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2014 Vanderbilt Baseball Camps

Vanderbilt University provides some of the finest youth and high school baseball camps in the country. Whether you are a young beginner just learning the game, a middle school player ready to take your game up a notch, or a high school player with aspirations of playing at the next level, Vanderbilt baseball has a camp to suit your needs.

Coach Corbin and his staff are present for all camps and take great pride in the quality of instruction, providing a 1 to 8 coach to camper ratio. All camps and clinics are high energy with great attention to detail and safety. This is a baseball opportunity that we feel confident will exceed your expectations. We look forward to seeing you on our campus!

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2014 Day Camp
Rising 1st-8th Graders
Tuesday, June 17 to Friday, June 20 and Monday, June 23 to Thursday, June 26
COST: $245 per camper, per session


TIMES: Camp will run from 9:00am to 12 noon each day. If you are dropping off your child at camp, a coach will be on hand to meet your child in front of the stadium. Camp will begin promptly at 9:00am each day - campers should plan to be at the stadium between 8:30 and 8:45am. Camp will conclude at 12 noon each day. You will be required to sign your child out with his coach at the end of each day. Sign out will take place in right field of Hawkins Field.

CHECK-IN: Check-in will take place on Tuesday, June 17 and Monday June 23 between 8:15-8:45am at the front entrance of Charles Hawkins Field. You will be required to check your child in and out each day. The camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

PARKING: Please Park in the 25th Avenue Garage (see map) when signing your son in and out of camp. We will provide you with a discount "coupon" code to enter into the pay machine a week out from camp.

ORIENTATION: A small orientation will take place at 9:00am on the initial day of camp in the baseball stadium bleachers of Charles Hawkins Field. Parents are welcome.

DAILY SCHEDULE: The Vanderbilt Baseball Camp focuses on fundamentals in a fun and energetic atmosphere. The early part of camp is typically defensive and offensive station work with competitive games following at the end of the morning session.

CAMP CONCLUSION: Camp will end at 12 noon on Friday June 20th and Thursday June 26th with an awards ceremony at Charles Hawkins Field - parents are invited.

CAMPERS SHOULD BRING: Vanderbilt is not liable for theft of loss of camper's personal property so please label all gear!
o Bat
o Glove
o Cleats/Sneakers

IMPORTANT NUMBERS: If you have any additional questions regarding the camp, please contact Keri Richardson or Drew Fann at keri.m.richardson@vanderbilt.edu or drew.fann@vanderbilt.edu or call the Vanderbilt Baseball Office at 615-322-3716.

Typical Daily Schedule:
9:00-10:00AM: Defensive Instruction
10:00-11:00AM: Offensive Instruction
11:00-12:00PM: Game Play
*Parents should plan to sign out their child in right field of Hawkins Field at 12pm each day

GOALS
The goal of the Vanderbilt Day Camp for the younger players (grades 1-6) is to teach baseball fundamentals in a fun and energetic atmosphere. All players play an active role in camp and are continually involved in drills of all aspects. Participants will generally play in their own age group or grade level. However, we reserve the right to move a camper up in age groups, depending on his ability and skill. The older players in camp (grades 7-8) will focus on baseball fundamentals to help the player prepare for the transition to high school baseball. Emphasis will be on individual position play, hitting fundamentals and game play experience.


2014 High School Prospect Camp
Rising 9th-12th Graders
Sunday, July 13 to Thursday, July 17
COST: $450 for Commuters and $550 for Overnighters


CHECK-IN: Check-in will take place on Sunday from 12 noon to 2:30pm at the front entrance of Charles Hawkins Field. After you check in, you will be directed to the residence hall where all overnight campers will be staying. The camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

ORIENTATION: Orientation will take place at 3:00pm Sunday in the baseball stadium bleachers of Charles Hawkins Field. Parents are invited.

CAMP CONCLUSION: Camp will end at 12:00pm on Thursday with an awards ceremony at Charles Hawkins Field - parents are invited. You will check out of the residence hall after the ceremony - this is the conclusion of camp. All campers will be provided with a take away lunch.

FACILITIES - HOUSING: All overnight campers will be staying on the Vanderbilt University campus. The accommodations will be located in Branscomb Quad, just 200 yards from Hawkins Field.

FACILITIES AND MEALS: Hawkins Field will be the site of the High School Prospect Camp. We will also use adjacent fields on the Vanderbilt campus for instruction and game activity. Dinner will be served on Sunday; breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served Monday through Wednesday; and breakfast and lunch will be served on Thursday. Meals will be served by our dining services. Commuters will receive all meals other than breakfast.

CAMPERS SHOULD BRING: Please label all gear!
o Pillow, Bedding, Sheets (Twin Bedding) and Towels (Overnight Camper Only)
o Alarm Clock, Toiletries and Snacks (Overnight Camper Only)
o Bat, Glove, Baseball Shoes, Sneakers, Baseball Pants, Shorts and T-Shirts
o Catchers Gear (Catchers Only)

ROOMMATE PREFERENCE: Roommate assignments will be made two weeks prior to the start of camp. Changes or new requests made after that time cannot be guaranteed. Please list your rooming preference in the "roommate request" field on the registration form.

PARENTS/COACHES VISITATION: Parents and coaches are welcome to visit the baseball camp at any time. We request that you stay off the playing field while camp is in session.

CAMPER CARS: Campers who drive to the Vanderbilt Baseball Camp must park in a designated area (25th Avenue Garage next to Hawkins Field) and turn in their keys to the camp director at registration. Keys will be returned at check out.

PARKING: Campers and parents must park in 25th Avenue Garage (see map). We will provide you with a discount "coupon" code to enter into the pay machine a week out from camp.

LOST KEYS: If a camper loses his key while at camp, he will be required to pay a $50.00 fee at check-out to cover the cost of replacing the lock. The fee is imposed by the Vanderbilt University Housing Department. Lanyards will be provided for the campers to secure their room key.

LOST OR STOLEN PERSONAL ITEMS: Vanderbilt is not liable for theft or loss of camper's personal property. It is the responsibility of the individual to keep his doors locked when away from his room. Campers are encouraged not to bring a lot of money or valuable items (TV, iHome, etc.) to camp.

HOTEL INFORMATION FOR PARENTS: The Holiday Inn Nashville-Vanderbilt is recommended for parents and/or friends of our campers. The hotel is located on West End Avenue and just 100 yards from Hawkins Field. Call 615-327-4707 and reference the block code HSC to receive the group rate of $114/night. To make your reservation online please click here to be directed to the website. This block is first come first serve and will expire on June 13, 2014.

Typical Daily Schedule:
7:30-8:30AM: Breakfast
9:00-12:00PM: Individual Position Play
12:00-2:00PM: Lunch
2:00-5:00PM: Instruction and Game Play
6:00-6:00PM: Dinner
6:00-8:00PM: Instruction and Game Play
8:30-10:00PM: Game of the Night
*On Thursday, camp will end at 12:00pm with an award ceremony following.

GOALS
The Prospect Camp offers a unique baseball learning opportunity for the high school player who has aspirations of playing baseball at the highest level (college or Pro). The five-day format is very intense with instruction and will have a large emphasis on individual position play, hitting fundamentals and game experience. Players will also have instruction in strength training and baseball agility exercise.

INSTRUCTION
Instruction will be directed and conducted by the Vanderbilt coaching staff, headed by Tim Corbin, head coach of the Gold Medal 2006 Team USA, 2007, 2011 & 2013 SEC Champions. Other instructors at the camp include college coaches, professional players, scouts and top area high school coaches.

FACILITIES
Hawkins Field is the site of Vanderbilt Baseball Camp and serves as the home to the Commodores. Hawkins Field features a classic baseball park atmosphere coupled with a modern design that includes more than 4,000 seats and a state of the art turf field installed during the summer of 2012. Alongside Hawkins Field sits the Vanderbilt Baseball field House (left field line), a hitting/training facility (outside the left field fence) and an indoor pitching lab (3d base concourse). The Field House includes coaches' offices, an equipment room, classroom and locker rooms for current players, coaches and professional (alumni) players.


Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender)



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