Todd Fairbourne, softball (right)

OREM, Utah – Utah Valley University head softball coach Todd Fairbourne announced his annual summer camps. The two camps will be held at Wolverine Softball Field in Orem with one taking place in mid-July, while the other will be held in mid-August.

The first one will be a Fundamental Skills Camp that will be held July 9-11 and will be for 8-14 year olds. It will run daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will cost $125.00. This camp includes specific skill instruction for all facets of the game and a wide range of players. Basic fundamentals of throwing fielding, hitting, pitching, catching, infield and outfield play, as well as offense will be introduced.

Campers will receive instruction from the UVU coaching staff, as well as current and former Wolverine players.

The second camp will be a High School Showcase for 14-18 year olds and will run August 14-15. This camp will begin each day at 9 a.m. and will run until 4 p.m. The cost is $225.00. This camp is intended for the high school aged camper who is serious about competing at the next level and is looking for exposure. Each player will have an opportunity to showcase their talent in small group work, as well as camp games on the field at Wolverine Softball Field. Campers will receive advanced instruction from the UVU coaching staff in all facets of the game.

There will be several college coaches working this camp from various college levels from NCAA Div. I and Junior College, as well as current and former UVU players. Campers should expect to hit off live pitchers with 60+ velocity during camp games. This is a high intensity camp for the serious athlete with focus on competitive games and specific instruction.

For more information on both camps please visit www.WolverineGreen.com or Click Here. Also please contact Coach Fairbourne with questions about the camps at 801-863-8599 or by email at [email protected]

James Warnick is an assistant sports information director at Utah Valley University. For more information about Wolverine athletics, visit www.WolverineGreen.com