Join the University of Michigan Wolverines Experience Baseball Camp on July 23 until July 26. It is open to all and any 12 to 18-year-old boys who are looking to take their game to the next level. It is both an overnight and commuter camp that will take place at the Ray Fisher Stadium, the home of the University of Michigan Wolverines college baseball team. Additionally, check-in for overnight campers starts at 4:00 PM and check-in for commuter campers starts at 5:00 PM. This four-day baseball training camp will cover pro-style work out, baserunning, on-field batting practice and defensive evaluation. Award prices are also waiting at the end of the event. Moreover, the registration fee for commuter campers is $695 while it is $795 for overnight campers. This includes a baseball t-shirt, sweatshirt, cap batting practice top with the participant’s last name on it. Accommodation for overnight camper will be at the South Quad dormitory. As a whole, it will be a competitive but enjoyable training atmosphere. The program is set to start at 6:00 PM on Day 1 and end at 5:00 PM on Day 4.
The University of Michigan is a public, sea-grant, space-grant, flagship university. It is the oldest university in the state of Michigan. It is also one of the founders of the Association of American Universities. In addition, the University of Michigan is among the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education’s 115 Doctoral Universities with Very High Research classification. It is also part of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Big Ten Academic Alliance. Currently, the University of Michigan accommodates around 44,700 students. Around 29,000 are undergraduate students. The undergraduate student population is with a 50 percent male and 50 percent female students gender distribution. The university student to faculty ratio is 15:1. Furthermore, the University of Michigan has 27 men’s and women’s athletic teams. They are competing in the Big Ten Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. The university athletes are known as the Wolverines. Blue and maize yellow are the university’s identity colors. The Wolverines baseball team is a nine-time Conference Tournament champions and two-time NCAA Tournament champions.
University of Michigan Wolverines Experience Baseball Camp Organizers
Head Coach Erik Bakich is now in his sixth season at the helm of the University of Michigan Wolverines baseball team. He is a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science graduate from East Carolina University. Coach Bakich is a member of the Pirates’ back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association championship team. In addition, Coach Bakich is also a former professional baseball player playing in the Independent Professional Baseball League. Then, the Wolverines assistant baseball coaches are Nick Schnabel and Chris Fetter. Coach Nick Schnabel is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. He is now entering his sixth year with the coaching staff. Coach Nick Schnabel is also a former standout baseball player. As a matter of fact, he is the 1999 Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year. Meanwhile, Coach Chris Fetter is an alumnus of the University of Michigan. He is at the same time the pitching coach. He is a three-time Big Ten champion as a Wolverine. Finally, the team’s volunteer assistant coach is John DiLaura, also a University of Michigan alumnus.