BC Selects Female Baseball Program Announcement and Information

March 20, 2014


Baseball BC is pleased to announce that its 20U (Midget) Division now has 2 coaches in place for the 2014 season.

The BC Selects 20U (Midget) Team will be led by Ed Desjardins & Byron Miki (Kelowna, BC).  These two gentleman have been involved with female baseball for many years and have experienced and grown as managers & coaches while creating and helping launch the Okanagan Halos Girls Baseball Team.

Further Coach announcements for the BC Selects 20U (Midget) Team may be announced as the season unfolds.

The BC Selects 20U (Midget) team will remain practicing with the BC Selects 16U (Bantam) team for the time being to allow for continued development for all of the girls.

Another exciting note is that this BC Selects 20U (Midget) Team will be entering into the Ross Tournament scheduled for May 15th to 19th at Unwin Park in Surrey…  More info to come from Ed, Byron and the yet to be appointed team parent… 

As the tournament entry must be registered soon, please respond to coach Ed & Byron ASAP with your availability for this event.

Ed Desjardins - fastednic@shaw.ca

Byron Miki - byronmiki@shaw.ca  

 

Programming for all Female Baseball BC Selects divisions, including 13U (PeeWee), 16U (Bantam), 20U (Midget) and Women’s Open can be found on the Baseball BC web page by clicking Baseball BC web page by clicking here

Some program notables are:

  • Development sessions for all divisions of programming (11yrs and up)

    • Saturday April 5th in Burnaby at Kensington Park #1 diamond – 11am to 2pm

    • Monday April 7th in Burnaby at Kensington Park #1 diamond – 6pm to 8pm

  • 13U (PeeWee) – Exhibition Spring Season

    • Ross Tournament May 15th to 19th in Surrey

    • More to come…

  • Summer League Season

  • Provincial Championship (must qualify) – August 7th to 11th in North Delta

  • Western Canadian Championships – August 14th to 17th in Edmonton, Alberta

  • 16U (Bantam) – Exhibition Spring Season

    • Ross Tournament May 15th to 19th in Surrey

    • More to come…

  • Summer League Season

  • Provincial Championship (must qualify) – August 7th to 11th in Burnaby

  • Canadian National Championship – August 21st to 25th in Saguenay, Quebec

  • 20U (Midget) – Exhibition Spring Season

    • Ross Tournament May 15th to 19th in Surrey

    • More to come…

  • Summer League Season

  • Provincial Championship (must qualify) – July 30th to August 4th in Mission

  • Canadian National Championship – Women’s Open event August 14th to 17th in Surrey, BC

  • Mentorship opportunities…

  • Women’s Open – Exhibition Spring & Summer Season

    • Ross Tournament May 15th to 19th in Surrey

      • Permission granted to play with 20U (Midget) team

    • More to come…

  • Canadian National Championship – Women’s Open event August 14th to 17th in Surrey, BC

  • Mentorship opportunities…

  • Selects Camp – Development and Tournament Selection & Preparation July 22nd to 24th in Surrey

    • All Divisions

  • Development Session with Team Canada August 18th in Surrey

    • All divisions invited to workout with the Female National Team for an afternoon as they hold a Training Camp August 18th to 26th in Surrey before travelling to Japan for the Female World Cup August 29th to September 7th.

On behalf of Baseball BC and its Female Selects Baseball Committee, see you on the field and thank you!!


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