Pitching & Catching Sessions:
Our pitching and catching skills sessions are created to prepare our athletes in every aspect of their positions. The first half of the session will include a position specific workout, and learning how to field in the pitching/ catching positions. The second half will be geared towards advancing the technical pitching and catching skills of our players.
Hitting & Fielding Sessions:
Our hitting and fielding sessions are created to advance the fundamental skills of our players. Half of the session will be designated to progressing fielding skills, the other half towards hitting skills.
|WEEK 1 : CAMPS||AGE GROUP||DATE||TIME||STATUS|
|Hitting & Fielding||14 + years||August 9 & 10||9:00am - 12:00pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Hitting & Fielding||U13||August 9 & 10||12:30pm - 3:30pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Pitching & Catching||14 + years||August 11 & 12||9:00am - 12:00pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Pitching & Catching||U13||August 11 & 12||12:30pm - 3:30pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|WEEK 2 : CAMPS||AGE GROUP||DATE||TIME||STATUS|
|Hitting & Fielding||14 + years||August 16 & 17||9:00am - 12:00pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Hitting & Fielding||U13||August 16 & 17||12:30pm - 3:30pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Pitching & Catching||14 + years||August 18 & 19||9:00am - 12:00pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
|Pitching & Catching||U13||August 18 & 19||12:30pm - 3:30pm||CALL TO REGISTER|
$175 / 2 DAY SESSION
$150 / 2 DAY Session when signing up with a friend
All abilities welcome. Our 6:1 camp ratio ensures every camper develops and
learns new skills.
What to Bring:
Pitchers – glove, face mask, athletic clothes, water bottle, snack
Catchers – catching gear, water bottle, snack, athletic clothes
Hitting/Fielding – Bat, glove, helmet, face mask, snack, water bottle
To Register: Call 604-531-3220 OR email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie will be starting her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in the Fall. She was a WR Renegade in high school before heading across the border to LIU Post and UMC on University softball scholarships. She led her LIU Post team to the 2019 College World Series, was ECC Pitcher of the year in 2018, Pre-season Pitcher of the Year in 2019, First Team All-Conference selection in 2018 & 2019, CCA All-East Region selection in 2018 & 2019, and an Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete in 2019.
Katie has been a pitcher for the Czech Republic Women's National Team since 2017 and has competed in two European Championships, a Jr. World Championship, the USA International Cup, Canada Cup, Japan Cup and the Europe/ Africa Olympic Qualifier. Katie is very excited to be able to channel her passion of softball into creating camps to share our knowledge of the sport and progress the skill of our community players.
Susan has over 34 years coaching and playing experience with female softball athletes. The past 27 years has been coaching with the White Rock Renegades and has coached for the Storm and Fleetwood Softball Associations.
Over the years of coaching, Susan has taken many teams to the Canadian Nationals and competed in the top level tournaments from California, Colorado, Florida, all over the USA and Canada. Susan has been the head coach for the BC Summer Games teams, helped with Team BC over the years and also helped with camps with the Canadian National Teams.
The years of experience and success as a coach, has continued her love for the sport of softball and continued desire in working with younger softball athletes, in their development.
Position: Pitcher & 1st Base
Liz is a 2nd year graduate student at the University of Detroit Mercy (M.A Criminal Justice and M.S Intelligence Analysis). She played for Jr. Team Canada in 2015 and 2016, and is currently a member of the softball team at Detroit Mercy.
She was the Horizon league Tournament MVP 2019, and clinched the Horizon League Championship, leading to the birth of the NCAA Championships in 2019. Liz was also named Detroit Mercy Female Athlete Award winner.
Jorja has been playing softball for 9 years and has been a member of the SSWR Thunder and the WR Renegades. She won a provincial championship with her team, and was a game MVP at the U16 national Championships in 2019.
Jorja was also selected to the Aboriginal Team BC for the U16- 2020 North American Indigenous Games (cancelled due to COVID-19). She specializes in catching and 3rd base.
Position: Utility (2nd, 3rd, outfield)
Gabby has been playing softball for 10 years and is currently in her last season as a White Rock Renegade.
She won a gold medal at the 2018 Canadian National Championships with her team, and is a utility player, with extensive experience at second base, third base, and in the outfield. She will be attending the University of Maine in the Fall on a softball scholarship.
Campers can be dropped off at the North Gate Entrance 15 minutes before your session start time. If you are unable to drop-off at that time, please contact Softball City in advance.
With a camper to coach ratio of 6 to 1, the coaches can provide personal attention to each player. Softball City is dedicated to creating the best learning environment possible where players can develop and build confidence.
We are dedicated to bringing the most experienced and passionate coaches to camp. Our coaches, play and/or coach fastpitch in Division 1 Universities. Keep an eye out on our social media to meet your coaches.
Our camps are designed to accommodate all skill levels from beginner to seasoned players. Our coaches will ensure each player is challenged and developing as a player.
If 14 day notice is given, you will receive a full refund, minus a $25 admin fee. Cancellation of less than 14 days notice will result in no refund.