Lucas Erceg Selected 46th Overall In The 2016 MLB Draft
Since stepping foot on campus, Lucas Erceg has drawn national attention to both himself and the Menlo College baseball program for his professional level playing ability. Read More
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Menlo College (CA) Camps Frequently Asked Questions:
Can teams attend
Yes – we welcome teams depending upon the designated camp structure. We typically offer discounts to groups or teams. For team discounts please call CBC at 800 222-8152
What forms are required for my child to participate
Menlo College Medical History/Insurance form – this document will be attached to your e-mail receipt. If this is missing please call CBC at 800 222-8152
What items should my child bring to camp
Players to our day camps should bring the following: Glove, bat, baseball pants, cleats, baseball hat, and any other necessary equipment. At our kids camps, players will need to bring lunch.
How do I get to camp
Menlo College is located at 1000 El Camino Real, Atherton, CA. 94027. The baseball field is located just North of the main campus off Alejandro St.
Which airport is best for flight arrangements for the baseball camps
San Jose International Airport (SJC) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), are approx 20 minutes from campus. Oakland International Airport (OAK), located 40 minutes north in the East Bay.
Even if I live close to Menlo, should I come? (Prospect Camp)
Yes. Menlo Baseball has designed the camp to offer both local and outside prospects the opportunity to demonstrate their baseball skills in as competitive an environment as possible. Members of the Menlo Baseball staff, as well as top coaches, will participate in the camp in some capacity. Prospects will leave the camp with added baseball knowledge as well as a sense of what it is like to be instructed within the Menlo baseball program philosophy.
Do players from this camp ultimately get recruited to play at Menlo College? (Prospect Camp)
Yes. In the 2010 recruiting class we have 12 freshmen. Seven of these 12 attended one of our prospect camps. In several cases our camp was the first time we were able to see them play and evaluate their skills.
Can a player register for more than one position? (Prospect Camp)
Yes. We encourage every player to showcase themselves in the positions they feel will make them most competitive at the college level. We also encourage players to attend camp and learn more about a position or skill group that they might play at the high school level as well.