V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup – Round 2 – Schedule and Scores – ibaf.org

V IBAF Womens Baseball World Cup – Round 2 – Schedule and Scores – ibaf.org

V IBAF Women’s World Cup– Stats Link – ibaf.org

V IBAF Women’s World Cup– Stats Link – ibaf.org

V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup: Early lead gives USA Baseball Women’s National Team easy victory over Canada, 17-4 – USA Baseball Women’s National Team at Canada | 08/18/2012 | Live Stats – game changer.io/wnt

USA Baseball Women’s National Team at Canada | 08/18/2012 | Live Stats.

Live! USA vs Canada – V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup – ibaf.org

Live! on YouTube – USA vs Canada – V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup – ibaf.org

GameChanger – USA vs Canada – V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup – ibaf.org 

CBS GameTracker – USA vs Canada – V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup – ibaf.org

V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup: Women’s BWC: Japan sends Australia down to reach Final – ibaf.org

Women’s BWC: Japan sends Australia down to reach Final

V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup: Venezuela with Comeback Win over Cuba – ibaf.org

Women’s BWC: Venezuela with Comeback Win over Cuba

V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup: Chinese Taipei opens Classification Round with Win – ibaf.org

Women’s BWC: Chinese Taipei opens Classification Round with Win.

V IBAF Women’s baseball World Cup: Kristin Mills Caldwell: A pitcher’s quest to be best | The News Journal | delawareonline.com

Caldwell never has been able to shake her attachment to the national pastime, having played for Caravel’s powerhouse teams before graduating in 1999. She now serves an assistant to Caravel baseball coach Paul Niggebrugge, who continues to be her mentor.

This is the third time in eight years Caldwell has been on Team USA.

A pitcher’s quest to be best | The News Journal | delawareonline.com

Just a reminder that the USA Baseball Women’s National Team will be holding its final three tryouts this weekend, July 3rd and 4th, in the following locations

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Just a reminder that the USA Baseball Women’s National Team will be holding its final three tryouts this weekend, July 3rd and 4th, in the following locations:

Cary, North Carolina – The USA Baseball National Training Complex
Lombard, Illinois. –
Madison Meadow Park (Field 18)
San Francisco, California –
The University of San Francisco

Registration will begin at 8:30am at all venues with tryouts beginning promptly at 9:00am.  Players are asked to bring their own glove, spikes, water bottle and catcher’s gear if needed.  Bats and helmets will be provided.

In the next week, USA Baseball will announce the 30 players selected for the Women’s National Team Trials, Aug. 2-6, at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. From there, 18 women will be chosen to represent the United States in the fourth installment of the IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup, which will be held in Venezuela, Aug. 12-22.

We look forward to having everyone this weekend and let’s get ready for a great few days of baseball!

Best,

Ashley

Ashley Bratcher

Director, Operations & Women’s National Team

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Edmonton, Alberta will play host to the 2012 Women’s Baseball World Cup. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 29, 2010 – ibaf.org

Edmonton to host 2012 Women’s Baseball World Cup
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Edmonton, Alberta will play host to the 2012 Women’s Baseball World Cup.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 29, 2010

Edmonton to host 2012 Women’s Baseball World Cup

OTTAWA – The International Baseball Federation (IBAF) has announced that the City of Edmonton, Alberta will play host to the 2012 Women’s Baseball World Cup.

“We are elated and honoured to have been awarded this prestigious event,” says Ron Hayter, Chairman of the Edmonton International Baseball Foundation.  “We also acknowledge that this would not have been possible without the strong support of Baseball Canada.”

The City of Edmonton, in conjunction with the Edmonton International Baseball Foundation (EIBF), has played host to seven previous international baseball events, including the inaugural Women’s Baseball World Cup in 2004, and most recently the 2008 World Junior Baseball Championship.

“Ron Hayter and the EIBF have done a wonderful job hosting international events in Edmonton in the past and we look forward to them putting on a great show once again in 2012,” says Baseball Canada President Ray Carter.

“It will be a great pleasure to go back to Edmonton, we have had some excellent experiences there and I am confident this edition of the Women’s World Cup will be no exception,” says Riccardo Fraccari, President of the IBAF.

The EIBF is a non-profit organization established in 1979 by Mr. Hayter in order to attract prominent international baseball events to Edmonton, starting with the 1981 Intercontinental Cup.

The 2012 Women’s World Cup will be the fifth edition of the event, a tournament that is held every two years.  The United States won the first two World Cup tournaments, with Japan capturing the title at the last event in 2008.  Canada has medaled in each of the first three events, winning bronze in 2004 and 2006 and taking silver as runner-up in 2008.

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POUR PUBLICATION IMMÉDIATE – 29 janvier 2010
La Coupe du monde de baseball féminin 2012 à Edmonton

Ottawa, Ontario – La Fédération internationale de baseball (IBAF) a annoncé que la ville d’Edmonton en Alberta jouera le rôle de ville-hôtesse pour la Coupe du monde de baseball féminin de 2012!

« Nous sommes excités et très honorés d’avoir été choisis pour la tenue de ce prestigieux tournoi », s’est exclamé Ron Hayter, le président du Edmonton International Baseball Foundation (EIBF) qui a également tenu à préciser que sans le soutien de Baseball Canada ce beau projet n’aurait pas été possible.

La ville d’Edmonton, avec la collaboration de l’Edmonton International Baseball Foundation (EIBF) a joué le rôle de ville-hôtesse pour des événements de baseball international à sept reprises par le passé, incluant d’ailleurs le premier tournoi de la Coupe du monde de baseball féminin en 2004 et plus récemment le Championnat mondial de baseball junior de 2008.

« Ron Hayter et l’EIBF seront des hôtes parfaits pour les meilleures équipes de baseball féminin du monde. Nous avons hâte très hâte d’assister à ce qui devrait être un excellent tournoi de baseball en 2012 », a soutenu Ray Carter, le président de Baseball Canada.

Des commentaires qui vont dans le même sens de la part de Riccardo Fraccari, lui qui préside aux destinées de l’IBAF « C’est avec plaisir que nous nous retrouverons de nouveau à Edmonton en 2012. Nos expériences passées dans cette ville ont été des plus agréables et nous sommes pleinement confiants que cette édition de la Coupe du monde de baseball féminin ne fera pas exception à la règle. »

L’EIBF est une organisation à but non lucratif fondée en 1979 par monsieur Hayter dans le but d’amener à Edmonton des tournois de baseball international. On se souviendra que tout avait bien commencé pour cet organisme qui avait présenté avec succès la Coupe intercontinentale en 1981.

En 2012, le tournoi de la Coupe du monde de baseball féminin, qui est présenté tous les deux ans, en sera à sa cinquième édition. Les États-Unis ont triomphé lors des deux premières éditions disputées en 2004 et 2006. En 2008, c’est le Japon qui a mérité du titre de champion mondial. Le Canada a remporté des médailles dans chacune des trois premières compétitions, méritant des médailles de bronze en 2004 et 2006 et une médaille d’argent en 2008.

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Aussie Hearts Win 1st Place – Phoenix Cup 2010 – Hong Kong International Women’s Baseball Tournament – February 06-09, 2010 – Sai Tso Wan Baseball Field and Lion Rock Park Baseball Field – Hong Kong Baseball Association

Phoenix Cup 2010 – Hong Kong International Women’s Baseball Tournament – February 06-09, 2010 – Sai Tso Wan Baseball Field and Lion Rock Park Baseball Field

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Phoenix Cup 2010 Dual Squad – North America and China Long Zhu – Players and Info

About the North American Liberty Belles:

The North American Liberty Belles is a women’s baseball tournament team that includes players from the United States and Canada. Its players participate in various women’s baseball leagues and women’s baseball teams in North America, including other women’s baseball tournament teams. Some of its members also play in men’s baseball leagues and in men’s/coed baseball competitions. The varying levels of experience of the Belles include youth baseball and softball, high school baseball and softball, adult recreational and elite level baseball and softball, collegiate baseball, collegiate softball, professional softball, and women’s national team baseball. Some of the players also have coaching and instructing experience in baseball and softball, and some are women’s baseball organizers and promoters. The North American Liberty Belles originally was created for the 2009 Hong Kong Phoenix Cup Women’s International Baseball Tournament and continues to play as a tournament team in other competitions in addition to the annual Hong Kong Phoenix Cups. This year, we are glad to have the girls from the Shenzhen Lung Zhu High School join us in the tournament.

深圳市南山区龙珠中学简介:
龙珠中学是2006年成立的一所公办初级中学,位于深圳市南山区塘朗山脚下,环境优美。学校有一座深圳市唯一具有国际标准的棒球场。棒球,垒球是学校的特色项目,建校一始,学校就成立了女子垒球队,每年都会参加全国比赛,并取得了不错的成绩。学校垒球队2009年参加广东省青少年垒球比赛荣获第三名。

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About the China Long Zhu Players:

Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Pearl School Description:
Pearl School was established in 2006 to do a public junior high schools, located in Nanshan District, Shenzhen Tong Lang foot of the mountains and beautiful environment. Shenzhen, only one school of international standard baseball stadium. Baseball, softball is the features of the school project, only one school, the school set up a women’s softball team each year to participate in national competitions, and have achieved good results. School softball team in 2009 to participate in youth softball games, Guangdong Province, won the third place

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Preliminary notes from Shawna Macurio, Principal, North American Liberty Belles:

There are 6 of us from the States and Canada going (5 of our core Belles players and a gal from the D.C. Thunder). We will combine with 6 gals from the Long Zhu school in Shenzhen, which is next to Hong Kong in mainland China. They play both fastpitch and baseball and have been training almost everyday for the past 2 years. We will have 2 of our coaches there (Rocky Ostrom and Philipe Yan), and Long Zhu will also have 2 coaches there.

I heard there will be 7 teams there counting us. There will be 2 from Korea this year…


5th National Women Baseball Championship – December 15-17, 2009 – Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan – under the auspices of Pakistan Federation Baseball – Ms Zubia Rubab Malik, Chairperson, Women’s Wing

5th National Women Baseball Championship – December 15-17, 2009 – Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan – under the auspices of Pakistan Federation Baseball – Ms. Zubia Rubab Malik, Chairperson, Women’s Wing

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5th National Women Baseball Championship – December 15-17, 2009 – Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan – under the auspices of Pakistan Federation Baseball – Ms. Zubia Rubab Malik, Chairperson, Women’s Wing

Punjab outclassed Balochistan 17-7 to win the 5th National Baseball Championship . Five teams, four provincial and one from federal capital, Islamabad, took part in the 3-day Event that concluded on December 17. The Championship was organized under the auspices of Pakistan Federation Baseball . Pakistan Federation Baseball (women wing) Chairperson Ms Zubia Rubab Malik inaugurated the Championship in a colorful ceremony amidst a large number of cheering baseball fans present in the picturesque ground of Kinnaird College. The Balochistan Minister for Foof Mir Ali Madad Jatik was the chief guest on the concluding ceremony. Punjab has won the title for the record fourth time. Balochistan has reached into the final defeating the defending champion NWFP.

First Day: In the inaugural match Punjab outclassed Islamabad by a wide margin of 22-4. Punjab scored five runs in the first innings. Batters Asama and Tahira scored three runs each while Nadia Butt made one run. Islamabad could score one run only. Fatima was the lone scorer. In the second innings Punjab batters added three more runs to their team’s total. Nashemen, Nazia Naz and Niva made one run each. Islamabad couldn’t score any run amidst smart fielding by Punjab players. Islamabad, however, dominated the third innings as they scored one run through Rehana while Punjab failed to add any run in their total. Punjab batters performed well and took control of the fourth innings by scoring six runs. Asama and Nadia Butt scored two runs each while Shamza and Balqees made one run each. Islamabad failed to add to their total. Punjab’s batters demonstrated their best game in the fifth innings as they added eight more runs taking their total to 22. Tahira, Asma, Nazia Naz and Ghazala scored two runs each.

Second Day: Balochistan defeated defending champion NWFP 11-9 in a thrilling match. NWFP batters dominated the first innings scoring four runs. Tahira scored two runs while Rashida and Zakia scored one run each. Balochsitan scored three runs through Fakhara, Tahira and Farzana (one run each). In the sensational second innings, Balochistan players curbed their nerves and succeeded in scoring one run while NWFP remained scoreless. Nevertheless, they took lead in the third innings making two runs while Balochistan batters failed to move their scoreboard. Balochistan batters, however, turned the complexion of the match in the fourth innings scoring five runs. Farzana, Tahira, Uroosa, Ma Gul and Nadia scored one run each. The NWFP batters added three runs in their total. In the final innings Balochistan battered scored two runs while NWFP batters failed to add to their total runs. DIG Headquarter Rai Altaf Hussain was the chief guest of the day.

Third Day: Punjab beat Sindh 15-11 to enter into the final. The winners exerted pressure upon their opponents since the start of the match and their batters Nadia, Ruqqaya, Asma and Rabita scored one run each in the first innings. Sindh’s batters failed to score any run. Punjab batters disappointed in the second innings as they could not add to their total. Sindh players fielded well and hardly allowed any liberty to their rival batters to score. Sindh took lead over Punjab in the second innings as their batters scored three runs. Punjab batters made five runs in the third innings. Sadia, Kanwal, Ghazal, Shumaila and Ghazala scored one run each. Sindh batters played excellently in their fourth innings and scored five runs. Zobia scored two runs. Mamoona, Mawri and Nazia scored one run each. Punjab consolidated their position by scoring six runs in the fifth innings. Sadiqa, Shumaila,Yasmeen, Shamshad, Shahida and Ruqqya scored one run each. Sindh could score only a run. Chairperson Chief Minister Task Force for Sports Ms Niva Usman was the chief guest of the day.

Final: Punjab thrashed Balochistan 17-7 to lift the trophy fourth time. Punjab batters made a stormy start and dominated the game right from the beginning. In the first innings they scored six runs through Tahira, Asma, Ghazal, Sadia, Aneela and Shumaila. For Balochistan Saadia and Palwasha were the scorers. Punjab increased their total to 10 in the second innings. Tahira made two runs while Sadia and Aneela scored one run each. Balochistan failed to score any run. Punjab looked complacent in the third inninga as their batters couldn’t score a run. While Balochistan staged a fine come back scoring three runs to reduce the lead 10-6. Tahira, Nadia and Sadia scored one run each. Punjab batters composed themselves in the fourth innings and made five runs to consolidate their lead while Balochistan failed to adde to their total. For punjab Khalida, Yasmin, Naila, Tahira and Shumaila scored onwe run each. Balochistan again performed poorly in the final innings and couldn’t make any run while Punjab batters continued to plunder runs. They added two more runs taking their total to 17. At the end the chief guest Food Minister of Balochistan Mir Ali Dad Jatik distributed prizes amongst the players.