Senior League World Series (West Region)

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West Region
Most recent season or competition:
2019 Senior League World Series
SportBaseball
Founded1962
No. of teams12
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii
Most titlesCalifornia Southern California (21)

The Senior League World Series West Region is one of six United States regions that currently sends teams to the World Series in Easley, South Carolina. The region's participation in the SLWS dates back to 1962.

West Region States[edit]

Region Champions[edit]

As of the 2019 Senior League World Series.

Year City SLWS Record
1962 California La Habra, Southern California Runner–Up 1–1
1963 California Downey, Southern California 1–1
1964 Arizona Superior, Arizona Third Place 0–1
1965 California San Jose, Northern California Not in Top 4 0–1
1966 California La Habra, Southern California Runner–Up 1–1
1967 California North Hollywood, Southern California Fourth Place 2–2
1968 California Sacramento, Northern California Third Place 2–2
1969 California Sacramento, Northern California Champions 4–0
1970 California Santa Ana, Southern California Not in Top 4 1–2
1971 California La Habra, Southern California Champions 4–0
1972 California Oxnard, Southern California Runner–Up 5–2
1973 California San Jose, Northern California Not in Top 4 1–2
1974 California Lennox, Southern California Third Place 2–2
1975 California Fresno, Northern California Fourth Place 2–2
1976 Hawaii Aiea, Hawaii Runner–Up 3–2
1977 California San Jose, Northern California Not in Top 4 1–2
1978 Hawaii Kaneohe, Hawaii 1–2
1979 California Northridge, Southern California 1–2
1980 Hawaii Kaneohe, Hawaii Runner–Up 4–2
1981 California Danville, Northern California 3–2
1982 California Santa Barbara, Southern California Champions 4–0
1983 California San Ramon, Northern California Fourth Place 2–2
1984 California Walnut Creek, Northern California Third Place 2–2
1985 California Mission Hills, Southern California Fourth Place 2–2
1986 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada Not in Top 4 1–2
1987 Hawaii Moloka'i, Hawaii Third Place 3–2
1988 California Hacienda Heights, Southern California Not in Top 4 1–2
1989 California Union City, Northern California 1–2
1990 California Danville, Northern California Runner–Up 4–2
1991 Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii 3–2
1992 California Torrance, Southern California Third Place 4–2
1993 Nevada Henderson, Nevada 4–2
1994 Nevada Henderson, Nevada Fourth Place 4–3
1995 California Stockton, Northern California Third Place 4–2
1996 California Thousand Oaks, Southern California Runner–Up 4–2
1997 California Yucaipa, Southern California 5–2
1998 California Diamond Bar, Southern California Champions 4–0
1999 California Westminster, Southern California Not in Top 4 3–2
2000 California Union City, Northern California 3–3
2001 California Sunnyvale, Northern California Third Place 4–2
2002 California San Pedro, Southern California Semifinals 3–2
2003 Hawaii Hilo, Hawaii Champions 5–1
2004 California El Rio, Southern California Runner–Up 4–2
2005 Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii 5–1
2006 Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii 5–1
2007 Hawaii Hilo, Hawaii Semifinals 4–1
2008 Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii Not in Top 4 2–2
2009 California Fremont, Northern California Runner–Up 5–1
2010 California Manhattan Beach, Southern California Semifinals 4–1
2011 Hawaii Hilo, Hawaii Champions 6–0
2012 California Lemon Grove, Southern California Runner–Up 5–1
2013 Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii Semifinals 4–1
2014 Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii Not in Top 4 2–2
2015 Arizona Nogales, Arizona 1–2
2016 Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii 1–2
2017 Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii US Final 2–2
2018 Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii Not in Top 4 1–2
2019 Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii Champions 5–0
Year City SLWS Record

Results by State[edit]

As of the 2019 Senior League World Series.

State Region
Championships
SLWS
Championships
California Southern California 21 3
Hawaii Hawaii 17
California Northern California 15 1
Nevada Nevada 3 0
Arizona Arizona 2

See also[edit]

West Region in other Little League divisions

References[edit]