Brian Wegman was named the Chief Operating Officer of USSSA in 2020. Wegman played an integral role within USSSA, beginning in 2018, with the transition from Kissimmee to Viera and the decisions that weighed heavily on USSSA through the unprecedented times brought forth by COVID-19 in 2020, and the nation-wide shut down that followed. Prior to his COO tenure, Wegman served USSSA in several capacities beginning in 2013. His previous roles included the former Vice President of Slow pitch, a consultant for the National Office and former CEO, Don DeDonatis II, as well as a Men’s Major Slow Pitch player in USSSA’s most elite division of adult slow pitch for the last 20 years. Wegman also co-owns a four-field sports complex, Mid America Ballyard, in Cincinnati, OH.
Wegman competed at the highest level of adult Slow Pitch Softball, following a collegiate baseball career where he played at the University of Evansville, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. His passion for business led him to work for and eventually own a payroll company, which ultimately fed his entrepreneurial interests and competitive nature.
Wegman resides in Cincinnati, Ohio and has two daughters, Briar (6) and Blake (2).