APPLETON, Wis. -- The Lawrence University baseball program is hosting multiple camps this summer and into the fall and winter.
The Five-Tool Camp is set set for July 22 through 24 on the Lawrence athletic campus. Players in grades one through 10 will be instructed on fielding, throwing, hitting, game play, sliding, bunting and receive help with agility, athleticism and quickness. Players will take batting practice on Lawrence's game field and work out in the team's new pitching laboratory. The camp runs from 6 to 8 p.m. each day, and the cost is $100.
Lawrence will host two Prospect Camps, one on Aug. 25 and the other is Sept. 29. The camp is an opportunity for high school junior and senior players (with a maximum of 20 sophomores allowed to attend) to join with other athletes in controlled and competitive scrimmages. The camp takes place at Lawrence's field and other local baseball complexes. Campers receive written evaluations and will participate in pro-style workouts. The camp runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for each camp, and the cost is $75 per camp.
The Winter Skills Camp takes place in January and February 2020. Dates for the camp are Jan. 5, 12, 19 and 26 and Feb. 9 and 16. The cost is $120 and covers all the dates. Players will receive six weeks of instruction, games, contests and prizes. Players in grades one through 12 will be instructed on fielding, throwing, hitting, game play, sliding, bunting and receive help with agility, athleticism and quickness.