Oklahoma Baptist University baseball player Anthony Robertson has been named an NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete, it was announced Wednesday.

Robertson, a junior infielder from Tulsa, is majoring in biology (pre-med).

The All-America Scholar Athlete honor requires a cumulative 3.50 grade point average, junior or senior class status, as well as a full year of attendance at the nominating institution.

Robertson appeared in seven games for OBU in 2009.


Oklahoma Baptist University baseball player Anthony Robertson has been named an NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete, it was announced Wednesday.
Robertson, a junior infielder from Tulsa, is majoring in biology (pre-med).
The All-America Scholar Athlete honor requires a cumulative 3.50 grade point average, junior or senior class status, as well as a full year of attendance at the nominating institution.
Robertson appeared in seven games for OBU in 2009.

OBU offering
baseball camps
The Bison summer camps at Oklahoma Baptist University began Wednesday with several options.
For children ages 7-12, the hitting, pitching and combo camps run through Friday, with another hitting camp for the 7-12-year-olds set for June 1-3.
For boys ages 13-17, the hitting camp is June 1-3.
All camps are $75 each, but campers taking both the hitting and pitching camp combo that began Wednesday can attend for a total cost of $125.
The hitting camps for younger children is from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The pitching camp is from 1 to 3 p.m.
OBU head baseball coach Bobby Cox said younger campers could report today and complete the camp.
The hitting camp for 13- to 17-year-olds is from 1-3 p.m. The camp is conducted at the new Coates Building on Raley Drive, just north of MacArthur.
Each camper should bring his or her own glove and shoes and may bring his or her own bat. Each camper receives personalized instruction from te OBU coaching staff and college baseball players. All campers receive a T-shirt.

Shawnee girls’
camp scheduled
The Shawnee High School Lady Wolves’ basketball camp is scheduled June 1-3 at the Shawnee High School Athletic Center.
The camp will meet all three days from 8 to 11 a.m.. The camp cost is $25 and includes a T-shirt. Anyone interested in participating can contact Wendi Wells at 275-7946.
For a camp brochure, visit the OBU website at www.obubison.com and click on the summer camps link.

ECU to offer
volleyball camps
East Central University will conduct its first-ever Lady Tiger volleyball camps for grades 4-9 and grades 9-12 on June 3-6.
Participants will be taught skills like hitting, setting and serving, as well as team offense and defense.
The camp will be conducted by ECU head coach Dave Thorn, along with members of the ECU squad, which began play for the first time last fall.
The fourth through ninth grade camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon while the ninth through 12th-grade class will meet from 1 to 4 p.m. Ninth graders with advance skills are encouraged to attend the afternoon session while beginners will go in the morning.