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Agenda  Program Overview  Mission and Development  League and Team Structure  Evaluations  2015 Updates  Rationale and Criteria  Schedule  Parent.

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2 Agenda  Program Overview  Mission and Development  League and Team Structure  Evaluations  2015 Updates  Rationale and Criteria  Schedule  Parent and Player Expectations  Conflict Resolution  Equipment  Announcements and Resources

3 Program Overview Our mission is to provide a safe, secure, and supportive environment for our student – athletes here at Arrowhead High School by providing a positive atmosphere where emphasis is placed on a mutual respect for all individuals, teams, coaches, officials, parents, and fans. By focusing on constructive education and personal development, participants will have the opportunity to maximize achievement through their individual and collective efforts. The development of the players' self confidence and sportsmanship will enhance their social, emotional, and intellectual growth while empowering them to be productive members of their school, community, and charitable considerations. And finally, by promoting a positive culture and love for the game we will offer rewarding experiences and allow lacrosse to enrich their lives for years to come.

4 Program Overview Optimize Program Development Overall quality of the program Have a clearly defined program focus Strive to make the program systematic Optimize Team Development Understand what differentiates a team from a group Shared understanding of purpose, goals, and objectives Work effectively from mutually agreed upon activities, procedures, and structure Commitment to team’s purpose, respect of others, and interdependence Understand the difference between the task versus the process Optimize Individual Development Productive instruction Focused coaching – skills/athlete Life learning process Quality experience

5 Classic 8 Lacrosse League  Red Division  Arrowhead  Brookfield Co-op  Catholic Memorial HS  Franklin HS  Kettle Moraine HS  Lakeshore Co-op  Marquette University HS  Waukesha Co-op  Black Division  Heritage Christian  Kenosha Co-op  Mukwanago HS  Ozaukee Co-op  St. John’s NWMA  University School  Wauwatosa Co-op  Watertown?

6 Team Structure (2015 Change) Varsity Programs Head Coach – Erin M. Ennis Contact Information: Assistant Coaches: Brent Boerner, Adam Holka, Phil Petronelli, Jake Sweitzer, Mike Wadman Highly competitive within the MAYLA conference and the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Highest level of skill, knowledge, athletic ability, and team dynamic is the focus Commitment of a minimum of 5 days per week of practice/game schedule Regular intrastate travel and occasional tournament travel required 22 to 26 players (may vary based on Head Coach’s discretion)

7 Junior Varsity Head Coach – Dan McLendon Contact Information: Assistant Coaches: Anthony DiGiacomo, John Kelley, Lucas Wolf Competitive program within the MAYLA conference and Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Intermediate development of the players skills, knowledge and team dynamic are the focus Transitional program for a higher level of play to AHS varsity or post high school Commitment of a minimum of 5 days per week of practice/game schedule Regular intrastate travel and occasional tournament travel may be required 22 to 26 players (may vary based on Head Coach’s discretion) Team Structure

8 Freshman (JV Schedule) Head Coach – Cal Essig Contact Information: Assistant Coaches: Chris Cobus, Mark Pucek, Tom Gilligan Competitive program within the C8C and Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Fundamental development of the players skills, knowledge and team dynamic are the primary focus Considered a transitional or developmental program for a higher level of play Commitment of a minimum of 5 days per week of practice/game schedule Regular intrastate travel and occasional tournament travel may be required 22 to 26 players (may vary based on Head Coach’s discretion)

9 Evaluations: 2015 Updates  Four Team to Three Team Structure  Varsity, Junior Varsity, Freshman (JV)  Selection Process during Evaluation Week  Simplify  Aligns with WIAA standards  Consistent Experience  Aligns with current Resources

10 By the Numbers…Participants

11 By the Numbers…Coaches

12 By the Numbers…Resources

13 By the Numbers…Gap

14 By the Numbers…Realignment

15 2015 Evaluations  Program Development Approach  Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores  Build from the bottom up  It starts with the Freshman (LCL)  Parental Support

16  Factors and Considerations Players will be placed on the appropriate roster by: Skills/Ability Game Acumen Position Work Ethic/Effort Development Potential 2015 Evaluations

17 March 9 th, 11 th, and 13 th 3:30-5p (juniors/seniors only) March 16 th – 20 st 5:00-7p Lacrosse skills evaluation – Midwest Orthopedic Sports Complex – Formally Brookfield Indoor Soccer Complex M, T, W, F: 5-7p (everyone) Speed/Strength evaluation – NxLevel Pro Performance Center Thursday, 1½ hour sessions 3:30-8p (assigned) Rosters Posted Friday Evening/Saturday Morning Give it 48 hours – happy to speak with you Will not discuss other student athletes specifically

18 NXLevel Evaluation Groups Group#LastFirstGrd C MihojevichAdam12 C NigelSean12 C HundtParker12 C NiehoffJim12 C TheisenTravis12 C McBrideColin12 C FilmanowiczJoey12 C FrostBenjamin12 C HopkinsZach12 C JamiesonAlex12 C EskoffDrew12 C CutreChase12 C StarZach12 C TiceHarry12 C DvorakBenji12 C WittkopfKurth12 C ZoromskiTanner12 C KeithRyan12 C CopeAndrew12 C GilliganSean12 C HerzogRiley12 C GraberConnor12 C HarringtonJacob11 C JanuszJordan11 C MaynardJacob11 C ZimmermannEvan11 C WohlfielDylan11 C WohlfielErik11 C BoelterWill11 C DrosdickJon11 C GaedingMichael11 C HeintskillTimothy11 C LipkeMitchell11 B MaceyGarth11 B MicheliniSidney11 B PloetzLuke11 B SellnerMax11 B MayNoah11 B ArnettEthan11 B KirkpatrickWill11 B ConnCarlos11 B DauryJonathan11 B DiGiacomoMichael11 B HuthHunter11 B GerlachJJ11 B PetersonMax11 B TuchalskiCollin11 B WestfallNicholas11 B LeschMatthew10 B CopeConnor10 B FrostJonathon10 B MillerThomas10 B PapandreaSpencer10 B HofkampWill10 B BarnesJack10 B CoxDylan10 B DettmanZach10 B DingmannMatthew10 B GraberTrevor10 B HansonAndrew10 B KlauckRyan10 B McSorleyIan10 B MyersCarson10 B PriestIan10 B RostagnoTy10 B RummelNoah10 A SondermanJoshua10 A TeelConnor10 A ThorstensonJohn10 A TormalaElijah10 A WilliamsPatrick10 A AkersConnor10 A EvansGarrett10 A OverlandMichael9 A ArnettQuintin9 A KirkpatrickAlec9 A BaileyJonathan9 A BrookesDavid9 A CissneKyle9 A CuculiKeenan9 A FentonKylar9 A FriendJP9 A HanleyConnor9 A HughesBrett9 A KaiserRyan9 A LeglerCharles9 A MacLeanGreyson9 A ManiaciJoey9 A MeierJoey9 A MillerEric9 A PetersonAnthony9 A RoweLucas9 A SchaulCalvin9 A SchiebleMaxwell9 A ShattuckRobert9 A SiepmannCole9 A TheisenTyler9 A WinkelmanRJ9 3:30 – 5:00 5:00 – 6:306:30 – 8:00

19 Practice and Games Practice off campus – Lisbon Community Park Start time ranges from 4 to 5 depending on the specific coach and team. Regular practice is typically +-2 hours. Pregame practice is +- 1 ½ hours. Each team is independent on practice times Games any day of the week Conference typically weekdays Non-conference typically weekends posted on AHS web and C8 web

20 Parent and Player Expectations Family, faith, and yourself Academics AHS athletic code of conduct and student handbook Lacrosse Current member US Lacrosse – insurance Be on time Maximum effort Communication Respect * employment and other activities

21 Conflict Resolution Player to Player Self resolution Team captain guidance Head or assistant coach guidance Activities Director Player to Coach Team captain guidance Directly with the coach or alternate coach Activities Director Parent to Coach Directly with the coach or alternate coach Activities Director

22 Required Equipment Helmet Mouth guard Gloves Shoulder pads Elbow pads Protective Cup Lacrosse Stick Cleats (red/white or red/black) Uniforms, warm-ups, socks, lax bag Compression wear *Sticks - Save your $, practice your skills

23 Resources Parent Player Handbook Team Coaches Parent Club Representatives Activities Office Arrowhead Boys Lacrosse link on AHS web Contact information Schedules Announcements Practice Notifications Important Dates

24 Parent Club Representatives Jessica Frost, Bruce Hopkins, Anita Hopkins, Holly Filmanowicz, Mary DiGiacomo, Lisa Kirkpatrick, *If anyone would like to participate as a parent representative please contact one of the current Parent Reps.

25 Off Season Opportunities  Hot 4 Lax   True Lacrosse   Infinity Lacrosse   Golden Eagle Elite Lacrosse 

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27 2012 Wisconsin D1 State Champions


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