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Thread: 16u Texas Patriots Try-Out

Created on: 04/17/17 04:02 PM

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16u Texas Patriots Try-Out
04/17/17 4:02 PM

Texas Patriots will be hosting a tryout on Sunday April 30th at:
9765 Research Forest Dr, Magnolia, TX 77354 (Time will be announced well in advance before the April 30th date)

This is an open tryout for a competitive summer team coached by Nick Camp:

Nick Camp is coming to the Patriots after spending a year in Australia coaching baseball and developing players for college baseball in the U.S. Prior to departing for Australia Camp was an assistant coach at Ranger College that saw 4 of it’s teams sophomores move on to play baseball at the division 1 level. Camp worked primarily with outfielders and hitters, the Rangers finished the year with a .320 team batting average.

Prior to being at Ranger College, Coach Camp helped guide the Galveston Whitecaps to a 2014 Co-Conference Championship.Galveston finished with a 41-19, a mark Galveston hadn’t reached in over 10 years. The Whitecaps Finished a game shy of the JUCO World Series qualifier.

In 2013 Camp had the roll of an assistant at Lamar University, the Cardinals finished up with a 39-20 record coming up a game short of the Southland Conference Tournament Championship. Camp primarily worked with the Cardinal pitching staff that posted a 4.07 ER. The Cardinals had two players drafted after the 2013 season, one of which was a starting pitcher taken in the 13th round by the Royals. Nick started his coaching career at Central Methodist University, Camp helped the Eagles to the Championship Round of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in 30 years and improvements in all offensive categories, including a more than 30-point swinging batting average and a 40-run jump in production. Following the 2012 season, the Eagles took home the NAIA’s Five Star Champions of Character Team Award. The honor which is bestowed upon just one team per season recognizes those that demonstrate integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and leadership in every day situations. As a player, Camp played two seasons for The Whitecaps before transferring to Sam Houston State where he earned a Bachelors in Criminal Justice. Unfortunately, shoulder surgeries cut short his playing career. Camp is currently pursing his M.S. in Education. Camp is a native of Houston, TX.
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