Baseball - General Information


2013 Men's Baseball Team

NMU's Club Baseball team formed to provide our 18-25 rostered players with a competitive environment to continue playing baseball. Our objective is to establish and maintain a high level of competition on the field while also pursuing excellence in our studies. The team participates in the NCBA (National Club Baseball Association) and has qualified for league playoffs several times in its history. Our biggest aim is to give our players the opportunity to continue playing the game that they love after high school while positively representing NMU.

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**The team carries a 20-25 man roster with at least 1 coach (Kane Beauchamp).
8-9 Pitchers

Dues are subject to change yearly but often range between $200-$350. These dues will cover the costs of jerseys, hats, travel, and league dues.

Participant Must Supply
All club members must have a PEIF recreation pass in order to play. Players are expected to have their own basic equipment but will have the ability to purchase Rawlings and Nike gear at a discount through the team.

Games are played in Michigan and other states in the upper Mid-West. If the team advances to the NCBA postseason additional travel is required. Games are typically held on Saturday and Sunday. Travel times will be discussed yearly based on the team schedule.

Practices are subject to change based on the team's availability. They are currently held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3-5 p.m. 

Years of baseball experience is highly recommended, but anyone is welcome to try out. Typically tryouts are held the first two weeks of school (to be announced each fall) during a selected weekend. If you miss this initial tryout please contact us to schedule a private tryout.

September 1 and 2 at 1 p.m. with call backs on September 3, to host a scrimmage and meet and greet with the team.  September 5 at 1p.m. if another day is needed.



Jackson Brackett

Northern Michigan Baseball
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2013 Organization of the Year Award 
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