2019 Key Dates

 

Spring Information Meeting 

Students entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2019 who are interested in participating in the LNHS Girls Soccer Program are expected to attend an informational meeting on May 22nd in room 248 at 3:00 pm.  

Strength & Conditioning Training
LNHS Fitness Center - Run by
ETS Elite (Thielen) Sports Performance
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30am - 11:30am
Summer Program
 
July 23rd -25th 2019
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Panther Pick-up Soccer
7/30 & 8/1 - 8:00am -10:00am
LNHS (Grass Fields)
 

PAC Meeting - Girls Soccer

PAC (Parent, Players, and Coach) meeting on Wednesday, July 24th 2019 to go over all details you will need to get your daughter ready for the fall soccer season.  
5:30pm - 6:45pm: Room 248
 
Captains Practice
August 5th - August 9th
9:00am - 11:00am
Location: LNHS Stadium

 

LNHS Activities Fair

New Student (9th Grade) Parent Welcome! 

Thursday, August ​8th  
6:30pm - 7:30pm

Location: LNHS Commons 

Tryouts

August 12th-17th
See 'Practice Schedule' Tab for more details

LNHS Fall Eligibility Meeting

Monday August 12th - MANDATORY Fall Sports Meeting For Parents ONLY (North Gym).  Families with the last name starting with:

  • A-J will meet at 
  • K-R will meet at  
  • S-Z ​will meet ​at 
Pre-Season Soccer Jamboree 2019 
Varsity, JV & Jamboree  Invites @ Minnetonka
August 18th
Bus leaves: 7:15am
 
JV -  
JV
Varsity:           
Varsity
Varsity
Varsity Poster Shoot & All Teams Pictures
Monday 8/19
Location: Stadium
Varsity Poster: 11:00am
ALL TEAMS:  Starts at 11:00am - 9A, 10A, JV, Varsity 
 

LNHS Soccer Regular Season
August 22nd - October 5th

Soccer Night in Lakeville
September 12th, 7:00pm @ LSHS Stadium

Teacher Appreciation Night
 

Senior Night 
 

Equipment Check-In & Pizza Party

JV/10/9: Tuesday, October 8th 3:00 pm Central Commons

Season Ending Celebration JV, 10A & 9A: PIZZA! 4:00 pm 
Varsity: Monday following end of season.

Section 1AA Tournament
October 8th, 10th,  & 15th

MSHSL State Tournament
Banquet: Oct 20th (St. Paul)
Quarterfinals: Oct
Semis: Oct  (US Bank)
Finals: Nov  (US Bank)

LNHS Girls Soccer Banquet

Sunday, November 10th,  2019

Legends Golf Course

MSHSL Senior Classic
TBD

 




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Purpose Statement

To provide a positive development experience for every player through fun, hard work, and commitment to feel good about both on and off the field.


Program Handbook

The latest version of the program handbook covers all aspects of the Lakeville North Girls Soccer Program.  Download .PDF >> PROGRAM HANDBOOK (31.8 MB) 

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Program Structure & Focus

Within the Lakeville North Soccer program, there are typically teams organized at 4 levels.  

Freshman Team

  • The entry level of the high school program.
  • Includes 9th grade student-athletes.
  • Primary focus is on player development and getting players acclimated to the Lakeville North system (standards, tactics, set plays, etc.).  
  • Training emphasis is on technical fundamentals and gaining as many touches on the ball as possible.  Training at this level is geared more towards free play (small-sided games).
  • Players are encouraged to experiment with different positions.
  • Competitive record is not considered a measurement tool for success.

10th Grade A Team

  • An extension of the Freshman curriculum.
  • Includes 10th & 11th grade grade student-athletes.  Additionally, some select 9th grade student athletes.
  • Primary focus is on player development and continuing to nurture players within the Lakeville North system (standards, tactics, set plays, etc.).  
  • Training emphasis is on technical fundamentals and gaining as many touches on the ball as possible.  
  • Training at this level is geared more towards free play (small-sided games).
  • Players are encouraged to experiment with different positions

Junior Varsity Team

  • The second highest level of the high school program
  • Includes student athletes in grades 9 through 12.
  • Primary focus is on preparing players to compete at the varsity level.  
  • Training emphasis is on defensive principles and attacking principles.
  • It is common that the JV Team train with the Varsity Team.   
  • The coaching staff will routinely evaluate this group for the purpose of identifying players who are capable of contributing at the varsity level.

Varsity

  • The competitive first-team within the high school program
  • Primary focus is representing the program in the best possible manner and serving as role-models for all other levels in terms of competitiveness, maturity, preparation, and work-ethic. 
  • Training emphasis is on advanced technical concepts, video review, combination play, patterns, off-the-ball movement, set plays, and tactical match-ups.
  • Competitive goal is to excel within each of the 6 yearly competitions.
    1. the Lakeville Derby (rivalry match) 
    2. South Suburban Conference (league) 
    3. Section 1AA Seeding (vote)
    4. Section 1AA Tournament (cup competition) 
    5. State Tournament Seeding (vote) 
    6. State Tournament (cup competition)