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2018 season. Coaches. Varsity. Head coach: Laura Childs. Assistant coach: Bri Turnwall. Assistant coach: Dani Summer. JV. Heidi Marshall. Rachel Hari. Prep. Jessica Cashman. Bri Turnwall/Laura Childs. ID: 735608 Download Presentation

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Lakeville North Girls Lacrosse

2018 season

Slide2

Coaches

Varsity

Head coach: Laura Childs

Assistant coach: Bri Turnwall

Assistant coach: Dani Summer

JV

Heidi Marshall

Rachel Hari

Prep

Jessica Cashman

Bri Turnwall/Laura Childs

Slide3

Fundraising

A)

Fundraising Overview

a. Fundraising Committee Purpose: Organize and manage fundraising events and game events.

b. Fundraising Purpose: Raise money to:

·

decrease booster costs

·

funds in-season training

·

fund team events

·

purchase of side-line jackets

c. Interested in being a part of the Fundraising Committee??

·

See Stacy Stanek or Michelle Hasner

Slide4

Fundraising part two

A)

Volunteering Overview

a.

Expectations

:

·

Players and parents are strongly encouraged to volunteer, goal is to have 100% participation in LNHS Girls Lacrosse events. This will ensure a successful season, with everyone working together, and a balance of volunteering time being spent by each player and parent.

·

Volunteering opportunities are simple and easy.

a.

Opportunities

for volunteering include:

·

Slide5

More fundraising

a.

Opportunities

for volunteering include:

·

Off-Season Concessions:

Friday, 2/28/18, 5:30-9:30PM

Vendor Card Sales Blitz:

Sunday, 3/18/18, 1:00-5:00PM

Silent Auction Fundraiser:

Saturday, 4/7/18, 2:00-4:00PM

In-Season Home Game Volunteering

a)

Tickets, Concessions, Announcing, Clock

Team Dinners (5) / Breakfast (1)

a)

Donating food and parent help

·

Specialty Nights / Team Events:

1.

Senior Night, Teacher Appreciation Night, Team Blanket Tying

·

End of Season Banquet:

1.

Brackett’s: Sunday, 6/3/18, 10:00AM-12:00PM

Slide6

Even more..

A)

Silent Auction Fundraiser:

a.

Where: Babes, Lakeville

b.

When: Saturday, 4/7/18, 2:00-4:00PM

c.

Tickets Sales: 10 per family at $10 per ticket.

·

Refund yourself by selling tickets.

·

Sell to your friends and family which increases attendance at fundraiser and ultimately the money raised for LNHS Girls Lacrosse.

·

If you sell your 10 tickets, you can always get more to sell.

·

Tickets also sold at the door.

d.

Basket Donation: One basket per family. $40 basket minimum value.

·

Basket themes available or ‘create your own’.

·

Sign up at table and Sign-up Genius will be created.

e.

Auction Volunteering: Parents and players can volunteer to help

Slide7

We Love fundraising

A)

Silent Auction Fundraiser:

a.

Where: Babes, Lakeville

b.

When: Saturday, 4/7/18, 2:00-4:00PM

c.

Tickets Sales: 10 per family at $10 per ticket.

·

Refund yourself by selling tickets.

·

Sell to your friends and family which increases attendance at fundraiser and ultimately the money raised for LNHS Girls Lacrosse.

·

If you sell your 10 tickets, you can always get more to sell.

·

Tickets also sold at the door.

d.

Basket Donation: One basket per family. $40 basket minimum value.

·

Basket themes available or ‘create your own’.

·

Sign up at table and Sign-up Genius will be created.

e.

Auction Volunteering: Parents and players can volunteer to help

Slide8

….

A)

Vendor Card Sales and Blitz

:

·

Sunday, 3/18/18, 1:00-5:00PM

·

Meet in the LNHS Commons at 12:45PM

·

We will be selling from 1:00-4:00PM

·

When the selling blitz is over, we will celebrate our sales with a pizza party and prizes.

1.

Players will be selling cards and parents will be driving. Sign-up Genius will be created to sign up to volunteer.

2.

Players will sell in pairs/groups and will have an adult driver.

3.

Players will be given 10 cards to sell from today until the Blitz. The more cards sold prior to the Blitz the better! If a player sells all 10 cards prior to the Blitz, they get 5 extra grabs out of the prize bag.

4.

The day of the Blitz each player gets one grab out of the prize bag for each 10 cards sold.

5.

The top car in sales gets an extra grab out of the prize bag.

Slide9

Blitz

·

Blitz Sales Day tips:

1.

When selling cards, put the card in the hand of the person you are selling to.

2.

Point out all of the free items on the card (4 FREE items)

3.

Point out that there are new Lakeville businesses on the card, and that most of our vendors are not on other cards that have been sold.

4.

Sell in neighborhoods where you know people!

Slide10

About your coaches

Coach Heidi: When athletes

believe

they can improve, they understand that

effort

makes them stronger. Therefore, they put in extra time and effort, and that leads to higher achievement. The key is having self-efficacy for the ability to improve. - Adapted from Carol Dweck

Coach Bri: “Do your best, until you know better, then do better.” -

Maya Angelou.

Coach Dani:

“True leaders understand that leadership is not about them but about those they serve. It is not about exalting themselves but about lifting others up.” -Shari L. Dew

Coach Laura: “

You have to believe in your process. You have to believe in the things that you are doing to help the team win. I think you have to take the good with the bad.”-Tom Brady

Anything worthy of your passion, should be worthy of your preparation.

-sue enquist

Coach rachel:there is always some kid who may be seeing me for the first or last time, I owe them my best.-Joe Dimaggio

Slide11

Vision for North Lacrosse

Keep Building

Consistency

Character building

Power House

State bound

Grow the program

Provide lots of offseason opportunities

Slide12

Coaching philosophy….

Slide13

Booster Club Members

Matt Mattis- President

Bryan Korb- VP

Jeff Fisher- Treasurer

Liz Edenfield- Communication

Stacy Stanek- Fundraising Coordinator

Slide14

Taylor Cummings

March 9th and March 10th

March 9th: High School take over.

Lakeville North Only

3:30pm-7pm@ the Savage dome.

March 10th optional/ additional shooting clinic.

OPEN to ALL

@ the Cages in Burnsville.

First-ever three-time Tewaaraton Award winner (2014, '15, '16)

Four-time IWLCA First Team All-American (2013, '14, '15, '16)

Three-time IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year (2014, '15, '16)

Four-time All-Conference team member (2013, '14, '1Two-time NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player (2014, '15)

Three-time NCAA Championship all-tournament team (2014, '15, '16)

Two-time ESPY Best Female College Athlete nominee (2014, '15)

U.S. National Team member (2014-pres.)

Slide15

Cabin Fever 4v4

WE NEED YOU! Great, fun way to start building team chemistry!

Run by MN ELITE

Date: Sunday, March 4th

Location: Champions Hall, Eden Prairie

Please reach out by tomorrow 2/14, if your daughter is planning on participating.

We need to register the teams ASAP

Slide16

Jeff Meland

Captain’s Practice training

During this time period the training focus will rely heavily on work capacity and endurance, mobility, and strength building.

Sessions will consist of a comprehensive warm-up and a heavy weight room focus for strength training and conditioning.

In-season focus

-The in-season training will incorporate a strong injury prevention focus, along with extensive speed and agility training, focusing on high quality athletic movement to increase speed and reduce injury.

Overall Goals

Familiarize the girls with strength based movements to increase strength and endurance in the pre-season

Reduce injury rates in season

Improve in-season performance by developing more explosive, more efficient movement patterns

Improve team building and on-field confidence

Slide17

Captains Practices/ Off-Season

A mix of lacrosse/speed/agility

Run by the Captains, Maria Slusser/Jeff Meland, Jess Cashman, Jeff Fisher

Dates:

#February 19th, 7:00-8:00pm

*February 20th, 6:30-8:00pm

*February 22nd, 7:00-8:00 pm

#February 26th, 7:00-8:00 pm

February 27th, 6:30-8:00 pm

*March 1st, 7:00-8:30 pm

*March 5th, 7:00-8:00 pm

#March 6th, 6:00-7:30 pm

#March 8th, 6:30-8:00 pm

#March 12th, 7:00-8:00 pm

March 13th, 5:30-7:00 pm

March 15th, 7:00-8:30 pm

#March 19th, 6:30-8:00

March 20th, 6:30-8:00

March 22nd, 6:30-8:00

* Maria Slusser will run

Slide18

Tryouts

Monday April 2nd-Wednesday 4th, 4pm-6:30

Team practices will begin Thursday April 5th

There will be groups formed throughout tryouts

No cuts. And you do not have to tryout for Varsity if you don't want to.

Teams will be posted Wednesday night/Thursday morning via email

Team Sizes (subject to change)

Varsity 17-18

JV- 20

Prep- 20

Varsity tryouts will be separate from Prep and JV

If trying to decide between varsity and JV...

Slide19

Try out expectations

Attitude and Effort is everything!!!!

Focus on basic skills/ fundamentals and scrimmages

Passing

Catching

Shooting

Dodges

Timed two mile EVERYDAY during tryouts! (not scary!)

Not around the track

Variation of sprints

Slide20

Captains

Abby - 612-356-1026

Anna - 952-220-2550

Kat - 952-463-8190

Chloe - 651-900-3860

Remind Me Chat

Text this number- 81010

Text this message- @Inhsgla

Wall ball and running starting first week of March on days when there are no captains

Slide21

Team communication

Coach to Parent- Weekly emails

Coach to athletes- Weekly emails, text/call to captains to send to team

Slide22

Varsity

Practices 3:30-5:30/6pm Monday-Friday

Saturday Morning 8:00

-NO CLIQUES

-Stats

-Competitive

-Fast paced game

-Need to be available until June 17

** Schedule changes will be communicated in weekly emails

Slide23

JV

Practices 3:30-5:00 Monday-Friday

GRASS field practices

Be ready to start promptly at 3:30

Saturday morning practices/team activity, schedule TBD

Coaches will use email as primary form of communication regarding schedule changes

Will elect captains after first week

Will follow the same protocols and rules as Varsity

Slide24

Prep

Focus: Developmental/Fun

Purpose: Integration into the North lacrosse culture

Practices will be held after school @ North

3pm-4:30pm

4-5 days a week

Currently working on game schedule

Prep specific meeting Next thursday @ North high school

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Rules

No club apparel at practices

Wear North or neutral colors

Grades will be monitored by coaching staff. Academics are important!!

ZERO tolerance of chemical and substance abuse

1 Mental Health Day given during season- no questions asked

Blackout days: Prom, senior skip days, etc.

Slide26

More rules

Game Day Procedures

Away games be 15 min early for bus: Remember no bus ride home, need to arrange your own transportation

Home games: Varsity will watch 1

st

half of JV then Warm-up. JV will watch at least 1

st

half of Varsity.

Phone Bucket

Lettering Policy

Practice & Dress with Varsity Team 50% or more of the season

Maintains Eligibility to compete per LNHS & MSHSL Academic & Social Policies

Quitting disqualifies you for lettering

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Parent Coach Interactions

While we are in season, coaches’ focus is on the athlete

Weekly emails

Games, practices, pasta dinners, schedule changes

24 hour cooling off period

Expectation

If there is something that pertains to the girls well-being please reach out to us to let us know.

Well-being is not playing time/play calling/etc.

Slide28

Varsity trip

Date:

Friday, April 6th-7th

Girls will be missing school on April 6th

Taking a coach bus

Location:

Northwestern University

, Chicago

Northwestern University vs. Ohio State

Back in time for the Babes Fundraiser

Slide29

Spirit wear

Slide30

Socks

Two pairs :)

Slide31

Games

Official Schedule is posted [ ]

Game reminders will be emailed in the weekly email/snapshot

-April 20 vs. Cretin

-April 26 vs Eastview 5pm/7pm

-May 1 vs Farmington 5pm/7pm

-May 3 @ Lakeville South

- May 8 @ Apple Valley

May 10 @ Prior Lake

May 12 @ White Bear Lake

-May 15 vs Rosemount 5pm/7pm

-May 17 @ Shakopee

-May 21 @ Hill Murray 5:30pm/7pm

-May 22 vs Burnsville 5pm/7pm

-May24 vs Eagan 5pm/7pm

Slide32

Pasta Dinners

April 19*

April 28

May 2*

May 5

May 9

May 12*-breakfast

May 28*

Slide33

Treasure Report

Starting 2017/2018 Season with a Balance of $16,000

Team Expenses Budget of $30,625 or $528 per player

Fundraising Revenue Budget of $22,600 or $389 per player

(Card Blitz, Babe’s, Concession Rotations, Worker Donations)

To send Checks that you were not able to give us tonight:

Jeff Fisher - 16943 Hubbard Trl - Lakeville, MN 55044

Questions? I have full budgets available for review after the meeting.

Slide34

Booster Board

We are looking for future board members

If you are interested reach out to Liz Edenfield :)

Slide35


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