- Individually numbered Baseball Camp T-Shirt
- Advanced hitting, pitching, throwing, infield, outfield and catching instruction
- Opportunity to meet Maryland Eastern Shore Baseball Coaching Staff
- Recruiting session for parents by Head Coach Brian Hollamon
- Athletic facilities Tour
Each camper must bring his/her own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. There will be limited supplies of bats and gloves that can be provided upon request. UMES Baseball camps requests each camper place his name and phone number on all equipment and items including shoes and clothing.
In case of inclement weather, view our website at: http://www.easternshorehawks.com/sports/m-basebl/mdes-m-basebl-body.html
In the event of injury or illness while at camp, your son may be taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center located in Salisbury, MD. Insurance information provided on the medical form MUST be accurate. All campers must have their own medical insurance. University of Maryland Eastern Shore provides excess coverage after your insurance policy has been utilized. Campers will not be allowed to play unless the information is submitted and the form is signed by the parent or guardian of the camper.
All University of Maryland Eastern Shore baseball camps are committed to following and abiding by all NCAA rules, policies and regulations. All University of Maryland Eastern Shore Baseball Camps or clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).
For More Information
Contact the UMES coaching staff at: 410-651-7864 or email [email protected]
2021 Camp Policy (COVID-19 restrictions) regarding One-Day Camps operated by or through the
University of Maryland Eastern Shore:
Campers age 12-17 may attend (recommended but not required they arrive with a negative COVID-19
test administered within 72 hours of arrival at camp)
Campers will be screened daily upon arrival to camp, by the camp’s medical staff.
Camp Staff (employees of the University) will be rapid tested by Maryland Eastern
Shore Athletic Staff 24-48 hours prior to the start of camp and following the
conclusion of camp.
Camp staff will sanitize all needed equipment prior to use and throughout use.
Housekeeping staff will sanitize facilities prior to and at the conclusion of the camp
each day, including rest rooms and seating areas.
If a camper begins to show symptoms of COVID-19 while at camp (as identified by
the camp nurse) they will be placed into isolation in a designated room inside of the
Hytche Athletic Center and be monitored by the camp nurse.
Parents/guardians will sign a waiver upon drop-off that their child will not be sent to
camp if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last two weeks, or are
showing any symptoms.
Waiver will require all parents/guardians to pick up their child within one hour of
being notified by the camp nurse that their child has begun to show COVID like
symptoms. Symptoms will be identified by the camp nurse.
Waiver will also make parents aware that the camp will not refund any fees if their
child is sent home due to COVID symptoms and waiver will acknowledge that they
cannot hold the University or its constituents liable for possible exposure to COVID-
Camp will follow all CDC guidelines, State of Maryland Department of Health
guidelines, Somerset County (MD) Health Department guidelines, University System
of Maryland policy and University of Maryland Eastern Shore policy at the time of
the camp and will error on the side of the strictest policy. As of July 1, 2021, masks
must be worn at all times by campers and staff, inside while not participating in athletic activity. Camp staff
reserves the right to deny participation in the camp is the participant does not comply with campus and/or facility rules.