The University of Puget Sound Loggers Baseball Summer Youth Camp is inviting all and any boys or girls 7 to 13 years of age who desire to learn baseball in fun training atmosphere. It is a four-day event that will run from June 18 until June 21. This summer baseball camp is going to take place at the state of the art Logger Field which is on the University of Puget Sound campus. Additionally, this training program includes position-specific development drills, batting, base running, fielding, pitching, and catching practice. There will also be game situation drills and competitive games. The program’s daily schedule is set to start at 9:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM. Check-in starts at 8:00 AM on Day 1. Moreover, the camp registration fee is $225 per player. This registration fee includes a camp t-shirt. The participants are responsible to bring their own sunscreen, baseball bat, gloves, cap, and cleats.
The University of Puget Sound or just Puget Sound is a private, coeducational, liberals arts university in Tacoma, Washington. It is among the 40 colleges included in the Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change the Way You Think About Colleges. In addition, the University of Puget Sound is a member of the Annapolis Group. It is also part of the International Association of Methodist-related Schools, Colleges, and Universities. Currently, the university’s undergraduate student population is 2,508. 40 percent of this undergraduate student population are males and 60 percent are females. It is serving more or less 300 postgraduate students. The University of Puget Sound is also among the country’s top universities. In fact, it is 192nd in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges and 68th in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports rankings. In sports, the university has 23 men’s and women’s collegiate teams that compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III, Northwest Conference. The university athletes’ nickname is Loggers and their identity colors are maroon and white.
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Jeff Halstead, a native of Clackamas, Oregon, is the head coach of the University of Puget Sound Loggers baseball team. He is a Puget Sound alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in business. He is also a master’s degree in education graduate from the same university. In addition, Coach Jeff Halstead is at the helm of the Loggers baseball program since the 2015 season. He is now in his fourth year with the coaching staff. The Loggers assistant baseball coaches are Joel Pedretti, Bob Walz, Josh Kalalau, Justin Gabriel, and Cam Duvall. Coach Joel Pedretti is at the same time the team’s infield coach and recruiting coordinator. He is an alumnus of the University of Oklahoma. Then, Coach Bob Walz is Loggers former interim head coach. The Washington State University graduate is now in his 27th season with the coaching staff. Coach Josh Kalalau, a native of University Place, Washington is now in his third season with the Loggers baseball coaching staff. Coach Josh Kalalau is the former undergraduate assistant coach of the Seattle University Redhawks. He is a former college standout baseball player. In fact, Coach Kalalau is a recipient of the Johnny Obrien Award.
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The University of Puget Sound Loggers Baseball Summer Youth Camp is going to put emphasis on the player's overall baseball skills development. It covers batting, base running, fielding, pitching, and catching drills all in a fun training atmosphere. This program is for both boys and girls 7 to 13 years of age. It will be from June 18 until June 21.