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Dear Coach Hillson,
I had a lot of fun at your Individual camp and learned a lot about my swing when the coaches analyzed it with the camera. It was really great meeting you and getting to know some of the players.
Just wanted to say that my son Nolan really enjoyed the baseball camp last week. He said he really liked all the different hitting stations. He also surprised me when he told me that they broke pitching down into 5 steps....(I was glad he was listening)
Please keep us on the email list for the father/son camp next year.
Bryan W. -
You're the best!!
In the last ball game of the season tonight, Nicholas employed some of the techniques he learned during camp. He had a couple solid hits past short and 2nd plus some skillful plays while on 2nd.
Nicholas A. - Erie, PA
Thanks for a job well done! Nathan and I had a great time over the weekend. He learned some very good hitting, pitching, and fielding techniques and I learned a few new coaching tips as well. Coach Perry and the players did a great job with our group. If all works out with my Army schedule next year, I'll be back with Nathan, his older brother, and maybe even a friend or two and their sons.
We've been to several other camps and it was nice to have the small group, personal interaction, and scheduled fun time. It was also nice to see the MU campus for the first time since graduation back in 1990. Complements to your wife for the BBQ chicken, pasta salad, and cupcakes.
Joe attended your summer camp. He was invited down south to a division 1 school's showcase/camp recently. It was a 2 day program, very intense, but i'll tell you, my son and i both agree your camp was more organized and skills based. They had too much down time. He walked away from your camp pumped!
Buy the way, he left your camp and went right into senior legion all star competition. He was the youngest player on the team. Against bradford county, in a game leading to the championship, he went 2/3 with 4 rbi's. Other than that, due to his age, he was only used as a ph. He batted .375 with 6 rbi's in four games.
He'll probably attend your summer camp again. He really enjoyed every minute of it.
Head Coach Mansfield University
In the 149 years that baseball has been played at Mansfield University, no head coach has won as many games as Harry Hillson. Now entering his 27th season, Hillson ranks among the most successful coaches in NCAA Division II history and owns the best winning percentage of any coach in the PSAC.
Since 1992, Hillson has directed his Mountaineers to five Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships, three North Atlantic Regional Championships and three trips to the NCAA Division II World Series.
In 2006, the Mountaineers made their 13th trip to the PSAC playoffs under his tutelage after posting a 31-24 overall record. The previous season, Hillson became the fastest coach in Pennsylvania collegiate baseball history to reach the 600 win milestone.
In 2004, Hillson guided his Mountaineers to their 10th PSAC East crown in the his first 18 years at the helm. It also marked the 11th time his teams have won 30 or more games in a season.
Andrew Chalot, formally the assistant coach at West Virginia Tech and head coach for the Slippery Rock Sliders of the Prospect Baseball League for the past two seasons, enters his second season as an assistant with the Mansfield University baseball team.
Chalot serves as the pitching coach and recruiting coordination for the Mountaineers.
"We're pleased to have Andy join the staff," said Hillson. "He comes highly recommended and has already proven himself to be an knowledgeable teacher and excellent recruiter. We're confident coach Chalot will help us maintain and enhance the outstanding reputation of Mountaineer baseball."
Chalot comes to Mansfield from West Virginia Tech University where he served as an assistant coach. While at W.V. Tech, Chalot served as Recruiting Coordinator and assisted in the development of the strength and conditioning program for the Golden Bears.