Why Choose UCP?
COST: The tuition for our one month program is priced lower than a number of one or two day baseball showcase events. Participants can attend a minimum of ten workout sessions for this affordable tuition rate.
INSTRUCTION: Our program provides individualized instruction where each player receives personalized attention based on his specific areas of need. Instructors are veteran coaches possessing the newest, innovative techniques for teaching baseball mechanics/fundamentals. We take pride in maintaining small player:instructor ratios.
MATERIALS: All players receive a personal binder with various resources, including NCAA Clearinghouse information, athletic resume’ guidelines, an evaluation form with personalized data, strength and speed training schedule, targeted readings on individualized baseball fundamentals, and more.
PLACEMENT: Participants in our program have moved on to play college baseball at:
Division I = Fairfield U., Lafayette, Stonybrook, Notre Dame, Elon, Columbia U., St. Johns, Fordham
Division II = Concordia, Mercy, Pace, Dowling College, Dominican College
Division III = Skidmore, Rhode Island College, SUNY Purchase, Johns Hopkins, SUNY New Paltz
Our goal is to provide an affordable, comprehensive learning experience for athletes that aspire to play baseball at the collegiate level. By combining innovative on-field, position specific drills with technical skill activities, we aspire to significantly improve player ability levels. With informative guest speakers and critical materials/literature provided weekly, players and their families will be educated on the academic, administrative, financial, and athletic factors regarding NCAA Baseball.
The instructional program offers a highly personalized experience with teaching occurring in an intimate setting. Our program maintains a small player to coach ratio, which provides athletes with a unique experience. Furthermore, our coaches are former NCAA/professional players that are well versed in contemporary techniques for improving performance and gaining admission into college baseball programs.
Vernon Martin, Penn State (2013)