The Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Prospect Camp is a one-day camp that offers high school student-athletes the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the best college coaches in the nation. The camp is a combination of a college instructional camp and pro-style workout, all in front of current college coaches, and each player will receive a post clinic written coach evaluation. The camp is October 8, 2017.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Penmen Field on the campus of Southern New Hampshire University
2500 North River Road, Manchester, N.H. 03106
- Greeting/Introduction from SNHU Head Coach Scott Loiseau
- Pro-style Workout
- 60-Yard Dash Times
- “The College Recruiting Process” Informational Talk with Question and Answer Session
- Position Specific Training
- Pitcher Evaluations Conducted on Game Mound
- Player Evaluations with 60 Times, Arm Velocity, Player Rating, and Notes
Scott Loiseau, Head Coach
is a native of Worcester,
Mass. He played collegiately at Franklin Pierce University, and has had coaching stints at Franklin Pierce, the College of the Holy Cross, the Brewster White Caps (Cape Cod Baseball League), and Oklahoma University.
Southern New Hampshire Career:
Record: 269-139 (.659)
Northeast-10 Conference Champions: 2014, 2017
NCAA Regional Appearances: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
World Series Appearances: 2012
What they are saying about Coach
“He is one of the most respected guys in the Northeast. He took a team that had never won [SNHU] and flipped it immediately. His integrity, reputation as a person and as a worker is unmatched.”
– Pete Hughes Head Coach, Oklahoma
Patrick Austin, Assistant Coach
a native of Wallingford
Conn. Austin p
collegiately at Keene State College and
in Europe’s premier baseball league, the
. He joined the SNHU baseball
staff in 2013, and the Penmen have advanced to the NCAA Regional Tournament each year he has been on the staff. Austin also served as interim Co-Head Coach in 2015.
Zach LeBarron, Assistant Coach
Coach LeBarron is a Bennington, Vermont native. LeBarron was a member of the SNHU baseball team in 2011 and 2012, and helped the Penmen capture the 2012 NCAA East Regional title and advance to the 2012 NCAA Division II College World Series. At the conclusion of his collegiate career, LeBarron signed a professional contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and continued to pitch professionally through the 2015 season. LeBarron returned to Manchester in 2015, and has been a member of the SNHU coaching staff the past three seasons.
Registration Fee: $150
Walk-Ups Welcome: A $25 late fee will be added for non-registered, day of walk-ups (players who have not submitted the form or contacted the coaching staff).
Please make checks payable to:
Starting 9, LLC
SNHU Baseball Office
2500 N. River Rd.
Manchester, N.H. 03106
Any further questions may be directed to SNHU Assistant Baseball Coach Zach LeBarron (firstname.lastname@example.org).