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NC A&T Baseball Camps

Aggie Fall Prospect Camp w/ Multiple Schools and Coaches in Attendance

NC A&T Baseball Camps North Carolina
1601 E Market St, Greensboro, NC 27411
War Memorial Stadium
October 21
Registration closes Oct 20th.
Grades 9-JUCO
10:00 am - 3:00 pm | Check in 9:00 am

Attention aspiring baseball players! Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your skills and impress college coaches at the NC A&T Prospect Baseball Camp. This exclusive event is designed for high school players who are determined to take their game to the next level and potentially earn a spot on a college baseball team.

The NC A&T Prospect Baseball Camp offers an intensive and immersive experience that focuses on individual skill development, advanced training techniques, and exposure to college-level coaching. Led by our accomplished coaching staff, including the NC A&T college coaching staff and current players, this camp provides a unique opportunity to learn from the best.

Throughout the camp, participants will engage in dynamic drills, position-specific training, and competitive game simulations. Hitting, pitching, fielding, base running—every aspect of the game will be covered in detail, with a strong emphasis on refining technique, enhancing strategy, and sharpening mental acuity.

In addition to the on-field training, the NC A&T Prospect Baseball Camp offers valuable insights into the college recruitment process. Participants will have the chance to interact with our coaching staff and gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to succeed at the collegiate level. They will receive guidance on academic requirements, NCAA regulations, and how to effectively market themselves to college programs.

Furthermore, the camp includes showcase games and scrimmages where players can put their skills on display in front of college coaches. This is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure, receive feedback, and potentially catch the attention of recruiters from NC A&T and other colleges.

By attending the NC A&T Prospect Baseball Camp, you’ll not only elevate your game but also gain a competitive edge in the college recruitment process. This camp is a stepping stone towards achieving your dreams of playing college baseball and beyond.

Secure your spot now and join us for an intense, transformative, and invaluable experience at the NC A&T Prospect Baseball Camp. Get ready to showcase your talent, make lasting connections, and set yourself on the path to success in the world of collegiate baseball.

Event Type: Prospect Camps

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Ben Hall
Head Coach Read more Read less

Ben Hall became the interim head baseball coach at North Carolina A&T on Oct. 23, 2014. After an entire season in that role, A&T Director of Athletics Earl M. Hilton III named Hall the permanent coach on July 21, 2015, making Hall the 10th Aggies baseball since A&T became an NCAA program in 1974.

Hall has enjoyed an influx of success as the Aggies head coach, surpassing 150 career wins during the 2022 season. In 2018, he led the Aggies to their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) tournament title, the program’s first in 13 years. Hall also led the Aggies to an NCAA tournament, as they played in the Chapel Hill Regional hosted by the University of North Carolina.

During his time in AggieLand, Hall directed the Aggies to five Power Five wins, including two during the 2022 season. The Aggies defeated Pittsburgh and North Carolina on the road in 2022, knocking off the Tar Heels for the first time since 1993.

The Aggies defeated Boston College twice at World War Memorial Stadium two years earlier. In 2019, the Aggies went to Columbia, S.C., and defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks 2-0. From 2017-2019, Hall led the Aggies to three straight winning seasons, marking the Aggies’ longest streak since the early-to-mid 70’s when the Aggies had five consecutive winning seasons from 1972-76.

During the 21018 season, Hall led the Aggies to a school-record 32 wins, and a school-record 16 conference wins. The following season, the Aggies won 29 games, marking the best two-year stretch in program history where the Aggies compiled 61 wins. The Aggies’ 61-51 (.545) record over that span also marked the best winning percentage over two seasons in school history.

After orchestrating one of the best Division I improvements in the nation in 2017, going from 13 wins to a 28-25 mark overall and a 15-9 record in the MEAC, Hall was named MEAC coach of the year. He became the second coach in school history to win the honor after Keith Shumate won it in 2002.

Brandon Wilkerson went from a .257 hitter in 2014 to a .355 hitter in 2015. In addition, three players had significant improvements from 2015 to ’16. Kyle Clary improved 79 points to a .300 hitter, Milton Rivera improved 50 points to .349 and Timothy Ravare saw his batting average improve 20 points to .306.

In 2016, Myles Sowell went from hitting .242 to hitting .356 in 2017. First baseman Zach McLean improved 44 points from 2017 to 2017 as he won Most Outstanding Performer honors at the 2018 MEAC tournament. Hall took Justin Williams from a .122 hitter as a sophomore to a .298 as a senior in 2021. Under Hall’s direction, Williams also led the MEAC with eight home runs that season.

During his tenure, 13 different Aggies have earned first-team All-MEAC honors, with Dawnoven Smith earning multiple first-team honors. Twenty-four players have achieved some level of all-conference recognition, and in 2020, Michael Johnson earned preseason pitcher of the year recognition from the MEAC. In 2015, Adan Ordonez earned MEAC rookie of the year and was a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American.

A&T has also seen draft success under Hall. Even though he never played for A&T, Hall recruit Jonah McReynolds was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 13th round, 399th overall. The following year the Atlanta Braves selected Cutter Dyals in the 17th round, 500th overall. In 2019, the Rangers selected relief pitcher Leon Hunter in the 35th round, 1,045th overall.

Hall came to A&T after spending three seasons with the Winthrop Eagles baseball program. Before accepting the post at Winthrop, Hall worked at Division II Wingate for four seasons. He started as a graduate assistant before being promoted to assistant coach in 2010, working with hitters and infielders.

After lettering twice at Clemson University in baseball, Hall began his coaching career as an assistant student coach at Clemson. Hall played one season apiece at Stetson and Daytona Beach Community College before transferring to Clemson. At Stetson, he hit .321 and was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference all-freshman team.

He received his undergraduate degree in sports management from Clemson in 2007 and his master of business administration degree from Wingate in 2009.

Jamie Serber
Assistant Coach Read more Read less

Jamie Serber became an assistant coach for the North Carolina A&T baseball program under head coach Ben Hall in 2016. In 2017, he was promoted to recruiting coordinator. As the Aggies pitching coach, Serber is responsible for developing the A&T pitchers in terms of their respective command, movement and mechanics.

The Aggies pitching staff has made steady improvement under Serber’s instruction. The Aggies had a 9.16 team earned run average in 2016. By the end of the 2018 season, the Aggies team ERA was 4.18, the lowest since the 1976 season. The 2018 season marked the first time in six seasons the Aggies had a lower team ERA than their opponents.

Michael Johnson earned 2018 first-team All-MEAC honors making him the first Aggies weekend starter since Esterlin Paulino in 2010 to earn first-team all-conference honors. Also in 2018, Josh Bottenfield made a school-record 38 appearances to lead the nation while posting a 6-3 record with a 1.88 ERA. Fellow reliever Josh Stikeleather earned 2018 third-team All-MEAC honors with a 1.96 ERA and five saves. Weekend starter Tim Luth also had an impressive 2018, posting a 6-3 mark with a 3.98 ERA.

N.C. A&T’s improved pitching staff helped the Aggies break the school record in total wins (32) and conference wins (16) in 2018. The Aggies would go on to win the MEAC regular-season Southern Division title, the MEAC tournament championship and they advanced to the NCAA baseball tournament in the Chapel Hill Regional.

The Aggies have built a well-rounded pitching staff under Serber with reliever Cutter Dyals becoming the first Aggie pitcher to be drafted in 15 years when he went 500th overall in the 17th round to the Atlanta Braves organization in 2017.

Before taking the pitching coach position at N.C. A&T, Serber spent two seasons as the pitching coach at Presbyterian College. Thanks to solid pitching, Presbyterian won 27 games in 2015, a school record for the Blue Hose as a Division I institution. In addition, the Blue Hose received solid pitching performances in wins over nationally-ranked Clemson, South Carolina, Central Florida and Indiana.

The prior season, pitcher Chandler Knox posted a career-best 3.25 ERA over 91 innings pitched and recorded a Division I school-record seven wins. Other Division I school records broken during Serber’s stint at Presbyterian included 380-team strikeouts and in back-to-back years the single-season appearance record was broken with 30 by Ethan Wortkoetter in 2014 and 35 by Russell Thompson in 2015.

Prior to his first full-time coaching job at Presbyterian, Serber served as a volunteer assistant at High Point University. During his time assisting pitching coach Craig Cozart, Serber got the opportunity to work with future MLB draft picks Jaime Schultz, Jacob Newberry, Cody Allen and Sean Townsley.

Serber’s other coaching experience includes working with the Wilson Tobs, an amateur NCAA-sanctioned collegiate summer baseball team playing in the Coastal Plain League, in 2013. There he coached Jon Fitzsimmons who signed a free agent deal with the Kansas City Royals before the end of the summer. Tobs pitchers J.T. Brubaker (Akron University) and Matt Borens (Eastern Illinois) would eventually be drafted by major league teams.

Serber played four varsity seasons (2007-10) at HPU. For three years he served as the weekend starter for the Panthers, going 6-3 in 85 innings pitched as a senior. In the record books, he ranks ninth in career wins and innings pitched. Serber attended nearby North Forsyth high school where he played with future MLB standouts D.J. Mitchell and Dustin Ackley. During his career, he was named Metro 4A Conference Player of the Year, went 10-0 as a junior and North Forsyth was nationally ranked after starting the season 30-0 his senior season.

Elliott McCummings
Assistant Coach
Cliff Allred
Assitant Coach Read more Read less

North Carolina A&T head coach Ben Hall announced on October 12, 2022, that Cliff Allred would serve as a volunteer coach for the Aggies baseball program.

Allred comes to AggieLand after two years as an assistant at UNC Pembroke. During his time with the Braves, they held a 57-32 (.640) record.

Before his time at UNC Pembroke, Allred was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for his alma mater, St. Andrews. In addition, he served as an assistant at Pfeiffer from 2008-12 and even spent time as an associate scout for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball.

As a player, Allred was a three-year captain for St. Andrews (2003-07) and played in 178 games. He registered a .278 career batting average with 67 extra-base hits, including 32 home runs, with 140 RBI.

Justin Guy
Director of Player Development and Baseball Operations Read more Read less

North Carolina A&T head baseball coach Ben Hall named Justin Guy an assistant volunteer coach for the program on October 12, 2022.
Guy, a local product from Southeast Guilford High School, will assist in all facets of program and player development and coordinate the team’s travel throughout the season.

He is fresh off a successful collegiate baseball career with the Wingate Bulldogs, where he served as the starting center fielder and was a part of the 2021 Division II national championship team. Guy played in 202 games and tallied a career .251 batting average with 169 hits, including 33 doubles, with 102 RBI. He was also a career .980 defender in the outfield.

His grandmother, Patsy Frazelle, was the longtime ticket manager at North Carolina A&T.

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Greensboro, North Carolina
1601 E Market St, Greensboro, NC
NC A&T Baseball Camps

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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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We do not offer refunds on canceled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called “Cancellation Protection”. We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 14 days prior to the start of an overnight camp, and 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If you cancel within 14 or 7 days of the start of your session, we will give you a camp credit for all money paid. The credit is valid for three years from camp date at any of our camps Credit with insurance is transferable to family members or friends, and good toward a future camp.

As a University we would like to thank you very much for your interest and support A&T Baseball Camps. We welcome your presence at our camps in the stands to watch the daily activities. Observers may not enter the field at any time. We kindly ask that you not give personal instruction to campers during camp to eliminate confusion.

510 Yanceyville St.
Greensboro, NC 27405

Player must bring his own baseball equipment: glove, bat, cleats, running shoes, hat, sunscreen, etc.