PSCL NEWS We have a big announcement coming soon about our association with the Kitsap BlueJacket's of the West Coast League!
Puget Sound Collegiate League REGISTRATION is open for 2014! Each year the Puget Sound Collegiate League has improved on its product having a banner year in 2013. More jobs for college players were created, development programs & curriculum improved, affordability working with players financial situations, assisting students going to school in the summer, host families, better directors understanding the developmental concept, more diverse National coaching staff, internships, student coaching/camps/umpiring opportunities and helping more players that may need to find a school coming out of a Community College. Not to mention the flagship Thurston County Senators having their best season yet going 26-5 on the season.
Thurston County Senators will again be in the Grand Forks Invitational and Kamloops Invitational. They will also be playing series against the Kitsap BlueJacket's, Walla Walla Sweets and the new West Coast League team in Yakima. No other league has as diverse schedule the Senators play; attending two very good tournaments, and squaring off versus Pacific International League and West Coast League opponents.
Puget Sound Master Schedule has been updated. It includes the Puget Sound Collegiate League, Youth League, Puget Sound Tournaments, PSCL Camps, Senators and Strength/Speed Training schedules. Father's Day schedule is posted on the tournament page, umpire schedule is HERE!
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Who We Are
The game of baseball is built around failure. That negative gives us an opportunity to teach how to overcome it. How to get back up, train better, be smarter and communicate more effectively. We are about developing at all phases associated with the game of baseball. From teaching to playing; beginning of the career to moving into the coaching realm. All aspects on the field, operations, managing and officiating. PSCL Baseball is about Development. The environment is conducive to learning and the further progression of each individual's growth in baseball and life.
The Puget Sound Collegiate League was created to provide college baseball players an opportunity to further develop their skills. The PSCL is a wood bat league with college coaches. Players will have a chance to play; we are a developmental league. The Regional Athletic Complex provides a centrally located site with all the amenities. Games will be played in the evenings Monday-Thursday and on weekends for seven weeks starting at the beginning of June each year. All teams will have an opportunity to play non-league games against top-flight competition. The PSCL encourages student-athletes to continue going to school in the summer and provides numerous opportunities to earn money while learning more about the game and giving back to the game by; umpiring youth games, instructing in camps, coaching youth league teams and monitoring during youth tournaments.
PSCL Baseball also offers High School Fall Baseball. 29 teams make up the fall league. They come from Mason, King, Lewis, Gray's Harbor, Pierce and Thurston Counties. The league has grown in its third year to over 500 players in 2013. Our goal as in everything we do is development. Each team plays 15 league games. Each week every team plays a weekday game at the Regional Athletic Complex in Lacey and Heritage Park in Puyallup. Then they complete the series with a double header on the weekend. The league season concludes with a league wide combine, followed by a league tournament to crown a Champion. Our goal is to help players develop and assist them in exposure to higher education and college baseball programs.