Baseball Camps

COVID-19 UPDATE

Kirkwood Athletics has been closely monitoring the ever-changing COVID-19 situation over the past year.  After careful thought and consideration, Kirkwood Winter Baseball Camps will not be held. 

Our sincerest apologies for not hosting these activities -- we definitely are going to miss working with your campers.  Please stay tuned for future Kirkwood Baseball Camps -- we hope you will join us another time.

On behalf of Head Coach Todd Rima, the Staff, and our Eagle team members, we wish each of you our best.

 

 


 

KIRKWOOD YOUTH BASEBALL CAMP 2020

Sharpen your baseball skills in a competitive atmosphere.  Our baseball camps cover all the fundamentals, including:

  • Proper Hitting Mechanics
  • Defensive Fundamentals
  • Catching Fundamentals and Drills
  • Hitting Drills
  • Proper Pitching Mechanics
  • Pitching Drills

*Every camper that pre-registers by Feb. 14 will receive a free Kirkwood baseball t-shirt

What to bring - 

  • glove 
  • bat
  • batting gloves
  • catcher's gear
  • comfortable clothes and shoes

Who: Ages 7-14

Date: Saturday, February 22, 2020

Time: Session 1 | Hitting and defense | 9:30am-Noon | $60/player 

          Session 2 | Pitching | 1pm - 3pm | $50/player 

          Session 3 | Hitting, defense, & pitching | 9:30am - 3pm | $90/player

*Lunch is not provided - please either bring your own lunch or eat locally, there will be a 1-hour break

Location: Michael J Gould Kirkwood Recreation Center

Instructors: Head Coach Todd Rima, Assistant Coach Anthony Caenepeel, Assistant Coach Corbin Day, Assistant Coach Ozzie Adams

With special guests: the Kirkwood Baseball team

How to Sign Up: please register online here (search baseball) or use the phone-in registration at 319-398-1022.

*Note: Day-of registrations will be accepted.

For more information, contact Lynn Lueck, 319-398-4909 or Lynn.Lueck@kirkwood.edu.


 

 


Kirkwood Community College assumes no liability for accidents that occur while participating in Kirkwood Community College athletic camps and provides no funds to cover medical costs. Participants are reminded that participation is entirely voluntary and are strongly urged to have their own health insurance. It is understood that participation is voluntary and Kirkwood Community College is not responsible for injury or accidents and all liability against them is waived.