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Improve Your Skills And Have Fun at Cal Baseball Camp

Come join the winning tradition of the California Golden Bears Baseball Program by attending one of their outstanding camps. The goal at every Cal Baseball Camp is for every camper to take their game to the next level and create lasting friendships while having a good time.

Cal Baseball Camps provide a unique experience for campers that includes an educational and fun-filled baseball experience at a historic baseball venue with Pac-12 baseball coaches. Camp Director, Michael Neu will lead camp at Evans Diamond, home of Golden Bears Baseball.

All Cal Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend you choose a camp that fits your level of development. All events are subject to change based on NCAA and Covid-19 restrictions. Due to high demand and limited capacity, prices are subject to increase as camp exceeds 25%/50%/75% capacity.

Highlights Include
  • Professional Instruction by the California Golden Bears Staff
  • Individual and Group Instruction by Position
  • Daily Scrimmaging
  • CAL Camp T-Shirt and Prizes
  • Extended Care is available after the "Full Day Program"
  • Speed, Agility and Quickness Sessions Offer (Advanced Camp)
  • College Style Workouts (Advanced Camp)
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Camp Coaches

  • Mike Neu

    Camp Director Michael Neu

    California baseball called on a familiar face to write its next chapter as former Golden Bear pitching coach and major league pitcher Mike Neu agreed on July 5, 2017 to become the 11th head coach in program history.

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  • Noah Jackson

    Assistant Coach Noah Jackson

    A proven leader and recruiter, Noah Jackson is in his sixth overall season on Mike Neu's baseball staff at California and his first as the program's associate head coach in 2023. Jackson, a 2003 graduate of Cal, was promoted to associate head coach on Aug. 8, 2022, and serves as the Golden Bears' recruiting coordinator while overseeing the team's hitters and outfielders.

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  • Chad Highberger

    Assistant Coach Chad Highberger

    Chad Highberger enters his fourth year on the Golden Bears Baseball Coaching staff. 2024 will mark his first as a full-time assistant coach after being promoted from the position of volunteer assistant coach he held for the previous three seasons.

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  • Assistant Coach Chris Bodishbaugh

    Chris Bodishbaugh, an East Bay native, is entering his second year with the Bears and his first as pitching coach. He was named the team's new pitching coach on August 3, 2023. Last season, he served as the team's director of player development, where he oversaw the team's analytics and supported the Cal coaching staff – specifically head coach Mike Neu.

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Camp Details

Please note: The following information may be subject to change.



The Cal Baseball Program offers a variety of camps and clinics during the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Games Camps, Identification Camps, Skills Camps, and Specialty Hitting and Catching programs are offered for a variety of ages. Dates and hours of camp are posted on a continual basis, so check back frequently to see the latest offerings!


  • Dates: October 17, 2023 | October 24, 2023
  • Age Group: 10-17
  • Schedule: Tuesday. 5:30 pm-7:00 pm


  • Dates: November 20-22, 2023
  • Age Group: 8-13
  • Schedule: Monday- Wednesday. 9:00 am-12:00 pm (12:00-1:30pm Aftercare-$60 for the 3 days)


  • Dates: December 26-28, 2023 | January 2-4, 2024
  • Age Group: 8-13
  • Schedule: Tuesday-Thursday. 9:00 am-12:00 pm (12:00-1:30pm Aftercare-$60 for the 3 days)


  • Dates: January 13, 2024 | January 20, 2024 | January 27, 2024
  • Age Group: 13-18
  • Schedule: Saturdays. 9:00 am - 11:00 am


  • Dates: October 14, 2023 | November 04, 2023
  • Age Group: 13-18
  • Schedule: Saturday. 10:00am-12:30pm| 2:00pm-4:30pm

Parking Suggestion: Oxford Garage (2165 Kittredge St, Berkeley, CA 94704)

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Baseball Games/Combo

The Cal Baseball Games/Combo Camp is an All Skills Camp which covers the basic fundamentals of the game in the morning and games in the afternoon each day. Instruction will cover the fundamentals of Infield play, Throwing, Base running, Outfield Play, Hitting and Pitching. In addition to skill and drill stations, the campers will also have the opportunity to play games which will emphasize the skills taught earlier in camp. Cal Baseball believes in a combination of serious skill development as well as drills devised to enjoy the game and enjoy the process of getting better. Campers will be broken up into drills and teams based on AGE (not ability level). Teams for any game play will change throughout the week.

***Schedule will alternate daily so the half day campers receive equal Skill/Drill and Skill/Game sessions

Baseball Games Camp

The always popular Games Camp will include game play both in the morning and in the afternoon. Campers will be divided by age and placed on teams to compete. Cal Baseball believes that this low pressure atmosphere with an emphasis on game play is important for learning. This camp is popular for those looking to learn by continuous play. Campers could play as many as 4 or 5 games per day. This fun environment provides opportunities to improve game speed skills and practice game situations. Teams will be changed daily and from morning to afternoon. Coaches will allow campers to team with a maximum number of friends as well.

The Cal coaching staff hopes that in addition to developing baseball skills the campers continue to develop a love for the game.

In order to offer breaks, there may also be hitting stations in the batting cages or video breaks.

Advanced Baseball Development Camp (Ages 13-16)

This camp is perfect for players in this age group that looking to improve and advance their game as they look to compete in high school. This camp has been especially valuable for those players transitioning to the 90 ft diamond. The atmosphere is station and drill oriented in addition to controlled scrimmages. Players will be run through position specific drills and a hitting circuit in the morning. The afternoon will include a drill circuit and controlled scrimmage.

The optional Speed and Agility Program is offered for the Advance Camp Only and runs from 3:30pm-5:00pm each day. The cost for this program is $65 for the week.

Premier Prospect Camp (Ages 14-20)

This camp is designed to give prospects the opportunity to show off their skills in all areas of the game to Cal staff and to be coached and evaluated at the same time. Campers will receive exposure to the Cal baseball culture and philosophy, be coached by Cal staff and personnel in all areas of the game, and also have the opportunity to play in games and compete with other prospects on the same field that the Golden Bears compete on. Campers will receive a Cal Baseball t-shirt.

Mini Camp (Ages 14-20)

This camp is designed to give prospects the opportunity to show off their skills in all areas of the game to Cal staff and be evaluated at the same time. Participants will receive exposure to the Cal baseball culture and philosophy, be coached by Cal staff, and compete with other prospects on the same field that the Golden Bears compete on.


A detailed camper information packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact numbers, and a checklist of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. The USSC/Cal Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature, and they will be available to complete online.


Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.

  • Small gym bag/backpack

  • Athletic clothing: t-shirt, shorts, baseball pants (recommended)

  • Warm-up jacket

  • Hat

  • Cleats & sneakers

  • Baseball glove

  • Baseball bat

  • Helmet

  • Catchers gear (if applicable)

  • Sunscreen

  • Water bottle

  • Packed lunch and snacks

Skills/Games Combo Camp Sample Schedule
  • 9:00am Coach’s Address
  • 9:20am Stretch
  • 9:30am-12:00am Morning Stations - May include, Infield, Throwing, Base running, Outfield, Hitting, Pitching
  • 12:00pm End of session remarks and Half Day Dismissal
  • 12:15pm-12:45pm Lunch & Afternoon Check In
  • 12:45pm Coach’s Afternoon Address and Stretch
  • 1:15pm-4:00pm Game Play
  • 4:00pm Final Remarks and Dismissal
  • 4:00pm-5:30pm Extended Care (optional)
Advanced Baseball Development Camp Sample Schedule
  • 9:00am Coaches Address
  • 9:15am Stretch
  • 9:30am-10:30am Position Defense (players may change daily)
  • 10:30am-12:00pm Hitting Circuit
  • 12:00pm-12:30pm Lunch (Players bring their own Lunch)
  • 12:30pm-12:45pm Coach’s Afternoon Address
  • 12:45pm-1:00pm Stretch
  • 1:00pm-3:30pm Drill and Controlled scrimmage Circuit


Evans Diamond has served as home for the Golden Bear baseball team since 1933.

Fans enjoyed changes in Evans Diamond in 2006, as construction was completed on the Carl J. Van Heuit Training Facility, a new patio area and grass bank was situated along the left field line, plus artwork, sponsored by Truitt and White, now graces the back of Edwards Track Stadium and the Recreational Sports Facility.

Evans Diamond's received a field facelift in the fall of 1992 at a cost of $275,000, which was completely paid for by Cal alums. RNT Landscaping of San Leandro, Calif. completed the renovation of the Evans Diamond playing surface, which included leveling the field, installing a new drainage system, replacing both the infield and outfield grass and placing a warning track around the entire field.

The playing surface at Evans Diamond features natural grass, along with a mixture of clay and crushed cinder infield surface. The outfield measurements at Evans are 320 feet down the lines, 365 to the power alleys and 395 to center field. The seating capacity is 2,500.

Evans Diamond is located on the southwest corner of campus, between Edwards/Goldman Field Track Stadium, Haas Pavilion and the Recreational Sports Facility. The easiest access to the field is off Cross Campus Road (Frank Schlessinger Way), which intersects Oxford Avenue near the north end of the track stadium.

Camp Reviews

Overall Average Rating 5.00 / 5 Stars
    • 5/5.

    June 18, 2022: That each age group had its space and the staff really worked with the boys to have a positive experience!

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 18, 2023: My son loved it and it deepened his love of the game.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 20, 2022: Getting to talk with players/coaches and the awesome facility made for a terrific week.

    — Anonymous

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    • 5/5.

    July 10, 2023: The camp was very well organized and seemed very professional.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 9, 2022: Playing a simulated and real game in front of the head coach for Cal was priceless.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 9, 2023: Loved the meeting at the end and the encouragement the coaches gave to the players.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 18, 2022: The facilities and memorable moments my child experienced due to the incredible staff.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 16, 2023: My son meeting new friends and coming home each day with a smile on his face. Thank you!

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 25, 2022: My son loved everything about it! He came home with new skills and more passion for the sport.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 22, 2022: My son loved the new skills & drills as well as playing the scrimmage games & being on a college campus.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 17, 2023: My son said the highlight of the camp was being around college coaches and players all day. Also the tour of the campus was cool.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    August 15, 2023: My kid loves this camp. He said the coaches are super professional and staffs are super friendly, and the facilities are super nice!

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 29, 2023: My son loved it and enjoyed being able to be in a group with his buddies but he said he would enjoy it even if he wasn't with buddies.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 24, 2023: The camp counselors went out of their way to make my kid feel welcome. Their support of her made the camp an incredibly special experience.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 9, 2023: The highlight was the rotations we had during the scrimmage. Everyone has something to do and all the stations helped the players get better at something.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    July 22, 2022: My sons highlight were the extrema pickle and the HR derby. For me as the parent that stayed and watched was it was well organized and had stations so everybody had multiple chances at a particular station.

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    May 22, 2023: My son is a freshman in high school and it was his first prospect camp. He was impressed by everything from the stadium to his follow athletes, but he was encouraged by the pitching feedback he received and inspired to continue his work

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.

    June 17, 2022: We joined camp during our trip from Hawaii and it was such a fun experience. Everyone was super nice, the coaches were organized and took time to know the kids and seemed like they really enjoyed what they were doing; the rotation from each drill and practice area kept things fresh and not boring for the kids. A short break to watch a movie/bloopers relating to baseball also was a nice break also! Porter had a blast and we will be coming back next year and will highly recommend to our friends and family. Thank you!

    — Anonymous

    • 5/5.
    We’d definitely recommend the camp

    — Anonymous

Cal Baseball Camps

Michael Neu, Camp Director
115 Haas Pavilion
Berkeley, California 94720
Questions? Call 1-800-645-3226
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm PST


Last year over 650 Sports Camps sold out, leaving 7,000+ campers on the waitlist. Due to high demand, early registration for our first-come-first-serve camps is strongly recommended.

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