Baseball


At Clarendon College, the Bulldog baseball team strives for excellence on and off the field. You can be a part of the tradition of excellence that has made the Bulldogs a success.

Clarendon College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and plays in the Western Junior College Athletic conference(WJCAC).

Clarendon is very fortunate to play in a baseball enriched state where anybody any year could come out of Texas and win the national championship.

Clarendon is set in the backyard of the Big XII conference arguably the best Division I baseball conference in America. In the six years of placing players onto the next level Clarendon has sent players to programs such as Oklahoma State University, Ole Miss, University of Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and numerous other top four year programs from around the country.

Posted By: Devin McIntosh
Updated: 2/21/2018
12:22 AM
The bats kept rolling in the second game of Sunday's doubleheader scoring in every inning en route to another run-rule victory over Lamar, 17-6. The offense was lead by Mark Castelblanco who hit for the cycle and was a perfect 4 for 4 at the plate with five rbi's. To . . . Read More

Posted By: Devin McIntosh
Updated: 2/21/2018
12:21 AM
After a scoreless first inning, the Bulldogs offense erupted in game three with 13 runs over the next three innings to run-rule Lamar 13-2. The offense pounded out twelve hits in that three inning stretch with eight of them going for extra bases. Shawn Ross and Jose . . . Read More

Posted By: Devin McIntosh
Updated: 2/21/2018
12:00 AM
Locked in a pitcher's duel in game two of the series with Lamar and the score tied 3-3, the Bulldogs scored the go ahead run in the bottom of the 6th on a Tommy Reyes-Cruz single to left field that scored Juan Lopez. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on a M . . . Read More

Posted By: Devin McIntosh
Updated: 2/21/2018
12:00 AM
Game 1    Recap      Lamar College used a five run fourth inning to pace a 6-5 win in game one. The Bulldogs were a little inconsistent on the mound, issuing 7 walks, and at the plate with runners in scoring position. Trailing 6-3 after four innings, a two-run homer . . . Read More