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Great ideas for making the team! As a coach, these are definitely things I look for at tryouts. One more thing: dress to stand out. Like orange socks or a neon t-shirt. Or do braids if you dare. If I see a player doing things I like, especially if there are a lot of girls, I need a way to remember her. It's easy if I make a note: "orange socks, great first touch."
One other thing - bully coaches are out there. You're right that you need to get help if you can't manage it yourself. Sometimes parents are reluctant to talk to the coach because they think their kid will lose playing time. Often, a teacher, counselor, administrator or activity director at the school is the place to go. Don't go mad. Just bring the facts and bring reinforcements. You and some friends can have a strong voice together.
Thanks for the great advice and great magazine.
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