Due to high demand, many camps fill prior to the registration deadline and early registration is recommended. Once a camp reaches capacity or the registration deadline, we are unable to add additional campers. Walk-up registrations are not accepted for any camp or clinic.
In the event a camp does not reach capacity, the following registration deadlines apply:
- Residential camps close 2 days prior to the camp.
- Day camps and clinics close at 11:59pm the night before camp.
baseball advanced camp
Entering grades 10-12 in September 2017
Check-In: Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 8:30am
Check-Out: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 12:00pm (time may change based on team schedule)
Overnight Camper Fee: $800.00
Day Camper Fee: $650.00
Fee includes instruction, meals, room (overnight campers), Princeton Baseball t-shirt, and lanyard.
The High School Advanced Camp is designed to create a highly competitive environment with the majority of our campers planning on pursuing a college baseball career. Mornings typically concentrate on drills and position work, while the afternoon and evening sessions feature actual games.
Check-in will be held Sunday morning with evaluation sessions that morning and afternoon and a skills session that evening. Monday will feature morning skill instruction and games in the afternoon and evening. Tuesday will feature games followed by a late afternoon check-out.
The High School Camp has featured representatives from the following schools in past years: Georgetown, Dickinson, Haverford, Trinity (CT and TX), Washington College, Bates, Bard, Saint Joseph’s, Cal Tech, Rochester, Babson, Amherst, Bucknell, Cornell, and Ursinus.
**The names of coaches in attendance will be given after check-in on Sunday. We are unable to provide a list of coaches prior to the start of camp.**
All camps and clinics will be held on the Princeton University campus, one of the most beautiful and historic campuses in the world. The baseball camps & clinics will be held at Jadwin Gym (which features FieldTurf), Clarke Field, Strubing Field, and Finney/Campbell Fields. Campers will reside in Princeton Universitydormitories and dine in one of the school's dining halls. All dormitories willhave adult supervision with a minimum of a 10:1 camper to counselor ratio plusa Health Director.
**Camp dorms do not have air conditioning. We recommend you bring a fan with you to camp.**
Princeton University reserves the right to cancel, postpone or reschedule any camp or clinic because of low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. In the unfortunate case a camp or clinic is canceled, Princeton University will issue a full refund of the fees paid. Princeton University cannot be held responsible for any related costs, charges or expenses, including but not limited to; cancellation/change fees assessed by airlines, hotels, car services or travel agencies.