Nike Softball Camp Rockville Centre
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at Nike Softball Camps
Nike Softball Camps are thrilled to return to Long Island at the Bob Klein Softball Field in the Dean G. Skelos Sports Complex in Rockville Centre.
For years, the NIKE Softball Camps have offered its youth softball camp for girls on Long Island. This summer we offer two weeks of outstanding softball instruction lead by college coaches who hope to bring a whole new level of confidence and training to each and every player.
- Professional instruction from Coach Wohlbach and college-aged instructors
- Low Camper to Instructor Ratios
- Daily emphasis on fundamental development, team play and more
- Official Nike Softball Camp T-Shirt and Prizes!
- Nike Softball Camp Graduation Certificate
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Camp Director Jamie Wohlbach
Jaime Wohlbach enters her fourth season as head softball coach at East Stroudsburg University during the 2018-19 season.The Warriors have had seven All-PSAC East selections in Wohlbach’s first three years at ESU, including Mary Wallick (3B) and Kaitlyn Caleen (At-Large/C) in 2018. Wallick additionally became the first ESU player in six years to earn NFCA First Team All-Atlantic Region accolades as a junior in 2017.View Jamie's Bio ⟩
ESU has improved its PSAC East record by two games in each of the past two seasons. The Warriors have led the PSAC in stolen bases per game in all three seasons under Wohlbach, and the team’s .301 batting average in 2018 was the second highest single-season mark in program history.
In addition to her collegiate coaching, Wohlbach has maintained a strong presence internationally, serving as an assistant coach for Peru’s national team at the Women’s Softball World Championships and also leading a USA Northeast Region team at the U12 All-American Games in 2017 and 2018.
Wohlbach, formerly head coach at the University of Delaware for five years, arrived at ESU with eight years of collegiate head coaching experience, all at the Division I level.
Wohlbach was head coach at Delaware from 2011 through 2015, making three Colonial Athletic Association playoff appearances during that span. The Blue Hens won 35 games in 2013, second-most in program history, and made three straight postseason trips (2011-13) for the first time since 2002-04.
She was previously head coach at Iona from 2008-10, earning Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors in her final season after leading the Gaels to their first MAAC Championship title in 25 years. With the conference title, Iona advanced to the NCAA DI tournament for the first time in program history.
Wohlbach began her coaching career as a student assistant at Kutztown (2000-01), volunteer assistant at Muhlenberg (1999-01) and Lehigh (2001-02) and as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania (2002-03).
She served on the NCAA rules committee in 2013, and has been selected as a conference representative for the head coaches committee at both of her previous positions.
Since 2002, Wohlbach has run a national and international softball clinic, J9 Fastpitch Performance. The camps and clinics have included instruction in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium and Australia.
As a player, Wohlbach earned All-PSAC East honors at catcher in her junior and senior seasons at Kutztown, and she added All-Region recognition as a senior in 2000. She was a three-time team captain and Kutztown’s team MVP in 1999.
Professionally, she signed with the Tampa Bay FireStix in the former Women’s Professional Softball League for the 2001 season. She was selected in the fourth round of the December 2003 draft in the National Pro Fastpitch League by the California Sunbirds in Sacramento. She additionally played for the independent league Nebraska Comets and the NPF’s Philadelphia Force in 2006.
Wohlbach participated in tours in the Czech Republic, Great Britain and Italy, and played professionally in New Zealand in 2004 and 2005. She also competed on a world all-star select team which included players from the U.S., New Zealand, Australia, Japan and South Africa.
In 2004, Wohlbach played for the Great Britain National Team in Athens, Greece as a test run for the 2004 Athens Olympics. From 2001-04, she coached an 18-under USA All-Star team in Australia following the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She also played professionally in the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Switzerland, and coached a youth all-star team in Italy.
She appeared as a catcher for the USA Team in the 2010 movie “How Do You Know”, directed by James L. Brooks and starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson.
Wohlbach earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in Elementary Education and Special Education from Kutztown in 2000, and a Master’s degree in student affairs of higher education from Kutztown in 2002.
Head coaching career
2008 - Iona (13-32)
2009 - Iona (13-27)
2010 - Iona (28-26) - MAAC Champions, MAAC Coach of the Year
2011 - Delaware (21-34) - CAA Tournament
2012 - Delaware (15-41-1) - CAA Tournament
2013 - Delaware (35-22) - CAA Tournament
2014 - Delaware (23-25)
2015 - Delaware (21-15)
2016 - ESU (19-21)
This camp is for softball players of all abilities ages 7-18. 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
- July 15-18 (Monday-Thursday)
Please note: The following information may be subject to change.
2019 SESSION SCHEDULE
CAMP DATES: JULY 15-18 (mon-THURS)
- Check-in: 8:45-9:00 a.m. on Monday for all campers. See registration packet for specific location.
- Check-out: 3:00 p.m. on Thursday
- Day Camper Schedule: Monday-Thursday: 9:00-3:00 p.m.
What's included in the fee?
- Daily softball instruction
- Supervision: Staff members participate in all activities.
- Camp T-shirt: All campers receive a Nike Softball Camp t-shirt.
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 softball attire (softball pants recommended)
- Facility: Outdoor Fields.
- Medical Protocol: In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
Nike Softball 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.
Bob Klein Field
Klein Field is on Peninsula Boulevard – the Northern entrance to RVC, only about 300 yards from EXIT #19 on the Southern State Parkway. In addition to the NCAA spec FieldTurf and clay softball field, Klein has two (2) dual mound enclosed bullpens, a two (2) tunnel batting cage, and an FieldTurf “Munchkin Field” with 50 foot painted bases. Two (2) bathroom facilities.
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
August 05, 2018: The drills and competitions (e.g., figure 8, groundball, etc.) are some of the highlights of the camp experience!
— Lissette B. Parent
Fun skills are taught!
July 20, 2018: The pitching and the scrimmages really helped my daughter improve.
— Frank G. Parent
It was so much fun!
July 20, 2018: Riley loved all of the drills and was so excited to come home and tell me about the things that she had learned.
— Joseph R. Parent
It really helps build your skills!
July 20, 2018: My Daughter is new to softball and walked away with more confidence and improved her overall game.
— Jon F. Parent
July 20, 2018: My daughter had an amazing week. She had fun while working on skills and playing the game she loves.
— Melissa K. Parent
June 29, 2018: Coaches conducted an extremely skillful camp. Coaches interacted with all players equally and encouraged them to reach high potential. All drills conducted helped to improve my daughters skill level along with better knowledge of the game.
— Steve M. Parent
July 6, 2017: My daughter had a great time. The only reason why I didn't rank strongly agree for improving her skills as it's a bit too soon to tell. Her first game was 2 line drives and 2 2/3 hitless innings so she's off to a great start
— Steven B. Parent
The girls had a great
July 6, 2017: Working with college players on basic and some advanced skills was fun and helpful. Playing games that built skills was fun. Danielle was an excellent director. She planned and staffed well. The girls had a great time!
— Melissa K. Parent
July 5, 2017: Learning to hit, pitch and fielding. Refining how my daughter throws the ball.
— Gary F.
One on one coaching
July 5, 2017: Jamie Wohlbach and staff did a great job on teaching the correct fundamental of softball. Jamie took time one on one with my daughter to correct her swing. My daughter really enjoyed her time at camp.
— Kevin M. Parent
July 5, 2017: I loved the phase hitting and the competitions with prizes we did at camp. I also liked scrimmaging and doing the ice breakers. I really loved it! The coaches were really nice and the activities were so much fun!
— Lisa K. Parent
July 5, 2017: My camp experience was so amazing. I learned so much, and I was able to hit a fast pitcher. The coach's were so nice and encouraging. This camp improved a lot of my skills.
— Maureen R. Parent