Rhode Island Collegiate Baseball Players Set To Begin Spring Season

Here in Rhode Island, we have eight collegiate level baseball programs. I was surprised a 9th – Providence College – did not have a baseball program, despite an email and letter writing campaign from current and former students. These 8 collegiate baseball teams encompass the entire state of Rhode Island – from Bristol to Newport and Providence to Kingston – and provide student athletes with an incredible opportunity to play baseball at a high level and earn a quality education. Whether you are player looking to play at the next level, an alumni of an RI collegiate institution, or just a baseball fan looking to watch a collegiate game, here is where you can find our Rhode Island collegiate baseball programs.


Attanasio Family Field at Murray Stadium

Brown University – https://brownbears.com/index.aspx?path=baseball

Head Coach – Grant Achilles

Home Field – Attanasio Family Field at Murray Stadium

Conaty Park

Bryant – https://www.bryantbulldogs.com/sports/bsb/index

Head Coach – Steve Owens

Home Field – Conaty Park

CCRI Baseball Team

CCRI- https://www.ccri.edu/athl/sports/spring_sports/baseball/bio.html

Head Coach – Kevin Rix

Home Field – Whitey Fell Field

JWU – https://providence.jwuathletics.com/sports/bsb/index

Head Coach – Kevin Casey

Scotts Miracle-Gro Athletics Complex

Anchorman Field

RIC – http://goanchormen.com/sports/bsb/index

Head Coach – Frank Holbrook

Home Field – Anchorman Field

Roger Williams – https://rwuhawks.com/index.aspx?path=baseball

Head Coach – Jason Tower

Assistant Coach Manny DaSilva from Bristol HS

Home Field – Paolino Field

Bill Beck Field

URI – http://www.gorhody.com/sports/m-basebl/index

Head Coach: Raphael Cerrato

Home Field – Bill Beck Field

Good luck to all our Rhode Island Collegiate baseball programs as they head south for Spring baseball games. Most of these programs will start conference road and home games in late March, so stay tuned to each program’s schedule for upcoming games.

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