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Baseball Youth Day Camp
June 18-20

The Baseball Youth Day Camp offers instruction in the basic fundamentals of hitting, fielding and position development. Campers are grouped according to age, ability, experience, maturity and competitive spirit. Campers receive supervision, encouragement and excellent instruction by the Penn State coaching staff and Nittany Lion team players. The camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day. Each camper should bring a fielder's glove, batting gloves, bat(s), batting helmet and tennis shoes.

Who: Grades 2-8, boys and girls

Where: Intramural Fields (Park Ave. East Fields) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Fee: $210 (includes instruction and camp shirt)

Meals: Bring your own lunch. Water will be provided.

Baseball Prospect Camps
June 22, July 26 or August 26

The Penn State Baseball Prospect Camps are open to boys entering grades 7 and up. These one-day competitive camps are specifically designed for more advanced players who are serious about raising their skills in preparation for playing baseball beyond high school. Each camp provides campers with an opportunity to demonstrate their talents under the direct supervision and evaluation of the Penn State coaching staff. Each player will participate in a pro-style workout and baseball skill instruction. Additionally, each camp will include the HitTrax Method (click to visit) of player development to help campers improve their skill and understanding of hitting.

Who: Grades 7 and up, boys

Where: Medlar Field from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Fee: $190 per camp (includes instruction and camp shirt)

Meals: Bring your own lunch. Water will be provided.


Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, the home of the Nittany Lion baseball team is arguably one of the best collegiate stadiums in the country. A spacious clubhouse welcomes the Nittany Lions with a locker room, an expanded training room, a weight room, a team lounge and an indoor batting cage which also includes two dirt mounds for pitchers to work off of in inclement weather and opens directly into the Penn State bullpen on the right field line.

What to Bring for all Camps

Campers should bring a fielder's glove, batting gloves, a baseball cap, bat (if possible), batting helmet (if possible), spikes and tennis shoes. Catchers should bring all necessary gear, including shin guards, chest protectors and masks.

Guidelines for all Camps

1. Please be respectful to all coaches, athletic trainers, fellow campers and guests.

2. We have some of the best facilities in the world; please take care of them.

Penn State Sport Camps
Gardner House
Elm Road
University Park, PA 16802
Fax: 814-865-8883

In accordance with NCAA guidelines, all Penn State University Sport Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specified number, age, grade level and/or gender of its participants.


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