Announcing the 2018 International Stars College Showcase – October 2-12, 2018 in Phoenix Arizona – sign up today!
“The International Stars College Showcase helped me with my dream in a different way than I expected… It gave me the chance to showcase myself in front of tons of scouts which enabled me to choose different colleges across the United States.”
-Jorin van Amstel, Netherlands
Showcase participant – earned full-scholarship to Odessa College in Texas & currently plays for Northwestern Oklahoma State University
For an affordable price you will receive individualized professional instruction, evaluation, a chance to showcase your skills in front of college coaches from all divisions and levels (NCAA D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JC) across the country, and you will have access to our vast network of college connections, comprised of hundreds of U.S. college baseball programs.
You will play games vs. top U.S. Junior College programs, take campus tours, learn about the college eligibility process and how to apply to schools, attend an American professional baseball game, and have a chance to represent your country as an International Star playing in the U.S.
Who: Talented international players, ages 16-21, wishing to play college baseball.
Where: Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
When: October 2-12, 2018
Complete the form below to sign up for the 2018 College Showcase
Check out the International Baseball Community’s podcast discussing the College Showcase:
And check out Mister-Baseball’s Write-up of the 2015 Showcase in Phoenix Arizona (link below):
Cesare Astorri (Italy) – Oakland Athletics (MLB)
Giulio Monello (Italy) – Odessa Junior College (Texas), signed for Fall 2018
Stefano Berini (Italy) – Clarendon Junior College (Texas)
Josef Cihlar (Czech Republic) – Odessa Junior College (Texas)
Martin Kalabek (Czech Republic) – Columbia College (Missouri)
Matteo Pizzolini (Italy) – Clarendon Junior College (Texas)
Dylan Verdonk (Netherlands) – Seton Hall University (New Jersey)
Matteo Bocchi (Italy) – Odessa Junior College (Texas) / University of Texas
Sammy Hackl (Austria) – Arizona Western College
Jakub Ondracek (Czech Republic) – Cochise Junior College (Arizona)
Jorin van Amstel (Netherlands) – Odessa Junior College (Texas) / Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Lorenzo Fabbri (Italy) – Frank Phillips Junior College (Texas)
Alberto Fossa (Italy) – Brookdale Community College (New Jersey)
Max Draijer (Netherlands) – Cochise Junior College (Arizona)
Lukas Holub (Czech Republic) – Northwest Florida State Junior College / Ranger Junior College (Texas) / Okalahoma Panhandle State University
Jim Ploeger (Netherlands) – Laney College (California) /University of Arkansas Pine Bluff
“We provide the international player with the platform and confidence to succeed in the U.S.”