Aurora Travel Baseball will host two tournaments in the 2018 season.
The 8th Annual Spring Fling Tournament will be held Friday, May 4th through Sunday, May 6th, 2018.
The 7th Annual Summer Heat Tournament will be held Friday, June 8th through Sunday, June 10th, 2018.
Both tournaments will be held in Aurora, IL at several newly renovated Fox Valley Park District fields.
Further information and registration can be found on our tournaments page or by clicking here.
Jacob Gray - Aurora University
Ty Liaromatis - Illinois Benedictine
Zach Haddox - Illinois Benedictine
Stephen Sewruk - Illinois Benedictine
David Woods - Carthage College
Ricky Perez - Iowa State
The Aurora Thunder will host our 7th Annual Poker and Bags Tournament on Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at Bliss Creek Golf Club in the Pine Room, located at 1 Golfview Road, Sugar Grove, IL 60554. Event will run from 5pm to 1am CST.
There are over $5,000 in raffle prizes as of Feb 1st, 2018:
The tryouts for our 2018 teams has completed, but we have a few openings at a few of the age levels. We are conducting private tryouts for those that may still be interested. Please contact Matt Gray at 630-258-2894 or email@example.com to schedule a private tryout.
10u- one opening
12u - one opening
13u - one opening, catcher or pitcher preferred
14u -two openings, Pitcher and catcher preferred
17u - two openings, pitcher preferred
18u - one opening- looking for Pitcher Only or OF, but will look at other positions.
Please register for tryouts here. We are not restricted to taking kids from Aurora only. We have kids from several surrounding communities that comprise our teams. If you cannot make these tryout dates, please contact us to set up a private tryout.
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Thunder 17u players named all-conference:
Jacob Gray was named 1st team All-Conference in the Upstate 8 as a junior as well as a nomination by the conference coaches to the Chicagoland Classic Collegiate Showcase. It is a two day showcase event with the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of more than 100 college coaches and professional scouts. Coaches from the Big 10, Big XII, Pac 12, SEC, Ivy League, several Division II and Division III schools and U.S. service academies are registered to attend.
Caleb Ziehr, also a junior, was named 2nd team All-Conference in the Big Northern Conference. Caleb was also nominated to play in a conference tournament featuring all conference players from the Big Northern Conference and the NIC 10 Conference later this summer.
Congratulations to Jacob Gray and Caleb Ziehr.
Former Aurora Travel Baseball players making trip to IHSA 3A State Playoffs:
Jackson Best, Eric Lundell, Elias Flowers and Jake Carlson - all sophomores at Marmion Academy. Go Cadets and good luck at state.
Aurora Travel Baseball is seeking qualified high school head coaches for 2018 season and youth travel baseball coaches (9u, 10u and 11u) for the 2018 spring/summer season. These are part-time positions at each age group, which will conclude upon the completion of the 2017 summer season. This position will begin in August 2017 with weekly practices and fall baseball games in advance of preparing for winter workouts starting in winter 2017 and will continue into the spring and summer season, wrapping up in mid to late July 2018.
Our program consists of non-parent coaching if possible and strives to prepare our kids to play at the next level. Our younger teams will focus on player development and building the bridge to the next year, while playing in very competitive tournaments. Our goals for our high school teams (15u - 18u) will be to participate in a number of top national collegiate showcase tournaments, which will provide access to numerous college coaches and pro scouts each and every game and tournament.
Responsibilities include on-field coaching, pregame preparation, practice organization, mentoring players, and day to day communication with players, parents, college coaches and scouts (at the high school level).
We are seeking candidates that have previous coaching or playing experience at the high school, college, or professional level. The candidate must have strong communication skills and knowledge in the game of baseball.
At the high school level, the candidate must be able to communicate to college coaches and scouts regarding the skill set and abilities of players. Further, the candidate must have schedule flexibility throughout the summer, as we play a very competitive national schedule.
If you are interested in this position please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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