42nd Annual Invitational Tournament
and NFCA Camp
Pennsbury Tournament Latest News
Check here for the latest up-to-date notices and information
2022 Pennsbury Tournament Shirts
Attending Team Game Schedules
Pennsbury 42nd Tournament Attending Teams
2021 Pennsbury Invitational Tournament Game Scores
At four of our 18U complexes, Sellersville, Pennsbury, Ewing and Newtown we offered four $500.00 scholarships. All players at these complexes had an opportunity to participate in this free raffle. Congratulations to the following players:
Final note from the Pennsbury Family,
On behalf of the Pennsbury Tournament family we would like to thank you for attending the 41st Annual Pennsbury Tournament, good luck in your summer season. We look forward to seeing you next year, June 16-18, 2022.
Les and Joe
Please forward this to your parents and players, the last push is on for sign ups. I received an email from the NFCA indicating that DI coaches have been cleared to attend the Pennsbury tournament, players and parents need to determine if there is interest with this notice.
We continue to register college coaches and post them to the attending college coaches webpage. If any player on your team is pursuing a specific college, have them check the 2022 Attending College Coaches webpage to see if that coach will be attending.
College coaches have been informed that player profiles have been posted and available on the Pennsbury website, the response from the coaches is “they love it”. Some of the attending teams have not responded by sending us links to their player rosters, profiles, please make an attempt to get us the links or information by May 1st. This is exciting and wonderful news about the coaches, spread the word.
Les and Joe.
This year we have added the player profiles to the tournament website so it will be easy for you to navigate the information. In mid-May we will post the schedules, then you will have the schedules, times, and player profiles.
We hope you are well and looking forward to seeing you on one of the fields.
Click College Coach Registration Form below to register for the Pennsbury Tournament.
Have a great day,
Les and Joe
Congratulations Les Venella
The NFCA (National Fastpitch Coaches Association) recently awarded the Pennsbury Inviational Tournament and Pennsbury Gems for providing a 40-year commitment to women-student athletes. Accepting the award Les Venella and Joe Parell, both Les and Joe have been managing the Pennsbury Invitational Tournament since 2001.
End Latest News
NFCA Coach and Player Information
We’re excited to bring the NFCA Northeast Academic and Pennsbury Classic Softball Camps to your area on June 14-15, 2022
- Defensive and offensive reps
- Position-specific defensive instruction
- Offensive instruction
- Opportunity to be seen by and receive feedback from college coaches
- Opportunity to have your profile information in the hands of collegiate coaches
- Digital copy of NFCA’s Top Recruit magazine
The difference between the Northeast Academic and Pennsbury Classic camps are the academic standards student-athletes must meet to be accepted into the camp. To determine if your athlete meets the academic requirements please visit NFCAevents.org the format is the same for both camps. Camp sessions are limited in number of participants. All camper graduation dates must fall within years. All instruction will utilize the entire field.
Prior to the Pennsbury Tournament, NFCA will be hosting both the Northeast Academic Camp and Pennsbury Classic Camp. Both these camps offer aspiring collegiate athletes showing their skills to a large number of college coaches. For additional information including NFCA registration, college recruitment information please visit NFCA Player Recruitment.
Tribute to Pennsbury Invitational Tournament
Here's to the Home Team
The Gems continue to be the elite softball team for Pennsbury Tournament Softball. Art Coleman originated the team in 1981 naming the 18-U team Pennsbury Panthers and gave the names Gems to the 15-U team. When the 15-U players moved up to the 18-U team, the girls wanted to carry on the Gems name thus dropping the Panthers and favoring Gems, it has been Gems since.