University of Minnesota - Softball

Elite Prospect Camp

Location Minneapolis, MN
Event Date(s) Dec 1, 2018
Event Status This is a completed event. Please check back later for upcoming event dates and to register online.
Ages 12 to 20
This Event has been completed.

Event Description

2018 Elite Prospect Camp

Saturday, December 1st
Grades: 7th & up
Location: Gibson-Nagurski Complex
Full Day
Check-in: 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Camp Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Cost: $140 (includes Gopher Softball t-shirt)
Half Day
Check-in: 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Camp Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: $70 (includes Gopher Softball t-shirt)
Minnesota’s coaching staff have, all together, mentored 22 NFCA All Region Players, 1 USA National Team player, 1 NCAA Batting Average Leader, 2 professional softball players, and 8 All Americans. They proceed to compete in the top level of NCAA Division 1 softball and continue building their program after adding yet another 2018 BIG Softball Championship to an already impressive resume. Come learn from the staff and players at Minnesota, who are long known for their specific skill set and teaching prowess.
Throughout this camp, athletes will be given professional instruction from the Gopher Softball staff and players. Campers will have the opportunity to be instructed in individual skills (positions), throwing, challenge drills, running, and an assortment of hitting drills. The camp layout will include a 3 hour defensive segment and a 3 hour offensive segment. Learn skills, drills and more to take your softball ability to the next level. Come learn from the best to be your best.
*Note: There will be an hour intermission for lunch/rest. Lunch is not provided. Optional tour at conclusion of camp.*

Refund Policy: In order to be compliant with NCAA rules, please understand that any payment you make towards this clinic is non-refundable. Gopher Softball Camps unfortunately cannot offer credit to future Elite Camps or Outdoor Camps due to limited registrants and space. Please email for any conflicts or if you have any questions.



NCAA Bylaw states that it is permissible for camps to be advertised towards a particular audience (e.g., elite camp), but advertisements or promotions must indicate that the camps are open to any and all (limited only by number, age, grade level and gender).