Revolution Softball Camps Announces 2011 Summer Camp Schedule

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With more than 50,000 camp graduates since 2001, eCamps has become one of the largest summer camp companies in the United States. eCamps would like to introduce Revolution Softball Camps which will be held at various locations in the Northeast.

“Teams are developed in the season, while players are developed in the summer,” according to Matt Cook, the Executive Director of the Revolution Softball Camps.

Revolution Softball Camps has published their 2011 summer softball camp schedule. Over the past 5 years we have received much interest about running softball camps from families in all of our other sports.

Revolution Softball Camps have a unique balance between instruction and scrimmages at their camps, providing campers with the opportunity to learn new skills while also gaining game-time experience. Our summer softball camps are designed for athletes to learn, develop, and enhance their skills in all phases of softball. We provide the opportunity to become better softball players by hiring some of the best coaches and players in the sport today.

Softball is one of the largest team sports for girls in the country with over 2.25 million youth players and 235,000 high school players, according to Softball Excellence. Many coaches appreciate the role that camp plays in the development of team members. “Teams are developed in the season, while players are developed in the summer,” according to Matt Cook, the Executive Director of the Revolution Softball Camps. This year, over 100,000 players will attend a summer softball camp for girls.

Interested prospective campers can learn more about Revolution Softball Camps and view the 2011 softball camps schedule at SummerSoftballCamp.com

Revolution Softball Camps is a division of eCamps, Inc. eCamps is a nationally recognized provider of summer sports camps. Other camps include the adidas Tennis Camps, Revolution Field Hockey Camps, GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps and the International Squash Academy.

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