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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from the University of Southern Mississippi.

The Golden eagle Baseball program is proud to announce the 2015 dates and registration information for Summer Baseball Camps at Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field.

Southern Miss Baseball Kids Camps include specific and professional caliber instruction in all phases of the game including hitting, pitching, defense, and base running. Camp counselors and staff will include the Southern Miss Baseball coaching staff, and current collegiate athletes along with a professional athletic trainer. each camp will be limited to the first 100 applicants to register.

Summer Kids Camp # 1

Location: Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field

Camp Dates/Times: June 8-11, 9AM - 12PM

Check -In:8:15 AM

Camp Cost: $165 (Includes T Shirt)

Ages 6-14

Summer Kids Camp # 2

Location: Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field

Camp Dates/Times: July 13-16, 9AM-12PM

Check-In: 8:15AM

Camp Cost: $165

Ages: 6-14

Camp registration for all Southern Miss Baseball Camps can take place atwww.southernmissbaseballcamps.com Mail-in registration can take place by filling out the attached form and mailing them back to the address listed on these forms. Our camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender. For any questions or advanced information, please contact us at 601-266-6542 or via emaildamon.lessler@usm.edu

We hope to see you at "The Pete" !

 

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