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The Loyola University Maryland Baseball Club is a student-run organization that offers students at Loyola the opportunity to play competitive, collegiate level baseball. Scheduling games, obtaining field space, hiring umpires, purchasing equipment/apparel, arranging road trips, transportation, and fundraising are all examples of duties performed by the club in order to uphold a high level of success.

We are a part of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) and compete in their District Three North Conference. Every spring season, the Hounds square off against conference opponents such as Mount Saint Mary University, York College (PA), Stevenson University, Gettysburg College, and Johns Hopkins University. The winner of each District Three conference advances to the District Three Regional hosted in Martinsville, Virginia, with the regional champion advancing to Pittsburg, Kansas, for the NCBA World Series (

The team plays games during the fall and spring, with the spring season being the official NCBA season. During the fall, the team plays in about 10-15 games (about 4 or 5 series). During the spring season, the team plays each conference opponent three times, each matchup composed of a three-game weekend series.

Although this is a "club," the Loyola University Maryland Baseball Club is competitive. As recently as 2014, Loyola beat Nationally #1 Ranked Penn State in the regular season, and ultimately advanced to regional playoffs.  

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our club president Cooper Davis. His information is located above under the ‘contact’ page. 

Thank you and as always,

Roll Hounds! 


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