Dec. 13, 2002
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State baseball team will hold its annual Cougar Pitching and Catching Academy Jan. 10-12 in Pullman.
The Academy is open to all players of high school age and will include 80 pitchers and 20 catchers. WSU Head Coach Tim Mooney and assistant coaches Mike Cummins, Ryan Brust and Ole Vigeland, a former Texas Rangers minor league pitcher, will instruct the players on the fundamentals of baseball.
In addition to the WSU contingent, Florida Marlins scout Hal DeBerry, Pullman High School Baseball Coach Lance Lincoln and former WSU and current Lewis-Clark State College Pitching Coach Gary Picone will also instruct campers.
The cost of the camp is $205 and does not include lodging. Campers should bring a glove, tennis shoes and a team uniform (no jeans). Campers who make reservations should mention they are attending the Cougar Baseball Academy.
Those interested should contact the baseball office at 509-335-0211 or complete an application online. Applications can be faxed to 509-335-5197. Applications with full tuition can be mailed to Cougar Baseball Academy, PO Box 641602, Pullman, WA 99164-1602. Deadline is Dec. 20.