NIKE Baseball Camps Return To University of Maryland Eastern Shore

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PRINCESS ANNE, Maryland – The University of Maryland Eastern Shore is welcoming back one of the East Coast’s best baseball camps June 23-26 on campus in Princess Anne, Maryland. Registration is still open for both overnight and extended day campers. Hawks skipper Brian Hollamon will lead the Nike camp that is managed by U.S. Sports Camps.

“We are extremely excited to be offered the chance to hold this camp again here at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore,” said Hollamon. “We are looking forward to welcoming back campers and seeing new ones.  We will be teaching young athletes the sport of baseball, the ‘Hawk Way.’ Our hope is to make this camp one that players put on their calendar each and every year.”

The Nike Baseball Camp is the perfect opportunity for baseball players in the state and throughout the region to enhance their skills. Camp will cover fielding, hitting, base-running, as well as game time situations and daily scrimmages.

Attendees will enjoy top quality instruction, gain valuable game experience, and have serious fun! Activities of the camp include individual instruction, position specific training and full scrimmages.

The camp staff will be comprised of local coaches and former players who will be giving individualized attention.

The Nike Baseball Camp in Princess Anne is for ages 9-18. The cost is just $505 for overnight campers and $405 for extended day campers who attend from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Check in is 11 a.m. on the June 26 while check out for all campers is 1 p.m. on the June 23. For questions, or to register, go online to ussportscamps.com or call 1-800 Nike Camp (800-645-3226).

The program is designed to benefit all ability levels, from beginners to advanced. Campers are broken up into groups based on skill level. Every aspect of the game is covered, giving the camper a solid skill foundation to build upon after camp. Full scrimmages allow campers to put their skills to the test in the game situations.

Some of the feedback received from last year’s camp include:

“The whole group and family members were about the children and baseball.”

“Practicing and playing games with the older boys made us all feel equally important.”

“Having the opportunity to show my baseball skills in front of college coaches and making new friends were some highlights.”

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