Join one of the the best coaching staffs in all of the NJCAA for the 2015 Spring Baseball Clinics, Sundays, March 1 and 8. Players from 8 to 18 will be able to learn from coaches that have played and coached at the college and professional level, led by TC3 Head Coach and former professional manager Ryan Stevens. For $49, players will receive a total of three hours of instruction (1.5 hours each Sunday) in hitting and fielding or pitching and catching. Special rates available for players looking to attend both clinics. All players also receive a TC3 Panthers Baseball shirt.
Hitting and Fielding Clinic: 3 to 4:30 p.m. each Sunday
Pitching and Catching Clinic: 5 to 6:30 p.m. each Sunday
Get a jump on the spring season with the 2015 Spring Softball Clinics, March 14 and 15. Players from 8 to 18 are eleigible, with all the sessions held in TC3's BorgWarner Morse-TEC Field House. For $29, players will receive a two and a half hours of instruction in hitting or pitching and defense. A special rate of $49 is available for players looking to attend both clinics.
Hitting Clinic: Noon to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 14
Pitching and Defense: Noon to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 15
Each summer, TC3 offers day camps in basketball, lacrosse, and soccer. The camps are directed by the TC3 coaching staff and offer a comprehensive program of skill work, game play, and rules education.
Each camp includes demonstrations and presentations throughout the week by college coaches and athletes. Campers will benefit from small teaching groups while participating in individual and team skill competitions.
July 6 to 10: Boy's Lacrosse Camp (boys, ages 8 to 15)
July 13 to 17: Basketball Camp (boys and girls, ages 9 to 14)
July 20 to 24: Soccer Camp (boys and girls, ages 7 to 14)
July 27 to 31: Recreation Sports Camp (boys and girls, ages 7 to 12)
Activities for everyone! Disc Golf, Pickle Ball, Volleyball, Swimming, Basketball, Soccer, Whiffle ball, and Arts and Crafts
The 2015 Panthers Sports Camps Offer:
+A comprehensive program of skill work, game play, and rules education
+Exciting new drills that are fun and useful
+Individual and team skill competitions
+Demonstrations and presentations by college coaches and players
+Small teaching groups
+Swimming each day
Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Acceptance of camper to the Panthers Sports Camps can be verified by receipt of camp instruction sheet from the camp office. If application is not accepted, camp fee will be promptly returned by mail.
If the application is withdrawn for any reason up to one week before the start of camper’s session, a refund of all but $15 will be given. No refund will be given for any reason once the camp has started.
$175 each ($150 if paid by 5/1/15)
DAILY SCHEDULE (Full Day Camps)
8:30 a.m.: TC3 camp attendance, meet with assigned counselor
9 a.m.: Activity Session I
1 p.m.: Activity Session II
3 p.m.: Swimming
4 p.m.: Campers depart from TC3
Camp ends at noon on Fridays
What to Bring
Water bottle, Lunch (or buy at camp), Sun block, Shorts, Sneakers/cleats, Swimsuit and Towel, Pool Shoes
2013 Basketball Campers
2012 Basketball Campers
2012 Soccer Campers
2012 Soccer Campers
2012 Soccer Campers
2012 Lacrosse Campers
2011 Lacrosse Campers
2011 Basketball Campers
2011 Softball Campers
The 2011 TC3 lacrosse team hosted youngsters from Dryden Lacrosse for a clinic this spring. Several Panthers took part, helping teach the finer points of the game.
The 2010 TC3 basketball camp was visited by by All-American Juanita Ward. Ward, a two-time NJCAA All-American and a McDonald's All-American in high school, finished her college career at Syracuse University and was most recently on the training camp roster of the WNBA's Tulsa Shock. She helped with instructing the campers, but also took time to sign some autographs.
Juanita Ward signing autographs at the TC3 basketball camp.
2010 Lacrosse Campers
2010 Softball Campers
Campers from one of the soccer camp sessions.
Friday, May 22
Elm Tree Golf Course, Cortland
The ninth annual Panthers Club Golf Tournament will be Friday, May 22 at Elm Tree Golf Course in Cortland. The shotgun start tournament will begin at noon. The $130 entry fee per two-person team includes golf, cart, steak dinner, and prizes. Proceeds from the event go to help support the TC3 athletics department in important initiatives such as team-building opportunities, supplementing funds for team equipment, and developing ways to have a positive impact on young people in the community through enhancing their relationship with TC3.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact the TC3 Athletics office at 607.844.8222, Ext. 4491 for details.
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