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Citius Draft Prospects Impress In Arizona

After working out with several other highly sought after 2014 MLB Draft prospects at a nearby Spring Training complex this morning, outfielders Marcus Wilson and Denz’l Chapman rushed over to the Camelback Ranch complex to join their Team Citius Inner City Elite teammates in the second inning. The duo of speedy outfielders who are also high school teammates, each put their wheels to use. After walking his first time up Wilson legged out an infield single by getting down the line in 4.25 seconds before taking second on a ball in the dirt and stealing third with a huge jump. The impressive home to first time was a bit slower than his usual times, partly as a result of having just worked out earlier in the morning and partly as a result of a late start getting out of the box on a check swing. Chapman’s highlight of the game was a well struck foul ball to the pullside while hitting lefty, and he also ran down a ball in the left center gap. Wilson is a high ceiling prospect who enters the spring as a top two round candidate and will be crosschecked heavily between now and June, while Chapman will draw plenty of interest as well.

Citius USA Players receive All-Tourney Honors

18U – Hitters
1. Marcus Wilson, OF – Los Angeles, CA (Team Citius USA – California)
2. Denz’l Chapman,OF – Los Angeles, CA (Team Citius USA – California)
18U – Pitchers
1. Jorge Gonzalez, P – Laredo, TX (Team Citius USA – Texas)
16U – Hitters
1. Ronnie Washington, OF – Houston, TX (Team Citius USA – Texas)
2. Armando Lopez, 3B – Eagle Pass, TX (Team Citius USA – Texas)
16U – Pitchers
1. Ryan Kincade, P – Samuel Clemens HS-San Antonio, TX (Team Citius USA – South Texas)

After looking at many baseball programs, we sat down with Jeremy and listened to his philosophy regarding our wishes and thoughts for Dalton’s future in baseball. His philosophy to Sheryl and I, was dedication to Dalton and trust in what Hardball U will do for him and our family. From Dalton, good work ethics, listen, love of the game and most of all RESPECT for the game. After many years and roughly 11 seasons of staying loyal to Hardball U, we saw the difference between other programs and what Hardball U provided for Dalton.
Sheryl and I had the luxury of just being parents and spectators and not chasing college applications and worrying if Dalton will make it to the next level. Dalton had the privilege and pleasure of learning from some of the game’s best coaches, seeing great venues and entertaining college offers from all of the exposure he had by playing with Hardball U. His choice is proudly Texas A&M at Corpus Christi, a Division 1 College. Dalton’s talents will take him as far as he wants to go, but with Jeremy and Jerry Tyson and the Hardball U program, he was given more opportunities and exposure to be able to succeed. The Tysons and Hardball U will always be more than just a baseball program to us, they became part of our family. And for that, we will always be grateful.
We found someone that was constantly working for Dalton and his future. The road was a long one, but the journey was well worth the investment. If you are a parent looking for a great fit for your son and have any questions about this program, please feel free to contact us.

Brett and Sheryl D’Spain

I was very impressed with scout day.  The entire event was first class.  Having it at Blossom Athletic Center and having 12-15 coaches looking at players shows Hardball U has the connections to place players on college teams. I just want to thank you for a great event!

Jim Carroll

Blake Alleman has moved into the starting lineup at Texas A & M at second base as a freshman and is becoming an early impact player for the Aggies.

Texas A&M Aggies Baseball News

Blake Alleman has moved into the starting lineup at Texas A & M at second base as a freshman and is becoming an early impact player for the Aggies

Blake Alleman moves to Texas A&M Aggies Baseball as a freshmen

Thank You" to Jeremy for allowing my son Matt Hilston the opportunity
to experience playing "2011" summer ball with Hardball U.
Matt has played ball for many, many years year round and has always
wanted the chance to continue to play at the next level.
Jeremy was very successful in getting Matt offers from several
D1, D2 & JUCO programs. Matt's decision to play and go the
JUCO route was the right decision, one he does not regret.
Jeremy was always enthusiastic and worked hard to get Matt's name
out there and get him the best opportunity possible.
If you are looking for an organization to help your son move on to the next level,
I do believe Hardball U is one of the
best programs in the San Antonio area.
Once again, Thanks to Jeremy and the Hardball U staff! ~ Liz Hilston, Mother of Matthew R. Hilston "2011" SVHS

Tyler Ogle was selected today in the 9th Round of the 2011 MLB Player Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers and was named one of three catchers in the nation as an All-American by Baseball America. See attached link. He was named to 3rd team.



Announcement for tryouts in Pleasanton for 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18u on February 15 at the Sports Complex.

Please email for furthur info.


Congratulations to the 2014 Class in moving to the next level in their baseball careers:

Brady Sullivan- McClennan College
J.T. Moreau- McClenan College
Cole McKay- Louisiana State University
Jacob Malatek- University of the Incarnet Word
Garrett Powers- San Angelo University
Miles Gully San Angelo University
Matt Hilston- University of Texas San Antonio
Jason Serchay- University of Texas San Antonio
Kyle Carroll- A and M Corpus Christi
James McArthur- Ole Miss
Tate Hibner- West Texas A&M

Hardball U owner, Jeremy Tyson, proudly stands with James McArthur (Ole Miss) and Cole McKay (LSU) who signed national letters of intent to two Southeastern Conference baseball powerhouses this past week.  

Hardball University is an elite baseball academy grounded in the fundamentals that have made baseball the American pastime. Formerly Alamo Elite Academy, Hardball University is the culmination of a project designed to provide players 10-18 years of age with a multifaceted approach to developing their potential. Each player receives crucial individual instruction while learning to use his abilities for the best advantage of his team. Staff members of the Hardball University organization are committed to readying players for the stair steps to success that occur at each level of organized baseball. Coaches of Hardball U teams have rich backgrounds in the game. All have been players at the collegiate level or beyond. Some have also been high school or college coaches and Division I recruiters. Others have been professional scouts. Such diversity in backgrounds assures that players for Hardball U receive not only excellent instruction but also benefit from a network of contacts as they move from high school into the college arena.

At the heart of the Hardball University philosophy is the belief that every player can, with proper guidance and leadership, meet his goals. A vivid testimony to that philosophy lies in the fact that over 90% of high school seniors who have played for Hardball U and have been rewarded with the opportunity to play college baseball.

Keeping things in perspective before gametime at Hardball U.



Team Citius 13u Jerry scored their fourth trophy for the season grabbing the runner up spot at Lake Travis. 


Team Citius SA13u Jeremy and 14u Miles teamed up to sweep first and second place at the ASB tournament at Lake Travis.


Team Citius 13u Tyson added their fourth Championship trophy for 2014 winning yet another 14u tournament this past week in San Marcos.


Proud Dads and Father's Day trophys are on display for Team Citius SA 11u Garza, as they won their second Runner up trophy in a row. 


 Congratulations on a turn around season for Team Citius SA 11u Garza.  The team won runners up trophys at the Rally Cap tournament in San Marcos.


Congratulations to Team Citius SA Stracener 11u runner-up at the South State Tournament in Corpus Christi. 


Team Citius SA 13u Jeremy won the 13u Major division at the USSSA South Zone State Tournament in Austin. This is the teams third championship of the spring season.


13u Tyson won the King of Swing 14u tournament in Corpus Christi going 5-0.  In the process, the TC players were given a compete set of game pants and jerseys for each player by Mira's Sports of Corpus Christi along with the Champioship trophy.. 


Austin Stracener & Koy Carpenter represented Team Citius USA Stracener in The Perfect Game Super25 Four Corners Regional in Las Vegas. The 11U Team Citius USA went 2-2 losing by 1 run in the semifinals.

The Team Citius SA 11u Stracener powerhouse captured their third tournament championship of the spring adding yet another set of rings to their collection.


Six players from Team Citius SA Tyson were represented on the Team Citius Texas team that went 2-1-1 in the Perfect Game Regional in Las Vegas. Hayden Corbin, Luke Boyers, Hudson Head, Cal Martin, Hobbs Price, Patrick Kudelka, and players from the Dallas  and Corpus Christi areas tied for the top record at the prestigious event.  The highlight of the event occured when Team Citius Texas came from behind to defeat last year's 12u Little League World Series Champions from San Diego 5-4, handing them their only loss in the tournament.. 



Team Citius SA 13u ran their season record to an outstanding 13-1 while capturing the Double Play Classic in Austin.  13u has two championships thus far and one runner up finish.


Team Citius 12u Navy went undefeated winning the Championship at the Super Series tournament in Taylor.


The boys are all smiles as they proudly display their trophies from another golden weekend for Team Citius SA 11u Stracener.


 Team Citius 13u ran their winning streak to 8 games before falling in the finals at Lake Travis  still capturing the runner-up trophy.


Team Citius SA 14u Tyson captured the 14u championship at the Field of Dreams in Dripping Springs this past weekend going 4-0 in the tournament.


Team Citius SA 13u endured bitter cold in Dripping Springs to bring home the championship trophy going 4-0.

Team Citius SA 11u Stracener display their championship rings  after they captured their first tournament win of the new season.

Team Citius SA 10u Olivarez has breezed to championships in the first two tournaments of the year.   



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