Athletics & Recreation

Men's Baseball (League)

 

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About The Club

SMU Men's Baseball is made up of players from elite baseball programs in Canada and from other parts of the world.  The Club is comprised of a minimum of 18 players who will travel to universities around Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI to play league and playoff games (see below for the Universities in our conference).  The season consists of 16 regular games and up to 9 playoff games.  Our season begins September 12th and we play two doubleheaders on weekends until the middle of October. Playoffs run until the end of October and we would play the conference leaders: the winning teams makes nationals.  Playing four games per weekend can be physically challenging. Students interested in SMU Baseball should manage their time wisely, so they can remain committed to the team for the entire school year. For league stats, standings and schedule visit the league website at: http://www.ccba-abcc.ca/

SMU Men's Baseball provides a high level of competitive baseball and we hope to see all who are interested in playing attend tryouts in September.

For more information about the team please contact Alexander Rhoddy (President) at asrhoddy@icloud.com.

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Contact Information

2018/2019 Club Executives are:

Alexander Rhoddy - President

Nathan Kendall - Vice President

Charley Lemarquand - Treasurer

Shawn Tomlinson - Head Coach

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Coach Information 

 

Costs

To cover Club operations, a fee is required. The amount is $300

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Game schedule

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Tryouts

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Sport Clubs Policy Manual

 


The Sport Clubs program at Saint Mary's University is designed to provide additional opportunities for individuals interested in a specific sport to develop and improve their skills, by participating recreationally or competitively in league play on and off campus. Sport Clubs are voluntary, non-profit, student-led organizations. Members assume the leadership and financial responsibilities of club activities and are required to adhere to Department of Athletics & Recreation and University guidelines and policies. 

Sport Clubs Offered

Cheerleading  Men's Baseball 
Dance  Men's Rugby
Karate  Curling 
Equestrian  Men's Field Lacrosse
Field Hockey  Tennis
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