Southern Collegiate Baseball League
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Southern Collegiate Baseball League
Southern Collegiate Baseball League
SportBaseball
Founded1999
No. of teams6
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
Piedmont Pride
Official websitewww.scbl.org

Established in 1999, Southern Collegiate Baseball League (SCBL) is a non-profit, wooden bat collegiate summer league, affiliated with the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball, with six teams located in the Charlotte metropolitan area of North Carolina and South Carolina. College players from four-year institutions (NCAA and NAIA) as well as junior and community colleges are eligible to play. SCBL differs from other summer wooden bat leagues in that pitchers may only throw a maximum of 85 pitches per game. At the end of the season, the teams play in a tournament to determine the league champion.

Current franchises

Southern Collegiate Baseball League
Team City Stadium
Carolina Vipers Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Latin School
Charlotte Crushers Charlotte, North Carolina Victory Christian Center School
Concord Athletics Concord, North Carolina Concord High School
Lake Norman Copperheads Cornelius, North Carolina Hough High School
Lenoir Oilers Lenoir, North Carolina Walker Stadium
Mooresville Spinners Mooresville, North Carolina Moor Park
Piedmont Pride Rock Hill, South Carolina York High School

Former teams

  • Asheville Redbirds
  • Athens Pirates (Georgia)
  • Ballantyne Smokies
  • Carolina Chaos
  • Carolina Stingers
  • Carolina Warriors
  • Kernersville Bulldogs
  • Lenoir Oilers
  • Monroe Channelcats
  • Pineville Pioneers
  • Rock Hill Sox (became Carolina Thunder)
  • Salisbury Pirates
  • Spartanburg Blue Eagles
  • Spartanburg Crickets
  • Spartanburg Spartans
  • Statesville Owls
  • Tennessee Tornado

External links


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