COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)
Ever since Mizzou’s tremendous regional run, softball has been coursing by way of the veins of the Columbia group and, on Sunday, three MU gamers took it a step additional by passing it right down to the subsequent technology.
Cayla Kessinger, Hatti Moore, and Kendyll Bailey hosted a abilities camp which primarily targeted on protection and hitting.
“Our entire objective is to get entangled locally extra, whether or not it’s minicamps, like 10 to fifteen ladies, or one thing small like at this time— a pair hours as soon as per week,” Kessinger stated.
Because of the newly handed title, picture, and likeness laws Kessinger, Moore, and Bailey all bought to make a revenue off of providing up their abilities. It’s only the second camp the group has held, nevertheless, they stated they count on extra sooner or later.
They held two periods on Sunday. The primary one was for anybody ages six to 12 and the second was for ages 13 and up. The gamers hosted the occasion on the Daniel Boone Little League fields and even offered the campers with free smoothies after a scorching day on the fields.
“I hope they take away from this camp — one factor to assist them develop their recreation,” Bailey stated.
All three of them added that it makes them emotional serious about how a lot younger ladies look as much as them.
“The explanation I like doing these camps a lot is as a result of I need to camps after I was youthful, however not this younger,” Moore stated. “I keep in mind how I felt going to camps after I was 12 and 13 and searching up – I am from Texas, so going to UT camps or A&M camps the place I would have a look at these ladies and I believed that that they had hung the moon. I used to be simply in full awe of them as a result of I used to be like, you realize what, I need to be there.”