BASEBALL

Cornell Prospect Identifier Camp

  • Dates: June 27-28, 2017
  • Ages: 14-19
  • Price: $430

For all players with aspirations to play baseball at the collegiate level. The camp will give participants an opportunity to hone their abilities in batting practice and fielding drills, as well as live games.

Each participant will receive video analysis from the coaching staff with recommended areas of improvement, as well as honest feedback about the player's potential to compete at the college level.

Lunch will be provided.

All sessions take place on Hoy Field, the home of Cornell Baseball.

PLEASE NOTE:

This is a non-residential camp, and all participants are responsible for their own lodging.

line-White.jpg

Cornell Prospect Instructional Camp

  • Dates: August 12-13, 2017

  • Ages: 14-19
  • Price: $430

For elite players with aspirations to play baseball at the collegiate level. This is a high intensity camp, where players will experience firsthand the atmosphere of a college level program.

This camp will focus heavily on instruction while giving the athletes an opportunity to hone their abilities in batting practice and fielding drills, as well as live games. Each participant will receive video analysis from the Cornell coaching staff with recommended areas of improvement, as well as honest feedback about the player's potential to compete at the college level.

Lunch will be provided.

All sessions take place on Hoy Field, the home of Cornell Baseball.

PLEASE NOTE:

This is a non-residential camp, and all participants are responsible for their own lodging.

image_handler.jpg

Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball               Dan Pepicelli

All camp sessions will be run by the Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball Dan Pepicelli.

Pepicelli was named the Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball on Aug. 10, 2015, after helping lead Clemson to the NCAA tournament in all six years as the program’s pitching coach and stints as head coach at St. John Fisher and Hartwick. He led the Big Red to a 14-24 record in his first season at the helm in 2016, helping Cornell to its first season sweep of Harvard since 1995 and impressive non-league series victories at Wofford and Bucknell.

Clemson’s record was 231-149 (.608) in Pepicelli’s six years with the program, including three seasons as the associate head coach, two more as the assistant head coach, and one as an assistant coach. He became the Tigers’ first pitching coach to lead a staff to the College World Series in his first season with the squad, then led the pitching staff to a season earned-run average below 4.00 for four consecutive seasons from 2011-14. He recruited and developed Matt Crownover, who earned freshman All-America accolades in 2013 and Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year honors in 2015. Pepicelli was instrumental in assembling Baseball America’s ninth-ranked 2015 recruiting class. Ten Clemson pitchers were selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft in Pepicelli’s tenure at Clemson.

By joining the Big Red, Pepicelli came home to upstate New York. He has 11 years of head coaching experience on the Division III level with St. John Fisher and Hartwick. After serving as an assistant coach for three seasons at Hartwick, Pepicelli was promoted to become the Hawks’ head coach for the 1999 and 2000 seasons. He then spent nine seasons as the head coach and assistant athletic director at Fisher. Pepicelli was named the Empire 8 Conference Coach of the Year in 2001 and 2007, the latter honor coming during a season that saw the Cardinals advance to the NCAA Division III College World Series for the first time in program history.

CONTACT US

  • camps@cornell.edu
  • Phone: 607-255-1200
  • Fax: 607-255-2213
  • 217A Bartels Hall
  • 554 Campus Rd
  • Ithaca, NY 14853

Powered by Payscape