Schedule announced for Catamount opener at Pepsi Invitational

Pepsi

Pepsi Invitational Tournament Format

Legion Field
340 South Stadium Rd. Florence, SC 29502

Friday February 24      Pitt Community College vs Potomac State College  4PM    
  Homerun Derby/ Opening Ceremony- All Teams   6:30PM
  Florence Darlington Tech vs Chattanooga State  7:30PM
Saturday February 25 Pitt Community College vs Cecil College  10AM
  Chattanooga State vs Potomac State College 12:30PM
  Cecil College vs Florence Darlington Tech 3PM
  Chattanooga State vs Pitt Community College  5:30PM
  Potomac State College vs Florence Darlington Tech 8PM
Sunday February 26 Potomac State College vs Cecil College  1PM
  Florence Darlington Tech vs Pitt Community College  3:30PM

 

All Games are 7 inning games. Games will start 30 minutes after the previous game ends

Home Team is listed first and will be located in the 1st base dugout.

After game 1 on Friday night, we plan to have all 5 teams on the field to be introduced. Former FDT Stinger, John Taylor, who won back to back national championships with the University of South Carolina and is now in the Mariners organization, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch of the Homerun Derby.

BP in Cages

There will be no In and Out. There are cages and tees located down the RF line that teams will be able to use. Each team gets 30 minutes. The home team has the cage 75 minutes prior to game time. The visiting team has the cage 45 minutes prior to game time.

Admission

Friday Pass- Adult- $5 Student (K-12th grade)- $3

Saturday Pass- Adult- $10 Student (K-12th grade)- $6

Sunday Pass- Adult- $5 Student (K-12th grade)- $3

Tournament Pass- Adult- $12  Student (K-12th grade)- $8

Concession Stand

There will be a concession stand open for all games.

Souvenirs

There will be Tournament t-shirts and Media guides for sale at all games.

Homerun Derby

Each team will have 2 participants in the First round (10 total participants). Each team will draw a number (1 through 5) to determine what order the teams will hit in. For example, the team that draws #1 will go first and sixth with their 2 participants. Each participant will get 10 outs. The top 2 homerun hitters will move on to the championship round and their homerun total will start back at zero for the championship round. Whichever of the 2 championship round participants went first in the first round, they will also go first in the championship round (regardless of first round homeruns hit). The player who hits the most homeruns in the championship round will be our Champion. Each team will provide their own BP thrower.