Womens Baseball Team
Baseball is currently looking for women 17 & older to play in a league competing against men of similar skill levels. The Lower Mainland Baseball Association (LMBA) is promoting female baseball & after successfully piloting exhibition games last season, is going to support an all-women’s team in 2018. The team being assembled is looking for women to swing wood bats once a week April to August, usually on weekends. Even though this is a fun league, some women will go on to compete for Team BC & even Team Canada; those high performance opportunities will be open to all women playing on this team. So no matter your motive & to learn more about playing on LMBA’s 1st ever all-women’s baseball team, call or email Scott at Baseball BC (604-586-3315 or email@example.com). Additional info on the Provincial Female Program, including 14U, 16U & 21U divisions can be found here https://www.baseball.bc.ca/girls.
Baseball in BC Continues to Grow
UBC adds a Junior Varsity Baseball Team
Canada Games Team Selected
On behalf of the coaching staff, we are pleased to announce the 2017 Team BC Selects who will represent BC at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg, MB.
Prospects Camp Invites - Grades 8-10
Congratulations to the grade 8, 9 & 10's invited to the 2017 Prospects Camp scheduled July 11-13 in Whalley. Players chosen from this camp will represent Team BC at the PNC Event & Tournament in Washington August 10-13... Personal invites, including registration info, will be emailed to players before June 30.
Baseball BC May Newsletter #2
Baseball BC's May 2017 – Issue #2 Newsletter is now published. Read on for details on Baseball BC High Performance Athlete Claire Eccles making history, and updates on the upcoming Baseball BC Provincial Championships - including the launch of a website deducated entirely to the provincials.
Also featured in this issue is information on the upcoming Summer Camps, details on the NCCP course offerings in June, and information on the last upcoming Open ID sessions.
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Team BC Selects Initial Evaluation List Announced
On behalf of the Team BC Selects Coaching staff, we are please to announce the list below that consists of 30 players that have been selected by the coaching staff to be further evaluated during their respective seasons. At the end of the evaluation process, a team of 20 players and 5 alternates will be selected to represent Team BC at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba.