The Saint Joseph’s University Club Baseball program was formed to give an opportunity for male students who possess the skills necessary to play competitive baseball during the fall and spring seasons. The team is engineered to be a developmental group to enhance and hone all players’ skills. To achieve our above goals of player development and success in competitive games, we will hold weekly practices throughout the school year. We practice and host our home games at Smithson Field located on the Maguire campus.
In 2012-2013 we became a member of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) which is a league that consists of hundreds of teams throughout the nation. We are in the District II-East Division where we compete in conference vs. Neumann, Penn, Rowan, Temple, and Villanova. We play a fifteen game conference season, with a three game series against each team. The top team in the conference goes on to compete in the regional tournament with the winner of that advancing to the World Series, which is hosted annual in Pittsburg, Kansas. Each season we also do play a few exhibition games vs. local non-conference club teams.
We host tryouts for the team each year early in the fall semester. For more information contact Harrison Cooke at email@example.com.