Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Wes Haymond


Wes Haymond – ISC Hall of Fame Biography


Wes Haymond has been involved in fastpitch softball since 1963 when he played first base for his Army team at Fort Lewis WA. He has coached in 57 major tournaments including the ISC World, ASA National, NAFA, 23 & Under Men's National, 18 & Under Boy's National, and the 18 & Under girls division of the Triple Crown Tournament. He coached in 3 USA Men's National Team Festivals.  He coached Page Brake Men's Major team for 12 years and then the Larry H Miller Toyota Major team for 8 years.  He is still coaching today at Hunter High School in Salt Lake City, UT.


Along with playing and coaching, Wes has always been involved with promoting fastpitch softball.  He was the tournament director for the 1975 Women's ASA National Tournament held in Salt Lake City, UT.  He was the President of the Valley Sports Association and he headed the Utah Softball Hall of Fame for several years.  He was instrumental in several areas in the successful running of the Pioneer Days Tournament for many years from putting the program together to working on the field.  Wes has worked at every level of the game for over 40 years with a true dedication and love for fastpitch softball.

As Wes says, ”I love this game! It has been my privilege to participate in many places in the United States and Canada.  I want to give a special thanks to all the people who work so hard to put these tournaments on.  Their hard work and dedication to the game of fastpitch softball is greatly appreciated.”


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