Softball camps Aug.4-7

By Coach Scott Peterson published July 10, 2003

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's softball team will be conducting a team softball camp the week of August 4-August 7. The camp will be at the 4-Diamonds Complex on Nevada Avenue and will run from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. each day.

The cost will be $300 per team (for 6 players or more) or $50 for individuals. Individual campers are welcome and will be placed on a team.

The camp will be run by CU-Colorado Springs head coach Scott Peterson, plus Mountain Lions assistant coaches, and members of the CU-Colorado Springs team!

The camp will conclude on Thursday with a Tournament.

This camp is designed to help the high school players get ready for the upcoming fall season. Please bring a water bottle and a sack lunch.

Typical Camp Day:
8:00am-8:15 Introductions
8:15-8:30 Stretching
8:30-8:45 Throwing
8:45-10:00 Primary Position Drills
10:00-10:30 Team Competitions
10:30-12:00 1 and 1 Count Games
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:15 Team Talks
1:15-2:00 Base Running
2:00-3:00 Secondary Position Drills

Please contact Coach Scott Peterson at: 262-3006 or uccssoftball@aol.com for further information. Space will be limited so please enroll by July 28,2003.

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