2015 World Cup of Softball

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2015 World Cup of Softball X
Tournament details
Host country  United States
City Irvine, California
Dates June 29-July 5, 2015
Teams(from 3 continents)
Venues Bill Barber Park
Defending champions  United States (2014)
Final positions
Champions
Gold medal world centered.svg
 United States (8th title)
Runner-up
Silver medal world centered.svg
 Japan
Third place
Bronze medal world centered.svg
 Puerto Rico
Fourth place  Canada
Tournament statistics
Games played 32
Best batting average Suki Yamazaki ( Japan)
Best ERA Yasmin Torres ( Puerto Rico)
Ally Carda ( United States)
Karissa Hovinga ( Canada)
Most strikeouts (as pitcher) Kelly Barnhill ( United States Juniors)
2014
2016

The tenth World Cup of Softball was held between June 29-July 5, 2015 in Irvine, California. The competing national teams were the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, United States Junior Team, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.[1]

Standings[edit]

Rank Team Wins Losses GB
1  United States 7 1 -
2  Japan 5 3 2
3  Puerto Rico 5 3 2
4  Canada 5 3 2
5  United States Juniors 4 4 3
6  Mexico 3 5 4
7  Venezuela 3 5 4
8  Argentina 0 8 7

Schedule[edit]

all times PDT

Date Team 1 Score Team 2 Time
June 29, 2015  Argentina 0-2  Puerto Rico 9:00 am
 Venezuela 5-6  Puerto Rico 11:30 am
 Japan 10-0 (5)  Venezuela 2:00 pm
 Argentina 0-14 (4)  United States Juniors 4:30 pm
 Mexico 0-4  United States 7:00 pm
June 30, 2015  Canada 2-3  Japan 9:00 am
 Japan 10-3 (6)  Mexico 11:30 am
 Argentina 5-6 (8)  Venezuela 2:00 pm
 United States Juniors 1-4  Canada 4:30 pm
 Puerto Rico 1-14 (4)  United States 7:00 pm
July 1, 2015  Canada 9-4  Mexico 9:00 am
 Venezuela 3-9  Mexico 11:30 pm
 Canada 11-2 (5)  Puerto Rico 2:00 pm
 Argentina 0-10 (4)  United States 4:30 pm
 United States Juniors 2-3  United States 7:00 pm
July 2, 2015  Canada 2-3 (8)  Venezuela 11:30 am
 Argentina 2-3 (8)  Mexico 2:00 pm
 United States Juniors 1-2  Puerto Rico 4:30 pm
 Japan 1-4  United States 7:00 pm
July 3, 2015  Mexico 4-2  Puerto Rico 11:30 am
 Japan 7-0 (5)  Argentina 2:00 pm
 Venezuela 4-10  United States Juniors 4:30 pm
 Canada 4-1  United States 7:00 pm
July 4, 2015  Puerto Rico 3-2  Japan 9:00 am
 Mexico 3-10 (5)  United States Juniors 11:30 am
 Argentina 0-1  Canada 2:00 pm
 Venezuela 0-7 (5)  United States 4:30 pm
 United States Juniors 2-7  Japan 7:00 pm

July 5, 2015

7th 8th places

July 5, 2015  Venezuela 3-0  Argentina Bill Barber Park

6th 5th places

July 5, 2015  United States Juniors 6-5  Mexico Bill Barber Park

Bronze Medal Game

July 5, 2015  Canada 2-3  Puerto Rico Bill Barber Park

Gold Medal Game

July 5, 2015  United States 6-1  Japan Bill Barber Park

References[edit]

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