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PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH BASEBALL CAMPS

 

The Plymouth Whitemarsh High School baseball program is proud of its deep tradition and roots in the Plymouth, Whitemarsh, and Conshohocken communities. In a continued effort to spread our love of baseball, we are excited to offer camps, clinics, and other opportunities throughout the year to help baseball continue its growth and strength within our community. These events directly benefit our current high school baseball players, as well as the future generations of young players that hope to one day play at the high school level.

The Colonials compete in the AAAA level of the PIAA’s Suburban One American Conference. The Suburban One League is well known as one of the most competitive athletic conferences across the state of Pennsylvania. Our program’s success includes capturing the 1994 PIAA State Championship, the 1983 and 1984 District I Championships, 12 Suburban One League Championships, and 29 District playoff appearances in the past 35 years. In addition, we are proud of our notable alumni who have gone on to play collegiate baseball in NCAA Division I, II, and III programs such as Louisville, Clemson, Villanova, Temple, James Madison, Eckerd, Chestnut Hill, DeSales, Ursinus, Neumann, and many more. Our alumni also include a former major league pitcher and a current Eastern League General Manager.

We look forward to working with you and helping to spread our knowledge of the game throughout the community.

“If you're good, you're always looking over your shoulder.” - Bruce Springsteen