Virginia Baseball Camps, Inc
Experience: Operating since 1985
Safety: An impeccable record for 24 consecutive years
Organization: The heart and soul of our success. Each detail of every instructional block is planned well in advance to ensure that our campers receive top quality, personalized instruction.
Size: Small group size is essential for quality instruction and quantity repetitions
Fun: Our sessions are designed to be enjoyable learning experiences-hard work is fun when your game is improving.
Building Big League Citizens
Look to the future! It’s easy to see that parents must begin at an early age to prepare their son emotionally, intellectually, and physically to ensure his place in the future of a complex world. A camp experience is an important step toward this goal. Important, because a camp experience cannot be duplicated in any other way. In addition to baseball, our camps strive to develop your son in the following areas:
• Desire to improve
• Physical conditioning
• Courage in competitive situations
Baseball development is our goal but it is also a means to the even greater end of helping a boy become a man.
Shop and Compare
We urge you to shop and compare camps because selecting a camp for your son deserves more attention than purchasing any tangible product. Compare our rates, excellent facilities, outstanding instructors, comprehensive format, and small camper-to-coach ratio. Above all, select a camp with personnel committed to educating your son. We are confident that you will find our camp to not only provide more for your money than others, but will also be the highlight of your summer.
About the Directors
Dennis Womack and Scott Gines have been coaching together since 1983, and together established the Virginia Baseball Camp, Inc. in 1985. This tandem represents the administrative and organizational backbone of this nationally regarded camp company.
Dennis Womack completed his 23-year tenure as the UVA head baseball coach in 2003, forging a legacy that includes: UVA’s all-time career wins leader (594), re-writing the UVA baseball record book, and a long line of All-Americans, Academic All-Americans, All-ACC, All-State, professional draft picks, and all with an impeccable graduation success rate. Coach Womack also played an integral role in the recent construction of one of the nation’s finest on-campus collegiate stadiums, Davenport Field. Womack is currently a UVA assistant athletic director, and he holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from Auburn University.
Scott Gines began his coaching career assisting Dennis Womack in 1983, and in 2000 completed his 13th season as a head coach. Coach Gines completed his 6th season at VMI in 2000, preceded by 7 seasons as Radford University’s head coach. During Gines’ tenures at both institutions,virtually every school record was broken, and he departed each school at the top of their baseball win chart. Gines became the Director of Athletics and Sports Management at Dakota Wesleyan University in August 2000. In December 2004 Gines became the director of athletics at Fairmont State University, and following a successful building campaign he became the athletics director at Texas A&M University-Kingsville where he now serves as the vice president of institutional advancement. Gines is a graduate of the VMI, UVA, Sports Management Institute and Higher Education Management Institute.