Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field
University of Mississippi Camps Frequently Asked Questions:
What do I need to do for my child to attend camps?
Register and pay online. Please make sure to still bring your Doctor’s Permission in the Brochure Form.
When & Where do we report?
Arrive at O-U Stadium (baseball field) between 8am-8:30am Monday morning of camp for check-in.
What should we bring?
Each camper needs to provide their own: Baseball Glove Baseball Cleats/Spikes Baseball Cap Tennis Shoes (For indoor workouts) Baseball Pants Baseball Bat Spending Money for Concessions & Souvenir Stand * Please be sure to clearly label all personal equipment items.
What are the meals and accomodations?
Morning Only (9:00am-Noon)
Full Day (9:00am-4:00pm)
Overnight (MUST BE 10 YEARS OLD OR OLDER)
Half Week (MUST BE 10 YEARS OLD OR OLDER)
What kind of supervision will be at camp?
Supervision is provided around the clock, from drop off to departure. Health care will be provided by a full-time trainer. Each session begins and ends at the O-U Baseball Stadium. Transportation during the camp is provided.
What will campers learn?
These weekend specialty camps offer extensive instruction on the specific skill of hitting, pitching, or catching for campers of all grade levels.
What facilities do they learn in?
You can find more details in the Facilities Tab. Each morning session and afternoon session will begin and end at the O-U Baseball Stadium. Our beautifully manicured field, indoor hitting complex, and team meeting room provide campers with a unique opportunity to play in one of college baseball’s most highly regarded and recognized facilities. We will also utilize other facilities on campus such as the Manning Performance Center, Softball Complex, the Turner Center, Gillom Sports Center, and the Intramural Fields. This allows the camp to operate for the entire weekend regardless of weather.
Do you offer private lessons?
Ole Miss Baseball Camps are excited to provide private instructional lessons by members of the Ole Miss Baseball coaching staff. These lessons are designed to teach players of all ages the proper mechanics to be successful at the next level. Private one-on-one lessons are available for individuals in the 8th grade and younger. Small group clinics of at least three individuals are also available, which includes individuals in grades 1-12. Lessons are open to any and all entrants. If you are interested in additional information about these opportunities you can call the Ole Miss Baseball office at 662-915-6643 or 662-915-1348.