Dugan Invitational Collegiate Baseball Tournament at Majestic Park
Location: Majestic Park, 105 West Belding
9 College Teams From Four States to Play February 3 – 6 In Dugan Invitational Tournament to Inaugurate Tourney Play at Hot Springs’ Majestic Park Baseball Complex
Nine college baseball teams from four states will compete February 3 – 6, 2022, to inaugurate tournament play at the new Majestic Park baseball complex in Hot Springs.
Tickets at the gate will be: $8 (Adults), $5 (Ages 5-17) & Kids 5 & Under are Free!
Thursday Feb. 3, 2022
11amMissouri Western Vs. Henderson State
2pmNorthwest Missouri Vs. Southern Arkansas
5pmRogers State Vs. Ouachita Baptist
Friday Feb 4, 2022
10amHarding Vs. Rogers State
1pm Southern Arkansas Vs. Missouri Western
4pmDelta State Vs. Northwest Missouri
7pmHenderson Vs. Northeastern State
Saturday Feb 5, 2022
10amRogers State Vs. Southern Arkansas
1pmNortheastern State Vs. Ouachita Baptist
4pmMissouri Western Vs. Ouachita Baptist
7pmDelta State Vs. Harding
2pm (@HSU)Northwest Missouri Vs. Henderson State
Sunday Feb 6, 2022
10amOuachita Baptist Vs. Northwest Missouri
1pmHarding Vs. Missouri Western
4pmSouthern Arkansas Vs. Northeastern State
12pm (@HSU)Henderson State VS. Delta State
The tournament will be named the Dugan Invitational Tournament in honor of Mike Dugan, the late Hot Springs baseball historian who spearheaded the creation of Majestic Park, according to Visit Hot Springs CEO Steve Arrison.
“Teams from Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi and Oklahoma will compete in the first of what will become a long list of tournaments to be held on this amazing baseball facility,” Majestic Park General Manager Derek Phillips said. “We’ll have 2021 conference champions and conference runners-up competing in a first-class tournament setting.
“South Arkansas University and Henderson State University, both will be on hand. SAU won the [Great American Conference] regular season and HSU won the conference tournament. Conferences represented will be the Great American Conference (GAC), the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) and the Gulf South Conference (GSC).
“Henderson State’s participation is especially significant because Mike Dugan was the former sports information director at HSU.”