BELLEVUE COLLEGE SOFTBALL CAMPS
Learn to Play like a Bulldog, Learn to Play like a Champion!
2015 SUMMER CAMP DATES:
□ July 22, 2015: Elite Camp (13-18—Experience Necessary)
□ July 28-29, 2015: General Camp (6-13)
Schedule for All Camps:
9:30am: Registration/Check in
10:00am-12:00pm: Morning Session
12:30pm-2:30pm: Afternoon Session
2:30pm-3:30pm: Optional Pitching Session
□ All camps will include the morning and afternoon sessions and they will cover offense, defense, and base running.
□ Those interested in pitching need to sign up for the extra pitching session and need to provide their own catcher.
□ Elite camp is $90 per camper when paid prior to camp.
□ Elite camp is $110 per camper when paid day of.
□ General camp is $180 per camper when paid prior to camp.
□ General camp is $200 per camper when paid day of.
□ Optional Pitching Session-add $25 per camper.
□ All campers receive a free Bellevue Softball T-Shirt!
□ Sign up as a team and the 10th player is FREE!
□ Sign up for a second camp and receive $50 off your registration!
□ Camp to take place at Bellevue College Softball Field:
3000 Landerholm Circle SE,
Bellevue, WA 98007
□ Campers need to be equipped with shoes, helmet, mitt, bat, etc. and bring their own water bottles and lunch.
Click on the following on-line registration link.
Or you can e-mail Head Coach Leah Francis at email@example.com
The Bellevue College softball program’s coaches and players are committed to teaching the fundamental skills of softball to the areas future stars! Head Coach Leah Francis will serve as the lead instructor. Coach Francis (UW Alumni 1999) played for the University of Washington softball program and played in numerous Women’s College World Series games while at the UW. The BC Coaching staff has extensive experience as players and coaches and brings vast knowledge about the game to BC. The BC softball camps and clinics are designed to teach the skills of offense and defense that are useful for players of all levels; youth leagues, summer leagues, high school, and college and will help them to become more successful in the sport of softball!
For further information on BC camps and clinics, contact Head Coach, Leah Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206-650-8283. We look forward to seeing you at the ballpark!
The offensive sessions will focus on teaching the fundamentals to help players become better offensively. The sessions will include an overview of hitting and bunting and provide players with a number of drills to help incorporate the fundamentals into the various areas of offense. The baserunning portion will be designed to show players techniques and tricks to help them become bigger threats on the base paths! The offensive portions are great for players who need a review of hitting and baserunning or for players who are just starting out.
The defensive sessions will focus on teaching the fundamentals to help players become better defensively. These sessions will include an overview of infield and outfield drills and will break down the throwing techniques to help players become more consistent and sound with their defensive skills. The defensive portions are designed to take you from the basic fundamentals to high skill level techniques. Whether you are an infielder, outfielder or catcher, all defensive will learn valuable skill sets from these sessions.
The pitching sessions will focus on teaching the fundamentals to help players become better pitchers. These sessions will break down pitching mechanics and techniques. In addition, for the more experienced pitchers, specific pitch mechanics will be taught.
WHAT TO BRING:
Be sure to bring gloves, bats, proper clothing (shoes, cleats and cold weather clothing) as well as refreshments and lunches (for camps that run through lunch time). CAMPS ARE ALL-WEATHER! NO REFUNDS.
Assistant coaches and players from BC softball will serve as assistant instructors to ensure a proper participant instructor ratio of approximately 6:1. Parents and coaches are encouraged to watch, ask questions, and provide reflective commentary on instructor quality. We value this input and have used this to improve our quality of instruction. Observers must stay clear of the activity area in order to maintain a safe camp environment. Once camp terminates, there will be NO direct supervision of campers (although staff will be present at the facility).
All participants must have medical clearance and insurance to participate. Medical expenses for accidents and / or illnesses are not the responsibility of Bellevue Community College.
All BC summer camps will be held at the BC Softball field located on the main BC campus in Bellevue. The softball field is on the north end of campus (located below the baseball field). The campus address is: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Bellevue, WA 98007
From I-405 and I-90 interchange in Bellevue: East on I-90. Exit 11B (148th Ave. SE), which hooks over I-90. Take a left at SE 24th St (3rd stoplight after exiting). Proceed straight through (heading west) to gym parking lot just past the field. Address: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE (intersection of 148th Ave. SE and SE 30th. Softball field is located below the baseball field.