Triangle Youth Clinic at the ACC Baseball Championship

Triangle Youth Clinic: A Baseball Clinic for Youth Baseball Players
In Conjunction with the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship

Saturday, May 26, 2018

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Historic Durham Athletic Park
500 West Corporation Street, Durham, NC
10:30 am to 3:00 pm

Age Groups:

Ages 7 & 8: Clinic from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Lunch Served: 12:30 pm

Ages 9 to 12: Clinic from 10:30 am to 3 pm
Lunch Included at 12:30 pm


Ages 7 & 8: $10

Ages 9 to 12: $20

To register, visit

What’s Included?

• Hours of high-quality professional instruction
• Handouts on drills designed to aid training and continued improvement after the camp concludes
• Opportunity to meet and learn from top coaches and athletes
• Official commemorative Triangle Youth Clinic t-shirt
• Goody bag containing a variety of special gift items
• Lunch, snacks, water, juices, isotonics, and other beverages/refreshments
• Ticket for semi-final game at the ACC Baseball Championship
• Opportunity for discount tickets adjacent to player block for friends, family, and more
• Parade of Athletes at the ACC Championship semi-final
• Commemorative photos of the parade
• Official Triangle Youth Clinic participation certificate


Head Coach: Eric Campbell, USA Baseball
Eric Campbell is USA Baseball’s General Manager, National Teams, working with the College National Team and Professional Team. Campbell joined the USA Baseball staff in January 2000 as the primary administrator to the Junior National Team (now 18U program) after serving as a volunteer administrator at two United State Olympic Committee (USOC) Olympic Festivals and an administrator and coach to various USA Baseball teams and events. After four years, he was promoted to the General Manager position.

In his 18 years at USA Baseball, Campbell has served as the primary or assistant team administrator for almost 40 national teams. USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team won gold medals at the 2004, 2006 and 2008 FISU World Collegiate Championships, and he helped guide the 2008 U.S. Olympic Baseball Team to a bronze medal in Beijing. Campbell also served on the technical committee for the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006 and was the team leader for the 2009 squad.

Instructor: Jim Koerner, NCCU Head Coach
Coach Koerner has been at the helm of the Eagles since 2011 when he became the second head coach in NCCU’s modern-day baseball history. He arrived at NCCU after five seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the University at Buffalo. Coach Koerner was tasked with leading the team during its first year at the Division I level. The 19 victories were three more than the previous three years combined, and a surprising second place finish in the very tough Southern Division of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, NCCU sent a message that Eagles baseball would be a force to reckon with in the coming years.

Instructor: Eric Tyler, Baseball Rebellion
Before Eric Tyler started at Baseball Rebellion, he was a Volunteer Assistant Coach for East Carolina University’s baseball team. Eric led the outfielders and assisted daily with the hitters. Tyler, a 4-year starter for the ECU Pirates (2014-2017), played 5 different positions throughout his time at ECU including third base his final two years. Eric was a part of teams that won the 2015 AAC Conference Tournament championship, as well as the 2016 Charlottesville Regional championship. The 2016 regional championship team also accounted for the schools first ever win in a Super Regional beating Texas Tech 8-6. Eric was named a team co-captain prior to his senior year as well as being awarded First-Team All-American Conference honors. Eric graduated from East Carolina in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Parks Management with a minor in Business Administration. Eric is a native of Landis, NC.

Instructor: Rodney Whitesell, Holly Springs High School
Rod Whitesell has been the head coach at Holly Springs High School for the past 12 years and has led the Hawks to three conference titles and the 2011 state championship. During his time as a coach, Rod has coached over 30 collegiate players and 2 current professional players.

Parade of Athletes:

All Youth Clinic participants in uniform can join in the Parade of Athletes prior to the start of the ACC Championship Semifinals. The parade will proceed across the playing field and there will be photos of all athletes in the parade.

All Youth Clinic participants receive a free ticket to the game!

ACC Baseball Championships Semifinals
Durham Bulls Athletic Park
409 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC
Saturday, May 26, 2018 5:00 pm

Friends and family will be able to purchase discount tickets for the game and will be seated in the same section as the clinic participants.

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 ACC Baseball Championship

May 22-27, 2018

Durham Bulls Athletic Park



Single games tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by calling  919-956-BULL or by clicking here.

Single-game Four Packs are available as well. The Four Pack includes 4 tickets to one game (on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday) and 4 Bojangles gift cards. To purchase a Family Pack, fans can contact Rachel Hamby at 336-701-1420 ext. 104 or at

The ACC is also offering full tournament ($150), weekend ($45), and group packages . For more information about ticket packages, contact Jake May at 919-687-6576 or

ACC Ticket Package Flyer

ACC Group Packages Flyer

ACC Family Pack Flyer


Enter to win a VIP Experience at the ACC Baseball Championship!

The VIP Experience includes 2 ticket books for the 2018 ACC Baseball Championship (includes all 15 games), a $1,500 travel voucher, and a hotel room for 5 nights in Durham, NC.

To enter, click here.


Things to do in the Triangle

ACC Baseball Championship FanFest

North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleigh)

Museum of Life + Science (Durham)

Freedom Balloon Festival (Fuquay-Varina)

Duke Basketball Museum and Hall of Fame (Durham)

Brightleaf Square (Durham)

The Streets at Southpoint (Durham)

Raleigh Farmer’s Market (Raleigh)

Eno River State Park (Durham)

Dorothea Dix Park (Raleigh)

Check out the ACC Baseball FanFest!


Places to Eat

Top Places to Eat in Durham

Top Places to Eat In Raleigh 





Downtown Durham Marriott

Fairfield Inn and Suites Southpoint

Hilton Durham

Hilton Garden Inn Durham Southpoint

Hyatt Place Southpoint

Marriott RTP

Sheraton Imperial


Take A Tour of the Durham Bulls Athletic Park!