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Jan. 18, 2006
AUBURN, Ala. - The Auburn softball team will be hosting its 2006 summer softball camps from June 12-15 and June 19-22.
Camp session I, designed for girls aged 8 through sixth grade, runs from June 12-15. Camp session II will run from June 19-22 and is designated for girls who will begin their seventh grade year through those who have finished their senior year of high school.
In addition, a specialty session for pitchers and catchers will run during the same time for each session.
Each camp session is designed to cover both offensive and defensive skills. For pitchers and catchers, the camp will focus on individual skills during the morning and afternoon sessions. The afternoon sessions, otherwise, will be devoted to game situation play.
Fees for the camps are as follows: resident campers will pay $300, while day campers will pay $260. A non-refundable deposit of $50 is due with each application. Balances are due by June 1 for each camp.
The camps will take place at the Auburn City Softball Complex. Participants must bring their gloves, shoes, shorts and hats. Catchers must also bring their equipment. Bats and helmets are provided by the camp, but personal equipment is allowed.
Auburn head coach Tina Deese, entering her 10th season with the Tigers, serves as the camp director for both sessions. She brings more than 20 years of camp and clinic experience to the Tiger Softball Camp.
Assisting Deese will be coaches Jack Byerley and Ashley Moore, both in their second season with the Tigers.
Applications are available on www.auburntigers.com by going to the Auburn softball page. Applications and questions can be also be obtained and answered by calling (334) 844-9563.