Homeschool World Series Association is a non-profit, distinctively Christ centered organization that supports varsity level homeschool baseball competition.
From their site
The Homeschool World Series Association (HWSA) was formed in April 2000 when a group of homeschool baseball program directors and coaches, including Lori Cochran (Houston, TX) and Jeff Hartline (Nashville, TN), united in the joint effort to plan and organize a national homeschool baseball tournament. Six teams representing six different states competed in the inaugural Homeschool World Series, which was hosted by the Nashville (Middle Tennessee) Monarchs at Lipscomb University in Nashville. The Houston HCYA Eagles took possession of the Championship Cup at the first Homeschool World Series, with the Atlanta Barons as first runner-up. The original member teams were Houston Eagles, Atlanta Barons, Nashville Monarchs, Huntsville Falcons, Virginia Beach Breakers, and Wichita Warriors.
Visit HWSA website for more of their history and purpose, details on student/team eligibility, schedules and costs.