The San Domenico baseball camp will offer attendees the opportunity to develop their hitting, fielding, and pitching skills in a fun, positive environment. For ages 8-11, players will improve their throwing and swing mechanics and practice getting live batting practice reps with a team. This experience will develop their individual skills while teaching them how to perform in a competitive and encouraging team-first environment. For ages 12-16, the camp will develop advanced, position-specific baseball skills and training performance. This may include batting drills that are catered to the needs of each individual player, video analysis, and dynamic, performance-enhancing exercises that help students improve their arm health and strength.
Jack holds a BA from UCLA and is a current Ph.D. student at UCLA. He played baseball for College of Marin and was a three-sport athlete at Sir Francis Drake High School. As a collegiate baseball catcher, he trained with multiple MLB prospects and worked with Eric Cressey (the Yankees training and strength/conditioning coach) to learn about cutting edge, baseball-specific training and weight room exercises. As a graduate teaching assistant at UCLA, Jack has experience as an educator, individual tutor, and mentor for incoming or current college students. He has coached baseball, basketball, and soccer and he believes in the power of diversity in the classroom and on the field so all individuals feel included and capable of thriving.