Please Be Advised: Our Prospect Camp that was Scheduled for January 17th-19th, 2020 has been CANCELLED due to unforeseen delays in the renovations to the Trinity University Baseball Field.
Refunds to All Registed Campers are in Process.
We Sincerely Apologize for this Inconvenience.
- The Trinity University Baseball Program
We are having a prospect camp on Friday through Sunday, January 17th through the 19th, at the Tiger baseball field on Trinity University’s campus in the heart of San Antonio, TX. The cost of the camp is $375 per camper. Our camp is different than most collegiate prospect camps in the sense that it is a very intimate environment. Our entire coaching staff will be in attendance to instruct and evaluate you and our current players will help organize and run the camp. There will not be other schools in attendance or any other type of outside influence. *Please note that a shirt will be provided for all campers, but hats will not be provided. All meals and accomodations are the responsibility of the camp attendees.*
The schedule for the camp will be as follows:
Friday, January 17th:
5:15pm – Campers arrive for check in
6:00pm – Welcome and Introduction by Coach Scannell, Head Coach of the Tigers
6:15pm – Dynamic Warm-Up and 60 Yard Dash
6:45pm – Posititional Evaluations
8:15pm – Live Defense and Simulated Game Scenarios
9:00pm – Camp Breaks for Day 1
Saturday, January 18th:
8:30am – Campers arrive for check in
9:15am – On-Field BP & Hitting Stations
11:30am – Break for Lunch
2:00pm – Round Robin Tournament Starts
Pitching evaluations will all be done during the games
5:00pm – Camp Breaks for Day 2
Sunday, January 19th:
8:30am – Campers Arrive at field
9:00am – Day 2 of Round Robin Tournament Begins
12:00pm – Concluding statements from the coaching staff and goodbyes
Our camps are truly instructional in nature. So, we will limit the attendance of the camp to 70 campers. This is done so that the instruction is intimate enough for you and our coaching staff to have constructive dialogue around any questions that campers might have. Along with being instructional in nature, we utilize our camps as one of our main evaluation and recruiting tools.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to Coach Waters if you have any questions or concerns on any of the above!
We look forward to seeing you on campus soon.