Female Programming is Loading the Bases

February 26, 2019


Female baseball is swinging for the fences in 2019.  Registrations are open already on first, second, third & more coming home this Spring... 

Register for:

BC Girl's Baseball Instructional League

Girl's Come Try Baseball Development Series

Spring Break Camp

Girl's Day Fesitivals & More coming soon...

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO, INCLUDING REGISTRATION

 

Looking to Start a Girls Baseball Program in your local Association?

Baseball BC’s Female Program has been working with a few local associations in BC to start up Girl’s Only programming within the local community. We are offering the same opportunities & incentives to any Local Baseball Associations in BC who might be interested.  Events such as a Girl’s Day Festivals, Girl’s Only Jamboree Tournaments & High-Performance Identification Sessions are a few.

We also offer information on how to develop a program, recruit, & retain female baseball in your association with tools like manuals, presentations & full seasonal practice plans that interest you.  Either way Baseball BC has it all for you…!!! 

To learn more on our programming or the inquire additional services & incentives to assist your association in becoming more inclusive in growing Female Baseball, contact Baseball BC Director of Programming, Scott MacKenzie at scott@baseball.bc.ca

 


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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. 

 

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