2017 Pitching/Catching and Hitting Camps
Bluffton University Baseball announces winter camp
The Bluffton University baseball program will host a pitching/catching camp and a hitting camp on Jan. 22, 2017 for grades 9-12.
Both camps are designed to be similar to one of our practices giving the campers the experience of a college practice. The pitching/catching camp will be from 11-2 p.m. and the hitting camp from 3-6 p.m. Campers will receive instruction in the fundamentals of each skill through a variety of drills and activities. Each pitcher will throw a bullpen at the end of their session. The hitting camp will feature an instructional period and multiple drills and stations to reinforce the skills being taught. The camps are also a great way to spend a day working with our coaching staff and preparing for your upcoming season.
COST: $50 FOR ONE CAMP. $90 FOR BOTH. (Campers who are planning to participate in both camps should be sure to pack a snack or lunch for between camps.) All participants will receive a Bluffton baseball t-shirt. Campers should bring their own equipment (glove, catchers gear, batting helmet, bat, etc.).
This is a great opportunity for you to work with the Bluffton University baseball coaching staff and get a jump start on your upcoming season.
Registration is closed for the 2017 camps.
For more information contact Coach Grandey at 419-358-3292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE BEAVERS:
Over the past 13 years, Bluffton has produced five 2nd Team All-Mideast Region selections and four 3rd team selections. 2013 grad and all-time leading hitter, Kyle Niermann, became the first player to be selected 1st Team ABCA All-Mideast Region. The program has also produced 14 1st Team All-HCAC players, including 2014 HCAC Freshmen of the Year Luke Hickey. In 2015, the program had seven Academic All-HCAC nominees. 2014 grad Tim Webb was named 3rd Team Academic All-American, the first player in school history to earn that honor. The Beavers play in the very competitive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) and play a difficult non-conference schedule.