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Summer Prospect Camp 7/12

Sacred Heart University Baseball Camps Connecticut
85 Eckart St, Bridgeport, CT 06606
Veterans Memorial Park - 85 Eckart St, Bridgeport CT
July 12
Registration closes Jul 12th.
Ages 13-22
9:30 am
Refunds are only granted if it is prior to 7 days before the camp starts. Any refund request inside of the 7 day window can be transferred to a future Sacred Heart Baseball camp.

Sacred Heart Baseball strives to provide a great opportunity for players to showcase their skills on the field, while also getting top tier college baseball instruction by the Sacred Heart coaching staff.

The camp will consist of a pro-style workout (60-Yard Dash, fielding and throwing from position, and batting practice, pitcher bullpens) as well as position-specific skill instruction.

This workout is open to any and all individuals.

Please check your email regularly as this is the primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

Event Type: Prospect Camp or Showcase Event

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Position Player Only
$ 165.00
Pitcher Only
$ 165.00
Two - Way
Select if you would like workout as a position player as well as a Pitcher. FYI: Secondary arms will either throw Live against hitters OR just a bullpen session after the workout. This is based on the number of Primary Arms that sign up.
$ 200.00
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Coaches & Organizers you might meet...

Pat Egan
Pat Egan
Head Coach Read more Read less

Pat Egan joined the Sacred Heart University baseball program as head coach prior to the 2022-23 season.

Former Quinnipiac ace, Egan enjoyed a four-year career under legendary head coach Dan “Skip” Gooley from 2003-2007.

Under Egan’s leadership working with the Quinnipiac pitchers, the Bobcats have had three starting pitchers drafted. Ace Thomas Jankins drafted in the 13th round by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2016 MLB Draft, Robbie Hitt was chosen in the 24th round of the 2017 Draft, again by the  Brewers, and Tyler Poulin was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 29th Round of the 2019 Draft. The trio of pitching prospects join Egan among the 20 players to be selected in the MLB Draft in program history.

In 2019, Egan played a significant role in helping the Bobcats win their first NCAA Tournament game at #10 ECU, win their first regular season and tournament MAAC Championships as well as a program record 30 victories. Egan’s pitchers struck out 430 batters, good for the most in program history.

The 2019 pitcher staff was led by draft-pick Tyler Poulin, as he tied Chris Enns with seven wins each on the season, ERAs below 3.90 and each pitcher struck out at least 77 batters.

Since joining the QU coaching staff in 2015, Egan has coached three All-MAAC selections in Jankins (2015-16), Taylor Luciani (2018) and Poulin (2019) as well as the 2019 MAAC Relief Pitcher of the Year, Andrew Workman.

Egan completed a seven-year career in professional baseball following the 2013 season where he reached the AAA level in both the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves organizations. He began his professional career as a starter before transitioning to the bullpen. He finished his career with a record of 30-23 and 19 saves with an ERA of 3.11. Egan pitched 518 1/3 innings in 245 games and finished with 381 strikeouts. His best year came in 2013 where he split time between the Mississippi and Gwinnett Braves going 8-3 with a 2.95 ERA in 54 games with 56 strikeouts.

After graduating from Quinnipiac, he opened Pat Egan Professional Pitching Instruction where he founded, organized and operated private hitting and pitching clinics. Egan developed pitching programs for youths aged 8-18 to help them focus on fundamentals, pitching styles, conditioning and mental aspects of baseball.

Egan also worked with Rocky Hill High School with the basketball program. He was the Head Coach of the Freshman Basketball team from 2009-2013 and was promoted to Assistant Varsity coach for the 2013-14 season as well.

At Quinnipiac, Egan was named the Northeast Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2004 and First Team All-NEC when he went 7-2 with a 2.54 ERA. He finished his college career with a record of 20-11, 3.95 ERA, 151 strikeouts, and an opponent batting average of .262.

Egan graduated from Quinnipiac with a bachelor’s degree in public relations in 2006 and currently lives in Wethersfield, Conn. with his wife, Angela, son, Jaxon, and daughter, Ava.

TK Kiernan
TK Kiernan
Assistant Coach, Recruiting Coordinator Read more Read less

TK Kiernan is in his second stint as a an assistant coach with the Sacred Heart University baseball team, as he rejoined the Pios for the 2023 season, now with the title of recruiting coordinator as well. Previously, he served as an assistant coach from the 2015 through 2021 campaigns.

Kiernan works with the Pioneer hitters and infielders. SHU has collected four NEC tournament appearances in his tenure, including the program’s fourth NEC Championship back in 2015.

A Wallingford, Conn., native, Kiernan played collegiately at nearby Southern Connecticut State University. He excelled in the infield for the NCAA Division II powerhouse, garnering All-Championship honors at the National Finals as a freshman in 2011 and ending his career with All-Northeast-10 Conference accolades as a senior in 2014.

Isiah Daubon
Isiah Daubon
Assistant Coach, Camp Director Read more Read less

Before coming to Sacred Heart as a baseball player, Isiah Daubon was a four-year letterwinner in football & baseball at Highland High School as well as third team all-state selection on the diamond. Daubon was also recognized as a two-time all-section honoree in baseball and first team Poughkeepsie Journal in both baseball and football.


A mainstay in the Pioneers lineup for four years, Daubon appeared in 70 total games and started in 18 as an outfielder. In 2018, Daubon finished the season with .289 batting average, 22 hits and 10 RBI and recording four multi-hit games on the year. Daubon registered a home run for his first collegiate hit on Mar. 6 at Nicholls State and had a season-high seven-game hitting streak from Apr. 13-24. In 2019, Daubon was second on the team in batting average (.317), slugging percentage (.423) and home runs (3) while recording a .920 fielding percentage with 45 putouts on 50 total chances. Daubon had a perfect hitting day once on his career, going 4-for-4 with a double and a walk vs Wagner (4/6) and was named NEC Player of the Week in the last week of March that season.


As the sports world took a gap year for Covid in 2020, Daubon came back for his senior year in 2021. During his senior year Daubon had a few hero ball games, getting 3 game winning hits including a monster 3 run home run against Central Connecticut at Dunkin’ Donuts Park. With the extra year of eligibility the pandemic provided for athletes, Daubon played at NJIT for his Covid senior year while pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business Information Systems.


Daubon’s career stats included a .263 average, scoring 28 runs and belting 41 hits with eight doubles, one triple, four homeruns, 26 RBI 63 total bases with 23 walks and 10 stolen bases while posting a .361 on base percentage.

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Bridgeport, Connecticut
85 Eckart St, Bridgeport, CT

From New York and Points South:

Hutchinson River / Merritt Parkway (Route 15)

North to Exit 47. Left off ramp onto Park Ave. Go .68 miles on Park Ave then turn left on Eckart Street for .32 miles. Ballpark will be on the bottom behind the school.

From Hartford and Points North

Route 91 South to Exit 17. Take Wilbur Cross / Merritt Parkway (Route 15) South to Exit 47 (Park Ave.). Left off ramp onto Park Ave. Go .68 miles on Park Ave then turn left on Eckart Street for .32 miles. Ballpark will be on the bottom behind the school.

From Points East:

Interstate 95 South. In Milford take Exit 38 to Merritt Parkway. Merritt Parkway (Route 15) South to Exit 47 (Park Ave.). Left off ramp. Go .68 miles on Park Ave then turn left on Eckart Street for .32 miles. Ballpark will be on the bottom behind the school.

From Points West:

Interstate 84 East to Exit 9 (Bridgeport Route 25). Take right off exit ramp. Take left at light onto Route 25 South. Take Route 25 to Merritt Parkway (Route 15) South. Route 15 South to Exit 47 (Park Ave.). Left off ramp. Go .68 miles on Park Ave then turn left on Eckart Street for .32 miles. Ballpark will be on the bottom behind the school.

Directions for Buses from Connecticut Turnpike (I-95):

Exit 27A (North or South). Get off Route 25/8 at Exit 4 (Lindley St.). Left off ramp, up to light. Take left onto Capitol Ave. Go to third light (Park Ave.) Go right and up three miles then turn left on Eckart Street for .32 miles. Ballpark will be on the bottom behind the school.
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