DELAWARE, Oh. – At the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League’s (GLSCL) annual league meeting, the Dayton Docs were accepted as the newest member of the league. The Docs will be lead by Joe Marker and are set to play a 22-game home schedule at the beautiful Nischwitz Stadium, home field of the Wright State Raiders Collegiate Baseball Team.
“We are delighted to have someone of Joe’s background as a member of our baseball family,” said GLSCL Commissioner Dr. Kim Lance. “The addition of the Dayton Docs will allow us to bring the best of summer collegiate baseball to a market that already has set attendance records in the minor leagues. Of the franchises that contacted us for admission to the league, the Dayton group, lead by Joe Marker, clearly had the passion and understanding of our mission.”
The GLSCL is a charter member of the National Alliance of Summer Collegiate Baseball (www.nacsb.org), which is recognized as the premier organization in summer collegiate wood bat baseball. The GLSCL is funded in part by Major League Baseball and is only one of eight summer collegiate leagues in the country so designated.