ages 7 - 12
ages 12 - 18
August 3rd - 5th, 2004
August 9th - 13th, 2004
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Download brochure and application online
Camp Fees and
|August 3-5, 2004
|If paid in full by July 20
|Early Drop off 8
|Advanced Softball Camp
|August 9-13, 2004
|If paid in full by July 26
|Early Drop off 8 a.m.
Family Discount for 2 or more
(can be any combination of
|Groups of 5 or more
should contact Coach French to discuss group discounts.
All-Star Camps' of champions
softball camps feature specialized instructions in all aspects of
the game for girls ages 7-18.
Campers will be grouped according to skill level. Group teaching
sessions focus on pitching, hitting, bunting, base running, infield
and outfield play as well as game strategies. Coaches on site are
specialized in the above areas.
Each afternoon ends with a game to implement all skills that are
Coach French is on site at all times and available for individual
instruction when not involved in group sessions.
Each camper will receive a T-shirt at registration.
registration will be at the UMBC Stadium Complex Ticket office
located just below the 1000 Hilltop Circle steps. Registration on
the first day of each camp will be from 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.
What to bring to
Brown bag lunch, snacks and cold drinks
Equipment: glove, cleats, sneakers, hat/visor, batting gloves (a
must to prevent blisters), extra T-shirt/tank top, bat, and
- Head Coach, UMBC:
French completed his second
year at UMBC in 2003 with a 87-43 record. In 2002 French took his
team to the NEC championships advancing them to a berth in the NCAA
Championships. This was UMBC's first NCAA tournament win in any
sport. His career record is 301-152. He is considered one of the
premier hitting coaches in the country and his teams are frequently
ranked among the national leaders. He has been organizing and
speaking at camps and clinics along the East Coast for over 2
decades. Many of his participants have gone on to play collegiate
Additional Camp Staff:
Other camp staff will
consist of UMBC Assistant Coaches, Larry Alvis and
Lisa Boone, High School, Collegiate, Summer ASA,
and former collegiate softball players.
What Camp Should I
Youth Beginner Camp (ages
7-12) is for the young softball player with a beginning
interest in softball, or who may have some organized play
Advanced Camp (ages 12-18) is for the softball
player who has had some experience in organized play. This player is
interested in perfecting her play and learning more about the game.
This player is also interested in learning the skills needed to
"showcase her skills" at the collegiate level. This camp will be
broken down into varsity level for the older experienced player
seeking that "showcase level", and the junior varsity level for the
younger player seeking to advance her skills. Both camps will cover
all aspects of the game and all players will participate in a daily
For more information, contact Joe French at 410-455-1325 or Cathy
French at 443-454-9104 or by e-mail at AllStarCamp@aol.com.