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Eastview Lacrosse. 2012 Season Kick-Off November 17, 2011. USA Lacrosse 2012 Eastview Lacrosse Philosophy and Strategy Booster Club Roles and Needs Benchmark Study 2012 Budget Wall Ball Update Required Equipment Game Schedules Website information Eastview Lacrosse Apparel

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Eastview lacrosse

Eastview Lacrosse

2012 Season Kick-Off

November 17, 2011


Agenda

  • USA Lacrosse 2012

  • Eastview Lacrosse Philosophy and Strategy

  • Booster Club Roles and Needs

  • Benchmark Study

  • 2012 Budget

  • Wall Ball Update

  • Required Equipment

  • Game Schedules

  • Website information

  • Eastview Lacrosse Apparel

  • EVCF Scholarships

  • Off-Season Strength Training

  • College Recruiting

  • - Winter League and Offseason Camps/Clinics

  • Eastview Grizzlies

Agenda


Usa lacrosse 2012

USA Lacrosse - 2012

  • Fastest-growing team sport in the country

  • No better time to be a high school lacrosse player

  • Youth Lacrosse up 38% since 2000

  • Minnesota Lacrosse up 18.1% since 2008

  • 2012 Expansion to 8 Sections

  • High School 10 Year Growth Rate = 175%

  • Fastest Growing NCAA Men’s Sport


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Eastview Lacrosse

  • Best in Class Competitive Program

  • - Win SSC

  • - Top 2 Seed in Section

  • - Play in State Tournament

  • - Involve Junior Varsity/Prep Squad

  • Varsity →Highest Expectations

  • - Coaches

  • - Players

  • - Parents

  • - Seniors

  • Junior Varsity →Strategy Development

  • - Future Varsity Players

  • - Additional Coaching

  • Prep Squad →Skill Development

  • - Booster Club vs. School

  • - 2 Team Feeder System

  • - Strength of our Program


Tryouts

Tryouts

  • Start March 26

  • Spring Break Week

  • Bad Timing

  • Varsity → Must Be There

  • Can Work Your Way Up → Tie goes to the Player at Tryouts

  • Seniors

  • Underclassmen

  • Team Postings


Booster club

Booster Club

  • - Partner with Coaching Staff

  • Partner with High School

  • Promote Eastview Lacrosse

  • Profit from Activity

  • -Strategy and Planning Covered in Kick-Off Meetings

  • - Tactical Details and Execution Covered in Monthly Meetings


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Booster Club

Meets monthly, open to all

Board:

Mike Wohl – President

Tony Taschner – Vice President

Sean Pearson – Treasurer

Ann McNamara – Secretary


Booster club program leads

Booster Club – Program Leads

Volunteer Committee Heads:

Program – Vicki Calhoun

Apparel – Lori Leininger

Pictures –Vicki Calhoun

Fundraising – Tony Taschner

Jamboree – Coach Roche

Post Season Survey – Jenny Taschner

Youth/Off- Season – Mark Stillings

Concessions – Roger Burgess

Charity – Mindy Wohl


Booster club program needs

Booster Club – Program Needs

Volunteer Committee Heads:

Senior Night –

Prep/JV Banquet –

Varsity Banquet –

Varsity Team Dinners -

Website –

Equipment/Uniform Distribution –

Alumni –

Golf Tournament –

Prep Announcements –

JV Announcements –

Varsity Announcements –

Rochester –

JV Parent Liaison –

Prep Parent Liaison -


2012 strategy

2012 Strategy

  • Balance

  • - Between what coaching staff wants and what parents can afford

  • - Between what the booster club expects and the coaches are willing to do

  • - Between what kids want and parents are willing to pay for

  • - Between families who fundraise and families who buy out

  • - Between Varsity and JV and between JV and Prep

  • Current and Long Term Expenses

  • - Operating Budget

  • * Managed to Zero

  • * Funds Capital Budget

  • - Capital Budget

  • * Major Expenditures

  • * Four Year Cycle

  • Benchmark

  • - Top State Programs

  • - Look at Multiple Criteria

  • - Website Based


Benchmark study

Benchmark Study

  • Where is Eastview Positioned as a Program

  • - Coaches

  • - Facilities

  • - Branding

  • - Fees

  • Coaches

  • - Dive Deeper into JV/Prep

  • Facilities

  • - Potential to create better practice vs. game environment

  • Branding

  • - Expand Eastview Lacrosse – LDT Model


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Benchmark Study

  • Fees:

  • - Defined as Varsity (Playoff Roster - 24 players)

  • - Does Not Include Fees paid to the School

  • - Does Not Include Fundraising

  • Eden Prairie $200

  • Minnetonka $200

  • Blaine $210

  • Rosemount $250

  • Woodbury $250

  • Average $222


New for 2012 season

New for 2012 Season

  • 1 New Coach

  • - Allows More Skill Development at all Levels

  • - Development of an off-season strength training program

  • Team Sweat Suits

  • - All Levels

  • - Coaches Discretion

  • Coaches Apparel

  • - Matching

  • - Rain Suits

  • Parent Communication

  • - JV/Prep Parent Liaisons

  • - Newsletter for Booster Club Members

  • - Pre Season Parent Party

  • * Board/Coaches Host for Booster Club Members


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New for 2012 Season

  • Rochester Pre-Season Trip

  • - Top 45

  • - All Seniors

  • - Practice

  • - Scrimmage

  • - Team Building

  • Video Website Support

  • - Coaching Tool

  • - Highlight Tapes

  • Dedicated Banquets

  • - JV/Prep (Included in Booster Club Fee)

  • - Varsity

  • Post Season Feedback

  • - Satisfaction with the program

  • - How we can improve


2012 operating budget

2012 Operating Budget

  • Varsity

  • - Defined as Playoff Roster for Eastview (24 players)

  • - $135 to Eastview Lacrosse Booster Club – Due at 1/30 Meeting

  • - $75 to include Shooter Shirt/Team Poster

  • * Seniors due at 4/3 Team Pictures

  • * Underclassmen due at 5/21 Playoff Practice

  • Junior Varsity

  • - $135 to Eastview Lacrosse Booster Club – Due at 1/30 Meeting

  • Prep Squad

  • - $135 to Eastview Lacrosse Booster Club – Due at 4/4 Meeting

  • Does Not Include Fees paid to the School

  • - $160 paid to District 196

  • - Booster Club Fees are Tax Deductable


Capital budget

Capital Budget

  • Long Term Planning

  • - $5000/year from Operating Budget

  • - 4 Year Rotation

  • * 2012 Uniforms

  • * 2013 Helmets

  • * 2014 Wall Ball/Shed

  • * 2015 Bags/Video Equipment/Computer

  • Facilities

  • - Best Practice Area in Minnesota

  • - Burden off the School

  • - Youth/Summer Programs

  • - Consistent/Competitive Program


Fundraising activity

Fundraising Activity

  • Varsity

  • - 30 Boxes of Cookie Dough ($180 Buyout)

  • - 30 Boxes of Cookie Dough → Rochester Trip

  • - Any combination in-between

  • - 1 Cub Bagging

  • Junior Varsity

  • - 30 Boxes of Cookie Dough ($180 Buyout)

  • - 30 Boxes of Cookie Dough → Rochester Trip

  • - Any combination in-between

  • - 1 Cub Bagging

  • Prep Squad

  • - 30 Boxes of Cookie Dough ($180 Buyout)

  • - Any combination in-between

  • - 1 Cub Bagging


Fundraising timing

  • Timing

  • - 12/30 Cub Foods Bagging (Seniors/Freshmen)

  • - 4/2 Cookie Dough Start

  • - 4/16 Cookie Dough Money Due

  • - 5/11 Cookie Dough Delivery/Money Bag

  • - 5/19 Golf Tournament

  • - 5/28 NCAA Championships at Buffalo Wild Wings

  • - Cub Foods Bagging Date TBD (Sophomores/Juniors)

  • Other Options

  • - 23 Additional Cookie Box Sales to Cover $135 Booster Club Fee

  • - 27 Additional Cookie Box Sales to Cover $160 School Fee

Fundraising Timing


Prep teams

Prep Teams

  • Booster Club Run and Managed

  • - Not Run and Managed by the School like Varsity and JV

  • - Same Competitive Schedule

  • - Introduction and Skill Development

  • - Future JV and Varsity Players

  • Fees Process is Different

  • - Pay $160 to District 196

  • - Trying out for JV/Varsity

  • - School returns $160 check

  • - Write $135 check to Booster Club

  • - Due 4/4 Prep Team Meeting

  • - Same Base Fundraising Obligations


Payments timing

  • January

  • - $135 Booster Club Fee

  • March

  • - $160 School Fee

  • April

  • - $180 Cookie Dough Buyout

  • - $180 Cookie Dough Buyout → Rochester Only

  • - $75 Playoff Roster Fee → Seniors

  • May

  • - $75 Playoff Roster Fee → Underclassmen

  • June

  • - Banquet TBD → Varsity Only

Payments Timing


Wall ball

  • Best Off Field Training

  • School Nuisance

  • UVA Partnership

  • 100,000 Touch Club

  • Premier Practice Facility in Minnesota

  • Youth Development

  • Allow Tournament/Coaching/Clinic Opportunities

  • Partner with DCTC

  • Tennis Court Area

  • 2014 Capital Plan

Wall Ball


Issued equipment for season

Issued Equipment for Season

  • Equipment - Booster club owns 8 sets of equipment with the intent of being issued to new players “trying out” the sport, not to be used consecutive seasons.

  • First come, First serve. Contact Coach Roche

  • Tryouts - Everyone will be issued a tryout jersey between the number of 1-100.  Players will turn them in as soon as tryouts are complete.

    • (turn in to get game jerseys)

  • Varsity - Every player will be issued a team bag, 2 jerseys, 2 shorts, and sweat suit.

  • Junior Varsity - Every player will be issued 2 jerseys and 1 short, and sweat suit.

  • Prep Squad - Every player will be issued 2 jerseys and 1 short, and sweat suit.


Required equipment for season

Required Equipment for Season

  • Black Helmet with Royal Blue Chin and Visor

  • White Chin Strap

  • Majority Black Gloves

  • Majority Black Elbow Pads

  • Black Shorts (from anywhere)

  • Black/White Reversible Pinnie w/number

  • Shooter Shirt

  • - Shoulder pads, cleats, mouthguard, stick

  • - All Black Eastview Lacrosse Sweat Suit


Upcoming pre season dates

Upcoming Pre-Season Dates

  • December 12 - Booster Club Meeting

  • December 30 – Cub Bagging Apple Valley, 4:00PM – 9:00PM (Seniors/Freshmen)

  • January 9 - Booster Club Meeting

  • January 30 – Coaches/Player/Parent Meeting

  • February 6 - Booster Club Meeting

  • March 12 - Booster Club Meeting

  • March 16 - Booster Club Parent Party

    • March 26 - 30 – Spring Break


  • Upcoming in season dates

    Upcoming In-Season Dates

    • March 26 – Season Starts (Tryouts)

    • March 27 - Base Line Testing

    • March 29 – 31 (Rochester – Top 45)

    • April 2 – Jersey Handout

    • April 2 – Cookie Dough Handout

    • April 3 – Team Pictures

    • April 4 – Prep Team Parent Meeting

    • April 6 – Lacrosse Jamboree in Stadium

    • April 9 - Booster Club Meeting

    • April 12 – First JV/Varsity Game

    • April 16 – Cookie Dough Sales Due

    • May 7 - Booster Club Meeting

    • May 11 – Cookie Dough Delivery/Money Bag

    • May 12 – Team Charity Event

    • May 15 – Senior Night

    • May 19 – Golf Tournament/Prep JV Banquet

    • May 28 – NCAA Championship at Buffalo Wild Wings

    • June 15 – State Championship

    • June 19 – Varsity Banquet

    • TBD – Cub Foods Bagging


    Jv varsity game schedule

    JV/Varsity Game Schedule

    • Apr 12 – Minnetonka (Home) 5:30PM/7:00PM

    • Apr 14 – Wayzata (Home) 12:00PM/1:30PM

    • Apr 17 – Jefferson (Home) 3:30PM/5:00PM

    • Apr 24 – Prior Lake (Home) 5:30PM/7:00PM

    • April 26 – Kennedy (Home) 3:30PM/5:00PM

    • April 28 – Mahtomedi  (Home) 11:30PM/1:00PM

    • May 1 – Rosemount (Away) 5:30PM/7:00PM

    • May 3 – Eagan (Away) TBD

    • May 5 – Blake (Away) 1:00PM/3:00PM

    • May 8 – Lakeville North (Away) TBD

    • May 10 – Lakeville South (Away) TBD

    • May 15 - Burnsville (Home) 5:30/PM/7:00PM

    • May 17 – Apple Valley (Away) TBD


    Website information

    Website Information

    • www.eastviewlacrosse.com


    Eastview lacrosse apparel

    • Partnering with East Valley Sport

    • * Lacrosse Focus

    • * Promoting the Brand

    • Full Options available at www.eastvalleysport.net

      • * Link from Lacrosse Website

      • * Samples Outside at Table

      • * Christmas Presents if ordered by 12/1

  • Table at 1/30 Player/Parent Meeting

    • * Sizing for Sweat Suits

  • Eastview Lacrosse Apparel


    Evcf lacrosse scholarships

    EVCF Lacrosse Scholarships

    • - Two $500 scholarships available (1 Per Ten+ Seniors in the Program)

    • - Essay required:

    • “What have you learned from your participation in Eastview Boys Lacrosse program and how has this helped prepare you for your future?”

    • - Other judging criteria:

    • * Other school activities

    • * GPA

    • * Community and Program achievement

    • * Letter of recommendation is required.

    • * You must be in good standing on the team and in school

    • * Financial need is not a consideration.

    • March Timeframe

    • - www.evcf.org


    Off season strength training

    Off-Season Strength Training

    -

    -

    -

    -


    College recruiting

    College Recruiting

    • Coach Achenbach → Recruiting Coordinator

      • * Advice for Parents/Players

      • * NCAA Division 1/2/3

      • * MCLA (Club) Division 1/2

      • * Sophomore Year

  • - Krossover Intelligence

  • * Video Support

  • * Website (www.krossover.com)

  • * Create Highlight Videos

  • * Player Statistics


  • Winter leagues offseason camps clinics

    • Winter League - Rosemount Dome - $135

    • 2 Eastview Teams - Homegrown Lacrosse

    • Saturday Nights → January 7th to March 17th

    • Wall Ball Open Gym – Main Gym - $0

    • Sun Nights 7:00PM – 8:00PM → January 1st to March 18th

    • 4 on 4 Tournaments – Main Gym - $10

    • Sun Nights 8:00PM – 9:30PM → January 15th to February 26th

    • Position Clinics – Main Gym - $20

    • Sun Nights 8:00PM – 10:00PM (times vary each week)

    • March 4thth to March 18th

    • Offensive/Defensive/Goalie

    • Contact: Mark Stillings – [email protected]

    • REGISTER ON WEBSITE

    • CHECK WEBSITE EACH WEEK FOR GAME/GYM TIMES

    Winter Leagues & Offseason Camps/Clinics


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    Booster Club – Program Needs

    Volunteer Committee Heads:

    Senior Night –

    Prep/JV Banquet –

    Varsity Banquet –

    Varsity Team Dinners -

    Equipment –

    Website –

    Uniform Distribution –

    Alumni –

    Golf Tournament –

    Prep Announcements –

    JV Announcements –

    Varsity Announcements –

    Rochester –

    JV Parent Liaison -

    Prep Parent Liaison -


    Questions

    Questions?

    • Seniors Parents may now leave if you’d like

    • Apparel Table in the Hallway


    Eastview lacrosse

    Eastview Grizzlies

    Summer Traveling Lacrosse Team


    2011 eastview grizzlies

    2011 Eastview Grizzlies

    PROS

    25 players got better

    Competition only found out east

    Team bonding

    Bus is cost effective

    Champ Camp was great

    Equal playing time

    More cost effective then any other option

    CONS

    JHU camp under skill level

    UVA tourney above skill level

    Practices attendance light which hurt team strategy implementation

    Perception of making Varsity


    2012 eastview grizzlies

    2012 Eastview Grizzlies

    • Pre Trip: June 12th – July 10th, 2012

    • Mandatory Practice 1 day a week / Optional Practice 1 day a week

    • 1 Summer League game a week

    • Trip: July 12th – 23rd, 2012

    • July 13th – 15th: Warrior Summer Sizzle Tourney (Baltimore, MD)

    • July 16th: CW Post practice run by collegiate coaches (Oyster Bay, LI, NY)

    • July 16th & 17th:Tour New York City

    • July 18th – 21st: Champ Camp Tourney (Baltimore, MD)


    Things to think about

    Things to Think About

    • Money Commitment

      • - $1750 - $2000

    • Time Commitment

      • - Flexible

      • - Trip

    Post High School Desires

    Impact on Eastview Lacrosse


    Next steps

    Next Steps

    Other Families

    24 Players

    Parent Volunteers

    January 1 Commitment

    $500 Deposit

    Questions

    Tony Taschner, [email protected]


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