2018 Team Camp | September 22nd - 23rd
2018 SEPTEMBER TEAM CAMP
Objective: To provide athletes with quality instruction and feedback through drills, instruction, games, and game observation.
Each team will play 5 games and have the option to attend skill sessions throughout the weekend. Pitching, Defense, Hitting skill sessions will be instructed by KSU coaches/alumni/players. Games will have a time limit of 2 hrs, but the last inning cannot start after 1 hr and 40 minutes.
What to bring:
→ Items needed for softball – uniform (pants are recommended), indoor shoes, cleats (if games are moved outside), glove, bats, helmets, catchers gear, etc.
→ Lunch/Snacks – lunch will not be provided, but there will be concessions on site and food items may be brought in or delivered to the fieldhouse
|Time||Field 1||Field 2||Field 3||Field 4||Hitting Facility|
|9:00 AM||A vs. B||C vs. D||I vs. J||E vs. L||Open Skill Session|
|11:00 AM||A vs. C||I vs. K||B vs. D||B vs. J||Open Skill Session|
|1:00 PM||E vs. F||G vs. H||K vs. L||Open Skill Session||Open Skill Session|
|3:00 PM||F vs. H||E vs. G||J vs. L||Open Skill Session|
|5:00 PM||Kent State Softball Game at Diamond at Dix vs TBD|
|7:00 PM||F vs. G||I vs. C||K vs. H||A vs. D|
|9:00 AM||J vs. K||B vs. C||G vs. L||Open Skill Session||Open Skill Session|
|11:00 AM||F vs. I||D vs. L||B vs. E||Open Skill Session||Open Skill Session|
|1:00 PM||C vs. J||A vs. E||H vs. K||Open Skill Session||Open Skill Session|
|3:00 PM||D vs. H||A vs. F||G vs. I|
Insurance & Medical Information: Kent State University has purchased insurance for each participant that will cover injury over and above the primary insurance coverage. A first aid provider will be on duty. Minor injuries will be treated at Robinson Memorial Hospital. Each participant must have a KSU medical care form signed by a parent/ legal guardian in order to participate. One will be e-mailed to you. You may also get the forms off the KSU web page.
All Kent State camps or clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).