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LMU $40 Friday Pitching/Hitting Sessions w/ Package Rate Option #9

Loyola Marymount University Baseball Camps California
1 Loyola Marymount University Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Page Baseball Stadium
October 27, 2023
Registration closes Oct 27th.
Open to all ages
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Check in 3:45 pm

Elevate Your Game at the LMU Baseball Weekly Skills Clinic! Join us for focused, hour-long hitting or pitching sessions guided by experienced college players and coaches. Uncover your potential in the company of dedicated mentors, honing your techniques and strategies.
Whether you’re an aspiring pitcher craving that perfect curveball or a hitter yearning for powerful swings, our clinic caters to all skill levels. Benefit from personalized insights as you train with the best in the sport, embracing the LMU baseball legacy.
Make each week count as you progressively refine your skills, absorbing advice from those who’ve thrived on the field. Limited slots available for this exclusive opportunity to enhance your game. Don’t wait—reserve your spot now by contacting [contact information]. Ignite your passion for baseball and advance your journey towards excellence with us!

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Loyola Maryamount baseball camps California
Donegal Fergus
Head Coach Read more Read less

Donegal Fergus was named the ninth head coach of the Lions baseball program on June 24, 2023.

Fergus joins the Lions athletics staff after successful stints at UCSB and with the Minnesota Twins of the MLB.

Fergus’s coaching philosophy is very player-centric, focusing on player empowerment and setting foundations for growth in order to reach that final goal of getting drafted into Major League Baseball.

His experience stretches more than two decades, with success following every stop he has been at. Fergus has made stops at three Division I programs prior to leading the Lions. From 2010-2012, Fergus was the hitting coach at Seattle University where he increased the RedHawks hitting proficiency significantly from year to year. His next DI opportunity came at the University of Washington. During his tenure with the Huskies, the team made three NCAA Tournament appearances and a trip to Omaha, Neb. for the 2018 College World Series. He finally landed in Santa Barbara as an assistant on the Gauchos staff where in 2019, he helped them capture their first Big West Championship since 1958. The 2019 Gauchos also produced the second most MLB draft picks in the country. After a brief hiatus from coaching at the college level, Fergus returned to the Gauchos staff in 2022 to help them to another Big West Championship. His three years in Santa Barbara led to two conference titles, two NCAA Regional trips, two broken school records for homers in a season, and a multitude of offensive improvements.

During his hiatus from the Gauchos, Fergus served as the hitting coordinator for the Twins in which he oversaw all of their minor league hitting staff across MILB. The Twins had seven MLB debuts during his tenure and have transformed into a perennial AL Central contender in recent years. One of his biggest takeaways from being with the Twins was learning the ability to manage large groups of individuals, something he no doubt will utilize on the Bluff.

Fergus also oversaw the Irish National Baseball Team for a pair of seasons in 2018 and 2019, helping them to attain a gold medal and a Top 50 international ranking.

A native of Powers, Ore., Fergus played baseball at Linfield College where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and later earned a graduate degree in homeland security from American Military University.

Justin Dedman, Assistant Coach, Loyola Marymount Baseball
Justin Dedman
Recruiting Coordinator Read more Read less

Justin Dedman named as assistant coach in July of 2023 ahead of 2024 baseball season.

Dedman’s baseball experience has taken him across the country, most recently a member of the Missouri Tigers of the Southeastern Conference. Acting as the Director of Player Development, Dedman and the Tigers set program records in homeruns, batting average, slugging percentage and OPS. The Tigers went 30-24 in 2023, with a sweep against College World Series participant Tennessee and a win against CWS semifinalist TCU.

“I am ecstatic to work in LMU’s championship environment with a longtime friend and mentor in Ferg,” said Dedman. “He is an incredible human, genuine leader and true developer of ballplayers. I am deeply appreciative of him and can’t wait to get to know our team and build something truly special together.”
Prior to his time with the Tigers, Dedman was the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Miami University (OH). The Redhawks went 105-77 in his four years in Miami, Ohio and oversaw offenses that made significant leaps in production. The Redhawks upgraded batting average, on-base percentage, stolen bases and runs per game.

Dedman has also made stops at Ole Miss and at Division II and NAIA powerhouse Lee University in Tennessee. The Flames went 291-116 during his tenure and made five World Series appearances, finishing as runners-up on two occasions.

“Justin is one of the best offensive minds in the country, but also one of the best people. I’m so lucky to be able to get him to join me here on the Bluff,” said Fergus.

Dedman’s coaching career began in 2006 at his alma mater, Denison University, serving as an assistant for a pair of seasons before assuming the head coaching title in 2009. The Big Red went 48-37 during his tenure and made it to the NCAC Championship in 2008.
Dedman has coached in five World Series, coached 31 draft picks and 10 free agent signings and has recruited 28 picks to boot. Included in those groups is first rounder Sam Bachman, selected ninth overall in 2021.
Dedman was an All-NCAC outfielder at Denison University, helping the Big Red to a No. 5 national ranking during his senior campaign.
Dedman and his wife Brittany have a pair of children, Norah and Maddux, and he enjoys spending time with them, grilling, lifting weights and reading in his spare time.
Mathew Troupe, Assistant Coach, Loyola Marymount Baseball
Mathew Troupe
Pitching Coach Read more Read less

Mathew Troupe was named the LMU pitching coach for the 2024 season.

Troupe spent the previous pair of seasons as the pitching coach at Hawaii under former USD head coach Rich Hill. The Rainbow Warriors set school Big West Era records across multiple pitching categories. Hawaii led the Big West in ERA (3.94) and recorded 454 strikeouts, their most strikeouts in a season since 2006.

During his tenure at Hawaii, Troupe worked with multiple All-Big West Selections and MLB draft picks. 
Since 2017, Troupe has coached all over the country and internationally in a number of roles. Division III Emory University was his first stop. While with the Eagles, Troupe guided the pitching staff to multiple top 20 national rankings in strikeouts per nine innings, shutouts and strikeout to walk ratio. He also coached Billy Dimlow to first team All-America honors as well as a Pitcher of the Year award. He coached collegiate summer ball teams from 2017-2019, including a pair of seasons with the Cape Cod League Orleans Firebirds. The Firebirds led the Cape Cod League in ERA in 2019 and included six MLB Draft picks.
Troupe has familiarity with the West Coast Conference already as well, working as the Director of Player Development for the University of San Diego until 2021. Additionally, he spent a season coaching team Great Britain in the European Championships in 2020.
A four-year member of the University of Arizona baseball program under Hall of Fame Head Coach Andy Lopez, Mathew emerged as the team’s closer during the beginning of his freshman season. He earned two victories in the 2012 College World Series closing out the first game in extra Innings against Florida State and also closing out the final game of the National Championship against South Carolina, helping the Wildcats capture the 2012 National Title. He finished his career with a 12-1 record and 15 saves while striking out 93 through 74 Innings pitched.
Mathew also spent two summers playing for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Collegiate Summer League in 2012 and 2013. In 2013 he earned Cape Cod East All Star and All-League recognition after posting a 1.35 ERA with 11 Saves and striking out 32 hitters in 20 innings of work. Troupe received the team’s Tom Yankus Pitching Award and the Charles F. Moore, Jr. Award for outstanding performance on and off the field, and the league’s Manny Robello 10th Man Award that season.
After graduating from U of A in 2015, Troupe transferred to Cal State Northridge for his final year of eligibility. 
Troupe was born in Northridge, Calif. to his parents, Mark and Lyndy Troupe and has one younger sister, Christina. Troupe recently married his high school sweetheart Rachel and currently resides in Redondo Beach, CA.
Travis Buck, Assistant Coach, Loyola Marymount Baseball
Travis Buck
Assistant Coach Read more Read less

Travis Buck announced as assistant coach for 2024 baseball season.

Buck’s impressive journey through professional baseball, as well as his coaching background, uniquely position him to contribute to LMU’s commitment to excellence both on and off the field.

Travis Buck’s professional baseball career saw him excel as an outfielder with several major league teams, including the San Diego Padres, Houston Astros, Cleveland Indians, and the Oakland Athletics. As a 1st Round Pick (35th Overall) in the 2005 MLB Draft, Buck’s dedication and talent allowed him to thrive at the highest level of the sport.

Buck’s transition from player to coach has been seamless, marked by his tenure with esteemed baseball organizations. He served as the Director of Scouting and Player Development, Assistant Coach, and Assistant Recruiting Coordinator at Arizona State University, where he played a vital role in developing future talent, coordinating outreach, and assisting in day-to-day operations. Buck’s leadership extended to the Boise Hawks, where he oversaw hitting and outfield play and played an instrumental role in player recruitment. At Boise State University, he contributed to the implementation of hitting philosophy and outfield play development.

As the owner of TBuck Training LLC, Buck demonstrated his dedication to nurturing young talent, providing private lessons, and mentoring players on their journey to success. His leadership and coaching acumen extended to Baseball Northwest, where he guided and supported collegiate-bound athletes in regional and national tournaments.

Conner O'Neil
Director of Pitching Development Read more Read less

Conner O’Neil assumes the role of Director of Pitching Development for the upcoming 2024 season, bringing with him a remarkable journey from humble beginnings to a distinguished career in baseball.

Post-high school, Conner’s path to success was anything but conventional. Facing the absence of scholarship offers from four-year institutions, he forged his own destiny by walking on at Central Arizona College. After a standout season, his talent garnered recognition, earning him a scholarship to Cal State Northridge.

During his three-year tenure at CSUN, Conner left an indelible mark on the program. Setting records as the single-season and all-time saves leader (29), boasting the sixth lowest career ERA in school history, and achieving the lowest career ERA in the school’s Division 1 era (2.53), Conner’s impact extended to the fifth most games pitched in school history (78). His accolades include multiple All-Conference honors, 2016 pre-season All-American recognition (NCWBA), and consistent appearances on the Stopper of the Year watch list (NCWBA). The Detroit Tigers drafted him in the 32nd round of the 2016 MLB Draft, but Conner opted to return for his final year, ultimately graduating with honors.

Notably, Conner’s journey continued with a seventh-round selection by the New York Mets in the 2017 MLB Draft, marking the highest draft position for a player from his school since 2006. His pro career spanned five successful years with the New York Mets and Chicago White Sox, during which his gritty character and relentless work ethic became synonymous with his name. Beyond personal achievements, Conner assumed a mentoring role, guiding fellow players through the demanding challenges of professional baseball.

His college coach attested to Conner’s unparalleled consistency, describing him as a value-driven individual with a deep toughness that places him in the 99th percentile of student-athletes. Now, Conner brings this uniquely committed and resilient attitude to LMU, where his firsthand knowledge of the effort, skills, and mindset required for improvement and success will undoubtedly prove invaluable to both staff and players in the program.

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Our camps are open to all baseball players, regardless of skill level, age, grade level, or gender. We welcome beginners looking to learn the game as well as advanced players seeking to enhance their skills.

We offer camps that cater to a wide range of age groups, typically spanning from elementary school to high school. We ensure that each camp is tailored to meet the specific needs and skill levels of the participants.

The camp schedule may vary depending on the specific camp, but typically, each day is structured with a combination of development broken up by age, skill-building drills, game simulations, and friendly competitions. Rest assured, we create a balanced and engaging schedule to maximize the campers’ learning and enjoyment.

We take great pride in maintaining an exceptional instructor-to-camper ratio, ensuring that each participant receives personalized attention and guidance. This ratio allows for effective communication, individualized instruction, and ample opportunities for skill development.

Participants should bring their own baseball equipment, including gloves, bats, helmets, and appropriate footwear. It is also recommended to bring sunscreen, a water bottle, and any necessary medications or allergy information.

The safety of our campers is of utmost importance to us. We maintain a safe and secure environment by adhering to all necessary health and safety guidelines. Our staff is trained to provide proper supervision and ensure that all equipment is in good condition.

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