This represents the most up-to-date list of committed college coaches for 2013. We do not list uncommitted coaches.
|Boston College||Greg Sullivan|
|Case Western||Matt Englander|
|Chicago (U. of)||Brian Baldea|
|Dartmouth||Jonathan Anderson or Evan Wells|
|Denison||Mike Deegan & Ryne Romick|
|Franklin & Marshall||Adam Taylor & Ryan Horning|
|George Washington U.||Dave Lorber|
|Georgia State||Edwin Thompson|
|Grinnell||Tim Hollibaugh & Ben Cooprider|
|Holy Cross||Greg DiCenzo|
|Johns Hopkins||Matt Righter|
|Kenyon||Matt Burdette, Tyler Wood & Steve Gruenberg|
|Lafayette||Ian Law & Brandt Godshalk|
|Princeton||Hank Coogan & Lloyd Brewer|
|Rose Hulman||Jeff Jenkins|
|Virginia (U. of)||Jason Laws|
|Washington & Lee||Brian Smith|
|Washington U. (MO)||Steve Duncan & Nick Mahrt|
|William & Mary||Coach TBA|
|Wooster (College of)||Barry Craddock|
August 1-2, 2013
350 County Road 101
Yaphank, NY 11980
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Traveling From The West
For those flying, Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) is the most convenient airport (about 20 minutes from Baseball Heaven) but both LaGuardia and JFK Airports (approximately 50 miles) are also possibilities. Baseball Heaven is located near Yaphank, NY on Long Island, in between I-495 and Route 27. For those flying home after Camp, it is best to get a flight at 6:30pm (ISP)/8:00 pm (LGA/JFK) or later if possible. Headfirst will not be able to provide rides to and from the airport.
Our first host hotel is Fairfield Inn by Marriott (Medford, NY). Online reservation pages with special discounted rates for specific Honor Roll Camp sessions are available below:
All campers will be responsible for their own lodging while at the Honor Roll Camp. Headfirst will not be able to provide rides to and from the airport.
Ballplayers are welcome to travel to the Honor Roll Camp without an accompanying family member (though most do arrive with family) but will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the airport and ballpark.
At our Honor Roll Camps, there will likely be four (4) game slots each day. Each player will be scheduled to play in two of the four game slots each day. Conforming to the typical baseball showcase format, games will be played with a 1-1 count.
Pitchers should be prepared to throw two (2) simulated innings each day, if arms allow (and can limit themselves to one day or fewer innings if necessary). We will be available to speak with pitchers about their innings and arms at registration/check-in.
This was my first showcase event and it is hard to see how others could measure up. Access to college coaches was easy and all were eager to give pointers in the field. The games were a lot of fun and the talks about the college baseball experience were very informative. I’m looking forward to coming back as a rising senior. 2012 Mid-Atlantic Honor Roll Camperview more testimonials