Intercollegiate baseball at the College of William and Mary has a history which began over a century ago with with organization of the first varsity baseball team in 1895. Since then the team has won seven conference championships, two of which with the Colonial Athletic Association, and has made four appearances in the NCAA Division 1 College Baseball Championship tournament. Since 1997, MLB teams have drafted twenty-six players out of the College. Seven players have been drafted within the first ten rounds, including Bill Bray with the 13th overall pick in 2004. A total of thirty-two players from William and Mary have been selected in the MLB Amateur Draft era. Eleven former Tribe standouts have gone on to play in the Majors. Numerous other players have been awarded and recognized by the NCAA, the College itself, and other organizations for their efforts on the diamond.