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NOW TAKING REGISTRATIONS FOR SUMMER CAMP

Southern Maryland Baseball Camps, Inc.

NOW TAKING SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATIONS
We will have a full allotment of D-1..D-2..D-3 and Jr. colleges in attendance at our Summer Baseball Camp

2019 SUMMER CAMP
June 2019

Gambrills Athletic Club
682 McKnew Rd
Gambrills, MD 21054

Ages 4-11: $150
Monday, June 24th; Tuesday, June 25th; Wednesday, June 26th
9:00am-3:00pm

Ages 12 to 21: $295
Monday, June 24 and Tuesday, June 25th and Wednesday, June 26th
9:00am - 3:00pm


Gambrills Athletic Club will be selling lunch and drinks for $8.00 a day or $20.00 for all three days


Click here to > Register Today!

Please contact Jerry Wargo for more information.
wargo@chesapeake.net or 301-855-8558

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Congratulations to former Southern Maryland Baseball Camp Standout Max Steinhorn: Baseball and Academics Go Together!

Steinhorn Selected Google Cloud Academic All-American by CoSIDA
Senior second-baseman Max Steinhorn has been named to the Google Cloud Academic All-America Baseball Team, voted on by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Steinhorn, a member of the Division III Second Team, becomes the 34th Academic All-America selection in Amherst College history, and the third member of the baseball team to receive the award. With a .365 batting average, Steinhorn led the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) champions to an NCAA Tournament appearance, also pacing the club with 16 stolen bases, 35 runs scored and 57 hits, which led the conference. A history major with a 3.90 grade point average, Steinhorn was previously named Academic All-NESCAC and Google Cloud Academic All-District, as well as NESCAC All-Conference Second Team. Owner of a .328 four-year batting average, Steinhorn is finishing an Amherst career in which he has scored 110 runs, collected 162 hits and stolen 51 bases. Read More


Isaiah Pasteur, of George Washington University, Drafted in the 13th Round by the New York Yankees and Named ECAC Player of the Year
The GW baseball team was well represented on the third and final day of the 2018 MLB First-Year Player Draft as Isaiah Pasteur, Will Kobos and Robbie Metz all heard their name called, marking the second-most draft picks for the Colonials in school history. Pasteur was a 13th round selection by the New York Yankees, Kobos went to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 19th round and Metz was taken in the 25th round by the Colorado Rockies. The three selections is exceeded only by the 2002 draft when six Colonials were selected, while GW also had a trio of players taken in 2000.

Pasteur, a native of Westminster, Md., was the 2017-18 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and also earned POTY honors from the Eastern College Athletic Conference. He made history throughout the season with his program-record 32-game hit streak and conference-record three consecutive Player of the Week awards. He led the A-10 in runs, triples, total bases and slugging percentage, while ranking in the top three in hits, home runs, stolen bases, RBIs and at bats. Pasteur’s production wasn’t limited to offense, as he also held a 2-1 record with a 3.45 ERA in 12 appearances on the mound. Read More. Read Article on Pasteur as ECAC Player of the Year.


On to College!!

Blake Badman
DeMatha Catholic High School
University of Virginia

Clay Wargo
Huntingtown High School
Coastal Carolina University

Alex Greene
DeMatha Catholic High School
University of Virginia

Ryan Terrents
Huntingtown High School
Towson University

Zach Piazza
Limestone College
Towson University

Nick Canevari
University High Lab School
Towson University

Travis Dowden
Central HS
Towson University

Oluwasayo Kintunde
Patuxent HS
Towson University

Scott Cameron
Chopticon
Salisbury University

CJ Mervilus
Riverdale Baptist HS
Grambling University
   


This Camp is a Great One for the Little Guys Too!
Nick Adenhart, Los Angeles Angels
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  The Southern Maryland Baseball Camp is an established and well-known instructional environment that offers a tremendous opportunity for the student athlete who is interested in pursuing college and professional baseball. For the younger athlete, the camp provides a look into the future while providing them with the best possible foundation for success

  The importance of education, self discipline, and substance abuse are addressed during the camp. We will also speak with the parents and the athletes on making the best decision on which college is right for them.

  There is a close working relationship with the colleges that attend our camp throughout the year. This partnership is a valuable tool in helping place student athletes at the University or College of their choice.













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