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  1. HOW TO RUN A TRYOUT RYAN BOYLE TRILOGY LACROSSE

  2. Ryan Boyle Bio • Industry • Trilogy Lacrosse Co-Founder and CEO • ESPN NCAA Lacrosse Analyst • International • 3x Member of Team USA: 2002, 2006, 2010 • Professional • MLL All-time Leader in Points and Assists • 4x MLL Championship • Philadelphia Barrage 2004, 2006 & 2007, Boston Cannons 2011 • MLL / NLL All-Star • MLL / NLL Rookie of the Year • NLL Champions Cup Finalist – 2009 • Collegiate • 4x All-American at Princeton University • NCAA Championship • Princeton University 2001 • 2X Ivy League Player of the Year • 2nd All-time in Points and Assists at Princeton University

  3. Purpose • Establish Goals • Fair • Competitive • Efficient • Build Culture • Pre-event Preparation • Event Execution • Post-event Strategies

  4. Establish Goals • Fair • “Perception is Reality” • Policy = Protection • Competitive • Intrasquad: Player-to-Player • Team Outlook: Current position vs desired outcome • Efficient • Event Organization • Timetable for process completion

  5. Fairness • Transparency around Process • Number of Teams • Roster Size • Positional Breakdown • Evaluation Criteria & Metrics • Staff Credentials • Program-specific Policies • Cuts • Role of seniority • Talent

  6. Competitiveness • Intrasquad • Player-to-Player • Establish Interaction Guidelines • Within Team: Upper vs Under, Offense vs Defense • Within Program: Team-to-Team • Team Outlook • Current position • Vs League / Peers • Desired outcome • Goals for season • Reasonable and attainable

  7. Efficiency • Have a Plan • Event Organization • Schedule • Minute-to-minute breakdown • Numbered Reversibles • Assigned to each player • Staff assignments • Evaluators: Clip boards w/ Evaluation Sheets • Drills: Schedules, Whistles, Balls, Conest • Timetable • Length of Tryouts • Notification Process

  8. Build Culture • Pre-event Preparations • Manage Expectations • Players, Parents, and Staff • Event Execution • 1st Interaction • Post-event Strategies • Communication: When and How • Roster Gameplay Transition

  9. Pre-event Preparations: Player / Parent • Manage Expectations • Logistics • Days / Dates • Location • Time • Conflict Resolution Plan • Evaluation • Skills • Athleticism • Effort • Rosters • Total Number • Positional Breakdown • Ranges • Notification • Roster Finalization • Communication Plan • Email • Phone • Website

  10. Pre-event Preparations: Staff • Director / Head Coach • Opportunity for empowerment • Evaluators vs Drills • Separate or Bleed responsibilities • Staff Meeting • Evaluators: Rosters • Returners, Personal Relationships, Politics, Conflicts, Projections (Bubble) • Drills: Schedule • Focus on teaching and personal engagement • First chance to establish fundamentals and strategies

  11. Pre-event Preparations: Roster Framework • Positional • Attack • Midfield • Defense • Goalies • Face-offs • Specialty • Depth • Limits / Flexibility

  12. Event Execution: Schedule • Breakdown • Individual • Positional • Group • Transition • Team: Half and Full Field • Specialty Situations • Numbered Reversibles • Strategically assigned for specific drills / teams

  13. Event Execution: Evaluations • Categories • Field • Stickwork • On-ball Offense / Defense • Off-ball Offense / Defense • Lacrosse IQ • Athleticism/Upside • Overall Play • Goalie • Stickwork • Ball-stopping • Communication • Lacrosse IQ • Athleticism/Upside • Overall Play

  14. Event Execution: Evaluations • Metrics • Grades • Numerical • +/- • Rankings • Overall • Positional • Qualitative • Positive & Negative Comments • Quantitative and Qualitative Feedback • Why didn’t I make the team?

  15. Post-event Strategies: Communication • Program Culture • Email vs Phone vs Website • Consistency is Key • Timing • Platform • Identify Problematic Situations • Approach and come prepared • Evaluations, Policy • Best Practices • Email: Behave as though it will get forwarded • Because it probably will • Phone: Best for sensitive topics • Follow-up with Email for confirmation around points • Website: Private URL and limited time window

  16. Post-event Strategies: Roster Construction • Chip Kelly – Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach • “I've always believed play calling is based on your personnel” • Ideal vs Reality • Identify Strengths • Individual • Positional • Team • Roster Framework Adjustments • Size / Depth chart • Positional Breakdown

  17. Post-event Strategies: Roster Gameplay • Macro Strategies: Philosophy • Style of play • Micro Strategies: Gameplans • Half-field Offense • Half-field Defense • Man-up / Man-down • Rides & Clears • Transition • Face-off and Wingplay • Goalies

  18. Q & A Any questions?

  19. Follow-up • Contact Information • Web: www.trilogylacrosse.com • Phone: 212-796-7987 • Email: rboyle@trilogylacrosse.com

  20. COMING UP NEXT 4:15pm - 5:15pm 203AB, Brian Silcott &Bryan Wallace, LB3 Individual Defense Live Field, Dan Sharbaugh, Gettysburg College Team Offense: From The Classroom To The Field(TJ Buchanan) 204C, Tom Rotanz, U.S. U19 Men's Team Man-Down Defense Demo Field, Greg Gurenlian, FaceOffAcademy Faceoff (Chris Mattes & Jerry Ragonese) Basic Training, Lisa Christiansen, US Lacrosse PE Workshop Demonstration (Justin Moe, Kathy Ayers)