A-level is competitive travel ball for the top players in B.C. Players must try out to make the team.
Tryouts for our 2023 A- and B-level teams were held on September 10 and 17, 2022.
Meet our 2023 teams here:
What to expect
If your player is selected, you can expect:
- Practices year-round (including Next Level winter training)
- Games until the end of July if the team qualifies for the Canadian Championships
- Travel to Vancouver and the Interior for tournaments (3-4 per year), the United States for showcase tournaments (2-3 per year), and (if the team qualifies) Provincial Championships and National Championships
By participating as a player or parent/guardian, you are agreeing to abide by the Code of Conduct.
Includes Next Level offseason training.
Once your player is selected for a team, you will be invited to register and asked to pay the registration fee.
Registration fee will be dependent on the age group (i.e. U15, U17, U19) and league that your team will have access to play in.
|Variable expenses and travel|
Additional expenses will be variable based on each team’s activity. Fees other than personal travel expenses will be collected through the Association and/or your team’s treasurer.
These expenses include:
Travel allowances for coaches
Your own travel expenses
*Athletes new to the program will have to purchase their uniform (includes: 2 jerseys, 2 pants, helmet, belt, socks)
How is player selection determined?
By our coaching commitee.
How are coaches appointed?
Coaches are appointed by the Beacon Hill Board of Directors.
Will there be fundraising opportunities?
Yes! We want to fundraise to reduce the cost as much as possible. There will be one Beacon Hill Raffle fundraiser (minimum $200 per athlete). Individual team fundraising will be decided by your team’s treasurer and manager.
Please direct your questions about A-level softball to our Director of A&B Softball and Softball Coaching, Rocky Vitale (email@example.com).