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Head Coach Mike Shehorn Announces Wildcat Softball College Exposure Camp in December

Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved. Photo by Katlynne Tubo. April 2, 2019 vs. Jefferson (Game Two).
Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved. Photo by Katlynne Tubo. April 2, 2019 vs. Jefferson (Game Two).

NEWARK, Del. - - Three-time and reigning CACC Tournament Champion head coach Mike Shehorn and his coaching staff has announced they are hosting the Wildcat Softball College Exposure Camp at the Titus Sports Training Center in the 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington, Delaware on December 8.

The Wildcats' coaching staff will welcome interested participants on Sunday, December 8 to 76ers Fieldhouse. The clinic is aimed to help high school softball players who are looking to play at the next level get exposure and in front of the eyes of at least 12 college and university coaches. The cost to attend each clinic is $150.00 and will encompass both offensive and position specific skills.

Registration and payment can be filled out online here:

The camp will run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and participants have the opportunity to meet and learn from the current Wilmington University coaching staff, get position specific instruction, hitting and slapping, footwork and glove work, as well as individual pitching and catching instruction.

Some of the other colleges that will be represented at the camp by their coaching staff will be: Adelphi, Arcadia, Delaware State, Dominican (NY), Drexel, Fairleigh Dickinson, Hartford, New York University, Post, Shippensburg, USciences, and Wesleyan (Conn.).

This is an indoor camp that will take place in the new, state of art 76ers Fieldhouse and Titus Sports Training. This facility features a full indoor turf soccer field, drop down batting cages, and much more. Every participant will have the chance to work with every coach in a small group setting. There will be live pitcher vs. hitter, live defensive sessions, drill work and so much more. Players and parents will also have the chance to find out how to properly navigate through the recruiting process.

All participants are required to bring their own softball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, running or turf shoes, hat/visor, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Catchers must bring their own gear.

For more information or any questions and concerns, please contact head coach Mike Shehorn at (302) 632-3386 or by email at