Elkhorn’s Level Up select baseball program competes in the Two Rivers Baseball League. Two Rivers is Eastern Nebraska's largest combined select/recreational baseball league and is comprised of 14 different organizations. The Level Up program was created for players who are looking for challenges beyond recreational baseball but are not yet ready for the time commitment, cost, or rigors of a travel AA, AAA or Major's select baseball team. This program is a great introduction to select baseball and tournament play. Successful athletes in Level Up often advance to our Prime select travel baseball program.
- Teams play 12 regular season games
- Teams typically play 2-4 tournaments
- Teams typically play in both the USSSA State Tournament and the Level Up Tournament
- Expect to play approximately 20-30 games*
- Teams play by USSSA rules and regulations
*Includes tournament games
- Coaches are determined based upon resume/team performance/adherence to the EAA Way
- If a team fields 12 players, the coaches player will not have to pay the registration fee.
- Teams are typically formed from the rosters of successful Futures recreational teams in addition to tryouts.
- Game Jersey/Hat
- 1 Weekday Field Slot/Week
- 1 Weekend Field Slot/Week
- Indoor Practices at ETC/EAA Victory Center
- Four Wired player training sessions
- Access to Victory Center and Victory Center Availability Calendar
- 12 regular season games
- Elkhorn home games officiated by PSOA umpires
- Season Ending Level Up Tournament
- USSSA Registration
- Level Up League Registration
- Elkhorn Field Prep and Maintenance
- Team baseballs/Catchers equipment**
** Catchers equipment will be provided if requested and secured by check written in the amount of $150. Check will be returned/destroyed upon successful return of equipment at the conclusion of the season. If catchers equipment is not returned at check-in, it will be deposited by EAA.
- Tournament Registration Fees
Tournament expenses are in addition to the EAA registration fee. Families and coaches should discuss tournament costs as well as the total number of tournaments the team plans to enter during the season with family members before a player registers. Registration fees are non-refundable as they secure a spot on the team.