Recreational Player Skill Assessment
Recreational Player Skills Assessment for Lake Jackson Soccer Club players who will be U9-U12 this Fall 2018 will occur on May 21th and 22th. The recreational player skills assessment allows players to be included in the coach’s selection process during the draft and any players who do not participate in the recreational player skills assessment are placed in a random draw for team selection.
The Fall Recreational Player Skills Assessment for LJSC will be taking place on the following dates:
* Fall 2018 U9 Boys and Girls ONLY – May 21th at 6:00 PM at MacLean – Check in will begin at 5:30 PM M3 field pavilion
* Fall 2018 U9 Boys and Girls and all other recreational players U10 and above who will not play on their previous Fall 2017 team (due to personal choice, or team disbanded/no coach) – May 22th at 6:00 PM at MacLean – Check in will begin at 5:30 PM at the M3 field pavilion
**** U9 players only need to attend one session
U9/U10 Girls – M4
U9/U10 Boys – M5
U11-U12 Girls – M8 East
U11-U12 Boys -M8 West
* These fields will be closed to practice on these dates and times.
* Coaches expecting to coach at the U9+ recreational level are required to attend the assessment process to help coordinate the process and evaluate the kids for the draft to be held in June. **June 18 (Girls) and 20 (Boys) at 5:30 at Jasmine Hall
*Check in will begin at 5:30 PM and all players are encouraged to be on the field, ready for play no later than 5:55 PM. All players are also required to wear shin guards and soccer cleats as well as bring plenty of water to drink; please also bring a soccer ball if possible.
If a player did not register for the 2017-18 season (either Fall 2017 or Spring 2018), they must register and pay $25 for STYSA insurance before participating in Recreational Player Skills Assessments. A hard copy of this form will be available. Also, please bring a birth certificate with you for age verification; this is a requirement for new players.
***All Fall 2018 U9 and U10 players are highly recommended to attend the LJSC Recreational Skills Assessment, even if they will be trying out for a BYSA Academy team during the BYSA Academy process.