Admissions

Baseball Prospect Camp

The Anderson University Baseball Prospect Camp offers the opportunity for student-athletes to be evaluated and receive instruction at the beautiful Don Brandon Field. For any 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022 graduate that has the desire to play college baseball at the collegiate level, this is an opportunity to learn about the university and interact with members of the Ravens coaching staff. Players will also receive evaluation and feedback from Rapsodo.

Anderson University is a member of NCAA Division III and the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Register

LOCATION

Don Brandon Field
Anderson University
1526 University Boulevard, Anderson, Indiana 46012

DATE AND TIME

9 a.m. Saturday, August 25th, 2018

Registration Times:

  • 8:30 a.m. Position Players Session
  • Noon: Pitcher Only Session

Session Times:

  • Defense and Hitting Session: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Pitching Session: 12:30-3 p.m.

COST

  • Early Registration (Before Monday, August 20th, 11:59 PM)
    Position Player or Pitcher Only: $60 | 2 - Way Player: $80

  • Same Day Registration
    Position Player or Pitcher Only: $75 | 2 - Way Player: $95

    *Prospects registering the day of the camp are not guaranteed a camp t-shirt.*

If you plan on working at a position and pitching, you will be required to pay for both sessions.

We ask catchers to stay for both sessions but are only required to pay for a single session unless you are also a pitcher.

WHO MAY ATTEND

Any 2019, 2020, 2021, or 2022 graduate that has an interest in playing college baseball.

WHAT TO BRING

Players are responsible for bringing their own bat, glove, batting gloves, cleats, and catchers must bring their own gear. An Anderson University Baseball t-shirt will be provided for camp, but the player must bring their own baseball pants and hat. Concessions will be available.

ABOUT RAPSODO BASEBALL

How does Rapsodo help hitters?
Rapsodo's radar and camera system delivers pro-level data accuracy including exit velocity, exit launch angle, exit direction, 3D ball flight and more. Instant data feedback gives coaches and players the ability to make swing improvements on the spot.

How does Rapsodo help pitchers?
Rapsodo Pitching delivers real-time feedback for pitchers on the mound and for several metrics. Those metrics include velocity, spin rate, spin axis, strike zone analysis, 3D ball flight and more. Rapsodo helps pitchers learn how to utilize their most effective pitches and continue developing others.

Attendees will receive a full player evaluation from AU Baseball's new hitting and pitching Rapsodo.


For more information, please contact Brandon Schnepp at brschnepp.athletics@anderson.edu or (765) 641-3683.