We would like to announce the following players as our 2016 inductees into the Police Softball Hall of Fame. These player/managers have all gave so much to our sport and this award puts an exclamation point on an amazing career.We would like to thank the very difficult work by our HOF Committees and their chairmen Anthony Costanzo and Dennis Leonard. Without the hard work by these people, this program would suffer greatly.We would like to invite all Hall of Fame Members to come out to the field on thursday night at the World Series and welcome these new members into your very exclusive club. Congratulations gentlemen!
Ron Peeler – BattleBorn, A decorated military and police player who has been instrumental in Vegas Police Softball for many years.
Michael Nevis – West Coast United, A staple of NorCal softball for over 25 years. A powerful lefty with great speed. Above all, a great role model for our sport and profession.
Todd Long – Texas Police Softball, Iconic legend in Texas Police Softball who has been part of our sport for nearly 30 years.
Kenny Collard LAPD Blue, A legend from the iconic LAPD Blue team who hit for power and a high average.
Terry Ables – Buckeye Lawmen, long time player from the Ohio area, Tournament Assistant Director National Police Softball Tournament, 2015 World Series Gold Division Champion.
Mike Bracci – Miami Metro Red/3N2 Lawmen, long time player/manager for many great teams, 2015 World Series Major Division Champion.
Mike Ogliaruso – 3N2 Lawmen, over 15 years of great defense and hitting, 2015 World Series Major Division Champion.
Scott Waxweiler – Great Lakes Lawmen, Police Softball player of the year and World Series Major Division Champion
Gene Suker – Minnesota Lawmen, long time player with many championships and a feared hitter known for his power.
Joe Kuster – Missouri Lawmen, long time player from the Missouri area, known for his defense and power hitting.
NOTE: We have had some technical difficulties with the HOF section of our website and it is missing some members and various photos. We promise fixing this will be our main goal in our offseason.