Winter Baseball School for Ages 8-17
The second annual Warrior Athletics Winter Baseball School will begin on Thursday, November 1 for players ages 8-17. Under the supervision of Nyack College Head Baseball Coach, Jon Copeland, five sessions will be held on Thursday evenings in the Warrior Indoor Athletic Facility on the Rockland campus. Two sessions, limited to ten players in each group, are scheduled from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. The fee is $90 per player and includes video analysis of batting, throwing, and pitching performance.
With 19 years of coaching experience, including ten at the NCAA Division I & II collegiate level, Coach Copeland will offer a range of competitive baseball skills training, with the help of Warrior Assistant Baseball Coach, Christian Gutierrez, a former standout Warrior.
Registration is being held at the Nyack Warrior Baseball Office in the Fitness Center on the Rockland Campus. For more information, contact Coach Copeland at 845.675.4787 or at jon.Copeland@nyack.edu.
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