Wanted to share this information with all of you. We had an absolutely horrible experience dealing with this league. My player arrived a few days late because of a commitment to his school and found that he would be staying with a total of seven people in a one-bedroom condo, even though the website says players are guaranteed a two-bedroom condo at the very least. The condo was so stuffed that players were sleeping on the floor in the kitchen next to the refrigerator. My player was forced to keep all of his belongings in his car in the SC heat because there was simply no room to put anything anywhere in this overbooked condo. Constant complaints to management finally led to him moving to a better condo six days later, but 30 minutes away from the field - even though the BCBL website says all housing is 5-10 minutes from fields. Then, about 12 days before the conclusion of the league, my player was abruptly told he needed to move out of this second condo or the police would come and haul him away. The condo had been rented to someone else. My player was told he would have to temporarily move to a motel in North Myrtle Beach that other players told him was unsafe, that the doors to the rooms would not even lock. My player by then was completely fed up, fearing he would be essentially homeless for the rest of the month, so he drove home and left for good.
If you have read this far, you must know the person we had dealt with was Sean Lomas, the BCBL commissioner. He is extremely unprofessional and smug about how he treats people. We paid $1750 for my player to compete in a summer league and feel like we were ripped off. It's a shame because my player enjoyed his BCBL team's coach and fellow players. All he wanted was an adequate place to stay.