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Impress your coach before the end of the season

 
Contrary to popular opinion, it’s never too late to make a good impression. Sure, the season is coming to a close, but you’ve got plenty of time left to win over your coach—and your teammates. We’ve got four fab tips to help ya score big-time when it comes to good behavior bonus points.

 

Work your butt off to ace tough moves

Just ‘cause you’ve got one game left doesn’t mean the clock’s run out completely. Mark down all the practices you have remaining and include a goal for each one. Maybe you wanna slip just one ball past your team’s ace goalie. Maybe you wanna nail that header. Maybe you wanna score top relay honors. Whatever it is, do your very best to accomplish it.

 

Be Miss Congeniality

So you weren’t voted captain? Didn’t make the starting line-up? Got tons of crit from your coach for that botched save? Brush it off, slap on a smile and go get ‘em, tiger. Be as helpful, cheerful and agreeable as you can be. That means volunteering to grab fresh towels or water, being a sweetie to your snobby forward—whatever it takes to show everyone that you’re a team player. Good behavior will gain your friends…friends who just might be willing to help you get that move you’ve been missing down pat.

 

Pep it up

We know it’s hot and you’re sweaty and tired. But that doesn’t mean you can slack off now if you wanna catch Coach’s eye. Grab a towel to wipe the sweat off your brow and then trot back to the lineup for drills. Always perform to the best of your ability. You might not be perfect, but your dedication definitely counts.

 

Ask for summer ideas

After practice ends one day, lag behind the others and help Coach clean up, or simply walk back to the locker rooms with her. Ask her for pointers—particularly if she has any recommendations for a good summer rec team or training camp that might help you improve during your time away from school. She’ll be impressed that you’re thinking so far ahead…and she’ll remember your work ethic come tryouts next year.
 
 

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 4/21/2012 12:00:00 AM

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