The UBT afternoon pool consisted of teams that have played in multiple years’ worth of tournaments and have plenty of experience of being competitive. With all this experience, and after years of being runner-ups, one of these teams was finally going to win the tournament! This year’s teams were: Bumble Beeps, Cowboy BeepBop, Blind Luck…Read More →
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This year’s tournament (or should we say tournaments!) was filled with excitement, competitiveness… and most of all, fun! The morning bracket was comprised of four teams– Lighthouse for the Blind – St Louis, Team Layton (sponsored by Ameren Illinois), Emerson, and Mascoutah Eye Care. The morning bracket was meant to be more competitive, with all…Read More →
Belleville, IL, July 14th, 2021– MindsEye’s nationally competitive BeepBall team, the Gateway Archers, is currently preparing for their National Beep Baseball Association (NBBA) World Series Debut in Wichita, Kansas July 26-31. BeepBall is an adaptive form of baseball that allows athletes of all visual abilities to play together. All BeepBall players are blindfolded, except for the sighted…Read More →