2022 Softball Camp II



Location: Sacramento State Softball Field – Sacramento, CA

Monday, June 27, 2022 to Thursday, June 30, 2022

Starts: 8:30am / Ends: 12:30pm


Registration Closed

Camp Description

Each camper will receive personalized instruction from the coaching staff. Through specialized stations and game competition, the camp will focus on the development of individual player fundamentals as well as team concepts. The Sacramento State softball camps focus on providing instruction in proper techniques of hitting, bunting, base running, sliding, stealing, fielding, throwing, position play, team strategies, mental strategies and more. For optimal learning, campers will be split into beginner and advanced groups based on skill level.

Campers will also receive a camp certificate and t-shirt

Enrollment is limited to 70 participants, so reserve a spot early!


Fees and Information

Early-Bird Discount Fee: $200 (per camp) (Registration must be received one week prior to camp date)Group/Team Rate (5 or more): $190 per person (per camp) *All group reservations must be made by calling (916) 278-7965 or e-mailing danielle.kaminaka@csus.edu a minimum of one week prior to the camp to receive a discount. Remember, each participant attending the camp must turn in a signed registration form and liability release form. If you need additional forms, please make copies or visit www.hornetsports.com.

Sibling Rate (1 or more siblings): $190 per person (per camp) *For families registering more than one child.

Sacramento State Faculty and Staff can receive 50% off the camp.


About the camp

  • Improve Your Defense: Learn how to play winning defense both as an individual and as a team. Learn rundowns, the transition game, various bunt defenses and more.
  • Improve Your Swing: Learn proper techniques of hitting, bunting, running, slap, how to work the strike zone and how to prepare for your next at-bat. See your swing on videotape and learn ways to improve your mechanics.
  • Improve Your Game: Learn firsthand from collegiate players about offensive and defensive strategies, special situations, how to improve your mental game and drills to take you to the next level. You’ll get an opportunity to learn from the big leaguers.


Camp Directors

Lori Perez

Lori Perez is in her ninth season as head coach at Sacramento State, and 18th on the Hornets’ coaching staff. No stranger to Hornet softball, Perez has 22 years of experience at Sacramento State, including four
seasons as a player (1999-02), nine years as an assistant coach (2005-13), and nine seasons as the head coach (2014-pres.). Perez’s vision for the program became reality in 2018 when the Hornets won both the Big Sky Conference’s regular season and tournament championships while qualifying for the NCAA Tournament


Vicky Rios

Vicky Rios currently in her fifth season with the Hornets. After one year as assistant coach, she was elevated to associate head coach and has spent the past four years in that capacity. With 22 years of collegiate coaching experience and over 24 years as a professional softball instructor, Rios is heavily involved with coaching the hitters and defense, as well as recruiting and scouting. Rios has been a private hitting and defense instructor in the Sacramento area, and her students have played in numerous Div. I conferences


Danielle Kaminaka

Danielle Kaminaka is in her ninth season at Sacramento State as assistant coach, and has 15 years of collegiate coaching experience. Kaminaka is heavily involved with coaching the hitters while also working with the infielders, overseeing the team’s academics and youth camps, and assisting with recruiting. She helped coach the Hornets to Big Sky Conference regular season and tournament championships in 2018. Kaminaka was a four-year starting third baseman at Loyola Marymount (2002-05), and had her number retired.


What to Bring

Please bring your own snack. In addition, bring your glove, cleats and a bat. Be sure to put your name on your equipment because others may bring the same kind of gear.



Sacramento State Softball Field

6000 J Street

Sacramento, CA 95819


Waiver Information

Sacramento State Athletics purchases secondary excess accidental medical coverage, in the amount of $25,000, for all individual clinic participants. There is a deductible which shall be the parent’s responsibility. Teams must provide a certificate of insurance. Please be sure to read the attached liability re- lease and medical treatment authorization form and provide all information requested. The parent/legal guardian must sign the liability release form and medical treatment authorization before any child can participate.  Download Waiver


Miscellaneous Information

Refund Policy
A full refund will be permitted in the event of an illness/injury ending participation in the camp, A full refund will be permitted in the event of a family emergency.


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.


Questions? e-mail: danielle.kaminaka@csus.edu or call (916) 278-7965. For more information on Hornet softball, log onto hornetsports.com


All Sacramento State camps are open to any and all entrants per NCAA rules, but are limited as noted by number, age, grade level and/or gender.