The 2021 Canada Games Council has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2021 Canada Games 1 year due to COVID-19
Softball Canada s hosting a series of webinars open to all members of Softball Canada with some of the most talented athletes, coaches, officials across the country!
The Canadian Women’s National team punched its ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with a 7-0 run-rule win over Brazil at the 2019 WBSC Softball Americas Qualifier
For Softball Canada members wishing to become a certified coach.
At the recent Softball Canada Congress a proposal to implement a one-year trial of these two new rules was discussed at several workshops and unanimously approved at the Annual General Meeting. This trial will be effective January 1, 2018!
Rawlings is the Official Softball of Softball New Brunswick.
My name is Isabelle Boudreau
I am 19 Years Old.
I am from Memramcook, NB.
I am attending Pace University in Pleasantville, NY, USA.
I am in the Northeast-10 Conference of NCAA Division 2.
I am currently in my second year (Sophomore), and I am studying Psychology.
I am an outfielder. I typically play either Left Field or Center Field. If I were to pick one, I would prefer Center Field
Nothing out of the ordinary. Before a game my teammates and I like to play a lot of hacky sack. I also like to get a good night’s sleep before a game, do some visualization, and listen to music.
When I was 8 years old, my family and I took a trip to Florida, and we went to a sporting goods store. My dad told me to pick out my first softball glove. On that same trip, we went to watch a university softball game, and from that point, I fell in love with the game. When we got back home my dad, Raoul Boudreau, started the Memramcook Softball Association. This is where my softball career started.
Softball has taken me to a lot of different places, but my favorite place I have went would be California. I had the opportunity to play in a major tournament, at a beautiful 8 field facility.
I have also gone to camps numerous times in Las Vegas.
However, within Canada, I also had the opportunity to play in White Rock, British Columbia, which is also considered ‘Softball City’.
During a season (Non-COVID year) we practice on average 6 days per week (On Field). We typically have 1 game throughout the week, and then play 4 games on the weekend (2 double headers). In a regular season, we play approximately 54 games between March and May.
On top of that and our regular class schedule, we do 8 hours per week of study hall, and 4-5 hours of strength training.
We play teams such as Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, etc.
I have been handling it well so far. I have been going on a lot more runs lately, to remain active, and don’t go into the city quite as much. Before I came back to school in the fall, I was a bit hesitant until I was sure I would be safe.
I would say my career highlight would be finishing 4th top batter (.500) at Canada games at the age of 16 and working out and practicing with the Canadian national team while living in BC and attending the Yale Softball Academy.