STARKVILLE, Miss. - Head softball coach Vann Stuedeman announced Wednesday the schedule for Mississippi State’s summer camps. A day camp for children entering grades two through six will be held June 16-18 while a session for children entering seventh through 12th grade will take place June 23-26. The Bulldogs round out the camp season with a team camp, open for high school and travel ball teams, from July 8-10.
The clinics will be held at the MSU Softball Complex, the Shira Athletic Complex and the Palmeiro Center, Starkville's praised softball indoor practice facility. Instruction for the camps will be provided by Stuedeman and assistant coaches Beth Mullins and Tyler Bratton.
Cost for the June 16-18 day camp is $210. The first two days of the camp will run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and the third day lasts from 9 a.m.-noon. The summer camp for junior high and high schoolers will cost $365 for overnight campers and $290 for day campers.
Cost for the July 8-10 team session is $200 per player and there is a maximum of 16 squads. All teams are guarenteed a minimum of four games with umpires. The daily schedule will include team defense and hitting workouts, skill competitions, team-building activities and a strength & conditioning information session with an MSU strength coach.