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2017 Stanford Baseball Camps

Information on Colleges Represented at Camp



______________________________________________________________________________AMHERST COLLEGE, Amherst, MA

Head Coach- Brian Hamm
Amherst College is one of the top colleges in the country. It also has one of the most successful athletics program to compete at the Division III level. Amherst College is located in Massachusetts, 1 ½ hours from Boston and in the same town as the University of Massachusetts. Our total undergraduate enrollment is 1800.  There are four colleges/universities within a ten-mile radius of Amherst College and Amherst students can take classes at any of the four. Over 30,000 students are in the Amherst area, making for a lively and exciting town vibe.

 

The Amherst baseball program is the oldest college baseball program in the country; throughout our program’s history we’ve had great success at the national level while providing players with one of the best academic educations in the country. We’ve participated in the NCAA Tournament three of the past four years and over the past five years we’ve had three players drafted in the MLB Draft. We attract players from all over the country to play at Amherst; approximately 75% of our players come from outside of the northeast and we are one of the most racially and socio-economically diverse college baseball teams in the country. We recently built a new baseball facility that is located in the middle of campus.



 

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ARMY, West Point, NY

Head Coach – Jim Foster

The United States Military Academy (USMA), also known as West Point, Army, The Academy, or simply The Point, is a four-year coeducational federal service academy located in West Point, New York in Orange County. It sits on scenic high ground overlooking the Hudson River, 50 miles (80 km) north of New York City.

Candidates for admission must both apply directly to the academy and receive a nomination, usually from a member of Congress or Delegate/Resident Commissioner in the case of Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Virgin Islands. Other nomination sources include the President and Vice President of the United States.[6] Students are officers-in-training and are referred to as "cadets" or collectively as the "United States Corps of Cadets" (USCC). Tuition for cadets is fully funded by the Army in exchange for an active duty service obligation upon graduation. Approximately 1,300 cadets enter the Academy each July, with about 1,000 cadets graduating.

The academic program grants a bachelor of science degree with a curriculum that grades cadets' performance upon a broad academic program, military leadership performance, and mandatory participation in competitive athletics. Cadets are required to adhere to the Cadet Honor Code, which states that "a cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do." The academy bases a cadet's leadership experience as a development of all three pillars of performance: academics, physical, and military.



The academy's traditions have influenced other institutions because of its age and unique mission. It was the first American college to have an accredited civil-engineering program and the first to have class rings, and its technical curriculum was a model for later engineering schools. West Point's student body has a unique rank structure and lexicon. All cadets reside on campus and dine together en masse on weekdays for breakfast and lunch. The academy fields fifteen men's and nine women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sports teams. Cadets compete in one sport every fall, winter, and spring season at the intramural, club, or intercollegiate level. Its football team was a national power in the early and mid-20th century, winning three national championships. Its alumni and students are collectively referred to as "The Long Gray Line", and its ranks include two Presidents of the United States (as well as the President of the Confederate States of America), presidents of Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and the Philippines, numerous famous generals, and seventy-five Medal of Honor recipients.

______________________________________________________________________________BARD COLLEGE, Hudson, NY

Head Coach - Ed Kahovec
Bard College's historic main campus is located along the Hudson River in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Academically, Bard is one of the best Liberal Arts schools in the entire country. Bard has nationally renowned programs within the departments of Humanities, Sciences, Social Studies and Arts. With nearly 50 academic offerings, you have the flexibility to decide which academic disciplines inspire you. Some of our most popular majors include Economics, Finance, Political Studies, History, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Math and Physics.
The 2017 season is Bard's 5th year as an NCAA division III program and 4th in the prestigious Liberty League. In 2014, Bard College completed Honey Field, a $2.2 million on campus baseball stadium, that is one of the premier Division III facilities in the entire country. Honey Field has an artificial turf surface which allows players to practice outdoors year round.

______________________________________________________________________________BROWN UNIVERSITY, Providence, RI

Head Coach - Grant Achilles
Brown University is located in Providence, RI, and competes in the Ancient Eight, the prestigious Ivy League. The university exists in a unique campus setting in the “College Hill” borough of the capital city. Consisting of exquisite facilities in a richly historic urban setting, the campus is mixed in with residential homes, and small businesses and restaurants, giving the campus its own small city feel. Founded in 1764, Brown is the 7th oldest college in the United States. Ranked consistently in the top 20 of colleges and universities in multiple publications, Brown is a vibrant, diverse community which consists of about 6,300 undergraduates, 2,200 graduate students, 500 medical school students, more than 5,000 summer, visiting, and online students, and over 700 faculty members. Students come from all 50 states and over 100 different countries. Brown is a leading research university that maintains a particular commitment to exceptional undergraduate instruction in a wide range of concentrations. With bachelor’s degrees in more than 75 concentrations, anything’s possible at Brown- the university’s commitment to undergraduate freedom means students must take responsibility as architects of their courses of study, and it is a quality that makes Brown unique to the majority of other institutions.

The Bears participate in 38 NCAA Sports, 17 male and 21 female, ranking them third among all Division I institutions for number of sports offered. The majority of athletics facilities are located on or within walking distance from campus. In addition to a 20-game Ivy League schedule, baseball plays a competitive 15-25 game non-conference schedule against conferences ranging from mid-majors such as the Patriot League and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, to the SEC, ACC, and Pac-12. Brown baseball alumni have a rich tradition in professional baseball, both as players on the field and in a variety of roles off the field. There have been at least 35 players drafted or signed and many players have moved on to roles within organizations ranging from analytics and scouting, to front office positions.



______________________________________________________________________________BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, Lewisburg, PA

Head Coach – Scott Heather

Bucknell University is a private liberal arts college located alongside the West Branch Susquehanna River in the town of Lewisburg, in central Pennsylvania, United States. The university consists of the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Management, and the College of Engineering. Bucknell was founded in 1846, and features programs in the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, engineering, management, education, and music, as well as programs and pre-professional advising that prepare students for study in law and medicine. It offers nearly 50 majors and over 60 minors.



It is primarily an undergraduate school (with about 3,600 students), and has about 50 graduate students. Students come from all 50 states and from more than 66 countries.[7] Bucknell has nearly 200 student organizations and a large Greek presence. The school's mascot is Bucky the Bison and the school is a member of the Patriot League in NCAA Division I athletics.

______________________________________________________________________________CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE, Northridge, CA

Head Coach – Greg Moore
Cal State Northridge or CSUN is a public institution located in the San Fernando Valley, just a few miles north of the heart of Los Angeles. CSUN is a unique environment with its total enrollment being the largest of any CSU in the state school system at roughly 42,000. Just about half of those students live on campus. CSUN is located 30 minutes from Six Flags Magic Mountain, 40 minutes from Malibu Beach, 30 minutes from Universal Studios, and about 45 minutes from Dodger Stadium! 
In the last two seasons CSUN has won a total of 66 wins. The Matadors are coming off back-to-back 33-win seasons, which are the most wins over a two-year period since 2001-02. The team is also a season removed from posting its most wins at home since 2001 (21) and its best start to a season in 20 years (18-3). Competing in the Big West Conference and having a strong non-conference schedule year in and year out, the Matadors compete at the highest level of amateur baseball.

______________________________________________________________________________CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY SAN MARCOS, San Marcos, CA

Head Coach - Dennis Pugh
California State University San Marcos (CSUSM or Cal State San Marcos) is a public comprehensive university in San Marcos, California, United States, and one of the 23 campuses of the California State University system. San Marcos is a suburban city in the North County area of San Diego County. It was founded in 1989 as the 20th CSU campus. The first class was admitted in 1990. CSU San Marcos offers 62 different Bachelor's degrees, 15 master's degrees, an Ed.D. program, and 13 teaching credentials. The university has four colleges: the College of Business Administration; the College of Science and Mathematics; the College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences; and the College of Education, Health and Human Services. In Fall of 2013, the university had 615 faculty, of which 225 (or 36.5 percent) were tenured or on the tenure track.
CSUSM, which is entering its first season in the CCAA and NCAA Division II. The Cougars are ineligible for the CCAA Tournament and the NCAA Division II postseason for the next two seasons (2016 and 2017) due to CSUSM's NCAA Division II Candidacy status. CSUSM completed a historic 2015 campaign with a third Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Conference Championships, a bid to the NAIA National Championships Opening Round and a program-best 36 wins.
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (CALTECH), Pasadena, CA

Head Coach - Matthew Mark
Caltech is a place where you will do things that have never been done before.  Located in Pasadena, part of Los Angeles County in Southern California, Caltech has been ranked the top university in the world five straight years by Times Higher Education.  With just 1,001 undergraduate students and a 3:1 student-to-faculty ratio, students look for solutions to problems no one has considered before, working side-by-side with one of five Nobel Prize winners in residence.  As many as 85% of students obtain employment or attend graduate school within six months of graduation, with an average starting salary of $82,000 (Class of 2013 data) and one of the best returns on investment in the nation (payscale.com).  With an SAT mid-50% range of 2230-2340 (Class of 2019) and 99% percent of students having graduated in the top ten percent of their high school class, it is also one of the most selective schools in the world. 
Playing baseball at Caltech represents a truly unique opportunity.  While receiving a top-notch education and achieving unprecedented things in the classroom and lab, you also have the chance to create history on the diamond.  A renewed commitment to athletics at Caltech has already garnered national attention, with the men’s basketball team featured in Sports Illustrated and several others climbing the conference ladder with an eye toward competing for SCIAC championships.  Baseball has already reached historic milestones in the past couple years and is on the verge of making a big splash in the conference.  With more hard-working, all-around players and passionate competitors willing to do whatever the team needs to win, this program will continue its ascent to the top of the conference and you can make history, academically and athletically.

______________________________________________________________________________CARLETON COLLEGE, Minneapolis, MN

Head Coach - Aaron Rushing
Located just 40 minutes south of Minneapolis, Carleton College is an independent and highly selective liberal arts college of approximately 2,000 students. In recent years, Carleton has been named #1 in the country for our faculty commitment to teaching, #1 in the country for our alumni giving, and #1 in the country as a fun loving school. Carleton has a diverse student body, a talented faculty whose first priority is teaching, and a continued commitment to the liberal arts. Students choose Carleton because of the college’s focus on undergraduate education, small class size, and strong sense of community. Nearly three-quarters of Carleton students participate in one or more off-campus studies programs during their undergraduate years. Carleton consistently enrolls more National Merit scholars than any other undergraduate college. Within five years after graduating, 75 percent of alumni pursue graduate or professional degrees.  

 

Carleton is an NCAA Division III member, and the Knights play in the tough MIAC (Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference).  In recent years Carleton has had multiple players go on to play professionally overseas, and has had seven all-Region award winners in just the past three years.  Our roster is made up of young men from all over the country who excel both in the classroom and on the playing field.  The program is competitive and for several years has been continually improving, as the past three graduating classes have all set new school records for wins in their career.



______________________________________________________________________________CENTENARY COLLEGE, Shreveport, LA

Head Coach - Mike Diaz
The Gent baseball program, which moved to NCAA Division III in 2013, wasted no time in etching is name among the upper echelon of the conference. Since joining the SCAC, the Gents have won two regular season titles in three seasons. In 2016, Centenary achieved their highest national ranking, climbing as high as #12 during the season. 

 

Centenary College of Louisiana is a selective, residential, national liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church in Shreveport, Louisiana. Founded in 1825, it is the oldest chartered liberal arts college west of the Mississippi River and is a member of the Associated Colleges of the South.



______________________________________________________________________________CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, Orange, CA

Head Coach - Scott Laverty
Chapman University is a private liberal arts institution located in Orange, CA. Chapman is close to several attractions, such as Disneyland, Angel Stadium, beaches, and mountains. The university has an average enrollment of 6,363 undergrad students, with roughly 2,000 graduate students on campus. The average classroom size is 24 students, with our student to teacher ratio at 14:1. We refer to your experience at Chapman University as a “personalized education”. Our university has a total of nine schools on campus, highlighted by our Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, which is ranked 3rd in the nation for film schools behind NYU and USC. Together, all nine schools offer a total of 50 majors and 60 minors. We also are home to over 170 student organizations school wide.
The Chapman University baseball program is a Division III program, playing in the SCIAC conference. The program has been to 10 of the last 19 Division III World Series, including winning the National Championship in 2003 and a runners-up finish in 2011. Eighteen of the last nineteen years the baseball program has averaged at least one player moving on to a professional career in the sport, with the majority of them being drafted. Our program is based on two key philosophies, old-fashioned and fundamental. We are a teaching program, and strive to achieve the most out of each of our players on the field as well as off.

______________________________________________________________________________CLAREMONT MUDD, Claremont, CA

Head Coach - Bill Walkenbach
The CMS Baseball is part of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps athletic program and is comprised of student-athletes from Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College. Combined among the three schools, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the undergraduate enrollment is 3,050 students. We are a part of a unique collection of elite academic institutions, known as the Claremont Colleges, located in Southern California at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Both Claremont McKenna and Harvey Mudd are world-renown for their academic achievement. In 2015, US News and World Report ranked Claremont McKenna College as the #8 liberal arts college in the nation. The college offers over 65 academic majors, and excels in the sciences, including biology, chemistry, physics and pre-med/dental. A large percentage of students also major in economics and government, with international relations, business, management finance, management engineering, law, psychology and foreign language among the more popular fields of study. Harvey Mudd College was most recently ranked by US News and World Report as the #1 undergraduate engineering program in the country for schools not offering a doctorate and the #15 liberal arts college in the country.  
As for our baseball program, we play in the highly competitive Southern California

Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). This conference is composed of nine programs, all of which are located within 75 miles of our campus. With multiple SCIAC championships recorded in our program’s history, we strive to compete at the highest level within our conference and at the Division III level. We aim to build a winning program every year along with the goal of fostering growth and development in each of our players so that each of them become the best baseball players and college graduates they can be.



______________________________________________________________________________COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York City, NY

Head Coach - Brett Boretti
Columbia offers a unique blend of high quality academics (one of the top five universities in the country) with a high level Division 1 baseball experience. Since 2013, Columbia has won our league three times (2013, '14, and '15), earned a #3 seed at an NCAA Regional twice, and played for a Regional Championship in the 2015 Coral Gables Regional. Columbia finished the 2015 season ranked #35 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and received Top 25 votes in the National Collegiate Writers Association poll. In 2015, our RPI finished up 53rd best in the country (out of over 300 Division 1 programs).

 

From 2013-2015 we set new school records for wins in each season, getting up to 34 in 2015, while playing the most consistently challenging out of league schedule in the Ivy League.  We have had a number of players named All-Ivy, including the Co-Player of the Year (Gus Craig, 2015) and two Ivy League Rookies of the year (Will Savage, 2014 and Randell Kanemaru, 2015). Our program has consistently recruited and developed some of the top talent in our league and in our region. In addition to developing players while they are here, we also get them ready for baseball at the next level. We have had 12 players drafted or signed in the last 5 years (including four players from the 2015 team).



 

From an academic standpoint, Columbia provides our student-athletes with a high-powered education they are able to use whenever their baseball career is over. Our players’ majors range from Political Science to Pre-Med to Engineering. Our guys achieve on the field and in the classroom, keeping a team GPA over 3.1 in each of the last 3 years.

 

The special baseball opportunities and the elite education are available to our players while they get to live and go to school in New York City. The combination of elite athletics, high level education, and New York City is something that our guys take full advantage of, both on and off the field.



______________________________________________________________________________CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, NY

HEAD COACH - Dan Pepicelli
Founded in 1865, Cornell University is the largest Ivy League institution with over 14,000 undergraduate students spread across seven different colleges. Located in beautiful Ithaca, New York, the campus covers about 2,300 acres overlooking downtown and Cayuga Lake. Notable rankings place Cornell eighth domestically and 10th internationally in the 2015 Center for World University Rankings and 15th in the U.S. News & World Report National University ranking. Business Insider has ranked Ithaca the #1 College Town in America and Cornell’s Campus Food was ranked #3 nationally.

 

Cornell Baseball competes in the Ivy League, which is part of the NCAA's Division I. Cornell's 2017 roster includes student-athletes from all around the country, including California, Texas, Arizona, Indiana, Oregon, Washington, Florida and the Mid-Atlantic. The team practices and competes in world class facilities with a brand new FieldTurf playing surface installed this Fall with in-ground, pro-style dugouts and a 27,000-square-foot indoor turf facility. The program places tremendous emphasis on player development and team culture with a "no matter what" attitude both on and off the field. ______________________________________________________________________________CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY, Omaha, NE



Head Coach – Ed Servais
Founded in 1878, Creighton University is one of 28 private Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. Located in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, Creighton’s nine schools and colleges offer more than 100 academic programs, degrees and majors. Each year, over 4,000 undergraduate students thrive in a supportive community committed to Jesuit, Catholic values and traditions. And, it’s where students learn to become leaders through service to others. For the 14th year in a row, Creighton earned the number one ranking in U.S. News and World Report magazine among Midwest Regional Universities.
The Creighton baseball program competes in the Big East Conference and is led by head coach Ed Servais, who is in his 14th year at the helm. During that time, Creighton has appeared in four NCAA regionals in 2005, 2007, 2011 and 2012. Most recently, the Bluejays are coming off three straight appearances in the Big East tournament championship game from 2014-2016. Since Coach Servais took over in 2004, Creighton's .978 fielding percentage is the best nationally. Creighton also ranks in the top-25 nationally in ERA, double plays turned per game, sacrifice bunts, and winning percentage during that span. This past year, Creighton finished with a 38-17 record and had three players selected in the 2016 MLB draft. Creighton is lucky to play its home games at TD Ameritrade Park, home of the College World Series.

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