COVID 19 Update: 


After long and careful consideration by the University, Boston College will be canceling all camp programming for this summer. 


We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you and your family. We anticipate a full return in the summer of 2021.


Full refunds will be issued in the coming days for anyone who has already registered.


If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me at my contact info below. 


Thank you for your understanding during these unprecedented times. Please stay safe and Go Eagles!


Coach Sully  



Save the Dates -BC Youth Summer Camps (6 Years old - 12 Years old) 2021

Session 1: July 5th-9th, 2021

Session 2: July 12th-16th, 2021

Session 3: July 19th-23rd, 2021


Session 4: July 26th-30th, 2021



Boston College is excited to offer a number of  baseball camps throughout the year for players of all ages and abilities. Our Baseball camps are a great way for young athletes to learn new techniques and become overall better players. In addition, campers will have the opportunity to learn from our assistant coaches and current student-athletes on our new state of the art baseball facility.


Harrington Athletics Village (HAV) opened its doors in mid-March 2018, giving the Boston College baseball and softball programs new full-time homes on BC’s Brighton Campus. The facility provides both teams with state-of-the-art, all-season stadiums built to host both ACC and NCAA Championship games. 

The complex is equipped with AstroTurf Diamond Series and Musco LED lights allowing for night games.? The facility also feature?s?heated benches and restrooms in each dugout, a large Daktronics scoreboard, video replay capabilities, and expanded press boxes.
The baseball facility, Eddie Pellagrini Diamond, includes 1,000 seat-back chairs with an expandable capacity of 2,500 for championship events. The outdoor cages can be found beyond the right field wall. While each baseball bullpen offers two turf mounds, a single dirt mound rounds out the Eagle’s pen to assist in preparing for away games on natural fields.
Phase two of Harrington Athletics Village is set to open at the start of the 2020-21 academic year. It was announced on June 26th, 2019 the 31,000 square-foot building would be known as the Pete Frates Center, home to the Boston College baseball and softball programs.
The building’s namesake is a 2007 graduate who roamed the outfield at old Shea Field, captained the baseball program his senior year, and was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in March 2012 at the age of 27. He and his family made significant efforts to raise awareness and money in the effort to find a cure for the progressive disease, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. While Pete is known for being a friend to all and a man serving others, he is most known for being the inspiration behind the Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in the summer of 2014.
The 31,000-square foot building features player lounges and locker rooms for both the baseball and softball programs in addition to three umpire locker rooms. The space also includes an equipment room, athletic training room, strength and conditioning space, hitting tunnels/turf field, and hospitality space.



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2020 Boston College Prospect Summer Clinics: 


Canceled for the Summer of 2020. 




2020 Boston College Youth Camp Dates:  


Canceled for the Summer of 2020: 


Save the dates: Summer 2021: 


July 5th-9th, 2021 

July 12th-16th, 2021

July 19th-23rd, 2021

July 26th-30th, 2021


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Currently Zero Open Camps

Boston College Baseball Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).


The Boston College Baseball Camps must comply with Regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Health.