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UMHB to host summer softball camp

From UMHB Athletic's Department:

UMHB TO HOST SUMMER SOFTBALL

Belton, TX—The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will host two summer softball camps for children ages 8-18 this summer. UMHB head softball coach Larry Hennig will conduct the camp with assistance from Cru assistant coach Julie Norris. A staff of current collegiate players and coaches will assist Coach Hennig and Coach Norris during the camp.

 The Cru Softball Camp will offer two separate sessions, with both of them focusing on all-around softball skills. The camp will teach hitting and bunting fundamentals, base running and sliding and defensive techniques and skills. There will be a youth session for kids aged 8-14 and a one-day, high school session for more advanced players.

The cost of each camp session is $70 per student and the deadline for registration is June 8th.  All of the camp sessions will be held at Dee Dillon Field on the UMHB campus. Registration forms are available in the UMHB athletic office and on the UMHB athletic department web site at www.cruathletics.com. For more information, please contact Julie Norris at jnorris@umhb.edu.

The softball camp schedule is listed below.

                                                        

Softball Camps:

Age Group                 Dates                                       Times                                      Cost

Ages 8-14                    June 10-12                               9:00 AM – 12:00 PM              $70

High School                June 13                                    10:00 AM – 6:00 PM              $70

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