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Chris Sebren

Chris Sebren

Chris Sebren (Edmond, Okla) serves as Director of Championships for ASA / USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the US. He provides supervision for Championship Play, ASA Hall of Fame Stadium operations, adult player rating system, and the USA Softball Men’s Slow Pitch program. Sebren joined the ASA / USA Softball staff in 2004 as the Assistant Director for Membership. Previously, he served as a Sports Coordinator for softball and flag football for the Tupelo Parks and Recreation Department in Tupelo, Miss. While directing the Championships Department efforts, he has the responsibility of working with the ASA / USA Softball Championship hosts for the over 100 National Championships that are conducted each year. Sebren is responsible for directing the Hall of Fame Stadium event staff who conducts 32 events each year in Oklahoma City. A graduate of Mississippi State University in Starkville, Miss, Sebren started his career with the Bulldog Athletics Department Game Operations where he assisted in the set up of game day facilities for football, basketball, baseball, and softball. Sebren earned his bachelor’s degree in Fitness Management in 1997.



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