South Dakota State head softball coach Kim Aggabao invites girls in grades 9-12 to the SDSU softball Prospect Camp, where softball players work closely with the SDSU coaching staff to develop sound pitching, hitting and defensive softball skills.
Participants learn the same drills as the Jackrabbit softball team, and get an introduction to techniques that can take their play to the next level.
This camp is ideal for players who are ready to test their best skills and want to play at the collegiate level. Players will be taken through a collegiate level warm-up and drills, while being taught methods used by the Jackrabbit softball team.
Who: For girls in grades 9-12
When: Sept. 7, 2013
9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Session I (Pitching): In this session pitchers will be taught advanced technique and form while receiving critique from SDSU coaches and pitchers. Campers will be taken through the same drills utilized by the SDSU softball pitchers. All pitchers must provide their own catcher
1-3:30 p.m. Session II (Hitting): Coaches go through a breakdown of mechanics and methods used by SDSU softball to develop a solid approach to hitting. Clinicians also take campers through various hitting stations.
4-6 p.m. Sesson III (Defense): Infielders, outfielders and catchers go through drills involving proper technique for throwing, fielding and footwork. Participants get the opportunity to work on two different positions in this session.
Where: Jackrabbit Softball Stadium
Cost: $50 per session for early registration (received by Aug. 31) - $130 for all three sessions. $60 per session and no discount for registration the day of camp. Each camper receives a t-shirt.
To sign up for the prospect, simply download the PDF at the top of the page and follow the instructions.