High Performance General Info


For any questions on this program, please contact Kyle Williams at 778-847-5475 or via email at kyle@baseball.bc.ca

 

Pathway Portrait - Long Term Development (LTD) & Canadian Sport Institute (CSI) Athlete Selection

Player Evaluations

  1. Individual Scout Card
    1. Total Average Player Scout Card Ratings
  2. Individual Player Evaluation
    1. Total Player Evaluation Average Ratings

 

High-Performance Pathways & Events - 2022

UPCOMING EVENTS - See HP Pathway - 2022 document linked just above

Registration for these events to Open April 1st & will Appear Below Then

Agenda's & Expecations - TBA closer to events

 

High Performance Pathway Document Updates

The pathways document linked above will be updated throughout the season. Updates are also listed below for your information.

1) February 23 UPDATE. The Women’s Open National Championship has been moved to Stonewall, Manitoba from July 20-24.

2) March 8 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces the female high-performance coaching staff:
21U – Head Coach: Marty van der Loos. Assistants: Rob Ross & Andres Losin
16U – Head Coach: Stacy Fournier. Assistants: Emily Fournier & TBA
14U – Head Coach: Kirsty Watson. Assistants: Emily Fournier & Liz Gilder

3) March 8 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Zone 7 (Northwest) will not field a Summer Games team. Zone 3 (Fraser Valley) will field two teams. Joe Germaine has been announced Head Coach of the B team with his assistants to be announced.

4) March 8 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Josh Snider is now the Head Coach of the Zone 2 (Thomson-Okanagan) Summer Games team.

5) March 28 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Orville Germaine has been added as an assistant coach to the Zone 3B (Fraser Valley) Summer Games team.

6) March 28 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Frank Ingram has been added as an assistant coach to the Zone 2 (Thomson-Okanagan) Summer Games Team.

10) APRIL 1 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Chris Vaillancourt has been added as an assistant coach to the Zone 3A (Fraser Valley) Summer Games team.

11) APRIL 1 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Darren Strang has been added as an assistant coach to the zone 3B (Fraser Valley) Summer Games team.

14) APRIL 12 UPDATE. The first page of our HP pathways document contained information regarding Covid-19 vaccine requirements. We can provide an update that the BC Summer Games Society has confirmed that all volunteers and participates must be fully vaccinated to attend the Summer Games. Please see their April 8th update and FAQs at this link: Vaccination Policy (bcgames.org).

17) APRIL 18 UPDATE. Baseball BC announces that Mike MacKay has been added as an assistant coach to the Zone 8 (Cariboo North West) Summer Games team.

23) April 29 UPDATE. APRIL 29 UPDATE. The BC Summer Games Society has rescinded their vaccine mandate. However, Federal regulations still require vaccination to board an airplane. Zones 1 and 6 are flying to Prince George. Participants who are not fully vaccinated in these zones can choose to find their own transportation, at their cost, or travel to a neighboring zone and take Games’ provided bus transportation.

24) Baseball BC has announced that due to registration numbers, Zone 3 (Fraser Valley) will not be able to field a second Summer Games team. Zone 5 (Vancouver Coastal) will field a second team.

25) May 3 UPDATE. Baseball BC has named Joe Germaine (HC), Orville Germaine, and Darren Strang as the coaches of the Zone 5 (Fraser Valley) second Summer Games’ team.

27) May 3 UPDATE. Winnipeg has been announced as the host city for the Female 14U Western Canada Championships.

 

High Performance Events (Below Registration)

Athletes trying out at any Regional ID Camp, need only to attend one of the options listed (Please do not register & attend multiple ID's)

If wanting to show at a Zone ID Camp and unsure of your BC Summer Games Zone eligibilty, please refer to the BC Summer Games Zone Map here Zones (bcgames.org) to see which Zone ID Camp to register for and attend.  Note: your zone is to reflect your residence address (not necessarily where you play...).

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2022 High Performance Events

Event Age Location Dates Note Register
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - White Rock
DOB 2006-2005
Fri, Apr. 22/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 5 ID Camp - Vancouver Coastal - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Mon, Apr. 25/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Victoria
DOB 2006-2005
Fri, Apr. 29/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Coquitlam
DOB 2006-2005
Fri, Apr. 29/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Kamloops
DOB 2006-2005
Mon, May. 2/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Kelowna
DOB 2006-2005
Tue, May. 3/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 4 ID Camp - Fraser River - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Fri, May. 6/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 6 ID Camp - Vancouver Island - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Mon, May. 9/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 2 ID Camp - Thompson Okanagan - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Wed, May. 11/22
4:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Langley
DOB 2006-2005
Fri, May. 13/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 1 ID Camp - Kootenays - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Sat, May. 14/22
11:00am
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID - Team BC (14U-21U) - Burnaby
DOB 2011-2001
Thu, May. 26/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 8 ID Camp - Cariboo Northeast - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Sat, May. 28/22
12:00pm
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID - Team BC (14U-21U) - Kelowna
DOB 2011-2001
Sat, May. 28/22
1:00pm
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID - Team BC (14U-21U) - Kamloops
DOB 2011-2001
Sun, May. 29/22
12:00pm
---
registration
ended
Zone 3 ID Camp - Fraser Valley - BC Summer Games &/or Prospects Camp (15U-14U)
DOB 2008-2007
Mon, May. 30/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID - Team BC (14U-21U) - Victoria
DOB 2011-2001
Wed, Jun. 1/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - North Shore
DOB 2006-2005
Tue, Jun. 7/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Regional ID - BC Selects (17U-16U) - Nanaimo
DOB 2006-2005
Wed, Jun. 8/22
4:30pm
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID -Team BC (14U-21U) - Duncan
DOB 2011-2001
Wed, Jun. 15/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended
Female Regional ID - Team BC (14U-21U) - Burnaby 2
DOB 2011-2001
Thu, Jun. 16/22
5:00pm
---
registration
ended

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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. 

 

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