James J. Colt was born in Hazleton, PA on or about 1899. He died in January 1967.
For 10 years of his life, beginning in 1950, Colt sought permission from the State of NJ to operate a 6 million dollar racetrack on the 1,000 acre parcel of land he owned in Secaucus, NJ (this area is currently the site of the Meadowlands Sports Complex). Failure to get the necessary license from the NJ Racing Commission was "the big diappointment of his life", according to statements made by his brother (Philip Colt) upon James Colt's death in 1967.
On the contrary, one of Colt's greatest accomplishments was founding the Ocean Township Little League (OTLL) program. Equally as important is the fact that the entire OTLL Colt Field Complex (on Logan Road) property was donated by the Colt Family with the understanding that the land always be used solely for OTLL and that OTLL continue to be affiliated with Little League International (Williamsport, PA).
There are several pictures upstairs in the OTLL clubhouse of the groundbreaking ceremony, different phases of construction, etc. These pictures are all dated circa 1959.
Congratulations to the 11u BB Allstar team on winning the D11 Championship!
Congratulations to the 10u Softball All Star team on winning the D11 Championship!
Congratulations to the 8u BB All Star team on the winning the Neptune tournament!
Congratulations Junior SB D11 Champs!
"Baseball been berry, berry good to me," - Chico Escuela
2811 Logan Rd.
OCean, NJ 07712
Ocean Township Little League
President - Dave Krenkel
Executive VP of Jr. Baseball - Hal Greenspan
Executive VP of Baseball - Brad Andrus
Executive VP of Softball - Steve Hough
Secretary - Joey Robinson
Treasurer - Mike Rosell
Player Agent - Lisa Krenkel
Safety Officer - Jon Andrus
Information Officer - Zach Stewart
Umpire in Chief - Allie Squillante
Fields Supervisor - Kevin Martin
Facilities Coordinator - Nick Case
Coaching Coordinator - Vin Volek
Fundraising - Mike Legg
Uniforms and Equipment - Ralph Boeckman
Concessions Coordinator - Chris Lapinski