The camps include a Fall Showcase and a Thanksgiving Kids camp.
The camps include camps this summer a one-week session for kids (July 17-20), a Summer Showcase (July 22) and the third annual Father-Son Camp (Aug. 26).
The camp will take place Sunday, Jan. 15, at Pete Taylor Park beginning at noon.
Caillet will be in his 10th season with the Golden Eagles this spring.
B.A. Vollmuth returns to the Golden Eagles for a third season in 2018 as an assistant coach, returning to his alma mater after finishing his professional baseball career.
Vollmuth, who helps oversee team defense as well as hitting, aided Associate Head Coach Chad Caillet with an offense that led Conference USA in 2017 in almost every category. The program registered a .307 team batting average last spring, which included 140 doubles, 17 triples and 90 home runs on its way to a school-record 50 win season and a trip to the NCAA Regional final.
That season bested the previous one that Vollmuth helped lead the squad to its first team batting average over .300 in five seasons -- finishing at .305 -- and also its most home runs (67) since the 2010 campaign.
Vollmuth enjoyed a successful playing career from 2009-2011 in which he compiled a .326 career batting average with 32 doubles, five triples and 40 home runs to go along with 153 RBI. His homer total ranks seventh on the Golden Eagle career charts as does his career slugging percentage (.640).
As a freshman, he helped lead the Golden Eagles to their only College World Series appearance in 2009. In that NCAA tournament, Vollmuth belted a pair of home runs in the same inning of the deciding game of the Atlanta Regional in defeating host Georgia Tech 12-8. The Golden Eagles went to the postseason in all three of his seasons at Southern Miss.
The native of Biloxi, Miss., was taken in the 2011 Major League Baseball Players First Year Draft in the third round by the Oakland Athletics following his junior season. Vollmuth signed and played three professional seasons for that organization.
In addition to his duties assisting with hitting and team defense, Vollmuth also serves as director of baseball camps for the program.
Vollmuth earned his bachelor's degree from Southern Miss in 2016.