The Smoky Mountain Collegiate League is in its 5th season and will be held at the University of TN, Maryville College, and Knoxville Catholic.
The SMCL features 24-32 games a Summer and is designed to allow athletes to work or take Summer classes. The league plays 4 games a week. There is an opportunity to work events and other activities on the weekend. The league starts at the end of May and goes to the middle of July. Most of the games are played at the University of TN along with the championship. In 2022 We will be adding a Southern League in Chattanooga/ Cleveland area that will get played at Chatt State, Cleveland St, and TN Wesleyan.
Registration for 2022 will begin on September 1st and will be open until May 1st.
With the 2021 season in the bags we like to announce our 2021 Eagles as the champions of the league and our regular season winners as the Bears.
The Bears will be taking home the player and pitcher of the year with justin Mize stepping it up this Summer and becoming the pitcher of the league followed by Henry Jackson as the player of the league.
Justin Mize – Pitcher of Year – Bears
Henry Jackson – Player of Year- Bears
Andy Poole – BC White
Ethan Belcher – BC White
Grant Van Rossum – BC White
Jax Howard – BC white
Christian Carlton – BC Blue
Wyatt Collins – BC Blue
Owen Evon – BC Blue
Brayden Taylor- BC Blue
Nelson Smith – Eagles Playoff MVP
Cade Burkey – Eagles
Spencer Williams – Eagles
Coltin Reynolds – Eagles
Ben Scott – Eagles
Clay Murrell – Eagles
Sterling Hallman – Copperheads
Trevor Davis – Copperheads
Colby Backus – Bears
Cade Elliott – Bears
Matthew Mamantas – Bears
Kendall Catlett – Bears
Bryce Hanely – Cougars
Jacob Hoffman – Cougars
Eagles have been coached by Zack Long or Dalton Long for 4 years; the Eagles are winners of 3 out of 4 years in the league. They also have had 2 players drafted off their team.
Have been coached by Jordan Norton for last 3 years. They have had one player drafted from this team.
Came into the league in 2021 and is organized and coached by former MLB player Brett Carroll.