It was a rollercoaster ride for Team Alberta at the Baseball Canada Women’s Nationals in Nova Scotia.
After going 1-2 in the round-robin, they outlasted Saskatchewan and lost to Quebec before claiming bronze in an exciting 5-4 win over the hosts.
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Efforts to grow the girls and women’s game in Alberta have been renewed with the creation of the new Alberta Girls Baseball League.
The three-team pilot season will begin this summer, with the hope of having girls playing with and against more girls.
And if Barb Northcott has her way, more teams will be lined up to play in 2024 and beyond.
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Whether she’s tagging out runners at home plate or keeping pucks out of the net, Kaitlyn Ross is comfortable as the last line of defence for her teammates.
She’s proved that on the diamond and at the rink.
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In the blink of an eye, Madison Willan has somehow turned into one of the veterans of Baseball Canada’s Women’s National Team.
The multi-sport star was just getting her feet wet with the program when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
But with a young core of players coming up, the team is leaning on the Edmonton product as it looks towards the World Cup in 2024.
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The Canadian baseball world is in shock following the death of Amanda Asay.
The Prince George, B.C. native passed away earlier this month following a skiing accident in Nelson.
We take a look back at her career and accomplishment, as well as get reaction from her Albertan teammates.
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