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2020 NWAC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

May 21-25, 2020

David Story Field, Lower Colmbia College
1700-1740 19th Ave
Longview, WA. 98632
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Come see the top 8 teams in the NWAC battle it out for the Baseball Championship title at David Story Field on the campus of Lower Columbia College. This tournament features about 200 baseball players competing over 5 days. 

NOTE: Dogs and pets will not be allowed at the NWAC Championship Tournament facility. 

Official Ball of NWAC Baseball
PERFECTION 3B-PPRO

 

 

EVENT INFORMATION

Bracket  |  Scores & Stats


ADMISSION PRICING

TOURNAMENT PASS
Adult $40.00
Student* $30.00
Senior Citizen* $30.00

DAY PASS
Adult $15.00
Student* $9.00
Senior Citizen*  $9.00
7-12 years old $6.00
6 years old & under   FREE  
Military* FREE
*Must show valid ID

PARKING

Parking is free on the LCC campus.


MEDIA CREDENTIAL REQUEST

Click HERE to request a media credential for this event if you will be working media.


PHOTOS

Click the links below to view photos from the event.

Day 1  |  Day 2  |  Day 3  |  Day 4

Championship

 

SUPER REGIONAL PLAYOFFS (Bracket)

Cross-region playoffs will determine entries into the NWAC Baseball Championship. Four three- team bracket style tournaments will be hosted by each of the four regions’ #2 teams based on regular season league finish. The #3 and #4 teams from two other regions will also get the opportunity to qualify. Each regular season champion will automatically advance to the Championship tournament. [NWAC codebook, Baseball, 1300.1]


BROADCASTS

 

Radio broadcasting: KLOG.com


MERCHANDISE

Event merchandise will be available on-site to purchase from Fine Designs. Adidas apparel, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and more will be available and are fully customizable on-site! Also visit the Fine Designs NWAC Store to purchase Championship gear online. 

NWAC store graphic


HOTELS

 
INFO: TBD

 


COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Lower Columbia College’s Food for Thought food pantry works to reduce hunger within the campus community and to reduce the effects of food insecurity on student success.

We ask all NWAC Championship tournament players and coaches to bring 2-5 non-perishable food items to be donated to the food pantry. If every player and coach brings at least two items that means nearly 500 items can be donated. If each team gets out and asks family members and fans to participate, we could easily reach a goal of 1,000 items to fight hunger. For a detailed list of items, visit the website

 


EVENT SUPPORTERS

Lower Columbia College logo ToferVision logo Vullo Bat Company logo


CHARACTER • COMPETITION • COMMUNITY