Join the Virginia Tech Hokies Baseball Summer Prospect Camp for a top-notch collegiate-like baseball training environment. It is a two-day event that will run from the 26th of June until the 27th of June. This baseball prospect camp is going to take place at the state of the art English Field and Weaver Indoor Facility. The program is open to all and any boys in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Furthermore, the training program will cover a 60-yard dash, a defensive skill evaluation, hitting evaluation, and batting practice. This is the ideal venue for those who are aspiring to play at the college level to showcase their excellent skills. In addition, this prospect camp is open to all positions.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, or just Virginia Tech, is a public, coeducational, land-grant research university in Blacksburg, Virginia. It is the 3rd largest university in the nation and the largest in the state of Virginia. Additionally, the university is a member of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) and the Universities Research Association (URA). The university is also part of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University is one of the nation’s best academic institutions. As a matter of fact, it is 74th in the National Universities, 2017 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 27th in the Top Public Schools rankings. The university is offering around 225 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. 30,598 is its latest total student population with around 27,100 undergraduate students. 57 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 43 percent are female students. The undergraduate student population is through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 71 percent. Correspondingly, the university’s student to faculty ratio is 14:1. In the field of sports. Virginia Tech has 18 intercollegiate men’s and women’s athletics teams. They are competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Divison I. They call themselves the Hokies. And, their identity colors are maroon and burnt orange.
Virginia Tech Hokies Baseball Summer Prospect Camp Organizers
John Szefc, a native of Middletown, Maryland, is the new head coach of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Hokies baseball team. He is a bachelor’s degree in corporate communications graduate from Drexel University. Coach John Szefc is also a master’s degree in sports administration graduate from Temple University. Ultimately, Coach John Szefc is the 2001 American Baseball Coaches Associate Northeast Region Coach of the Year and the 1997 Northeastern Conference Coach of the Year. The Virginia Tech Hokies assistant coaches are Ryan Fecteau and Kurt Elbin. Coach Ryan Fecteau, a Gilmanton, New Hampshire native is also in his first year with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in business graduate from Saint Anselm College and a master’s degree in education graduate from Saint Lawrence University. Then, Coach Kurt Elbin also in his first year with the Hokies coaching staff hails from Bedford, Pennsylvania. He is a Lock Haven University alumnus and a master’s degree graduate from the University of California. Coach Elbin is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. The volunteer assistant coach is Micheal Thomas. And finally, Corey Haines is the director of baseball operations.