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									                     Purdue Youth Baseball Camp
                          & Indoor Games




AGES
8 - 12 Year-old Baseball Players
DATES
December 27, 2008 - Session 1
December 28, 2008 - Session 2
     CAMP TUITION
     $125 for Session 1

       $125 for Session 2
       $200 For Both Session 1 & 2 (40% Discount)
LOCATION
Mollenkopf Athletic Center at Purdue University
TIME
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Lunch from Noon - 1 p.m.)
                    The Purdue University Baseball coaching staff is proud
                    to announce their Purdue Youth Baseball Camp and
                    Indoor Games. The camp and games will be hosted at
                    the 92,000 square foot Mollenkopf Athletic Center on
                    the campus of Purdue University.
                    All registered baseball players will particpate in a
                    unique camp that will provide an opporutnity to learn
                    from the Purdue Baseball coaching staff and a select
                    group of college and high school coaches from around
                    the country. Each player will receive instruction
                    through one-on-one participation and small group work.
Youth baseball players have the opporutnity to participate in baseball games
on the newly renovated FieldTurf in the Mollenkopf Athletic Center.
Baseball players will also particpate in hitting drills, defensive stations and
full infield and outfield practice before or after their games.
Games will be played with live pitching and a full infield and outfield.
Consistent instruction, umpires and base coaches will
provide an opportunity to youth baseball players not
normally available throughout Indiana and the
surrounding region. Campers will grouped by age and
ability level to ensure maximum instruction and safety
throughout the camp.
Players will participate in drills and teaching sessions
that help them understand the fundamental skills that are
                     used at each position.
                     Hitting stations will cover topics
                     such as proper stance, weight
                     transfer and point-of-contact.

                        •  Hitting drills will make use of Purdue's two, full-
                           length indoor batting cages and hitting nets.
                        • Pitching and throwing drills will cover areas like
                           balance, delivery mechanics and grip techniques.
                        • Pitching and throwing drills will use a full-sized
                           infield along with indoor pitching mounds and
                           balance beams.
                        • Defensive work will cover topics involving proper
      fielding position, footwork and glove positioning.
To register by mail fill out the following form and mail it to: Ryan Sawyers, Assistant
Baseball Coach, Purdue University, 1225 Northwestern Ave., West Lafayette, IN 47907.
Make Checks Payable to Black and Gold Baseball.

Name___________________________________________________________________

Street
Address_________________________________________________________________

City_______________________________ State____________ Zip_________________

Parent/Guardian
Name__________________________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian Cell Phone_________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian email (print clearly)__________________________________________

Insurace Provider_________________________________________________________

Policy Number___________________________________________________________

I hereby authorize the staff of Purdue Baseball Camps to act for me according to their
best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention and I hereby waive and
release the camp from any and all liability for any injuries or illness incurred while at
camp. I have no knowledge of any physical impairment that would be affected by the
above named camper’s participation in the camp program, as outlined above.

I hereby give Purdue University permission to publish and release information about the
above named minor student, including his/her photograph, to the news media. In
addition, I give Purdue University permission to publish and copyright photographs
and/or video footage of him/her and other information about him/her for any advertising
and/or promotion done on behalf of Purdue University in any printed or electronic form.
I also certify that I am the legal parent or guardian of the above named student and have
full right to provide this release.


Parent/Guardian Signature and Date___________________________________________

								
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