MB Sports & Nike Baseball Camp Curry College Milton, Massachusetts
The NIKE Baseball Camp at Curry College will be offering three weeks of camp for the summer of 2014! This camp covers all facets of the game including hitting, fielding, base running, and team play! Campers will work hard and meet new friends from across the U.S. and abroad!
The camp is directed by Mehdi and Maria Belhassan. Mehdi has owned the camps since 1995, and prior to this was assistant director to the camp, starting in 1989. As a former tennis professional, and a father himself, he knows the values and dedication it takes to give “the best sports instruction.” Mehdi resides on campus throughout all camp sessions, and quickly gains the respect of all the campers.
Maria directs all office and customer service operations of the camp. Maria is the background force, organizing summer events, registration packets, and the many other aspects to putting together a great summer production! Maria is available via email, and during the year the 1-800 number rings to her cell phone. Our policy is that every parent should be 100% comfortable by the time they drop off their child to our camp.
International campers looking for a multi-week baseball and language program click here.
- 8:1 camper to instructor ratio
- Daily emphasis on fundamental development, team play and more
- Multi-level ability grouping
- Discussion topics: preparing for college baseball and personal goal setting
- Nike Camp T-shirt, Lanyard and Nike Prizes
We are thrilled to announce our return to Curry College for 2014. The Milton, Massachusetts campus is one of the most beautiful small college campuses in New England. Located just seven miles outside of downtown Boston, Curry College features some outstanding facilities which include air conditioned dorms and a proper dining hall.Meet your coaching staff
A Tucson native and IRHS alumni, Coach Olivares was in the first graduating class in 2004. He was a two sport athlete and team co-captain for the football and baseball teams. In football he was 2004 Pre-Season All-State Safety and received All-City honors in 2003 and 2004. In baseball he was an All-City infielder in 2003 and 2004.
Coach Olivares received a baseball scholarship to Pima Community College and then transferred to Metropolitan State College in Denver, CO where he studied Sports Industry Operations.
His coaching career actually began in 2003 as a student athlete when he worked at IRHS camps. He continued after graduation during the 2005 & 2006 summers. Other coaching experience includes camps for Baja Baseball (’05 & ’06), Metro State College (’07, ’08, & ’09), and the University of Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne (2010-2013). He also coached the baseball and softball teams at Wilson Middle School. For the past four summers Coach Olivares has worked for Nike Baseball Camps in Boston, Mass. where he has served as an assistant coach. Coach Olivares also serves as one of the Dirtybirds coaches during the summer, fall and winter.
Camp Code: SBGROD
• Check in is located on campus
• Overnight Campers check in between 12pm-2pm
• Day Campers check in between 1:30pm-2:30pm
• Evaluations will take place at 3:00pm
• Overnight Campers will go back to their dorms to shower and get ready for dinner
• Day Campers go home
• All campers walk together to dinner at 5pm
• Overnight Camper Orientation at 6pm
• Ice Breakers with Counselors in the evening
Activities are not mandatory, and campers either choose to attend a few activities during the week, all activities, or no activities. Either way, for those campers who stay back: There will be plenty to do such as our ping pong room, watching movies, board games, card games, volleyball, and more. Counselors stay back to keep the appropriate ratios on the trip and back at the dorms!
2014 Schedule of Evening Activities
Softball campers receive 5 to 6 hours of daily instruction covering:
2. Infield Drills
3. Outfield Drills
4. Base Running
5. Game Play