We are celebrating our 20th summer of college baseball this upcoming 2023 season! Back in 2003 the ACWBL only consisted of 6 teams. This past summer (2022) we had 21 teams! How it has grown over the past 2 decades! The best part is we are now getting 2nd generation players from players that played years ago. They are now dads and their kids are now experiencing the ACWBL tradition.
Our goals have always been the same model year after year- get players as many reps (Ab's or Innings) as they possibly can and help players continue their baseball careers through college or pro baseball. Over the years of thousands of players, we have helped place ones with no options for schools find a place. This will always be a goal of ours. We have also had the joy of having numerous players find careers in MiLB and ones that have made it to the big leagues. It is amazing to see and looking forward to seeing the next ones that make it!
The ACWBL will be upping our game this upcoming 2023 summer! We are teaming up with a Digital Communication group that will be providing all the social media, video, stats, and other technology that is very important for players, coaches, schools, families, etc. We are extremely excited to be put on the map in comparison to other summer leagues. More info will be out of the specifics as we get closer to the summer season.
The 2023 summer will be here before we know it and we cannot wait to have the new group of competitive players back on the diamond. We have locked on our locations again for next summer- Salt River Fields in Scottsdale and Legacy at Bell Bank Park in Mesa. Two great facilities that are hard to beat. The season will start in early June and finish at the end of July. Plenty of games to be played throughout the 2 months!
Early Registration is now open, so don't miss out on the reduced price!
Best of luck this upcoming spring season for all players and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Congrats to the FCA Black/Gold team on their 1-0 victory over New Mexico Post 15. It was a great game and everything we want out of a championship game. New Mexico threatened multiple times throughout the night with runners in scoring position, but the FCA pitching and defense made the right pitches and had key defensive plays that sealed the victory. Congrats to both teams and best of luck the upcoming 2023 season!
Arizona Collegiate Wood Bat League (ACWBL) is a summer collegiate baseball league played in Maricopa County, Arizona. More Info