Women's Canada/USA Series: Canada, USA play to draw

  • August 12, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC – The Women’s National Team rallied from a three run deficit and settled for a 4-4 tie with USA Baseball’s Women’s National Team Development Program at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.

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Women's Canada/USA Series: Offence leads the way in win over USA

  • August 11, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC – Jenna Flannigan (Cornwall, ON) smacked three doubles and drove in three runs to lead the Women’s National Team to a 12-5 win over USA Baseball’s Women’s Development Program at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. The game was declared official due to inclement weather after play was halted in the top of the seventh.

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Women's Canada/USA Series: USA doubles up on Canada

  • August 10, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC – A day after taking two games to start the Canada/USA summer development series, the Women’s National Team fell, 8-4, to the US Women’s National Team Development Program at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.

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Canada/USA Women's Series: Willan makes history as Canada sweeps doubleheader

  • August 09, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC – Edmonton’s Madison Willan made history becoming the first player in Women’s National Team program history to hit an out of the park homer after she belted a 3-run shot at the Washington Nationals Youth Academy on day one of the summer development program.

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Baseball Canada announces athletes for Women's National Team summer program

  • August 07, 2017

OTTAWA – Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the names of 31 athletes invited to participate in the Women’s National Team’s 2017 summer program. The athletes were selected from the Women’s Invitational Championships in Windsor, Ontario that was won by Ontario after a 15-8 win over Alberta in the gold medal contest.

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31 athletes named to 2017 Women's National Team summer development program vs USA

  • August 06, 2017

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Women's Invitational: Ontario wins gold!

  • August 06, 2017

OTTAWA- Ashley Stephenson went 4-for-6 with a double, triple and four RBI to lead Ontario to a record seventh Women’s Invitational Championships gold medal with a 15-8 win over Alberta. The top of Ontario’s batting order was virtually unstoppable with Lindsay Wilcox going 2-for-6, Jenna Flannigan 3-for-5, Stephenson and Kate Psota 3-for-4. Together the foursome went 12-for-21, scored nine runs and drove in nine runs. Mena Florio allowed just two earned runs over 5.2 innings of work to earn the win as Ontario built a 3-run lead after one and had a six-run lead after five.  Kelsey Lalor had two doubles, a triple and drove in three runs for Alberta in the loss.

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Women's Invitational: Semi match-ups set

  • August 05, 2017

(Photo: Gerry Marentette)

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Canada Games Baseball: Saskatchewan is golden!

  • August 04, 2017

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Women's Invitational: Day two recap

  • August 04, 2017

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