Connecticut Gators

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The Program
The Connecticut Gators Baseball Club hosts spring, summer, and fall teams for players 9U through 18U competing in tournament and travel league play.  The Gators are committed to smart player training throughout the year providing practice and training opportunities that complement the gameplay.  The program is guided by 5 objectives listed below, which guide those players competing in the program as they eventually develop into successful high school student-athletes.  Many Gators who’ve graduated from the program continue their playing careers at outstanding colleges and universities throughout the northeast.

Beyond the skill development, our coaching staff is dedicated to teaching the young men in the Gator program the importance of positive work habits, communication skills, goal setting, and character. 

High Schools Represented
Since 2014 the Gators have been represented by student-athletes attending Connecticut high schools including Amity HS, ND West Haven HS, Newtown HS, Foran HS, Jonathan Law HS, Seymour HS, Ansonia HS, Fairfield Prep, Stamford HS, Oxford HS, Hopkins, Hamden Hall, Trumbull HS, Shelton HS, Masuk HS, Weston HS, Fairfield Ward HS, St Josephs HS, Bunnell HS, Stratford HS, Cheshire HS, Cheshire Academy, Xavier, Career HS, and Woodland HS.

College Baseball
Many graduating Gator players have continued on to compete collegiately at outstanding institutions including Princeton University, Yale University, UCONN, Davidson College, Haverford College, University of Bridgeport, WPI, RPI, RIT, Williams College, Framingham State University, Western Connecticut College, Bard College, Colby College, Ithaca College, Trinity College, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Babson College, Catholic University, Southern Connecticut State University, McDaniel College, St Josephs College (Maine), Mount Saint Mary College, Springfield College, Post University, Endicott College, Roger Willams University, Nicholls College, and Ursinus College

5 Program Objectives

  1. Develop strong independent training habits
  2. Demonstrate a strong commitment to strength and speed training
  3. Develop effective communication skills with peers and coaches
  4. Develop a healthy respect for teammates, coaches, and opponents
  5. Develop a strong individual identity on the baseball and softball fields