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WCL Standings

NorthWL%
1 Bel17110.607
2 Yak16110.593
3 Wen15130.536
4 Kel14140.500
5 Vic13140.481
6 PA9180.333
SouthWL%
1 Cor2070.741
2 Por2080.714
3 Wal13140.481
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben5220.185
NorthWL%
1 Bel1880.692
2 Kel14120.538
3 Vic14130.519
4 PA12150.444
5 Wen11150.423
6 Yak11160.407
SouthWL%
1 Por1790.654
2 Cor16110.593
3 Wal15120.556
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben7200.259
NorthWL%
1 Bel35190.648
2 Kel28260.519
3 Vic27270.500
4 Yak27270.500
5 Wen26280.481
6 PA21330.389
SouthWL%
1 Por37170.685
2 Cor36180.667
3 Wal28260.519
4 Cow20340.370
5 Ben12420.222
  • Kelowna Falcons
  • City: Kelowna, BC
  • Stadium:Elks Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity:1200
  • Ownership:Dan Nonis
  • General Manager:Mark Nonis
  • Head Coach:Bryan Donohue
  • Founded:2000
  • WCL Membership:2005
About the Kelowna Falcons:

The Kelowna Falcons are one of the two Canadian representatives in the West Coast League and are also one of the WCL's original members. They will celebrate their 18th anniversary during the 2018 season.

The club was originally known as the Kelowna Grizzlies before being purchased in 2000 by Dan Nonis who changed the team's name to the Falcons. Since then, the organization has developed hundreds of the best collegiate players in North American, and there are numerous former Falcons currently climbing through the ranks of the Minor Leagues.

The Falcons originally played in the Pacific International League (PIL). They joined the WCL in 2005, becoming one of the original seven members of the league.

Falcons Facts:

The Falcons play their home games at historic Elks Stadium, which is one of the oldest parks in the WCL. The stadium seats 1,200 fans and features great vantage points from all around the ball park. Elks has had some renovations in recent years, including new lights, backstop, playing surface, and grandstand seating.

Falcons Stars:
Taylor Wright (SS, University of Maryland)
Cal Hehnke (RHP, University of Nebraska, Omaha)
James Paxton (LHP, Seattle Mariners - 2007)

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DATETIMEOPPONENTMEDIA
Jul 05
Fri
6:35 PM @ Kelowna Falcons Listen Live Game Live
Jul 06
Sat
6:35 PM @ Kelowna Falcons Listen Live Game Live
Jul 07
Sun
6:05 PM @ Kelowna Falcons Listen Live Game Live
Aug 02
Fri
6:35 PM Kelowna Falcons
Listen Live Game Live
Aug 06
Tue
6:35 PM Kelowna Falcons
Listen Live Game Live
Aug 07
Wed
7:05 PM Kelowna Falcons
Listen Live Game Live
Jul 31
Tue
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsL3-2 Box Score wrap
Aug 01
Wed
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsW6-7 Box Score wrap
Aug 02
Thu
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsW0-2 Box Score wrap

Kelowna Falcons Address: Recreation Ave, Kelowna, BC V1Y 7V5, Canada

Kelowna Falcons
  • City: Kelowna, BC
  • Stadium: Elks Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity:1200
  • Ownership:Dan Nonis
  • General Manager:Mark Nonis
  • Head Coach:Bryan Donohue
  • Founded:2000
  • WCL Membership:2005
About the Kelowna Falcons:

The Kelowna Falcons are one of the two Canadian representatives in the West Coast League and are also one of the WCL's original members. They will celebrate their 18th anniversary during the 2018 season.

The club was originally known as the Kelowna Grizzlies before being purchased in 2000 by Dan Nonis who changed the team's name to the Falcons. Since then, the organization has developed hundreds of the best collegiate players in North American, and there are numerous former Falcons currently climbing through the ranks of the Minor Leagues.

The Falcons originally played in the Pacific International League (PIL). They joined the WCL in 2005, becoming one of the original seven members of the league.

Falcons Facts:

The Falcons play their home games at historic Elks Stadium, which is one of the oldest parks in the WCL. The stadium seats 1,200 fans and features great vantage points from all around the ball park. Elks has had some renovations in recent years, including new lights, backstop, playing surface, and grandstand seating.

Falcons Stars:
Taylor Wright (SS, University of Maryland)
Cal Hehnke (RHP, University of Nebraska, Omaha)
James Paxton (LHP, Seattle Mariners - 2007)

Follow the Falcons: