News and Announcements
No announcements have been posted yet for West Allis NATIONALS Baseball.
The Board of Directors for the West Allis Nationals has concluded its discussions, debates, and balloting and has reached a consensus. The newest member of the Hall of Fame will be announced at Nationalsfest on May 5th. Don't you dare miss this event!
The West Allis Nationals have completed scheduling for the 2001 baseball season. In addition to 20 league games, the team will play 5 non-league games: May 18: Menasha Macs in Menasha, Wi May 19: Clintonville A's in Clintonville,Wi May 19: Clintonville A's in Clintonville,Wi June 4: Sheboygan A's in Sheboygan, Wi July 17: West Bend Benders in West Bend, Wi Directions to all games are available on this site and supporters are urged to attend.
Thanks to all who made the meeting: Justin Pollnow, Jimmy Dettmann, Brian Gibson, Tim Spata, Nick Kibler, Chris Marks, Andy Butorac, James Herkowski, Steve Elliott, Jake Koutnik. 1. Shawn Jacques has joined the team 2. Brad Sterling retires/Lance undecided. 3. Continue to pursue one more player 4. Additional game scheduled vs. Sheboygan 5. 4 of 5 non-conference games scheduled. 6. Regular season to begin Memorial Wknd 7. Road trip to Menasha,etc May 18-19 8. Golf free at Nationalsfest if you bring you bring others to golf at full price. 9. Bat restrictions this year: NCAA rules apply. 10. Contributions to this web site welcome.
Though a previously scheduled tour event precludes Mr. Trevino's entry into this year's golf outing, he encourages others to participate. "Of all the tour stops I've made over the years, Nationalsfest 2000 was the most...memorable." If you are interested in golfing at this year's event, please sign our message board or call 414-327-2398
Benefitting from a home course advantage and superior equipment, Lance Longhenry won the first annual indoor golf tournament on December 23, 2000. Brian Gibson and James Herkowski were close runners-up while Steve Elliott, Dave Glaser, Danny Lorum, Nick Kibler and Tim Spata were clearly challenged by the formidable conditions.