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soccer fields for eagan wave future stars tournament OR

soccer fields for eagan wave future stars tournament

No matter what level the child is playing on, there will be someone on their team who's the leader. The most important player on the field is the one who acts as a cheer leader on the sideline, giving encouragement to their team, who can also call the plays if that's the player's skill set.


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Eagan Wave Soccer Club Board Meeting – July 19th, 2015 6 evaluators have been appointed for Tryouts. The same evaluators will attend each Tryout session, unless an evaluator has a child in a session, in which case the evaluator will excuse themselves from that session and it will run with 5 evaluators. Players will be assessed in four areas: Technical Tactical Psychological Athletic Each session will start with sprints and fitness, then technical work (touches, cone dribbling), then play for 20 minutes, shuffle the players and finish up with play for another 20 minutes. Nathan asked if Shari’s team needs help from the Board with coordination each day. Darlene confirmed that every volunteer spot is filled for Tryouts. She asked that the Board members could be on call in case she realizes at the last minute that she needs help. Shari and Darlene advised that there is no way to do uniform sizing at the Tryouts. d. Camps Camp size is the highest it has been ever for summer camps – up to 70 kids at some sessions. The kids are making new friends, they are enjoying learning new skills, and they grow a lot from the beginning to the end of the week. e. Uniform The new Nike uniform has been agreed upon and it will consist of two jerseys (white with blue stripes and blue with white stripes), blue jacket, black shorts and two pairs of black socks. This is estimated to cost $155, including the jacket (previous uniform without jacket cost $85). Alex asked if we could consider offering two packages, one with a jacket and one without, given that many families have recently purchased the current jacket. Optional pieces include white shorts, white socks, blue socks, and training pants and the Goalie jersey is green. We’ll have slides and printouts to show at Tryouts and parent meeting, and it will be posted on Facebook and the EWSC site. The jersey will be available for fittings in winter, the company will come out and we’ll try them on at Rosemount Dome. Nathan raised concerns around new kids joining in Fall who might not want to purchase a uniform for the short Fall season since they won’t be able to use it in 2016, especially for incoming U9s who don’t have a uniform already. Shari confirmed that there is a lot of inventory on the existing uniform and she will check on the sizes available. If jerseys are not available, Shari said that tee-shirts will be used. Skip mentioned that we might want to consider adding scholarship for a portion of the new uniform cost and Shari has ideas to make this happen. f. Coaches A parent asked if we are going to list the coaches of each team before tryouts, and the answer is No. Shari is looking for about 10 coaches at the moment because we will have some open positions in Fall. She will put together a list of what she needs and send it out to the Board. Some of the qualities she is looking for include: Strong communication skills Willingness to arrive early at practice sessions to work with an individual child Good preparation and planning before each practice session and game Being professional both on and off the field as a role model and mentor for the children and also servicing the families. Shari wants to work in collaboration with the coaches, be a resource for them to use, and for coaches to enjoy being part of EWSC. She also sees opportunities for some of the older players to start training as coaches and helping out with the younger teams.




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