AWAA comes into the 2020 Tournament as the reigning champions. The team captured its first title, last year, in their third year competing. In those three seasons, the Blue Kamikazes own a 14-9-1 record, and have finished 1st (2019), 3rd (2018), and 9th (2017).
Circle City is set to play in their fifth NWLA Tournament this summer. The formerly Indy Southside has an all time record of 8-11-2 in the tournament and is coming off a 10th place finish in 2019, their best finish to date.
Griffleball has made appearances in the past two championship games, but has come up just short each year. They will look to get over the second place hump in their 9th NWLA Tournament this September. All time GBL sits at a 39-30-1 record, after winning six games in each of the past two tournaments.
HRL will make their 8th quest for an NWLA Tournament Cup this September. The team consistently finishes in the top half of the field and will look to take the extra leap to the Championship. Last year, HRL went 3-2-1, moving their all time record to 43-18-4.
KWL has competed in all 8 of the NWLA Tournaments and will return for year 9 this September. The team holds an all time record of 35-27-2. Their best finish is 5th place, which came three times (2013, '16, & '17). In 2019, KWL went 3-2 and finished in 9th place.
MAW is coming off one of the most successful runs by a rookie team at the NWLAT last summer. The team went 4-3 in 2019 and were knocked out in an extra inning battle in the losers bracket semifinal to earn a fourth place finish.
OCWA is one of the original eight leagues and has played in every NWLA Tournament. They have won the Cup two times ('12 & '16) and hold a 53-21-2 all time record. Most recently, the Purple and White finished in 6th place at last years tournament.
Ridley Park is set to play in their fourth NWLA Tournament in 2020. In the three tournaments leading up, they have compiled a 12-12-3 record in NWLAT play. The Longballs are coming off a third place finish last summer, their best ever.
The SWBL Cardinals are an original 8 team and have played in all eight of the NWLA Tournaments. The team owns a 48-22 record in their career and have finished just short of a Cup twice with a second place finish in 2016 and 17. SWBL finished in eighth at the 2019 event.
The WILL is ready for their fourth NWLA Tournament. The team won the 2018 Cup as the 14 seed and after a 13th place finish the year prior. In total the Waves hold a 14-9-1 record at the NWLAT. Last year they were unable to defend the title, ending the weekend in 5th place.
WSEM has won the most NWLA Tournaments with three Cups ('14, '15, '17). The squad holds a 45-17-5 record in NWLAT games and has been to all eight of them. This year they will look to rebound off a 14th place finish in 2019.
WWW competed in 2013, '14, '16, and '17 as the Huntington Wiffle League. In that time period they were 8-16 in tournament play. The league rebranded as WWW in 2018, as they now hail from Mason, WV. Since the change they have been 8-9 at the NWLAT, moving their all time record to 16-25.