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1 Rosemount Women’s Soccer 2014 Player/Parent Spring Meeting

2 Agenda IntroductionsIntroductions Program ObjectivesProgram Objectives Goals/FocusGoals/Focus Summer Events/ActivitiesSummer Events/Activities 2014 Tryouts2014 Tryouts Team Selection CriteriaTeam Selection Criteria ExpectationsExpectations Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteer Opportunities LetteringLettering Clover ClubClover Club 3D Award3D Award Requirements for ParticipationRequirements for Participation MiscellaneousMiscellaneous QuestionsQuestions

3 Introductions Coaching StaffCoaching Staff Varsity- Kevin Adams Assistant Varsity- Nicole Tompkins JV- Gretchen Stramel Sophomore- Ann Marie Kline 9 Blue- Hayley Lonnquist 9 Green- Ricardo Walters

4 Introductions CaptainsCaptains Brenna Sullivan, Sara Stuckey, Carly Dawson Booster ClubBooster Club President- Bob Luna Vice President- Andrea Strosnider-Green Treasurer- Molly & Rich Sachse Secretary- Stefani Stuckey Booster Club meets 1 st Wednesday of each month at RHS, 7:00 PM. All Parents Welcome! Without Volunteers, successful program not possible

5 RHS Program Objectives Maintain pride in the program and foster team spirit and continued joy for the gameMaintain pride in the program and foster team spirit and continued joy for the game Develop our student athletes with the confidence, pride, integrity, class, discipline, responsibility, & leadership that will help them to become not only better players, but also better peopleDevelop our student athletes with the confidence, pride, integrity, class, discipline, responsibility, & leadership that will help them to become not only better players, but also better people Respectful and open communication with players and parentsRespectful and open communication with players and parents

6 RHS Program Objectives Create an environment that fosters teamwork and builds chemistry at all levelsCreate an environment that fosters teamwork and builds chemistry at all levels Attract players who are willing to work hard and contribute to a positive program cultureAttract players who are willing to work hard and contribute to a positive program culture Ongoing improvement through player development from youth programs through high schoolOngoing improvement through player development from youth programs through high school Competitive success at all levelsCompetitive success at all levels Have FunHave Fun AS A COACHING STAFF WE STRIVE TO BE FAIR, BUT FAIR DOES NOT ALWAYS MEAN EQUALAS A COACHING STAFF WE STRIVE TO BE FAIR, BUT FAIR DOES NOT ALWAYS MEAN EQUAL

7 9 th grade, Sophomore, & JV Focus & Goals Readying players for competition at the next level of play(speed of play/physical-intense nature of play)Readying players for competition at the next level of play(speed of play/physical-intense nature of play) Ensure athletes feel they are valued and key members of the program and its successEnsure athletes feel they are valued and key members of the program and its success Competitive success and ConsistencyCompetitive success and Consistency Develop team chemistry and have funDevelop team chemistry and have fun Players must put in the work and push themselves to be their best and maintain a positive attitude towards self and othersPlayers must put in the work and push themselves to be their best and maintain a positive attitude towards self and others

8 Varsity Focus & Goals Enter the season in excellent physical shapeEnter the season in excellent physical shape Build and maintain strong team chemistryBuild and maintain strong team chemistry Be focused and stay focusedBe focused and stay focused High intensity practices and game film reviewHigh intensity practices and game film review Success is dependent on players working hard and playing hard ALL the timeSuccess is dependent on players working hard and playing hard ALL the time Consistently finish in the top half of the South Suburban ConferenceConsistently finish in the top half of the South Suburban Conference Maintain competitive edgeMaintain competitive edge Earn Section Final/Strive for State AppearanceEarn Section Final/Strive for State Appearance Have FunHave Fun

9 Summer Events & Conditioning 4 v 4 League run by Coach Tompkins4 v 4 League run by Coach Tompkins - Wednesday mornings 6/18-7/30 - Wednesday mornings 6/18-7/30 - Low key scrimmage format/meet other players - Low key scrimmage format/meet other players IRISH STAR(Female Athletes Only)IRISH STAR(Female Athletes Only) - T-TH-F mornings 6/16-8/29 - T-TH-F mornings 6/16-8/29 CrossFit Templar where Coach Stramel worksCrossFit Templar where Coach Stramel works - June 12 – August 9 - June 12 – August 9 RAAA ClinicsRAAA Clinics - Players help run 1 hour coaching sessions for in- house female players in Grades K-6 -Tuesday 7/15 & Tuesday 7/22 from 5:00-8:00 PM

10 Summer Events & Activities Leprechaun Days Parade - July 19 (10:30 AM)Leprechaun Days Parade - July 19 (10:30 AM) Alumni Game – July 19 (4:00 PM)Alumni Game – July 19 (4:00 PM) Car Wash Fundraiser – August 2 (Rain date 8/9)Car Wash Fundraiser – August 2 (Rain date 8/9) Captain’s Practices – August 4-7 (8:30-10:30 AM)Captain’s Practices – August 4-7 (8:30-10:30 AM) - RHS COACHES NOT INVOLVED AND TEAM PLACEMENT WILL NOT BE DETERMINED BY ATTENDANCE - RHS COACHES NOT INVOLVED AND TEAM PLACEMENT WILL NOT BE DETERMINED BY ATTENDANCE

11 2014 Tryouts Tryouts begin Monday 8/11/2014Tryouts begin Monday 8/11/2014 - All grades Day 1 8-11:30 AM & 4-5:30 PM - All grades Day 1 8-11:30 AM & 4-5:30 PM - Day 1 meet in new student center - Day 1 meet in new student center - All grades Day 2 9:00-11:30 AM/All except 9 th 4-5:30 PM - All grades Day 2 9:00-11:30 AM/All except 9 th 4-5:30 PM - As teams selected after Day 2 AM, schedules change - As teams selected after Day 2 AM, schedules change Progressive Tryout ProcessProgressive Tryout Process Goalies will be evaluated separately in addition to the large group evaluationGoalies will be evaluated separately in addition to the large group evaluation More specific information will be communicated via a Listserv announcement in JulyMore specific information will be communicated via a Listserv announcement in July

12 Team Selection Criteria The following criteria will be used for team selection:The following criteria will be used for team selection: Skill level Tactical/strategic capabilities Understanding of the game Fitness/SpeedDrive/determination/attitude Best players chosen regardless of age or grade for upper level teams Scoring/ rating system will be used for team selection Interaction with teammates & coaches Position Needs Physical and Mental Toughness WE DO NOT TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION SUMMER ACTIVITIES OR PLAY

13 Team Selections TeamsTeams –Varsity- Any Grade –JV- Any Grade –Sophomore- Sophomores/Select Freshman –Freshman Blue and Green- Freshmen Only Cuts at any age level ARE possible and a reality with the growth and improved talent levels in our program.Cuts at any age level ARE possible and a reality with the growth and improved talent levels in our program. Movement within the program is possible, but should not be expected.Movement within the program is possible, but should not be expected. Team Announcements: Final Varsity- 8/16, JV-8/15, Sophomore-8/13, Freshman-8/12Team Announcements: Final Varsity- 8/16, JV-8/15, Sophomore-8/13, Freshman-8/12

14 Player Expectations Any comments, concerns, or questions should be addressed to the coaching staff first. Please do not address issues with coaches immediately before, during, or after a game.Any comments, concerns, or questions should be addressed to the coaching staff first. Please do not address issues with coaches immediately before, during, or after a game. Attendance at all team functions unless absence has been previously approved by coachesAttendance at all team functions unless absence has been previously approved by coaches Follow MSHSL and team rules at ALL timesFollow MSHSL and team rules at ALL times Be ready and on time to practice, meetings, and matchesBe ready and on time to practice, meetings, and matches Maintain academic eligibilityMaintain academic eligibility Always show respect for coaches, opponents, & refereesAlways show respect for coaches, opponents, & referees Zero tolerance for negative use of social media outletsZero tolerance for negative use of social media outlets Cell Phone Policy-Cell Phone Policy- –Home Games: Warm Up-Coach’s Dismissal –Away Games: Bus Ride-Coach’s Dismissal –Practice: Designated Start Time-Coach’s Dismissal

15 Parent Expectations Support your daughter, but allow coaches to coachSupport your daughter, but allow coaches to coach Do not talk to coaches about playing time, position, strategy or other playersDo not talk to coaches about playing time, position, strategy or other players Parent concerns should be discussed and resolved face to face with their daughter present. Emails and telephone conversations should be avoidedParent concerns should be discussed and resolved face to face with their daughter present. Emails and telephone conversations should be avoided Have realistic expectations of your daughter and set a positive example for themHave realistic expectations of your daughter and set a positive example for them Respect coaches, players, officials, other parents, etc.- NO EXCEPTIONS!Respect coaches, players, officials, other parents, etc.- NO EXCEPTIONS! VolunteerVolunteer

16 Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Game and ParadeAlumni Game and Parade Duluth Trip for JV/VarsityDuluth Trip for JV/Varsity ConcessionsConcessions Homecoming/Senior Night/Community NightHomecoming/Senior Night/Community Night Ball KidsBall Kids Team ParentsTeam Parents Teacher AppreciationTeacher Appreciation Varsity Scrimmage {August 16, 2014}Varsity Scrimmage {August 16, 2014} Game VideographerGame Videographer Fundraisers (wreath sales, car wash)Fundraisers (wreath sales, car wash) WebsiteWebsite Programs/SponsorsPrograms/Sponsors

17 Lettering Policy A student/athlete may earn a Varsity letter if she:A student/athlete may earn a Varsity letter if she: –Is a Senior who makes the Varsity Reserve team and has participated in our program for 3 seasons –Plays a minimum of 14 Varsity halves or 260 Varsity minutes –Sustains a soccer related injury which prohibits further competition, provided she continues to attend practices and games –Has not violated any rules set by the MSHSL or those policies set by our program –Must display good citizenship on and off the field. This includes having pride in your school, team, and self –Is a Varsity manager who has met pre-determined requirements –Special situations that cannot be handled by the above guidelines will be determined on a individual basis by the coaching staff

18 Clover Club Award Recognizes players who give 100% effort, 100% of the time during each gameRecognizes players who give 100% effort, 100% of the time during each game After each game, coaches will select a player or players deserving of the awardAfter each game, coaches will select a player or players deserving of the award Players will be presented with a certificate at their end of season banquet which will list all Clover Club Awards earned for the seasonPlayers will be presented with a certificate at their end of season banquet which will list all Clover Club Awards earned for the season A player who is selected for 5 or more Clover Club awards during the season will receive special recognition and an additional award at their banquetA player who is selected for 5 or more Clover Club awards during the season will receive special recognition and an additional award at their banquet

19 3D Patch/Letter Program 3D stands for Dedication/Desire/Discipline3D stands for Dedication/Desire/Discipline The purpose of the 3D program is to encourage our players to enrich their high school soccer experience by:The purpose of the 3D program is to encourage our players to enrich their high school soccer experience by: –Becoming more active in program activities –Take advantage of opportunities to become better soccer players and better students of the game –Become more active members of the community Requirements for receiving 3D patch/letter:Requirements for receiving 3D patch/letter: –1 st year: DDD Soccer Ball patch and letter for jacket if 800 points earned or 450 points if player already has a letter –2 nd -4 th year: DDD Bar if 450 points earned

20 3D Patch/Letter Program Open to all 9 th graders(including incoming 8 th graders) through SeniorsOpen to all 9 th graders(including incoming 8 th graders) through Seniors Email completed form to Coach Adams as points earned at rosemount1632@aol.com. Parent signature verification required.Email completed form to Coach Adams as points earned at rosemount1632@aol.com. Parent signature verification required.rosemount1632@aol.com All points go to zero the night of the each team’s banquetAll points go to zero the night of the each team’s banquet No accumulation after 1 yearNo accumulation after 1 year Forms can be found on website at irishgirlssoccer.comForms can be found on website at irishgirlssoccer.com

21 Requirements For Participation Current physical on file at RHSCurrent physical on file at RHS Registration form complete and RHS fee paidRegistration form complete and RHS fee paid - Must be completed BEFORE practice begins - Must be completed BEFORE practice begins Fall sports packet will be mailed during summerFall sports packet will be mailed during summer Registration begins August 1 stRegistration begins August 1 st - Online Option strongly recommended - Online Option strongly recommended

22 Miscellaneous Game schedules are posted on the websiteGame schedules are posted on the website –www.irishgirlssoccer.com www.irishgirlssoccer.com Program T-shirt provided to player’s at no costProgram T-shirt provided to player’s at no cost - Handed out at Leprechaun Day Parade - Handed out at Leprechaun Day Parade Additional spirit wear available for player’s/parentsAdditional spirit wear available for player’s/parents All players must purchase their own home & away socksAll players must purchase their own home & away socks Mandatory $35 uniform fee {includes sock purchase} This is due at time of uniform handout.Mandatory $35 uniform fee {includes sock purchase} This is due at time of uniform handout. MotorCoach for 9 Blue to EskoMotorCoach for 9 Blue to Esko

23 Miscellaneous (Cont) Fundraising Buyout Option.Fundraising Buyout Option. $300 check for Varsity winter jacket and warm-up also collected at uniform handout and returned at end of the season.$300 check for Varsity winter jacket and warm-up also collected at uniform handout and returned at end of the season. Freshmen Mentor Program- 8/20/14 @5:30 PMFreshmen Mentor Program- 8/20/14 @5:30 PM Parent manager for each teamParent manager for each team Twitter: @RsmtgirlssoccerTwitter: @Rsmtgirlssoccer Facebook: Irish Womens SoccerFacebook: Irish Womens Soccer Sign up for ListservSign up for Listserv

24 Respect The Training, Honor The Commitment, Cherish The Results GO IRISH! Any Questions: Please Contact Coach Kevin Adams Cell: (612) 418-6802 E-mail: kkckadams@aol.com kkckadams@aol.com E-mail: rosemount1632@aol.com E-mail: rosemount1632@aol.com Calls/emails/texts responded to within 48 hours

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