The Northeastern Club Baseball team is a competitive collegiate club baseball team competing in division 1 of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA). We currently compete in the North Atlantic North division. We are a group of college students who wanted to continue playing baseball competitively while focusing more on our education. We take winning seriously and always play to win. We are not only friends on the field, but off the field as well. Joining our team is a great way to meet other students at northeastern who enjoy playing baseball just as much as you do.
The Northeastern University Club Baseball team was established in the Fall of 2005 but did not compete in a league that season. The following year, our team joined the New England Club Baseball Association (NECBA) and made it to the Championship game, losing to Emmanuel College. Each of the next three seasons, however, we won the NECBA Championship – in 2007 vs. Holy Cross, in 2008 vs. Connecticut, and in 2009 vs. Bridgton Academy.
Given our success in the league, the team decided in the Fall of 2009 to join the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) in order to compete on a national level. We succeeded as well in this league, winning our District and moving on to win the World Series, earning the team a National Championship in our first season in the league.
After being part of the NCBA Division II for 4 seasons (2010 – 2013), our team was invited to make the jump to Division 1. This division is the highest competition available for club, and includes many (if not all) of the major colleges and universities across the country. Our team now competes in the “North Atlantic” Region, playing in the “North” conference. The other 5 teams in this Conference are: SUNY-Albany, Sacred Heart, Boston College, UConn and UMass.