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Tryouts and Camps

June 11: Open Tryouts For Graduated Seniors And Upcoming Seniors, 9AM-1PM. Please Bring An Up-To-Date Physical!

 

June 17-18: Kids' College Camps. Ages 8-14. One day is $30, two days is $50 with a free tee-shirt

 

June 23: Prospect ID Camp, Grades 9-12, $50. See below for more details.

 

Alabama Southern Softball Prospect ID and Skills Camp

Grades 9th – 12th

Location: Alabama Southern Community College, Monroeville, Al

Thursday, June 23, 2015

Starts: 9am / Ends: 1pm

Camp Cost: $50.00

Camp Description

 

Coach Powell along with other qualified collegiate coaches and Alabama Southern Athletes will direct a one day camp for softball players going into their freshman year of high school and older.

This camp is designed for the softball player looking to impress college coaches and compete against athletes of a similar level. There will be an emphasis on fundamentals of playing the game at the highest level. Our goal is to provide a fun environment so campers experience our coaching style and see how we practice and play at Alabama Southern. We will use our years of experience and knowledge to provide a challenging daily schedule to train and evaluate the best and most competitive individuals at camp!

General Information

 

Time:

9:00am to 1:00pm

Players receive:
Opportunity to meet, learn and be evaluated by Alabama Southern coaches.
Professional instruction in all areas of the game of softball

Instructors:
Head Coach: Coach Powell
Asst. Coach: Coach Kristy Burton
Current and former Alabama Southern Softball Players

Current Assistant Coach and former South Alabama softball player Meghan Collins

Equipment
Each player must bring her own softball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, helmet, cleats, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Players must have sneakers or turf shoes for the hitting portion of camp.

 

 

 

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