The Warrenville Cyclones are the traveling baseball program of the Warrenville Athletic Association (WAA) an affiliate organization of the Warrenville Park District. This program is focused towards WAA players and Warrenville Park District/ School District 200 residents ages 9 to 12, who are seeking a higher level of competition and who are willing to make a substantial commitment to playing baseball. Players are selected by their age group's coaching staff based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, performance level, commitment, ability, effort and attitude. Tryouts for the Cyclones program are held in August for the upcoming season. Cyclones Travel Baseball currently fields full-time teams at 10U, 11U and 12U age level that participate in the WSBL. Part-time tournament teams have also been formed at the 8u and 9u levels. Players at the 8u and 9u age groups must play in the WAA in house league for that playing season.
The full time Cyclones teams play (approx. 35-50 games), competing with other community traveling teams and in local and (possibly) out of state tournaments. Part time teams play approx 9-12 travel games while also playing a 14-16 game schedule with their in house teams. Teams train indoors beginning in early January and run through the winter months. Practices continue throughout the season, which typically runs from April 1, through mid to late July. There is a registration fee charged to each player to help cover the costs associated with this program. Every effort is made to keep registration fees as low as possible and this is accomplished via various fundraising programs conducted by each individual team. Player and families are required to participate in fundraising efforts. Sponsors also play a very important role in assisting with our travel program and are actively sought.