|Derrick Tabaka||14U Boys Directoremail@example.com|
|Breanne Brown||Girls Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Please see below final roster for the West Zone 14U 'A' Team.
We would like to thank all those involved in facilitating the 'A' team tryouts. Coaches, evaluators, volunteers....it takes everyone to make this a success. Special thanks to the players. The effort shown was commendable, especially after two years of being away from the sport.
If your name does not appear on the list below, please report to your home club for evaluations and, or placement onto a parity team.
|First Name||Last Name||Position|
Who can register?
Players that will turn 13 in the current year, up to those that will turn 14 by December 31st of the calendar year.
Team Size: 12-18 players + 2 goalies
Typical Playing Days:
14U A - Tuesday & Thursday, occasional game Fri/Sat/Sun
14U B - Monday & Wednesday, occasional game Fri/Sat/Sun
14U Girls - Tuesday & Thursday, occasional game Fri/Sat/Sun
COVID schedule: Due to group size restrictions and available floor time, we will do our best to schedule as suggested above but other weekdays, including weekends may be necessary.
14U Vision - Players will be exposed to a more physical level of competition in 14U and have the opportunity to tryout for regional A teams. The coach's goal should continue to promote enjoyment of the game but also include technical skill development, team systems and some form of dryland strength and endurance training. The time commitment in 14U will increase as well with up to 2 practices / 2 games per week in some cases. Coaches are encouraged to work with the Posse Coaching curriculum to ensure they are teaching transferable skills and utilizing drills that will serve as a foundation to build from in future years. As in all levels of play, the ultimate measure of a coach is not the win/loss record, but athlete retention; where all players return to register the following season.
Team costs should be planned for in a team budget and agreed to by the parents. Collecting seed money or fundraising to cover tournament fees etc. is acceptable but funds should be deposited to a bank account opened for the team. Families are not obligated to participate in tournaments or any additional fundraising beyond their registration fee so it is important to present a proposed plan at your parent meeting early in the season to gain support. All parents must sign off on the budget at the outset of the season, with copy sent to division director, and again at the conclusion of the season. Any leftover seed money must be returned to the members by July 30th and a final copy of the budget forwarded to the division director. Any funds remaining after the seed money has been paid back to parents; becomes the property of the Parkland Posse Lacrosse Association and a check clearing your account should be turned over to the Posse Treasurer by July 30th.
Managers should familiarize themselves with all the information on our website.
Although the minimum requirements can be found on the equipment page of our website we strongly recommend that all players at 14U and above have now invested in lacrosse specific padding/equipment which provides superior protection than hockey gear.
As an association, we are hoping to see every one of these players commit to lacrosse as their spring sport.
Any questions about your season should be directed to your Division Director.