Since 1978, USA Baseball has been the national governing body for the sport of baseball. It represents the sport in the United States as a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and internationally as a member federation of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC).
Nearly every major national amateur baseball organization in America is united as a USA Baseball National Member Organization. As a result, USA Baseball governs more than 12 million amateur players in ballparks and playgrounds across the country. As the commissioner’s office for amateur baseball, USA Baseball is a resource center for its various membership groups, fans, and players. USA Baseball is also responsible for promoting and developing the game of baseball on the grassroots level, both nationally and internationally.
The current international age determination date rule states your birthday must fall on January 1 or later of a specified year to be eligible for particular age groups. The age a player reaches during the calendar year of the international competition will serve as his competition age.
(For example, if your son/daughter wants to play on the 15U National team in 2018, he/she must be 15 years old or younger during the entire calendar year. If your son/daughter would turn 16 on December 1 of 2018, he/she would not be eligible to participate with the 15U National Team because his/her competition age would be 16, regardless of his/her age during the time of the tournament.)
• 2018 17U NTIS: born in 2001, for the 2019 18U National Team
• 2018 16U NTIS: born in 2002 for the 2019 17U NTDP
• 2018 15U NTIS: born in 2003 for the 2019 16U NTDP
• 2018 14U NTIS: born in 2004 for the 2019 15U National Team
• 2018 13U NTIS: born in 2005 or 2006, for the 2019 14U NTDP
• 2018 11U NTIS: born in 2007 for the 2019 12U National Team
Cancellations up to 14 days prior to the start of the event will receive a 100% refund of the registration fee. Cancellations within 14 days of the start of the event will receive a 50% refund. No exceptions will be made. The participating player or team will receive their refund back to the credit card on file within 30 days of the time of cancellation.
17u (Players born in 2001)
16u (Players born in 2002)
15u (Players born in 2003)
14u (Players born in 2004)
13u (Players born in 2005)
11u (Players born in 2007)
The New England Regional Event Dates are Set!
Monday, July 9th
18 Woodlawn Circle
East Hartford, CT 06108
13U & 14U
Tuesday, July 10th
East Catholic High School
115 New State Road
Manchester, CT 06042
Tuesday, July 17th
235 Lloyd Avenue
Providence, RI 02906
* Players chosen to represent their regional team will be given updates from their coordinator on this event. Please contact the coordinator where you qualified.
Final Events at USA Complex in Cary, NC will be:
August 9-13th: 13U at USA Baseball National Training Complex, Cary, N.C
August 16-20th: 15U & 16U at USA Baseball National Training Complex, Cary, N.C
August 23-27th: 11U, 14U, 17U at USA Baseball National Training Complex & Thomas Brooks Park, Cary N.C.
Check with the event coordinator who hosted the tryout. If you don’t hear something within 14 days after the event call your Regional NTIS Director at (704)588-3204, but please wait until AFTER the 14 day period to contact this number. It is possible that you will receive the information via e-mail. To be informed ask at your tryout the method in which they will let you know if you advanced.
Players who make Team New England only play with Team New England for the three day period of the NTIS. The program is designed to make minimal impact on the players other commitments.
You will need to check with the coordinator in charge of the team you qualified to play for at the New England Regional Championship.
There is a $300.00 fee for all players that is named to Team New England which covers their uniform fee for the final selections. All players will then need to book rooms and cover their travel to Cary, NC through the New England team room blocks.
This answer is YES…… All players must attend a tryout in their area or state. There will be area or state teams selected from the tryouts to participate in the New England Regional Championship. From that championship, players will be chosen to represent Team New England in Cary, NC.
Yes. Last year many college recruiters attended the New England Regional Championship. This year we will contact over 100 College Coaches and inform them of this prestigious talent of players.
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont area teams of players form the North Atlantic Region. Each team will go with 18 players per team at the Regional in Massachusetts. All players will have been selected through the area and state tryouts.