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18U College Travel Begins
Submitted By Matt Mills on Thursday, August 29, 2019
The Ontario Royals 18U team kicked off their fall baseball season this weekend with their first College-focused travel – to NCAA Division 1 Indiana University.  The team will have the opportunity to tour the historic campus, speak directly with Indiana Baseball Head Coach Jeff Mercer, and compete against some top-level talent in front of a large number of college coaches.

Our 18U Royals program annually schedules fall games against NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA, and OUA competition to give our soon-to-be Royals grads the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of a variety of levels of College Coach, and expose our players to higher levels of competition.

 

This year’s 18U Fall College Schedule is listed below.

 

Aug 30 – Sept 1:           PRO/ELITE SHOWCASE @ INDIANA UNIVERSITY (IN – NCAA D1)

Sept 4:                         GAME vs. GUELPH UNIVERSITY

Sept 7 – Sept 8:            CUYAHOGA CC SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT (OH – NJCAA D2)

Sept 11:                       GAME vs McMASTER UNIVERSITY

Sept 15:                       DH vs MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NY – NJCAA D2)

Sept 18:                       GAME vs LAURIER UNIVERSITY

Sept 19:                       DH vs MOUNT MERCY UNIVERSITY (IA – NAIA)

Sept 20 – Sept 23:        KERNELS PERFECT GAME TOURNAMENT IOWA

Oct 2:                           GAME vs BROCK UNIVERSITY

Oct 5:                           DH vs HERKIMER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NY – NJCAA D3 )

Oct 19:                         DH vs ERIE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NY – NJCAA D3)

 

For FULL 18U Fall Schedule please visit our team calendar page.

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