Morehead State University Baseball
Thank you for taking an interest in Morehead State Eagles Baseball Camps held at Morehead State University, or in surrounding areas throughout Kentucky! In the coming year, we will offer several camps that will focus on individual development and team concepts. Continue to check back here as our camp information will be updated regularly.
Our program offers prospect camps, youth camps, private lessons, hitting assessments and pitching assessments for kids of all ages.
MSU Baseball takes great pride in playing the game correctly – we respect 90 feet. Over the past seven years, MSU has been the most successful program in the Ohio Valley Conference. We strive to produce champions on the field, in the classroom and in the community.
Our hope with our camps is to provide fundamental instruction that will allow each camper the ability to improve their skills. Our coaching staff will be present and very involved in each camp. We hire instructors who are currently playing and teaching the game themselves and share our philosophy of developing the person, student, and player – in that order.
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111 Playforth Pl, Morehead, KY
Morehead State University Baseball
Have some questions?
Check out some of our FAQs below
What should I bring?
Campers will need all baseball-related equipment as well as position-specific equipment (catcher’s gear, helmets, spikes, turf shoes or sneakers, glove, hat, etc). Campers should bring a refillable water bottle, sunscreen, and snacks.
Is food provided?
No, food is not provided. Campers will be responsible for their own meals. For most camps, there will be time to visit a local restaurant. Water is provided throughout the camp day.
Is there medical care?
Yes, an athletic trainer will be on staff. In addition, St. Claire Regional Hospital is less than a 5-minute ride.
What happens in the event of inclement weather?
The Eagles coaching staff is prepared and trained to deal with inclement weather. We have access to 3 indoor venues. The camp will go on as scheduled
Can an entire team attend?
What does a typical camp schedule look like?
Youth camp: Beginning at 9am there will be skill instruction by position (campers can choose a different one each day or stay in the same position group all week). At the same time there will be hitting groups. At about 1015, there will be a short break. At 1030, we start the competition phase: games, Baseball Olympics, skills challenge, etc. The day concludes at 1200pm.
Prospect camp: Typically begins with a mobility and strength assessment. This is followed by a standard pro workout: 60-yard dash, defensive evaluation, and batting practice. Following the pro-style workout, players will get defensive and hitting instruction by position. The day concludes with live at bats or a game.
I play multiple field positions, can I showcase and play more than one position?
Yes, you may showcase and play at multiple field positions. For example you can showcase and play at both catcher and in the outfield. For a two-way player (ie. pitcher and position player), there is a small surcharge in order to showcase and play both a field position and pitcher.
Are there refunds?
No, we are able to offer campers who have to cancel a credit for one year from the camp they originally registered for as long as we receive an email notifying us that they will not be attending. For no-shows with no communication, they will forfeit their tuition.