Campers that attend Coach Lopez's Academy will receive nationally renowned coaching and intensive instruction with an emphasis on hard work, hustle and FUN.
"It's good for the kids and for increasing awarness of baseball in the community," Lopez said.
Players of all ages and skills are invited to attend the first of two five-day camps in July. The instructors and counselors will provide hands-on instruction to help campers learn the fundamentals and techniques of baseball.
The High School All-Star camp from July 21-25 is reserved for the top prep players in the nation to come and compete with the best while improving their skills.
"It is a great way for the players to get some great instruction," Lopez said. "It also gives us a chance to evaluate players and to let players see what a great place the University of Arizona is."
Coach Lopez, the Arizona coaching staff, and a select group of instructors will help develop the All-Star campers' talents and provide a stage for them to demonstrate their skills. Over the past seven years, 21 All-Star campers have been offered Division I scholarships to play for Coach Lopez.
Open Session I............................July 7-11, 2002
SESSION 1-Registration now closed!
Open Session II...........................July 15-19, 2002
High School All-Star Camp.........July 21-25, 2002
Sessions I & II.......$250 Commuter/$350 resident
All-Star Camp......$350 Commuter/$450 Resident
TheAndy Lopez Baseball Academy will be held at Frank Sancet Field on the campus of the University of Arizona. Home of three-time national champion Arizona Wildcats, the beautiful facility provides an excellent environment for skill development, competition, and fun.
Overnight campers will be housed in the Coronado Dorms located just minutes away from Frank Sancet field. The camp rooms are air conditioned and conveniently located across from the Park Avenue dining hall and a short walk away from the Student Union.
For More Information, Please Contact:
Baseball Office at (520) 621-4714
ask for---Mark Wasikowski