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Canada women's national baseball team

 

Canada women's national baseball team

Canada Women's national baseball team
Country Canada
Federation Baseball Canada
Confederation COPABE
IBAF World Rank 4th
World Cup
Appearances 18 (First in 1969)
Best result Silver: 2 - (2008)
Pan American Games
Best result TBD - (2015)

The Canada women's national baseball team is a national team of Canada and is controlled by the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball. It represents the nation in women's international competition. The team is a member of the COPABE.

Contents

  • Tournament record 1
    • World Cup 1.1
    • Pan American Games 1.2
  • Awards and honours 2
    • Team MVP 2.1
  • References 3

Tournament record

World Cup

Pan American Games

Awards and honours

  • Amanda Asay, Finalist, 2006 Tip O'Neill Award[1]
  • Amanda Asay, 2006 IBAF World Cup Tournament All-Star (First Base)
  • Kate Psota, 2010 IBAF World Cup Tournament All-Star (First Base)
  • Kate Psota, 2012 IBAF World Cup Tournament All-Star (First Base)
  • Ashley Stephenson, 2008 IBAF World Cup Tournament All-Star (Third Base)
  • Ashley Stephenson, Jimmy Rattlesnake Award

Team MVP

Year Player Province Position
2005 Ashley Stephenson  Ontario Third Base
2006 Amanda Asay  British Columbia First Base
2008 Ashley Stephenson  Ontario Third Base
2009 Kate Psota  Ontario First Base
2010 Kate Psota  Ontario First Base
2011 Meagan Cornelssen[2]  Alberta Outfield

References

  1. ^ http://canadianbaseballnews.com/StMarys/0612Morneautip.html
  2. ^ http://www.nccp.baseball.ca/eng_news_story.cfm?NewsID=2023
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