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Lobos Announce Spring Camps
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  01/10/2006
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

Jan. 10, 2006

UNM Baseball Camps

Spring Training Application in PDF Format
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Spring Break Application in PDF Format

Camp Waiver in PDF Format

Register Online

2006 Spring Training Camp (6-12 years) - Feb. 13, 30, 27, Mar. 6, 13 (Mondays)
• 6-7:45 p.m.
• at Ambrose Alday Hitting Complex
• $150
• Camp is limited to 30 kids per age group

2006 Spring Training Camp (13-18 years) - Feb. 8, 15, 22, Mar. 1, 8 (Wednesdays)
• 6-7:45 p.m.
• at Ambrose Alday Hitting Comples
• $150
• Camp is limited to 30 kids per age group

Lobo Spring Break Camp (6-12 years) - March 27-28
• at Lobo Field
• 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
• $75

Location
Lobo Field
Lobo Field, home of University of New Mexico Baseball. Lobo Field is located on the west side of University Blvd., just south of "The Pit." To get to Lobo Field from I-25, turn east onto Avenida Caesar Chavez then south on University Blvd.

To get to Lobo Field from the airport, take Yale out of the airport and turn left on Gibson. Take Gibson to University Blvd and turn right. Lobo Field is six blocks down, on the left.

Ambrose Alday Hitting Complex
This indoor facility is located at Lobo Field. As you are pulling up to the field, it is located on the south side (towards Gibson).

Purpose
The purpose of the Lobo Baseball Camps is to provide instruction for youth players from ages 6-18 and to expose them to the fundamentals of hitting. The campers will benefit from instruction by the Lobo Baseball coaching staff as well as numerous current and former players. The camp is designed to prepare the campers from their upcoming season.

For information call Ken Jacome at (505) 925-5721, Trent Petrie 925-5567 or Josh Simpson (719) 688-1347. Applications may be faxed to 925-5529 or emailed to Ken Jacome or Trent Petrie. Click here for online registration.


Rich Alday
Head Coach
UNM Lobos - 17th year

Now in his 17th season as the head coach of Lobo baseball, Rich Alday is already second on the school's all-time victory list and has led the Lobos to more than any other coach in school history.

Under Alday, UNM won the 2000 Mountain West Conference regular season title and he was named the league's inaugural coach of the year. He has also coached on a national level and was on the Team USA staff in 1988 and 1996, which both won Olympic medals with such stars as Tino Martinez, Jack McDowell, Andy Benes and Robin Ventura.

A two-time WAC coach of the year, Alday has won over 800 games in an illustrious collegiate career. He won more than 450 games at Pima Community College in Arizona, where he began the program and turned it into a national junior college power from 1972-88. Alday is a 1971 graduate of Emporia State, where he was an All-American catcher. He played professionally in the Washington Senators organization before coaching.

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