Nike Baseball Camp Regis University
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Nike Baseball Camp at Regis University is known for its amazing environment, great instruction, and all around fun summer camp experience for kids! At camp all aspects of the game are covered and players walk away feeling confident.
Directed by Assistant Coach Nick Childs the NIKE Baseball Camp at Regis University has long been a favorite for youth baseball players in the Denver area and throughout the state of Colorado. This camp sells out early so we recommend you reserve your spot as soon as possible!
- Professional instruction from college coaches and college-aged instructors
- 10:1 camper/staff ratio
- Multi-level ability grouping
- Discussion topics: preparing for college baseball and personal goal setting
- Nike Camp T-shirt, Lanyard and Nike Prizes
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Camp Director Nick Childs
Nick Childs enters into his first season in 2017 as assistant baseball coach of the Ranger baseball program. He began his duties in October 2016...View Nick Childs's Bio ⟩
Childs spent the past year at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma serving as the program pitching coach. Childs also worked as the camp director, outfielders coach and first-base coach during his time at USAO. As the pitching coach, Childs helped the pitching staff to lead the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in Strikeouts (603) and opponent batting average (.209). The staff also ranked second in the NAIA with a 2.56 ERA.
The pitching staff also featured a 7th round draft pick and free agent signee who were both All-Americans. In the one year Childs spent at USAO, they set a record for wins in a season, won the first conference championship in school history, and qualified for the NAIA World Series for the first time in school history
Prior to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Childs assumed the graduate assistant role for the baseball team at the University of Northern Colorado where he earned his Master’s degree in Sports Administration.
In the summer of 2016 Childs served as the head coach for the Brighton Generals, a member of the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League (MHCBL). The previous year, Childs was the pitching coach for the Greeley Grays, another member of the MHCBL.
From 2011-14 Childs was a part of the Colorado State University coaching staff assuming the role of pitching coach from 2011-13, and then taking over as the head coach in 2013-14. As the head coach, Childs led the team to a 41-30 record, a regional championship and an appearance in the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) World Series.
Childs is a Colorado native, originally from Cherry Creek. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism and Technical Communication, concentration in news/editorial from Colorado State University in 2011, furthering his education at the University of Northern Colorado where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Sports Administration.
Coach Mike Sirianni
Mike Sirianni enters into his first season in 2017 as head coach of the Ranger baseball program. He began his duties in September 2016. Sirianni spent the last three seasons as a volunteer assistantView Mike Sirianni's Bio ⟩
Mike Sirianni enters into his first season in 2017 as head coach of the Ranger baseball program. He began his duties in September 2016.
Sirianni spent the last three seasons as a volunteer assistant coach at Wichita State and prior to that spent three years as the head assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Newman University. While at Newman, Sirianni was responsible for the coaching of all position players, running the offense, coaching third base, developing scouting reports and field care and preparation.
In addition, Sirianni helped lead Newman to a conference championship two of the three seasons, including the Jets highest conference finish in school history. The offense, under Sirianni's guidance, broke several school records as the team produced the program's best finish.
During his time at NU, Sirianni recruited and coached six Gold Glove winners, 14 all-conference position players and a Heartland Conference Freshman of the Year.
During the summers of 2009, 2010 and 2011, he was head coach of the Jonesboro Ricemen, an American Legion team that won an Arkansas State Legion Championship in his first year. Throughout his time with the Ricemen, Sirianni led the team to four conference championships and assisted in 19 players moving on to play college baseball.
From 2007-11, Sirianni served as an associate scout for the Cleveland Indians assisting in the drafting of seven players. In 2008, he was an assistant coach at Iowa Western Community College where he was in charge of the development of infielders and hitters while assisting in all aspects of recruiting.
Sirianni is a native of Indianola, Iowa and earned a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies from Arkansas State in 2006. During his time at ASU, Sirianni was a two-year starter setting the single-season record for most runs scored in 2004. Prior to Arkansas State, he was a two-year starter for Creighton University from 2002-03.
Mike's wife's name is Mandy.
Coach Drew LaComb
LaComb enters his first season as the graduate assistant baseball coach for the Ranger Baseball program. LaComb spent two years as a member of the baseball team in 2014-2016 and has a career battingView Drew LaComb's Bio ⟩
LaComb enters his first season as the graduate assistant baseball coach for the Ranger Baseball program. LaComb spent two years as a member of the baseball team in 2014-2016 and has a career batting average of .361 which ranks 18th all-time in Regis history.
Prior to his time at RU, LaComb spent two seasons at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz. He was named captain of the MCC team that won NJCAA Division II National title in 2014 with a 52-13 record.
Lacomb is originally from Las Vegas, Nevada and is the son of Deb and Rene LaComb, he has one brother, Chase, who was an All-America performer at RMAC foe CSU-Pueblo from 2009-13.
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Check-in takes place Sunday at 4 pm at the dorms.
There will be a brief award ceremony at 4:00 pm. Camp concludes on Wednesday at 4:30 pm.
Includes all baseball and night activities, all meals from dinner on Sunday to breakfast on Wednesday, and double room occupancy in the dorms.
EXTENDED DAY CAMP
Includes all baseball and night activities, dinner on Sunday, lunch and dinner Monday-Tuesday and lunch on Wednesday. Extended day campers will be picked up at 9:00 pm each day aside from Wednesday when camp ends at 4:30 pm.
A detailed camper registration packet containing the 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 US Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:00 a.m. Wake-up, breakfast (Overnight Campers)
- 8:45 a.m. Arrival (Extended Day Campers), stretching
- 9:00 a.m. Individual instruction and drill work
- 11:30 a.m. Lunch, free time
- 1:00 p.m. Fundamental instruction and drills, position play
- 4:30 p.m. Free time, relax, visit with friends
- 5:00 p.m. Dinner
- 6:15 p.m. Games
- 8:30 p.m. Chalk talks, Evening activities
- 9:00 p.m. Extended Day Campers Depart
- 10:00 p.m. Lights Out!
Regis University is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), which has 15 schools (soon to be 16) - 10 in Colorado, 1 in Nebraska, 2 in South Dakota, 1 in Utah (soon to be 2) and 1 in New Mexico. Regis itself has 12 programs 5 men and 7 women who strive for excellence in competition in the classroom and in the Denver community.
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Best experience of the summer
July 19, 2017: Our son has deemed the 4 days at baseball camp the best experience of his summer!! He thoroughly enjoyed everything about the camp - from working on hitting, pitching and base running to eating in the dining hall. And he even got instruction on playing catcher, which none of his little league teams ever have time to work on. He absolutely loved it and will be back for sure! Please, please, please keep this as an all-day/overnight camp. A 1/2 day camp option doesn't work for working families and the overnight experience is extremely valuable for the campers too. There are so few baseball camp options in the Denver area too, so you definitely are filling a niche. We just wish it was longer. A full week of baseball camp would be absolutely amazing.
— Lisa O. Parent
July 18, 2017: My best experience at camp was the baseball skills.
— Karla T. Parent
Glad to have it back
July 17, 2017: We were SO glad to have the camp back at Regis this year! (Pueblo is too far for us to drive). My son really liked the new coaching staff, and REALLY appreciated the organized evening activities. (In previous years, he said this camp had too much free time at night, and some of the kids got in trouble because they were bored and running around doing things they weren't supposed to do.) Of his 3 times attending this camp, he said this year was the BEST! My son loves this camp, has invited different friends as roommates, and asks for this experience as his birthday present every year. He cannot WAIT for next year! (Please have it at Regis again :)
— Wendy G. Parent
Good balance between learning and playing
July 15, 2017: I liked the skills in the morning and then playing games in the afternoon. It was a good balance between learning and playing.
— Kirk S. Parent
learning new skills
July 15, 2017: Learning how to funnel a ground ball smoothly and dorm rooms
— Debbie G. Parent
July 14, 2017: Our son had a great time! When I went to pick him up on the final day he asked if we could stay and play more baseball because he was having so much fun.
— Jenna R. Parent
July 14, 2017: Great drills and skill building
— Heather B. Parent
July 14, 2017: Confidence was built up by hitting some singers, and Ty really enjoyed the scrimmages. Dorm life experience was fun too. Perhaps a bit more free time to relax
— Kerri & Steve J. Parents
My son used the tools he learned
"Very good experience. My son learned a lot and had fun doing it. He had a game the following day and used the tools he learned."
My son is excited to teach his teammates some of the things he learned
"My son loved baseball camp. The coaches were great and he met a lot of new friends. He is excited to teach his teammates some of the things he learned next season."
We Have Three Boys And Will Definitely Be Returning!
"My child was one of the younger kids and we were SO impressed with the way the instructors encouraged them and also encouraged the older kids to show good sportsmanship toward the younger ones. The camp was WONDERFUL. We are locals but I can't imagine sending my son to any other big campus camp that would measure up to this one! We have three young boys and will definitely be returning customers!!!"
Better Appreciation for the Game
"They helped my son to appreciate the game of baseball on and off the field. I would highly recommend this camp to other ball players. I look forward to my son attending the camp next year with his little brother."
Genuine, Knowledgeable Coaches
"My coach surpassed my expectations as a coach and as a person. He is very genuine and knowledgeable about the sport of baseball."
— Overnight Camper
NIKE Baseball Camp is Awesome!
"I really loved this camp. It was awesome. I made friends, had lots of fun, and learned so much. My high school coach tells me that my game has improved tremendously. Thank you all so much."
— Day Camper
Quality Individual Attention
"I was impressed that the coaches worked with us individually. At other camps it was almost always as a group. They covered everything about baseball and even introduced me to some new strength training exercises. I enjoyed the camp very much."
— Overnight Camper
This was my son's second year in the camp and it has been a tremendous experience for him both years! I would highly recommend this camp to any parent looking to foster a love of the game in their child.