Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Baseball Prospect Camp

The Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Baseball Prospect Camp is open to all pitchers, catchers, first base players, outfielders, and infielders. It is a two-day baseball program that will run from July 17 to July 18. It is inviting all high school male baseball players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2020. This baseball prospect camp is going to take place at the top-notch David F. Couch Ballpark in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Furthermore, the camp’s schedule is set to start at 8:00 AM on Day 1 and end at 5:30 PM on Day 2. It will be under the direction of the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons baseball coaching staff. Registration fee is $299 per camper.
Wake Forest University, originally Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute, is a private, coeducational, nonprofit, nonsectarian, research university in Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It is offering 42 major and 63 minor academic programs. Additionally, Wake Forest University consists of six colleges and schools. They are the Undergraduate College or Wake Forest College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, the School of Divinity, the School of Law, and the School of Medicine. Moreover, Wake Forest University is 61st in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. It is also 27th in National Universities and 12th Best Undergraduate Teaching in the 2018 edition of U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges rankings. Currently, Wake Forest University is serving around 5,000 undergraduate students and around 3,000 postgraduate students. 47 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 53 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 30 percent. Correspondingly, Wake Forest University’s student to faculty ratio is 10:1. In athletics, the university features teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference of the National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I. The athletes’ nickname is Demon Deacons and old gold and black are their identity colors.

Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Baseball Prospect Camp Organizers

The head coach of the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons baseball team is Tom Walter, a native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Coach Tom Walter is a bachelor’s degree in finance graduate from Georgetown University. He is also a master’s degree graduate from George Washington University. Coach Tom Walter is now in his ninth year at the helm of the Demon Deacons baseball program. Ultimately, Coach Walter led the Demon Deacons to a couple of NCAA Regional berths. He is now holding an overall 667-549 win-loss coaching record. His college playing career includes a 1991 Big East Conference All-Academic Team selection. Then, the Demon Deacons assistant baseball coaches are Bill Cilento and Matt Hobbs. Coach Bill Cilento who hails from Brookeville, Maryland is also in his ninth season with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in accounting graduate from Siena College. He was part of the college’s Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) regular season championship team. Meanwhile, Coach Matt Hobbs, an alumnus of the University of Missouri is now in his fourth year with the coaching staff. He is the former University of San Francisco pitching coach. Joey Hammond is the Demon Deacons volunteer assistant coach and Brian Holmes is the student assistant coach. Finally, Chris Schafer is the team’s bullpen catcher.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
Wake Forest University,
Winston-Salem, NC
The Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Baseball Prospect Camp is inviting all high school boys in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 who are aspiring to play at the college level. It is a two-day event that will run from the 17th of July until the 18th of July. This program will take place at the leading-edge David F. Couch Ballpark.

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