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Updated: Wednesday 08/01/2014 10:31:52 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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CAMP INSTRUCTION
Professional instruction will be provided at all times and individual instruction is provided at each session. A certified athletic trainer will also be on site at all times.

CAMP DETAILS
$80 - High School Prospect Camp (Grades 9-12)
Sunday, Sept. 7, Kraft Field (1-5 p.m.)
The Select Camp is designed for up-and-coming high school prospects who want to enhance their baseball skills to an optimal level. Players will be evaluated on their baseball skills, knowledge and performance. They will also learn how to progress both on and off the field, increase knowledge regarding all facets of baseball and will be educated on the recruiting process and NCAA eligibility.

$80 - Pitcher/Catcher Camp (Ages 8-18)
Sunday, Sept. 21, Kraft Field (1-5 p.m.)
This camp is designed specifically for pitchers and catchers. These athletes will receive instruction on the fundamentals of pitching and catching which will translate into success on the field.

* In case of inclement weather, camps scheduled for Kraft Field will be moved to the Hyslop Sports Center.

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