The history of Grayson College's baseball program is both long and short. After 20 years without baseball as a varsity sport, Grayson College resurrected the Vikings Baseball program in 1996. By 1998, GC had already made a significant mark in the ranks of college baseball and have since taken the National Junior College World Series by storm.
The 1999 team won the NJCAA National Championship in record style, undefeated; the first team to do so in the record books. Not be known as a one-time wonder, the 2000 team returned to the JUCO World Series and again captured the National Championship. GC is only the 6th school in the history of the tournament to win back-to-back championships. In 2008, The Vikings would once again bring home the National Championship trophy in grand fashion, going undefeated for the 2nd time in the tournament. Grayson's 3 National Championships are tied for the most in the country during that time span.
While the GC program has enjoyed national attention, so have many of the players who have had opportunities to move into university and professional play. Many young men have signed professional contracts, and many more have received four-year university scholarships.