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Banner Island Ballpark Set to Host 2014 CCAA Baseball Championship

The CCAA Baseball Championship will be held in Stockton for the second consecutive year

The Stockton Ports, in conjunction with the Stockton Convention and Visitors Bureau, have announced that Banner Island Ballpark will be the site for the 2014 California Collegiate Athletic Association’s Championship.

Championship play will begin on Thursday, May 8th and will finish on either Saturday, May 10th or Sunday May 11th depending on the “if necessary game”.  This year’s event will make two consecutive years of the CCAA Baseball Championship being hosted in Stockton.

“The Ports are pleased that the CCAA Championship returns to Banner Island Ballpark again in 2014, and we are excited to watch some great baseball,” said 7th Inning Stretch, LLC President Pat Filippone.

The California Collegiate Athletic Association currently consists of twelve schools including Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State East Bay, Cal State L.A., Cal State Monterey Bay, Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Stanislaus, Chico State, Humboldt State, San Francisco State, Sonoma State, and UC San Diego.

“The CCAA has always been one of the strongest and most competitive conferences in all of Division II. And nothing has changed this season,” said CCAA Commissioner Mike Matthews. “Banner Island Ballpark is a terrific venue, one that matches our teams’ quality of play. Holding our tournament in Stockton has helped create a great experience for our teams.”

The winner of the CCAA Baseball Championship earns an automatic bid into the NCAA West Regional Baseball Tournament.

For more information regarding the 2014 CCAA Championship, contact the Ports front office at (209) 644-1900. Tickets for the event are now on sale.
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