Campers will learn baseball techniques, fundamentals, and the qualities of a winning attitude while participating in fun and challenging drills and exercises. This event is for both beginner and advanced players. All players will receive a camp T-shirt. CAMP IS A BLAST!
LOCATION: Wong Stadium, Hilo, HI
AGES: Players 7 to 14 (boys and girls)
WHEN: April 29 Sunday 9:00am to 1:00pm (Rain or Shine)
BRING: Snacks, drinks, sun screen, a hat, comfortable baseball attire (including baseball pants), baseball gear, and a positive attitude.
PRICES: $60 (includes camp t-shirt)
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Kaha Wong, will be running and directing camp. Coach Wong is the owner of Big Island Baseball and has played collegiately at USC and reached the professional level of A+ with the Reno Silver Sox. He has developed and coached minor and major league players and has assisted many others in receiving baseball scholarships.
Coach Nate Trosky, owner & founder of Trosky Baseball, is employed by the Milwaukee Brewers, New Balance Area Code Baseball, Major League Baseball / BTS and serves as a private consultant for the German National team. He has served as a baseball clinician for numerous West-Coast colleges and universities (i.e. Stanford, USC, Cal Poly SLO, USF, USB, SCU, Sonoma State, Cal State Monterey Bay, and others). His coaching endeavors have taken him around the world to South Africa, Japan, Dominican Republic, China, Mexico, Hawaii, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Croatia, and the Czech Republic. Coach Trosky has coached in Europe professionally winning a National Championship and was named German coach of the year. He has coached with the South African, Croatian, and German National teams. Coach Trosky has been an assistant coach in 3 North American minor leagues (Northern, Western and North-East). At Hawaii Pacific University he received All-American, Mr. Hustle and Scholar Athlete awards. Coach Trosky holds a Masters Degree in Christian Leadership, Youth Family Development.
Success is defined by the effort put forth in preparation for competition, a winning attitude, and learning from victories and failures!