CBA Nevada Baseball Program Announces New Director, Dates for Fall Camp, Sept 28-29 at UNLV
By: CBA Nevada Baseball
"The decision was simple. Coach McCollum is a smart, experienced and a well-respected professional,"
McCollum takes over a program that has burst onto the local grassroots baseball scene. In just four years as an organization, notable achievements include:
• Over 350 college committed players in 4 years as an organization
• Attend top events for maximum exposure
• All players sponsored by Marucci and New Balance
• Field Level recruiting platform for all players
• Top Ranked Club teams nationally
• Exposure opportunities for all of our teams and players
• Host our own college camps
McCollum said he is focused on building upon CBA's success in his new role.
"We are dedicated to not only the baseball development of our players, but also the personal development and growth of all of the young men in our program," said McCollum. "To CBA, baseball is the tool to help develop the characteristics and independence necessary to not only be successful on the field, but more importantly, in life. Through our positive learning environment, respect for the game, and our ability to put our players against the best competition in amateur baseball we can provide an unrivaled club baseball experience for all of our players."
For more information, Contact Jay Matos at 702-328-0529.
CAMP DATES ANNOUNCED
The CBA Marucci College Camp will take place September 28-29, 2019 at Desert Diamonds Facility and campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Jon Paino Founder/Director of CBA said of the camp:
"CBA College Camps provide a good player-to-college coach ratio, averaging 25 college coaches per event. High School aged players will participate in skills testing, defensive position training groups led by the attending college coaches, and be placed on teams to compete in gameplay. This camp is ideal for competitive High School players that are seeking to be identified as college level prospects by some of the best college programs nationally."