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Georgia State University Softball
Georgia State University Softball

Roger Kincaid Softball Camps

2017 Winter Clinics

Session Four: Prospect Camp 2
@ Georgia State Softball complex
2401 Wildcat Rd, Decatur Ga, 30034
Date: Sunday, February 5th
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Ages: 11 - 18
Cost: $70 - Pre-Registration
$80- Walk-Up Registration

‚ÄčThis session is closed for registration. Please contact Todd Downes at DDownes@gsu.edu to inquire about availability.

The 2017 Georgia State team will be practicing 30-45 minutes after the conclusion of the above camps and all camp participants are welcome to stay and watch practice.

-This camp session will feature both hitting and defensive skills. This is not a pitching camp exclusive session.

-Please bring turf/tennis shoes and cleats. Weather permitting, participants may go outside for camp activities.

-The Georgia State softball staff along with members of this year’s team will provide instruction and interaction with all camp participants.

-Last year’s Winter Camps filled very quickly and are limited by registration numbers.

-In the event of winter weather related issues, updates will be posted on this website and  communication will also be sent via email.

-Georgia State merchandise and apparel will be available for purchase at all camp sessions.

 
Questions?
Contact Todd Downes | 770-356-9487 | coachdtd@gmail.com

Roger Kincaid Softball Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and gender. “The camps/clinic listed here are operated by Georgia State University coaches in their personal capacity and Georgia State University solely provides the facilities for these activities (unless otherwise noted).  These activities are not sponsored by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, Georgia State University or the Georgia State University Athletic Association, Inc., and none of these entities assume any responsibility for injury or damages to person or property arising out of any occurrence during these activities."