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The Blues JUEL Program

Consistent with the path that we have been following for the last three years, our emphasis will continue to be placed on player development – helping you reach your potential as a player so that you can play basketball at the level that you desire to play it. The Blues JUEL is a very competitive team in the league, but it’s your development as a player that will be the top priority.

 

 


Girls Blues Elite Player Development Clinic and JUEL Tryout 

The Blues will be conducting player tryout and development sessions for players wishing to be a part of the Blues' elite teams at the U16, U17, U19 and JUEL level.

Centennial College
(Athletics and Wellness Centre - Progress Campus) (map)

September - 8, 15, 22
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

$50 for all three sessions

The program will consist of three sessions:

Sept 8 – Carly Clarke (Head Coach Ryerson University and Head Coach Canadian National Cadette team)
Expect an action packed 1.5 hour session focused on offensive player movement. Participants also benefit from 30 minutes of intensive dryland training learning the basics around how to become a better athlete with emphasis upon: speed, strength, agility, and quickness.

Sept 15 – Bill Pangos (Head Coach York University)
Expect an action packed 1.5 hour session focused on offensive skills – shooting, reading and reacting to basic game situations and ball management. Participants also benefit from 30 minutes of intensive dryland training learning the basics around how to become a better athlete with emphasis upon: speed, strength, agility, and quickness.

Sept 22 – Michele Belanger (Head Coach University of Toronto and Assistant Coach Canadian National Development team)
Expect an action packed 1.5 hour session focused on scoring in transition. Participants also benefit from 30 minutes of intensive dryland training learning the basics around how to become a better athlete with emphasis upon: speed, strength, agility, and quickness.

Each of the sessions will conclude with a series of controlled scrimmages led by the Blues coaches.


There will be a limit of 60 players per session.

Registration is now CLOSED

On-site registration will be on a first come first served basis at Centennial College starting at 12:30 on September 8.

 

Program success

Our emphasis on player development has resulted in some outstanding success for our players both on and off the court. Three of the players from the 2011/2012 team successfully competed at the University level, and three of the players from the 2012/2013 team are University bound with the goal of competing next season.

The 2012/2013 team finished the season with an aggregate 27 wins and 6 losses. In JUEL play, the Blues finished a very credible 4th in league standings with 13 wins and 4 losses.

Program Future - The 2013/2014 Blues JUEL season 

We will be increasing the level at which our players develop and are able to compete at the next level. This will be accomplished through:

1. Increased on-court time in a University style environment with an emphasis on skill development. We expect to be on the court 4 X / week.

2. Developing better athletes. Blues JUEL players will be expected to engage in 2 sessions / week of dry-land training. These will be designed and conducted by certified trainers with an emphasis on individual player’s requirements around strength, speed, quickness, power, agility and conditioning.

3. Psychological development – focus, preparation, competition. Ever player is expected to set short term and long term goals in terms of their personal and team development. We will continue to do team based video review, individual player video review and will work at helping the players develop the pre-practice and pre-game routines required to be an elite player.

4. Use of multiple ‘voices’ to reinforce the skill development model. We have and will continue to involve the University coaches from across the GTA in our practices, to ensure that the girls get access to the best coaching available and to help the girls understand how to deal with different styles of coaching.

We will create a superior environment for our players to be the best they can be.

 

2012 - 2013 Blues JUEL Players

# Player Name Height Position Grade
4 Kim Taylor 6' 0" F 12
5 Katrina Murrell 6' 1" F 12
6 Megan Brenkel 5' 9" G 11
9 Oceana Hamilton 6' 4" F 12
10 Chloe Hall 5' 11" G/F 11
13 Savannah Hamilton 6' 1" F 12
14 Chelayne Bailey 5' 6" G 10
15 Cara Tiemens 5' 9" G 11
22 Linnaea Harper 6' 0" F 11
23 Dani Nafekh 5' 11" G 11

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