FORT MYERS, Fla. – The FGCU Softball team will host an all-skills camp for girls age 8-13, July 14-16 at the FGCU Softball Complex.
The camp will be led by FGCU head coach David Deiros, with assistant coach Alycia Bachkora and members of the 2014 squad assisting with instruction. No previous softball experience is necessary to attend the camp.
The camp will provide well-rounded instruction of the game with an enjoyable and rewarding experience for each camper. The camper-to-instructor ratio will be kept low in order to provide the best possible instruction and attention to each camper.
The all-skills camp will teach the fundamentals of all aspects of the game: throwing, catching, hitting, slapping, bunting, baserunning, etc. The camp will develop proper mechanics as well as situational thinking and will work at each player’s specific position.
The cost of the camp is $180 for three hours of instruction for three days. The registration deadline for camp is July 9th, with a $10 fee for late registration. A 10 percent discount will apply to any team attending with four or more players and for any siblings attending together.
For more information on FGCU softball camps, please contact assistant coach Alycia Bachkora at (239) 590-7062 or email@example.com.
David Deiros is the first and only softball coach in FGCU history. With a record of 456-185-2 in eleven seasons, Deiros holds a win percentage of .712. Deiros coached the Eagles to a record of 200-100 in their first six seasons of Division I competition and led the team to the 2008 and 2012 regular season Atlantic Sun championships. The team also won the conference tournament in 2012 before picking up its first NCAA Regional win over No. 5 Florida in the first round. In six years as a Division I competitor, the team has never finished below third place in conference and has been ranked as high as ninth in the NCAA Top 30 poll (2009). Deiros is a former head coach at the 1998 Florida State Runner-up Lely High School in Naples and is the founding head coach of the 1999 District Champion/2001 Regional Runner-up Gulf Coast High School in Naples.