|July 31st - August 1st|
Ages: 12 - 14
Camp Ends: 4:00pm
Cost: $299 per Camper
**Includes Northwestern Baseball T-Shirt**
Northwestern University is offering a middle school age prospect camp that is an excellent opportunity for any and all players to be instructed by the Northwestern University Baseball staff. This camp was designed to give middle school aged players the opportunity to better understand what it takes to be a college baseball player, understand the showcase format and what college coaches look for, and to get personal skill instruction and feedback from the Northwestern Coaching Staff. Members of the Northwestern Baseball staff will be present and instructing at all times throughout the camps. The participants will be instructed in all phases of the game, including hitting, defense, pitching, base running, and showcase performance. This clinic will offer personal and group instruction. Each camper will receive lunch each day, an Under Armour Northwestern Baseball T-Shirt, and attention given to proper instruction and drills to enhance the skill level of each individual.
Proposed Camp Time: Camp will start check-in at 9:00am at Rocky & Berenice Miller Park. Each day camp will end at 4:00pm, and parents are expected to be available to pick their child up as close to that time as possible. If arrangements are needed for a later pickup, the Northwestern Baseball Staff is happy to try and accommodate all requests. Please reach out to, Coach Tad Skelley, at (847)-467-1211, or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
Site & Facility: The camp will be held on the campus of Northwestern University, located 10 miles north of Chicago. The camp will take place at Rocky & Berenice Miller Park and Trienens Hall (Indoor Hitting Facility) which is next to Rocky & Berenice Miller Park.
Additional Information: Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis until all positions are filled. Please note that it is extremely important to provide a valid email address, as our confirmation and all communication will be sent via email. Medical Release Forms must be completed online. *After receipt of application, no refunds will be given.
General Information: Each camper must bring their own baseball equipment. Players will need their own bat, glove, batting gloves, molded spikes, turfs, and catchers must bring their own gear. If you have any questions concerning camp, please contact the camp coordinator, Coach Tad Skelley, at (847)-467-1211, or through email at email@example.com.
All Northwestern Baseball Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number and age.