Tsawwassen/Ladner Associations Establish a College Prep Program for 2019
Congratulations to the Tsawwassen/Ladner associations for being awarded a College Prep Program for 2019!
BC Baseball is proud of the strides being made as it continues its journey in growth and development of grass roots baseball. BC Baseball Association is the largest baseball association in the Province numbering over 18,000 registered players and are supported by over 3300 active coaches and a base of volunteers for each team. Structured baseball programs for children and young athletes are offered at all skill levels in 52 community associations with the pinnacle of our programming for high performance being the College Prep Division.
Wayne Laviolette, acting President of the of the Tsawwassen Amateur Baseball Association, was instrumental in driving their association towards the College Prep program. “The Delta Tigers program has grown over the past 5 years and in our eyes has been a success. We have been working with the Pee Wee aged players along with the Bantam aged players and felt it was a natural progression to move the program into the Midget age group. Our goal is to offer an alternative option to players looking for high performance baseball at the 18U age group. A program that is grass roots, inclusive and offers high level baseball at an affordable price. We are hopeful that providing an 18U high performance option will encourage players to stay in their grass roots associations.
Many current and past Delta Tigers players have expressed excitement and enthusiasm in playing on the Tigers College Prep team. The prospect of playing with familiar coaching staff and in their own communities appears to be a real draw.”
The College Prep program has proven to be the best of high performance baseball in British Columbia! The Delta Tigers College Prep team is a welcomed addition and a shining example of how hard work, dedication and future vision pays off!
**Please see attached press release
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