STARKVILLE, Miss. - Head softball coach Vann Stuedeman announced Friday spots are still available for the 2013 Mississippi State Softball Summer Camps. A commuter camp for those in grades second through eighth will take place June 17-19, while an overnight camp for those in grades seventh through 12th will take place June 24-27. Youth softball players looking for in-depth, personalized instruction from one of the best coaching staffs in the South can attend by signing up online or completing the brochure attached in this story and mailing it in.
The clinics will be held at the nationally-known MSU Softball Complex, the Shira Athletic Complex and the Palmeiro Center, Starkville's universally-praised softball indoor practice facility. Instruction for the camps will be provided by Stuedeman, Assistant Coach Beth Mullins and Assistant Coach Alan Reach.
The camp is designed to provide intensive instruction on all aspects of the game of softball. The focus will be on defensive skills, hitting skills and game strategy. All defensive positions, including pitcher and catcher, will be covered. There will also be extensive work on hitting. The athletes will have the opportunity to scrimmage every day as well. Campers will be placed in teams based on age/skill level.
Cost for the June 17-19 camp is $200 (includes lunch). Check-in for the first camp is Monday, June 17, from 8-8:45 a.m. at the MSU Softball Stadium.
Cost for the June 24-27 camp is $350 for overnight campers and $290 for commuter campers. Check-in for the second camp is Monday, June 24, from 8-8:45 a.m. at the MSU Softball Stadium.
For questions regarding the clinics, please contact Coach Mullins at (662) 325-0572 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.