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Grant Achilles 2017 Summer Exposure Camp: Session 1

Athletic Camps on the Brown Bears Campus

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2-Day Registration Options:
      $325.00 Pitcher Only
      $405.00 Position Player
      $435.00 Position Player / 2 Positions
      $495.00 Two-Way Player (Primary Positional / Secondary Pitcher)
      $495.00 Two-Way Player (Primary Pitcher / Secondary Positional)

1-Day Registration Option:
      $250.00 Pitcher Only
      There are no one-day positional options available for this camp.

(Registration option details below)

***Players who register as IF or OF will play all 3 positions- IF = 2B, SS, 3B and OF = LF, CF, RF***

Online registration for this camp closes on June 13, 2017 at 11:59 pm provided the camp has not sold out prior to this date. Registration may be available onsite during the camp check in on a first come first serve basis.

The Brown University Baseball coaching staff is proud to offer a can’t miss opportunity for the student-athlete with aspirations of playing collegiate baseball at the Division I, and Ivy League level. The Grant Achilles 2017 Summer Exposure Camp will have two sessions: June 20-21, 2017 and August 12-13, 2017, on the campus of Brown University in Providence, RI.

Camp sessions are designed to give each individual player an opportunity to display their ability and potential to the coaches in attendance in a number of different settings encouraging both competition and instruction. The main focuses of each session are position specific drills, fundamental skill sessions, pro-style workouts, and game play. The structure of the camp should give players a strong sense of how to improve at least some part of their individual skill set to aid in their development long after the conclusion of camp.

STAFF: In addition to the Brown University coaching staff, academic schools from all over the Northeast, as well as the country, have been in attendance in previous years. Some of the schools who have worked in past range from Division I to Division III and include but are not limited to: Holy Cross, Vassar, MIT, Tufts, Stevens Institute of Technology, Bates College, Bard University, University of Rochester, Occidental, and Chapman University, to name a few

WHERE: The camp will operate almost exclusively at Brown University baseball’s on-campus field. Auxiliary fields and the OMAC indoor facility may be utilized for purpose of camp function or due to weather

HOUSING/FOOD: Lodging and food will not be provided by the Brown University baseball program. There are a number of hotels in the surrounding area, and players will have an ample amount of time to get food during the day.

Registration Options & Details

2-Day Options:

Pitcher Only

  • Clinic Sessions
  • Game (3 innings over 2 days)

    Position Player
  • Clinic Sessions
  • Pro-Style Workout
  • Batting Practice
  • Game

    Position Player / 2 Positions
  • Clinic Sessions
  • Pro-Style Workout @ BOTH POSITIONS
  • Batting Practice

    Two-Way Player (Primary Positional / Secondary Pitcher)
  • Clinic Sessions
  • Pro-Style Workout @ PRIMARY POSITION
  • Batting Practice
  • Secondary Pitcher = Pitch in bullpen and/or game

    Two-Way Player (Primary Pitcher / Secondary Positional)
  • Clinic Sessions
  • Pro-Style Workout @ SECONDARY POSITION
  • Batting Practice
  • Game @ PITCHER ONLY (3 innings over 2 days)

    1-Day Option:

    Pitcher Only

  • A limited amount of one-day pitching options will exist each day
  • Clinic sessions or pitching drills (depending on day)
  • Game (1 Inning)


    Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.