WAIVER AND RELEASE FOR SOFTBALL These camps are hosted, organized, and administrated by EVANGEL UNIVERSITY members of the coaching staff at Evangel University (Please Sign) 2011 EVANGEL SOFTBALL CAMPSI, , on behalf of(hereinafter referred to as “CHILD”) HEREBY WAIVE AND RELEASE, indemnify, hold harmless andforever discharge EVANGEL UNIVERSITY and its agents, employees, officers, directors, affiliates, Springfield, Missouri 65802 1111 N. Glenstone Ave EVANGEL UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPS Donovan Nelson—Summer Camps Directorsuccessors and assigns, of and from any and all claims, demands, debts, contracts, expenses, causes ofaction, lawsuits, damages and liabilities, of every kind and nature, whether known or unknown, in law orequity, that I or CHILD ever had or may have, arising from or in any way related to CHILD’S participationin any of the events or activities conducted by, on the premises of, or for the benefit of EVANGELUNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPS provided that this waiver of liability does not apply to any acts of grossnegligence, or intentional, willful or wanton misconduct.I understand that the activities that said CHILD will participate in are inherently dangerous and may causeserious or grievous injuries, including bodily injury, damage to personal property and/or death. On behalfof myself, CHILD, my heirs, assigns and next of kin, I and said CHILD waive all claims for damages,injuries and death sustained to me or my property, that I or said CHILD may have against the aforemen-tioned released party to such activity.CHILD has the necessary and requisite skills to participate in all facets of, and activities of and requestedof this facility, except as noted below. The nature of the activities has been fully disclosed and any flyer, CRUSADER SOFTBALLadvertisement, or brochure relating to the participating activities is expressly made a part of this WAIVERAND RELEASE.By this Waiver, I, on behalf of said CHILD, assume any risk, and take full responsibility and waive anyclaims of personal injury, death or damage to personal property associated with EVANGEL UNIVERSITY 2011 CAMPSSOFTBALL CAMPS, including but not limited to training at the facility, using the facility/field/stadium andits equipment, practicing and/or engaging in any softball drills, exercises, leagues, or activities, events orother related activities on and off the premises. Advanced Hitting CampThis WAIVER AND RELEASE contains the entire agreement between the parties, and super cedes anyprior written or oral agreements between them concerning the subject matter of this WAIVER AND June 2 ◊ 5—8 PM ◊ Grades 9—12 ◊ $60RELEASE. The provisions of this WAIVER AND RELEASE may be waived, altered, amended orrepealed, in whole or in part, only upon the prior written consent of all parties. Instructional Hitting CampThe provision of this WAIVER AND RELEASE will continue in full force and effect even after the termina-tion of the activities conducted by, on the premises of, or for the benefit of, EVANGEL UNIVERSITY June 9 ◊ 8—12 pm ◊ Grades 5—12 ◊ $75SOFTBALL CAMPS whether by agreement, by operation of law, or otherwise.I have read, understand and fully agree to the terms of this WAIVER AND RELEASE. I understand and Instructional Pitching Campconfirm that by signing this WAIVER AND RELEASE said CHILD and I have given up considerable future June 9 ◊ 1—5 pm ◊ Grades 5—12 ◊ $75legal rights. I have signed this Agreement freely, voluntarily, under no duress or threat of duress, withoutinducement, promise or guarantee being communicated to me. My signature is proof of my intention toexecute a complete and unconditional WAIVER AND RELEASE of all liability to the full extent of the law. Beginning PitchingMedical Conditions. CHILD is subject to the following allergies or medical conditions, and I authorize the June 21 ◊ 5—8 pm ◊ Grades 4—9 ◊ $60facility to disclose these conditions to a physician or other medical professional in the event said CHILDshould require emergency medical care: Hitting Drills, Drills, Drills June 23 ◊ 5—8 pm ◊ Grades 5—12 ◊ $60Prohibited Activities. As a result of the above-mentioned medical conditions, I, on behalf of said CHILD,am prohibiting involvements in the following specific activities 417 Combine Camps July 12Date JR—SR ◊ 8—12 pm ◊ $25Printed Name of CHILD FR—SO ◊ 1—5 pm ◊ $25Printed Name of Parent (Guardian) Advanced Pitching CampSignature of Parent (Guardian July 14 ◊ 8—12 pm ◊ Grades 9—12 ◊ $75 Attach necessary documentation for Medical Alerts such as allergic reactions, contacts, etc.Insurance: EVANGEL UNIVERSITY furnishes an Interscholastic Athletic Insurance Policy that provides Beginning Softball Camplimited benefits for all students in the camp who participate in the athletic activities. The policy providesexcess coverage for students with other insurance coverage, but it pays only when other benefits have July 19 ◊ 8—12 pm ◊ Grades 2—6 ◊ $45been exhausted. In cases in which a student has no other coverage with either a commercial insuranceagency, Medicare, or Medicaid, the EVANGEL UNIVERSITY CAMP insurance policy is the primarypolicy, but it will only cover the participant according to the terms of the insurance. If your daughtershould be injured while participating in the camp the following procedures must be followed to process a For More Information Contact:claim under the insurance provided by EVANGEL UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMP.• Pick up a claim form at your school. Donovan Nelson• See a physician within 30 days of the injury. Summer Camps Director• Complete and submit the Accident Claim form. The claim form must be filed with the insurance com-pany within 60 days of the injury and should include the Explanation of Benefits form from your primary email@example.com 417.865.2811 say “CAMPS”insurance carrier.Have your head coach contact the Evangel University Softball staff within 30 days of your injury.
Evangel University Softball Camps EVANGEL LADY CRUSADER SOFTBALL SUCCESS PLAYER REGISTRATION 10 Heart of America Athletic Conference Championships 10 NAIA/NFCA All-Americans June 2 ADVANCED HITTING SKILLS $60.00 Hitting Clinics 81 HAAC All-Conference Selections 14 seasons with 20 or more wins Location: Evangel University Fieldhouse NAIA Academic National Champions 2008 7 seasons with 30 or more wins June 9 INSTRUCTIONAL HITTING $75.00 June 9 INSTRUCTIONAL PITCHING $75.00 5 players who won conference player of the year 6 time coach of the year Advanced Hitting June 21 BEGINNING PITCHING $60.00 Date: June 2 Time: 5:00—8:00 PM Cost: $60.00 Top 10 National Ranking (2006) One 40 Win Season Ages: Grades 9—12 June 23 HITTING DRILLS, DRILLS, DRILLS $60.00 JULY 12 417 COMBINE CAMP (FRESH/SOPH) $25.00 Instructional Hitting Date: June 9 Time: 8:00 AM —12:00 PM Cost: $75.00 417 Combine Camp July 12 417 COMBINE CAMP (JR/SR) $25.00 Ages: Grades 5—12 Location: Evangel University Fieldhouse July 14 ADVANCED PITCHING CLINIC $75.00 Hitting Drills, Drills, Drills Junior—Senior Combine July 19 BEHINNING SOFTBALL SKILLS $45.00 Date: June 23 Time: 5:00 PM—8:00 PM Cost: $60.00 Date: July 12 Time: 8:00 AM—12:00 PM Cost: $25.00 Must be entering the 11th or 12th gradesThese camps are designed to give your child mechanical instruction onhitting skills using Right View Pro technology. The techniques and Freshman—Sophomore Combineskills taught will be the foundational principles necessary to be a suc- Date: July 12 Time: 1:00 PM—5:00 PM Cost: $25.00 Grade you will be in in 2011cessful hitter. Each camper will be instructed by the Evangel Univer- Must be entering the 9th or 10th gradessity coaching staff in offensive hitting mechanics. These skills are the This combine camp is an introduction to skills that are necessary to Namesame used by the United States Olympic softball team and the past 7NCAA Softball Champions. compete at high levels of softball. We will introduce and teach the skills and provide campers an opportunity to demonstrate their skills to AddressEach camper should dress in play clothes and plan to be both outside college coaches according to what the coaches believe are necessaryand inside. Campers should bring their own bat, batting gloves, and parameters (speed, time, throwing speed, etc.) City ZIPhelmet. Cleats are optional but sneakers are required indoors. Camp-ers should wear sunscreen and pack a drink or water bottle and a snack. It is a good opportunity for young players to be taught important skills Cell Phone Home Phone as well as provide them a pre-test like foundation they can use as they work to improve their overall game as they seek an opportunity to play Emergency Contact Home Phone softball collegiately. Pitching Clinics Parent or Guardian Signature Location: Evangel University Fieldhouse This will be limited to only students from the 417 area code, so they will have the full attention of local college coaches. Instructional Pitching Softball Skills, Hitting, and Pitching Camps Date: June 9 Time: 1:00 PM—5:00 PM Cost: $75.00 Students should bring all of their own equipment, sunscreen, water, Ages: Grades 5—12 snacks as needed, etc. YOUTH T Shirt Size S M L . Beginning Pitching Date: June 21 Time: 5:00 PM —8:00 PM Cost: $60.00 ADULT T Shirt Size S M L XL XXL XXXL . Ages: Grades 4—9 Advanced Pitching Beginning Softball Skills Camp Cash . Check . Location: Evangel University Fieldhouse Date: July 14 Time: 8:00 AM—12:00 PM Cost: $75.00 Date: July 19 Time: 8:00 AM—12:00 PM Cost: $45.00These pitching camps are designed to introduce mechanical principles, Make checks payable to: Donovan Nelson Must be entering the 2nd grade through 6th grades.explain methods to fix mechanical problems, introduce or help in mas- Your cleared check is receipt of your camp registrationtering advanced pitches including fastball, change-up, drop ball and This camp will provide young softball players the foundations forrise ball. Philosophies will be shared to stress importance of these four success. Skills that will be taught are: Throwing, catching, fieldingpitches. Campers who desire a curve-ball and/or screw-ball will betaught those pitches upon request. ground balls, fielding fly balls, catching fly balls, base running CONTACT INFORMATION techniques and hitting principles. Some time will be spent on positionEach camper should dress in comfortable clothes (shorts, sweats, ball specific skills like pitching and catching. Donovan Nelson—Summer Camps Directorpants, etc.) and plan to be both inside and outside. Campers shouldbring their own equipment. Cleats are optional but sneakers are re- Players should bring all of their own equipment, sunscreen, water, 1111 N. Glenstone Avenuequired indoors. Campers should wear sunscreen and pack a drink or snacks as needed, etc. Springfield, MO 65802water bottle and a snack. Phone: 417-865-2811 say “CAMPS” E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAll times and dates are subject to change based on weather conditions. Refunds will not be Additional registration forms can be found at http://www.evangel.edu/ given in the event that weather prohibits the completion of the camp. Camps/index.asp