Softball Winter Exposure and Skills Development Camp on January 9th and 10th, 2016 at the Elam Center on the UT Martin campus.
The camp will begin at 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 9th. Camp check-in/registration will begin at 1:00 pm. The camp cost is $100 for two-days of instruction and includes camp t-shirt, Saturday supper and Sunday lunch. A true bargain! Information detailing the entire camp is attached as a camp brochure and accompanying article. Enrollment is limited to the 1st 150 campers to sign up and we anticipate that the camp will fill quickly, again. Our Exposure Camp has attracted over 200 campers for the last three (3) years from throughout the country, but we want to do a BETTER JOB EVALUATING AND IDENTIFYING PROSPECTS! So we are downsizing this year. Last year campers were turned away at the door. We WILL NOT take walkups if the 150 player limit is reached prior to camp beginning. Already over 30 prospects have signed up to attend the camp and again, we believe it will fill quickly.
The camp will be directed by the UT Martin coaching staff. Additionally, other college coaches will be working and our own players will be assisting in camp instruction. The camp has proven to be a recruiting BONANZA for our Program. It has allowed us to identify players from Chicago, California, Wisconsin and Florida that otherwise we might not have seen or been aware of their ability on the playing field.
PLAYERS WITH DIVISION I ABILITY OR ASPIRATIONS, download the camp brochure and detailed article. I KNOW you won’t be disappointed in what you’ll learn about enhancing your softball skill level from our coaching group and hopefully you might get on someone’s RECRUITING RADAR!
If you have additional questions, please contact the UT Martin Softball Office directly at 731-881-7162 or Coach Canary at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to find and develop Division I players. We are looking for all classes with space in our 2016 class and all those above are wide open!
With Skyhawk Pride,
Head Softball Coach
The University of Tennessee at Martin