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Hawkeye baseball to hold parent/son camp

BY DI STAFF | NOVEMBER 03, 2011 7:20 AM

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The Iowa baseball team will hold a one-day camp for parents and their sons at the end of November, the team announced on Wednesday.

The 2011 Parent/Son Fundamental Baseball Camp will take place the afternoon of Nov. 27 in the Bubble. The $100 camp will be led by Iowa head coach Jack Dahm and his coaching staff: pitching coach Chris Maliszewski, hitting coach Ryan Brownlee, and assistant coach Brian Miller.

Children ages 6-13 are eligible to participate in the camp, and they will learn the fundamentals of throwing mechanics, hitting, pitching, and defense. Parents will learn drills to help further expand their children's skills.

Enrollment is limited to 50 pairs of parents and sons.

Interested parents can sign their children up at iowabaseballcamps.com and direct questions to Miller via email at brian-miller@iowabaseball.com.

High-school players cannot attend the fundamental camp, but Dahm and the Hawkeyes will hold a Future Hawks Evaluation Camp for prep players in December.

— by Seth Roberts


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