Baseball BC Announces New Communications Coordinator

  • January 17, 2017

January 17, 2017
 
Baseball BC is pleased to announce that Phil Bourgeois will be joining the association in the role of Communications Coordinator
 
Phil will begin effective today and will focus on advancing our communication abilities with members and participants from all over the province of BC.  Our goal is to increase our footprint from a communications standpoint to allow us to better reach the end users in the sport of baseball provincially.
 
"Baseball BC is very excited to have Phil accept this role and we look forward to his contribution and energy", says Baseball BC Executive Director David Laing.  "communication is so very important in today's fast paced world and we believe that Phil will allow us to further share our programming and sport development initiatives with the people that will benefit the most from them."
 
"I'm very excited about taking on this challenge." says Phil "Growing the footprint of the sport in all aspects is a responsibility we all share, regardless of personal affiliation.  Baseball BC, along with its member groups and sponsors, have all sorts of beneficial resources and programming for people to take advantage of.  We need to find ways to get that information into the hands of people who can make use of them."
 
Phil played his youth baseball in the Vancouver Community and PBL programs before suffering a shoulder injury which prematurely ended his playing days.  Since that time, Phil has joined the officiating ranks and is part of the Baseball Canada National Umpire program as a high-performing official.
 
Off the field, in addition to his newfound role at Baseball BC, Phil also serves on the BCBUA and PCBUA executives.

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  • January 16, 2017

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  • January 04, 2017

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UBC BASEBALL TO START JUNIOR VARSITY (JV) TEAM FOR 2017/18 SEASON

  • January 03, 2017

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Athletic Scholarship & College Recruiting Information Session

  • January 03, 2017

Saturday, January 14, 2017

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Little League BC partners with BCPBL

  • January 01, 2017

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