Texas Collegiate League Rules Leage Eligibility:
Players competing in the Texas Collegiate League must have completed their freshman years in college and must have a minimum of one season of collegiate eligibility remaining.
Team Roster Size:
A Texas Collegiate League team shall have a maximum of 25 players on its active roster for any regular season or post-season game.
Each Texas Collegiate League team will play 60 regular season games.
The top two teams in each of the divisions will compete in a best of three series. The first place team hosts the first and third (if necessary) games with the second place team hosting the second game. The championship round consists of the winner of each division series competing in a best of three series. The team in the championship series with the best regular season record hosts the first and third (if necessary) games.
In the event of a tie in the standings of determining playoff teams or a tie in regular season records to determine home field advantage, the first tiebreaker will be based upon the record of head-to-head competition between the teams in question. The second tiebreaker will be the regular season record against the other teams in the same division of the teams in question.
Length of Games:
All games are scheduled for nine innings with the exception of doubleheaders when both games are scheduled for seven innings each. There will be no tie games in the Texas Collegiate League.
Officail Playing Rules
The Official Playing Rules of the Texas Collegiate League are the Baseball Rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, except in a few cases where rules have been modified for TCL play.