- 13, 2012
Bill Brown's Little League Camp II
Raymond H. "Hap" Spuhler Field, Virginia
Ages: 7-12 | Camp Times: 9:00am
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Bill Brown's Little League Camp at George Mason University is designed to provide players (ages 7-12) the opportunity to cover the basic fundamentals of baseball including but not limited to throwing, fielding ground balls, fielding fly balls, hitting, and overall team play.
Players from all ability levels are welcome. Campers divided by age and ability level.
We have assembled a veteran group of coaches experienced in camp instruction and dedicated to helping each and every camper become a better baseball player. The camp staff combines years of baseball experience and knowledge with the enthusiasm and desire to personally work with the camper.
Detailed Camp Description
Extended Activities is offered for the Little League camp sessions from 2:00pm- 4:00pm daily for an extra charge of $75 for the week. Activities include: Slip and slide sliding, obstacle courses, baseball Olympics, and daily wiffle ball games. Extended Activities is geared towards creating a fun environment in which players can continue to develop their skills.
Free t-shirt and other selected giveaways.
Games each day
The Bill Brown Baseball Camp is committed to hands-on approach with high participation for the camper. In order to provide the optimum learning and teaching atmosphere, our camper/staff ratio will not exceed 8-to-1.
What to bring
All little league campers should bring their own glove. Recommended items to bring include: baseball hat, batting gloves, bat, tennis shoes and a snack/lunch. Those enrolled in Extended Activities should also bring a swimsuit.
BILL BROWN BASEBALL CAMPS are designed to teach students solid fundamental baseball skills as well as to raise their level of understanding of the game of baseball. Our purpose is to provide each camper with the instruction and encouragement needed to develop individual skills to a greater level. In addition, we want the camper to be aware that individual skills are best utilized when they are incorporated into a team concept. We will emphasize how individuals work together on a field to form a baseball "team."
The Bill Brown Baseball Camp is proud to call Raymond H. "Hap" Spuhler Field our home. In addition to being the premier field in Northern Virginia, Spuhler Field is truly one of the finest on-campus baseball facilities in the country. The camp will make use of the meticulously cared for game field, adjacent auxiliary fields, the GMU softball field for Little League Camp, batting cages, slow toss and tee areas, bullpen mounds and other facilities for specialty instruction.
Camp Check-in Information
Please check in 30 minutes prior
to the start of the session. Adult supervision will be available at the
field 30 minutes before and after camp each day.
Directions to Camp
From the North/East
Merge onto I-495 W / CAPITAL BELTWAY via EXIT 27 toward SILVER SPRING (Crossing into VIRGINIA).
Merge onto I-66 W via EXIT 49 toward MANASSAS / FRONT ROYAL. Go 4.5 Miles
Take the VA-123 S exit- EXIT 60- toward FAIRFAX. Go 1.2 Miles
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto VA-123 S / CHAIN BRIDGE RD. Continue to follow VA-123 S. Go 2.0 Miles
Turn RIGHT onto UNIVERSITY DR.
The FIELDHOUSE and BASEBALL FIELD are on the LEFT.
From the West
Take 66 East to VA 123 S - EXIT 60 - toward Fairfax and follow the directions above
Meals / Snacks
Lunch is not provided at camp, but there will be an opportunity to purchase a boxed lunch from Brion's Grille for $8. We will take a late morning lunch break.
Questions regarding Bill Brown Baseball Camps at George Mason University? Please e-mail email@example.com or call 703-993-3659.
Bill Brown Baseball reserves the right to postpone any camp due to inclement weather or unforeseen scheduling conflicts. In the event of bad weather, campers are urged to call the hotline at (703) 993-3281 before leaving home. All changes in schedules will be announced at least one hour prior to camp start time. If camp is postponed, it will be made up at the earliest convenient day and time. If a make-up date is unavailable, credit in the amount equal to one day of the cost of the camp will be issued. This credit may be used for any future camp. Bill Brown Baseball will not be responsible for classes missed for personal reasons, and will not guarantee any make-up.
All requests for refunds or camp credit must be submitted to our office in writing in order to ensure processing. Cash refunds, less 20% handling, will be issued for cancellations up to one week before the start date of the enrolled session. Camp credit, valid for one calendar year, will be issued for cancellations less than one week before the start date of the enrolled session. Cash refunds will not be offered for cancellations less than one week before the start date of the enrolled session or during the session.
Information & Medical Release Form (attached)
Please fax or scan/email any forms to: Bill Brown Baseball Camps Attn Daniel Rollins 703-993-3591, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A package of supplemental medical insurance is provided by the camp and is included in the tuition fee.
Camp Hotel / Dorm Information
This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.