The Kansas State baseball team will conduct a pair of Junior Wildcat Camps throughout the month of June, with each camp running for different age groups.
The first camp will run June 18-20 for ages 6-9 and will cost $100. The Junior Wildcat Camp offers specialized coaching in the areas of pitching, defensive fundamentals, hitting mechanics, bunting and base running techniques from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Development as a player and understanding of the game will improve through individual instruction, drill progression and exciting competitions. Campers will learn numerous drills from the K-State coaching staff and current players that they can take home with them to improve their game as well as competing in game situations.
Campers will be separated and placed into similar age groups to ensure a safe and productive learning environment for all ages.
The second camp is for ages 10-13 and will run June 25-27 and cost $135. The Junior Wildcat Game Camps is a great opportunity for young players to improve their overall baseball skills.
Campers will spend the morning receiving specialized coaching in the areas of pitching, defensive fundamentals, hitting mechanics, bunting and base running from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
In the afternoon, campers will be separated into similar age groups to play live games while learning game situations with current Wildcat players and coaches. Campers are asked to bring their own lunches.