Potomac State Baseball announces Winter Hitting Camp dates

2014 Potomac State Winter Hitting Camps

Potomac State Baseball will be holding their annual indoor winter hitting camps on the campus of Potomac State College.

These camps are an incredible chance for players to improve their skills and get a jump start on their upcoming season.

In addition CAMP II is a great opportunity for high school players that are interested in attending Potomac State, so that

coaches can evaluate their skill level and players can see all that Potomac State has to offer their student-athletes.

When:   CAMP I- Saturday, January 18, 2014     For players ages 6-12

              CAMP II- Sunday, January 26, 2014     For players ages 13-17

Where:   Potomac State College- Lough Gymnasium- Keyser, WV 26726

Time:  1:00 pm – 4:00 pm   (Registration 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm)

Directors:   Doug Little- Head Coach; Don Schafer, Mike Kesecker, Brock Stevens, – Assistant Coaches

Instructors:  Current Potomac State Players

Camp Goals:  Join the coaches and players at Potomac State College and learn the latest in hitting techniques during this one day intensive camp. Instructors leading this camp will focus on preparing hitters to compete at a high level. Learn the basics of being a successful hitter with lessons on mechanics of the swing, hitting and bunting drills, developing a plan, and mental skills to take to each at bat. Our purpose is to provide each camper with the instruction and encouragement needed to develop individual skills to a greater level.

Cost:   ** $50.00. ** (Make checks payable to: Potomac State Baseball)

Note:  Campers will be divided by age and skill level. Due to limited enrollment, pre-registration is strongly encouraged. All campers should bring baseball bats, batting gloves, batting helmets, tennis shoes for indoor use, caps and uniform pants or clothes suitable for play.

For Printable Form, click here. pdf

For further information, contact:                          Doug Little     (304) 788-6878  DALittle@mail.wvu.edu

                                                                             Don Schafer  (304) 788-6851  DJSchafer@mail.wvu.edu

                                                                              In case of inclement weather, call: (304) 788-6878