Washington University Bears Baseball Prospect ID Camp

Join the Washington University Bears Baseball Prospect ID Camp from 10 o’clock in the morning until 5 o’clock in the afternoon on the 26th of August. This baseball identification camp is going to take place at the state of the art Kelly Field which is on the Washington University campus. All high school boys in graduating classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020 who aspire to play at the college level are eligible to join. Additionally, this program is an excellent ground for the participants to enhance their skills in all areas of the game. The training program focuses on batting, fielding, base running and throwing skill development. There will also be game situation and video analysis. Furthermore, this baseball camp is going to be under the direction of the Washington University in St. Louis Bears baseball coaching staff. The registration fee is $150 and check-in will start at 9:30 AM on Day 1. Overall, it is going to be a physically demanding but fun experience.
Washington University, originally Eliot Seminary, is a private, coeducational, research university in St. Louis, Missouri. Its name is in honor of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Washington University comprises seven schools. They are the Arts and Sciences, the Brown School, the Olin Business School, the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Law, and the School of Medicine. Moreover, Washington University is 36th in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. It is also 18th in National Universities and 22nd in Best Value Schools, of the 2018 edition of the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges rankings. Currently, the university is serving around 7,600 undergraduate students and around 7,600 postgraduate students. In athletics, Washington University fields 17 men’s and women’s varsity teams in the University Athletic Association of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. They are the Bears and their identity colors are red and green. Kelly Field is the home field of the Bear baseball team.

Washington University Bears Baseball Prospect ID Camp Organizers

Pat Bloom, a native of Tomah, Wisconsin, is the head coach of the Washington University in St. Louis Bears baseball team. He is now in his third season at the helm of the university’s baseball program. Coach Pat Bloom is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. He is also a master’s degree in sports studies with concentrations in sport behavior and performance and sport organization graduate from Miami University. Ultimately, Coach Bloom is the 2017 Central Region Coach of the Year. He is also a four-time Midwest Region Coach of the Year, a two-time Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association College Coach of the Year, and a two-time Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Then, the Bears assistant baseball coaches are Adam Rosen and Tyler Schmitt. Coach Rosen is at the same time the recruiting coordinator and the assistant sports performance coach. He is a bachelor’s degree in business management graduate from Maryville College. He is also a master’s degree in business administration graduate from Piedmont College. Meanwhile, Coach Tyler Schmitt is a bachelor’s degree in marketing graduate from Lakeland College.
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Service Type
Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
Washington University in St. Louis,
St. Louis, MO
Join the Washington University Bears Baseball Prospect ID Camp on August 26 from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Its venue is the top-notch Kelly Field, the home field of the Washington University Bears baseball team. This full-day event is open to all and any high school boys in graduating classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020. Registration fee is $150 per camper.

Camp Information



  • St. Louis, MO
  • August 26
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  • http://www.washubears.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/20170711lr3d9b
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