Montclair State University Club Baseball player getting ready to throw to first base


  • Practice Schedule:
    • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 – 10 a.m. @ Yogi Berra Stadium

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Team Biography:

Founded originally in 2010, for about a decade the Montclair State University Club Baseball Team has been a part of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) and has competed at the Division II Level. We have been a part of the New England South Conference for many years and in doing so, we have been at the top of the standings season after season.  It is our goal every year to have the best conference record (from both the fall and spring seasons) amongst all teams so we can advance to the regional playoffs. Once regional playoffs commence with all New England Conference winners and one wild card team that participate, the winner will then advance the NCBA Division II World Series in Kansas and compete against the rest of the regional champions. Since this club was created back in 2010, our motto has been #RoadtoKC to get to the World Series. This motto and goal of ours has enabled us as a baseball program to embrace a close-knit family concept within our team. With that being said, joining the MSU Club Baseball Team is not only a great way to make lifelong friends, but it is also a great way to get involved on campus and get acclimated to the college experience. The legendary Yogi Berra once stated “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.” If you’re curious, take a chance on us and come try out for the club baseball team. You never know where you might wind up. You could be sitting in the dugout at Yogi Berra Stadium playing America’s Pastime in the blink of an eye. If interested, we do look for players with prior playing experience either at the high school or collegiate level. We’re always looking for new talent and to expand our roster. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

Executive Board:

Jason Nacarella · Damien Scott · Mike Matinelli · Sal Barraco