The Towson University Tigers Baseball High School Prospect Camp is a two-day event that will run from August 25 until August 26. It is open to all boys 14 to 18 years of age who desire to play at the college level. This advanced baseball training program will take place at the state of the art John B. Schuerholz Park which is on the Towson University campus. Furthermore, this baseball prospect camp includes a defensive and offensive fundamentals instructions, baserunning, batting practice, scrimmages, a pro-style workout, and a college recruiting talk. Running this baseball training program is the Towson University Tigers coaching staff. In addition, the camp registration fee is $385. It includes lunch and a camp t-shirt.
Towson University, originally Maryland State Normal School, is a public, coeducational university in Towson, Maryland. It is a member of the University System of Maryland and is among the state of Maryland’s largest universities. Currently, Towson University is serving around 19,200 undergraduate students and around 3,500 postgraduate students. 40 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 60 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 74 percent. Correspondingly, Towson University has a 17:1 student to faculty ratio. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Furthermore, Towson University is 41st in Regional Universities North category of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 23rd in the Best Colleges for Veterans category and 57th in the Best Value Schools category. In athletics, Towson University fields 13 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I. They are the Tigers and black and gold are their identity colors.
Towson University Tigers Baseball High School Prospect Camp Organizers
Leading the Towson University Tigers is Head Coach Matt Tyner, a native of Decatur, Illinois. Coach Matt Tyner is a bachelor’s degree in business communications graduate from Concordia University. He is entering his first season at the helm of the Tigers baseball program. Additionally, Coach Tyner has coaching stints at the University of Richmond and Bellarmine University. He is also a former college baseball standout player. In fact, Coach Matt Tyner is the recipient of the 1980 Baskin Robbins Player of the Year Award. He is also the ninth round pick of the Baltimore Orioles in the 1980 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft. Then, the Tigers assistant baseball coaches are Miles Miller and Tanner Biagini who are both entering their first season with the coaching staff. Coach Miles Miller is a bachelor’s degree graduate from San Diego Mesa College. He is also a master’s degree graduate from Grand Canyon University. At the same time, Coach Miles Miller is the team’s pitching coach. Coach Tanner Biagini, on the other hand, is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from the Virginia Military Institute. He is the 2009 Amateur Player of the Year awardee. The Tigers volunteer assistant coach is Mickey Williard. And finally, Eric Franc is the Director of Player Development. Coach Franc is a master’s degree in curriculum instruction graduate from Lake Erie College.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
The Towson University Tigers Baseball High School Prospect Camp is for all 14 to 18 years old male baseball players who desire to play at the college level. It is a two-day event that will run from the August 25 until August 26. Its daily schedule is set to start at 8:00 AM and end at 5:00 PM. The program will take place at the John B. Schuerholz Park.