Boulder Collegians Baseball Club

Building Community Through Baseball


The Boulder Collegians are a collegiate, amateur, summer baseball organization, dedicated to creating a unique baseball experience for its players and the community of Boulder. It is our goal to provide coaching and support for our players, at the highest level. It is also our goal to positively impact the community of Boulder and it’s residents by connecting with as many local business’s, youth organizations and non profits as we can.  This is in an effort to create fun, safe, healthy, affordable, family friendly entertainment. We do this in the heart of Boulder Colorado.

2019 Roster
2019 Schedule
Live Broadcast

2nd Annual Ball Park Beer Fest

June 28th

Scott Carpenter Park

Gates Open at 5:00

5:30 and 8:00 Double Header

New Low Price of $30 = Entry, All you Can drink Craft Beer Samples, Hot Dog, Glass


The Collegians are committed to being a contributing member to the community of Boulder.

The Collegians have had a rocky start to the 2019 Campaign.  They dropped their first three games of the early campaign before breaking the seal on Sunday, June 3rd, with a 7-4 Victory over the Game Day Saints. While some may view the early struggles as time to panic or worry about the fate of this team, but wiser heads would disagree. Over the past 7 years, excluding their inaugural come back season, the Collegians have always had hot starts, and came out of the gate with impressive records. These great starts were short lived though, and the teams seemed to fizzle out towards the end of the season.  So, to a more trained eye, the rough stat to the current campaign will hopefully have the affect of keeping the players locked in all season long.  They already know they can be beat, and that they’ll have to improve and play good baseball all season, if they’re going to have a shot at a RMBL title.

Another thing to consider is the fact that almost every season, a single team in the RMBL has run away with the league title.  This season with seven teams, down from 12 in previous years, the competition will be tighter from top to bottom.  We’ve already seen it in the league matchups, as the Pirates, who didn’t win a single game last year, already topped the Saints. Other teams in the league have traded wins, and only the Foxes stand atop the league standings with a 3-0 record.  However, both games vs. the Collegians were tight.  What does all this mean?  It means that RMBL is going to beat up on each other all season long, and the last team standing, is going to the World Series.  Despite the 1-4 league start, the Collegians are still in a good place to make this happen.



Single Game Tickets

  • Adults: $5.00​
  • Children (3 & Under): FREE
  • Children (4 to 12 years old): $3.00
  • Student (with ID): $4.00
  • Seniors & Military (with ID): FREE

Please Note: All tickets are general admission and single game tickets are only sold at the gates of Scott Carpenter Park, up to 45 minutes prior to game time.

Ticket Packages

Friday, June 21st’s, Yoga event was canceled due to inclement weather. The games are still on.


Some Collegians players come from out of the state and need a place to stay for the summer. Take your first step to becoming a host family and making a difference in someones life. It’s easy to forget that these young men are still learning, growing, and need the support of those around them. When they are far away from home, our Host Families help bridge the gap for players and help them feel comfortable and welcome in our community.