Zack Turner played many sports growing up, but Baseball took precedence over everything. Since day 1 Zack played with maximum effort and with his emotions on his sleeve. His greatest fault might have been that he cared too much of his success, and the success of his teammates. After playing in the San Carlos Little League system, Zack went on to play at Serra High school, Cañada College, and the University of San Francisco. After many awards, trophies, and accolades Zack has learned that the most important part of baseball was his teammates and the ability to pass on the knowledge he received from his coaches to future generations.

That is why Coach Turner started T-SPORTS. The main goal of every camp, clinic, and private lesson is to pass on all of the life & baseball lessons Coach Turner and other coaches have experienced from their playing days. Come to camp to take advantage of the best learning experience in the Bay Area.  


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Maia is a graduate of Notre Dame High School, 2009.  Went on to play four years of collegiate softball at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.  Was named to the All-Big Ten team her Junior year as well as the Academic All-Big Ten team her sophomore, junior, and senior year. Her senior year she was named a 2014 Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award recipient.  Maia graduated from Purdue University in 2014 with a B.S. in Organizational Leadership and Supervision. 

Maia is a co-founder and coach for the West Bay Warriors fast-pitch organization. She is passionate about giving back to the game that gave her so much and loves  helping girls become strong young women both on and off the field.  





T-SPORTS is dedicated to youth sports specifying in development through summer camps, clinics, and private lesson. Camps are held at locations throughout the SF Bay Area. 

T-SPORTS specializes in Baseball  and Softball camps. College and High School athletes from the Bay Area direct each camp. Read more about individual camps on the Baseball and Softball Tabs above. 



A Day At Camp

A day at camp is filled with education and excitement. What separates T Sports from other programs is the belief that baseball and softball should always be fun. This is not an age specific belief; this is for every age and every player. Our instructors understand that when players are not having fun they are not as willing to learn. Therefore the first priority every day is to have fun, which is then correlated to learning about the game. 

The beginning of the week is crucial, and is meant to teach the building blocks of the game. This includes the 7 building blocks of camp which are; defense, hitting, base-running, game rules, team building, mental strength, and confidence. 

Worried your player is already passed the 7 building blocks? Don't worry, players are separated first by skill then by age. That way if your 5 year old is ready for spring training with the Giants, we wont hold him back. 

As camp goes on, the fun and learning levels begin to rise. Players start to learn new advanced aspects of the game not by themselves, but with new and pre-existing friends.The importance of TEAM is stressed at a high level. 

By the end of the 5 day camp players are equipped to compete in game situations, deal with adversity, and work as a small part of a larger team.