The Trinity College Bantams One-Day Baseball Prospect Camp is a one-day event that will run on the 26th of May. It is going to take place at the state of the art Trinity College Fieldhouse – Ferris Athletic Center. This baseball prospect camp is divided into two sessions. The Pitcher/Catcher camp in the morning and the Hitting/Fielding camp in the afternoon. Additionally, the morning camp will run from 9:30 AM until 12:00 PM. Meanwhile, the afternoon camp will run from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM. The registration fee for either the Pitcher/Catcher Camp or the Hitting/Fielding Camp is $120 per camper. However, the registration fee for both camps is $200 per camper. This one-day camp will focus on developing pitching, catching, infielding, and hitting techniques. The training program will also cover college recruiting procedures. In addition, this event provides an opportunity to train under one of the top college baseball coaching staff. The program is open to all and any baseball players in grade 9 up to grade 12.
Trinity College, originally Washington College, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Hartford, Connecticut. It is the state’s second oldest college. Trinity College is a proud member of the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges and the Council of Independent Colleges. It is also part of the Annapolis Group and the Oberlin Group. Currently, the academic institution is serving around 2,300 undergraduate students. This student population has a 51 percent male and 49 percent female students gender distribution. Moreover, Trinity College is among the nation’s top educational institutions. As a matter of fact, it is 84th in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. In the 2018 edition of US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings, Trinity College is 44th in National Liberal Arts Colleges and 33rd Best Value Schools category. In sports, the college is competing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III, New England Small College Athletic Conference. They are the Bantams and blue and old gold are their identity colors. The Bantams college baseball team are the 2008 Division III national champions.
Trinity College Bantams One-Day Baseball Prospect Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Trinity College Bantams baseball team is Bryan Adamski. Coach Bryan Adamski is now in his fifth season at the reins of the Bantams baseball program. He is a bachelor’s degree in English and journalism graduate from the University of Massachusetts. Coach Bryan Adamski is also a master’s degree in sports management holder from Springfield College. Additionally, Coach Adamski is a former college baseball standout player. In fact, he is University of Massachusetts’ all-time save leader. Then, the Bantams assistant baseball coaches are Tim Mayo and Matt Gedman. Coach Mayo is now in his third year with the coaching staff. He is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. Coach Tim Mayo is a bachelor’s degree in biology graduate from Springfield College. He is also a master’s degree in secondary education/biology holder. Meanwhile, Coach Matt Gedman is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts. He is now in his third year with the Bantams coaching staff. Coach Gedman is the 2011 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association District Player of the Year awardee. Finally, the Bantams Faculty/Staff Liaison is Jonathan Gourley.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
The Trinity College Bantams One-Day Baseball Prospect Camp is going to fall on the 26th of May at the state of the art Trinity College Fieldhouse - Ferris Athletic Center. It comprises two camps, the Pitcher/Catcher camp in the morning and the Hitting/Fielding camp in the afternoon. The training program is for all boys in grade 9 to grade 12.