The Chatsworth High School baseball program needs your help.
The Chatsworth High School Baseball Program is one of the most well-known and elite high school baseball programs in the country. Led by head coach, Tom Meusborn and a dedicated staff of coaches, this program has become a perennial national powerhouse over the years.
It takes thousands of dollars each year to maintain an elite program such as this that gives San Fernando Valley, CA youth the opportunity to develop both physically and mentally into colligate athletes, professional baseball players and outstanding citizens.
The program's primary revenue source is fees paid by the families, and donations received from generous individuals and businesses. Without the support of local community businesses, families and friends of the program we would be unable to reach the financial requirements to provide the players with the quality baseball program desired.
Our 2015/16 season online fundraising goal is $10,000 which will help us to offset some of the many costs, fees, equipment and operating expenses. These funds allow us to continue growing a quality athletic program here in Chatsworth that you, our families and community can support and be proud of!
The 2015/16 Chatsworth High School Baseball Team
Chatsworth Baseball facts and figures:
L.A. City CIF Baseball Champions: 1983, 1990, 1991, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009 National Champions: 2003 & 2004
In 24 seasons, Meusborn had a record of 619-127-4, the best all-time in the state for a coach with 100 victories or more, and 67-16 in the playoffs. He guided the Chancellors to eight City Section and 19 West Valley League titles. The Chancellors appeared in a record seven consecutive City championship games from 2003 to 2009. His eight City titles are the most by a coach.
Meusborn led Chatsworth to a 33-1 record in 2003 and a 35-0 mark in 2004. The Chancellors were selected mythical national champions both seasons by several publications.
In 2011, Baseball America selected Chatsworth as the best high school program in the nation over the previous decade.