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The

information in this Power Point deck will help you create presentations to pitch lacrosse in schools or solicit donors/sponsors.

*Note: You need to view this

as a slide show presentation in order to click on the links provided in these slides.

Slide2

Mission

US Lacrosse

provides national

leadership, structure and resources to fuel the sport’s growth and enrich the experience of participants.

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Slide3

Local Support

US Lacrosse is represented by 68 local chapters covering 45 states

. They are there to

help you! Visit www.uslacrosse.org/chapters.Chapters are volunteer-led extensions of US Lacrosse, bringing the US Lacrosse brand, programs and services to local communities. Chapters serve players, coaches, officials, administrators, leagues, members and fans.

Slide4

“Lacrosse

Is Actually America’s Fastest-Growing

Sport.

In the past decade, participation in high-school lacrosse has exploded….it’s really America’s sport of the future.”-BuzzFeed

2014

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Slide5

The Power and Reach of Lacrosse

Lacrosse

T

oday – Youth & High School GrowthFor well over a decade, lacrosse has been the fastest-growing team sport among National Federation of State High School Association (NFHS) member schools.That trend continues to be evidenced over the five-year period (2009-14):

T

he

number of schools sponsoring

boys’ lacrosse grew by

28%

T

he

number of schools sponsoring

girls’ lacrosse grew by

31%

No

other sport for either boys or girls had a growth rate above

10%

5

Youth lacrosse (15 &

under) remains the largest segment of the

sport

:

New York

continued

to top the list as the state with the most youth players

In the last five years, the number of

boys & girls playing the sport at this age

level

has increased 43%

Slide6

The Power and Reach of Lacrosse

Lacrosse Today –

Fastest-Growing College Sport

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*2015

NCAA PARTICIPATION REPORT

Growth

across men’s and women’s lacrosse across all NCAA divisions notably outpaced all other sports from

2000-2014:

Participation

in women’s lacrosse increased by 109%

(225 teams to 470), followed by indoor track (59%), ice hockey (58%), outdoor track (52%) and golf (48

%)

Among men’s sports, total lacrosse participation is up 95%

(203 teams to 350) over the same period, followed by volleyball (54%), indoor track (40%), outdoor track (35%) and soccer (32%)

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Participation & Growth

Pull information from the US Lacrosse

Participation Survey to create slides with information about the growth of the sport.

The US Lacrosse Participation Report is produced annually to monitor participation at different levels of the sport across the country. This report counts only participation on organized teams and does not include leisure-time play of lacrosse.The primary source of data for this report are surveys completed by active US Lacrosse regional chapters. Data also is obtained from US Lacrosse membership records, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the National Federation of State High School Associations and www.laxpower.com

.

2014 US Lacrosse Participation Report

2013 US Lacrosse Participation Report

2012 US Lacrosse Participation Report

2011 US Lacrosse Participation Report

Slide8

Helpful

Videos

Use videos from the US Lacrosse YouTube site to promote lacrosse during your presentations.*Note: in order to click on the links to the videos, you need to view this in the Slide Show mode, or right click and edit the hyperlink to copy/paste the URL in your web browser.About US Lacrosse video clip About the Sport video

clip

This

is

Lacrosse

video

Game

On: The National Campaign for

Lacrosse

Getting

Started: New Lacrosse Coaches

US Lacrosse

Coaching Education Program Intro

Slide9

Safety

Pull information from the US Lacrosse

Health & Safety page to include in your presentation.

The Health & Safety section of the US Lacrosse website

has

helpful articles, links and contact information regarding lacrosse

safety

, access to concussion awareness programs,

tips

on nutrition, heat and hydration, risk management and emergency plans, age-appropriate athlete development and injury prevention and conditioning.

Health & Safety

Slide10

Education & Training

A safe and positive playing experience starts by knowing the rules and how to appropriately and effectively coach, officiate and play the game

.

Coaches and officials need effective training - through US Lacrosse's certified training programs - to ensure athlete safety. Read more about USL's Coaching Education ProgramUS Lacrosse also commits significant resources to the proper training of officials for both the men's and women's game. Read more about USL's Officials Training ProgramWomen's lacrosse differs greatly from men's lacrosse and should not be played or taught the same way. Learn

the differences to keep the game safe

.

To keep things safe, all lacrosse participants have a responsibility to know the rules...parents and players included! Most injuries occur as a result of rule infractions. Know the rules and participate in US Lacrosse's campaigns for fair and safe

play.

Men's

& Women's

Rules

Slide11

Boys

Equipment Articles and Information

Equipment Description

Field Player Equipment VideoGoalie Equipment VideoHelmet Fitting TipsUSL Position Statement on HelmetsUSL Position Statement on

Mouth guards

USL Position Statement on NCAA Stick Specs

NOCSAE Standards for Helmets with Faceguards

Men's Rules

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Girls Equipment

Articles and Information

Equipment

DescriptionWomen's RulesWomen's Headgear Standard ApprovedTalking Points About HeadgearLegal SticksApproved Eyewear ListUSL Position Statement on EyewearResearch Abstract: Effectiveness of the Women's Lacrosse Eyewear Mandate

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Your Team

Put your team name as the title and explain what you have done already to help form this team such as: developing your mission, vision, and goals; securing some or all of necessary funding, player interest and leadership, trained coaches and officials; creating a board and booster club. Also provide participation statistics fro the team if applicable, and what you anticipate future growth to be.

Slide14

Funding and Support for

this

team

Explain how you will fund and support the cost of this team with recommendations and ideas from the New Start manual

Slide15

US Lacrosse

and

Community Support

Explain how you will use the support of US Lacrosse, your local US Lacrosse Chapter and any other outside support such as sponsors to start and support your team. See the information about US Lacrosse Chapters in your New Start manual.

Slide16

Proposed

Timeline

You’ll want to show that you are organized and have a plan for forming your team. Present a proposed timeline of events (including due dates for registration, recruiting coaches, meeting dates, fundraising events

etc and a proposed game schedule.

Slide17

School

Support

Explain what you will now need from the school and/or town-remember make it as easy as possible to say yes!

Slide18

Acknowledgements

Be sure to thank the proper people for their time, for listening and for their consideration, and others who have helped you get started. Be sure to also list your contact information at the end of the presentation.

Slide19

Thank You

Insert

Organization Website, Contact Information and Pictures (if available)


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