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Cougar Baseball Winter Showcase01/12/2019 - 01/13/2019 ~ Saturday - Sunday Registration Ends: 01/12/2019$275.00 | Schroeder Park & Houston Area HS Fields 3100 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77204
Consistently recognized as one of the nation's elite college baseball program each year, Houston Baseball has elevated its program over the last several seasons and now remains among the Top 25 under head coach Todd Whitting.
2018 will mark the eighth year for Whitting at the helm and under his guidance, the Cougars have won four American Athletic Conference Championships (two tournament (2014, 2017) and two regular-season titles (2015, 2017)). Houston has been awarded two NCAA Regional host bids (2015, 2017), while advancing to an NCAA Super Regional following a Regional Championship in Baton Rouge, La. in 2014.
30 Cougars were selected in the MLB First-Year Player Draft since 2011 and of the 31, 25 were undrafted out of high school - showing the development of the Houston program. The 2017 Draft class saw a first-round selection, a third-round selection, and a fourth-round selection, while former Cougar Austin Pruitt (2012-13) is excelling in the Major Leagues as a starting pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Houston Baseball has not only succeeded in Championship play, but have accomplishment much more off the field, landing a 3.0 team cumulative GPA every semester since Whitting took over seven years ago.
Saturday morning will consist of a Pro-Style workout followed Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday by games at Darryl and Lori Schroeder Park and other area High School Fields. The college coaches and scouts will be at the workout as well as the games for the weekend.
Please make sure the email information is correct when signing up as that will be the way communication is sent out to you as the camp gets closer.
What to bring
Please make sure you sign up using an email account that you frequently check as this will be how I get information about the camps to you. Having the proper email account will help to eliminate any miscommunication.
Per NCAA rules all camps and clinics held by the University of Houston are open to everyone, enrollment is only limited based on age, grade level or number restrictions be each camp.
Waiver & Medical Release Form will be attached to your e-mail confirmation. It is also available in this camp listing. Please print fill out, sign and deliver this form to the registration check in on the first day of camp. You will be unable to attend camp without this form. Download Waiver
Darryl and Lori Schroeder Park
Parking available in lot 15H or behind the RF wall.
Royal Sonesta Houston: To make reservations use University of Houston -Baseball web link or call 855-463-3091. Use group code 1105UHBASE.
There will be UH merchandise (hats, shorts, DVD's) for sale each day of camp, the table will be set up in the mornings at drop off, lunch and again at the end of the day for pick up.
What if I have to cancel a camp?
Full time trainer on duty throughout completion of camp.