All-Ivy Softball Camps

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This clinic is designed for the highly motivated high school athlete who has aspirations of playing softball at the collegiate level. The camp is open to any and all entrants, however, enrollment is limited to students graduating high school in 2024 and older. Camp will be restricted by total number of students and by specific position to ensure afternoon games are balanced according to position.

Our All Ivy Softball Camps range in ages and we should have a program to fit your needs. If you do not see a date that works for you at this time please check back to the site as we add new sessions often. These clinics are open to any and all entrants.

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All-Ivy Softball Camps

All Ivy Softball Camps offer an opportunity for players to receive valuable instruction on the fundamental skills of softball. Players will be made aware of the characteristics that define successful softball players. General courtesy, respect for teammates and opponents and the importance of hard work will be taught to the players through example by the camp coaches. Drill progressions will be aimed towards recognizing and developing good habits in all aspects of the game. Contests built into drills capture the learner’s attention, which results in attentive practice. Organized games between players will provide a competitive outlet after specific drills have been practiced.

Established in 1954, the Ivy League is comprised of eight of the oldest universities in the United States. While the title is now commonly used to refer to the institutions’ academic prestige, it actually originated as the name for the athletic conference. Ivy League Softball commenced in 1980 and proceeded to become a hub for excellent athletes with exceptional academic backgrounds and potential. Please follow the links below to learn more about each program and school.

LEARN FROM LEGENDS

Staffs from Eight of the World’s Most Renowned Institutions

Sean Crowell and Karavin Dew
Brown University Assistant Coaches

Tarah McShane and Beth Krysiak
Columbia University Assistant Coaches

Allie Cukrov and Tara Tembey
Cornell University Assistant Coaches

Amy Meyer and Tim Homan
Dartmouth University Assistant Coaches

Lacy Wood
Harvard University Associate Head Coach

Jenny Rohn
Harvard University Assistant Coach

Megan Murray and Alyssa Davis
Princeton University Assistant Coaches

Laura Ricciardone
Yale University Assistant Coach

Ivy League Championship

  • Princeton leads the way with 19 total Ivy League Titles, followed by Harvard with 8. Of Princeton’s 19 titles, 18 have been won outright – also a top mark in the Ivy League record book. 
  • Princeton holds the longest Ivy League title streak with four in a row from 1986 -1989. 
  • The last team to play a perfect Ivy League slate was Harvard in 1998. The Crimson went 12-0 that season. In season with Ivy schedules containing 10 or more games, there have only been three unbeaten season (Princeton in 1994 and 1995 and Harvard in 1998).
  • In 2008, Cornell became the first team in Ivy history to win 40 or more games overall and NOT finish first in its division or overall. The Big Red went 40-10, but finished second behind Princeton in its division and missed out on the championship series. Princeton went on the sweep Harvard in the championship series.
  • The host institution has won 10-of-12 Ivy League Softball Championship Series. The 2018 Harvard and 2016 Princeton teams are the lone road victors. The Crimson won at Dartmouth, while the Tigers defeated Harvard. 

Past Champions

1980  Yale
1981   Penn
1982  Brown
1983  Princeton
1984  Princeton
1985  Princeton
1986  Brown, Princeton
1987  Princeton
1988  Princeton
1989  Princeton
1990  Brown
1991  Princeton
1992  Princeton
1993  Yale
1994  Princeton
1995  Princeton
1996  Princeton
1997  Brown
1998  Harvard
1999  Cornell
2000  Harvard
2001 Cornell, Harvard
2002 Princeton
2003 Princeton
2004 Cornell, Brown
2005 Princeton
2006 Princeton
2007 Harvard
2008 Princeton
2009 Cornell
2010 Cornell
2011 Harvard
2012 Harvard
2013 Penn
2014 Dartmouth
2015 Dartmouth
2016 Princeton
2017 Princeton
2018 Dartmouth, Harvard
2019 Harvard

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Please check your email regularly as this is the primary way we communicate. Any additional information we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be sent via the e-mail address you supplied when you signed up for the camp.

If you have specific needs/questions please email ivyleaguesoftballcamp@gmail.com

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Refunds less an 8% processing fee are given for clinic cancellations two weeks prior to the start of the clinic. If you have to cancel your registration within two weeks of the start of the clinic, you will be refunded 50% of the registration fee.

Camp is limited to students graduating in classes 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021

You should dress like you are practice or game ready.  We also ask that you wear a uniform.  Bring your softball glove, cleats, non-cleated athletic shoes (REQUIRED), bat and helmet (if you have one), and a water bottle. Catchers are required to bring catchers gear. 

All players are to provide their own snacks and lunch. Water Jugs will be on hand, but please bring a reusable water bottle to fill up and hydrate with. We will not be providing lunch.  There will be concession provided at facility.  Drinks, Snacks, Salads and a full grill will be available.  This will be at a cash only basis.  There will be a lunch break provided between 12-1pm.

It is assumed that each player will have some sort of storage/equipment bag for their own gear. We are not responsible for lost or stolen gear. Please mark your equipment (bats and gloves) with your name.

Players should be picked up & dropped off. We are not responsible for your player after each session is concluded. Players are welcome to watch the start of the next clinic from the seating area if they are waiting to be picked up

Absolutely! Parents should be observers only. Please allow all coaches and participants the space to fully participate in camp.  Parents are not to go on the field unless they are in attendance when an injury occurs.

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