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28th BFA Asian Baseball Championship Schedule And Results

28th BFA Asian Baseball Championship Schedule And Results

Eight teams. Two groups. China (Group B) dropped out due to administrative and scheduling reasons.

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43rd Industrial League Championships Schedule

First Round
Gm Date Time First Base Score Third Base
1 2017/11/02 Thu 11:00 明治安田生命
Meiji Yasuda Seimei
和歌山箕島球友会
Wakayama Minoshima Kyuyukai
2     14:30 ホンダ
Honda
王 子
Oji
3     18:00 三菱重工神戸・高砂
Mitsubishi Juko Kobe Takasago
フェデックス
FedEx
4 2017/11/03 Fri 11:00 JR西日本
JR Nishi Nihon
NTT東日本
NTT Higashi Nihon
5     14:30 JR九州
JR Kyushu
新日鉄住金かずさマジック
Shin Nittetsu Sumikin Kazusa Magic
6     18:00 JR東日本東北
JR Higashi Nihon Tohoku
新日鉄住金広畑
Shin Nittetsu Sumikin Hirohata
7 2017/11/04 Sat 11:00 JX-ENEOS
JX-ENEOS
日本生命
Nihon Seimei
8     14:30 日本通運
Nippon Tsuun
沖縄電力
Okinawa Denryoku
9     18:00 JR北海道クラブ
JR Hokkaido Club
日立製作所
Hitachi Seisakusho
10 2017/11/05 Sun 14:30 大阪ガス
Osaka Gas
三菱自動車岡崎
Mitsubishi Jidosha Okazaki
11     18:00 東京ガス
Tokyo Gas
NTT西日本
NTT Nishi Nihon
12 2017/11/06 Mon 09:00 日本製紙石巻
Nippon Seishi Ishinomaki
トヨタ自動車
Toyota Jidosha
13     12:00 JR四国
JR Shikoku
東 芝
Toshiba
14     15:00 JR東日本
JR Higashi Nihon
三菱重工広島
Mitsubishi Juko Hiroshima
15     18:00 ヤマハ
Yamaha
パナソニック
Panasonic
16 2017/11/07 Tue 11:00 新日鉄住金鹿島
Shin Nittetsu Sumikin Kashima
日本新薬
Nippon Shinyaku
Second Round
Gm Date Time First Base Score Third Base
17 2017/11/07 Tue 14:30 試合6の勝者
Game 6 Winner
試合1の勝者
Game 1 Winner
18     18:00 試合4の勝者
Game 4 Winner
試合2の勝者
Game 2 Winner
19 2017/11/08 Wed 11:00 試合12の勝者
Game 12 Winner
試合11の勝者
Game 11 Winner
20     14:30 試合3の勝者
Game 3 Winner
試合13の勝者
Game 13 Winner
21     18:00 試合7の勝者
Game 7 Winner
試合10の勝者
Game 10 Winner
22 2017/11/09 Thu 11:00 試合5の勝者
Game 5 Winner
試合14の勝者
Game 14 Winner
23     14:30 試合16の勝者
Game 16 Winner
試合8の勝者
Game 8 Winner
24     18:00 試合15の勝者
Game 15 Winner
試合9の勝者
Game 9 Winner
Quarterfinals
Gm Date Time First Base Score Third Base
25 2017/11/10 Fri 09:00 試合17の勝者
Game 17 Winner
試合18の勝者
Game 18 Winner
26     12:00 試合19の勝者
Game 19 Winner
試合20の勝者
Game 20 Winner
27     15:00 試合21の勝者
Game 21 Winner
試合22の勝者
Gane 22 Winner
28     18:00 試合23の勝者
Game 23 Winner
試合24の勝者
Game 24 Winner
Semifinals
Gm Date Time First Base Score Third Base
29 2017/11/11 Sat 14:30 試合25の勝者
Game 25 Winner
試合26の勝者
Game 26 Winner
30     18:00 試合27の勝者
Game 27 Winner
試合28の勝者
Game 28 Winner
Finals
Gm Date Time First Base Score Third Base
31 2017/11/12 Sun 15:00 試合29の勝者
Game 29 Winner
試合30の勝者
Game 30 Winner
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[10/2/2017] Kotaro Kiyomiya (Waseda Jitsuygo) NPB Meetings

Kotaro Kiyomiya (Waseda Jitsuygo) NPB Meetings.

  • Orix Buffaloes
    • Hideki Morikawa (assistant director), Takaharu Nakagawa (chief amatuer scout)
    • Posting System = open to discussion.
  • Yokohama Bay Stars
    • Tatsuhiro Hagiwara (division chief), Mitsunori Kakehata (Nishi Nihon chief scout), Takashi Yoshida (chief scout)
    • Kiyomiya asked about Yoshitomo Tsutsugo’s development.
  • Softbank Hawks
    • Ryutaro Fukuyama (assistant chief amatuer scout), Kazuo Ogawa (director player development, chief scout), Shogo Yamamoto (scout), Hidehiko Mikasa (deputy director)
    • The Hawks gave an explanation about their farm system and facilities. They showed him a twenty page pamphlet with information about their facilities and the video archive system that is accessible through iPads.
    • The Hawks stressed the importance of the development process. They used Yuki Yanagita as an example.
    • The Hawks told Kiyomiya they wanted him to join their organization.
    • Kiyomiya did not ask any questions.
    • Posting System = up until now, no.
  • Seibu Lions
    • Haruhiko Suzuki (director), Hisanobu Watanabe (senior director)
    • The Lions explained the development process for players in their system. Mentioned how they have experience with players out of high school.
    • Kiyomiya’s father asked about the current state of the Lions’ facilities.
  • Yomiuri Giants
    • Kaoru Okazaki (chief scout), Kazuo Ishii (president), Yoshitaka Katori (general manager)
    • Posting System = generally no.
  • Yakult Swallows
    • Satoshi Kashibuchi (scout), Keiichi Sakai (scout)
    • The Swallows provided Kiyomiya with information about Ni-gun facilities. They also used Tetsuto Yamada as an example of their development program.
    • Kiyomiya’s father asked about what is going to happen to Jingu Stadium during the Olympics.
    • Kiyomiya mentioned that he has a lot of friends that are Yakult Swallows fans.
  • Chunichi Dragons
    • Muneo Nakada (chief scout), Eiji Shotsu (scout)
    • The Dragons expressed serious interest in Kiyomiya and told him they were thinking about selecting him with their first pick.
    • The Dragons did not prepare any physical materials.
  • Hanshin Tigers
    • Noriyoshi Sano (chief scout), Shunji Hatayama (chief scout), Kazuya Nagayoshi (amatuer scout director)
    • The Tigers informed Kiyomiya that they wanted to select him with their first pick.
  • Rakuten Eagles
    • Masahiko Goseki (scout), Yoshinori Okihara (scout), Tetsuro Nagashima (chief scout)
    • The Eagles talked about their facilities, particularly the natural grass as Kobo Park Miyagi.
    • The Eagles looked to players like Yuki Matsui, Louis Okoye, Tomohiro Anraku, and Shoma Fujihira as examples of high school players they developed.
  • Chiba Lotte Marines
    • Yoshinari Nagano (chief scout), Kenji Morozumi (scout)
    • The Marines created a presentation explaining their player development process. They mentioned players like Kazuya Fukuura, Toshiaki Imae, and Tsuyoshi Nishioka.
    • The Marines also gave Kiyomiya two bags of Lotte sweets.

Kiyomiya was joined by his parents and Waseda Jitsugyo Baseball Director Takayuki Kunisada. Each team had about thirty minutes.

The Hiroshima Carp are not planning to select Kiyomiya with their first pick because he does not fit their style of play (if they select a position player, they want someone with more speed). They could instead focus their efforts on players like Shosei Nakamura (Koryo HS), Katsuki Azuma (Ritsumeikan), Daiki Tajima (JR Higashi Nihon), Hiroshi Suzuki (Yamaha), and Kohei Suzuki (Hitachi).

There was no mention of the posting system or the MLB during any of the talks.

The Nippon Ham Fighters canceled their morning meeting with Kiyomiya today due to a conflict in schedule. They are planning to see him on another day.

Source: Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/2/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/3/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/3/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/3/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/3/2017, Nikkan Sports 10/3/2017Daily Sports 10/2/2017, Daily Sports 10/2/2017, Daily Sports 10/2/2017, Daily Sports 10/2/2017, Daily Sports 10/3/2017Sponichi 10/2/2017, Sanspo 10/2/2017, Sanspo 10/2/2017, Sanspo 10/3/2017, Sanspo 10/3/2017, Sanspo 10/3/2017, Sanspo 10/3/2017, Sports Hochi 10/3/2017, Sports Hochi 10/3/2017, Sponichi 10/3/2017, Sponichi 10/3/2017, Sponichi 10/3/2017, Sponichi 10/3/2017, Tokyo Sports 10/3/2017

[UPDATE 10/4 @ 3:42pm]

The Fighters currently have no plans to meet Kiyomiya before the draft.

Source: Sponichi 10/4/2017

[UPDATE 10/7 @ 3:13am]

Swallows Senior Director told reporters on October 6 that they will probably select Kiyomiya with their first pick.

Source: Sponichi 10/6/2017


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[10/2/2017] Kansai University’s Takahiro Yamamoto tosses a perfect game

Takahiro Yamamoto (Kansai U) tossed a perfect game against Kinki University on October 1. He threw 110 pitches, struck out ten, and recorded seven infield outs and ten outfield outs. He is the second pitcher in Kansai Big 6 Baseball League history to record a perfect game (the other was Kensaku Someda in 2004).

Source: Sponichi 10/2/2017

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[9/21/2017] Waseda Jitsugyo High School’s Kotaro Kiyomiya to enter 2017 NPB draft

Waseda Jitsugyo announced today that Kotaro Kiyomiya is scheduled to hold a press conference tomorrow. He is expected to make an announcement about his plans.

Source: ZakZak 9/21/2017

[UPDATE 9/22 @ 6:37pm and 9/23 @ 1:32am]

Kiyomiya held a press conference in Kokubunji, Tokyo earlier today and announced that he plans to submit a draft eligibility form.

Various notes

  • He made his decision after he returned from Canada.
  • There was no one deciding factor, but it was always a dream to play professionally and he wanted to play at a higher level.
  • He made the decision on his own, without help from anyone in particular.
  • His manager looked happy when he told him his decision.
  • His parents will support his decision.
  • He is okay about joining any of the twelve NPB teams. He will go anywhere that will help him grow.
    • He and his father are Hanshin Tigers fans.
  • His ideal professional baseball player is Sadaharu Oh. It is also his dream to become a home run king.
  • Softbank, Rakuten, Nippon Ham, Lotte, Yokohama, Yomiuri, Chunichi, and Yakult might all be interested in him.
    • Tigers’ President Keiichiro Yotsufuji told reporters today they plan to use their first round pick on him.
    • Every NPB team other than Orix might be interested him.
  • His dream is still to play in the Majors. It is his final goal.
  • He enrolled at to Waseda Jitsugyo because he was originally planning to go to Waseda University. He wanted to go to Waseda University because he wanted to play some rugby there. But after he got into high school, things changed. He never really considered going straight to the Majors.
  • He is still very disappointed about not winning a Koshien tournament.
  • The big changing point in his life may have been when he won a world championship little league title. That may have been the reason why he picked baseball over rugby.
  • He has not really thought about how he wants to go to the Majors (as in posting system or free agency). A lot will depend on what kind of player he becomes.
  • If he went to college, economics may have been his major.
  • He is not thinking about getting a degree through online or correspondence courses.
  • NHK and Fuji TV displayed the news of his decision as flash updates. TV Asahi showed bits of the press conference during an information program. Incidentally, I heard about it from a co-worker during a meeting (their mobile phone dropped an alert).
  • The press conference was held a Waseda Jitsugyo’s Tetsuya Komuro’s Memorial Hall. There were about 130 members of the media from fifty companies and twelve TV cameras. Some members of the media arrived at the hall ninety minutes early.

Source: Tokyo Sports 9/22/2017, ZakZak 9/22/2017, ZakZak 9/22/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/22/2017, Nikkan Sports 9//22/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/22/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/22/2017, Spors Hochi 9/22/2017, Daily Sports 9/22/2017, Daily Sports 9/22/2017, Daily Sports 9/22/2017Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sponichi 9/22/2017, Sanspo 9/22/2017

[UPDATE 9/23 @ 1:15pm and 9/24 @ 1:52am]

Some more notes:

  • If the Hawks select Kiyomiya and they go to a lottery, Kimiyasu Kudo is thinking about asking Sadaharu Oh to draw the winning ticket. Source: Nikkan Sports 9/23/2017
    • The Hawks generally do not post players. They are not expected to make an exception for Kiyomiya. Since they have a deep team, they have the luxury of giving him to to grow at Ni-gun before using him at Ichi-gun. Source: Tokyo Sports 9/23/2017
  • The Carp like Kiyomiya, but they tend to go after players with connections to Hiroshima. Koryo’s Shosei Nakamura is a possibility. They also want a pitcher that can contribute right away. Source: Sponichi 9/23/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/23/2017, Sports Hochi 9/23/2017
  • The Buffaloes will most likely go after pitching with their first pick. Source: Daily Sports 9/23/2017
  • The Dragons like Kiyomiya and Nakamura. Source: Daily Sports 9/23/2017
  • The Tigers appear to be open to posting Kiyomiya. Source: Tokyo Sports 9/23/2017
  • There are three main reasons why Kiyomiya decided to enter the draft: making it to the national team twice, making it to the Koshien, and setting a new high school home run record. Source: Sponichi 9/23/2017
  • Kiyomiya might turn down a team he is not interested in. He will have a chance to talk to teams before the draft. If he rejected a team, he could try to enroll at a Japanese college, or head overseas and do some studying in the US. Source: Tokyo Sports 9/23/2017

[UPDATE 9/26 @ 7:40pm]

Notes from September 26

  • The Yokohama Bay Stars GM Shigeru Takada is open to the posting system. Source: Sports Hochi 9/26/2017
  • The Seibu Lions Senior Director Hisanobu Watanabe thinks the team might be a little low on pitching, but is still very high on Kiyomiya. Watanabe also thinks Kiyomiya is talented and young enough to move to another position, like third base or the outfield. Source: ZakZak 9/26/2017
  • The Hanshin Tigers held a scout meeting on September 25 and once again confirmed that Kiyomiya is their top pick. Source: Sponichi 9/26/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/26/2017

[UPDATE 9/27 @ 10:12pm]

Notes from September 27

  • The Orix Buffaloes are also apparently considering Kiyomiya for their first pick. They are not too concerned about their jam at first base. Source: Tokyo Sports 9/27/2017

[UPDATE 9/29 @ 2:40am]

Notes from September 28:

  • Scouts from the Softbank Hawks, Nippon Ham Fighters, Yakult Swallows, Seibu Lions, and Yomiuri Giants visited Waseda Jitsugyo on September 28 to submit their forms of interest. From about noon until past 3:00pm, scouts individually met with a school official in thirty minute increments. They submitted their forms of interest, as well as temiage (small gifts), which included items like yokan and chocolates. Source: Tokyo Sports 9/28/2017
  • Kiyomiya could begin talking to teams some time after October 1. Source: Nikkan Sports 9/28/2017
  • The Seibu Lions are preparing a presentation. Source: Sponichi 9/28/2017, Sanspo 9/28/2017
  • The Chunichi Dragons could meet Kiyomiya some time next week. Source: Daily Sports 9/28/2017

[UPDATE 9/30 @ 1:32am]

Notes from September 29:

  • The Hanshin Tigers also submitted a form of interest on September 28. Source: Sanspo 9/29/2017

[UPDATE 10/1 @ 2:22am]

Notes from September 30:

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[9/19/2017] Tie-break rules and start date for 90th Spring Koshien

The steering committee for the 90th Spring Koshien met in Osaka today. Tie-break rules will be added beginning next year. The rules will take effect in the thirteenth inning. Additional details will be decided later (some time by November).

Note: 131 games Spring/Summer tournament games have gone into extra innings since 2000. Of the 131 games, twenty-one required more than twelve innings, or about sixteen percent of all extra inning games.

The ninetieth Spring Koshien will feature thirty-six schools, four more than usual. Thirty-two schools will be regular selections, three twenty-first century selections, and one Jingu Tournament slot.

Regular Selection Regions

Hokkaido (one), Tohoku (three), Kanto/Tokyo (six), Hokushinetsu (three), Tokai (three), Kinki (six), Chugoku (three), Shikoku (three), Kyushu (four).

The Tohoku, Hokushinetsu, and Tokai regions will each have an extra slot compared to previous years. The Chugoku/Shikoku regions usually have two each and share one slot for a total of five, but will each have three.

The tournament will take place over thirteen days beginning on March 23, 2018. The selection committee will meet on January 26, 2018. Brackets will be decided on March 16, 2018.

Source: Sanspo 9/19/2017, Sanspo 9/19/2017, Nikkan Sports 9/19/2017, Daily Sports 9/19/2017Sponichi 9/19/2017, Sponichi 9/19/2017, Asahi 9/19/2017

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[9/15/2017] Japan Student Baseball Association Punishments

The Japan Student Baseball Association met on September 15 to determine punishments for the following cases:

High School

Game Suspensions

樹徳(群馬)
Jutoku (Gunma)
部員の部内暴力
Violence (internal)
8月26日から1カ月
One month beginning on August 26
横須賀(静岡)
Yokosuka (Shizuoka)
部員の喫煙
Smoking
9月1日から6カ月
Six months beginning on September 1
鵡川(北海道)
Mukawa (Hokkaido) 

Smoking
9月9日から1カ月
One month beginning on September 9
羽島(岐阜)
Hashima (Gifu)

Smoking
9月7日から1カ月
One month beginning on September 7
東海大浦安(千葉)
Tokai Dai Urayasu (Chiba)
部員の無銭飲食
Eating without paying
9月13日から1カ月
One month beginning on September 13
生野工(軟式)
Ikuno Kogyo (Rubber Baseball)
部員の喫煙、飲酒、無免許運転
Smoking, drinking, driving without a license
7月14日から1年間
One year beginning on July 14

Suspensions

美濃加茂(岐阜)の副部長と監督
Minokamo (Gifu) deputy director and manager
不適切指導
Inappropriate coaching
8月25日から6カ月
Six months beginning on August 25
糸島(福岡)の監督
Itoshima (Fukuoka) manager
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
8月18日から1年間
One year beginning on August 18
豊国学園(福岡)の部長と監督
Hokoku Gakuen (Fukuoka) director and manager
報告遅れ
Delayed report
ともに7月18日から6カ月
Six months beginning on July 18
柳井学園(山口)のコーチ
Yanai Gakuen (Yamaguchi) coach
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
7月21日から3カ月
Three months begining on July 21
星城(愛知)の部長
Seijo (Aichi) director
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
8月15日から6カ月
Six months beginning on August 15
近大泉州(大阪)の監督
KinDai Senshu (Osaka) manager
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
8月24日から3カ月
Three months beginning on August 24
富山第一(富山)の部長と監督
Toyama Daiichi (Toyama) director and manager
報告遅れ
Delayed report
もに9月1日から3カ月
Three months beginning on September 1
熱海(静岡)の監督
Atami (Shizuoka) manager
部内暴力と報告遅れ
Violence (internal) and delayed report
8月24日から3カ月
Three months beginning on August 24
西南学院(福岡)の監督
Seinan Gakuin (Fukuoka) manager
部内暴力と報告遅れ
Violence (internal) and delayed report
7月10日から6カ月
Six months beginning on July 10
南稜(埼玉)の監督
Nanryo (Saitama) manager
部内暴言と報告遅れ
Abusive language (internal) and delayed report
8月19日から3カ月
Three months beginning on August 19
鵬翔(宮崎)の部長
Hosho (Miyazaki) director
報告遅れ
Delayed report
8月12日から1カ月
One month beginning on August 12
聖和学園(宮城)の部長
Seiwa Gakuen (Miyagi) director
不適切指導(部内)
Inappropriate coaching (internal)
8月1日から1カ月
One month beginning on August 1
日本文理大付(大分)の監督と副部長
Nihon Bunri DaiFu (Oita) manager and deputy director
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
ともに9月4日から6カ月
Six months beginning on September 4
東洋大牛久(茨城)の監督
ToyoDai Ushiku (Ibaraki) manager
部内暴力
Violence (internal)
8月22日から1カ月
One month beginning on August 22

==

Source: Jiji 9/15/2017

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2017 Ehime Kokutai Schedule, Hardball Division

Gm Date Time Venue   Score  
First Round
1 10/07 08:30 Botchan 三本松(香川)
Sanbon Matsu
2-9 東海大菅生(東京)
TokaiDai Sugao
2   11:00 Botchan 盛岡大付(岩手)
Morioka DaiFu
10-2 明豊(大分)
Meiho
3   13:30 Botchan 済美(愛媛)
Saibi
4-6 大阪桐蔭(大阪)
Osaka Toin
4   16:00 Botchan 花咲徳栄(埼玉)
Hanasaki Tokuharu
6-3 仙台育英(宮城)
Sendai Ikuei
Second Round
5 10/08 08:30 Botchan 広陵(広島)
Koryo
10-1 天理(奈良)
Tenri
6   11:00 Botchan 津田学園(三重)
Tsuda Gakuen
4-2 日本文理(新潟)
Nihon Bunri
7   13:30 Botchan 東海大菅生(東京)
TokaiDai Sugao
5-0 盛岡大付(岩手)
Morioka DaiFu
8   16:00 Botchan 大阪桐蔭(大阪)
Osaka Toin
7-4 花咲徳栄(埼玉)
Hanasaki Tokuharu
Semifinals
9 10/09 08:30 Botchan 広陵(広島)
Koryo
10-4 東海大菅生(東京)
TokaiDai Sugao
10   11:30 Botchan 大阪桐蔭(大阪)
Osaka Toin
12-0 津田学園(三重)
Tsuda Gakuen
Finals
11 10/09 14:30 Botchan 広陵(広島)
Koryo
7-4 大阪桐蔭(大阪)
Osaka Toin

Note: Games on 10/6 were postponed due to rain.

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2017 Ehime Kokutai Schedule, Rubber Baseball Division

Gm Date Time Venue   Score  
First Round
1 10/07 09:00 Maruyama 登別明日(北海道)
Noboribetsu Akebi Chuto Kyoiku
0-1 仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
2   11:30 Maruyama 早大学院(東京)
Waseda Gakuin
4-0 富山商(富山)
Toyama Shogyo
Second Round
3 10/07 14:00 Maruyama 茗渓学園(茨城)
Meikei Gakuen
0-1 新田(愛媛)
Nitta
4 10/08 09:00 Maruyama 文徳(熊本)
Buntoku
7-0 専大北上(岩手)
SenDai Kitakami
5   11:30 Maruyama 篠山鳳鳴(兵庫)
Sasayama Homei
0-1 仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
6   14:00 Maruyama 早大学院(東京)
Waseda Gakuin
2-5 中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo
Semifinals
7 10/09 08:30 Maruyama 仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
3-1 新田(愛媛)
Nitta
8   11:00 Maruyama 文徳(熊本)
Buntoku
0-2 中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo
Finals
9 10/09 13:30 Maruyama 仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
1-6 中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo

Note: Games on 10/6 were postponed due to rain.


Game 1 – October 7 @ 09:00

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
登別明日(北海道)
Noboribetsu Akebi Chuto Kyoiku
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 1

Game 2 – October 7 @ 11:30

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
富山商(富山)
Toyama Shogyo
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
早大学院(東京)
Waseda Gakuin
0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 x 4

Game 3 – October 7 @ 14:00

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
新田(愛媛)
Nitta
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
茗渓学園(茨城)
Meikei Gakuen
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game 4 – October 8 @ 09:00

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
専大北上(岩手)
SenDai Kitakami
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x x 0
文徳(熊本)
Buntoku
0 5 0 0 0 2 x x x 7

Game 5 – October 8 @ 11:30

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R
篠山鳳鳴(兵庫)
Sasayama Homei
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1x 1

Game 6 – October 8 @ 14:00

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo
1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 5
早大学院(東京)
Waseda Gakuin
0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Game 7 – October 9 @ 08:30

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
新田(愛媛)
Nitta
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 x 3

Game 8 – October 9 @ 11:00

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R
中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
文徳(熊本)
Buntoku
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game 9 – October 9 @ 13:30

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R
仙台商(宮城)
Sendai Shogyo
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
中京学院大中京(岐阜)
Chukyo GakuinDai Chukyo
0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 x 6
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2017 Draft Eligible College Players

Below is a list of college players that have formally submitted draft eligibility forms. I will update this post as needed.

Last Updated: 10/13 @ 1:12am (104 players)

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