Originally incorporated in 1955, the Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) is a private not-for-profit agency and one of the oldest sports commissions in the country.
PSA's annual events include the Pensacola Double Bridge Run, Annual Awards Banquet, High School All-Star Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball and Baseball games, Senior Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet, Racquet Roundup tennis clinics, Bud Light Charity Challenge Tennis Tournament and Pensacola Marathon.
Ready for some Action on the Water?
Pro Watercross Tour coming to Pensacola Beach
May 9 - 11, Pensacola Beach will be host to the first event on the 2014 Pro Watercross Tour:
What is Watercross?
Watercross is an exciting, fan friendly type of boat racing; Closed course Personal Watercraft (PWC) racing and freestyle competition combine big-air jumps and stunts with exciting race action with world class athletes.
Add the sparkling Pensacola Beach location with fans cheering them on and you have a spectacular fun, family adventure!
New Date for ARC Golf Tournament
April 24 at Scenic Hills
The Arc Gateway Foundation and the Pensacola Sports Association have teamed up to create a day of great golf that benefits two terrific organizations!
This top-notch tournament begins with a shotgun start THURSDAY afternoon, April 24 at Scenic Hills Golf Club, featuring a unique food and drink tour around the course, great door prizes, ditty bags full of goodies and cash awards!
The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) hosted the COX PSA Annual Awards Banquet on Thursday, April 10.
Some top awards went to Justin Gatlin (Professional Athlete of the Year), and John Hurd (Amateur Athlete of the Year); while four new members were inducted to PSA's Hall of Fame (Joe Durant, Robert Freeman, Dennis Lewallyn, and Horace Jones.)
Richard LaBounty, Athletic Director and Head Baseball Coach at Catholic High School was named Sportsman of the Year.