June 3, 2015
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Fresh off its first NCAA Regional appearance since 2006, the University of Notre Dame baseball program has finalized its 2015 summer camp schedule.
Notre Dame will offer four different camps — a pair of day camps for children ages 6-11, a developmental camp for children ages 12-14 and a prospect camp for ages 15-18 — during the summer months.Â
The day camps will be held June 15-18 and June 22-25, before the developmental camp (June 29 — July 1) and the prospect camp (July 20-22) wrap up the summer.
All four camps will take place at Frank Eck Stadium, the home of the Irish. The Eck is equipped with four outdoor batting cages, pitching machines and a Major League clubhouse. There are four bullpen mounds and a bunting area. The cage area includes tee and soft toss areas. Adjacent to the stadium is an indoor pitching and hitting facility, which houses four indoor cages (two of which have clay mounds), is fully equipped with artificial turf and has a classroom inside for video breakdown.
Participants at all four camps will receive instruction from the Notre Dame baseball staff and select student-athletes in addition to other high school and college coaches.
For those participating in the final two camps, an overnight option is available, with the University’s dormitories and North Dining Hall providing housing and meals during the week.
The day camps provide an excellent opportunity for the young athlete to fine-tune his skills in a fun and exciting atmosphere.
The developmental camp is ideal for players looking for advanced technical instruction, both offensively and defensively, while the prospect camp session is geared and tailored for the high school player looking to compete atÂ the highestÂ level and possibly move on to play collegiately. Prospect Camp draws top-level talent from across the country and provides an opportunity to compete with and against an impressive pool of players ages 15-18.Â
For more information — including pricing and times — for all four camps, check out the baseball camps page here.
–Russell Dorn, Assistant Media Relations Director