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Bradley Baseball Academia is a year-round organization that offers travel, academic showcase and college aged teams during all the Spring, Summer and Fall. Prospective players must tryout to receive an offer to play on one of our teams. We hold multiple tryouts throughout the year, and this page will be updated regularly as tryout information becomes available. All of our teams participate in our development trainings, led by our Director of Development, Stan Exeter which focuses heavily on personalized development work to improve and prepare for the upcoming weekend’s games. Additionally, all of our teams will participate in local, as well as out of town tournaments, and our Academic Showcase and Prep teams will also receive first hand campus tours from college coaches while participating in pro style workouts and simulated games in front of these coaches. Our college summer team plays locally and are comprised of current student athletes from all over the country.

Summer Season – Late May thru mid to late July (13U & 14U) Mid June to early August (High School)

We field one team per age division here at BBA. Our teams are our 13U, 14U, Academic 15U, Academic 16U, Academic 17U, Academic Showcase Team, as well as our BBA College Eagles Team during the summer months. The summer season is the the busiest for BBA and requires the most commitment from our players with more weekly activities and a heavier tournament/event focus. See below for additional info on our Academic Showcase and Collegiate teams.

Summer Weekly Schedule: 1-2 weekday games/practices, optional IW’s, Weekend Double Header or Tournament

Fall Season – Late August thru Late October 

Just like our summer season, we field one team per age division during our fall season. These teams are our 13U, 14U, Academic 15U, Academic 16U, Academic 17U, and Academic Showcase Team. The fall tends to be the season with less games and more practices and skills trainings to allow our staff to focus heavily on development while allowing many of our student athletes to take advantage of playing an additional sport. This varies depending on the age group, as our Academic Showcase Team plays in more events, tournaments and showcases than our younger teams.

13/14u Weekly Schedule: 1 midweek activity, Wednesday Night Skills Training, Weekend Double Header/Tournament

High School Weekly Schedule: 1 week day practice, 1 game during the week, and weekend Double Header/Tournament. (*Tournament weekend schedules vary)

Spring Season – Mid March thru Mid May

During the spring season we field one 13U and one 14U team, while the rest of our athletes play for their high school programs.

13/14u Weekly Schedule: Monday Night Practice, Tuesday Night Game, Weekly IW’s, Weekend Double Header/Tournament (*Tournament weekend schedules vary)

For additional info, please contact us at

Academic Showcase Team

What is the Academic Showcase Team?
The Academic Showcase Team is a proud member of the Northern Virginia Travel Baseball League’s Premier Showcase League. Since its creation in the summer of 2016, the NVTBL PSL has provided hundreds of high school student athletes with exposure to a wide variety of college baseball programs from the Division I, II, and III levels. In 2023, our focus is to expose our student athletes to the top academic schools in the country, in the hopes of helping them play college baseball over the next four years.

What does the Bradley Eagles Academic Showcase Team experience include?

1) Nov-May: Monthly College Recruiting Webinars and Seminars w/ Guest Speakers

2) 2023 Summer Tournaments and Events Schedule (more to come)

EventLocation Date
GW Team CampArlington, VA9/10 - 9/11
PBR Virginia OpenRichmond, VA9/17 - 9/18
PBR MarylandAnnapolis, MD9/24 - 9/25
Local GamesNorthern Virginia10/1
PS Mid-Atlantic Annapolis, MD10/7- 10/9
PSL InvitationNorthern Virginia10/21 - 10/23

3) Data Recruiting Package for NCAA Coaches
• Recruiting video
• Academic and Athletic resume including a College List Creation and Common Application Essay consultation
• Skills Assessment Day Measurable Chart (60 Yard Times, Exit Velocity, Arm Speed, Catcher Pop Times, etc.)
• College Advising from Andy Bradley (President and Executive Director, BBA)

4) Skills Development and Exposure

• Weekly Skills Trainings with our Director of Development, Stan Exeter, and our VP of Development, Anderson Burgess
• Local PSL Games
• Campus tours with pro-style workouts and simulated games(see above)
• Showcase tournaments and events(see above)
• Attend college summer league and/or minor league games
• Guest speakers including current college players and coaches
• and more!

5) The fee also includes league and tournament registrations, umpire fees, field rentals, college coaches’ dues, professional coaches’ stipends, advisors, guest speakers, admin, insurance, and equipment.


What conferences will the Academic Showcase players receive campus tours and on-field exposure from?
• Atlantic Coast Conference
• Atlantic 10 Conference
• Big East Conference
• Capital Athletic Conference
• Centennial Conference
• Ivy League
• Landmark Conference
• Liberty League
• NESCAC (New England Small College Athletic Conference)
• ODAC (Old Dominion Athletic Conference)
• Patriot League

Where are former Bradley Eagles players now?



What are the eligibility requirements to play for the Academic Showcase team?
• Minimum GPA of 3.0
• Minimum SAT of 1050
• Minimum ACT of 23

For additional info, please contact our BBA Front Office at

Collegiate Summer Teams

The Bradley Eagles College Summer Team was born in 2014 and has since provided young college athletes with the unique opportunity to intern on Capitol Hill, work in top-notch organizations, and live in the Nation’s Capital for a summer while simultaneously developing their baseball skills in preparation for their upcoming school year and baseball season.

Our summer team has participated in the Baltimore-DC League alongside a number of other local DMV based organizations. However, we currently compete in the prestigious MCBL. The roster is comprised of college freshmen, sophomores & juniors from all over the country who play at all divisions.

As a member of the Bradley Eagles College Summer Team, players are offered a world of professional possibility with a fixed baseball schedule that allows our athletes to work and intern for some incredible Washington, DC employers. Our staff is happy to use our network to assist in obtaining temporary employment, internships, and housing for any who are interested.

Season Format – Late May thru Late July
4-6 Weekly Games (weeknight games begin after 5pm)
Weekend Double Headers
Optional Skills & Weight Training Sessions

Schools Formerly Represented
Allegheny College
Amherst College
Bates College
Bowdoin College
Carleton College
Claremont McKenna College
Clarkson University
Colby College College of Southern Maryland
Coppin State University
Delaware State University
Dickinson College
Drew University
Frostburg State University
George Washington University
Georgetown University
Gettysburg College
Hampden Sydney College
Haverford College
Hood College
Husson University
Johns Hopkins University
Kenyon College
Macalester College
Marymount College
McDaniel College
Michigan University
Occidental College
Ohlone Junior College
Pomona College
Rhodes College
Rochester University
Shenandoah University
Skidmore College
St. Mary’s College
SUNY – Maritime College
Swarthmore College
Tufts University
University of Chicago
Ursinus College
Washington & Lee University
Waynesburg University

For more information on the College Summer Team, please contact our BBA Front office at