Nike Baseball Camp Endicott College
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Join us at the beautiful Endicott College campus this summer and receive high-level instruction from the Gulls coaching staff. Campers will train in all areas of the game - hitting, fielding, base running, and team play. Join the fun and take your game to the next level!
Directing the program is Harry Oringer, Assistant Coach at Endicott College.
- Professional instruction from college coaches and college-aged instructors
- Excellent residential, dining and training facilities
- Low camper/staff ratio
- Multi-level ability grouping
- Daily emphasis on fundamental development, team play and more
- Discussion topics: preparing for college baseball and personal goal setting
- Official Nike Camp T-Shirt and prizes!
- Nike Baseball Camp Graduation Certificate
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Camp Director Harry Oringer
Harry Oringer enters his second season as an assistant coach with the program in 2017-18.View Harry's Bio & Baseball Tips ⟩
Prior to his assistant coaching stint with the Gulls in 2016, Oringer served as an assistant coach at NCAA Division I Bucknell University during the 2017 season. While at Bucknell, Oringer worked with infielders and hitters, coach first base during games, was responsible for scouting reports and defensive alignment strategies, and recruited on a national scale.
Before joining the coaching ranks, Oringer played two seasons in Sydney, Australia, in the New South Wales Baseball League. As a member of the Ryde Hawks, he played second base and competed against the Australian World Baseball Classic National Team.
As a student-athlete at Endicott, Oringer was a standout player for the Gulls during his collegiate days and was a three-time Commonwealth Coast Conference All-Conference (CCC) honoree. He was named a D3Baseball.com Second Team All-American as a junior and received D3Baseball.com Preseason First Team All-America recognition entering his senior year. As a senior, he was named Endicott’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Upon graduating, he ranked first all-time in games played, assists, and double plays turned, while ranking second in runs scored and walks, fourth in hits, total bases and stolen bases, fifth in RBI, sixth in on-base percentage and ninth in doubles.
Oringer graduated from Endicott College in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a concentration in exercise science. He also was a member of the Phi Epsilon Kappa Exercise Science Honors Fraternity, a member of the Physical Education Club, and earned multiple Dean's List honors.
Baseball Tips by Harry:
This camp is for baseball players of all abilities ages 9-18. Instruction will focus primarily on hitting, specific position fielding, base-running, and game situations. In addition, pitchers will have the opportunity to work with pitching instructors. See "More Camp Details" for further information.
2019 Camp Dates
- August 6-9 (Tuesday-Friday)
- Camp concludes Friday night after dinner and final games under the lights!
Please note: The following information may be subject to change.
2019 SESSION SCHEDULE
CAMP DATES: August 6-9 (Tuesday-Friday)
- Check-in: 1:00-2:00 p.m. on Tuesday for all campers. See registration packet for specific location.
- Check-out: Graduation takes place at 8:00 p.m. on Friday. Parents are invited to attend the final games under the lights! Check out will take place immediately after.
- Day Camper Schedule: Tuesday: 1:00-9:00 p.m., Wednesday-Thursday: 8:45-4:00 p.m., Friday: 8:45-8:00 p.m.
What's included in the fee?
- Daily baseball instruction
- Overnight campers: Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided.
- Day campers: Dinner Tuesday Night, Lunch Wednesday and Thursday, and Lunch and Dinner Friday.
- Supervision: Staff members reside in rooms strategically placed throughout the dorm to provide optimal supervision, and participate in all activities.
- Camp T-shirt & Nike Lanyard: All campers receive a Nike Baseball Camp t-shirt and Nike Lanyard.
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT & FACILITY
- Low camper to coach ratio
- Players Grouped by: age and ability
- Equipment Needed: Players should supply their own glove, cleats, bat and a helmet and wear baseball attire (baseball pants recommended)
- Facility: Outdoor Fields. Indoor facilities available during inclement weather conditions.
- Medical Protocol: In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
- Dorm: See registration packet for specific on-campus dorm.
- Campers Per Room: 2 (unless otherwise noted in registration packet)
- Roommates: Rooms are assigned by age & roommate requests. Roommate requests must be received no later than 14 days before the start of camp. If you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!
- Linens: Not included. Bring linens or sleeping bag, pillow, pillowcase, and a towel.
- Air Conditioning: No, campers are encouraged to bring a fan.
Nike Baseball Camps does not provide transportation from airports, train stations or bus depots. If you have a child flying to camp, please arrange a shuttle or taxi service.
If you have a group of campers registering for the same camp, each camper is eligible for a discount. Please have someone contact the US Sports Camps office at 1-800-645-3226 with the names of each camper in the group and we will create a unique discount code for your group. Campers may then register individually through the website at their convenience and apply the offer code during check out. *Discount amount varies by program. Please call for details.
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. Our health and release forms may require a doctor's signature (please reference your camp packet). All required forms will be collected on the first day of camp.
Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:00 a.m. Wake-up, breakfast (Overnight Campers)
- 8:45 a.m. Arrival at the field (Day Campers), stretching
- 9:00 a.m. Individual instruction and drill work
- 11:30 a.m. Lunch, free time
- 1:00 p.m. Position play and Games
- 4:00 p.m. Day Campers Depart, Free time, visit with friends
- 5:00 p.m. Dinner
- 6:15 p.m. Chalk Talks, Free Time
- 8:30 p.m. Evening Activities
- 10:00 p.m. Lights Out!
Surrounded by a picturesque New England landscape, North Field is the home of Endicott’s baseball and field hockey teams for competition and practice while all varsity programs have access to the field for practice. Endicott's intramural sports also use the North Field.
North Field is a artificial turf surfaced field that is equipped with an electronic scoreboard and lighting which allows for night competition. The facility has seating for 415 patrons and can accommodate up to 600 spectators.
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
Returning camper no doubt!
August 31, 2018: My son was a bit reluctant at drop off on the first day of camp. However, when we arrived at the end of day one, he was very pleased with his experience. He did not sleep over, but wishes he did. Next year he would like to attend the camp and wants to sleep over. He also told a bunch of his baseball friends about how "cool" the camp was. The coaches were excellent. My son connected with them and looked forward to their input and feedback about his skills. He also loved being on Endicott's beautiful campus. Playing on a college field was a great experience.
— Lisa M. Parent
Great staff, highly recommend
August 13, 2018: My son had such a great time. Wish the program was a few days longer or a full week. Staff was great, professional and very organized! They seemed like they wanted to be there and was excited to be there coaching the kids! Would highly recommend and we look forward to coming back next year!
— Ellen Parent
It was so much fun!
August 09, 2018: I enjoyed all of it. But if I had to pick a couple things it would be the live scrimmages and developing my skills in the field.
— Ben Gillis Camper
He had a great time!
August 09, 2018: Brendan enjoyed scrimmaging and capture the flag on the last day. He wasn't too keen on going to camp at all, but he really enjoyed the experience!
— Kevin S. Parent
August 09, 2018: Riley loved the experience!
— Laura C. Parent
Lots of fun!!
August 09, 2018: Jack loved the camp. Said it helped him improve. He wants to go back next year and maybe sleep over.
— Michelle H. Parent