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1 Title Slide

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3 Business items President’s Report

4 Roll Call

5 Business items Approve the change in status from “Provisional” to “Voting” member for clubs admitted September Approve the provisional membership of new clubs Elect four board members

6 Delegate approval to change the status from “Provisional” to “Voting” Sacramento Lacrosse Association

7 The NCJLA board recommends a Delegate approval to admit the following clubs as “Provisional” members Oakland Lacrosse Club Rio City Lacrosse

8 NCJLA board

9 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game

10 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game Avery Blake - Sportsmanship & Safety

11 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game Avery Blake - Sportsmanship & Safety Ben Sparks - Special Programs

12 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game Avery Blake - Sportsmanship & Safety Ben Sparks - Special Programs David Houseworth - Communications/Club support & compliance

13 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game Avery Blake - Sportsmanship & Safety Ben Sparks - Special Programs David Houseworth - Communications/Club support & compliance Jin Peavey - Secretary

14 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Alex Pouteau - Boys Game Avery Blake - Sportsmanship & Safety Ben Sparks - Special Programs David Houseworth - Communications/Club support & compliance Jin Peavey - Secretary Joe O’Brien - Club Support & Compliance

15 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit

16 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit Mickey Parmelee - Girls Game

17 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit Mickey Parmelee - Girls Game Phil Connolly - Vice President

18 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit Mickey Parmelee - Girls Game Phil Connolly - Vice President Steve Walker - Treasurer; Officials Liaison

19 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit Mickey Parmelee - Girls Game Phil Connolly - Vice President Steve Walker - Treasurer; Officials Liaison Tim Allen - Operations/Communications

20 Thanks to our 2011/2012 board Michael Lateef - Finance & Audit Mickey Parmelee - Girls Game Phil Connolly - Vice President Steve Walker - Treasurer; Officials Liaison Tim Allen - Operations/Communications Wes Koenig - Events

21 Special recognition and thanks to

22 Wes Koenig At Large Board member (Events), 9/ /2012

23 Special recognition and thanks to Wes Koenig At Large Board member (Events), 9/ /2012 Avery Blake At Large board member (Sportsmanship & Safety), 9/2010 – 9/2012

24 Thirteen member board. Nine board members returning for the second year of a two-year term Don AielloDavis Lacrosse Association Tim AllenLivermore Phantom Lacrosse David HouseworthOrangevale Rams Michael LateefRoss Valley Lacrosse Club Joe O'BrienBerkeley Lacrosse Club Mickey ParmeleeEl Dorado Hills Alex PouteauPleasanton Lacrosse Club Ben SparksSkyline Lacrosse Club Steve WalkerPetaluma Lacrosse Club

25 Four vacancies and four candidates for a slate vote. Nominees are elected to a two-year term. NomineeNominating Club Elaine Lea ChouFirehawks

26 Four vacancies and four candidates for a slate vote. Nominees are elected to a two-year term. NomineeNominating Club Elaine Lea ChouFirehawks Michael ColvinTomahawks

27 Four vacancies and four candidates for a slate vote. Nominees are elected to a two-year term. NomineeNominating Club Elaine Lea ChouFirehawks Michael ColvinTomahawks Phil ConnollyDiablo Scorpions

28 Four vacancies and four candidates for a slate vote. Nominees are elected to a two-year term. NomineeNominating Club Elaine Lea ChouFirehawks Michael ColvinTomahawks Phil ConnollyDiablo Scorpions Jin PeaveyPleasanton Lacrosse Club

29 Slate Vote

30 NCJLA board directors elect officers President Vice President Treasurer Secretary

31 Board Advisory Committees 1. Boy’s game – coaches & players 2. Girl’s Game – coaches & players 3. Sportsmanship & Safety – coaches & players 4. Club support and compliance

32 Board Advisory Committees 5. Finance and Audit 6. Operations 7. Officials 8. Communications 9. Special programs

33 Lunch & Vendors

34 President’s Annual Report Don Aiello

35 NCJLA Staff Nora Mitchell – Executive Director Kristine Wollam Love – Girls Director Jason Moore – Boys Director Dan Miller - Webmaster

36 NCJLA club numbers up slightly September clubs September clubs September clubs September clubs

37 400 teams fielded in 2012; up 5% overall; girls up 11%

38 7,733 players in the NCJLA in 2012

39 Coaches key to successful programs BoysGirls Total Teams Coaches ,020 Coaches/team

40 2,870 games scheduled in % growth over Boys1,588 1,955 1,967 Girls Total2,2962,725 2,870 *Seasonal games, Girls Play Day, festival, tournament, playoff & championship games

41 Total game changes up slightly; more weather related. Reason League related changes Venue and/or Start Time Change from TBD Cancelled Games (non weather related) Weather Related cancellations or reschedules Other date, start time, venue or opponent change, added games, dropped teams

42 We went the wrong way in 2012 Ejections Players Coaches 4 33 Parents

43 Reported concussions – no improvement 2011 – 16 reported cases (10 flagged) 2012 – 16 reported cases (4 flagged) Boys only; none reported for girls Most all attributed to illegal body checks

44 What should a league do or provide?

45 Establish a frame work for the seasonal play between teams by gender and level

46 What should a league do or provide? Establish a frame work for the seasonal play between teams by gender and level Establish divisions and conferences for play

47 What should a league do or provide? Establish a frame work for the seasonal play between teams by gender and level Establish divisions and conferences for play Establishes a mechanism for game scheduling and displaying each team’s performance and ranking

48 What should a league do or provide? Establish a frame work for the seasonal play between teams by gender and level Establish divisions and conferences for play Establishes a mechanism for game scheduling and displaying each team’s performance and ranking May schedule seasonal games

49 What should a league do or provide? Arranges for officials for all games

50 What should a league do or provide? Arranges for officials for all games Establishes expectations and rules for players, coaches, teams and clubs. Coordinates coach and parent training with local Chapter.

51 What should a league do or provide? Arranges for officials for all games Establishes expectations and rules for players, coaches, teams and clubs. Coordinates coach and parent training with local Chapter. Establish post season festivals, tournaments or championship play

52 What should a league do or provide? Arranges for officials for all games Establishes expectations and rules for players, coaches, teams and clubs. Coordinates coach and parent training with local Chapter. Establish post season festivals, tournaments or championship play Be a source of lacrosse information for current and future clubs and individuals

53 What should a league do or provide? Arranges for officials for all games Establishes expectations and rules for players, coaches, teams and clubs. Coordinates coach and parent training with local Chapter. Establish post season festivals, tournaments or championship play Be a source of lacrosse information for current and future clubs and individuals Provide scholarships and other material support, e.g., seasonal loaner equipment; start up loans.

54 NCJLA accomplishments

55 Reviewed and acted on various player and team related petitions (17 SIR incidents; 44 petitions)

56 NCJLA accomplishments Reviewed and acted on various player and team related petitions (17 SIR incidents; 44 petitions) Drafted and adopted policy Inappropriate Behavior policy and procedures

57 NCJLA accomplishments Reviewed and acted on various player and team related petitions (17 SIR incidents; 44 petitions) Drafted and adopted policy Inappropriate Behavior policy and procedures Coaches 1,020 NCJLA certified coaches Three Level 1 and one level 2 US Lacrosse coaching clinics Four PCA clinics (140 attendees)

58 NCJLA accomplishments Scholarships Initiated team scholarship program Eight applications in 2012; $13,765 awarded $12,000 budgeted for 2013

59 NCJLA accomplishments Scholarships Initiated team scholarship program Eight applications in 2012; $13,765 awarded $12,000 budgeted for 2013 Received $10,000 from BAYS foundation for non- HS player scholarships which will be awarded for 2013 season

60 NCJLA accomplishments Scholarships Initiated team scholarship program Eight applications in 2012; $13,765 awarded $12,000 budgeted for 2013 Received $10,000 from BAYS foundation for non- HS player scholarships which will be awarded for 2013 season Established $3,000 in HS player matching scholarships for 2013

61 NCJLA accomplishments Scholarships Initiated team scholarship program Eight applications in 2012; $13,765 awarded $12,000 budgeted for 2013 Received $10,000 from BAYS foundation for non- HS player scholarships which will be awarded for 2013 season Established $3,000 in HS player matching scholarships for 2013 Established $7,500 in equipment grants for 2013

62 NCJLA accomplishments Printed and distributed Pre-Game Protocol, Rules adoptions and score sheets for 400 teams

63 NCJLA accomplishments Held one summer workshop to address key topics

64 NCJLA accomplishments Held one summer workshop to address key topics 61 participants from 36 clubs attended ( 64% of clubs, up from 41% in 2011)

65 NCJLA accomplishments Held one summer workshop to address key topics 61 participants from 36 clubs attended ( 64% of clubs, up from 41% in 2011) Boys topics Season Start and End Dates / End of Season Format Seeding for A’s and HS teams Competitive Levels & Divisions Breakdown Officials

66 NCJLA accomplishments Summer workshop topics continued – Girls topics Team Registration & Game Scheduling Events Rules & Growth Umpire Issues

67 NCJLA accomplishments Summer workshop topics continued – General topics Coach Certification Program Team Registration and Rosters Player Eligibility/Age Safety Communications/seasonal logistics Training

68 Contracted fields at Treasure Island NCJLA accomplishments

69 Contracted fields at Treasure Island Girls Play Day (2 days at TI) NCJLA accomplishments

70 Contracted fields at Treasure Island Girls Play Day (2 days at TI) Post season festival, tournament, playoff and championship games for boys and girls over 4 days on 15 fields. NCJLA accomplishments

71 Contracted fields at Treasure Island Girls Play Day (2 days at TI) Post season festival, tournament, playoff and championship games for boys and girls over 4 days on 15 fields. Special thanks to Napa, Petaluma, Pleasanton and Elk Grove for hosting girls playoffs and the Diablo Scorpions for hosting the girls post season event. NCJLA accomplishments

72 Girls Play Day Season endTotal Boys Girls Total NCJLA accomplishments Games

73 NCJLA accomplishments Adopted 2012/13 budget in August 2012 – Registration fees – Officials’ fees

74 NCJLA accomplishments Adopted 2012/13 budget in August 2012 – Registration fees – Officials’ fees Coach’s questionnaire

75 Extend your thanks to your staff for all of their hard work

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77 A framework of voluntary fundamental baseline education and operational elements that establish high, but attainable standards of quality and safety. They embody the "Honor the Game" culture of our sport, and articulate the most worthy objectives of youth sports programs. They reinforce USL’s effort to help improve the consistency of the youth lacrosse experience across the country. What are the Gold Stick Standards? 77

78 Develop a USL Gold Stick “Seal of Approval” recognition program that leagues can meet the Standards via a self assessment process All youth lacrosse leagues achieve and operate under the USL Gold Stick Standards Program Objectives 78

79 Standard #1 - Rules: League must adhere to all current US Lacrosse youth rules and age guidelines, have them publicly available and regularly communicated to program coaches, administrators, and parents. 79 Gold Stick Standards

80 Standard #2 – League Administration: League has current, written policies for league governance that are publically available and regularly communicated to program administrators, coaches, parents and players through a multi-faceted communication system. 80 Gold Stick Standards

81 Standard #3 – Safety and Risk Management: League has written policies and plans for safety and risk management that are publicly available and regularly communicated to program coaches, administrators, and parents. Unless specifically noted, all policies are followed during all practices and games. 81 Gold Stick Standards

82 Standard #4 – Player Safety and Sportsmanship: League demonstrates a commitment to the safety of their players by publishing and promoting current information related to healthy lacrosse activity. League provides a detailed, written sportsmanship policy to players, parents, coaches, officials and administrators. 82 Gold Stick Standards

83 Standard #5 – Screened, Trained and Certified US Lacrosse Coaches: All head coaches are NCSI background checked, trained, and at least Level 1 certified through the US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program. 83 Gold Stick Standards

84 Standard #6 – Trained/Certified US Lacrosse Officials: Leagues must require, at a minimum that all officials assigned to league games are certified by their Local Board, and hold a current on-field rating prior to any assignment to the programs contests. All contests (with the exception of U-9 on a shortened field) will have a minimum of two officials assigned to each contest. 84 Gold Stick Standards

85 Standard #7 – Membership: All players, coaches, officials and administrators are current US lacrosse members. 85 Gold Stick Standards

86 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background

87 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process

88 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process Officiating

89 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process Officiating Do we honor the game

90 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process Officiating Do we honor the game Awareness & attendance of coach training opportunities

91 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process Officiating Do we honor the game Awareness & attendance of coach training opportunities Effectiveness of NCJLA communications to coaches

92 NCJLA coach’s questionnaire purpose Coaches’ background NCJLA Certified Coach’s process Officiating Do we honor the game Awareness & attendance of coach training opportunities Effectiveness of NCJLA communications to coaches Other concerns and issues

93 Thank you Have a great 2013 season

94 Thank you Have a great 2013 season Play hard. Play fair. Have fun.


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