Babson College Beavers Baseball Five-Day Summer Camp

The Babson College Beavers Baseball Five-Day Summer Camp is going to run from the 25th of June until the 29th of June. Its daily schedule is set to start at 8:30 AM and end at 3:45 PM. This baseball summer camp is open to all boys 6 to 12 years of age. It is going to take place at the Govoni Varsity Baseball field and the Harrington field, both top-notch baseball facilities. In addition, this baseball training program emphasizes development on hitting, pitching, catching, infield and outfield play, and base running skills. There will also be competitive live-games and scrimmages. Instructions and groupings are in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level. Overall, this event will be a fun and challenging training experience.
Babson College, formerly Babson Institute, is a private, coeducational academic institution in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Its name is in honor of its founder Roger Babson, a notable American economist. It is part of the Three College Collaboration with the Olin College and Wellesley College. Furthermore, Babson College as a whole has an accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Its business programs have also an accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Currently, the institution is serving around 2,300 undergraduate students. 52 percent of this student population are males while 48 percent are females. Babson College’s enrollment acceptance rate is 25 percent. Correspondingly, its student to faculty ratio is 12:1. The university is also serving around 800 postgraduate students. Babson College is 31st in the Business Programs category of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 1st in the Entrepreneurship category. In sports, Babson College features 22 intercollegiate men’s and women’s varsity teams in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC), a Division III of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). They are the Beavers and green and white are their identity colors.

Babson College Beavers Baseball Five-Day Summer Camp Organizers

The head coach of the Babson College Beavers baseball team is Matt Noone. He is now in his 16th year at the helm of the college’s baseball program. Coach Matt Noone is an alumnus of Princeton University. He is also a master’s degree in education graduate from Boston College. Ultimately, Coach Noone is the 2004 NEWMAC Coach of the Year awardee. He is also the 2017 New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) Coach of the Year. Under his leadership, the Beavers baseball team has already four NEWMAC Tournament titles. Then, the Beavers baseball assistant coaches are Conor Kortmann, Norm Govoni, Bruce Ginsberg, and Andrew Aizenstadt. Coach Conor Kortmann is now in his fourth season with the coaching staff. He is a Babson College alumnus and a former college baseball standout. Coach Norm Govoni, a native of Wellesley, Massachusetts, is now in his 24th year at the assistant coaching role with the Beavers. Coach Govoni earned his bachelor’s degree as well as master’s degree from Syracuse University. He is also a Ph.D holder from the University of Missouri. Furthermore, Coach Bruce Ginsberg is a Bates College graduate. He is the CEO and founder of the Bennett Footwear Group. Coach Ginsberg is now in his ninth season with the coaching staff.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
Babson College,
Babson Park, MA
The Babson College Beavers Baseball Five-Day Summer Camp is going to take place at the Govoni Varsity Baseball field and the Harrington field, both state-of-the-art baseball facilities. This training program is going to run from June 25 until June 29. It is an initiative of the Babson College Beavers baseball coaching staff. The program is for all boys 6 to 12 years of age.
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  • Babson Park, MA
  • June 25 - 29
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