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Seton Hall University Fall Exposure Camp II

H.S Players Only

Note: The Catchers and Infielders positions are now closed. All other positions are still available.

Location: Owen T. Carroll Field Baseball

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Starts: 9:00am

Camp Cost: $100.00

Camp Description

 

This camp is open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and gender!

The Fall Exposure Baseball Camp provides an excellent opportunity for high school freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors to showcase their ability.

In addition, players will receive instruction in all phases of the game. It is designed for the serious baseball player, who has the interest and desire to play collegiate and /or professional baseball.

In keeping with the camp's philosophy of individual improvement of the player, enrollment is limited to small numbers to aide in the individual instruction. Enroll early to ensure a spot.

This camp will have a limited enrollment based on positions.

Note:
INF will play all infield positions in the games.
OF will play all outfield positions in the games.

Camp positions are limited to:
12 pitchers, 6 catchers, 10 Infielders and 8 Outfielders.

General Information

 

The Fall Exposure Baseball Camps are led by the Seton Hall University Coaching Staff. Coach Rob Sheppard has been at Seton Hall for 20 years, 10 as the Head Coach. Phil Cundari is the Associate Head Coach, has been on the coaching staff for 15 years and is the team's pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. Coach Mark Pappas who played for the Pirates from 2004 -2008 enters his 3rd year. His primary duties are with the hitters and outfielders. Assistant Coach Eric Duncan enters his second year serves as the infielders coach and assists with the hitters.

Tuition covers the entire cost of instruction, insurance and camp tee shirt. Tuition does not include travel, lodging or meals.

Players will need their own bat, glove, spikes, sneakers for indoors, hat and catcher's must bring their own gear.

Facilities
All camps take place at beautiful Owen T. Carroll Field located in the heart of campus. The field features a brand new turf surface as well as state of the art lighting system.

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

Camp Check-in

 

Please check in 30 mins prior to the scheduled start time.

Camp Waiver Information

 

Information & 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.

Download Waiver Form

Directions

 

From the Garden State Parkway (North or South)
Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Follow directions for 280 West.

From New Jersey Turnpike
Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 15W. Follow directions for 280 West.

From 78 East (Local)
Take Exit 49B (Maplewood). Stay to the right off the exit. Make the second right, which is a jug handle, and cross over Springfield Avenue onto Valley Street. Take this street approximately 3 miles to South Orange Avenue. Turn right and proceed 1 mile to the University. Enter through the Farinella Gate on the right.

From 280 West
Take Exit 11B, Day Street/Essex Avenue, Orange. Off-ramp becomes Freeway Drive West. Make a left at the second light onto South Day Street (Joyce Carnegie Place). Make a left at the next light onto Freeway Drive East. Turn right at the next light onto South Center Street. (South Center Street becomes Centre Street.). Follow it approximately 2 miles to the intersection of South Orange Avenue and Centre Street. Enter the University through the Farinella Gate across the intersection on South Orange Avenue.

Meals

 

Meals will NOT be provided for this camp

Merchandise

 

Seton Hall University Baseball merchandise will be available to purchase while at camp.

Miscellaneous Information

 

About Mike Sheppard Sr.
The family owned and operated Hustler's Baseball School was founded in 1974. It is the oldest continuous Baseball School in the area.

Mike Sheppard Sr. paid his dues working youth baseball, through high school, American Legion baseball and for 31 seasons as head coach at Seton Hall University with 998 wins. Coach Sheppard is the winningest coach in Seton Hall University history and ranks him high in the all time collegiate records. He is a three-time Big East Coach of the Year, who led his team to 27 post season Big East and NCAA tournament appearances. Shep has tutored major leaguers Craig Biggio, Rick Cerone, Charlie Puleo, John Valentin, Mo Vaughn, John Morris, Jason Grilli, Matt Morris and Dan Morogiello and former Hustler's Baseball School and Seton Hall Prep alumnus: Eric Duncan, Rick Porcello and Joe Martinez to name a few. The key to Shep's success has been a fundamental approach to the game of baseball coupled with the Hustler's attitude.

Contact Information

 

Questions regarding Mike Sheppard Baseball Camps at Seton Hall University? Call (973) 761-9557 or e-mail shepparo@shu.edu .

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