If you are a serious baseball player that has an interest in being a difference maker at your school and want top summer competition and exposure to college evaluators, Hardball U is the way for you. We are looking for high school varsity players or soon to be varsity players, regardless of age. We are a next level organization and will put you in front of college and university recruiters that can open the door for you. Getting on a watch list as a young player is the way to go. Our schedules will surely give you that chance. We have assisted in placing 108 players in 9 years in a college to play the game they love. You could be next! If you are that guy, come see what you can do. For information, please email email@example.com
The "U" rolls on!
Hardball U captured the Fall League Championship by defeating the hard hitting Buda Dodgers in the finals in a nail biting 7-6 thriller.
15u Navy goes 4-0 in the Texas Baseball Tournament at Texas Lutheran University in the first event of the summer.
We are happy to congratulate Tristan Bayless of Hutto High School as the latest Hardball U player to be drafted by Major League Baseball. Tristan went in the 35th round to the Washington Nationals. Tristan has previously signed with Texas A & M University.
Hardball U ex, James McArthur, has been a freshmen phenom at Ole Miss this year. He has not only worked himself into the conference weekend pitching rotation, but also has increased his record to 6-1 after getting the decision after beating Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament.
Tom Kellogg of St. Mary's Hall High School has signed with Washington and Lee University for 2016-17.
Washington and Lee is a highly selective university in Lexington, Virginia. The Generals compete at the Division-III level in the ODAC conference, the largest conference in DIII. The baseball team finished third in their conference this year, just behind two teams ranked in the top 10 in all of DIII. Tom looks to make an impact for the Generals on the mound from the start.
Cade Bullinger of Boerne Champion High School, family, and coaches pose for picture to celebrate his signing to play baseball at UTSA.
Hardball U 16u completed the 2015 season by winning the Texas Showcase Circuit League Championship in San Antonio. Concluding the spring,summer, and fall campaign, the Hardballers overall record finished at an outstanding 37-15-2 for 2015. Their many accomplishments include numerous tournament championships and was highlighted by winning the 14u ASB World Series. After making the jump to the 16u division for fall, the team continued their winning ways in capturing the fall league championship for TSC.
Hardball U 2015 16u wrapping up their season going 4-0 in the Turn Two tournament.
Hardball U 14u proudly display the Championship rings from the ASB World Series in Dripping Springs. The team went through a grueling 8 games in four days as they played their best baseball of the year in the semi finals and finals. The team has now racked up two tournament championships and three runners up finishes. For the spring and summer season, the team sports a glistening 27-11-1 record.
Hardball U baseballers show pride in the "U".
Hardball U 14u has racked up to straight tournament runner up finishes going 9-3 for the past two weeks and losing only to the tournament champion in each tournament. Team hitting has improved up and down the lineup while the defense has been, with a few exceptions, solid all year. Hard work and focus, while taking advantage of rainy days for concentrated hitting practice, has improved the team batting average by 100 points. With a lot of the season left, including a couple of State Tournaments and a trip to the huge tournament at the College Baseball World Series in Omaha, we are looking for and expecting continued forward movement both in fundamental skills and knowledge of the great game of baseball. It is all about you the Hardball U Way.
Hardball U ex Tyler Ogle appears at the Alamodome as the Dodgers beat the Texas Rangers.
Hardball U owner, Jeremy Tyson, proudly stands with James McArthur (Ole Miss) and Cole McKay (LSU) who signed national letters of intent to two Southeastern Conference baseball powerhouses this past week.
Hardball University is an elite baseball academy grounded in the fundamentals that have made baseball the American pastime. Formerly Alamo Elite Academy, Hardball University is the culmination of a project designed to provide players 10-18 years of age with a multifaceted approach to developing their potential. Each player receives crucial individual instruction while learning to use his abilities for the best advantage of his team. Staff members of the Hardball University organization are committed to readying players for the stair steps to success that occur at each level of organized baseball. Coaches of Hardball U teams have rich backgrounds in the game. All have been players at the collegiate level or beyond. Some have also been high school or college coaches and Division I recruiters. Others have been professional scouts. Such diversity in backgrounds assures that players for Hardball U receive not only excellent instruction but also benefit from a network of contacts as they move from high school into the college arena.
At the heart of the Hardball University philosophy is the belief that every player can, with proper guidance and leadership, meet his goals. A vivid testimony to that philosophy lies in the fact that over 90% of high school seniors who have played for Hardball U and have been rewarded with the opportunity to play college baseball.
Keeping things in perspective before gametime at Hardball U.