University of Virginia Cavaliers High School Prospect Baseball Camp

The University of Virginia Cavaliers High School Prospect Baseball Camp is inviting all high school male baseball players entering grade 9 up to grade 12. It is both an overnight and commuter camp that will take place at the premier Davenport Field on the University of Virginia campus. The training camp will run from July 17 until July 19. Additionally, this event will be an exciting and motivating experience for those who aspire to take their game to the next level. It gears on improving techniques, skills and game situations decision-making. There will also be live scrimmages, in-depth coaching, and performance evaluation. The training program is set to start at 2 o’clock in the afternoon on Day 1 and end at 12 noon on Day 3. Moreover, the registration fee is $399.00 for commuter campers and $499.00 for overnight campers. Overnight campers will have their accommodation at the university halls. The training program is under the supervision of the University of Virginia Cavaliers baseball coaching staff. Coaches from other top colleges and universities are also attending to help facilitate the event.
The University of Virginia is public, coeducational, flagship university in Charlottesville, Virginia. It is the only American collegiate UNESCO World Heritage Site. Additionally, the University of Virginia is an affiliation of the Southeastern Universities Research Association and the Universities Research Association. It is also a member of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. Currently, the university is serving around 15,900 undergraduate students and around 6,500 postgraduate students. The undergraduate student population is with a 45 percent male and 55 percent female students gender distribution. The University of Virginia is one of the nation’s top academic institution. In fact, it is 40th in the most recent Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges rankings. It is also 25th in National Universities, 2018 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges rankings. In sports, the university is competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I as the Cavaliers or Wahoos. Their identity colors are orange and blue.

University of Virginia Cavaliers High School Prospect Baseball Camp Organizers

Leading the University of Virginia Cavaliers baseball team is Head Coach Brian O’Connor, a native of Council Bluffs, Iowa. He is now entering his 16th season at the helm of the Cavaliers baseball program. Under his guidance, the Cavaliers has already a National title, four College World Series appearances, 14 NCAA tournament appearances, seven NCAA regional championships, and two ACC championships. In addition, Coach Brian O’Connor is a five-time Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, a five-time ABCA Atlantic Region Coach of the Year, and a three-time National Coach of the Year. Coach Brian O’Connor is a bachelor’s degree in marketing graduate from Creighton University. Then, the Cavaliers associate head coach is Kevin McMullan, an alumnus of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is now in his 15th season with the coaching staff. Coach McMullan is the 2009 National Assistant Coach of the Year awardee. The team’s assistant coach is Karl Kuhn, a University of Florida alumnus. He is the 2014 National Pitching Coach of the Year awardee. Finally, Matt Kirby is the team’s volunteer assistant coach from William and Mary University.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
University of Virginia,
Charlottesville, VA
The University of Virginia Cavaliers High School Prospect Baseball Camp will simulate a collegiate level training environment. Its venue is the top-notch Davenport Field which is on the University of Virginia campus. It is a three-day training program from July 17 until July 19 that is open to all and any boys in grade 9 through grade 12.

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