Harvard University Crimsons Baseball Summer Prospect Camp

The Harvard University Crimsons Baseball Summer Prospect Camp is going to take place at the state of the art Joseph J. O’Donnell Field. It is a two-day event the will run from 9:00 AM on June 15 until 3:00 PM on June 16. It is open to all prospective student-athletes with exceptional baseball skills in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Moreover, this baseball summer camp maintains a strong camper to staff ratio to allow personalized instruction. The participants will receive instructions that will refine hitting techniques, fielding fundamentals, and base running. It also includes an effective throwing session for pitchers. In addition, this baseball prospect camp incorporates competitive scrimmages that will allow the participants to showcase their outstanding skills. There will also be a question and answer session with the Harvard University baseball coaching staff. In general, it will be a physically demanding but fun experience. It is going to be under the supervision of the Harvard University baseball coaching staff. Participants will receive assessment and evaluation at the conclusion of the program.
Harvard University, formerly Harvard College, is a private, coeducational, Ivy League, research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is one of the world’s most notable institution. The university is 2nd in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Harvard University is also 2nd in Best Value Schools rankings. The university is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts. Furthermore, the university’s main campus is in Cambridge and it has also additional campuses in Allston and Longwood, Massachusetts. The university currently serves around 21,000 students with a gender distribution of 53 percent male and 47 percent female students. The student to faculty ratio is 7:1. In athletics, Harvard University has 42 men’s and women’s varsity teams participating in the Ivy League of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. Their identity color is crimson and their nickname is Harvard Crimson. Additionally, the Crimsons have already five Ivy League Championships, four College World Series appearances, and 14 NCAA Tournament appearances.

Harvard University Crimsons Baseball Summer Prospect Camp Organizers

The head coach of Harvard University Crimsons baseball team is Bill Decker, a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a minor in business graduate from Ithaca College. He is now entering his fifth season at the reins of the Crimsons baseball program. Ultimately, Head Coach Bill Decker is the 2008 ABCA National Coach of the Year and the 2005 New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association Coach of the Year. Coach Decker is also a four-time New England Coach of the Year awardee and a four-time New England Small College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Crimsons assistant baseball coaches are Bryan Stark, Ron Rakowski, and Tom Conley. Coach Bryan Stark is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. He is now in his third season with the coaching staff. Meanwhile, the assistant director is Tim Mullen and the team’s athletic trainer is Jordan Knight. Jordan Knight is also the athletic trainer of the university’s football and sailing teams as well as the NCAA Drug Testing site coordinator. And finally, Morgan Brown is the Crimsons baseball operations assistant.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA
The Harvard University Crimsons Baseball Summer Prospect Camp is a two-day high-level baseball training program for high school boys in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. It is going to take place at the top-notch Joseph J. O’Donnell Field on Harvard University campus. It will be from the 15th of July until the 16th of July.

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