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  •  Girls Soccer

    Girls Soccer please remember to visit the Athlete Registration page to complete the registration process before tryouts. You will not be allowed to tryout with out all registration paper completed prior to the start of tryouts.

  • Announcements:

    • Fall sports meeting 9/10 at 2:45pm
    • Tryouts start 9/16/2019 3:00pm -4:30pm 
      Students will not be able to begin tryouts on Monday unless ALL paper work and Family ID registration is completed no later than Friday 9/13/2019 by 6:00 pm.  Thank you.

     

    Tryout schedule:

    Monday 9/16 2:45 - 4:30 Grade 8 ONLY

    Tuesday 9/17 2:45 - 4:30 Grade 7 ONLY

    Wednesday 9/18 2:45 - 4:30 BOTH 7th and 8th Grade

    Thursday 9/19 2:45 - 4:30 BOTH 7th and 8th Grade

    Friday 9/20 2:45 - 4:30 BOTH 7th and 8th Grade

  • Remind:

    Please join Girls Soccer Remind by texting 81010 with the message @nrmsgsoc

     

    Google Classroom:

    Join code: ox3n9et


     
     

Girls Soccer

  • 2018 Tryout Rubrics
     
    TRYOUT # PACER T-TEST 1 MILE THROW IN (ft) PASSING
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    SHOOTING   EFFORT ATTITUDE GAME PLAY
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
     
    Pacer Test - The Pacer Test is a multistage aerobic capacity test that progressively gets more difficult as it continues.
     
    T-Test - the T-Test is a test of agility for athletes, and includes forward, lateral, and backward running.
     
    1 Mile run - This test is designed to measure your endurance.
     
    Throw in - Players will perform a series of throw in's and measure the distance.  
     
    Passing Accuracy - Player pass the soccer ball from varying distances into a small net, record the number of passes in the net.
     
     
    Game play - Players will play in 5 vs 5 scrimmages, and will be evaluated on offense, defense, dribbling, passing, trapping, movement without the ball, communication and team play.  Players will be score on a ranking scale of 1-5. Players will also be evaluated on attitude and effort during 5 vs 5 games.
     
    Effort - Effort is one thing an athlete is in complete control of.  You know what is required to master a skill.  You do the work required.  You work at your skills. You put the time in.  You eat right.  You listen to your coach and teammates. You study the game. The opportunity to be successful in a competition is not limited to the 60 minutes during the game. Players will be score on a ranking scale of 1-5.
     
    Attitude - Attitude is defined as your “mind-set” in approaching, preparing for, and performing during competition.  A great ATTITUDE requires a constant desire to improve, not just for yourself, but for your teammates.  A positive mental attitude is evident when one experiences a bad break, and they find a way to overcome.  Athletes who have the right attitude know “how” to turn a negative into a positive.  The spirit that can’t be defeated provides inspiration, guidance and leadership amongst your teammatesPlayers will be score on a ranking scale of 1-5.