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Established 1999

Southern Collegiate Baseball League is a wooden bat summer baseball league consisting of eight collegiate level teams. The league schedule is designed to accommodate college players who have already completed the spring baseball season with their college teams. The league maintains an 85-pitch count for pitchers, plays doubleheaders on weekends and two games during the week, which makes for a 42-game regular season schedule that includes an All-Star Game break. Top players are eligible for the league’s All-Star Game and the teams compete in a tournament at the end of the regular season to determine the League Champion.

Eligible players for the Southern Collegiate Baseball League teams are college baseball athletes from a four-year NCAA or NAIA accredited institution or any junior colleges and community colleges with baseball programs. League teams hire trained coaches and support staff to insure proper development for each baseball athlete. League by-laws require strict adherence to NCAA standards for summer baseball league and the Commissioner, League Officers, and team coaching staffs all are responsible for such compliance.

Established in 1999, Southern Collegiate Baseball League is considered a younger league, in comparison to other summer baseball leagues. Several of our teams have a long history and have previously been members of other college and amateur leagues. We are proud to help cultivate the baseball careers of college athletes, many of whom have achieved further success as players, coaches, and professionals in various levels of baseball and other sports.

Southern Collegiate Baseball League is comprised of eight collegiate-level baseball teams across the Carolinas and Eastern Tennessee. Teams are located in: Asheville, North Carolina; Clemson, South Carolina; Fort Mill, South Carolina; Huntersville, North Carolina; Morganton, North Carolina; Pineville, North Carolina; Spartanburg, South Carolina; and Statesville, North Carolina. Our Teams use local venues in their immediate areas as their home fields, including college, high school, and municipal stadiums, and minor league baseball fields.

For more information about Southern Collegiate Baseball League, please contact us:


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 Bill Capps, Commissioner 

Jeff Carter, President 

Tel: 704.635.7126 

Tel: 704.584.4100 - Ext - 101