Collegiate is the second level tier of baseball where our goal is the build upon the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball.  

  • Age:  7-8 year olds (6 year olds may be eligible to play at this level after passing a safety evaulation)
  • Team:  Co-ed teams; 10-12 players each
  • Hitting:  Players will hit the ball off a coach-operated mechanical pitching machine
  • Equipment:  All players need a bat and glove
  • Uniform:  Players will receive a shirt, cap, and pullover.  Players will need to wear baseball pants and cleats; boys are required to wear a cup)
  • Field Size: Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 10 players (four outfielders)
  • Field Type:  Games are played on a turf or grass/dirt field
  • Practices:  Field practices are generally twice per week (with weekly batting cage time for up to 6 weeks)
  • Games:  There are 12 games (starting the middle of April) and all are played on weeknights and/or Saturdays; Scores are reported; Six innings
  • Post Season:  After the close of regular season games, each team will enter a double elimination tournament to close out the season. The seeding of the tournament is a blind draft. Games during the season do not affect tournament placement.
  • Ball Type:  Safety ball
  • Team Formation:  Teams are formed by Collegiate Coordinator based on Player Assesments results

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 2018 Supplemental Rules

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