Camp Dates: July 8 - 11, 2013 • 9 AM - 3 PM
Registration will begin at 8:15 AM on Monday, July 8 at the Wesleyan College softball field
Open to girls ages 10 - 18 (graduated seniors may attend)
Cost: $100 per camper
Click here to pay online!
The Wesleyan College Softball Camp is designed to improve fundamentals involved with all aspects of the sport - hitting, fielding, throwing, base running, bunting, pitching, and catching. Campers will be divided according to age so that everyone will get the most out of the experience. Lunch will be provided. Games will be played in the afternoon session. Parents are welcome to attend the camp and games. A Wesleyan College trainer will be present during the camp.
What to bring:
Softball cleats or tennis shoes, softball glove, bat, and helmet. (If the camper does not have a bat or helmet, they are welcome to use Wesleyan's equipment.)
Dickey Hightower, Head Softball Coach, Wesleyan College
Lauren Hightower, Assistant Coach, Wesleyan College
At least four additional current or past softball players will round out the coaching staff
Click here to download a registration form. In addition to the completed registration form, campers will be required to provide a copy of the front and back of insurance card, physician signed physical within the last 12 months, the assumption of risk, consent to treat, and waiver of liability form. Click here to download the risk/consent/waiver of liability form.
About the coach:
Dickey Hightower became the softball coach at Wesleyan College in December of 2011. He came to Wesleyan with over 30 years of fast-pitch coaching experience in the State of Georgia. Hightower has coached every level from ASA youth teams to Division I college programs. His youth teams have played in ASA national tournaments, and his five ASA Women's teams also played on the national level. As an assistant at Georgia State University from 1991-1995 and from 2001-2005, he helped guide teams to several conference championships, and in 1994, helped lead GSU to it's first NCAA Regional.