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Title: CUSA Courage Soccer Club


1
CUSA Courage Soccer Club
2
FUEL YOUR SUCCESS WITH PASSION AND ENTHUSIASM
  • Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of
    success. When you do a thing, do it with all your
    might. Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with
    your own personality. Be active, be energetic, be
    enthusiastic and faithful, and you will
    accomplish your object. Nothing great was ever
    achieved without enthusiasm.
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson

3
Introductions
  • Youth Competitive Board
  • Director of Coaching John Mers
  • Assistant Director of Coaching Janelle Fritschie
  • President Angelia Hopkins
  • Vice President Rick Shields
  • Secretary Jerry Apt
  • Treasurer Bob Zikias
  • Overall Coordinator Andy Mahle
  • Boys Coordinator Mike Rinn
  • Girls Coordinator Bill Etson
  • Member at Large Brian Crawford
  • Registration Karen Rinn/Vickie Peoples

4
Overall CUSA Organization
  • 4 Pillars
  • Centerville Recreational Soccer
  • CUSA Courage
  • Ohio Galaxies FC
  • Mead Cup (tournament U8-U14)

5
Overall CUSA Organization
  • Youth Competitive Board
  • Executive Board

6
Fall 2007 Details
  • Calendar of Events
  • Tournaments
  • Fall Training Program
  • Curriculum U8-U14
  • Open Door Training Program
  • Optional Training Sessions
  • Hotline - 937-864-4440, Option 3

7
Fall 2007 Details
  • League Play
  • Cincinnati United Soccer League
  • www.cuslsoccer.org
  • Game days and times
  • Sunday afternoons

8
Club Philosophies
  • Playing Time
  • Game playing time will be determined by the
    coaches and is based in part on the following
    criteria
  • Participation at practices
  • Individual skill work outside of practice
  • Arriving at the field for a game on time
  • Arriving at the game in the proper uniform
  • Ability/Game Situation
  • Again, under NO circumstances will a player not
    play at all in a game. If a player is losing
    playing time, the coach must tell the player the
    reason for their decisions. If a player or
    parent does not agree with the coachs decision,
    they may contact a DOC.

9
Club Philosophies
  • Positions
  • Each player should be able to play different
    positions. In this age group, coaches should
    attempt to get players ready to play club soccer
    at the high school age groups, as well as prepare
    them to participate at their local high school.
    Coaches should train and play their players in
    multiple positions through the season. Playing
    different positions should be balanced with
    achieving success at any given position. When
    our players go to high school and club tryouts,
    they should feel comfortable and confident in any
    position. Of course, players will be more
    comfortable in certain positions than others.
    However, do not limit your players development
    by playing them exclusively in one position.
    Generally, it would be acceptable to have your
    players comfortable in 2-3 areas of the field
    (ex sweeper, center midfield, right midfield,
    etc.)

10
Club Philosophies
  • Player Movement
  • Why is it important?
  • What is most developmentally appropriate for your
    child?
  • All we have to decide is what to do with the
    time that is given to us.
  • - Gandalf, Fellowship of the Rings

11
Club Philosophies
  • Long Term Success
  • We play to win but we do not sacrifice individual
    or team development to win
  • We teach our players and teams to play the
    right way
  • Our success shows in the success of our players
    at U15 and above in high school and high school
    club soccer
  • Our success shows in our high rate of ODP players
    on the state teams (17 for 2007 which is the
    highest of any Dayton club through U14)

12
Club Philosophies
  • Coaching/Training Staff
  • Former National Team Players
  • Former Professional Players
  • Former Collegiate Players
  • High Levels of Licensing (National Youth)
  • Many years of coaching experience at all levels
    club, high school, college, professional

13
Parent Expectations
  • Communicate openly with your childs coaches and
    the club if you have a question or concern ask
  • Understand the Laws of the Game and Do not yell
    at the referee
  • No coaching from the sidelines bring a chair
    and enjoy the game giving positive encouragement
    to all players.
  • Do not criticize other players especially in
    front of your child, this can really hurt the
    chemistry of a team

14
Communication and Problem Resolution
  • We are here to help you!
  • Please let us know if you have any questions or
    concerns throughout the year so we can help.
  • Problem Resolution See you coach or team manager
    if not resolved see the Boys, Girls, or Overall
    Coordinator if not resolved see the DOC if
    not resolved see the President.

15
Player Expectations
  • Treat coaches, trainers, teammates, opponents and
    referees with respect.
  • Play hard, but play within the rules. Control
    temper at all times.
  • To understand that how you play is far more
    important than winning or losing.
  • Win without boasting, lose without excuses, and
    never quit.
  • Exercise self control at all times, setting the
    example for others to follow.
  • Respect officials and accept their decisions
    without gesture or argument.
  • Be a good sport. This means appreciating good
    play whether it is by your team or opponents.
  • Arrange schedule in order to come to practice
    regularly and on time, and to participate in
    scheduled games and tournaments. If you are early
    start a pre-practice idea like a small sided
    game, soccer tennis, juggling, etc.
  • Work hard at practices to improve soccer skills
    and understanding of the game.
  • Participate in activities with the player binders
  • Enjoy the game!

16
Player Development Binders
  • Sections
  • Skill Development
  • Sports Psychology
  • Nutrition/Fitness
  • Team/Club Information
  • Other

17
Communication
  • Club Meetings
  • 3rd Monday of Every Month for coaches and team
    managers
  • Hotline
  • 937-864-4440, Option 3
  • Newsletter
  • Web Site
  • www.cusasoccer.org
  • Email
  • admin_at_cusasoccer.org
  • Phone
  • John Mers 513-545-9862 Janelle Fritschie
    513-331-0066

18
Web Site/Registration
  • You can make changes to your account (email,
    phone, address, etc) at any point in time as well
    as pay online through your account
  • Go to cusasoccer.org click on Registration, enter
    your last name and password to access your account

19
Finances
  • Please contact Bob Zikias at rzikias_at_aol.com with
    any financial questions
  • Able to pay full amount online now by credit card
    or by check
  • Payment plan option will be up soon.
  • U11-U14 Payment plan  is 525 50 due by July 1
    (262.50 and then 2 payments of 131.25 on August
    30 and September 30)

20
League Registration
  • Items Needed For Registration in CUSL and MVYSA
    Leagues
  • 1. 1.25 x 1.25 Color Photo cut down to
    appropriate size
  • 2. 2 Copies of Birth Certificate or Passport
    No Hospital Certificates
  • 3. Players Signature on a sticker the size
    of a credit card signature area
  • 4. Notarized Medical Release Form-form
    available on CUSA website
  • 5. 2 Copies Membership Form coach will
    provide at team meeting
  • 6. We will need the 4 Zip Code on the
    membership forms. (i.e. 45459-5111)
  • 7. Festival players will have additional forms
    to fill out.

21
Mead Cup Tournament
  • September 1-3, 2007
  • Ad Sales
  • Volunteering

22
Uniforms
  • U11 and U12 Nike Brasilia Short, Nike Brasilia
    Jersey (Royal), Gold T-Shirt, Nike Royal and
    White socks, Nike Backpack (new players only)
  • U13 and U14 (New Players) Nike Azteca Short
    Nike Azteca Jersey (Royal), Gold T-Shirt, Nike
    Royal and White socks, Nike Backpack
  • U13 and 14 (Returning Players) Gold T-Shirt,
    Nike Royal and White socks
  • CHECK SIZING IN YOUR ACCOUNT BY JUNE 15!

23
CUSA Camp
  • August 6-10 from 9 AM to 12 PM (U11)
  • August 5-9 from 530 to 830 PM (U12-U14)
  • At Yankee Park
  • Register online at www.cusasoccer.org
  • Cost is 85 if pre-registered

24
Kroger
  • 4 back on purchases with card 2 to club, 2
    to you, refunds given before fall season each
    year on amounts above 10
  • Contact Karen Rinn at karenmrinn_at_aol.com for more
    information or to get a card

25
ESPN Fundraiser
  • Players sell subscriptions (new or renewal
    orders) to 25 popular magazines for just 20 each
  • Individuals earn 10 per subscription
  • Players can earn great ESPN prizes
  • No minimum subscriptions to sell

26
ESPN Fundraiser
  • August 11 Name Team Rep/begin selling
  • September 12 Orders due to Team Rep
  • September 17 Orders due to CUSA
  • October 10 Orders due to Team Rep
  • October 15 Orders due to CUSA
  • November 14 Orders due to Team Rep
  • November 19 Orders due to CUSA
  • December 10 Refund checks for 50 or higher sent
    (all other money will be rolled over and
    distributed in summer refund)

27
Volunteer Opportunities
  • We are always looking for quality volunteers. If
    you are interested please send an email to
    admin_at_cusasoccer.org

28
Coaching Staff - Boys
  • U11 Premier John Evans
  • U11 White Luke Brewer
  • U12 Premier Keenan Mikal
  • U12 White Mike Rinn
  • U13 Premier John Mers
  • U13 White Cheryl McCarter
  • U14 Premier John Mers
  • U14 White Keenan Mikal
  • U14 Blue Walt Slade

29
Coaching Staff - Girls
  • U11 Premier Janelle Fritschie
  • U11 White Stephanie Comisar
  • U11 Blue Lindsay Zembower
  • U12 Premier Jim Wager
  • U12 White John Evans
  • U13 Premier Janelle Fritschie
  • U13 White Rick Shields
  • U14 Premier Jim Wager
  • U14 White Jessica Gulley

30
Model Club
  • US Youth Soccer and the State Associations have
    set standards for Model Clubs in the United
    States. CUSA strives to meet these standards in
    every aspect of our organization.

31
Thank you!
  • Thank you for being part of the CUSA Courage
    Soccer Club and if there is ever anything we can
    do for you please do not hesitate to ask!
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