The Rhode Island College Anchormen Summer Baseball Camp is an opportunity to develop the fundamental skills of baseball through valuable coaching instructions. It is a five-day baseball training camp that is open to all boys 7 t0 15 years of age at any skill level. The baseball camp is going to run from the 9th of July until the 13th of July. Furthermore, this event is going to take place at the state of the art Pontarelli Field which is on the scenic Rhode Island College campus. This baseball training program is under the supervision of the Rhode Island College Anchormen baseball coaching staff. In addition, available camper spots are limited, thus, the registration is on a first come first served basis.
Rhode Island College, formerly Rhode Island College of Education, is a public, coeducational college in Providence, Rhode Island. As a whole, it has an accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Its departments have also accreditations from their own respective accrediting associations. Among these accreditations are from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Currently, Rhode Island College is accommodating around 7,500 undergraduate students. 32 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 68 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 75 percent. Correspondingly, Rhode Island College’s student to faculty ratio is 14:1. Rhode Island College is also serving around 1,500 postgraduate students. The academic institution is using a semester-based academic calendar. Moreover, Rhode Island College fields 19 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams competing in the Little East Conference (LEC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. Their official colors are burgundy, gold, and white. They call themselves the Anchormen. The Rhode Island College baseball team is a two-time Conference Tournament Champion. The Rhode Island College baseball team also have an NCAA National tournament appearance in 1979.
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Scott Virgulak, a native of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, is the head coach of the Rhode Island College Anchormen baseball team. He is now in his eighth year at the helm of the Anchormen baseball program. Coach Scott Virgulak is a Rhode Island College alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in management. Ultimately, Coach Scott Virgulak led the Anchormen to its second Little East Conference Tournament Championship in 2011. That year, he also led the team to its fifth NCAA Regional Tournament appearance. Additionally, Coach Virgulak as a player was a First Team All-Little East Conference selection. The Anchormen assistant baseball coaches are Joe Vigeant and Harrison Barlow. Coach Joe Vigeant is a Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy graduate and a bachelor’s degree in administration of justice graduate from Roger Williams University. He is now in his fourth season with the coaching staff. At the same time, Coach Joe Vigeant is a Rhode Island College Campus Police officer. Finally, Coach Harrison Barlow is a bachelor’s degree in both criminology and biology graduate from the University of Rhode Island. He is the newest addition to the Rhode Island College Anchormen baseball coaching staff. Coach Barlow is the 2011 Gatorade Player of the Year awardee.
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The Rhode Island College Anchormen Summer Baseball Camp is a five-day baseball training program that will run from July 9 until July 13. It is inviting all boys 7 to 15 years old at any skill level. All the training instructions are in accordance with the participant's age and skills level. The event is under the direction of the Rhode Island College Anchormen baseball coaching staff.