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NDSU - Softball
NDSU - Softball
 

SUMMER CLINICS

These clinics allow players to learn new skills and sharpen old ones as they head into their summer season. Join us to see what skills are taught and worked on during our NDSU Softball season, to ensure player improvement and team success. Come join the Bison!

Slapping: June 20th
Entering Grades: 7th - 12th
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost: $45 per Camper

Pitching: June 20th
Entering Grades: 7th - 12th
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost: $60 per Camper
All Skills: June 20th
Entering Grades: 7th - 12th
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Cost: $90 per Camper

Location: Ellig Sports Complex, on the corner of 17th Ave N. and 18th St. N, NDSU Campus

Slapping Clinic: Slapping is a great tool to incorporate into your game if you have speed and good hand-eye coordination. When executed correctly, it can be almost impossible to defend. In this clinic we will break down the slap footwork and handwork, as well as introduce different kinds of slaps like the hard/power slap, soft slap, and drag bunt.

Pitching Clinic: These clinics will break down the pitching motion and present the drills necessary to increase consistency and effectiveness. Coaches will also introduce different pitches (based on skill level), teaching the correct technique, fundamentals, and drills essential for throwing them
→ Pitchers must provide their own catchers. *If a minor is catching a pitcher, they must wear catchers gear*

All Skills Clinic: Offensive and defensive skills and strategies will be the main focus of the All Skills Clinic.  This clinic is ideal for softball players who are ready to develop their abilities to play at the next level. Whether you are beginning your competitive experience or moving up in age for travel ball or high school, this camp will take the basic game fundamentals to a more advanced level.

Items To Bring: We recommend all participants wear CLEATS.  Participants must provide their own glove, make sure your full name is on your personal equipment. Catchers bring a full set of catching gear. All skills clinic, please bring your own bat and helmet.

Parents & Coaches: Parents and coaches are welcome to observe any and all camp sessions. To insure everybody’s safety, we ask that parents and coaches maintain proper distance from camp activities, and also refrain from interrupting sessions in progress. Camp staff welcomes the opportunity to discuss camp activities during breaks with parents and coaches.

Questions Contact: Contact Beth Spoehr by phone: (701) 231-5754 or by Email: elizabeth.spoehr@ndsu.edu.

 

Individuals with disabilities are invited to request reasonable accommodations to participate in NDSU – sponsored programs and events. To request an accommodation. Please contact Beth Spoehr at (701) 630-0262 by June 12th 2017 to make arrangements.

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