Hello Badger Baseball Fans,
Are you interested in continuing your competitive baseball career?
The Club Baseball team at UW is looking for several talented ball players to join our club. Established in 2001, the club team has developed into one of the top programs in the country, competing for regional and national titles each year. We have two highly competitive teams competing in the NCBA Division I and Division II leagues. This past year, the teams combined for a record of 41-16, won their respective conference titles, and participated in their regional tournaments. Our Division II team won the regional and participated in the NCBA World Series, ultimately finishing 3rd in the nation! With our DI team coming off a World Series berth and 5th place finish in 2018, we are looking for quality players that can help continue this tradition of winning on both teams!
If you are a competitive player looking to continue your career at a high level, while also being around a great group of guys, you should try out for this year’s team. Tryouts start the first week of school, so make sure you bring your baseball gear to Madison!
Here are the upcoming important dates:
- Monday September 2, 1-3:30 PM: Rec Well Monday Funday. Come to our table at Cole Recreation Area!
- Wednesday September 4 and Thursday September 5: New Player Meetings (Attend 1).
- 7-8pm either night, location TBD
- First Week of Tryouts, attend two sessions
- Sunday September 8, 4-9 PM (will not have to attend the entire time)
- Monday September 9, 5-8pm
- Tuesday September 10, 5-8pm
- Thursday September 12, 5-8pm
- Tryout Scrimmages – Attend at least one
- Saturday September 14, 4-8 pm
- Sunday September 15, 4-8pm
All tryouts will take place at the Near West Fields, located just west of the UW Natatorium.
Follow us on Twitter (@clubbaseballUW) too for more information.
If you are interested, please contact our President, JJ Lamb, by emailing email@example.com, for instructions on how to get signed up.
We look forward to seeing you at tryouts!
Club Baseball at UW-Madison