High Performance General Info

Baseball BC and the High Performance committee is pleased to announce the 2020 HP calendar of events.

All players who wish to be considered for the Baseball BC High-Performance teams including the Selects program (17U),  Pacific Northwest Championship (16U, 15U), the Northwest Futures Tournament (14U) or Girl's Select Teams must attend one of the ID camps and be evaluated as well as attend one of the Provincial Camps. The New Balance Program 15 event is also used as an open ID session entry point. 

Registration is available through the links included below.

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For any questions on this program, please contact the Baseball BC office at 604-586-3312 or via email at info1@baseball.bc.ca 

High Performance Coach Application

2020 High Performance Application





Player Selection Process, Evaluations, Etc.

Player Evaluation Rating Chart Template

Player Evaluation Criteria





2020 High Performance Events

Event Age Location Dates Note Register
New Balance Program 15 Regional Combine
Sun, Feb. 16/20
BC Girls Baseball High Performance Seminar
Fri, Aug. 14/20
BC Girls High Performance Development Camp
Tue, Sep. 1/20 -
Thu, Sep. 3/20

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