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General Information

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Hoya Softball Camps at Georgetown that are not answered on this site, please contact Shanan Conlan at 540-580-1530 or hoyasoftballcamps@gmail.com.


Overnight campers are housed in one of the Georgetown dormitories. Camp staff supervises all campers in the dorm 24 hours a day. Campers must bring their own linens and towels. Campers are assigned TWO PER ROOM - we do not have triple rooms. We will do our best to accept roommate requests, however if a camper does not have a request, we will pair the campers according to age. Please be sure that the roommate you are requesting has also requested you. Please do NOT write “any player from XYZ team.” All dormitories are air conditioned and the main doors are secured with computerized door locks.


All campers will be provided meals in the Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall on campus or catered in the dormitory. Meals are buffet style, all you can eat. There are numerous food options including vegetarian. Commuters will be responsible for breakfast before camp but lunch and dinner are provided. The first meal provided will be dinner on July 29th.

Overnight Camp Room / Key Deposit

A $100 key/conference card deposit is required. Checks need to be made payable to Hoya All-Skills Softball Camps and brought to registration. Room/key deposit checks will be returned at check-out, after room inspections are complete. Any damaged or missing items in the dorms or lost keys (conference card that allows access to the dorm) will result in the forfeiture of your room/key deposit.


Parents are welcome to stay and watch the camp from the stands.

Day Campers / Commuters

Commuters will participate in all aspects of the daily schedule which includes lunch and dinner. Commuters are dropped off and picked up at Cooper Field each day. Commuters are asked to bring a change of clothes each day.


Camp will be held on the beautiful campus of Georgetown University. Facilities that will be utilized on campus include Cooper Field, the batting cages, McDonough Gym and the Thompson Athletic Center. *Cooper Field and our batting cages are turf. Molded cleats, turf or sneakers are preferred.

What You Need To Bring To Camp

  • Enough clothing to cover each day
  • Linens (twin sheets, blanket, pillow)
  • Toiletries and towel
  • Check for $100/key deposit (will be returned at check-out upon return of dorm key)
  • SNEAKERS and Cleats
  • Water Bottle
  • Catchers must bring their own catcher’s gear.
  • All personal softball gear (We recommend labeling your gear in case of being misplaced)
  • Sun block, visor, cap and/or sunglasses
  • Spending money for Hoya Snaxa snack shop (The Hoya Snaxa snack shop only takes credit/debit cards. No cash is necessary)
  • Snacks (if overnight)

Example of Daily Schedule

8:00 am Breakfast for overnight campers
9:00-11:30 am Skills stations
12:00-1:30 pm Lunch
2:00-4:30 pm Position play
5:00-6:00pm Dinner
6:30-9:00 pm Games/Specialty

Georgetown University is committed to the care and protection of those under 18 years of age. All University-sponsored and affiliated activities and programs, as well as those operated on campus by non-University organizations, must comply with the University’s Protection of Minors Policy. For more information, go to protectionofminors.georgetown.edu.