Registration for our upcoming catching clinic is now open.
The clinic is for players aged 7-18 and will be held on March 27.
Cassidy Barclay, a previous college catcher, is joining the Marauders this season as a first year Volunteer Assistant Coach.
Cassidy is from Lamar, Missouri. After graduating high school, she attended Emporia State University, not too far away from home in Emporia, KS. She recently graduated from ESU where she majored in Physical Education and Heath Education.
During her four years at Emporia State, she was also a member of the Hornet softball team where she played under head coach, April Rosales. For the Hornets, Barclay was a four year starting catcher, hitting 14 home runs in her career and getting conference honors her sophomore year.
She is the oldest daughter of Darin and Jennifer Beem and wife to Marauder Baseball coach, Ty Barclay.
We're very excited to work with Cassidy to offer this session for our catchers and those interested in catching!
For more information and to register, visit our camps & clinics page.