13/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Arrieche scores 4 Runs in Venezuelan Win over Cuba

In the first game at Bob White Field at John Fry Park in Edmonton, Canada, Venezuela beat Cuba 11-5 on Sunday afternoon. It was their first victory at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup, while Cuba dropped to 0-3 in the tournament. Venezuela scored in six of the seven innings to win the Latin duel.

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13/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Canada edges out Australia for 3rd Win

Canada remains undefeated at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Edmonton, Canada. On Sunday afternoon at Telus Field, the Maple Leafs scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge out Australia 5-4. It was their third win in the third game at the tournament, remaining undefeated before their clash with Team USA on Monday evening. Australia dropped to 1-2.

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12/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Maple Leafs stay on Course against Venezuela

Canada welcomed Venezuela at the V Women’s Baseball World Cup with an impressive ten-run rule shortened 14-2 victory. They scored four runs in the first and blew the score wide open in the fourth and the fifth to end it early. It is the second win for the host at Telus Field in Edmonton, remaining on course for a medal. Venezuela arrived only a few hours before game time and only was able to be a threat in the first.

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12/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: USA escapes Australia with Comeback Win

Team USA captured their second win in the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup at Telus Field in Edmonton, Canada on Saturday. They edged out Australia in a thrilling affair, winning by a score of 11-8. The US squad came back from an early 2-7 deficit, plating five crucial runs in the last two frames of the game. Australia dropped to 1-1 in the tournament.

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11/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Canada has successful Opening in Edmonton

Host Canada had a perfect start into the V Women’s Baseball World Cup, dispatching Chinese Taipei 12-2 on Friday evening. The Maple Leafs countered an early lead of the Asians with five runs in the first two frames and put the game in the books with seven combined runs in the fourth and fifth. Meagan Cornelssen drove in three, Nicole Luchanski scored three times.

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11/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Chinese Taipei hands Cuba second Loss

The V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup continued on Saturday morning with a 6-3 victory by Chinese Taipei over Cuba at Telus Field in Edmonton, Canada. Two runs apiece in the second, fourth and sixth lifted the Asians to their first victory in the tournament. They had lost to Canada on opening day. Cuba lost for the second time in as many days.

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11/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: Aussies win over Cuba

A six-run rally in the fifth inning helped Australia to a 12-4 win over Cuba in the afternoon game at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup at Telus Field in Edmonton, Canada. The team from Down Under overcame 0-3 and 3-4 deficits to beat the Caribbean squad. Christina Kreppold (4-5, 4 RBI) led Australia on offense. Kim McMillan dominated in a four-inning relief appearance.

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10/08/2012 1 Minute Read

Women’s BWC: USA shuts out Netherlands

The United States opened the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup at Telus Field in Edmonton, Canada on Friday morning with a 10-0 shutout over the Netherlands. The American squad won in five innings, led by pitchers Kristin Caldwell and Kayla Bufardeci, who hold their counterparts to just one hit in the game. The US offense scored in each of the five innings to provide plenty run support.

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06/08/2012 2 Minute Read

USA Baseball announces Roster for Women’s Baseball World Cup

SALT LAKE CITY — With the IBAF World Cup in Edmonton, Alberta, just a couple of days away, the USA Women’s National Team finalized its 20-player roster on Wednesday night.

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30/07/2012 2 Minute Read

Baseball Canada announces Women’s National Team

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada announced the twenty players that will represent Canada at the IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Edmonton August 10th-19th.

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