Head Coach
Elliott Avent

North Carolina State Wolfpack Baseball Camps in Raleigh, North Carolina are designed for players to develop their skills in all areas of the game of baseball. The Wolfpack coaches and players will be on hand to demonstrate and instruct not only the basics but also more advanced areas of the game. Below you'll find our school's Division I college baseball camps, baseball showcases and instructional camps and clinics. Visit us in beautiful Raleigh, North Carolina for a baseball camp or showcase and show us your skills!

Our camps range in ages and we should have a program to fit your needs. If you do not see a date that works for you at this time check back to the site as we add new sessions often.

Our baseball camps and showcases in Raleigh, North Carolina are a great opportunity to take your game to the next level. Each camp is hosted by our college staff here at NC State. This camp is open to any and all entrants meeting age requirements.


Assistant Coach
Chris Hart

Chris Hart, a former infielder and catcher at Florida State, enters his 12th season with the NC State baseball program, his 10th as an on-field member of the coaching staff, and his ninth as a full-time coach. Hart spent the 2007 season as the Wolfpack’s volunteer assistant, and the two years prior as the program’s director of baseball operations. Hart coaches the hitters, infielders, and catchers.

Hart became the program’s lead recruiter in 2010 and produced immediate results on the trail, signing one of the best classes in the nation. Among the 13 heralded newcomers on NC State’s roster that fall were 2011 North Carolina High School Player of the Year Carlos Rodon, Pirates 20th round selection Trea Turner, and Brett Austin, a supplemental first rounder and the highest-drafted recruit to attend NC State in 31 years.

Rodon and Turner’s stock improved to No. 3 and No. 13, respectively. Logan Jernigan heard his name called in 2014. Jake Fincher and Logan Ratledge waited a year. In all, six draft picks from one class.

Hart knows the Atlantic Coast Conference well. He was a four-year letterman for head coach Mike Martin at Florida State from 1999-2003. A utilityman as a freshman, Hart became the starting designated hitter against lefthanded pitching, appearing in 50 games that first season. In all, Hart played 195 for the Seminoles, starting 116 with a .271 batting average, 23 doubles, two triples, seven home runs, and 72 RBIs.

Hart’s four Florida State teams (199, 2001-03) posted a combined record of 218-60 (.784), making an NCAA Super Regional all four years. Hart advanced to the College World Series as a player in 1999 and 2000, returning as a coach in 2013 with NC State. In his playing career, Hart played every position on the field except pitcher and center.

Pitching Coach
Scott Foxhall

NC State baseball named Scott Foxhall its pitching coach on June 30, 2014. Foxhall immediately had a positive impact with the 2015 Wolfpack pitching staff. Following the 2014 season, NC State lost six pitchers due to graduation and the draft, including first rounder Carlos Rodon. Missing every weekend starter and significant reliever from 2014, Foxhall completely rebuilt the pitching staff and shaped them into a group that finished second in the ACC with a 2.93 ERA.

Pack pitchers ranked first in the nation in hits allowed per nine innings, second in strikeouts, and 15th in ERA. Previously undrafted junior pitchers Curt Britt, Jon Olczak, and Brad Stone were all drafted and signed professionally. Lefthander Brian Brown garnered freshman All-American honors. Freshman Tommy DeJuneas pitched for Team USA during the summer. The emergence and development of the 2015 pitching staff was a key ingredient in the Pack’s run to the ACC championship game and the NCAA regional championship round.

Foxhall joined the NC State staff from Auburn, where he spent the 2014 season as pitching coach and served as the architect of Auburn's most recent recruiting classes. His last four classes at Auburn were ranked in the Top 25 nationally, peaking with a ninth-place ranking ahead of the 2013 season.

In 18 years as a collegiate coach, Foxhall has seen 33 of his pitchers selected in the MLB Draft, including seven in the first 10 rounds. He's also improved the draft status of pitchers under his tutelage by an average of 28 rounds. All seven players Foxhall has placed in the first 10 rounds were undrafted prospects out of high school. Foxhall has helped develop seven major leaguers in his coaching careers at Auburn and College of Charleston.

Before heading to Auburn, Foxhall had an outstanding run at the College of Charleston, coaching the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year four times while also molding one of the better overall pitching staffs in the league. In 2008 his staff led the conference in strikeouts (480) and saves (18) while his 2007 staff led the SoCon in strikeouts (445) and opponent batting average (.275) and was second in the league with a 4.82 ERA.

In 2006 the CofC pitching staff ranked second nationally with a 3.02 ERA behind eventual 2007 13th-round pick Nick Chigges, who went 11-2, earned All-America honors and was named the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year in both 2006 and 2007, the first time a player repeated as the winner in league history.

In 2005 Foxhall's pitching staff led the Southern Conference with a 4.09 ERA while in 2004 he led a very young but talented corps of pitchers to a school- and SoCon-record of 47 wins and a 4.35 team ERA, holding opponents to a conference-low .268 batting average against.

During Foxhall's coaching tenures at Auburn and CofC, 57 total players have been drafted, four players have been named conference Player of the Year, four have been named Pitcher of the Year and one has been named the conference Freshman of the Year. He has also helped recruit 58 all-conference selections, 17 All-America honorees, seven Freshman All-Americans and nine Academic All-Americans.

Foxhall spent two years as a pitcher at Auburn under legendary coach Hal Baird before heading to College of Charleston, where he was a three-time letterwinner from 1992-94. He is among College of Charleston's all-time leaders in strikeouts (156), games started (28), complete games (nine) and innings pitched (193.2). The Greer, S.C., native earned a degree in Education.

Foxhall and his wife, the former Laura Ballenger, have twin children, Kade and Kennedy.