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BFA College Baseball Program

To continue to build gender equity in baseball, our goal is to develop more playing opportunities for women at the collegiate level. We will begin by establishing intercollegiate Club Baseball for women across the country—a necessary stepping stone to become an official collegiate sport through sanctioning of governing bodies like the NCAA.

Why college baseball?

The opportunity to play baseball in college is imperative to the development of baseball for girls and women. Girls need to know that they, like their male counterparts, can also continue playing the game they love at the next level. We do support co-ed college baseball —with over 130+ schools welcoming the opportunity to review female recruits. But in order to build further equity in the sport, we believe colleges must begin to offer baseball teams for women, and eventually scholarships and programming comparable to fastpitch and other sports.

So, what’s next?


APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN for students interested in partnering with Baseball For All to bring Women’s Club College Baseball to your campus. If selected, you will be part of a historic team of 10–14  students who will help start the first-ever Women’s Club College Baseball teams in the country.

Submit by May 31, 2021 to be considered.



This August, we will be hosting the first-ever Women’s College Baseball Invitational: a two-day tournament for rising high school seniors and current college students, hosted at Centenary University in New Jersey. Players will have an opportunity to compete against other female college-aged baseball players, and learn more about BFA’s Women’s Club College Baseball program.

Register here today for the Women’s College Baseball Invitational.

If you are a high school senior, a college student, or college faculty member who wants  to learn more about our college baseball initiative, please complete the form below, and we will be in touch shortly.

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