Three outstanding college coaches joined forces in 2006 to form King of the Hill, it has been providing teams with an outstanding competitive environment to test the skills of the players and the teamwork of club teams since. This is a Championship Format with excellent-well recognized teams competing for the trophy annually.

In addition, the individual player is exposed to a high number, over 70, and quality of college coaches in attendance. Players are watched during the round robin games, playoff games, and the All-Star game played on the last evening. Over 70 different colleges attended in 2017 with one college saying on his way home, “This is top notch, I have a number of players on my roster I found at King of the Hill, thanks for having me.”

Each team is scheduled a practice session on the first day along with a pool game. The second day consists of 3 games. In the evening the games become very competitive when the playoff brackets are announced with the Championship in site. Each team will play at least one game on the final day of the tournament.


Chris Bates

Head Coach- Episcopal Academy