Cost: Regular Registration
$150 (includes activities, lunch, individual evaluation, camp t-shirt, and awards)
*$80 nonrefundable deposit
**A 15% discount is available for any team of six or more athletes who preregister, as a team, by June 1, 2019,
Call Ticket Office if you qualify for the following:
Campers that bring a friend who is not on our camp mailing list will get $5 off the cost of the camp
The option is available to register for a single day or a morning/afternoon rather than the full week of camp. If choosing this option, please select the appropriate camp week/grade, then select either the full day, morning, or afternoon session registration price, and make sure to input the date attending under the additional registration questions.
$50 per full day
$25 per morning/afternoon
9 AM - 3 PM for full day camp
9 AM - noon for morning camp
Noon - 3 PM for afternoon camp
Reynolds Field on the University of Northwestern - St. Paul Campus
Director Dave Hieb
Dave Hieb is currently in his 30th year with the Northwestern baseball program, the last 24 as the University of Northwestern's head baseball coach. He has coached numerous NAIA and NCCAA All-Americans at Northwestern and has recorded 15 or more wins in five of the last seven years. Hieb has led and been a featured guest speaker at numerous youth camps and clinics throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin. He also works with the Minnesota Twins Summer Instructional Program, Twinsfest Instructional Clinics, and serves on the Woodbury Athletic Association Baseball Board.
Our camp staff features current and past players and coaches from Northwestern, as well as coaches from the Twin Cities area. All staff members are committed to giving each camper individual attention, focusing on the fundamentals of baseball and the Christian athlete. Each staff member brings a key area of expertise of the game to share with the campers.
- 9 am Campers Arrive & Prayer and Devotions
- 9 am Pitching/Defense
- 11:45 am Lunch (Included in price)
- 12:15 pm Hitting/Offense
- 3 pm Dismissal
- Tennis Shoes
- Sleeved T-shirt
- Protective cup
- Glove and/or catcher's mitt
- Players are allowed to bring their own bats and helmet
- Catchers are encouraged to bring their own equipment if it is available to them.
Each camper is responsible for her own insurance coverage.
- Campers should register based on the grade they are entering in fall 2019
- Players should bring their own water bottle and snack for break
- Campers should be in good physical condition in order to receive maximum benefit and to prevent injury due to fatigue.
- Campers should not bring valuables to camp
Directions and Contact Information
for directions to the University of Northwestern
Please call (651) 631-5219 for additional camp information