RSU Claremore Offering Youth Baseball Camp

Rogers State University will hold its annual baseball youth camp during spring break, March 18-19, from 10a-2p. The camp will be run by the entire team and coaching staff; there will even be an autograph signing on the last day. Campers ages 5-12 are welcome to attend.

The camp will be held at Rogers State University’s Diamond Sports Complex (located next to the Claremore Veteran’s Center). RSU baseball will practice after camp each day; campers and families are welcome to watch. 

Cost is $100 per camper. This includes an RSU replica game hat and lunch. 

Attendees must bring their own equipment. Any participating player will need their own bat, fielding glove, batting gloves, turfs/cleats, baseball pants, and hat…catchers must also bring their own gear. All equipment should be clearly marked for identification.

No refunds on this camp due to the quick turnaround and we will have the camp rain or shine (if weather or wet grounds looks to be an issue, we will utilize the turf soccer field and gymnasium if needed).

Refunds will only be issued via the purchase of/claim through a Allianz Registration Protector Policy.  Registration Protector provides coverage for lost registration fees when a camper has to cancel or leave camp for a reason covered by the policy. Covered reasons for camp cancellation or interruption include:
•             Injury or illness to the camper or a close family member
•             Family employment issues
•             Transportation delays
•             Military/family/legal obligations
•             Weather emergencies that prevent the registrant from attending your event.

For more information, email Head Coach Chris Klimas at cklimas@rsu.edu

 

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