8th Annual Buckeye Elite Showcase Tournament Brings Top Collegiate Baseball Exposure To Columbus

The 8th annual Buckeye Elite Showcase Tournament has become one of the top collegiate baseball exposure events in the Midwest, highly attended by both college coaches and pro scouts.  The games will be held on 47 of central Ohio’s premier high school and college fields from July 6–10.

The field for the Buckeye Elite Showcase Tournament will be limited to the first (96) – U18 teams, (64) – U16 teams, (56) – U15 teams, and (32) – U-14 teams.  It is expected to sell out and be one of the most competitive fields in the Midwest with teams in the past attending from 15 different states, as well as many teams from Canada.

This year’s event features a second “Silver” divisional championship to go along with the “Gold” divisional championship. The Gold Championship games will be played at either Huntington Park, Home of the Columbus Clippers or Bill Davis Stadium, home of the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Also, there will be a Buckeye Elite Night at Huntington Park, where the Clippers will being playing a home game the night of July 8th.  All teams will have the opportunity to be a part of the game in several ways.  For more information, visit www.buckeyeelite.com. The tournament entry fee is $775.00 with a $200.00 deposit.


About GCSC

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission (GCSC) was formed in June 2002 to provide leadership, guidance and marketing expertise in attracting regional, national and international sporting events and activities to bolster Greater Columbus economically and socially. Since its inception, GCSC has bid on and brought more than 150 new sporting events to Columbus that have generated an estimated $150 million in visitor spending. The GCSC also works to retain annual bid events that have generated an additional $100 million in visitor spending.
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