The Washington Baseball School

The Washington Baseball School provides some of the finest youth and high school baseball camps in the country. Whether you are a young beginner just learning the game, a middle school player ready to take your game up a notch, or a high school player with aspirations of playing at the next level, Washington baseball school has a camp to suit your needs. Coach Meggs, head coach at the University of Washington and his staff are present for all camps and take great pride in the quality of instruction, providing a 1 to 8 coach to camper ratio. All camps and clinics are high energy with great attention to detail and safety. This is a baseball opportunity that we feel confident will exceed your expectations. We look forward to seeing you on our campus!

 

If you’re looking for Softball instruction, please visit www.collegesoftballcamps.com/uwsoftball

Our baseball camps and showcases in Seattle, Wa are a great opportunity to take your game to the next level. Each camp is hosted by our staff here at the University of Washington.

Questions regarding Washington Baseball School? Please e-mail¬†washingtonbaseballschool@gmail.com or 206 931-4807. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this amazing Pac 12 Conference Baseball Camp!

Washington Baseball School
PO Box 1533
Bellevue, WA 98009-1533

 

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June 2018

Washington Baseball Diamond Dawg Hitting Experience I

06/25/2018 ~ Monday Registration Ends: 06/25/2018$95.00 | Marymoor Park 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 98052

Ages: 8-18 | Starts: 11:00am Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Seattle Hitting Camp with U of Washington and ABC

U of Washington baseball and America's Baseball Camps is proud to announce an outstanding opportunity for any baseball player wanting to make a commitment toward the next level of the game. Come work with an outstanding group of instructors striving to advance your knowledge and skill in the art of hitting.  Our staff from U of Washington Baseball + former and current professional players, coaches and scouts are extremely experienced and have one common goal: to provide you with the tools necessary to produce a more effective and efficient swing.

 

Staff
Instructors will be comprised of a variety of current and or former professional players, college coaches/players from U of Washington and professional scouts.

 

Interested in adding the Video Analysis Evaluation Package?  The cost of package is $60.00 and is a valuable tool to have to increase your knowledge and continued improvement of your swing.

 

Players will be evaluated personally with Video Analysis software and have the chance to have their swing broken down by a Professional Instructor. Professional Instructors will provide an evaluation of feedback, changes and recommend drills to help fix or improve your swing.  Players will be separated into training groups by age. They will rotate through numerous stations designed to improve all aspects of the offensive part of the game of baseball.

 

Note: America's Baseball Camps welcomes all parents and family members to attend, observe, follow player to stations, take notes, ask questions, video tape as well as take pictures. Please feel free to enjoy the experience along with your player.

 

Players Receive
4 hours of elite, professional instruction
Drill work for the development of a more effecient and effective swing
Opportunity to meet and learn from former professional players
Mid-camp snack

 

 

Here is what you can expect to work on while at camp:
Foundation and Balance
Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
Hand-eye coordination
Proper weight transfer
Opposite field hitting
Hitting with two strikes
Swing Plane
Off speed pitch hitting
Hitting stations including Soft toss, live, tee work, hitting disk and more
Situational hitting including bunting

 

Location

Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Ball Fields #1 and #2 - turf fields (no metal cleats allowed)

 

What to bring
Players should bring Baseball Pants or Athletic Clothing, Baseball Bat, Batting gloves, Baseball cap, Baseball glove, Helmet if you have one, Water Bottle and any additional items that you feel necessary to compete with.

 

Checking-In

All Campers should check in at the main baseball diamond at Marymoor Park (Fields 1 & 2) by 10:30am on the morning of June 25th.

 

 

 

Contact Information

For all emergencies dial 800-222-8152 and an America's Baseball Camps staff member will give you any assistance needed.

 

About Us

America's Baseball Camps is a premier instructional experience. In 1997 Ben Boulware, a former professional player in the Chicago White Sox Organization, dedicated himself to bringing quality baseball instruction to players across the country. Starting with summer baseball camps in 10-locations, ABC has grown into one of the largest baseball instruction companies in the world. After 18 years and with over 400 locations in 29 states and 4 countries, ABC remains dedicated to taking players to the next level. With destinations coast to coast offering baseball showcases, day, weeklong, or overnight camps, we've got the baseball camp for you. See you on the field!

Washington Baseball Diamond Dawg Experience I

06/26/2018 - 06/29/2018 ~ Tuesday - Friday Registration Ends: 06/29/2018$415.00 | Marymoor Park 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 98052

Ages: 8-18


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Seattle Washington Summer Baseball Camps

Washington Baseball School and ABC ask high school and youth players from around Washington and Seattle to join the close to 90 players, that attended last year summer baseball camp, for our 16th Annual Diamond Dawg Experience.  This camp is designed to provide the players with pro instruction in all aspects of the game learning the Pack 12 way. Players will spend up to 20 hours practicing drills and playing in games while receiving verbal assessment of their skills throughout the week.  Our daily formats are written by directors with years of Professional baseball backgrounds and mirror a Spring Training type day. Huge reps and teaching all day long with live games mixed in.  Campers will have the opportunity to receive instruction from some of the top coaches from the region.

Washington Baseball School and ABC are known nationally for a "non-standing around" approach meaning players get the maximum amount of work in daily and have a blast doing it. Eat, live and breathe the game with us while we train daily at the Marymoor Park turf fields in Redmond, just several miles east of Seattle.

 

Download Welcome Packet

 

Age Divisions

Campers will be broken into groups by age and ability levels.  General age divisions are: 8-11, 12-13, 14-16 and 16+.

 

Location, Dates and Times

Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Ball Fields #1 and #2 - turf fields (no metal cleats allowed)

 

 

June 25: Optional Hitting Camp 11:00am - 3:00pm
June 26: 9:00am - 2:30pm
June 27: 9:00am - 2:30pm
June 28: 9:00am - 2:30pm
June 29: 9:00am - 2:00pm

 

*Please note if you choose to pay the Deposit, the balance will be charged automatically 2 weeks prior to the start of the camp on June 12.

 

2017 Staff members included the following Instructors:

Ben Boulware: Former Pro Player Chicago White Sox Organization
Billy Boyer: Former Pro Player Los Angeles Angels Organization
RG Smithson: Former Pro Player Los Angeles Angels Organization
Dave Wainhouse: Former MLB Player 7 Different Organizations
Tanner Swanson: Assistant Coach University of Washington
Rick Teegarden: Assistant Coach Shoreline Community College
Levi Lacey: Head Coach Everett Community College
Kevin Higginbotham: Current Assistant Baseball Coach Everett Community College
Dave Smart: Infield Director National Infield Camps
Ryan Smart: Hitting & Infield Instructor Rock Creek Training Center
Brett Brunner: Current Head Baseball Coach Yamhill Carlton High School
Tyler Lalack: Current Assistant Baseball Coach Dallas High School
Scot McDonald: Current Head Baseball Coach Dallas High School

 

 

Checking-In

All Campers should check in at the main baseball diamond at Marymoor Park by 8:30am on the morning of the 26th (hitting campers check in at Marymoor Park by 10:30am on the 25th).

 

Daily Schedule Breakdown

Typical Day at Camp
09:00am: Roll call
09:10am: Break into groups/teams
09:20am: Warm up/Stretch
09:40am: Throwing
10:00am: Station work... (Infield, Outfield, Hitting, Pitching, Catching, Baserunning)
12:00pm: Lunch
12:30pm: Games
02:15pm: Review
02:30pm: End

 

As a player you will be evaluated by a professional eye and receive hands on, intense baseball training. Our goal as a staff is to provide you with the tools to better your game, increase your knowledge, skill and confidence and assist in getting you to the next level of play and beyond.

 

 

This is what you can expect to work on while at camp:
Stance, Balance, Mechanics, Situational Hitting & Swing Path for hitting
Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
Hand-eye coordination drills for all aspects of the game
Opposite field hitting (staying inside the baseball)
Hitting with two strikes - Hitting Off-speed pitches
Situational hitting including Bunting
Base Running with Leads, Steals, etc.
Infield play-corner play & middle infield play
Infield mechanics, huge reps, tweaks, turns, feeds
Outfield play - including throwing from the outfield
Outfield play- routes, positions, jumps, footwork
Pitchers throw during daily scrimmages
Pitching - balance, delivery, pitches, grips & more
Pitching mechanics with fixes all weeklong
Catcher Skills - receiving, blocking, throwing & more
Daily scrimmage games to put all together!

Note: All players will also have the option to train in multiple positions and specific areas of their choice.

 

What to bring

Remember to label all equipment, equipment bags and belongings with your name and contact info
Baseball Pants
Baseball T-shirts or jerseys
Baseball socks and sliding (compression) shorts
Cleats
Baseball bat and batting gloves
Helmet (if you have one)
Baseball glove (mitt for catchers)
Catchers gear (catchers only)
Long sleeve shirts or pullover jacket
Refillable water bottle

Additional Options

Professional Pitching Mechanics, Swing Video Analysis or Fielding Analysis
Players will be evaluated personally with Video Analysis software and have the chance to have their swing and/or their pitching mechanics and/or fielding techniques broken down by a Professional Instructor. Professional Instructors will provide an evaluation of feedback, changes and recommend drills to help fix or improve your swing, pitching mechanics or fielding techniques.

 

 

Check out our One Day Hitting Camp!
We will be conducting an extensive Hitting Camp on June 25th from 11:00am-3:00pm. This camp will cover every aspect of hitting and is a great way to "kick off" the week.

 

All options are available on the Registration Page.

Additional items to bring
IMPORTANT! Photo copy of the front and back of your health insurance card
Signed Health & Release forms
Calling Card or Cell Phone
Sun Block & SPF Lip Balm (Chapstick)

 

Meals / Snacks

We will provide lunch at the fields each day for all campers.

 

Local Areas of Interest

Seattle summers are among the best in the country and attract visitors from far and wide who come to see the famous Space Needle and Pike Place Market. You'll find fantastic dining, art and northwest culture at every turn. If you are a fan of spectator sports, you can always find an event within the city. Catch the Seattle Mariners this season at Safeco Field -- rain or shine! or Seattle's newest professional team, the Seattle Sounders FC, at Qwest Field -- the official home turf for the Seattle Seahawks.

 

 

 

Things to do and see:

Pike Place Market
Seattle Center (home of the Space Needle)
Olympic Sculpture Park
Seattle Art Museum
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
Woodland Park Zoo

 

Contact Information

For all emergencies dial 800-222-8152 and an America's Baseball Camps staff member will give you any assistance needed.

 

About Us

America's Baseball Camps is a premier instructional experience. In 1997 Ben Boulware, a former professional player in the Chicago White Sox Organization, dedicated himself to bringing quality baseball instruction to players across the country. Starting with summer baseball camps in 10-locations, ABC has grown into one of the largest baseball instruction companies in the world. After 18 years and with over 400 locations in 29 states and 4 countries, ABC remains dedicated to taking players to the next level. With destinations coast to coast offering baseball showcases, day, weeklong, or overnight camps, we've got the baseball camp for you. See you on the field!

July 2018

JR Dawgs Baseball Summer Youth Camp I

07/09/2018 - 07/12/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/09/2018$399.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages 7-12 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Come and enjoy part of your summer break with the Diamond Dawgs at the Washington Baseball School!

 

This is a unique opportunity for boys and girls ages 7-12 to spend four days at Husky Ball Park, the home field of the University of Washington Husky baseball team.

 

The 2018 Summer Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs Youth Camps are designed with FUN and LEARNING in mind. Not only will campers learn the fundamentals of baseball, they will be able to implement those fundamentals in games played every afternoon of camp.

 

The Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs youth Camps provide a great way for youth players to learn from the coaching staff and players from the Washington baseball team. Camp will be indoors and outdoors, defense and hitting on the baseball field, hitting inside our covered batting facility, videos in our locker room, and other activities throughout the day.

 

Open to All Entrants within the age range.

 

Session

Start date: Monday, July 9th

Ending date: Thursday, July 12th

 

Campers Receive

Quality Division I baseball Instruction

Washington Baseball Camp t-shirt

Hitting & defensive drills

Throwing & pitching mechanics

Sliding drills

Competitive relays and drills

Batting practice

Games situations

 

Purchase a $20.00 "Dawg Card" This is a $20.00 dollar credit towards the snack bar for the entire week. The cards will be hole punched when money is spent, and the cards will stay up at the registration/Snack bar table in safe care. This is a great option for parents who do not want to send their children to camp with $20.00 dollars in cash in fear of it getting lost or stolen. Please make sure at the end of the week the money is spent in full. There are no refunds for remaining balance.  All options are available on the Registration Page.

 

Items to bring: Sunscreen, bat, batting gloves, glove, baseball pants, hat cleats and Non-cleated tennis shoes or baseball turf shoes. Catchers should bring their own gear. Please label all personal items.

 

Additional Information: A Washington Baseball School athletic trainer will be present during all activity. Water and Gatorade will be provided continually throughout camp day. Parents are welcome to stay, watch camp, and sit-in on camp meetings.

 

Supervision: Participants in the WBS JR. Dawgs youth camps will be supervised from registration until dismissal.

 

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.

 

Check-in

Camper check-in will be from 8:00am-8:45am Monday morning of camp at Husky Ball Park. Camp will begin promptly at 9:00am. Daily Check in with registration table at 8:30am Tuesday-Thursday.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Campers may purchase lunch for the week or just for a day. Cost for lunch is $8.00 dollars per camper, per day a day ($32.00 for the four days)

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All campers are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

Jr. Counselor Mentorship Program I

07/09/2018 - 07/12/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/09/2018$100.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages: Entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018 | Starts: 8:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Our "Jr. Counselor" Program was established to provide leadership opportunities for post-graduate Jr. Dawg campers who have an interest in peer mentoring and character development. One of the key responsibilities of our Jr. Counselors is to work closely with out senior staff to reinforce the values, behaviors, and protocols established throughout camp. To be eligible, prospective counselors must be entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018. All Jr. Counselors will receive staff t-shirt, staff shorts and hat. 

 

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.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Lunch is included in your registration.

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All Counselors are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

Jr. Counselor Mentorship Program II

07/16/2018 - 07/19/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/16/2018$100.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages: Entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018 | Starts: 8:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Our "Jr. Counselor" Program was established to provide leadership opportunities for post-graduate Jr. Dawg campers who have an interest in peer mentoring and character development. One of the key responsibilities of our Jr. Counselors is to work closely with out senior staff to reinforce the values, behaviors, and protocols established throughout camp. To be eligible, prospective counselors must be entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018. All Jr. Counselors will receive staff t-shirt, staff shorts and hat. 

 

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.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Lunch is included in your registration.

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All Counselors are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

JR Dawgs Baseball Summer Youth Camp II

07/16/2018 - 07/19/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/16/2018$399.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages 7-12 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Come and enjoy part of your summer break with the Diamond Dawgs at the Washington Baseball School!

 

This is a unique opportunity for boys and girls ages 7-12 to spend four days at Husky Ball Park, the home field of the University of Washington Husky baseball team.

 

The 2018 Summer Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs Youth Camps are designed with FUN and LEARNING in mind. Not only will campers learn the fundamentals of baseball, they will be able to implement those fundamentals in games played every afternoon of camp.

 

The Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs youth Camps provide a great way for youth players to learn from the coaching staff and players from the Washington baseball team. Camp will be indoors and outdoors, defense and hitting on the baseball field, hitting inside our covered batting facility, videos in our locker room, and other activities throughout the day.

 

Open to All Entrants within the age range.

 

Session

Start date: Monday, July 16th

Ending date: Thursday, July 19th

 

Campers Receive

Quality Division I baseball Instruction

Washington Baseball Camp t-shirt

Hitting & defensive drills

Throwing & pitching mechanics

Sliding drills

Competitive relays and drills

Batting practice

Games situations

 

Purchase a $20.00 "Dawg Card" This is a $20.00 dollar credit towards the snack bar for the entire week. The cards will be hole punched when money is spent, and the cards will stay up at the registration/Snack bar table in safe care. This is a great option for parents who do not want to send their children to camp with $20.00 dollars in cash in fear of it getting lost or stolen. Please make sure at the end of the week the money is spent in full. There are no refunds for remaining balance.  All options are available on the Registration Page.

 

Items to bring: Sunscreen, bat, batting gloves, glove, baseball pants, hat cleats and Non-cleated tennis shoes or baseball turf shoes. Catchers should bring their own gear. Please label all personal items.

 

Additional Information: A Washington Baseball School athletic trainer will be present during all activity. Water and Gatorade will be provided continually throughout camp day. Parents are welcome to stay, watch camp, and sit-in on camp meetings.

 

Supervision: Participants in the WBS JR. Dawgs youth camps will be supervised from registration until dismissal.

 

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.

 

Check-in

Camper check-in will be from 8:00am-8:45am Monday morning of camp at Husky Ball Park. Camp will begin promptly at 9:00am. Daily Check in with registration table at 8:30am Tuesday-Thursday.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Campers may purchase lunch for the week or just for a day. Cost for lunch is $8.00 dollars per camper, per day a day ($32.00 for the four days)

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All campers are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

JR Dawgs Baseball Summer Youth Camp III

07/23/2018 - 07/26/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/23/2018$399.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages 7-12 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Come and enjoy part of your summer break with the Diamond Dawgs at the Washington Baseball School!

 

This is a unique opportunity for boys and girls ages 7-12 to spend four days at Husky Ball Park, the home field of the University of Washington Husky baseball team.

 

The 2018 Summer Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs Youth Camps are designed with FUN and LEARNING in mind. Not only will campers learn the fundamentals of baseball, they will be able to implement those fundamentals in games played every afternoon of camp.

 

The Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs youth Camps provide a great way for youth players to learn from the coaching staff and players from the Washington baseball team. Camp will be indoors and outdoors, defense and hitting on the baseball field, hitting inside our covered batting facility, videos in our locker room, and other activities throughout the day.

 

Open to All Entrants within the age range.

 

Session

Start date: Monday, July 23rd

Ending date: Thursday, July 26th

 

Campers Receive

Quality Division I baseball Instruction

Washington Baseball Camp t-shirt

Hitting & defensive drills

Throwing & pitching mechanics

Sliding drills

Competitive relays and drills

Batting practice

Games situations

 

Purchase a $20.00 "Dawg Card" This is a $20.00 dollar credit towards the snack bar for the entire week. The cards will be hole punched when money is spent, and the cards will stay up at the registration/Snack bar table in safe care. This is a great option for parents who do not want to send their children to camp with $20.00 dollars in cash in fear of it getting lost or stolen. Please make sure at the end of the week the money is spent in full. There are no refunds for remaining balance.  All options are available on the Registration Page.

 

Items to bring: Sunscreen, bat, batting gloves, glove, baseball pants, hat cleats and Non-cleated tennis shoes or baseball turf shoes. Catchers should bring their own gear. Please label all personal items.

 

Additional Information: A Washington Baseball School athletic trainer will be present during all activity. Water and Gatorade will be provided continually throughout camp day. Parents are welcome to stay, watch camp, and sit-in on camp meetings.

 

Supervision: Participants in the WBS JR. Dawgs youth camps will be supervised from registration until dismissal.

 

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.

 

Check-in

Camper check-in will be from 8:00am-8:45am Monday morning of camp at Husky Ball Park. Camp will begin promptly at 9:00am. Daily Check in with registration table at 8:30am Tuesday-Thursday.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Campers may purchase lunch for the week or just for a day. Cost for lunch is $8.00 dollars per camper, per day a day ($32.00 for the four days)

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All campers are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

Jr. Counselor Mentorship Program III

07/23/2018 - 07/26/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/23/2018$100.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages: Entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018 | Starts: 8:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Our "Jr. Counselor" Program was established to provide leadership opportunities for post-graduate Jr. Dawg campers who have an interest in peer mentoring and character development. One of the key responsibilities of our Jr. Counselors is to work closely with out senior staff to reinforce the values, behaviors, and protocols established throughout camp. To be eligible, prospective counselors must be entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018. All Jr. Counselors will receive staff t-shirt, staff shorts and hat. 

 

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.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Lunch is included in your registration.

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All Counselors are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

Jr. Counselor Mentorship Program IV

07/30/2018 - 08/02/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/30/2018$100.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages: Entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018 | Starts: 8:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Our "Jr. Counselor" Program was established to provide leadership opportunities for post-graduate Jr. Dawg campers who have an interest in peer mentoring and character development. One of the key responsibilities of our Jr. Counselors is to work closely with out senior staff to reinforce the values, behaviors, and protocols established throughout camp. To be eligible, prospective counselors must be entering the 7th or 8th grade in the Fall of 2018. All Jr. Counselors will receive staff t-shirt, staff shorts and hat. 

 

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.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Lunch is included in your registration.

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All Counselors are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

JR Dawgs Baseball Summer Youth Camp IV

07/30/2018 - 08/02/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 07/30/2018$399.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages 7-12 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Come and enjoy part of your summer break with the Diamond Dawgs at the Washington Baseball School!

 

This is a unique opportunity for boys and girls ages 7-12 to spend four days at Husky Ball Park, the home field of the University of Washington Husky baseball team.

 

The 2018 Summer Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs Youth Camps are designed with FUN and LEARNING in mind. Not only will campers learn the fundamentals of baseball, they will be able to implement those fundamentals in games played every afternoon of camp.

 

The Washington Baseball School JR. Dawgs youth Camps provide a great way for youth players to learn from the coaching staff and players from the Washington baseball team. Camp will be indoors and outdoors, defense and hitting on the baseball field, hitting inside our covered batting facility, videos in our locker room, and other activities throughout the day.

 

Open to All Entrants within the age range.

 

Session

Start date: Monday, July 30th

Ending date: Thursday, August 2nd

 

Campers Receive

Quality Division I baseball Instruction

Washington Baseball Camp t-shirt

Hitting & defensive drills

Throwing & pitching mechanics

Sliding drills

Competitive relays and drills

Batting practice

Games situations

 

Purchase a $20.00 "Dawg Card" This is a $20.00 dollar credit towards the snack bar for the entire week. The cards will be hole punched when money is spent, and the cards will stay up at the registration/Snack bar table in safe care. This is a great option for parents who do not want to send their children to camp with $20.00 dollars in cash in fear of it getting lost or stolen. Please make sure at the end of the week the money is spent in full. There are no refunds for remaining balance.  All options are available on the Registration Page.

 

Items to bring: Sunscreen, bat, batting gloves, glove, baseball pants, hat cleats and Non-cleated tennis shoes or baseball turf shoes. Catchers should bring their own gear. Please label all personal items.

 

Additional Information: A Washington Baseball School athletic trainer will be present during all activity. Water and Gatorade will be provided continually throughout camp day. Parents are welcome to stay, watch camp, and sit-in on camp meetings.

 

Supervision: Participants in the WBS JR. Dawgs youth camps will be supervised from registration until dismissal.

 

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.

 

Check-in

Camper check-in will be from 8:00am-8:45am Monday morning of camp at Husky Ball Park. Camp will begin promptly at 9:00am. Daily Check in with registration table at 8:30am Tuesday-Thursday.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking is available in the E-1, and E-5, parking lots surrounding Husky Ball Park. All camp participants will receive a temporary parking pass that allows for pick up/drop off of campers. Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links -http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ & http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

Campers may purchase lunch for the week or just for a day. Cost for lunch is $8.00 dollars per camper, per day a day ($32.00 for the four days)

 

Lunch includes

* Main course item (example: 6 inch sandwich, large piece of pizza, burrito, hamburger, hot dog ect)

* Chips, or crackers

* Piece of fruit, or fruit snacks

* Granola bar, or cookies

* Capri sun, or box juice drink

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All campers are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund:

 

Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

August 2018

Baseball Summer Prospect Games Camp

08/03/2018 - 08/05/2018 ~ Friday - Sunday Registration Ends: 08/05/2018$399.00 | Husky Ball Park Walla Walla Rd, Seattle, WA 98105

Ages:9th Grade & Up


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Summer Prospect Games Camp is designed for players with aspirations of playing college baseball.

 

Players will receive 3 days of elite collegiate instruction and an opportunity to meet and learn from the current Washington baseball coaching staff. An emphasis will be placed on hitting fundamentals, bunting, pitching techniques, catching, infield play, outfield play, base running strategies, and many mental aspects of being a college baseball player. In addition, scrimmage games and practices are provided to allow the player to implement new techniques learned, and display their skills to college coaches and professional scouts. This camp allows players to use the University of Washington facilities, meet current and former Washington baseball players and be exposed to some of the best instruction in the Northwest!

 

Note: Players are guaranteed to play their primary position that they choose when registering and the WBS Coaching staff will do their best to provide players playing time at their secondary position as well.

 

Numbers are limited - Register now to secure your spot!

 

General Information

Times

Fri. Aug. 3rd ... 5:00pm-9:00pm

Sat. Aug. 4th ... 9:00am-5:00pm

Sun. Aug 5th ... 9:00am-3:00pm

 

Staff

1. University of Washington Coaching Staff

2. Current and former Diamond-Dawg players

3. Other College Coaches & Professional Scouts.

 

Each Camper will Receive:

1. 20 hours of Top Division I Instruction

2. Washington Baseball School Camp T-Shirt

3. Tour of the University of Washington Campus and Athletic Facilities

4. Speed and Agility Training

5. Games for evaluation, experience, and learning

6. Question and Answer session for players and parents

7. Presentations on Recruiting, Weightlifting, Conditioning, and NCAA Eligibility

 

What to bring: Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, batting gloves, helmet, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Catchers must bring their own gear. Please mark name on all items. The Washington Baseball Camp will not be responsible for lost items.

 

Additional Information: A Washington Baseball School athletic trainer will be present during all activity. Water and Gatorade will be provided continually throughout camp day.

 

Note: Washington Baseball School welcomes all parents and family members to attend, observe, follow player to stations, take notes, ask questions, video tape as well as take pictures. Please feel free to enjoy the experience along with your player.

 

Check-in

Please check in 30-45 mins. prior to start time.

 

Directions

Directions to Husky Ball Park

The camp will be headquartered at Husky Ball Park, on the campus of the University of Washington. Campers will use the Washington main ball field, surrounding rec. turf fields, bullpens, covered hitting facility, and team meeting room.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit (exit #169) from I-5 and continue east on NE 45th Street approximately 1.4 miles to Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right.

 

Directions to Husky Ball park from Highway 520: Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Boulevard, crossing the drawbridge. You will pass Husky Stadium and Hec Edmundson Pavilion on your right. When the road forks, bear right to stay on Montlake Boulevard. Turn right at Mary Gates Memorial Drive. Go one block and turn right onto Clark Road. At the end of Clark Road you will find the entrance to the E-1 lot. Husky Ball park will be on your right

 

Parking Information

Parking for the entire day will require a pass that can be purchased in the E-1 and E-5 lots. For parking lot directions and maps of campus please visit the following links http://www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ and http://www.washington.edu/maps/

 

Meals

No meals will be provided for this camp. Snack Bar will be available throughout the camp with drinks and snacks

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information

All campers are responsible for their own transportation to/from camp each day for this commuter camp.

 

Merchandise

A camp store with WBS baseball merchandise will be available at New Husky Ball Park each camp day

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If the refund is requested within 7 days of the camp the player will be refunded in full with credit toward a future camp. Scheduling conflicts are not cause for refund Washington Baseball School is sponsored and run by Head Coach Lindsay Meggs, and it may be held at the University of Washington and use some of the University's facilities. However, Washington Baseball School is not sponsored or run by the University, and the Coach and Coach's assistant's are not employees are agents of the University in their operating the camp

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA the camps are open to all players

 

***In accordance with the rules of the NCAA we are prohibited to give free/reduced camps to prospects.

 

Contact Information

Questions regarding Washington Baseball School? Please e-mail washingtonbaseballschool@gmail.com or 206 931-4807.

 

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.

Washington Baseball Diamond Dawg Hitting Experience II

08/06/2018 ~ Monday Registration Ends: 08/06/2018$95.00 | Marymoor Park 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 98052

Ages: 8-18 | Starts: 11:00am Ends: 3:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Summer Baseball Hitting Camp Seattle

Washington Baseball School and America's Baseball Camps is proud to announce an outstanding opportunity in Seattle this summer for any baseball player wanting to make a commitment toward the next level of the game. Come work with an outstanding group of instructors striving to advance your knowledge and skill in the art of hitting.  Our staff of Washington Baseball school are former and current professional players, coaches and scouts are extremely experienced and have one common goal: to provide you with the tools necessary to produce a more effective and efficient swing.

 

Players will be evaluated personally with Video Analysis software and have the chance to have their swing broken down by a Professional Instructor. Professional Instructors will provide an evaluation of feedback, changes and recommend drills to help fix or improve your swing.  Players will be separated into training groups by age. They will rotate through numerous stations designed to improve all aspects of the offensive part of the game of baseball.

 

Interested in adding the Video Analysis Evaluation Package?  The cost of package is $60.00 and is a valuable tool to have to increase your knowledge and continued improvement of your swing.

 

Staff
Instructors will be comprised of a variety of current and or former professional players, college coaches and professional scouts.

 

Note: America's Baseball Camps welcomes all parents and family members to attend, observe, follow player to stations, take notes, ask questions, video tape as well as take pictures. Please feel free to enjoy the experience along with your player.

 

 

 

Players Receive
4 hours of elite, professional instruction
Drill work for the development of a more effecient and effective swing
Opportunity to meet and learn from former professional players
Mid-camp snack

Here is what you can expect to work on while at camp:
Foundation and Balance
Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
Hand-eye coordination
Proper weight transfer
Opposite field hitting
Hitting with two strikes
Swing Plane
Off speed pitch hitting
Hitting stations including Soft toss, live, tee work, hitting disk and more
Situational hitting including bunting

 

Location

Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Ball Fields #1 and #2 - turf fields (no metal cleats allowed)

 

 

What to bring
Players should bring Baseball Pants or Athletic Clothing, Baseball Bat, Batting gloves, Baseball cap, Baseball glove, Helmet if you have one, Water Bottle and any additional items that you feel necessary to compete with.

 

Checking-In

All Campers should check in at the main baseball diamond at Marymoor Park (Fields 1 & 2) by 10:30am on the morning of August 6th.

 

Contact Information

For all emergencies dial 800-222-8152 and an America's Baseball Camps staff member will give you any assistance needed.

 

 

Washington Baseball Diamond Dawg Experience II

08/07/2018 - 08/10/2018 ~ Tuesday - Friday Registration Ends: 08/10/2018$415.00 | Marymoor Park 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 98052

Ages: 8-18


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Washington Baseball School and ABC this summer near you!

Attention Seattle area for high school and youth baseball players. Join the close to 90 players, that attended last year, for our 16th Annual Seattle Summer Baseball Camp.  This camp is designed to provide the players with pro instruction in all aspects of the game. Players will spend up to 20 hours practicing drills and playing in games while receiving verbal assessment of their skills throughout the week.  Our daily formats are written by directors with years of Professional baseball backgrounds and mirror a Spring Training type day. Huge reps and teaching all day long with live games mixed in.  Campers will have the opportunity to receive instruction from some of the top coaches from the region.

 

Washington Baseball School and America's Baseball Camps are known nationally for a "non-standing around" approach meaning players get the maximum amount of work in daily and have a blast doing it. Eat, live and breathe the game with us while we train daily at the Marymoor Park turf fields in Redmond, just several miles east of Seattle.

 

Download Welcome Packet

 

Age Divisions

Campers will be broken into groups by age and ability levels.  General age divisions are: 8-11, 12-13, 14-16 and 16+.

 

Location, Dates and Times

Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Ball Fields #1 and #2 - turf fields (no metal cleats allowed)

 

 

August 6: Optional Hitting Camp 11:00am - 3:00pm
August 7: 9:00am - 2:30pm
August 8: 9:00am - 2:30pm
August 9: 9:00am - 2:30pm
August 10: 9:00am - 2:00pm

Additional Options

Professional Pitching Mechanics, Swing Video Analysis or Fielding Analysis
Players will be evaluated personally with Video Analysis software and have the chance to have their swing and/or their pitching mechanics and/or fielding techniques broken down by a Professional Instructor. Professional Instructors will provide an evaluation of feedback, changes and recommend drills to help fix or improve your swing, pitching mechanics or fielding techniques.

 

 

Check out our One Day Hitting Camp!
We will be conducting an extensive Hitting Camp on August 6th from 11:00am-3:00pm. This camp will cover every aspect of hitting and is a great way to "kick off" the week.

 

All options are available on the Registration Page.

 

*Please note if you choose to pay the Deposit, the balance will be charged automatically 2 weeks prior to the start of the camp on July 24.

 

2017 Staff members included the following Instructors:

Ben Boulware: Former Pro Player Chicago White Sox Organization
Billy Boyer: Former Pro Player Los Angeles Angels Organization
RG Smithson: Former Pro Player Los Angeles Angels Organization
Dave Wainhouse: Former MLB Player 7 Different Organizations
Tanner Swanson: Assistant Coach University of Washington
Rick Teegarden: Assistant Coach Shoreline Community College
Levi Lacey: Head Coach Everett Community College
Kevin Higginbotham: Current Assistant Baseball Coach Everett Community College
Dave Smart: Infield Director National Infield Camps
Ryan Smart: Hitting & Infield Instructor Rock Creek Training Center
Brett Brunner: Current Head Baseball Coach Yamhill Carlton High School
Tyler Lalack: Current Assistant Baseball Coach Dallas High School
Scot McDonald: Current Head Baseball Coach Dallas High School

 

Checking-In

All Campers should check in at the main baseball diamond at Marymoor Park by 8:30am on the morning of the 26th (hitting campers check in at Marymoor Park by 10:30am on the 25th).

 

 

 

Daily Schedule Breakdown

Typical Day at Camp
09:00am: Roll call
09:10am: Break into groups/teams
09:20am: Warm up/Stretch
09:40am: Throwing
10:00am: Station work... (Infield, Outfield, Hitting, Pitching, Catching, Baserunning)
12:00pm: Lunch
12:30pm: Games
02:15pm: Review
02:30pm: End

 

As a player you will be evaluated by a professional eye and receive hands on, intense baseball training. Our goal as a staff is to provide you with the tools to better your game, increase your knowledge, skill and confidence and assist in getting you to the next level of play and beyond.

 

 

This is what you can expect to work on while at camp:
Stance, Balance, Mechanics, Situational Hitting & Swing Path for hitting
Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
Hand-eye coordination drills for all aspects of the game
Opposite field hitting (staying inside the baseball)
Hitting with two strikes - Hitting Off-speed pitches
Situational hitting including Bunting
Base Running with Leads, Steals, etc.
Infield play-corner play & middle infield play
Infield mechanics, huge reps, tweaks, turns, feeds
Outfield play - including throwing from the outfield
Outfield play- routes, positions, jumps, footwork
Pitchers throw during daily scrimmages
Pitching - balance, delivery, pitches, grips & more
Pitching mechanics with fixes all weeklong
Catcher Skills - receiving, blocking, throwing & more
Daily scrimmage games to put all together!

Note: All players will also have the option to train in multiple positions and specific areas of their choice.

 

What to bring

Remember to label all equipment, equipment bags and belongings with your name and contact info
Baseball Pants
Baseball T-shirts or jerseys
Baseball socks and sliding (compression) shorts
Cleats
Baseball bat and batting gloves
Helmet (if you have one)
Baseball glove (mitt for catchers)
Catchers gear (catchers only)
Long sleeve shirts or pullover jacket
Refillable water bottle

 

 

Additional items to bring
IMPORTANT! Photo copy of the front and back of your health insurance card
Signed Health & Release forms
Calling Card or Cell Phone
Sun Block & SPF Lip Balm (Chapstick)

 

Meals / Snacks

We will provide lunch at the fields each day for all campers.

 

Local Areas of Interest

Seattle summers are among the best in the country and attract visitors from far and wide who come to see the famous Space Needle and Pike Place Market. You'll find fantastic dining, art and northwest culture at every turn. If you are a fan of spectator sports, you can always find an event within the city. Catch the Seattle Mariners this season at Safeco Field -- rain or shine! or Seattle's newest professional team, the Seattle Sounders FC, at Qwest Field -- the official home turf for the Seattle Seahawks.

 

Things to do and see:

Pike Place Market
Seattle Center (home of the Space Needle)
Olympic Sculpture Park
Seattle Art Museum
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
Woodland Park Zoo

 

Contact Information

For all emergencies dial 800-222-8152 and an America's Baseball Camps staff member will give you any assistance needed.

 

About Us

America's Baseball Camps is a premier instructional experience. In 1997 Ben Boulware, a former professional player in the Chicago White Sox Organization, dedicated himself to bringing quality baseball instruction to players across the country. Starting with summer baseball camps in 10-locations, ABC has grown into one of the largest baseball instruction companies in the world. After 18 years and with over 400 locations in 29 states and 4 countries, ABC remains dedicated to taking players to the next level. With destinations coast to coast offering baseball showcases, day, weeklong, or overnight camps, we've got the baseball camp for you. See you on the field!

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