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We hope everyone has remained healthy and safe this season. Below you will find the camps we have planned for you. We will adhere to all COVID-19 protocols established by the venue hosting us and will remain in compliance with both state and local regulations. For safety purposes, we will require all campers to wear a mask during the post-game evaluation sessions. Our evaluators will do the same.
Before you register for a camp, we encourage you to review the travel restriction recommendations established by your home state, and the state where the camp will take place. These recommendations may ultimately impact your camp decision. As with most things right now, there are many factors beyond our control as a result of the pandemic. We will be constantly monitoring the pandemic situation and will make whatever adjustments are needed to keep everyone safe. This may include some camps needing to be cancelled. In the event a camp is cancelled, we will refund all registration fees, however, we will not be able to refund any travel expenses you may incur. You are encouraged to make travel arrangements as close to the camp date as possible to avoid any losses.
We will post all changes to any camps on the website as they occur.
Registrations are NOW OPEN!
All camps will use three umpire mechanics unless otherwise noted. Low key and non-threatening environment will include on the field training, observation, evaluation, and classroom training sessions. Emphasis on improving plate and base mechanics, strike zones, judgment calls, movement on the field, angles and distances, and game management. Further details about each camp are available on the website.
NCAA post season umpires will guide the campers through games and drills with feedback and skill building sessions. Assigners will be invited to recruit, mentor, and speak with umpires. Faculty rosters for each camp are available on the website.