WASHINGTON – Catholic University head baseball coach Ross Natoli and his coaching staff will host a two-day Fall Prospect Camp on October 14-15. This Camp will be held on campus at the DuFour Athletic Center and Baseball Complex and is open to all high school student-athletes enrolled in grades 9-12 in the fall of 2017 who are striving to reach their full potential and have aspirations to compete at the college level.
The entire Catholic University Baseball coaching staff will be on hand, including Natoli, who is in his 33rd season, associate head coach Bobby Picardo, pitching coach Chris Nee, and assistant coaches Tim Mierzwa and Mark Duffy. Coaching staff from Georgetown and George Washington University will also be on hand to instruct and evaluate players. In addition, varsity players from the 2017-18 Catholic University Baseball Team will be on staff to participate as assistant camp instructors and interact with prospects and parents.
Whether you are looking to train with a top level Division III coaching staff or showcase your skills with the hope of bringing your game to the next level, this camp may be of interest to you.We offer prospective student-athletes an opportunity to display their skills; to train with, and be evaluated by, our entire current coaching staff; and really get to know more about our program, coaching staff, current team and the unique features of Catholic U.
Along with baseball skills evaluation, player development activities and live game competition, participants will engage in sessions covering the academic requirements and expectations of Catholic U. and our baseball program, our recruiting and admissions process, and balancing academics, baseball and college life. Dinner on campus for all players and an optional campus tour for players and parents will be included.
For online registration and further details, go to our Camp Website at REGISTER NOW.
For more information, contact Ross Natoli at (202) 319-6092 or email@example.com.
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