1.
How can I register for camp?


The ideal option is to register online through the website, and pay via credit card. However, you may also print the camp brochure and required forms, then mail them in with your check.

2.



Are spots still available in each camp session?


Yes. When a particular session reaches capacity, we will denote that on the website.

3.



Can I pay for the camp via credit card?



Yes, if you utilize the Online Registration option via our website (online registration).

4.


When is the latest I can register for a particular camp?


While we will accept walk-ups to our camps (except Team Camps), we would prefer to have campers register at least two weeks prior to their camp session to assist us in planning and organizing the session.

5.


What forms are required for my son to participate?


All campers must have the following forms completed and signed before they may participate –
Physical or Physician’s Statement
Parent Release Statement
Medical Information

6.


What are the parameters for the physical/physician’s statement?


Campers must provide a signed physical or physician’s statement that has been dated within the last 12 months.

7.


Where will Check-In take place, and what will it entail?


Check-In for all camps will take place in the Palmeiro Center, located directly behind the 3rd base side of Dudy Noble Field. During check-in, camp fees will be paid in full, paperwork will be verified, and t-shirts will be handed out.

8.


How are campers assigned to squads?


In an attempt to make the games as fair and competitive as possible, campers are assigned to squads based on both their age and positions played.

9.


Is it possible for friends to be assigned to the same squad?


Yes, as long as they are of a similar age. When we begin Squad Breakdown, campers will have a chance to “buddy up” and be assigned to the same squad.

10.


Who will be coaching my son at camp?


Your son will learn from members of the MSU coaching staff, current MSU players, and additional college, junior college and high school coaches from around the country. Many of the coaches we bring in to assist us have been doing so for 5+ years.

11.


What is your coach-to-camper ratio?


In 2007, we averaged 5 campers for every 1 coach.

12.


Will there be a medical staff at the camp?


Yes. There will be a member of our Athletic Training Staff at every camp station. We will also have a trainer stay overnight in Evans Hall in case of emergency.

13.


May parents observe all the activities during camp?


Yes. Parents are encouraged to go wherever their son goes, so long as it does not interfere with the instruction being given. In most cases, parents can sit in the grandstands or on the sideline.

14.


Does my son need to bring a water bottle?


No. Coolers of Gatorade and cups will be provided at each station throughout the summer. We will also have drinks for sale at night in Evans Hall.

15.


What will happen if it rains?


With indoor facilities like the Palmeiro Center and Shira Complex, we can conduct full camp sessions, despite inclement weather. If for some reason a camp session must be postponed or cancelled, we will make that announcement on our website.

16.


What is the nearest airport, and will MSU provide pick-up and drop-off transportation to the airport for incoming campers?


The nearest airport is Golden Triangle Regional (GTR), which is about 15 minutes from campus. Delta Airlines has flights into this airport, and we will gladly provide transportation if you provide your flight information several days in advance.

17.



Will I receive a confirmation letter once I sign up for a camp session?


Yes






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