Fall Prospect Camp
Grand Valley State Baseball Camps
Fall Prospect Camp
This camp is designed for 2020, 2021 and 2022 graduates who have interest in playing college baseball. The camp gives players an opportunity to work with the GVSU college coaches in settings that include instruction, games, and showcase skills.
|Saturday, August 10th|
Who: 2020, 2021, 2022 Grads
Check-In: 9:15 AM
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Includes Camp T-Shirt | Lunch is NOT Provided
Gatorade & Water Provided
No Walk-Up Registrations Will Be Allowed.
Registration will begin at 9:15 AM in the Kelly Family Sports Center next to the baseball field. Camp will begin at 10:00 AM. Campers will run 60 yard dashes, go through instruction, play games and have the opportunity to perform in defense and offense. Camp will be done at 5:00 PM.
What to bring
Tennis/Turf Shoes (hitting in cages/on hitters mat), cleats, baseball glove, hat, pants, cleats, bat, batting helmets and catching gear. Camp shirts will be provided. Optional items to consider: batting gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen or any other desired piece of equipment.
The camp will be help at Laker Baseball Field on GVSU's Allendale Campus. With numerous additions and renovations over the last few years, Laker Field continues to be an excellent college venue with the recent addition of stadium seating. Additionally, the $18 million Kelly Family Sports Center will be used for a portion of the camp.
The GVSU Baseball Program
The GVSU baseball program has established itself as one of the premiere programs in NCAA Division II. The Lakers were the 2016 Co-Conference Champions and also won their third consecutive GLIAC Conference Tournament Championship. The 2013 team finished 3rd at the Division II World Series in addition to winning the GLIAC championship. The 2012 Lakers won the GLIAC regular season and tournament and was a NCAA Regional semifinalist. In 2011, Grand Valley was the GLIAC champion and advanced to the Division II World Series. With a 52-5 record the Lakers spent most of the season ranked #1 in NCAA DII. In 2009, the Lakers were ranked #1 for several weeks, and in 2007 and 2008, GVSU was ranked as high as #3 in the country. Since 2003, GVSU has won ten GLIAC conference championships. The Lakers have been in nine regional championship games winning six of them advancing to the NCAA Division II World Series with national finishes of third in 2013, seventh in 2011 & 2009, fourth in 2005, second in 2004,and fifth in 2003.
Cancellation Policy: Camp fee minus an administrative fee of $40 will be refunded if cancel 2 weeks prior to camp. No refunds within 14 days of the camp unless for medical reasons in which a physician ’s note must accompany request. No refunds 72 hours or less prior to camp.