ABOUT THE SUN BELT COLLEGIATE LEAGUE
The Sun Belt Collegiate Baseball League is a summer destination for the serious and highly competitive player. The league is not a “recreational” type of league. The Sun Belt League is for players to advance their skills while playing on teams that vie for the summer league championship and have the opportunity to play before professional scouts.
The Sun Belt College League is affiliated with the National Baseball Congress (NBC) and has the designation from the NBC as a Premier College League. The NBC was founded in 1934 and is an organization of 15 amatuer college leagues including the the Sun Belt College League operating in the United Stated.
The Sun Belt Collegiate League is a division of the Kino Baseball League a 501C(3) entity and played it’s first season in 2011 and since that time have averaged 5-6 teams teams that participate and play on average 18-20 games from the first week of June to the last week in July.
As a Premier NBC College League, the Sun Belt League has received an invitation to send a team to the 84th NBC World Series in Wichita, Kansas. The league will be sending a team
to play in this prestigious collegiate summer event.
For out of town players and teams wishing to participate in the Sun Belt Collegiate, check out the “Accomodations” section that will provide information on extended stay suites that are
available to provide comfortable living and relaxation while staying in Tucson.
The Sun Belt League is proud to play its games at the Kino Sports Complex, home of Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium and the former spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Chicago White Sox, and the current home to the Tucson Invitational Collegiate spring training games that are held during the month of March.
This summer collegiate baseball destination is pleased to be able to offer players and teams the luxury of playing in one of the finest facilities in the country for collegiate summer baseball
For further information on the league email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-730-2506.