Event Format: Five-Game Guarantee: One division, wood bat, invite only. Pool play games and a single elimination tournament. Teams will be placed in pool play based upon like competition.
1. College Coaches in Attendance
2. 5-Game Minimum
3. A Competitive College Exposure Regional Tournament
4. College Exposure Clinic
5. College Coaches Panel
Colleges Committed to attend: College coaches will be in attendance for pool play and college exposure clinic. The attendance of coaches during bracket play is not guaranteed.
Equipment Required for Participants: Completed Triple Crown roster turned in with copies of your team birth certificates at check-in. One dozen baseballs are provided to each team, extras can be
pre-ordered or purchased on site. Provide two new and two used baseballs per game.
We are entering our 2nd year for the Pathway Games event, which once again takes place in Albuquerque, NM at the new Albuquerque Regional Sports Complex. Each field has high school level field lighting and is made of entirely synthetic turf and includes two bullpens and dugouts. Bleacher seating with shade canopies at each field provide spectators a great view of the game. The complex features a multi-purpose building with a full concession stand, press boxes, locker rooms and an event room on the second level with incredible 360-degree views of the Rio Grande Valley.
Our mission is to create a unique baseball experience by identifying and exposing exceptional athletic ability. We believe in connecting players with the right opportunities to play baseball at the next level whether it be JUCO, NAIA, DIII, DII or DI. With over 1,400 colleges and universities offering baseball programs, we work hard to connect the right players with the right coaches and opportunities as they look to continue their baseball career. There is also a strategic focus on providing knowledge to players, coaches and parents on the best path for each player.
Our experienced staff will support players, their families and coaches every step of the way, looking and listening for ways to improve the process, as we all aspire to help athletes maximize their potential through education, evaluation and exposure.