2024 Black College “Small School” World Series

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The Particulars…

  • When: May 8 – May 11, 2024 (May 12th rain date)
  • Where: Riverwalk Stadium (home of the Tampa Bay Rays Double-A affiliate Montgomery Biscuits) 200 Coosa Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104
  • Format: The tournament will be just one division of six teams playing a double-elimination tournament.
Tournament SeedingTournament Standings
Seed No. 1 - Talladega College2-1 (eliminated)
Seed No. 2 - Bluefield State University3-1 (2024 BCWS Champions)
Seed No. 3 - Edward Waters University3-2 (eliminated)
Seed No. 4 - Wiley University1-3 (eliminated)
Seed No. 5 - Miles College0-2 (eliminated)
Seed No. 6 - Florida Memorial University1-2 (eliminated)
May 8, 2024
9:00 a.m.Game 1: Edward Waters University 8 - Florida Memorial University 5Video
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12:30 p.m.Game 2: Wiley University University 10 - Miles College 0Video
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4:00 p.m.Game 3: Bluefield State University 9 - Edward Waters University 7Video
Box Score
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All game times are Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT)
Note: All games are 9 inning games. Ten run rule will be in effect.
May 9, 2024
9:00 a.m.Game 4: Talladega College 8 - Wiley University 0Video
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12:30 p.m.Game 5: Miles College 13 - Edward Waters University 14Video
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4:00 p.m.Game 6: Florida Memorial University 3 - Wiley University 0Video Part 1
Video Part 2
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All game times are Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT)
Note: All games are 9 inning games. Ten run rule will be in effect.
May 10, 2024
9:00 a.m.Game 7: Bluefield State University 2 - Talladega College 3Video
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12:30 p.m.Game 8: Edward Waters University 3 - Florida Memorial University 2Video
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4:00 p.m.Game 9: Bluefield State University 12 - Edward Waters University 7Video
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All game times are Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT)
Note: All games are 9 inning games. Ten run rule will be in effect.
May 11, 2024
10:00 a.m.Game 10: Bluefield State University 5 - Talladega College 1
Black College World Series Championship Game
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Note: The awards ceremony commences immediately following the final game.
All game times are Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT)
Note: All games are 9 inning games. Ten run rule will be in effect.
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About Black College Championships, LLC

Black College Championships, LLC was formed in 2021 to organize and run Historically Black College and University baseball World Series events in 2022 and beyond. The goal of the alliance is to stage a national postseason baseball tournament featuring the best HBCU collegiate baseball teams from the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Members include Michael Coker, Lead Contemporary Writer/Reporter at Black College Nines and founder of the Black College World Series; Roger Cador, former head coach at Southern University; Texas Southern University Dean, Dr. Jafus Kenyatta Cavil; and National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association executive director, Bo Carter. For Black College World Series updates, visit the Black College Championships website at: https://blackcollegechampionships.com.

About The Montgomery Biscuits

The Montgomery Biscuits are a Minor League Baseball team based in Montgomery, Alabama. They are the Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays and play in the Double-A South. The team was founded in Orlando, Florida, in 1973 as the Orlando Twins, an affiliate of the Minnesota Twins in the Southern League. After remaining in the Minnesota minor league organization for 20 seasons, the team became an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs for four seasons and then the Seattle Mariners for one. In 1999, the team became an affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, and they have remained in the organization ever since. They became members of the Double-A South in 2021. Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium is the home of the Biscuits. The minor league baseball ballpark opened in 2004. Located in downtown Montgomery, the stadium can host up to 7,000 people a night. The Stadium offers a riverfront area that is easily accessible from Riverwalk Stadium, 20 luxury suites, picnic areas along the third-base line and in left-center field. The picnic area in left-center field can accommodate up to 4,000 fans. The stadium also has a full bar, called “The Club Car Bar” and a children’s playground area located down the third base line. The stadium scoreboard is a video board with a LED screen with instant replay. For more information, contact Brendon Porter [email protected].  

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