Sports & Recreation
The Old North State League started as a small dream between a Father and Son. The son a Professional Baseball Player at the time, and the Dad his biggest supporter and entrepreneur.
Alec Allred phoned his Dad, Reggie Allred, in late summer of 2018, on his way home to North Carolina from his Professional Team in Michigan. What started as a talking point to pass the time on the 10-hour car ride, soon transformed into one of the largest Summer Collegiate Baseball Leagues in the United States.
The Old North State League operates with 14 collegiate baseball teams, spanning from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic Coast.
The League is known for its player friendly aspects, top-notch stadiums, high quality gear, and minimal double-headers (just to name a few).
With its wacky logos, and fun social media presence, The League quickly amassed a large following in the Old North State and across the country.
The Goldsboro Wingmen will join the ONSL in the Summer of 2023. The Wingmen will play their games at the C35 Goldsboro Complex.
The Wingmen name is inspired by the large Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base located in Goldsboro.