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Baseball Team Holding Prospect and Youth Camps During Holidays

 

 

Nov. 29, 2012

Online Registration: High School Prospect Clinic | Youth Baseball Camp
More Information: Villanova Baseball Camps Website

VILLANOVA, Pa.--High school prospects and youth baseball players of all ability levels will have the chance to receive valuable instruction on the fundamentals of baseball from the Villanova coaching staff and members of the Wildcats baseball team.  Villanova will hold a clinic for high school players on Friday, December 28 at All Star Baseball Academy in West Chester and will also have a youth camp for players ages 7-12 on campus at the Pavilion on Saturday, December 29. 

Below is additional information on each camp.  See the link at the top of this release for online registration and also visit http://www.villanovabaseballcamps.com for more information. 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28

Villanova High School Indoor Prospect Clinic

All Star Baseball Academy (West Chester)

Time: Pitcher and Catchers (11:00-2:00); Position Players (1:00-5:30)

Cost: $175.00

Description

The Villanova Indoor Winter Prospect Clinic offers an opportunity for high school players to receive valuable instruction and evaluation on the fundamental skills of baseball.  Players will choose a defensive position and be grouped by that position.  Each session will begin with a pro-style indoor workout.  Players will be evaluated in all aspects of offensive and defensive baseball.  Pitchers will throw full bullpens. 

General Information


 

 

This camp has a limited number of players.  Register now to secure a spot.

Schedule

11:00                           Pitchers and Catchers Report

11:00-12:00                 Pitcher and Catcher Informative Talk/Q&A Session

12:00-12:30                 Defensive Workout/Pitchers Fielding Practice

12:30-2:00                   Live Bullpens

 

1:00                             Position Players Report

1:00-3:00                     Defensive Sessions

3:00-5:30                     Live Batting Practice/Modified Game 

Players Receive

One day of elite professional instruction and evaluation

Opportunity to meet and learn from current Villanova University coaching staff

Official Villanova baseball t-shirt

Equipment

Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment.  Players should bring a glove, bat, cleats/spikes, helmet, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete.  Catchers must bring their own gear.

Facilities

All Star Baseball Academy has a FULL turf infield along with six batting tunnels and three bullpens. 

Check In

Players should check in about 30 minutes prior to the start of the clinic.

Camp Waiver Information

Medical forms will be attached to your e-mailed receipt and are available online.  Please print out the medical forms and bring them to the camp.

Meals

Meals will not be provided for this session.  Please bring a snack from home if you would like. 

Accommodations

This is not an overnight camp.  Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own hotel accommodations. 

Merchandise

Villanova baseball merchandise will be available for sale during the clinic.

Contact Information

Questions regarding Villanova Baseball Camps can be directed to Nick Weisheipl at 610-519-5520 or by e-mail at nicholas.weisheipl@villanova.edu.

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29

 Villanova Youth Holiday Camp

The Pavilion

Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Cost: $80.00

Description

The Villanova Youth Baseball Camp offers an opportunity for players ages 7-12 to receive valuable instruction and evaluation on the fundamental skills of baseball.  The Villanova University Baseball staff and members of the Wildcats baseball team will focus on teaching efficient mechanics for throwing, hitting, fielding base running and the mental aspects of the game.  Campers will be made aware of the characteristics that define successful baseball players.  Players will be grouped by age.

Players Receive

One day of elite professional instruction

Opportunity to meet and learn from current Villanova University coaching staff and players

Official Villanova baseball t-shirt

Equipment

Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment.  Players should bring a glove, bat, cleats/spikes, helmet, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete.  Catchers must bring their own gear.

Camp Features

Hitting Skills

Throwing

Fundamentals

Primary and Secondary Position Work

Defensive Drills

Base Running

Check In

Players should check in about 30 minutes prior to the start of the clinic.

Camp Waiver Information

Medical forms will be attached to your e-mailed receipt and are available online.  Please print out the medical forms and bring them to the camp. 

Meals

Meals will not be provided for this session.  Please bring a snack from home if you would like. 

Accommodations

This is not an overnight camp.  Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own hotel accommodations. 

Contact Information

Questions regarding Villanova Baseball Camps can be directed to Nick Weisheipl at 610-519-5520 or by e-mail at nicholas.weisheipl@villanova.edu.

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