The Bojangles' Bash was started in 2013 by a group of dreamers that set out to create to a top-level high school basketball event that provided a different experience for players, coaches and fans. For two nights in December The Bash saw sell-out crowds, fantastic basketball action, radio DJs, t-shirt guns, more food than you can imagine, a silent auction and much more. You truly had to see to believe!
This event is open to all high school aged players who are looking to play a little more basketball. Everyone is welcome regardless of AAU affiliations.
Camps will be Two Day Showcase Camps. These camps are designed for rising high school players and junior college players who have an interest in playing Division-1 baseball in the Pac-12. The camp format looks as follows: In the morning campers will go through a pro-style workout with instruction in skill specific areas along with taking a batting practice on the field. There will be games all day on day two and possibly on day one depending on the timing of the camp and the number of participants. Our Utah coaching staff will be both coaching and evaluating each player as we look to identify future Utes! This is a great opportunity for both the players and our staff as we look to make an impact in California and our development of Utah Baseball. We look forward to seeing you at camp and having you join us in sharing our passion for 'Ute Baseball.'
The University of Oregon College ID Camps provide an opportunity for female soccer players currently in 8th grade and up to train under and compete in front of UO staff as well as coaches representing all collegiate levels in Oregon
This camp is designed to prepare pitchers both physically and mentally for the beginning of their spring seasons. Coaching staff will assess player skill sets and create an individualized development plan of throwing progressions, bullpen and skill work. By the end of the camp, pitchers will have thrown multiple bullpen sets and be ready to excel in their high school pre-season workouts. Pitchers will benefit from small group setting with 5/1 player to coach ratio. Skill work instruction will include: Daily, Long Toss, and Bullpen Routines Drill Work designed for each pitcher Arm Care and Recovery Routines Athletic , Core and Conditioning Development 5 sessions Who: Pitchers Grades 9-12 Where: Bud Metheny Baseball Complex When: Tuesday 7:00-8:15pm Camp Dates: December 13, – January 3, 10, 17, 24 Cost: $200 Available Spots: x10
This camp is designed to prepare pitchers both physically and mentally for the beginning of their spring seasons. Coaching staff will assess player skill sets and create an individualized development plan of throwing progressions, bullpen and skill work. By the end of the camp, pitchers will have thrown multiple bullpen sets and be ready to excel in their high school pre-season workouts. Pitchers will benefit from small group setting with 5/1 player to coach ratio. Skill work instruction will include: Daily, Long Toss, and Bullpen Routines Drill Work designed for each pitcher Arm Care and Recovery Routines Athletic , Core and Conditioning Development 5 sessions Who: Pitchers Grades 9-12 Where: Bud Metheny Baseball Complex When: Tuesday 7:00-8:30pm Camp Dates: December 15, – January 5, 12, 19, 26 Cost: $200 Available Spots: x10
The night will be centered around the basic Boston College hitting philosophy and each player go through a series of hitting drills and stations that reinforce that basic philosophy used every day at Boston College. Players will work in small groups that will allow each player to receive a very personal instruction as well as having an enjoyable experience. This clinic is open to any and all entrants.
Established in 1997, the Nike Tournament of Champions is universally considered the greatest high school basketball event – for boys or girls - in the world. Since its inception it has hosted more than 20,000 athletes from 44 States and every Canadian province; it has produced 168 State Champions and 16 of the past 18 consensus National Champions. Throughout its history, the event has showcased literally hundreds of high school All-Americans and future collegiate and professional stars; its alumni include 8 Olympians and more than two dozen WNBA athletes, including five #1 draft picks. The 20th Annual Tournament of Champions will be held December 19-22. 2016 in Phoenix, AZ. The event is sanctioned by the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) and the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS).
This camp is designed by the top coaches in the country. We focus on in-water instruction on the fundamentals of the game. Fundamental passing, shooting, team and individual defense along with tactical discipline and individual aspects of the game will be discussed. Goalies will work with Genai Kerr on all aspects of protecting the cage. Don't miss this opportunity to work with the top players and coaches in the country.
The Boston College Baseball Holiday Clinic offers a very unique opportunity for players to continue to improve their skills during the winter months using our state of the art facility known as “The Bubble.” Covering the entire football playing surface at Alumni Stadium, “The Bubble” allows a player to take advantage of over 120 yards of open space, including four full-length batting cages as well as space to set up two regulation size baseball diamonds. While the bubble is suitable to allow teams to scrimmage, this is an instructional based clinic so no games will take place. This clinic will give players the chance to work with not only the Boston College baseball staff, but many of the top college coaches from the northeast. Each station is led by a college baseball coach with a current or former Boston College baseball player to assist in teaching.
Get away to the warm sunshine during the Holiday season and visit the #1 family destination in the world, Florida, home of Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld.
Join CBU Baseball's Prospect Camp on December 31, 2016 from 9am-2pm. Open to 2017-20 high school graduates only. $110.
The Pre-Season Catchers Bootcamp is a 5-session camp that meets in January/February. This camp will help get players ready for the upcoming season by working on receiving drills, throwing mechanics, blocking drills, and concludes with a “Catchers Olympics” The goal of this camp is to help campers develop into a complete catcher. Camp will take place in ODU’s brand new state-of-the-art, indoor hitting facility - the Paul A. Keyes Indoor Hitting Facility - located in foul territory, down the left field line at the Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. ODU Baseball Pre-Season Catchers Bootcamp Grades: 6-11 Dates: Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm