August 9, 2011
TTU baseball staff to host annual Golden Eagle Elite Baseball Camp
Click here to download flyer for 2011 Elite Camp
COOKEVILLE, Tenn. -- Over the next few weeks, Tennessee
Tech’s baseball staff will host the Golden Eagle Elite
Baseball Camp, a pair one-day event that is designed for the
serious ball player between the ages of 16 and 18.
This year’s options for camp dates fall on Sept. 11 and
Sept. 24 -- and will run from 10 a.m. to approximately 5 p.m.
Held at the Howell W. Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express
Baseball Complex on campus, camp participants will participate in
drills and games led by the TTU coaching staff and discuss topics
such as NCAA Division I recruiting rules and college baseball in
Additionally, they will enjoy a tour of the Tennessee Tech
campus and athletic facilities as the baseball program continues to
build their “tradition of excellence.”
“Our goal of this camp is simply to stress the
fundamentals of baseball, and to help each player in different
phases of the game,” said head coach Matt Bragga. “We
will also stress the importance of positive mental and emotional
attitudes, which are not only beneficial to athletes, but are
conducive to success in all walks of life.”
Space is limited, so interested players are encouraged to
enroll quickly. The cost of the camp is $70, which covers the use
of athletic equipment and facilities, lunch and insurance.
For further camp information, contact coach Donnie Suttles at
(931) 372-6546 or coach Larry Bragga at (931) 372-3853.
This camp is owned by the Tennessee Tech Athletics Association
and is operated by coaches of Tennessee Tech. Although the camp may
be held on the campus of Tennessee Tech, it is not owned or
operated by the University.