Wilbraham & Monson Academy has a long and rich tradition in America’s pastime. As one of the first independent schools to field a baseball team in the 1870s, WMA baseball is rooted in a strong sense of pride and a commitment to excel.
Over the years, our teams have won their share of honors, including back-to-back league titles in 2014 and 2015. Our approach to developing fine ballplayers and young men focuses on hard work, attention to detail, and respect for self and others. Our mantra is: “compete, team, think.”
WMA competes in the Western New England Prep Baseball League, which is comprised of 10 teams spanning Western Massachusetts and Connecticut, with one New York team. With an emphasis on teamwork and selfless play, we are committed to helping each and every ballplayer reach his potential as a high school player and, if appropriate, as a college prospect. For those interested in playing in college we can offer a strong network of college recruiting.
Recent WMA graduates have gone on to play at competitive college programs, including: the University of Hartford, Post University, Rollins College, University of Tampa, Franklin Pierce College, Endicott College and St. Andrews Presbyterian (NC).
WMA spends part of March playing and practicing at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla., where the Titans compete in spring training games against teams from throughout the country.