Biola University Baseball
Biola Baseball Camps are designed to provide the best possible baseball instruction for players of all abilities from grades k-12. Camps offered by Biola Baseball include; instructional, team, prospect, and youth. Emphasis at the camps is placed upon improving each individual’s skills and knowledge of baseball. Each camper will receive specific instruction on how to play the game and how to improve both on and off the field. Skills and techniques will be improved through individual and small group instruction, drills, and game experience.
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13800 Biola Ave, La Mirada, CA
Biola University Baseball
Have some questions?
Check out some of our FAQs below
What is your refund Policy?
We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit for one year if you decide to cancel.
Cancel outside of 14 days and receive camp credit up to 1 year
Cancel inside of 14 days there is zero refund and no credit will be applied to the next camp.
How do I get to Biola University?
Biola University is located at 13800 Biola Ave, La Mirada, CA, 90639. The baseball field is located in the Southeast section of campus off of University Dr. The nearest airports are Long Beach Airport and John Wayne International Airport in Orange County.
What kind of gear should I bring?
If you are attending the Biola Baseball Prospect Camps, we highly encourage the players to bring: Cleats, Turfs/Tennis Shoes, Bat, Glove, Helmet, Catcher’s Gear (If Necessary), Water, Lunch
If you are attending the Biola Baseball Team Camps, we highly encourage the teams and players to bring: Baseballs, Helmets, Bats, Gloves, Catcher’s Gear (If Necessary), Cleats, Turfs/Tennis Shoes, Water, Lineup Cards, Game Balls, Rosters
If you are attending the Biola Baseball Youth Camps, we highly encourage the players to bring: Cleats, Bat, Glove, Helmet, Water, Lunch, Baseball Pants, Hat, Sunscreen
How will we be contacted with information about the camp?
We will be contacting all campers and parents using the email the player was registered with. Please register with an email and phone number that you use regularly so you don’t miss important information and updates!
We plan to accompany our kid to camp. What are parents allowed to do?
If you are a parent attending Biola Baseball Prospect Camp, you are more than welcome to watch the camp and ask any questions to a passing coach while the camp is occurring. We will also have a parent talk scheduled into our camps.
If you are a parent attending Biola Baseball Team Camp, you are welcome to watch the games and ask any questions to a passing coach while the camp is occurring.
If you are a parent attending Biola Baseball Youth Camp, you are welcome to stay and watch the camp, ask any questions to a passing coach, or go into the dugout if your child needs immediate assistance.
FOR ALL CAMPS: While we strongly encourage family participation before and after camps, we would greatly appreciate it if parents stayed off the field while camps are in session.
Why should I attend Biola Baseball Prospect camps?
Biola Baseball Prospect Camps, whether a local player or traveling from out of town, offer a unique opportunity to develop your skills with our whole coaching staff. It also offers the opportunity to view our beautiful campus, interact with current Biola baseball players, and get a feel for the surrounding community. While one coach may see you out an event, it is rare that more than one coach see’s you on the recruiting trail. We cannot emphasize enough the importance of more than one coach getting to see you play, along with the ability to get a feel for our campus, community, and culture!