University of Missouri Tigers Elite Summer Baseball Showcase Camp

Join the University of Missouri Tigers Elite Summer Baseball Showcase Camp on the 30th of May. This one-day event is open to all male high school baseball players in the graduating classes of 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. The training program is going to take place at the Taylor Stadium/Simmons Field on the University of Missouri campus. Furthermore, this full-day baseball showcase camp will simulate a real collegiate training and game environment. It is also the perfect groud to display exceptional baseball skills. The training program includes a 60-yard dash, bullpens, offensive and defensive workouts, and batting practice. Moreover, the camp is only offering 150 available spots. Thus, registration is on a first come first serve basis. The registration fee is $65 per player per session. Participants need to bring their own baseball gears and equipment.
 
The University of Missouri or colloquially just Mizzou is a public, coeducational, land-grant, space-grant university in Columbia, Missouri. It is the flagship university of the University of Missouri System. Additionally, the University of Missouri is a member of the Association of American Universities and the Oak Ridge Associated Universities. It is also part of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. The University of Missouri also features the University of Missouri Research Reactor Center. Currently, the University of Missouri is serving around 25,900 undergraduate students and around 7,100 postgraduate students. This undergraduate student population is with a  48 percent male and 52 percent female students gender distribution. The university has a student to faculty ratio of 19:1. The University of Missouri is also among the nation’s top universities. As a matter of fact, the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings have the University of Missouri in the 120th spot in National Universities. Furthermore, the university men’s and women’s college sports teams compete in the Southeastern Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I as the Tigers. Their official colors are black and gold.
 

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The head coach of the University of Missouri Tigers baseball team is Steve Bieser, a native of Saint Genevieve, Missouri. He is now in his second season at the helm of the Missouri Tigers baseball program. Coach Steve Bieser is a bachelor’s degree in mathematics graduate from the Southeast Missouri State University. Additionally, Coach Steve Bieser is the 2014 and the 2016 Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year awardee. The Tigers assistant baseball coaches are Fred Corral and Lance Rhodes. Coach Fred Corral who hails from Ripon, California is also the team’s pitching coach. He is a bachelor’s degree in sociology graduate from Sacramento State University. Coach Corral is in his first year with the coaching staff. On the other hand, Coach Lance Rhodes, a native of Sikeston, Missouri, is now in his second year with the coaching staff. He is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. Coach Lance Rhodes is an alumnus of the Southeast Missouri State University with a degree in general studies with an emphasis in physical education. He is also a master’s degree in physical education graduate from Emporia State University. Finally, the director of baseball operations is Evan Pratte.
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Baseball Recruiting Camps
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Baseball Recruiting Camps
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University of Missouri,
Area
Columbia, MO
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Join the University of Missouri Tigers Elite Summer Baseball Showcase Camp. It is going to take place at the leading-edge Taylor Stadium/Simmons Field which is the home of the University of Missouri Tigers baseball team. This one-day event is open to all male baseball players in grade 9 up to grade 12. This training will fall on the 30th of May.
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