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USSSA Force Division Finalists in October!

Posted by Force Sports Club at Oct 26, 2019 7:01PM PDT

This Force crew fought back from a tough first day and came away as finalists in the Oct 12-13th USSSA tournament in Temecula. Congrats on some hard-earned rings boys!


Force took 3rd place in the October 5-6th Prospect Wire 2019 SoCal Fall Classic Tournament. Force filled-up the stat leaderboard in the highly competitive tournament only giving up 2 runs on day 1 of the tournament while scoring 30! Congrats on a great tournament showing boys!


Force was out in full effect this past weekend, September 21-22nd, in support of the Mitchell Thorp Foundation. The foundation hosted a baseball tournament fundraiser in San Marcos and Carlsbad called the “Grand Slam for Mitchell Baseball Tournament”. Force 10U through 14U supported the fundraiser and represented the program well. Force 10U and 12U came away winning the Championship in their division on Sunday. Force 10U had to win 3 games (back-to-back-to-back) on Sunday, and win they did. Force 12U got a bye in the first round and won back-to-back Sunday games as well to take home the Championship in their division. Force 11U and Force 14U battled as well, both making it to the semifinals, coming away with 3rd place (losing by only 1 and 2 runs respectively). Lots of fun seeing all the Force Families out in support of a great cause!



Congratulations to Force 14U Prime for winning the 2019 Xtreme Diamond Best of the West Tournament Sept 21-22nd in San Diego! Force went undefeated to take home the Championship. Well done boys!

Spotlight Series: Force 15U Program

Posted by Force Sports Club at Sep 20, 2019 12:15PM PDT

Note: See this and all of our spotlight series posts here: Spotlight Series

As part of our spotlight series, we acknowledge teams, players, coaches or parents across the organization that are doing great things! Today we are recognizing our Force 15U Program. The 15U is run by Coach Paul, Coach Dan, Coach Dean and Coach Rob primarily with training and support from the Force staff across the program.

The 15U team has been an example of where we would like all of our Force teams to get to over time. This team (in large part) has been playing together since 10U and have been following “The Force Way”. Their loyalty to the club, dedication and hard work have paid off in many ways. The 15U program runs a collegiate-style split squad approach where we operate as ONE TEAM! There is no A and B component, and all players, parents and coaches on the team understand that the goal is to develop individually and as a unit / team over time. By following the Force Way, players benefit from an extremely flexible schedule with opportunities to play a lot of targeted baseball. 15U has two full on-field team practices twice per week. In addition, they also do focused hitting workouts together every other week at the cages. Every week the 15U workouts have bullpen / catcher specialization components, team defense components, situational offense (baserunning, hitting) and a revisitation of mechanics.

Already this season (since July, 2019), the team has racked up over 50 games on the season (as of September 16, 2019). They’re sitting at 39W, 9L, 3T. The club has participated in 6 tournaments already this season. They have won (championship – 1st place) in 3 of those 6 tournaments, they’ve taken 2nd place (finalist) in one of those tournaments playing “up” at the 16U level. They also just returned from the 2019 Perfect Game (PG) FALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP for freshman (in Arizona) where they competed against some of the best teams around the country and they placed 3rd overall (out of 22 teams). Force knocked off the #1 Seed and finished in the semifinals with 3rd place overall. Here we saw a team of pitching that was phenomenal allowing only 2 runs (on average) with a Team ERA of 1.93! That earned Force Baseball 10th in ranking nationally for pitching (out of 323 PG-qualifying teams). The 15U was also ranked 29th nationally in team batting average (out of 323 teams).

The 15U follow a model that all teams follow (progressive training as teams move up in the program). Playing mostly wood bat tournaments from here on out, the team is batting an impressive .340 with almost 400 runs scored. Teams that stay together, play together and using the Force Way they will be the best they can be both individually and as a team.

Congrats to our 15U program. Keep up the great work!