The field of teams is set and the pursuit of the 2023 Postove Cup Championship Season is ready to begin. The Edenton Steamers, 2022 PCL Champions, will be looking to repeat, while the Tarboro River Bandits, 2021 Champions and Greenbrier Knights, 2020 Champions will both be in the hunt. Making things even more interesting is the return of the Outer Banks Daredevils, who with 4 TSL Championships and 2 CPL Championships, will join the fray knowing what it takes to win a championship. Returning for their second season in the PCL are the Norfolk Redbirds and Virginia Beach Sea Dogs, who hope to build on their experience from last summer as they make their chase for the 2023 Postove Cup.
ABOUT THE PREMIER COLLEGIATE LEAGUE
The Premier Collegiate League is a collegiate summer baseball league headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States. The Premier Collegiate League follows all rules and regulations of the NCAA.
The Premier Collegiate League is a division of the Tidewater Summer League, with teams located throughout Northeast North Carolina and Southeast Virginia.
The close geographic proximity of our teams ensures short travel times for our players and fans who enjoy traveling to opposing team’s ballparks to cheer on their team while visiting the great towns and communities that host our teams.
Premier Collegiate League’s teams will play approximately 42 games, including regular season league games, exhibition games, plus our All Star Game and Post Season Championship Tournament.
Our season typically runs from late May through the first few days of August each summer. The PCL is a wood bat league, as are most collegiate summer leagues.
The Premier Collegiate League, was established in 2020, with the goal of providing elite collegiate players the opportunity to compete against some of the top collegiate players from around the country, connecting transitioning players with collegiate programs and providing a platform for players to further develop and showcase their talents, in a professional baseball setting.