Weber State Softball Camps provide players and teams with a competitive and educational experience. Our goal is to teach the game by building a solid foundation for players at all levels. Campers will be run through Division I drills designed to develop skills, vision and competency. All drills are specifically geared to prepare each camper for competition at the highest level.


Those attending Weber State Softball Camp will work with our experienced coaching staff. Sessions will be a balance of instruction, skills and game experience. Athletes will learn the latest methods in training & technique.


All of our camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, and/or grade level).


The Weber State coaching staff wants each camper to have an individual experience, where they can learn and enjoy the game of softball.  The coaching staff will work with each camper at their skill level.  To insure safety of each campers, the staff will divided campers into skill levels and/or age groups.  If your camper wishes to change groups or join a higher skill level please inform the camp instructors.

Date Description Info
Transfer Portal/Junior College Camp
June Skills Camp
($75.00 - $150.00)
July Skills Camp
($75.00 - $150.00)
24' 25' Prospect Camp

Coaching Staff:

Mary Kay Amicone - Head Coach

Mary Kay Amicone begins her third season at Weber State in 2015-16, after helping guide the Wildcats to their best winning percentage and most wins of Wildcat softball. 


Under Amicone's guidance, the Wildcats posted a 38-19 record during her second season, including a 13-6 mark and Big Sky Conference Champions, the first for Weber State Sofball. The 2015 team broke nearly every imaginable measurement, the season was a record-shattering one for the Purple and White. Weber State finished with 38 overall wins, 13 Big Sky Conference wins, and set team records for batting average (.319), runs (349), hits (490), RBI (309), total bases (701), and stolen bases (59). The 38 wins eclipsed the modern-era record of 21 set in 2012. 


Junior third baseman Alyson Kulp set a new team record for hits in a season with 78, while junior shortstop Aubrey Whitmer became the first player in school history to bat for more than .400 as she finished a .405.


Weber State’s previous single-season record for hits was 59, and, in addition to Kulp, Whitmer (68) and sophomore right fielder Sara Hingsberger (63) sailed past that mark as well to rank 1-2-3 in the record books.


MaCauley Flint set a new career record for strikeouts as she recorded 273 Ks in just two seasons for the Wildcats, and is the Wildcats’ modern-era record holder for wins in the circle with 24.


It all culminated in Weber State earning its first-ever berth in the NCAA Regionals, where the Wildcats travelled to Lafayette, Louisiana, joining national powerhouse Louisiana, Baylor, and Mississippi State in the Lafayette Regional.


Amincone is 574-219-2 as a collegiate head coach, including a 141-120 in five seasons at the Division I level.




Wildcat Softball Field:

The Weber State softball program plays all of its home games at Wildcat Softball Field.  Built in 2009 for the addition of softball back to Weber State after the program was dropped in 1983, the field is located in the northwest section of the Dee Events Center complex.


The Olympic Ice Sheet beyond the left field fence and a forest of scrub oak trees beyond the right field fence frame a view of the Ogden Valley to center, while a majestic view of the Wasatch Mountain Range lies to the north and east of the field.


Netted batting cages are situated outside the left field foul territory fence, allowing batting practice for multiple hitters simultaneously.


What to Bring: Campers should come prepared with all necessary softball equipment including but not limited too: Glove, Helmet, Bat, Batting Gloves, Catchers gear, sweats, tennis shoes, cleats (metal or plastic), Ball and water.  It is suggested that each camper write names on their equipment.  Weber State will not be responsible for lost or stolen items during camp.  When camps are located at the Fieldhouse campers must bring tennis shoes or plastic cleats, metal spikes will not be allowed in the Fieldhouse.   


Where to Stay:


Ogden Marriot Hotel
247 24th Street
Ogden UT 84401
Phone (801) 627-1190


Comfort Suites
2250 S. 1200 W,
Ogden, UT 84401 
Phone (801) 621-2545


Ben Lomond Suites
2510 Washington Boulevard Ogden, UT 84401
(801) 627-1900


Where to Eat: 

The Pie Pizzeria- Pizza and Salad

1225 Country Hills Drive, Ogden, UT 84403


Jimmy Johns-Sandwiches

3685 Harrison Boulevard Ogden, UT


Corner Bakery- Soups, Salads, and Sandwiches

4315 South Harrison Blvd.,Ogden, UT 84403


Subway- Sandwiches

4250 South Harrison Boulevard Ogden, UT


T-Shirts Registrations must be received one week prior to camp or we cannot guarantee you a t-shirt at camp.


Refunds NO Refunds- There are no refunds-if you can't attend a specific clinic and you notify the camp director ASAP. 


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication