Come and join the Washington State University Cougars Baseball Prospect Camp. It is the ideal preparation camp for those players who desire to take their game to the collegiate level. This baseball prospect camp will run from the 24th of August until the 26th of August. It is open to all high school boys in grade 9 up to grade 12. Furthermore, this three-day high-level baseball camp is going to take place at the scenic Washington State University campus. The camp includes a pro-style workout and competitive live games. There will also be a performance evaluation for every registrant. In addition, other top Division II, Division III, and NAIA baseball coaches are also attending the program.
Washington State University, formerly State College of Washington, is a public, coeducational, land-grant, research university in Pullman, Washington. It also has other campuses in Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver. Washington State University is the state of Washington’s second largest university. Currently, the university is accommodating 24,904 undergraduate students. This student population has a 48 percent male and 52 percent female students gender distribution. The undergraduate student population is also through a selective acceptance rate of 72 percent. Correspondingly, Washington State University’s student to faculty ratio is 15:1. Washington State University is among the nation’s premier universities. As a matter of fact, it is 140th in National Universities of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 89th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 87th in the Best Value Schools rankings. In sports, Washington State University fields its men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in the Pacific 12 Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I. They are the Cougars and crimson and gray are their identity colors. Additionally, the Washington State Cougars baseball team has already 16 NCAA Tournament appearances and four College World Series appearances. They have also five Northwest Conference Championships.
Washington State University Cougars Baseball Prospect Camp Organizers
Marty Lees, a native of Lakeview, Oregon, is the head coach of the Washington State University Cougars baseball team. He is now entering his third season at the helm of the Cougars baseball program. Coach Marty Lees is a bachelor’s degree in physical education graduate from Western Oregon University. He is the former Oklahoma State assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. He is also the former Oregon State associate head baseball coach. Then, the Washington State University Cougars assistant head coach is Dan Spencer, a native of Vancouver, Washington. Coach Dan Spencer is a bachelor’s degree in history graduate from Portland State University. He is now entering his third season with the Cougars baseball coaching staff. At the same time, Coach Spencer is also the team’s pitching coach. Ultimately, Coach Spencer is the 2007 National Pitching Coach of the Year awardee. He is also a two-time Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Coach of the Year awardee. The Cougars assistant baseball coach is Jim Horner. Coach Jim Horner who hails from Twin Falls, Idaho is also entering his third season with the coaching staff. He is a Washington State University alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Coach Horner is a former Pacific-10 Conference Medal Winner. Finally, Kurt Lupinski is the team’s volunteer assistant coach.