Female 21U


2018 Baseball Canada Championships

August 10-13 in Stonewall, Manitoba

Coaches – Marty Van-der Loos, Rob Ross & Ed Desjardins (Manager - Val Greenwood)

 

Provincial Select Camp - Must attend to be selected to Team BC

 

Identification Sessions - $25 (Must attend 1 to attend Select Camp below)

 

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Check out the videos at the link below focusing on Girls Baseball:

http://baseball.bc.ca/girlsmedia

Team Canada at the 2016 World Cup in South Korea https://vimeo.com/182265313

 

Past Teams & Results

2017 - 21U Selects – Bruce Murdoch, Bill Beckett & Derek Renneberg (Manager: Sandra Lyszczyk)

  • 2017 Nationals - Stonewall, MB. Aug. 24-28
    • 4th Place

Congratulations Females Selected to 21U Team BC - 2017

  • Callow, Taylor - Lake Country
  • Gilder, Elizabeth - Port Moody
  • Hanson, Devan - Pender Island
  • Jalbert, Pascale - West Kelowna
  • Kaulbach, Mckinlee – Edmonton
  • Lyszczyk, Marika – Delta
  • McKay, Jessie - West Kelowna
  • Melnuk, Isabella – Chilliwack
  • Nickolet, Jayan – Mackenzie
  • Renneberg, Kensington – Kelowna
  • Wong, Veronica - Nanaimo
 

2016 - 21U - August 4 to 8th in Hammond Plains, NS

*Congratulations to Team BC on WINNING A SILVER MEDAL...! 

  1. Marika Lyszczyk
  2. Abby Parsons
  3. Kensington Renneberg
  4. Claire Eccles
  5. Katrine Eccles
  6. Devan Hanson
  7. Veronica Wong
  8. Taylor Kathler
  9. Jesse McKay
  10. Mary Harding
  11. Alexa Robichaud
  12. Paige Hildebrandt

For 21U Championship Scores & Info click here…

 


2015 - August 6-9 in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia

 

2014 - Women's Open Championship in Whalley, BC – August 14-17

 


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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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Hometown: Victoria, BC

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