Baseball BC is accepting applications for the 2019 B.C. Athlete Assistance Program. Information and links to application & details are below.

All relevant information concerning the athlete’s responsibilities and the various timelines associated with this program are found in the Athlete Assistance Form linked below.

Of particular note is that assistance is only offered to those athletes that are attending British Columbia post-secondary educational institutions.

Please review the information and submit your application forms no later than 11:59pm March 10th, 2019 to consider yourself a candidate.

2019 Athlete Assistance Form & Selection Criteria (Word)

2019 Athlete Assistance Form & Selection Criteria (PDF)

 

More information about funding in BC can be found here: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/sports-culture/sports/sport-funding

Best wishes in your athletic and academic endeavors.

 


2018 Athlete Assistance Program

Congratulations to the following 9 post-secondary athletes who shared the $8200 awarded by Baseball BC last year.

 

UBC – 5 Athletes

Adam Jaxson McKillican

Anthony Cusati

Bradley John Smith

Kyle McComb

Shane Rogers


Douglas – 2 Athletes

Kyle Stubbins

Nolan Bruce


TRU – 1 Athlete

Zachery Comeault

 

OC – 1 Athlete 

Jared Dulaba


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Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. 

 

MLB British Columbians

Adam Loewen

Current MLB Team: Texas Rangers
Hometown: Surrey, BC

Partners

Last Raps

Since 2009, Last Raps Baseball has provided baseball instruction in the lower mainland, island and interior of British Columbia. The instruction that we provide is to better equip players to play in their local leagues and associations. In turn, this will increase the overall caliber of play and keep baseball a relevant sport in the British Columbia sports culture.

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