WAYNE – High school softball players are invited to sign up for an upcoming prospect camp hosted by Wayne State College in the month of November.
The camp will be held on Sunday, November 10 in the WSC Recreation Center from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. with registration starting at 8 a.m. Those who attend will be instructed on all aspects of the game that include pitching, catching, defense, hitting and base running.
The high school softball prospect camp is open to all players ages 13-18 and will help develop the skills needed for all areas of the sport. This is a fast-paced skills camp with feedback provided to help prepare for collegiate level softball.
Cost of the camp is $100 which includes lunch and a camp t-shirt.
All athletes should come dressed for participation as it is recommended that athletes bring tennis shoes, glove, bat, batting gloves and water bottle while catchers need to bring their own equipment.
Registration and payment for the camp will only be accepted online at www.wscsoftballcamps.com. No walk-ups will be allowed as checks or cash will be accepted at the camp.
For more information on the WSC softball high school prospect camp, contact Wayne State College head softball coach Shelli Manson at 402-375-7522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wayne State College softball team is looking to bounce back from a 15-32 overall record (6-24/15th NSIC) 2019 campaign.
WSC will open their 2020 schedule with trips to Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri again and Florida throughout February and into March. Their home opener is set for Tuesday, March 24 with Augustana coming to town.