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Girls Session Kristine Love Director of Girls Lacrosse
About Me… This will be my sixth year as Girls Director for the NCJLA! I played D1 & Club Lacrosse for St. Mary’s College of California. I used to play with a wooden stick & now I have a carbon stick (that’s how old I am). Little known fact…
Session Objectives Go over the administrative roles of NCJLA staff members, commissioners, and girl’s reps Key Calendar dates Review Season Events Umpire Training and Play Day End of Year Tournament and Festival Coaching Staff: The foundation of a successful program
2014 Season Recap Commissioner’s Training Scheduler’s Training Created the Sportsmanship Incident Report (SIR) process Coaches Training and NorCal Convention
NCJLA Board Director of Girls Lacrosse Division Commissioner Girls Reps Club Members: Players, Coaches, & Parents
Girls Director Objective is to be proactive prior to NCJLA deadlines and assist with: – Club Administration – League Organization – League Policies – Girls Events – Communicate – Here to help
Commissioners – GHS- Dean Whipple, S.J. Extreme – GU15- Dave Trahan, Novato Lacrosse Club – GU13- Kelly French, Pleasanton Pride Girls Lacrosse Club – GU11- Melissa Ramos, Pleasanton Pride Girls Lacrosse Club – GU9- Laura Jennings, Petaluma Lacrosse Club
Commissioners Current Commissioners: GHS- Laura Jennings GU13- Kelly French GU11 & GU9- Melissa Ramos Recruiting: GU15 Commissioner
Girls Reps Actively communicate with GD and Commissioners. Maintain the girls culture within the club. –What makes your program unique “FOMO”? Create the trajectory of your girl’s program to accomplish your clubs’ season goals. Educate coaches & parents on game rules. If necessary assist in finding volunteers/staff for NCJLA events or umpires for umpire training. Monthly Conference Calls Club Coaches and Parents NCJLA Announcements Girls Director & Commissioner Monthly Conference Calls
Monthly conference calls, second Monday of each month at 7:30PM October- No meeting November 10- Team registration December 8- Scheduling January- No meeting February 9- Umpire Training & Season Start March- No Meeting April 13- Playoffs, Season Questions, Season End May 4 (out of pattern)- End of Season Events Conference Call number: , Code:
Key Changes for 2015 Season Game Rules (NCJLA Only) – 9 th grade GU15 eligible players no longer have to petition to play at GU15A/B – Full Checking at GU15A – Removal of three pass rule at GU11
Key Changes for 2015 Season (cont.) Events – GU9 season will start off the season with a festival – New season end date for GU11 – Flighted Tournament for GU11 Emphasis on full field sportsmanship! – Requiring clubs to send adults to umpire training – Coaches education opportunities
Season Calendar- Key Dates February 28 th & March 1 st Junior Umpire Training March 7 th Season Opens March 7 th GU9 Play Day May 3 rd End of Regular Season for GHS, ‘A’- Division, GU11 and GU9 May 9 th GHS Championships, ‘A’ Division Playoffs, GU11 Flighted Tournament & GU9 Festival May 16 th and 17 th ‘A’ Division Championships and ‘B’ Division Flighted Tournament
Girls Play Day February 28 th and March 1 st GU15A, GU13B, and GU11 only Clubs from Marin, North Bay, and South Bay must continue to recruit two new junior umpires All clubs must send two adults
GU9 Play Day Saturday March 7 th Includes clinics to go over rules and skills – I’ll be looking for help from veteran coaches! Mini 20 minute games
GHS Championships Standings are based off of the same RPI that the boys use. Saturday May 9 th One day championship tournament 2014 Championship team has first right of refusal to host. – GHS (Championship), Napa * Tournament structure will be based off of final team registration and will be announced before scheduling meetings.
‘A’ Division Championships Standings are based off of the same RPI that the boys use. Key Dates: – Saturday May 9 th Semifinal round – Sunday May 17 th Championship games hosted by NCJLA 2014 Championship team has first right of refusal to host Semifinal round. – GU15A (Semifinals), Novato – GU13A (Semifinals), Skyline *Tournament structure will be based off of final team registration and will be announced before scheduling meetings.
‘B’ Division & GU11 Flighted Tournament and GU9 Festival GU9, May 9 th : – Festival hosted by a volunteer club. Will need 4-6 GU9 fields. GU11, May 9 th : – Flighted * tournament hosted by the NCJLA GU15 and GU13B, May 16 th and 17 th – Flighted * tournament hosted by the NCJLA *Flighted tournament standings are based only off of the official standings on the NCJLA website.
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