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4 Day Youth Developmental Camp with Lycoming Baseball Coaches & Players

Lycoming Baseball Camps Pennsylvania
1 College Pl, Williamsport, PA 17701
Lycoming College
June 17 - June 20
Registration closes Jun 16th.
Ages 6-12
8:30 am - 3:30 pm | Check in 8:00 am

Welcome to the Lycoming Baseball Youth Developmental Camp! From Monday, June 17th to Thursday, June 20th, we are offering a nurturing and exciting environment for young athletes aged 6-10. This camp is not just about playing baseball; it’s about growing a love for the game while building confidence and mastering the fundamentals.

Complete Electronic Waiver Before Check In at the door: https://app.otterwaiver.com/p/-lycoming-baseball-camps/zfyRDdBiTu

Key Features:

Age Group: 6-10. Ideal for children looking to discover and enhance their baseball skills in a supportive environment.

Development Focus: Our program is designed to instill confidence and love for the game through teaching basic baseball fundamentals.

Professional Coaching: Expert coaches will guide the campers through drills and games that improve skills while ensuring fun and engagement.

State-of-the-Art Facilities: Experience playing on our new field with premium turf, offering a safe and professional environment for young athletes.

Rain Locations: We’ve got the weather covered! Indoor cages and drill spaces are secured to keep the camp running smoothly, regardless of rain.

Nutritious Meals: Lunch is provided daily at the campus dining hall to keep our campers energized and ready to play.

Camp Gear: Each camper receives a special T-shirt, a symbol of their participation and hard work.

The Lycoming Baseball Youth Developmental Camp is the perfect place for your child to spend a week immersed in baseball. Our goal is for every camper to leave with a greater confidence in their abilities and a deeper love for the game. Spaces are limited to ensure personal attention and effective learning for all participants, so secure your child’s spot today and watch them step up to the plate with enthusiasm and new skills!

Event Type: Camps & Clinics

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Youth Developmental Camp Registration
$ 260.00
Rules & Policies

Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp – Online Registration – Waiver and Release of Liability

In consideration of being allowed to participate in the Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp organized by Lycoming College Baseball, I, [Participant’s Full Name], hereby acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions set forth in this waiver.

  1. Assumption of Risk: I understand that participation in the Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp involves inherent risks, including but not limited to, the risk of personal injury, property damage, and even death. I voluntarily assume all such risks and hazards that may arise from my participation in this camp.
  2. Medical Authorization: I authorize the Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp staff to provide or arrange for necessary medical treatment in the event of injury or illness during my participation in the camp. I understand that I will be responsible for any medical expenses incurred on my behalf.
  3. Release and Indemnification: I release, waive, discharge, and covenant not to sue Lycoming College, its trustees, officers, employees, agents, and representatives, from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, or causes of action whatsoever arising out of any damage, loss, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by me or my property while participating in the Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp.

Furthermore, I agree to indemnify and hold harmless Lycoming College and its representatives from any liability, claims, demands, losses, or expenses (including attorneys’ fees) incurred in connection with any claims made by me or any third party arising out of my participation in the camp.

  1. Photography and Publicity: I grant Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp permission to use photographs, video recordings, or any other media of me taken during the camp for promotional or publicity purposes without any compensation to me.
  2. Compliance with Rules and Instructions: I agree to comply with all rules, regulations, and instructions provided by the Lycoming College Baseball Prospect Camp staff during the duration of the camp.


Participant’s Full Name: ____________________________

Participant’s Signature (Typed): ____________________________

Date: ______________________

(Note: Participants can electronically acknowledge their agreement to the terms by typing their full name and date during the online registration process.)

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What's included

Apparel and Merchandise
Food and Drinks
Skill Development
Collegiate Athletes in Attendance
Team Building
Limited Capacity
Online Registration
Coaches or Speakers in Attendance
CPR Certified on Site

Coaches & Organizers you might meet...

Rick Oliveri
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With more than a decade as a Division I coach, Rick Oliveri has been selected to restart the Lycoming College baseball program, as he was announced as the first full-time baseball coach in the college’s history after a national search, Director of Athletics Mike Clark said on Wednesday, June 2.

Officially announced on Dec. 17, 2020 by President Kent Trachte, Lycoming is planning on reestablishing the baseball program as a varsity sport and a member of the MAC Freedom in fall 2022. Oliveri will lead the program through an exploratory year in 2021-22, where he will convene practices for those on campus that are interested in joining the team as well as recruit and gather supplies, uniforms and other essentials for a successful debut in 2023.

“We are incredibly excited about beginning to play baseball at Lycoming College again,” Lycoming Director of Athletics Mike Clark said. “We attracted an incredibly qualified candidate pool, which tells us a lot about how much people equate baseball with Williamsport. To bring college baseball back to Lycoming College, which used to house Little League World Series competitors in its dorms, is something that will certainly add value to Williamsport’s long history as one of the preeminent baseball towns in the world and it will also further the College’s educational mission as one of the leading Liberal Arts institutions in the nation.

“Rick stood out to the hiring committee for many reasons,” Clark continued. “He has been a part of many admirable baseball programs throughout his career, working as both a pitching coach and a hitting coach. At every step of the way, his bosses have recommended him for his recruiting ability and more importantly, they spoke to the kind of person he is – his organizational skills, his work ethic, his knowledge of the game are all things that will give Lycoming baseball a leg up as it hits the ground running.”

Oliveri has spent the last 12 years as a coach at the Division I level, working the past five years at George Washington University, five before that at Monmouth University and two years at Radford University. In 13 years as an assistant coach, he has helped his teams to 10 winning seasons and 360 wins.

“I want to thank President Trachte, AD Mike Clark and Associate AD Joe Guistina for entrusting me to bring baseball back to Lycoming,” Oliveri said. “Getting to know the Lycoming community through the interview process made this opportunity even more exciting for my wife and me. Each conversation and interaction taught me how committed Lycoming’s leadership is to growth and excellence. I am thrilled for this unique challenge to build a competitive, values-driven program that will compete at the top of the Middle Atlantic Conference and represent the iconic baseball region of Williamsport in a first-class manner.”

Oliveri worked as the pitching coach at George Washington, also serving as the team’s academic coordinator and recruiting coordinator for his last three seasons, helping the team to a .500 or better record in all five seasons in the capitol.

Oliveri made an instant impact as the team’s academic coordinator after taking over in the spring of 2019, raising the team’s GPA from 2.81 to 3.06 in a year’s time. His influence was also shown in the team’s recruiting, signing a top-100 class in 2019 according to Perfect Game.

On the field, Oliveri presided over the team’s pitching staff, culminating in a 3.26 team ERA in 2020 that ranked second in the A-10. He turned around a pitching staff that ranked 11th in the A-10 in ERA the year before he arrived to finish in the top half of the league in four of his five seasons.

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Williamsport, Pennsylvania
1 College Pl, Williamsport, PA
Lycoming College is located right next to downtown Williamsport. The college was founded in 1812 and blends historic and picturesque feel with state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities. Camps will be held offsite until the new home of Warrior baseball is complete. The college has begun construction on a $5.5 million turf stadium in Brandon Park, which is one block north of campus. The first phase of this project will be complete for spring of 2024 (turf field and dugouts), while the second phase of the project should be done for the 2025 season (stadium, press box and lights).
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According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless of skill/level (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender.)

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Absolutely! Our camps cater to a wide range of skill levels, from beginners to advanced players. Our experienced coaching staff ensures that each camper receives personalized instruction tailored to their individual needs.

Campers should bring their baseball gear, including gloves, bats, cleats, and comfortable athletic attire. Additionally, we recommend bringing sunscreen, a water bottle, and any necessary medications.

The safety and well-being of our campers are our top priorities. We have qualified staff on-site to supervise all activities, and our facilities are well-maintained and regularly inspected for safety. In case of emergencies, we have first aid kits readily available.

Absolutely! Our Prospect Camps are specifically designed for high school and Juco prospects seeking to showcase their talent in front of college coaches. We invite college recruiters to attend these camps, providing valuable exposure for aspiring collegiate athletes.

Yes, parents are more than welcome to observe the camp sessions. We have designated areas for spectators to watch their children as they develop their skills and enjoy the camp experience.

We understand that plans can change. Our cancellation and refund policy may vary depending on the camp type and timeframe. Please refer to our website or contact our camp administration for detailed information.

We maintain open communication with parents throughout the camp duration. You can contact the camp staff through the contact information provided on our website or the emergency contact number provided upon registration.

In the event of inclement weather, the safety of our campers is our top priority. If the weather prevents us from conducting outdoor activities, we have contingency plans in place to move the camp indoors. We have secured indoor facilities at Lycoming College to ensure that the camp continues smoothly despite adverse weather conditions. Specific details about the alternate indoor location will be communicated to parents in advance. Our communication system is swift and efficient. In case of any weather-related changes, we will notify parents and campers promptly through the contact information provided during registration. Please ensure that your contact information is up-to-date to receive timely notifications. If, for any reason, the camp needs to be canceled due to severe weather conditions, we will promptly inform all registered participants. Depending on the circumstances, we may offer rescheduling options or provide refunds as per our camp’s policies.

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