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UTSA Athletics adds two softball summer camps to August schedule

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(July 22, 2014) -- The UTSA softball program has added two offensive and defensive summer camps to the schedule. Both will be Saturday, Aug. 16 at Roadrunner Field.

Both camps are for children ages 12-18, and the day will start with the offense session from noon to 2 p.m. In this session, campers will focus on hitting mechanics and techniques. Attendees will go through specific drills and learn how to properly hit different pitches.

The defensive session will be 2:30-4:30 p.m. and will include instruction and drills in the different positions.

The cost for each session is $100, or campers can attend both sessions for $175.


For more information or to register for either softball camp, visit the UTSA Athletics Softball Camps website.

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This story was republished courtesy of UTSA Athletics.




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