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Baseball Announces First Strength and Conditioning Camp

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Feb. 5, 2014


HUNTINGTON, W.Va.- Marshall baseball has announced the dates for its first ever strength and conditioning camp, which will be held Monday Feb. 24 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Participants must be age 12 and up.

Over the last eight years, Marshall University has had 27 players drafted to play professional baseball in large part as a result of the strength and conditioning program in place for them. 

The camp will target the development and improvement of strength, conditioning, and speed as they relate to baseball. The skills and methods taught will be the same used by Marshall players and will focus specifically on weightlifting, running form, offseason arm conditioning, arm maintance, and agility drills.

The camp will be run by members of the Herd coaching staff and by Marshall strength coach Billy Brown. 

The camp will be held in the Bobby Pruett Weight Room, adjacent to Joan C. Edwards Stadium and open to any and all entrants. The cost of registration is $100. 

For more information, contact Brian Karlet by phone (502-767-4829) or email ( Registration can be done by phone or email.