The Power Summer Collegiate League (PSCL) will enter its 6th season at the Palm Springs Stadium complex in June of 2023. Over the past 5 years, the PSCL has prided itself on being a high-quality summer collegiate league that focuses on player development with an opportunity to assist uncommitted players looking for a college or university to play at.
Since 2018, PSCL players have come from all over the globe and hundreds of different colleges and universities of all levels. D1-D3, JC & NAIA conferences all have talented players that have enjoyed playing in sunny southern California. These players have gone on to be drafted by the Marlins and Brewers along with several signing with MLB Partner Leagues, such as the Frontier League and Atlantic League.
Managers in the PSCL also come from all over the county and represent different levels of collegiate baseball. Major Division I programs like Long Beach State and the University of New Mexico, as well as community colleges and NAIA programs send their coaches come out to not only help develop players but to network and assist uncommitted players in finding the right program to finish their collegiate careers at.
Besides the individual players and coaches that have made the PSCL so successful, the professional culture and experience that is offered are what sets the PSCL apart from all other leagues. One complex with three fields including the former spring training home of the Angels, a turf field, full clubhouse manager services daily, 5 certified athletic trainers on site every day, high quality workout facilities nearby the stadium and a Hilton Grand Vacation Resort to live in for the month. Furthermore, the Marquis Villas Resort, a Hilton Grand Vacation property, is located less than two miles from Palm Springs Stadium in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. All units at the Marquis Villas have a full kitchen, so players have the option of making their own meals or taking advantage of the 30+ restaurants within walking distance.
The PSCL offers summer baseball at its best, from the guaranteed playing time and development opportunities on-field, to the recruiting prospects and living experience off of it. With 2023 marking the league’s 6th season, the PSCL will look to have its most successful season yet. Roster spots are limited, with many positions being waitlisted the closer we get to the start of the league. Coaches interested in learning more about the PSCL can email PSCL Director Casey Dill at [email protected] Players who want to play in the PSCL can learn more and register at www.psclbaseball.com.
(we can list some of the players and coaches but I don’t think it adds much)
MLB Draft Picks:
Casey Combs (2019 Miami Marlins)
Zane Zurbrugg (2019 Milwaukee Brewers)
Jason Munsch (2019 Milwaukee Brewers)
Trevor McKinley (Frontier League)
Cesar Cuevas (Atlantic League)
Brian Leef (Frontier League)
Landen Barnes (Frontier League)
Paul Kosanovich (Frontier League)
Jacob Corn (Frontier League)
Notable Alumni: (All D1)
Bridger Holmes (Oregon State commit)
Jacob McCaskey (Gardner Webb)
JR Freethy (University Nevada Reno)
Devon Walczykowski (Pepperdine)
Brad Hallock (University of Kansas)
Dillon Baker (Miami Ohio)
Mason Velasquez (Norfolk State)
Brandon Glowacki (Wagner University)
Mark Kirkland (Winthrop University)
Current Coaches / Coaching Alumni:
Casey Dill (MLB Scout School / Professional Scout)
Chance Sharp, Head Coach (Highland CC)
Sam DiMatteo, Head Coach (College of the Desert)
Zack Novis, Pitching Coach (Driveline Baseball)
Cliff Allred, Assistant Coach (North Carolina A&T)
Adam Core, Assistant Coach (Lindenwood University)
Cameron Trudell, Assistant Coach (Cal Baptist)
Joey Notch, Assistant Coach (Long Beach State)
Billy Barker, Assistant Coach (University of New Mexico)