Lierman Sr.’s spirit always part of College Coaches Camp

Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Jun 4, 2018

The ALB College Coaches Camp will celebrate its 25th year this summer, a testament to the passion of Alaska Legion players to get better as well as to the man that played a driving force in creating the first camp in 1994.

 

The late, great, longtime Chugiak Post 33 manager Bill Lierman Sr. worked tirelessly to grow youth baseball in Alaska and provide local kids with exposure to college coaches without leaving the state.

 

Sadly, he passed away in 2004. He will not be forgotten and we salute his dedication to the game.

 

This year’s Summer College Coaches Camp will be held June 18-21 at Mulcahy Stadium.

 

Once again, Alaska Legion players will receive one-on-one instruction from eight college coaches for four days.

 

There are no Legion games that week, so AA and A players have plenty of time to work on throwing, batting, pitching and base running drills.

 

You're never too cool to fine tune fundamentals.

 

Take advantage of player evaluations and earn a chance to play the Anchorage Bucs of the Alaska Baseball League on June 21.

 

Get it all for just $95.

 

The camp is limited 115 Alaska Legion players.