News and Announcements
AUGUST 25 & SEPTEMBER 8
U16B CVI RAGE TRYOUTS
2020 U16B TEAM TRYOUTS
The U16B CVI Rage girls fastpitch program is hosting tryouts for the 2020 softball season. We are looking for amazing, positive, team oriented young ladies to complete our roster. Our program is built on a foundation of hard work, respect, accountability, and a team culture that promotes a ‘love and respect of the game’. We focus on skill development in the winter leading up to league and tournament play in the spring and summer. Coaches, players and families are committed to a high level of involvement and preparation leading up to and including the tournament season on and off Vancouver Island. We’ll see you at the park!
Contact for more info:
“Greg Jorgenson” <email@example.com>
The document U16B_Tryout__1_.pdf was attached to this post.
U19B CVI RAGE TRYOUTS
AUGUST 13, 15 & 20
2020 U19B TEAM TRYOUTS
Want to play at a higher level of Competition and learn new skills in a fun supportive environment? The U19B CVI RAGE are looking for dedicated, motivated, hardworking, fun loving young ladies to complete our 2020 roster. This team will represent Central Vancouver Island in the 2020 Tournament season. Our goal is to provide a positive, supportive environment for players of higher levels of ability and commitment to develop their skills and passion for the game.
OPEN TRYOUTS FOR PLAYERS BORN IN 2001, 2002, 2003
AUGUST 13TH @ LACROSSE BOX PARKSVILLE 6:00PM
AUGUST 15TH @ PIONEER NANAIMO 6:00 PM
AUGUST 20TH @ LACROSSE BOX PARKSVILLE 6:00PM
PREREGISTER @ www.oceansidesoftball.ca
SIGN IN STARTS AT 5:30
The document u19_tryout.docx was attached to this post.
2020 BC High Performance Softball Academy
Softball is in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the current coaching staff for the Canadian National Team will be the headline coaches for BC High Performance Softball Academy. This Academy will also include current National players, the National Teams Mental Performance Coach and national pool coaches.
To create an aligned talent development path that raises the standard of softball skills in Western Canada and prepares athletes to complete at: National Championships Canada Games NCAA/NAIA/JuCo/CIS Junior WNT Senior WNT The program is focused on the development of the following athletes: U19 (2001/ 2002/2003), U16 (2004/2005) and U14 (2006/2007) and is aligned with Softball Canada’s Athlete Development Matrix and Sport Canada’s high performance athlete development pathway
Arbutus Meadows Training Center 1515 Island Hwy E, Nanoose Bay BC V9P 9A3 a 225ftx175ft turfed facility with three 80ft long batting cage and a bull pen area.
The Academy will cover:
Pitching, Catching, Hitting, Fielding, and Mental Performance
Registration will open later this month
PLEASE NOTE •Pitchers must supply their own Catcher •First opportunity will be given to athletes who register for the Hitting & Fielding camp to also fill the Pitcher and Catchers sessions
Once spots are filled registration will close
Space is limited:
Hitting – Fielding and Mental Skills Training
48 total spots U14
36 total spots U16
36 total spots U19
24 spots U14 Pitchers & Catchers
12 spots U16 Pitchers & Catchers
12 spots U19 Pitchers & Catchers
U14 Training Dates:
Oct 19th, 2019
Nov 2nd, 2019
Nov 30th, 2019
Jan 18th, 2020
Feb 29th, 2020
Group One: U14 Saturday Mornings 9:00am to 1:00pm
Group Two: U14 Saturday Afternoons 3:00pm to 7:00pm
U16 Training Dates:
Oct 20th, 2019
Nov 3rd, 2019
Dec 1st, 2019
Jan 19th, 2020
Mar 1st, 2020
Group One: U16 Sunday Mornings 9:00am to 1:00pm
Group Two: U16 Sunday Afternoons 3:00pm to 7:00pm
U19 Training Dates:
Oct 20th, 2019
Nov 3rd, 2019
Dec 1st, 2019
Jan 19th, 2020
Mar 1st, 2020
Group One: U19 Sunday Mornings 9:00am to 1:00pm
Group Two: U19 Sunday Afternoons 3:00pm to 7:00pm
Academy Players will get first chance to register for the BC High Performance Camp. Priority will be given to player who register in both. The combination of both will give athletes over 40 hours of training with our nation’s best coaches.
The High-Performance camp’s schedule will include
• Athletes working closely with future Canadian Olympic Team members and coaches
• 13-15 hours of training and instruction
• 3-4 games with National Team Coaches and athletes working with teams
• 2-3 hours of Mental Performance training
• 2-3 hours of Physical training and recovery
• Athletes and Coach’s Talk on College recruitment and information on National Team Program
(2019 we had coaches from Douglas College, Sait and UBCO in attendance)
2005-06 (65 athletes with Max 20 pitchers, 15 catchers and 30 infielder/outfielders)
March 15 to March 18, 2020
Sunday to Wednesday
Sunday 11:00am – 6:00pm
Monday 8:00am – 5:30pm
Tuesday 8:00am – 4:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Schedule subject to change.
2001-04 (65 athletes with 15 pitchers, 10 catchers and 40 infielder/outfielders)
March 17 to March 20, 2019
Tuesday to Friday
Tuesday 12:00pm – 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am – 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Schedule subject to change
Softball BC is taking applications for the Zone Teams, coaching staff for the 2020 BC Summer Games being hosted Maple Ridge.
You will find the application pdf attached
The document BCSummerGames_annoucemennt.pdf was attached to this post.
Oceanside Softball is please to announce that Jenn McKellar Head Coach of the Douglas College Royals Softball program will be joining us, Wednesday March 20th of the BC Performance ID Camp. Jenn will be in attendance watching athletes for the day and doing a presentation at 12:00 highlighting the Douglas College Softball Program followed by a Q&A. Jenn a former Royals student-athlete has been an assistant coach with the program for the past four years under tutelage and mentorship of Michelle Peters. Jenn will bring a wealth experience and knowledge of Douglas College, Athletics, NWAC and the Softball program. A resident of Port Coquitlam, she has been actively involved and coaching at the grassroots level with the Coquitlam Minor Softball Association, and at the provincial level with Softball BC’s Summer Games teams. As part of Jenn’s vision for the Softball program, she believes connection to community is important in developing existing and prospective student-athletes who can achieve both academic and athletic excellence.
“Our primary goal is to win an NWAC Softball Championship. However, I believe there is value in having our softball team playing a couple of games in our local community ballparks. This will inspire the next generation of Royals Softball student-athletes” said Mckellar.
Jenn is a Douglas College Sport Science Alumni, and holds a degree in Bachelor of Physical Education and Coach (Kinesiology) as well as a Sport Science Diploma.
There is still space available in the BC High Performance ID Camp
Register @ www.oceansidesoftball.ca