Baseball to Establish 'Diamond University' Life Skills Program

Being a collegiate baseball player takes more than just putting in time on the field and in the weight room. In addition to practices and games a student-athlete must also excel in the classroom and in the community, but balancing all of these requirements takes skill and determination. Read More

Cal State University Northridge Camps Frequently Asked Questions:

Where is Check In?

All campers will check in and out in the first base dugout at Matador Field.


Do I Need a Parking Pass?

If you decide to stay, you will need a parking pass to park in Lot E6. Daily parking passes are available at the kiosk for $6.


Where can Campers be Picked Up?

Campers must be picked up at the front gate of Matador Field. Please be prompt picking up your campers.


Are Parents Allowed to Stay and Watch?

Yes. Parents that stay and watch are asked to stay in the stands or on the grass area and off the playing surface at Matador Field.

We encourage the parents to experience the “Day in the Life” format as well, which includes watching the workout as well as attending the Diamond University Session in the classroom.


What Should I Bring to Camp?

Glove, Cleats, Baseball Pants, Batting gloves, helmet, catcher’s gear (if applicable), water bottle, and tennis shoes.

If your camp experience includes Diamond University please be sure to bring a notebook and something to write with along with a change of clothes if you would like.

For youth camps please also be sure to bring swim trunks as well as a towel.

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