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2010 - 2011 Prospective Players
 
Please click on the Online Forms and complete the Prospective Player Form
Class Registration Information 
 
The following advisors are available to assist you with your schedules. You must follow the advisors walk-in schedule.
 
Professor Cliff McKnight: 240-567-5084 // Clifton.McKnight@montgomerycollege.edu
Dr. Steve Lietz: 240-567-5066 // Steve.Lietz@montgomerycollege.edu
Professor Hilda Smith:  240-567-5116 // Hilda.Smith@montgomerycolleg.edu
You must maintain at least 12 credits in the Spring. Remember to sign up for PE 186. Try to arrange your schedule so that you done with classes by 11:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and by 1:00 on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. No Saturday classes.

NJCAA BASEBALL BAT CHANGES



The NJCAA follows NCAA guidelines for baseball and thus will follow suit with the implementation of the new Ball-Bat Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) standard for baseball bats, which will go into affect January 1, 2011. The BBCOR certification for baseball bats replaces the Ball Exit Speed Ratio (BESR) standard previously used.

Beginning January 1, 2011, all bats used in NJCAA competition must be BBCOR certified.

Additional Information

What's BBCOR? It is a test used to determine the on-field performance of a bat, namely that it acts similar to a wooden bat. It is more accurate than the BESR test, which is what was the previous test used to rate bats.

What about composite bats? To be allowed in the NCAA (and NJCAA), composite-barreled bats must pass Accelerated Break-In testing and be BBCOR certified.

Composites were previously banned by the because they perform better the more you play with them. Through heavy use or tampering, these bats fell out of compliance with the safety guidelines.

ABI testing simulates heavy use on a bat, and it's designed to ensure the bats remain consistent throughout their lifetimes.


What bats can I use? Manufacturers plan to release their first BBCOR-certified bats this fall.

For more information click here.