Hello and welcome to the Northwestern Softball Camp Website! The goal of our camps is to provide young aspiring softball athletes with the opportunity to grow and develop in their skill set and knowledge for the game. Our camps provide athletes with an inside look at our program and first class instruction from the coaching staff, our current players, and alumni softball athletes as well.
We are now gearing up for our Fall Academy that will include hitting, pitching and our new addition; the Strength and Conditioning Academy, offered by our own NU softball Sports Performance coach, Tyler Jorgensen. This fall we will have Wildcat alums Garland Cooper, Tammy Williams, Emily Allard, and Marisa Bast as academy coaches, as well as our current Northwestern Softball coaching staff.
On this website you can find all academy session dates and times, as well as the forms you will need to register and attend.
Please use the “Contact Us” tab if you have any questions or comments. Thanks for visiting and we hope to see you soon! Go Cats!
2015 Camp Details
|Fall Hitting Academy||Mondays, September 21st - November 23rd||REGISTER|
|Fall Pitching Academy||Mondays, September 21st - November 23rd||REGISTER|
|Fall Strength & Conditioning Academy||Mondays, September 21st - November 23rd||REGISTER|
|Winter All Skills Camp||Sunday, January 3rd||REGISTER|
Current Northwestern faculty and staff are eligible to receive a 50% discount off of camp registration.
Please contact the coaching staff here to apply this discount.
"I believe strongly in the philosophy of Northwestern University and the vision of our softball program. Northwestern softball offers an environment which challenges you to excel as a student, as an athlete, as a teammate and as an individual. At Northwestern, you are surrounded by people who understand what it means to be truly committed. There are no limits to how far the student-athlete can go. The unique experience of Northwestern University is second to none."
- Head Coach Kate Drohan
All Northwestern Softball Camps are limited only by age and number of participants.