Baseball Canada's National women's baseball team open try-out camps

November 14, 2006


Baseball Canada with be conducting two try-out camps during the month of December 2006 and January 2007. The purpose of the try-outs across the country is to evaluate potential National Team candidates to represent our Nation at the scheduled up-coming IBAF sanctioned World Cup of Women's Baseball Tournament. 

All Women athletes, regardless of their affiliation and who are15 years of age and older, are eligible to participate at the Open National Women's Team Try-outs. There is no cost to participate at the camps. All interested athletes must Pre-Register by email.

Moncton Camp Date: December 9th 2006 from 10am to 12pm
Location Site:  New Brunswick Community College, 1234 Mountain Road, Moncton.

Other camps and dates will be scheduled next Spring.

Greater Toronto Area Camp Date: January 12th 2007 from 7pm to 10 pm
Location Site: Frozen Ropes Baseball and Softball Training Centre in Oakville, ON.- 2009 Wyecroft Road Oakville, ON

In addition, leading up to this tryout, Frozen Ropes in Oakville will be conducting workouts for any girls looking to prepare for the tryout.  They will be held at Frozen Ropes in Oakville on Monday January 8th and Wed January 10th from 7-10 pm.  We encourage pre-registration as space is limited. For more information or to register they can contact us at 905-847-7697 or by email at coachsam@frozenropescanada.ca.

Pre-Registration: To register for the National Women's Team Try-out Camps, please send an email to National Team Head Coach André Lachance at alachance@baseball.ca prior to December 1st (Moncton) and January 5th (Toronto). To register for the camps you must send your full name, return phone number, camp you will be registering for (Moncton or Toronto), current age and primary position. Your confirmation of registration will be completed by a return email.

 

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