Prospect Camps Baseball
This is your chance to be seen! Westmont is excited to host our Fall 2019 Single Day Prospect Camp. This camp is designed to integrate instruction, evaluation, and live game competition while exposing prospective student-athletes to the Westmont College community. Our Coaching Staff is comprised of our Westmont Baseball Head Coach, Assistant Coaches and student-athletes. Not only will these camps allow you to showcase your skills, this will also give you a taste of what college baseball is all about on one of the most beautiful campuses in the country.
Sunday, November 17, 2019 - CAMP REGISTRATION IS FULL
We are sorry to inform you that this camp is completely FULL and registration is now closed. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming camps!
Questions or Inquiries?
Contact Tony Cougoule:
email@example.com or 805-565-7092
Head Coach: Robert Ruiz
Now the second longest tenured coach in Westmont Baseball history, Robert Ruiz began serving as Westmont’s head coach in June of 2009. In 2012, Ruiz lead the Warriors to their first post seaon appearance in 15 years. In 2014, the Warrior went 39-19, won the GSAC Tournament and made the programs first appearance in the NAIA Opening Round Tournament. Westmont made a return trip to the NAIA Opening Round Tournament in 2015 and posted a record of 41-17.
In 2016, Westmont won the GSAC Regular season championship with a conference mark of 25-5 and an overall mark of 42-13. Ruiz was named the GSAC Baseball Coach of the Year, the first time a Westmont coach was so honored. Also for the first time in program history, Westmont hosted both the GSAC Championship Tournament and an NAIA Opening Round Tournament.
"Coach Ruiz is a strong Christian leader with a track record of winning", said Westmont Athletic Director Odell, "and he is someone who understands how to recruit and coach within the rigorous academic curriculum at Westmont."
A strong suit for the Warrior coach is his experience in evaluating baseball talent. Ruiz has served as a talent evaluator and instructor at the Stanford Baseball Camp, Team One Showcases and Under Armor National Tryouts, Tournaments and Camps.
Pitching Coach: Tony Cougoule
Tony Cougoule enters his 14th year as collegiate coach and begins his ninth year as the pitching coach for the Westmont baseball program. As the Warriors’ pitching coach, the staff has seen improvements in numerous statistical categories. From 2010 to 2013, the Warriors lowered their ERA by over a run each year. In 2014, the staff posted the lowest ERA (3.39) since 1977, only to be further reduced to 3.22 in 2015. In 2016, the staff ERA broke below 3.00, finishing at 2.97, which was eighth lowest in the NAIA.
The 2015 staff recorded the most strikeouts in program history (421) and the 2016 pitchers set single-season records for most saves (17) and most shutouts (8).
Cougoule has spent time as an instructor at numerous camps across the country including, Stanford, UCSB, UCSD, Team One Showcases and Under Armour National Tournaments.
955 La Paz Road
Santa Barbara, Ca 93108
How can I register for a camp?
All campers may reserve a space in camp with a credit card along with a completed application. Click here to register. CAMP IS FULL AND REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
Are all camps located on the Westmont Campus?
Yes! All camps are on the Westmont Campus and will utilize the Russ Carr Baseball Facility.
What happens if my child is injured or sick during camp?
Qualified trainers will be on duty for the duration of all camps to care for minor injuries and illness. Parents or guardians will be contacted immediately if there is a serious injury or a child needs to leave camp early for a medical reason. Please make a notation on the application form if there is any medical condition we should be aware of in advance of the camper¹s attendance to our soccer academies. Our athletic trainer will be available for questions on the first day of each camp and throughout the week.
What happens if my child is sick or injured and cannot attend camp? Do I get a cash refund?
Cancellations must be requested in writing in order to potentially receive a refund. Your email request must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no refunds for single day events.
What does each camper receive?
All Camps: Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt
Overnight Prospect Camp: Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and camp hat
Single Day Prospect Camp: Lunch provided
What should a camper bring with them to an overnight camp? (overnight only)
A complete packing list will be attached to your confirmation email. Please use this list as a guide: Sleeping bag or set of sheets and a blanket, pillow with case, 2 towels, baseball pants, baseball belt, work out t-shrits, baseball socks, glove, hat, cleats, turfs or athletic shoes, shorts, pajamas, bathing suit, one pair of sandals, alarm clock, sunscreen, toiletries, optional: book, stationary, camera and whatever else you feel you need.
Day Camp- Each camper should bring their own baseball equipment.
What airport is best to fly into and what about airport transportation?
Santa Barbara is the best to fly into. Check the box indicating you need transportation on your registration form and a $20 charge will be added to your registration
How much baseball will be played? (overnight only)
Typically we spend 8 hours per day on full days and 4-5 hours per day on half days.
What is the typical daily schedule for a camper? (overnight and single day camp listed below)
Single Day Camp Itinerary
- 9:00- Check in
- 9:30- Introduction
- 10:00- Defensive/Offensive Instruction
- 12:00- Lunch provided
- 1:00- Live game
- 5:00- Camp wrap up
Overnight Camp Itinerary
- 1st Day: 12:00-1:00 pm- check in
- 11:00- Check-in
- 12:00- Lunch in Dining Commons
- 1:00- Pro Style Workout and Player Evaluation (Hitting Video)
- 3:30- Controlled Scrimmage
- 4:30- Baserunning Instructional Session
- 5:30- Clean up and Shower for dinner
- 7:00- Dinner/Recruiting talk (day campers welcome- meal not included)
- 10:00- Curfew
- 2nd Day: 7:30- Breakfast
- 8:00- Breakfast (overnight campers)
- 9:30- Position Specific Defensive Instruction and Drill work
- 11:00- Batting Practice (Hitting instruction and Drill work in cages)
- 12:30- Lunch in Dining Commons (all campers)
- 1:30- Live Game
- 7:00- Dinner
- 8:00- Movie Night
- 10:30- Curfew
- 3rd Day: 7:30- Breakfast
- 8:00- Breakfast
- 9:00- On Field Batting Practice
- 10:00- Live game
- 12:30- Lunch (at field)
- 2:00- Camp wrap-up
Directions from South (Los Angeles)
Take 101 north and exit at Olive Mill Road. Turn right onto Olive Mill and then left onto Hot Springs Road. Turn right onto Sycamore Canyon Road and then right at Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas
Directions from North (Santa Barbara Airport)
Take 101 south and exit at #94B (Coast Village Road Exit - left exit). Turn left onto East Cabrillo Road, go through the roundabout and continue north on Hot Springs Road. Turn left onto Sycamore Canyon Road and right onto Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas