Mandatory Player Assessments

This year’s assessments will take place at the UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Facility on February 3rd (afternoon) and February 5th (evening).

Signup for an assessment time

The link to the signup form will be posted here and will be sent out to the families of players needing to attend in January.

  • There are 12 spots available for each assessment time.
  • Assessments are 30 minutes in length.

If you need to cancel or change your player’s spot, please do not contact the registrar, but go back to the link provided and change your player’s date or time through “Signup”.

Which divisions need to attend?

  • Any Mini-Minor A player (age 8) who would like to play up in the Minors.
  • All Minors players (age 9)
  • All players who would like to be drafted to Majors B (ages 10-12)
  • All players would would like to be drafted to Majors A (ages 10-12)

*NOTE* If you are a returning Major’s player, you do NOT have to attend assessments as you will remain on the same Majors A team.

If you are unsure of which division you registered your player in, please contact Cory, our registrar, at

Place and time of assessments

Assessments will take place in February prior to the season.


All assessments will be done at the UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Facility

3085 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3

Why are assessments required?

We take tremendous pride in continuing the Dunbar Little League tradition of having balanced regular season teams where all teams play against other DLL teams during the regular season culminating in playoffs and eventual DLL division champions.

These assessments are not a competition!

Mandatory pre-season assessments are done so that we have the best chance at creating balanced teams for Minors and Majors divisions and also ensuring all Majors coaches have all the information they need to draft balanced teams.

We understand and recognize that the vast majority of players may not have touched a baseball since our season last year. Please inform your child that assessments are absolutely not competitive and that there should be no pressure or stress associated with them. Every single player will be placed on a balanced team with a supportive coach.

In addition to our regular season programming, we have an extensive and comprehensive player and coach development program being offered this year (at no extra cost) for those players who are interested in the opportunity to improve their baseball skills. We are very focused on providing programming this Spring that is focused on fun and teamplay for our players with a lot of opportunity to improve if desired.

Assessment process

  • All evaluations will be performed by the UBC coaching staff.
  • No parents, coaches or spectators will be allowed to enter the facility.
  • All players must sign up in advance (link to be sent out to registered players in January)
  • Players must sign up in their designated division (for example: do not sign up your 11 year old in the Minors’ section).
  • If you have multiple children registered, we apologize but we cannot accommodate players at different levels to be assessed at the same time.

Players must wear the following:

  • Runners (NO cleats)
  • Baseball pants or athletic pants or shorts
  • Shirt they can hit and throw easily in
  • Jackets must be left with the parents and not brought into the facility.

Players must BRING the following:

  • Personal batting helmet
  • Personal glove

*UBC will NOT be able to provide players with gloves or helmets.


Arrive 10 minutes prior to your assessement time and sign in with the UBC staff member at the North entrance to the UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Facility. 3085 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3

  • Assessments are 30 minutes in length.
  • Please pick up your player at the West entrance sliding doors.

What if my player can't make it to an assessment?

While we strive to provide a variety of dates and times to accommodate family schedules, we realize that you still may not be able to attend an assessment time. 


If you do not attend the pre-season assessment, your player will:

  • Not have information for the Major’s coaches in the draft process and, therefore, may not be drafted to a Majors A team and will remain in Minors (9) or Majors B (10-12).
  • Not be able to play up a division (if you had indicated this during registration.