Diamond Direction is a softball camp and tournament organization that can help you get on the right path to play college level ball. Our camps will drive and direct athletes to learn, develop and enhance their skills on the diamond so that they are competitive at any level of play. Through partnerships with some of the best collegiate coaches and players in the sport today, as well as low camper to coach ratios, we provide the opportunity for athletes to improve both offensively and defensively, and give them the direction that will propel them into collegiate sports. Our campers understand the skill and intensity it takes to play at their highest level. Our staff is eager develop the best players possible, while providing an opportunity to spend time with some of the best collegiate coaches in the United States. Are you serious about your game and ready to work with the best? Then you’ve come to the right place. Get on the path to success at Diamond Direction.
Summer Camps will open on TBA. All camps will have a head count limit and each program will feature either hitting, defense or pitching. If you are interested in attending one of the on-campus camps, you will need to register directly on each schools camp website. This is an unprecedented opportunity to visit this number of schools within a very small geography PLUS get to see them all in one event at the Diamond Direction Prospects Camp.
If you have a specific question about any of the camps, please reach out directly to that camps administrator.
*Camps are open to any and all limited only by age and number*
Colleges Attending Upcoming Camps
University of Virginia
University of Pittsburgh
Lenior Rhyne College
Mars Hill University
College of Charleston
East Carolina University
University of Tennessee
Queens University of Charlotte
East Tennessee State
North Carolina Central University
UNC Chapel Hill
• Check Back....Additional Colleges Coming Soon
All Diamond Direction Softball Camps or clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.