Drew LaComb Baseball Youth CEO Camp – Complete Elite Offense
Complete Elite Offense Camp at Air Force Academy
Are you ready to take your baseball skills to the next level? Join us for an action-packed two-day youth baseball camp at the prestigious Air Force Academy Indoor Facility!
Date: December 9th and 16th
Ages: Grades 1 through 8
Led by Air Force Hitting Coach Drew LaComb and his expert coaching staff.
Improve your batting, base-running, and offensive strategies.
Utilize state-of-the-art indoor facilities for year-round training.
Foster teamwork and sportsmanship in a fun and supportive environment.
Campers will receive personalized instruction to enhance their skills.
Build lasting memories while learning from the best in the game.
Registration Fee: $100 per camper
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to train like a champion and elevate your baseball game. Spaces are limited, so secure your spot today and get ready to become part of the elite!
Event Type: Clinics
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Drew LaComb is now the Assistant baseball coach at the US Air Force Academy. Before joining the Air Force Staff he was head coach at Regis University.
Drew LaComb (Las Vegas, Nev.)in his 5 years of head coaching at Regis University baseball team entering the 2023-24 school year. During his previous four seasons, the Rangers have a record of 87-77-1 overall.
Regis continued its steady progression under LaComb in 2023 as the team reached the RMAC Tournament championship game for the first time since 2012, falling to nationally No. 1 ranked Colorado Mesa. The Rangers, who tied the school record for the longest winning streak (13) during the spring, finished the 2023 season with a 31-24 overall record and in third place in the RMAC regular season standings. The 2023 squad set the program record for runs scored (517) and saw first baseman Matt Marlow become the program’s first All-American selection since 2018.
The year prior, LaComb was named the RMAC Coach of the Year in 2022 after leading the Rangers to the program’s best regular season finish in the RMAC standings (2nd) since joining the conference in 1997. Regis posted a record of 27-24-1 overall and 20-12 in conference. The team had three players (Justin Kleinsorge, Colten Chase and Roger Riley) all earn All-Conference honors, while Kleinsorge went on to be named Second Team All-Region. Academically, the Rangers had 21 student-athletes earn RMAC academic recognition while the team won the 2021-22 RMAC Brechler Award for the highest team GPA in the conference (3.433).
In the spring of 2021, LaComb and the Regis University baseball team finished the season 21-19 with a 17-17 record inside of the RMAC. The team opened the season winning 10-straight games, which is now cemented as the best start in program history. Regis qualified for the RMAC Tournament where they matched up with the #3 seeded UC-Colorado Springs. After falling to UCCS, RU’s tournament hopes came to an end at the hands of #1 ranked Colorado Mesa University in the second game of the RMAC Tournament (double-elimination). During the regular season, Regis reached as high as sixth in the NCBWA South Central Regional Poll.
LaComb guided the Rangers to an 8-10 record overall during his first season, including a 4-0 record at home on account of a four-game sweep over Northern State from Feb. 28-March 1. Additionally, 11 student-athletes made the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) All-Academic Honor Roll under his watch.
Prior to taking the helm at Regis, he served as an assistant coach for three years at RU. During his first two years, LaComb helped the Rangers secure three All-Conference, one All-Region, and one national Gold Glove selection. He has helped coach nine additional All-Conference players.
Before being an assistant coach, LaComb was a standout player at RU (2014-16), bolstering a career batting average of .361, which ranks 18th all-time in Rangers baseball history. In addition, he was a coach at the Catalyst Baseball Club, located in Golden, Colo., and an instructor at the Las Vegas Baseball Academy in Las Vegas, Nev.
LaComb spent two seasons at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz., before joining Regis. He was named captain of the MCC team that won the NJCAA Division II National title in 2014 with a 52-13 record.
LaComb currently resides in Arvada, Colorado with his wife, Kelsey.
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