Attention Elite Athlete,

July 31, 2020 - Baseball BC is excited to announce High Performance Programming this summer for Females

Click Here for High Performance Seminar (On-line)

Click Here for High Performance Camp (On-Field)



2019 - In the couple of weeks heading up the Nationals 2019 in Nova Scotia Marty van-der Loos and his coaching staff consisting of Rob Ross and Andres Losin had the girls out to 2 practices a week plus exhibition games and a 3 day camp the weekend before leaving for Nationals.

Once at Nationals no team was taken lightly and each game had a clear plan laid out by the coaches.  Other than the first game against Quebec 2 where they allowed 11 runs against while scoring 21 the team dominated all other teams.  As the games went on the confidence grew as did their attitude in believing they could do this.  They allowed only 1 more run for the rest of the tournament.  They went on to have 4 shut outs ending with a perfect 6 – 0 record to bring the gold back to BC after 9 long years of struggles and patience. 

Special thanks to Val Greenwood (Team Manager) and Al Forman (Director - Player Development) who came to the ID camps, selects camp and attended 16U games.  Their knowledge, wisdom and time volunteered won the respect of the players, coaches and parents.

Also many thanks to the parents for their belief and support of the program.  In Nova Scotia all the players except for three (3) had at lease on parent in attendance.  We even had a set of Grandparents travel from home to support the team.

Congratulations to ALL...!!!


Attention Elite Athlete,

Thanks for participating in Baseball BC’s High Performance Program. There were over 60 athletes identified across the province, from which many received an invitation to the Provincial Camp.  50 of BC’s best female athletes attended Camp in hopes of bearing the Team BC flag at the Baseball Canada Championship this August.

According to coaches & evaluators, this year was extremely difficult to make selections due to the unlimited talent present & skills that were displayed.  The fine play that followed at the tournament didn’t make matters for coaches any easier.  This is great for the overall program as the future is bright.  The young female talent we are seeing truly is exciting.  If not selected this year, maybe next season is your time to shine.  Keep working hard and you’re bound for good things. 

For those who were selected & invited to Team BC - 16U, Congratulations to you & your family.  Your efforts have paid off & we are proud for you to represent our province at this year’s championship.  Alternates will train & practice with the team but are not to register until officially invited by the head coach.  The Championship registration link will be emailed direct to team selections &/or alternates, if needed.  Again, congratulations and we expect & know you will represent BC as you would yourself.   

16U - Baseball Canada Championships

  • August 22-25, 2019 in Bedford, NS
  • Team BC Roster Below



Katelyn Foubert

Vanessa McKinley 

Ashley Losin

Keegan Wong

Kamryn Grayson 

Jaqueline Chernen 

Juliette Kladko 

Rachael Tam

Amelia Russo

Raine Padgham

Tess Sawkins

Cheyenne Simicak

Ella Duncan-Reda

Maxie Lloyd



Natalie Roche

Claudia Reisinger

Margaret-Jean Willis



2019 High Performance Pathway

Identification Sessions - $25 (Must attend 1 to attend Team BC Select Camp below)

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Provincial Select Camp - $225 (Must attend to be selected to Team BC)


16U BC Selects Team Page


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Past Teams & Results

2018 - Won 5th Place

2018 Baseball Canada Championships

August 23-27 in Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia

Coaches – Marty Van-der Loos, Rob Ross & Courtney Desjardins (Manager - Val Greenwood)

Congratulations to all athletes selection to Team BC.  It is an honor to be recognized and to be part of the Baseball BC Provincial Program and we hope this has & will help you develop your potential to play at the highest level possible.


For those not selected to this years team, we would like to thank you for participating in this year’s provincial tryout camp. We had a great turnout and commend you all for making this a very difficult decision for us.  We wish you the best for the rest of the summer and look forward to seeing you again next year & beyond.  This experience has been very valuable to your growth as a player, and our hope is you keep learning and loving the game. Continue to show everyone around that girls can play ball!


Congratulation to players selected 2018 Team BC - 2018 & Back-to-Back 5th Place Finishes

Amelia Russo- Kelowna

Ashley Losin- Newton

Celia Leaf- Nanaimo

Cheyenne Simicak- Newton

Emily Chan-Schneck- Vancouver

Isabella Bortolotto- Nanaimo

Jaqueline Chernen- Vancouver

Kamryn Greyson- Cloverdale

Katelyn Foubert- Surrey

Natalie Roche- Burnaby

Rachel Tam- Vancouver

Sarah Krahn- Abbotsford

Tory Stewart- Campbell River

Vanessa McKinley- Burnaby


Juliette Kladko


2017 - 16U Selects – Marty Van der Loos, Rob Ross (Manager: Val Greenwood)

  • 2017 Nationals - Vaughan, ONT. Aug. 17-21
    • 5th Place

Congratulations Females Selected to 16U Team BC - 2017

  1. Bortolotto, Isabella - Nanaimo
  2. Chan Schneck, Emily – Vancouver
  3. Gilder, Elizabeth – Port Moody
  4. Krahn, Sarah – Chilliwack
  5. Kuzyk, Allison – Vancouver
  6. Leaf, Celia – Nanaimo
  7. Lyszczyk, Marika – Tsawwassen
  8. Manning, Paige – Kelowna
  9. March, Emma – Burnaby
  10. Meekma, Lauren – Kelowna
  11. Melnuk, Bella – Chilliwack
  12. Nickolet, Jayan – McKenzie
  13. Rambold, Melissa – Kelowna
  14. Rogers, Kate – North Shore
  15. Schroder, Allison – Fruitvale

Alternates (named to team above if needed):

  • Stewart, Tory – Campbell Rive


2016 - August 18-22nd in Vaughan, ON

* Congratulatin on winning Bronze Medal

  1. Allison Schroder- Trail
  2. Alexa Robichaud- Delta
  3. Lauren Meekma- Kelowna
  4. Lis Gilder- Coquitlam
  5. Taleesha Hall- Victoria
  6. Vicky Ross- Aldergrove
  7. Isabella Bortolotto- Nanaimo
  8. Celia Leaf- Nanaimo
  9. Missy Vesper- Keremeos
  10. Jessie McKay- Kelowna
  11. Simone Goldie- Vancouver
  12. Jayan Nickolet - Mackenzie
  13. Melissa Rambold- Kelowna
  14. Kate Rogers- Vancouver
  15. Allison Kuzyk- Vancouver
  16. Lonica McKinney- Kelowna


2015 - Baseball Canada 16U National Championships - August 13-17th in Saguenay, Quebec


Congratulations to the 16U Girls named to Team BC & winning a Bronze medal...

  1. Abby Parson
  2. Allison Schroeder
  3. Devan Hanson
  4. Jayan Nickolet    
  5. Jessie McKay
  6. Kassie Orr          
  7. Katrine Eccles
  8. Kensington Renneberg
  9. Liz Gilder
  10. Marika Lyszczyk
  11. Melissa Rambold
  12. Paige Manning
  13. Veronica Wong
  14. Victoria Ross


2014 - Saguenay, Quebec – August 21-25

Congratulations to the following athletes..!!!

  1. Steph Russo - Kelowna
  2. Jayme Young - Cloverdale
  3. Sara Mika - Kelowna
  4. Christina Ross - Aldergrove
  5. Victoria Ross - Aldergrove
  6. Kensi Renneburg - Kelowna
  7. Jessie McKay - Kelowna
  8. Veronica Wong - Nanaimo 
  9. Kaila Kondo - North Langley
  10. Ali Snow - Mission
  11. Sofi Janz - Victoria
  12. Devan Hanson - Victoria
  13. Morgan Berkmann - North Vancouver
  14. Elisabeth Ehebald - Vancouver
  15. Abby Parsons - Ladner
  16. Baily Wellman - Vernon

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