Junior Stallions Baseball Camp
Join us for an exciting baseball camp at Providence School of Jacksonville from June 5-8! This four-day camp is designed for players of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced players, who are interested in improving their skills and having fun playing the game of baseball.
Led by experienced coaches and former players, this camp will focus on developing fundamental skills, including hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching, and base running. Campers will also participate in fun games and drills designed to improve their teamwork, communication, and overall understanding of the game.
In addition to on-field activities, campers will have the opportunity to attend classroom sessions where they will learn about the mental side of baseball, including strategies for staying focused, confident, and motivated on the field. They will also receive tips on proper nutrition and hydration to fuel their bodies for peak performance.
The camp will take place at Providence School of Jacksonville’s state-of-the-art baseball facilities, which include multiple batting cages, pitching mounds, and well-maintained fields. Our experienced coaching staff will provide personalized instruction to ensure that each camper gets the most out of their experience.
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, this baseball camp at Providence School of Jacksonville is the perfect opportunity to improve your skills, make new friends, and have fun playing the game you love. Register today to secure your spot!
Event Type: Youth Camps
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Tommy Boss is the current head baseball coach at the Providence School of Jacksonville. Prior to taking this job he served as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of North Florida.
North Florida made ASUN postseason play for the fourth consecutive season as the UNF pitching staff saw the emergence of a few new arms that made an immediate impact.
A total of 19 different hurlers earned innings on the mound, with lefty Peter Holden staking his claim as one of the best southpaws in the league. Holden worked himself into the Friday night starter position, earning Second Team All-ASUN honors after spinning a 3.41 ERA and a 1.22 WHIP with 58 strikeouts. Holden was also the first UNF lefty to earn all-conference honors since 2013, adding ASUN All-Academic recognition to that laurel.
Holden’s most impressive outing was a nine-inning complete game shutout against the eventual ASUN Champions in Kennesaw State Friday, April 29. The feat was the first complete game for a UNF pitcher since Nick Marchese in 2019, as well as the first nine-inning complete game shutout since 2015. The lefty used just 96 pitches, finishing off the Owls in under two hours to earn conference pitcher of the week honors a few days later.
Righty veteran Max McKinley joined Holden as for Ospreys earning weekly honors as he took home the award March 21 after holding Liberty to just two earned runs over 7.1 innings March 19.
Out of the bullpen, a pair of St. Johns River State University products in Stephen Halstead and Jason Gonzalez produced quality innings. Halstead was the second Osprey in Boss’ tenure tabbed to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Preseason Watch List. The Pensacola, Fla., native ended the year with five saves.
Gonzalez concluded with a 6-3 record, serving in multiple roles on the staff. The Miami, Fla., native ended the year tied with Halstead for appearances with 21.
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