Welcome to the Ryan Lemmon Foundation website!
Ryan Lemmon Foundation - Event Bar
|EVENT||AGE LEVEL(S) - CLICK FOR DETAILS|
|2020 Winter Varsity|
Jan 06 - Feb 13, 2020
The Ryan Lemmon Foundation Winter Varsity Baseball League at Ryan Lemmon Stadium, Windrow Park, Irvine.
Locations: Ryan Lemmon Stadium - Windrow Park
|2020 Spring Invitational|
Mar 28 - Apr 02, 2020
The Ryan Lemmon Foundation Spring Invitational.
Winners: Trophy Champion and Consolation
Locations: Great Park Baseball Complex Irvine
|2020 Senior Baseball Showcase|
Jun 05 - Jun 07, 2020
Complete as much Player Profile information to be used by announcer There is no Charge to the players The Senior Showcase features the Ten Orange County California leagues-The top players from each league compete in a game to culminate their senior year. All teams selected by the league coaches.
Locations: Ryan Lemmon Stadium Irvine
|2020 Sophomore Baseball Showcase|
Jun 06 - Jun 06, 2020
An elite group of Sophomores (Class of 2022) have been nominated to participate in the 13th Annual Ryan Lemmon Foundation Sophomore Showcase & Game.
In order to participate in the showcase, players must be nominated by their high school Varsity coach
Once all the nominations are received, players chosen will be sent an email advising them of their participation. They will then sign up and pay. After that you will receive an email with instructions about the day.
Locations: Ryan Lemmon Stadium Windrow Park Irvine
|2020 Futures League|
Sep 12 - Nov 14, 2020
The Ryan Lemmon Foundation is pleased to offer the Futures League to help the High School programs provide a Non Varsity team for the Fall season. Many schools have had to cut this type of program due to budget cuts. The Foundation is a conduit to the community to continue these high school programs. Players are chosen by their high school varsity coach to participate.YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED UNTIL YOU PAY
Locations: Ryan Lemmon Stadium , Windrow Park Various High Schools
|2020 Fall Varsity|
Sep 15 - Nov 19, 2020
The Ryan Lemmon Foundation will be conducting the high school varsity baseball league. It will be played September 15th to November 19th. All games will take place at the Ryan Lemmon Stadium, Windrow Park, Great Park, Irvine
Locations: Ryan Lemmon Stadium - Windrow Park-Great Park
THE RYAN LEMMON FOUNDATION
The Ryan Lemmon Foundation was created in 1995* as a non profit organization. The Foundation mission and purpose is to provide organizational and financial support to the high school baseball programs in the Southern California region.
The Foundation’s “flagship” event is the South Orange County Showcase for area seniors, now in its seventeenth year. The June event is an All-Star baseball two day event that includes 48 high schools. The event is televised throughout the summer and is the crowning highlight for many young men’s high school athletic career. The Foundation also hosts the Orange County high school Fall and Winter leagues. Starting with June 2006, the Foundation has added a Sophomore Showcase to its programs.
The Foundation is dedicated to helping student athletes pursue their athletic career beyond high school by offering scholarships. These scholarships are awarded to deserving young men who through hard work, on the field and in the class room have earned the respect of coaches, teachers and peers. They have demonstrated good sportsmanship and positive attitudes.
The Foundation relies on contributions. Get involved by clicking on the donations or sponsorships page. You can purchase an ad in the program, buy a banner, monetary contribution, or be a corporate sponsor. These contributions help support the student athletes with scholarships.
Ryan Lemmon was a lifetime Irvine resident who graduated from Woodbridge High School in June 1993. His accomplishments included being a four year varsity starter in baseball and he was awarded the Scholar Athlete at Woodbridge in 1993. He died in a car accident following his first year of college at Pepperdine. With the Irvine City Council’s approval and the broad support of the community the main field at Windrow Park was renamed Ryan Lemmon Stadium. A life size bronze statue is prominent at the park recognizing him and symbolizing the virtues of youth athletics. Following Ryan’s death, his Father formed the Foundation as a means of creating a way to “give back” to the baseball community.