EAC Summer Softball Camp (Ages 2001-2004)
Darin Delgado, American River College
Lisa Delgado, American River College
Ashley McMahon, American River College
Andy Lopez, American River College
American River College Athletes
Stephanie Ceo, University of Texas
Tayana Mata, University of Hawaii
Ages: Girls 13-16
Location: American River College
Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 to Friday, June 30, 2017
Start Time: 9:00 A.M.
End Time: 2:00 P.M.
Camp Cost: $299.00
Each player will receive personalized instruction. Through specialized stations and afternoon game competition, the camp will focus on the development of individual player fundamentals as well as team concepts.
The EAC camp will focus on providing instruction in proper techniques of hitting, slapping, bunting, base running, sliding, stealing, fielding, throwing, receiving, position play, team strategies, mental strategies and more. This camp will be limited to 24 players! The ratio of coach to player will be like no other camp. The coaching staff will provide individual instruction to every player!
Our tentative schedule is:
9:00 - 11:45: Skills, Drills, & Fundamentals
11:45 - 12:15: Lunch
12:15 - 2:00: Controlled Scrimmages and Games
Please bring your own snack, lunch and plenty of water!
In addition, bring your glove, cleats and a bat. Be sure to put your name on your equipment because others may bring the same kind of gear. Enrollment is limited to 24 participants, so register early!
Each participant attending the camp must turn in a signed registration form and liability release form.
Please check in at American River College softball field 30 minutes prior to the start time.
Camp Waiver Information
EAC purchases secondary excess accidental medical coverage, in the amount of $25,000, for all individual clinic participants. There is a deductible which shall be the parent's responsibility. Teams must provide a certificate of insurance. Please be sure to read the attached liability re- lease and medical treatment authorization form and provide all information requested. The parent/legal guardian must sign the liability release form and medical treatment authorization before any child can participate.