Thursday, July 30, 2015
Randy Burnside

Randall Burnside Sr.
By: Amy Mullin ( daughter)

Randy’s softball career started at an early age as a bat boy, with his dad’s softball team. His dad has always taught him to enjoy and have fun with the game of softball. As Randy grew, his desire was to compete at the highest level. While in high school, Randy would play softball with his dad’s team in the summer months.

After high school, Randy played with the top local teams. In 1983, Coach Tom Wagner asked Randy to try out for Pay n Pak out of Seattle Washington. Randy credits Tom for molding his talents to compete at a world class level. Randy had always wanted to compete in world and national championships, never realizing the success that would follow.

Randy played in 12 ISC championships, winning six times. Finishing runner-up twice, and third place twice. His individual honors include: two first team All World Honors, two second team All World Honors; and in 1989, took top honor of Most Valuable Player.

“ I was blessed to be coached by the Very Best, Tom Wagner, Russ Boyce, Gale Kurtz and my Dad. I got to play with the Very Best, Bill Boyer, Jimmy Moore, Chad Corcoran, Marty Keraghan, Tim Wahl, Mark Sorensen, Paul Migan and so many others. To play with these guys was truly an honor and I am very thankful for the honor bestowed on me now.” Randy Burnside

Randy resides in Tumwater Washington with his wife, childhood sweetheart Susen of 27 years. Their children Amy, Randy Jr. and Todd live nearby.

Randy Burnside
229 V Street SW
Tumwater, WA 98501

High School
Kent Meridian High School 1975 & 1977
Auburn High School 1976

Fast Pitch Softball History

1978- Manke Lumber Tacoma, WA
1979- Ski Tavern Tacoma, WA
1980-1981- B& I Sports Tacoma, WA
1982- Woodinville Lumber Woodinville, WA
1983- Can-Am Team All- Star Team New Zealand
1983-1987- Pay-n-Pac Seattle, WA
1988-1991- Penn Corp Sioux City, IA
1992-1993- NHCD Sioux City, IA
1994-1995- Gateway 2000 Soos Sioux City, IA
1996- Decatur Pride Decatur, IL

Team Accomplishments:
1983 US Olympic Festival Gold Metal Champs
1985 ISC World Champs & ASA National Champs
1986 ISC World Champs & ASA National Champs & US Olympic Gold Metal
1987 ASA National Champs
1988 ISC World Champs
1990 ISC Runner Up & ASA National Champs & US Olympic Gold Metal
1991 ISC World Champs & ASA Runner Up & US Olympic Gold Metal
1992 ISC World Champs & ASA National Champs & US Olympic Gold Metal
1993 ISC Runner Up & ASA National Champ & ISF Bronze Metal
1994 ISC 3rd
1995 ISC 3rd

ISC Team Totals:
6 Champs
2 Runner Up
2 3rd Place

ASA Team Totals:
6 Champs
1 Runner Up

1 Bronze

Individual League:
1978-1996 Several Tournament All-Star & MVP Awards
1984-1987 Northwest League All-Star

Individual ISC Honors:
1986 1st Team All World
1989 1st Team All World & MVP & RBI Leader
1992 2nd Team All World
1995 2nd Team All World

ASA Individual Honors:
1983 3rd Team All American
1986 1st Team All American
1991 1st Team All American & Home Run Champion

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