Linfield Sponsored Camps and Conferences
Wildcat All-Skills Baseball Day Camp
Prices: TBA, $50 non-refund deposit
Each camper will receive personalized instruction and a camp T-shirt.
The camp is designed for grades 2 through 12.
Due to limited space, the camp is open to the first 50 campers per session who sign up.
Linfield College Baseball All-Skills Camp is designed to provide exceptional instruction on all aspects of the game. The emphasis of the camp will be dedicated to teaching techniques on hitting, fielding, and pitching.
Linfield has a history of success. In the last 25 years Linfield has finished first in the Northwest Conference 12 times. Most recently in 2008 Linfield mad it to the Division III College World Series finishing 5th in the Nation.
Scott Brosius Head Baseball Coach
Scott Brosius was a natural choice to succeed retiring coach Scott Carnahan, having served under Carnahan on the baseball coaching staff for five seasons.
Brosius left Linfield following his junior year after being selected by Oakland in the 20th round of the 1987 amateur draft. He returned to Linfield and completed a bachelor's degree in business in 2002.
In three seasons at Linfield, he hit .332 with 14 home runs and 77 runs batted in. During his junior season in 1987, he hit .348 and set Linfield single-season records for most at-bats, hits, and RBI. He received recognition on the NAIA all-Area, all-District and all-Northwest Conference teams, and was an honorable mention NAIA All-American.
Brosius spent a total of 11 seasons int eh major leagues with Oakland and New York. He won three world series titles with the Yankees in 1998, 1999, and 2000. Brosius was a golden glove award recipient, was named Most Valuable Player of the 1998 world Series, and played in the 1998 All-Star Game.
8:45 a.m. for grades 9-12
12:45 p.m. for grades 2-8
Please meet out on July 13th at the Linfield Baseball Field
Campers need to register by mail by July 9th. Please send check made out to Linfield College Baseball and include with registration information. All campers MUST have a parents sign a waiver of liability which needs to be turned in before they may participate in the camp.
Linfield College is proud of its facilities. The transformation of Linfield's baseball facility began in the late 1980's. Roy Helser Field, together with Jim Wright Stadium, has developed from a below-average facility to a jewel among northwest small colleges. The most recent project, completed in 2008, involved covering the infield with FieldTurf. Drainages was improved and construction of covered, enclosed batting cages on the venue site was undertaken.