Ocean State Waves Summer Games Tournament To Start July 29th

The Ocean State Waves of the New England Collegiate Baseball League have finalized their schedule for the 2021 Ocean State Waves Summer Games. This tournament will be played over the next 3 days (weather permitting) on some of the top collegiate and amateur baseball fields in Rhode Island. Bryant University, Salve Regina, URI, Old Mountain Field, Rhode Island College, and Broad Rock Middle School will be the host fields for some of the top baseball underclassmen not only from Rhode Island but surrounding areas as well. Here is the schedule of games, courtesy of the Ocean State Waves Twitter account (@oceanstatewaves):

Taking a quick look at the roster of teams, I see several Rhode Island based teams that will be participating including:

  • New England Scorpions
  • Ocean State Makos
  • L&M Baseball

If you need more information on the 2021 Ocean State Waves Summer Games, you can visit the tournament page by clicking here – Ocean State Waves Summer Games. Good luck to all the players, coaches, and families participating!!!

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