This Week in Team USA: March 27-April 2

By Connect Sports Staff, March 27, 2017

Connect Sports is excited to present to you the latest events in the world of Team USA. Here is what to look for March 27-April 2.

USA Baseball

Event: National High School Invitational

The NHSI is a 16-team, single-elimination tournament. Each participating team is guaranteed to play four games. The NHSI presents participating athletes with national exposure and provides the opportunity for the best teams in the country to compete against each other.

When: March 29-April 1

Where: USA Baseball National Training Complex, Cary, N.C.

Participants: 16 teams

Up for bid again: N/A

Streaming/Broadcast: Seven games will be streamed on, including the championship game.

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Event: Elite BMX National Championships

The U.S. Collegiate Championships shows the best synchronized swimming college athletes. This year’s competition will be held at Ohio State where their state-of-the-art facilities will help propel the teams to showcase their talent. This competition, in particular, showcases a relationship that is built off of teamwork and dedication.

When: March 31-April 2

Where: Novant Health BMX SuperCross Track; Rock Hill, South Carolina

Participants: 200

Spectators: 1,000

Up for bid again: April 2017

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Event: U.S. Freestyle Championships Moguls

The top Moguls skiers in the country will complete for the US National title in Steamboat Colorado this March 2017.

When: March 31-April 2

Where: Steamboat Ski Resort, Colorado

Participants: 150

Spectators: 1,500

Up for bid again: 2018

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