Triple Crown Sports is proud to present Head Coach Gordon Eakin and his BYU coaching staff paired up with Rhonda Revelle her coaching Nebraska staff as they bring you one of the most intimate on field camp experiences available in the market. Open to any and all in the 2022 - 2024 graduating classes, the camp will be limited to 40 participants. This camp is designed to improve skills through specialized instruction by one of the top coaching staffs in collegiate softball today. Come join us at Aurora Sports Park for this one of a kind opportunity on Monday July 1st!
- Record of 605-271 (.691) after 15 years as head coach
- USA National Team hitting coach in 2009-2010
- Coached Cougars to four-consecutive West Coast Conference championships, nine-straight conference championships spanning four conferences
- Guided BYU to five Mountain West Conference championships in the team's last seven years in the conference (2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011) while never finishing lower than third in the conference
- Also led BYU to the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship in 2012 and the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Championship in 2013
- Led BYU to the inaugural West Coast Conference Championship in 2014
- Highest winning percentage in MWC history in MWC games (.750) and overall.
- Selected as the MWC Coach of the Year (2009, 2010, 2011), PCSC Coach of the Year (2013) and WCC Coach of the Year (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
- Guided BYU to a No. 15 finish in both major polls in 2010 and a No.21/20 finish in 2017
- Named as the Coach of the Year in the 2008 Y Awards Ceremony
- Led BYU to first-ever NCAA Super Regional appearance in 2010 and 13-straight NCAA tournament appearances overall
- Coached 13 All-Americans
- Coached 7 MWC Players of the Year, 1 WAC Player of the Year, 1 PCSC Player of the Year, 3 MWC Freshmen of the Year, 1 PCSC Freshman of the Year, 2 WCC Freshmen of the Year, 2 MWC Pitchers of the Year, 3 WCC Players of the Year, 3 WCC Pitchers of the Year and 2 WCC Defensive Players of the Year
- Coached 29 All-Region performers, 22 All-MWC performers, 3 All-WAC performers, 6 All-PCSC perfomers and 27 All-WCC performers
- Guided BYU to top-ten national finishes in slugging percentage six times, home runs per game six times, batting average four times and scoring four times
- Coached two players who would go on to play professionally, including MWC Player of the Year Angeline Quiocho who finished first in the nation in home runs per game and RBI per game in 2010
- BYU Head Coach (2003-Present)
- BYU Assistant Coach (2000-01)
Players will not have access to the fields for warm-up until 7:30 a.m. and the camp will begin promptly at 8 a.m. Please plan for a full four hours of instruction. Come prepared with everything needed to play ball and run drills comfortably and plenty of water as you will be performing at altitude. Most of all, bring a great attitude! Identification bibs will be provided to all participants along with a souvenir t-shirt.
Triple Crown will retain a 20% administrative fee for all withdrawals prior to May 25th, 2019. No refund will be provided after that date.
AURORA SPORTS PARK
19300 E Colfax Ave
Aurora, Colorado 80011
Aurora, Colorado 80011
I-70 to Tower Road South. Left (East) on Colfax to Dunkirk Street. Right (South) to Aurora Sports Park. FROM E-470: Exit at Colfax Avenue. Go West to Dunkirk, turn left to Aurora Sports Park.