Pacific University Oregon Boxers Baseball Prospect Camp

The Pacific University Oregon Boxers Baseball Prospect Camp is a high-level and fast-paced baseball training program that will fall on September 8 and 9. It is inviting all male baseball prospects who desire to take their game to the collegiate level. This two-day event is going to take place at the state of the art Chuck Bafaro Stadium in Forest Grove Oregon. Furthermore, the camp registration fee is $85 for pitchers, $125 for position players, and $175 for two-way players. The prospect camp’s daily schedule is set to start at 9 o’clock in the morning and end at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. In addition, this event will be under the supervision of the Pacific University Oregon Boxers baseball coaching staff.
The Pacific University of Oregon is a private, coeducational, non-profit university in Forest Grove, Oregon. Its campus is in a suburban area. The university is using a semester-base academic calendar. The university is part of the United Church of Christ Council for Higher Education. Currently, it accommodates around 3,500 students. 1,700 of these students are undergraduates. 41 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 59 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 79 percent. Correspondingly, the Pacific University of Oregon’s student to faculty ratio is 11:1. It is also among the nation’s top universities and colleges. As a matter of fact, Pacific University Oregon is 22nd in Regional Universities West, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. The university is also 43rd in the Best Value Schools rankings. In addition, the university fields 26 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams. This includes both the cheerleading and dance teams. They are participating in tournaments and leagues as the Boxers. Meanwhile, their identity colors are red and black. The university’s baseball team is competing in the Northwest Conference (NWC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III.

Pacific University Oregon Boxers Baseball Prospect Camp Organizers

Head Coach Brian Billings, a native of Tacoma, Washington, is leading the Pacific University of Oregon Boxers baseball team. He is now in his fifth season at the helm of the Boxers baseball program. Coach Brian Billings is a bachelor’s degree in physical education graduate from Puget Sound University. He was one of the Loggers standout catchers. In fact, Coach Billings was the team’s 1998 most valuable player. Coach Brian Billings is now holding a coaching career win-loss record of 278-335-2. The Boxers’ assistant baseball coaches are Kyle Treadway, Ian Buckles, Scott Dalrymple, Aaron Svarthumle, and Mitch Thomas. Coach Kyle Treadway is an alumnus of the Pacific University of Oregon with a bachelor’s degree in politics and government. He is in his third season with the coaching staff. At the same time, Coach Kyle Treadway is the team’s recruiting coordinator. He is also the university’s head JV coach. Coach Ian Buckles who hails from Kent, Washington is a new addition to the Boxers baseball coaching staff. He is a George Fox University graduate. Coach Scott Dalrymple who is in his third season with the coaching staff is a bachelor’s degree in science and business accounting graduate from Oklahoma City University. Presently. he is also working as an instructor at Athletes In Motion.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
Pacific University Oregon,
Forest Grove, OR
Come and join the Pacific University Oregon Boxers Baseball Prospect Camp. It is a two-day event that will run daily from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM on the 8th and 9th of September. This baseball prospect camp is going to take place at the leading-edge Chuck Bafaro Stadium which is the home field of the Pacific University Oregon Boxers baseball team.

Camp Information



  • Forest Grove, OR
  • September 8 - 9
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