• Summer Camps

  • June 18-22
  • June 25-29
  • July 9-13
  • July 16-20
  • July 23-27
  • July 30 – August 3

Sign Up for the 2018 Summer Baseball Camp

June 2018

  • June 18-22
  • June 25-29

July - August 2018

  • July 9-13
  • July 16-20
  • July 23-27
  • July 30 – August 3

  • TIMES:
    Monday- Friday
    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Standard Camp: 6 - 14 years old

    To teach proper fundamentals and techniques of the game of baseball in order to ensure maximum success and reduce the risk of injury. Also an emphasis on personal instruction. Above all, to enjoy and have fun playing the game of baseball.

    Tuition includes instruction and T-shirt.
    Camp Rate (per player):
    - $340.00
    2nd Camp Rate: - $310.00 per player (2nd camp returnees in the 2018 Summer Sessions)
    3rd Camp Rate: - $280.00 per player (3rd camp returnees in the 2018 Summer Sessions)
    Family Camp Rate: - 2 members is 310.00 per player
    3 members is 280.00 per player

    Team Camp Rate: - $310.00 for 6 members or more of the same team - Contact the CLU Baseball office for arrangements

    Hitting, Fielding, Sliding, Pitching, Throwing, Bunting, Base Running

    Players to Receive:
    -Excellent professional instruction on a personal level
    -Camp T-shirt
    -Certificate upon completion of camp

    Players to Bring:
    -Baseball Shoes
    -Baseball Pants
    -Personal Bat (if desired)
    -Sack Lunch

    1. Mini-Clinics-Series of lectures on various skills, techniques and drills used for improvement.
    2. Demonstrations-Live execution of drills so players can see how the drills should be performed.
    3. Group Participation-Player performing various drills under staff supervision.
    4. Games-Team scrimmages will occur throughout the week.
    5. Videos-Classroom instruction on various skills and techniques.

    *Click Here for Summer 2018 Sign-Up Form

    Performance Nutrition Suggestions
    The purpose of California Lutheran University’s (CLU) Performance Nutrition program is to familiarize campers and future student athletes with concepts related to nutrition as well as provide a basic understanding of how one's diet can impact athletic performance.

    Just as top grade fuel is crucial to the performance of a sports car, nutrition is the cornerstone to optimal athletic training and performance. Poor eating habits can lead to sub-optimal results. Timing and a balance of nutrients from healthy recipes that ideally include a combination of carbohydrates, proteins and fluids will improve athlete performance..

    • Start the day with breakfast – get the day started right!

    • Most athletes will benefit from eating small amounts frequently, rather than trying to obtain all their calories in three major meals. Eat every 4-5 hours throughout the day.

    • Drink even if you are not thirsty. By the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated.

    • Drink something that tastes good. You’ll drink more.

    • Avoid caffeinated drinks (coffee, sodas, tea) and alcohol since they cause dehydration.