July Prospect Camp
2020 Colby Baseball Summer Prospect Camp
Colby College Baseball is offering a Summer Prospect Camp that is an excellent opportunity for any and all players in grades 9-12 to be instructed by the Colby College Baseball staff. Members of the Coaching staff will be present and instructing at all times throughout the camp. The participants will be instructed in all phases of the game, including hitting, defense, pitching, and base running. This Camp will offer personal and group instruction. Attention is given to proper instruction and drills to enhance the skill level of each individual. All registered players will be given a data driven evaluation from the Colby Coaching Staff. A campus tour will be offered for any registered players/families that are interested. All campers will receive a Colby Baseball t-shirt.
|Sunday, July 19th|
Grades: 9th - 12th
Clinic Ends: 3:00pm
Cost: $195 per Camper
**Includes Data Driven Evaluation / Campus Tour / Colby Baseball T-Shirt**
Proposed Camp Time: The camp will start check-in at 8:45am at Jack Coombs Park. The length of the camp will depend on the total number of campers. The Colby Baseball coaching staff estimates the camp will end no later than 4:00pm and likely earlier depending on the total number of campers.
Site & Facility: The camp will be held on the campus of Colby College, located 20 miles north of Maine’s capital, Augusta. The camp will take place at Jack Coombs Park and Colby’s indoor hitting facility located next to Jack Coombs Park. Our indoor hitting facility has three batting cages with state-of-the-art pitching machines and technology.
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 Assistant Coach, Tad Skelley, at firstname.lastname@example.org.