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Wisconsin All-Stars Featured in WBCA 2013 Year Book
The All-Stars were once again featured in the 2013 Baseball Wisconsin Yearbook published by the WBCA (Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association). These players had featured articles in the book from our 2012 summer and fall national baseball teams. Garrett Phillips (Elk Mound H.S.), James Georkakas (Ellsworth H.S.), Derek Marquardt (Coleman H.S.), Maustin Otterstatter (Winnebago Lutheran H.S.)
Midwest Classic Wood Bat Championship Tournament
Nash Park has four lighted diamonds with bleacher seating, a full concession stand, restrooms and ample parking. The park is located near shopping malls and hotels. This tournament will sell out. Click to register. On behalf of the Wisconsin All-Stars we thank you very much for playing in our tournament.
Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 2013 Summer Schedule
College coaches, recruiters and MLB scouts we appreciate you scouting our 2013 Summer Wisconsin All-Stars National Baseball Team. The Wisconsin All-Stars are made up of the best high school baseball players from our state. We hold state wide tryouts through the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association (WBCA) and Wisconsin Baseball Report. When holding tryouts we look for players that have the desire and ability to play baseball at the next level.
The Wisconsin All-Stars are now 10 years old. We have had 135 players go on to play college baseball on a baseball and/or an academic scholarship. We also have had 4 players drafted in MLB amateur baseball draft. We are very proud of that. We thank you in advance for scouting our summer team.
Wisconsin All-Stars Recruiting Tip
There are over 1700 U.S. colleges and universities that sponsor collegiate athletics and are able to offer financial packages. 80% of those opportunities fall outside of Division I. Parents and players need to be realistic. Less than 1% get a DI full ride. When choosing a college the number one consideration is getting a great education with most of it paid for by a baseball and/or academic scholarship. Remember, an education lasts a lifetime, baseball does not. Also it does not matter what level you play at (DI, DII, DIII, NAIA or JUCO) if you have aspirations of playing professional baseball. If you are good enough to play professional baseball you will get discovered. The Wisconsin All-Stars are very proud of our accomplishments. In nine years we have had 135 players go on to college on a baseball and/or an academic scholarship. In 9 years over 7.9 million dollars has been awarded All-Stars players in scholarships.
Wisconsin College Baseball Coaches Contact Information
To get a college scholarship today players must be proactive. It is important that players that have the desire and ability to play college baseball to actively contact coaches to get on their radar screen. Here is the contact information to every college baseball coach in our state.