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Frederick CC Baseball Fall Showcase/Prospect Camp

Frederick Community College Baseball Camps Maryland
7932 , Frederick, MD 21702
Frederick Community College Baseball Field
October 22, 2023
Registration closes Oct 18th.
2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 Graduates
9:00 am - 4:00 pm | Check in 9:00 am

Frederick CC is proud to announce our Fall Showcase/Prospect Event.

Please join us for this ONE-DAY Showcase event for prospective student-athletes wanting to showcase their skills and learn from top level college coaches.

A LITTLE ABOUT FREDERICK CC BASEBALL
9 World Series Appearances (3 straight!)
11 Region XX Championships (20 straight trips to the Region XX Tournament!)
225+ baseball players moved on
Nationally Ranked for 21 straight seasons
#1 Rank – 2011
#2 Rank – 2022

Colleges In Attendance (tentative)
Frederick CC
Shepherd University
CCBC Catonsville
Frostburg St. University
Garrett CC
PSU York
Hood College
Mount Aloysius College
Gettysburg College
Elizabethtown College
Wilson College
Kutztown University
Lycoming College
PSU Harrisburg

SESSION 1 – PITCHERS AND CATCHERS
9:00am – Registration
9:30am – Stretch
9:45am – Catchers Instruction … Pitchers Throwing Progression
10:15am-12:45pm – Timed Bullpens … Pitchers Instruction … Catchers Showcase
12:45pm – Final Remarks
*rough schedule*

SESSION TWO – POSITION PLAYERS
1:00pm – Registration
1:15pm – Stretch
1:30pm – Hitting Stations
3:05pm – Defensive Showcase
4:00pm – Final Remarks
*rough schedule*

EQUIPMENT
Catchers must bring their own catching gear
All players must bring their own glove, baseball bat, baseball cleats, running shoes (or turf shoes), helmet

UNIFORM
All players should wear baseball pants, belt, hat and baseball appropriate top

Event Type: Showcase Events

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Rodney Bennett
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The 2023 baseball season was Coach Bennett’s 21st season at the helm. His overall record at FCC is 719-286. On April 6th, 2022, Bennett reached a significant coaching milestone as he earned his 700th career win. On May 5, 2022, Bennett coached his 1000th game as a Head Coach in the college ranks.

Coach Bennett has led the Cougars to the Region XX Tournament 19 times, including 12 trips to the championship game and five trips to the NJCAA Division II World Series in 2007, 2010, 2015, 2021, and 2022.

227 former players have moved on to four-year institutions under Bennett’s tutelage. The 2011 team spent six weeks ranked No. 1 in the nation, the first FCC team in any sport to reach that milestone, while the 2010 team achieved a record for wins in a season and earned a trip to the NJCAA Division II World Series.

Coach Bennett has earned many coaching accolades, including the NJCAA Region XX Coach of the Year Award in 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2015. He was named the American Baseball Coaches Association/Diamond Sports NJCAA Regional Coach of the Year in 2007, 2010, and 2015. In 2021, Bennett was named the 2021 ABCA/ATEC NJCAA Div. II Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year! In 2022 Bennett was named MD JUCO Baseball Coaches Association “Coach of the Year.”
Bennett earned the distinction of Maryland Association of Baseball Coaches Collegiate Coach of the Year in 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2022
Steve Insley
Assistant Coach Read more Read less

Coach Insley has been coaching for more than 25 years at high school and collegiate levels. He was on staff at Frederick Community College for all six of the Cougars World Series appearances, and served as their Pitching Coach from 1998-current. Prior to FCC, Steve served as a Head Coach for Liberty High School in Eldersburg, Maryland, leading them to their first ever Maryland State Championship in 1997.

Dan Gerjets
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Dan Gerjets returns to Frederick Community College after spending the two previous seasons as an assistant coach at Mount St. Mary’s. Prior to his time at the Mount, he served the past 10 years coaching baseball in the Maryland Junior College Conference.  He started at Anne Arundel Community College serving as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator.  In the last three seasons, he has helped lead the Frederick Community College Cougars as an assistant coach to 111 wins, which included two region championship runner-up finishes, one region championship, and a district championship runner-up finish.

Before entering the Maryland junior college coaching ranks, Gerjets worked camps and clinics, gave private lessons, and served as a volunteer coach at his alma mater, South Carroll High School. He also was an assistant coach at Mount Airy Senior Legion Post 191 where he helped lead them to the American Legion World Series after winning the state, district, and region tournaments.

Gerjets is a Mount Airy, Md., native and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from George Mason University.

Evan Evans
Assistant Coach

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Frederick, Maryland
7932 , Frederick, MD
From Baltimore: Follow I-70 from Baltimore to Frederick. Exit onto Route 15 north. Follow 15 north to Motter Avenue exit. Turn right onto Motter/Opossumtown Pike. Travel one mile and turn left at the entrance to FCC.

From Washington: Follow I-270 northwest from Washington to the junction with I-70 and Route 15. Follow Route 15 north to the Motter Avenue exit. Turn right onto Motter/Opossumtown Pike. Travel one mile and turn left at the entrance to FCC.

From the west: Follow I-70 east from Hagerstown. Take the first Frederick exit to Route 40. Follow Route 40 east to Route 15 junction. Follow Route 15 north to Motter Avenue. Turn right onto Motter/Opossumtown Pike. Travel one mile and turn left at the entrance to FCC.

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All players should wear baseball pants, belt, hat and baseball appropriate top. Players should also bring their own glove, baseball bat, baseball cleats, running shoes (or turf shoes), and helmet. Catchers are required to bring their own catching gear.

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.

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.

Yes, your child will have ample opportunities to interact with college coaches coaches. We believe in fostering a positive and supportive environment for all campers to learn from experienced collegiate athletes and coaches.

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