Blog Archive

The Pre-Season Meeting

May 31st, 2016

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Tweet It is very important to have a pre-season meeting with both parents and players. This is your opportunity to set out your coaching philosophy (including your plans for the team as a whole and your approach to player development). This is also your chance to explain team rules in a non-confrontational setting (before any […]


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5 Questions with Candice Hawksworth

May 30th, 2016

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Tweet Growing up I moved around the world living in South Africa, England, Sweden and Canada, and I just moved to Vancouver which makes city number 10! I have a unique background in that I am a Registered Kinesiologist, but have had to make a career change as the result of a severe athletic injury […]


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Meet our Newest Team Member, Matt Langlois

May 27th, 2016

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Tweet I am pleased to introduce myself as one of the newest members to the team. With a diverse background that includes the management of a small business, backpacking around the world, and a recent appointment as communications director at a national charity, I will bring a strong sense of efficiency and forward movement to teampages. I […]


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Spring Season Training Ideas

May 24th, 2016

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Tweet One of the challenges of coaching during the Spring season is the fact that with many of the players, you have been together all year long. The Fall went by quickly, and we had to endure all of the rain and increasingly cold weather. Then, it seemed as if we were indoors forever! Now, […]


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TeamPages is 100% Mobile-Freindly

May 17th, 2016

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Tweet We are pleased to announce that all TeamPages sites are now 100% mobile-friendly. Whether your members are at home on their desktop or at the field using their smart phone or tablet, your TeamPages site will be optimized for that device. About the mobile-friendly design When designing the new mobile-friendly look and feel for TeamPages, we also took […]


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