Summer Overnight Camp Session 2
The overnight summer camp is designed for any player looking to develop and improve their baseball skills. Each camper will receive a great deal of individual instruction along with learning team practices and techniques of the fundamentals of baseball. He will learn skills in catching, hitting, bunting, fielding, throwing, and baserunning. Tiger Baseball Camps are dedicated to the development and growth of all campers who attend. Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).
The camp check-in time will be on Sunday, July 16 between 12:00pm and 1:00pm. Each camper will check-in at Doug Kingsmore stadium to receive their camp information and dorm key. The campers will then have the opportunity to move in their belongings into the dorms and then meet back at Tiger Field at 3pm for camp orientation. Once our camp orientation is complete, the week will begin! Parents are encouraged, but not obligated, to stick around for camp orientation.
Typical Daily Schedule
7:00am Wake-up and Campers go to breakfast
8:15am Meet at stadium for morning introduction
8:30am Morning Fundamental Lecture
9:00am Defensive Breakdown by Position
2:00pm-4:00pm Hitting / Practice Session / Games
6:00pm-8:30pm Hitting / Practice Session / Games
10:00pm Lights Out
The Clemson Experience
Here at Clemson we are devoted to allowing each camper to get the full Clemson experience. We want each camper to experience firsthand at what its like to be a college student and Clemson baseball player. Each camper will stay on campus in a local dormitory and eat each meal in the Clemson cafeteria. All campers will have access to the Clemson Baseball practice facilities and have the privilege of playing on Tiger Field.
The Tiger Baseball Camp coaching staff will consist of some members of the current Clemson Baseball coaching staff, current and former players, and other highly skilled college and high school coaches from all over the east coast. Our camp coaches are trained on the camp policies and procedures and some have over 30 years experience with the Clemson Baseball Camp tradition.
Housing and Meals
For the overnight campers, each person will be housed in one of our local air-conditioned dormitories on Clemsons campus, with two campers per room. Roommate preference may be specified. Please make known to us your roommate preference when completing your registration. Both campers must indicate their desire to be roommates upon registration. Close adult supervision will be obtained on each residence hall for the camp. Our campers will also be grouped by age in the dorms.
All meals will be served in the local dining hall on campus. The dining hall includes many buffet options including a wide variety of nutritional offerings along with notification of allergy and gluten restrictions. Additional nutritional questions may be answered by reaching out to our dining hall staff at (864) 656-1603.
Items to Bring
Baseball or other athletic clothing
Baseball Bat and Batting Gloves
Catchers are encouraged to bring their own gear
Cleats and tennis shoes or turf shoes
Twin Extra-Long Bed Sheets
The camp will offer a camp bank that each camper may deposit cash into during the Sunday registration process to make sure their money is kept in a safe and secure place. Each night at the field, the campers will have the opportunity to withdraw any cash they would like for the night. On Wednesday night, whatever cash the camper has left in the bank, all of it will be given back to the camper. Please note that the bank will NOT be open on Sunday night so please keep out any cash you may need for Sunday.
Food and Snacks
Pizza and drinks will be for sale each night at the dorm before lights out for any camper who would like to purchase a snack.
Camp Waivers / Medical Form Information
Medical forms/Waivers through the registration website. https://info.collegebaseballcamps.com/tigerbaseballcamp/
Please download, complete, and print the medical paperwork and waivers to bring with you to registration.
Campers may bring a copy of their school physical as long as it has been completed within one year prior to the first day of camp. All campers must bring a completed medical form and camp waiver along with copy of school physical. If your local doctor has signed the medical form, a copy of a physical is not necessary. If you bring a copy of a current physical, the doctors signature on the medical form is not necessary.
Along with the medical form, please make you complete and sign the Acknowledgement of Responsibility and Indemnification Form for Minors waiver. This waiver will need to be submitted at time of check-in.
Each Clemson Baseball camper will receive an official Clemson Baseball camp T-shirt upon camp check-in. Additional Clemson Baseball merchandise will be available to purchase at this session at the camp store.
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Director of Athletics Graham Neff named Erik Bakich as Clemson’s 28th head baseball coach on June 16, 2022. The Clemson University Board of Trustees Compensation Committee approved the measure.
Bakich served as head coach at Michigan the last 10 seasons, leading the Wolverines to the 2019 College World Series championship series. Bakich also served as a head coach at Maryland (2010-12) and as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt (2003-09) along with his one year as volunteer assistant coach at Clemson in 2002.
Head Coach Erik Bakich announced on June 27, 2022 that Nick Schnabel joined the staff as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator. Schnabel, who will work with the infielders, coached alongside Bakich during his tenure at Michigan from 2013-22 and was named national assistant coach-of-the-year by ABCA in 2019.
Head Coach Erik Bakich announced on June 28, 2022 that Jimmy Belanger joined the staff as assistant coach and pitching coach. Belanger spent the last three seasons at Florida State, mentoring many of the best pitchers in the ACC.
Belanger has been a full-time assistant coach for 13 seasons, with stops at Monmouth (2010-12), Maryland (2013-16), Kentucky (2017-19) and Florida State (2020-22).
Brad Owens is in his 16th season with the Tiger program in 2023, serving as chief of staff, operations. He is in charge of all team travel and camps for the program along with handling many other administrative duties.
Ben Paulsen is in his fifth year with the Tiger program serving as director of player development in 2023. Paulsen spent the 2018 season as a student assistant coach at Clemson, as he returned to Tigertown to finish his degree requirements through the Tiger Trust program. He later served as the volunteer assistant coach at Georgia Southern in the fall of 2018.
Among Paulsen’s responsibilities, he is in charge of player development, opponent scouting, facility organization, enhancement & technology, recruiting & alumni relations, student-athlete transition and student-athlete services.
Head Coach Erik Bakich announced on June 29, 2022 that Griffin Mazur joined the staff as volunteer assistant coach. Mazur, who will work with the catchers, played the 2021 season at Michigan under Bakich after he transferred from UC Irvine, where he was a player from 2016-20.
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114 , Clemson, SC
Take I-85 to exit #19B. Exit toward Clemson. Follow Hwy 76/28 West for about 12 miles. Nearing the Clemson campus turn left on to Perimeter Road. Follow for approximately 2 miles, and right near the football stadium, and basketball facility you will see Doug Kingsmore Stadium (Home of the Clemson Baseball Tigers).
Tiger Baseball Camp at Clemson University
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What do I bring to Camp?
Campers will need to bring cleats, tennis shoes, glove, baseball hat, baseball pants, bat and batting gloves recommended but not required
Will there be water provided at camp?
Water will be provided and serviced in each dugout and all facilities during the camp throughout Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
Will there be a training staff available in case of emergency?
There will be a certified athletic trainer available on site at every camp.
Can 3 kids share a dorm room?
The dorm rooms are set up with only two twin extra-long beds.
What size sheets should I bring?
Each camper will need to bring twin extra-long sheets for their bed
Can you use a high school physical to replace a camp physical?
Yes, but you must still fill out the camp physical with your insurance information and contact numbers on it. You must also sign the liability waiver. Bring all medical and camp waivers with you at camp check-in.
What are some local lodging options in Clemson for families to stay?
Individuals needing hotel accommodations for whatever reason may do so by making their on reservations at the information below:Hotel arrangements can be made through: Tru by Hilton Clemson SC, 13050 Clemson Blvd, Seneca, SC 29678 (864) 280-8800
Can my son move up to an older group if his abilities show that he is ready for it?
Absolutely. Each kid will be evaluated on Sunday afternoon and we will try to place them at the appropriate challenge level. Your camper must speak up if he has an interest in moving up to an older group.
What if I have a question that has not been answered by this section?
Please send all questions or comments via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text to (805) 660-2916.