secretary of the Ontario Amateur Softball Association from 1943 to 1956. Frank’s dedication, service and devotion played a major role in the expansion and development of the game of softball.
The award is presented to a player, official or officer of any league or association who, in the opinion of the Feaver Award Committee, has made an outstanding contribution to the game of softball.
The names of the individuals nominated are kept on file for four years. Nominations, with a supporting resume, must annually be received by the chair by September 15th. Email to email@example.com
No winner in 2017
Instituted in 2003, this prestigious award is presented at the Annual General Meeting to a person who has made significant contributions to the OASA.
Softball Association/League Merit
2017 winner: Innerkip Minor Softball
This award is presented to an Association that has demonstrated support of OASA goals and operations, achieved success as an organization, and fostered fastball within their community. Nominations and resume to be in the OASA Secretary’s office by August 15 of the current year.
Gil Read Coaches Honour Roll
2017 winner: Scott Tuttle
This award is presented to an outstanding coach in memory of Gil Read, a well-respected coach, instructor and leader who made innumerable contributions to the game of softball in his community, province and country. Nominations and resume to be in the OASA Secretary’s office by August 15 of the current year.
2017 winners: Riley Manion and Justin Wagler
The scholarship program rewards the scholastic and academic excellence of OASA players at the U19 and U23 level enrolled in either a community college or university. The deadline for applications is September 15th of the current year. To apply please click here.
2017 Life Membership granted to Gene Rouselle
This recognition is presented at the Annual General Meeting to a person who has made significant lifetime contributions to the OASA. The total of Life Members at any one time must not exceed twelve living members. Nominations are to be submitted to the OASA President by August 1 of the current year.