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Don Betterton, Financial Aid and College Admissions
With respect to college planning and financial aid, there are few people with more experience and knowledge than Don Betterton. Don served as the director of financial aid at Princeton University for 30 years where he was the architect of Princeton’s innovative no-loan program and gained recognition a national leader in his profession. During Don’s time at Princeton, undergraduate financial aid/scholarship awards increased from an aggregate $3.4 million in 1973-74 to $65 million in 2005-06.
Don’s career in college planning and financial aid has been distinguished with multiple achievements. He is the author of two books (and numerous articles) on financial aid and has given many in-person presentations to groups both large and small. Don served as a trustee of the College Board, chaired the policy committee for an association of the country’s most selective colleges, and was recently named to the College Scholarship Service Hall of Fame for outstanding contributions to the aid profession. As an expert on enrollment management (the interplay of admissions and financial aid), Don has been a consultant to more than 30 colleges. He also served on Princeton’s admission committee and is familiar with college admissions from policy level discussions to the evaluation of student credentials. For his leadership of the financial aid office, as well as his service to the Princeton University as a whole, Don has received the Alumni Council Award for Service and the Bressler Award for outstanding support of Princeton athletics. He is also an honorary member of the Classes of 1960 and 2005.
Actively involved in Princeton soccer for many years, Don was head coach of the men’s freshman and junior varsity teams, started the women’s program, and for 18 years an assistant coach of the men’s varsity squad.
Don is a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College, where he was a regional All-American in soccer. He received a M.A. from Rutgers in 1974. Before arriving at Princeton, he served on active duty as a Naval Aviator, eventually retiring with the rank of Captain.
Don is currently a Certified College Planner.
Karl Schellscheidt, Test Prep
Karl is President, CEO and a co-founder of ePrep, Inc. Based on 25+ years of teaching and private tutoring experience, he led the development of ePrep’s unique video-based platform that uses the internet to deliver expert video instruction to students around the world. Karl graduated from Princeton University in 1990 with a BSE in Civil Engineering and from Seton Hall University in 1993 with a master’s degree in Secondary Education. After graduate school, Karl served as an Environmental Science Instructor for the Office of Continuing Education at Rutgers University. Karl also taught, coached, and served as a dorm parent at The Hun School of Princeton from 1994 to 1997. In 2000, Karl earned a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He worked as a corporate lawyer for Dechert LLP until 2002. He lives in Rocky Hill, New Jersey, with his wife and three children.
Prep Schools Lacrosse News – New England Lacrosse Journal
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Finding the “Right” Prep School
The process of selecting an independent (prep) school can be a positive growth process. With the right frame of mind and the use of abundant and easily accessible resources, the outcome will be successful. There is no doubt that schools want students (and student-athletes) who are aspirational and hard working. The fact that you play for a school or club lacrosse team means that you are goal oriented. As a lacrosse player you will have a passion and a talent that will add another layer of connection and expectation with the school you attend.
Know that, ultimately, the “best” school will be the “right” school for you academically. This is how a successful admissions process is defined.
Let’s go into this discussion with a few basic assumptions. The admissions candidate has at least one compelling reason to begin the search for something more in their educational experience. And, every independent school is a good school…a school that has an academic focus, a capable college office, connection with parents, an inclusive and safe culture, smaller classes and a commitment to socio-economic diversity. School admissions offices want to be partners with you in optimizing a candidate’s chances for success. We are not “gatekeepers.” We are educators.
How does one differentiate schools? This can be a challenge given that many school mission statements appear similar.
Start with your goals. Parents, what do you want for your child? Then frame the discussion. Students, what is the optimal environment for your academic, athletic and personal development? For example, are you an independent learner or do you need more structure and support?
Quantifiable factors in school selection:
Day or Boarding/Day (and the % of boarding students)
Coed or single-gender
Facilities (not just the lacrosse fields)
Course offerings and programs of distinction
Learning support, if needed
Location or proximity to home
Athletic requirements (multi-sport athlete or specialization)
Art, music, drama offerings
Tuition Cost: It would be easy to dismiss the independent school discussion because of tuition costs. No doubt, every family has to make a decision regarding how to spend their discretionary income…sometimes at a sacrifice of something else. Schools recognize this. Therefore, never let cost deter you from applying. Schools have financial aid officers who are there to help you navigate the process and who reinforce the mission for a socio-economically diverse school. Good admissions candidates who are self-advocates will always have options. Of note, secondary schools do not offer athletic scholarships; financial aid is allocated based on a family’s need. Some schools do offer merit based aid.
The Importance of the Campus Visit: The campus visit will be one of the qualitative parts of the school selection process. A family can start by joining an Open House or Preview Day and get a “gut feeling” for a school. Typically, a campus tour and interview lasts about two hours. Go when school is in session so that you can get a true sense for the school life and culture. Trust that we want your visit(s) to be positive!
Questions to ask schools:
What are the admissions deadlines? Do you have rolling admissions?
What type of student flourishes at your school?
What skills does a student need to have before enrolling?
How would you define a successful experience for your students?
What programs of distinction do you have?
How does the school communicate with parents?
What is the importance of standardized test scores in the admissions process?
Of note, if financial assistance is going to be a factor in the process, bring it up during the school visit. Ask about the financial aid application process.
Finally, the lacrosse (or any other skill or passion) discussion: Because lacrosse is really important to you, request to meet with one of the coaches. At some point, this will be an important factor in the school you ultimately select. Will the coach stay for your years at that school? Is there a tradition of program success or will you be joining an up-and-coming team? What is the philosophy of the JV program? Where have graduates gone and been successful? Ask yourself, what do I want? Do I need to get playing time on the varsity immediately or do I view my lacrosse experience with a growth mindset?
To all, do your research, have an open mind, do not rely on other people’s opinions (remember, every student-athlete has his or her own unique needs and goals), and trust that there will be a positive outcome as the result of your good work.
A prep school experience can be transformational.
National Prep Championship | Victory Event Series
National Prep Championship 2021
Welcome to the National Prep Championship, the first and only true high school national invitational championship featuring the top private school lacrosse programs from across North America. 2019 witnessed Culver Military Academy winning in dramatic fashion. The following teams were slated to compete in the 2020 Championship, which was cancelled due to the spread of COVID-19:
*2020 Teams below – accepting nominations for 2021
- Academy of the New Church Schools | Bryn Athyn, PA
- Culver Academies | Culver, IN
- Hill School | Pottstown, PA
- Hun School | Princeton, NJ
- IMG Academy | Bradenton, FL
- Kiski School | Saltsburg, PA
- Lawrenceville School | Lawrenceville, NJ
- Shipley School | Bryn Mawr, PA
Schedule of Events
The 2021 National Prep Championship & Mid-Atlantic Prep Championships have been cancelled due to COVID-19 policies at participating institutions and host venues.
|Adults (18+)||Students (13-18)||Kids (12 & Under)|
The National Prep Championship is pleased to partner with the LAX SPORTS NETWORK, which aired the semifinals and finals online.
The Lax Sports Network is the premiere multi-platform, digital OTT sports network devoted to the sport of lacrosse, available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Chromecast, Xbox and desktop. Live and On Demand lacrosse games, programming, news, highlights and analysis.
Watch Archived 2019 Games!
National Prep and TicketLeap partner every year to provide fans with online ticket purchasing at their fingertips!
Recruiting – College Coaches Attended in 2019
|Franklin & Marshall|
|US Merchant Marine Academy|
If you’re a college coach interested in recruiting, click here to complete the pre-registration. Coaches who register to recruit using the above link will receive:
- Both Digital & Hard Copy Coaches Packets
- VIP Parking
- Access to post-event game film
Academy of the New Church
Location: 2815 Benade Circle, PO Box 707, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
Head Coach: Rob Forster
Website: School | Lacrosse
The character of the ANC Boys Lacrosse Team was marked by brotherhood and resiliency. Beginning with off-season workouts and continuing throughout the season, athletes grew into teammates, honed technical skills, and learned to put the team before self. The seniors and captains held their teammates responsible for bringing an intense, disciplined approach everyday to improve as lacrosse players and young men while parents and the ANC Boys Lacrosse faithful never failed to show their support.
Location: 1300 Academy Road, Culver, IN 46511
Head Coach: Jon Posner
Website: School | Lacrosse
Established in 1982, Culver’s boys lacrosse program has set a standard for excellence that few high school programs can match. A perennial national power, the Culver prep lacrosse team was named the No. 1 team in the country in 2017 by USA Today. The Eagles’ capped off its season with its second Inter-Ac Invitational championship and the inaugural Midwest Lacrosse Classic title. Click here to continue reading.
Location: 176 Edgerstoune Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
Head Coach: Jeffrey Snow
Website: School | Lacrosse
Hun is proud of its world-renowned athletics program — but, success is broadly defined. Competition and winning are important aspects of any program, but do not control the scope of our athletic philosophy. The measurement of success will not be judged by the tangible evidence of victory or defeat, but in the intangible personal development and shared memories that make the effort and experience worthwhile.
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The Hill School
Location: 860 Beech St., Pottstown, PA 19464
Co-Head Coaches: Ned Ide & Chris Chirieleison
Website: School | Lacrosse
The Hill School Boys Lacrosse program seeks to provide student-athletes with support in every facet of the sport of lacrosse. Developing young talent at the junior varsity level through helping assist impact varsity players with the college recruiting process are all part of the Hill Lacrosse experience. Virtually all of our varsity lacrosse players find themselves on another varsity team during the fall and winter, proving the multi-sport athlete is alive and well at The Hill School.
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Location: 5650 Bollettieri Blvd., Bradenton, FL 34210
Head Coach: Spencer Wright
Website: School | Lacrosse
IMG Academy’s boys lacrosse rivals the nation’s best with its training methodology, the rigor of a nationally-acclaimed schedule, its college placement and planning process, and the accolades within and arising from the program. Our student-athletes graduate with the technical skills, game-level IQ, and the strategic awareness that is so essential to succeeding at the next level. With academics to match the highest level of competition, we ensure ample time both in the classroom and on the field. By training like a collegiate program, IMG Academy’s graduates enter their next arena with qualifications and a foundation built unlike anywhere else.
IMG Lacrosse Academy has earned a top-10 national ranking each of the last three years. They have 15 current D-1 commits and 14 All-Americans since 2012 and 38 D-1 Commits since 2013.
Location: 1888 Brett Ln., Saltsburg, PA 15681
Head Coach: Christopher Spahn
Website: School | Lacrosse
The Cougars are 45-24 over the past three seasons and have been highly ranked in the final Pennsylvania poll. The team finished the 2013 season with a 21-4 record and ended the season ranked sixth in Pennsylvania, while the 2014 team finished with a 20-5 record and ranked fourth in the state. Kiski will once again play a schedule that provides maximum exposure for our student-athletes.
Head Coach Chris Spahn, Elmira ’92, is in his fifteenth year at Kiski, and has compiled a record of 198 wins and 111 losses. Coach Spahn has over thirty years of experience playing and coaching lacrosse. He was a four year starter and senior captain of his Elmira College Lacrosse team.
Location: 2500 Main Street, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Head Coach: Josh Frechette
Website: School | Lacrosse
The athletic experience is integral to a Lawrenceville education. Through interscholastic and intramural competition, lifetime sports and activities, and a comprehensive fitness program, the school seeks to build character, to instill team values, and to advocate a life-long commitment to positive physical and emotional habits. On the playing field, as in the classroom, Lawrenceville promotes citizenship and leadership, teaches sportsmanship and fair play, and aims to inspire a passionate pursuit of excellence.
The Shipley School
Location: 814 Yarrow Street, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Head Coach: Mark Duncan
Website: School | Lacrosse
The 2019 Shipley School squad looks to continue the success the program has enjoyed over the past several seasons. The team has advanced to the Friends School League championship game in 10 of the last 11 seasons, and has won 6 of the last 13 league championships.
QUARTERFINALS | MAY 19, 2021
2500 Main Street
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
The Lawrenceville School is a coeducational, independent college preparatory boarding school for students in ninth through twelfth grades as well as a post-graduate year. The school is located on 700 acres in historic Lawrenceville, NJ.
LaxFit | US Lacrosse
What is LaxFit?
LaxFit is a standardized, comprehensive exercise and strengthening program designed to increase performance, reduce injuries, and promote healthy long-term athlete development.
The full LaxFit program will eventually have five components, addressing different muscle groups and body areas for lacrosse athletes. The first of these focuses on lower extremities, and is an updated version of the LaxPrep exercise routine.
LaxFit’s stage 1 initiative is a research-based warm-up and exercise program designed to decrease an athlete’s risk of a lower extremity injury. The program emphasizes core strength, balance, and proper landing techniques, including a dynamic warm-up for each of its three phases. This easy-to-execute program was developed by MedStar Sports Medicine for US Lacrosse.
The training: The lower extremity program offers an online tutorial course that explains how to successfully implement all phases of the injury prevention program with lacrosse athletes. Participants in this course will learn the exercises and how to administer the cycles of the program safely and efficiently.
Who is it for? With the training, anyone can implement the LaxFit program (coach, athletic trainer, team captain, volunteer, etc.)
How does it work? The entire lower extremity online training takes 45-60 minutes to complete. This includes the Intro, the Dynamic Warm Up, Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, and the Conclusion. The dynamic warm up is a critical element before each phase that prepares the body for exercise. Each phase features a series of 9-10 exercises that are to be practiced 2-3 times per week for a period of 3-6 weeks.
What coaches need: Access to the online tutorial course and the purchase of a therapy power band (green resistance bands) for each member of the team. Information on how to purchase these bands can also be found in the resources section of the online course.
How do coaches access it: The full LaxFit training course will be hosted online at learning.uslacrosse.org (search LaxFit). A login is required. The first component about lower extremity injuries is available now.
Cost: The online tutorial is FREE to US Lacrosse members; $50.00 for non-members.
Upper School Lacrosse Boys | Concordia Preparatory School
2021 Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse Schedule
|Thursday||March 25||Gerstell||Gerstell||4:00 pm|
|Monday||March 29||Chapelgate||Chapelgate||4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||March 31||FCA||CPS||4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||April 6||Indian Creek
|Indian Creek||4:30 pm|
|Friday||April 9||Jemicy||CPS||4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||April 13||Cristo Rey||CPS||4:00 pm|
|Thursday||April 15||St. Johns CP||SJCP||4:00 pm|
|Saturday||April 17||St. Maria Goretti||CPS||1:00 pm|
|Tuesday||April 20||Jemicy||Jemicy||4:00 pm|
|Friday||April 23||Key||CPS||4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||April 27||Pallotti||CPS||4:00 pm|
|Friday||April 30||Mt. Carmel||Mt. Carmel||4:00 pm|
|Friday||May 7||Beth Tifloh||Beth Tifloh||4:00 pm|
|Friday||May 14||MIAA Quarter-finals|
|Tuesday||May 18||MIAA Semi-finals|
About Coach Mr. Stephen Berger
90,000 A game with ancient history. What are the secrets of lacrosse
Under the heading “Non-Olympic Panorama” we talked about one of the oldest North American sports – lacrosse.
This game appeared on the continent long before Columbus and was used by the Indians not only to train warriors, but also as a peaceful way to resolve conflicts between tribes.
Well, modern lacrosse has become one of the most popular student sports in the United States and Canada.
Lacrosse stick length – 110 to 180 centimeters
Lacrosse in French means “staff”, although the main attribute of this game looks more like a club with a net attached to it.They have to catch a heavy ball made of molded rubber, which, when thrown, develops a speed of up to 140 kilometers per hour. Therefore, players wear helmets and gloves, and protect their shoulders, chest and back – just like in American football.
“I have a lot of stories about how lacrosse changed the lives of my players, because we, the coaches, make them think, and the game itself, too. The guys often tell me that in basketball they lack contact wrestling, in football – complex tactical schemes, in hockey, the playground is too small.And we do not have these shortcomings. In addition, in the United States, lacrosse players have an image of strong, athletic and, most importantly, smart guys.
The size of the lacrosse field – 100×55 meters
In modern lacrosse, there are 10 players on the field, and during the match each team can make as many as 9 substitutions, which allows you to maintain a high pace. The game lasts four halves of 15 minutes. According to the rules, the enemy can only be attacked into the corps. It is forbidden to push in the back, hit on the helmet and do the pegs.And the most important thing is that you cannot touch the ball with your hands. Fouls are punished by sending them off the field for a maximum of 120 seconds.
“I’ve been in lacrosse for 20 years and first picked up a club when I was 12. Some people consider me one of the best players in the world. Of course, sometimes it’s a shame that we’re not as popular as the NBA or NHL stars, but I’m sure lacrosse has a great future. Thanks to new sponsors and platforms, there are more and more professionals – people for whom this game is the main means of earning money. “
Russia is a member of the International Lacrosse Federation since 2011
World Lacrosse Championships have been held every four years for the past 50 years. The current winners and the most decorated team in history is the USA. The Russian national team took part in the last two world championships, but did not achieve much success, both times being in the third ten teams.
Moscow needs a student league for lacrosse – Studentsport.ru
Whether the development of lacrosse in our country is connected with the appointment of Charles Coplin to the position of producer of sports broadcasts of Match TV or not, but the fact remains: in recent years Russia has been overwhelmed by the fashion for American sports.What is lacrosse and how is this sport developing in college sports, we will try to figure it out with the help of the player of the Moscow lacrosse team Arthur Wentzel.
Lacrosse – 10×10 team game. Its goal is to throw a small rubber ball into the opponent’s goal using a stick (a special stick with a net at the end). A popular sport in the States was brought to Moscow in 2007 by the American David Diamonon, who was able to interest him so much that now 99% of Russian players are in Moscow lacrosse.At the same time in St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg State University student Dmitry Petrov put together a team, which consists mainly of foreigners. The teams of the two cities meet at different venues and determine the strongest in the “Cup of Capitals”, the winner is recognized as the champion of Russia in lacrosse.
“The idea of starting a student team has been around for a long time,” said Artur Wenzel. – The fact is that in America lacrosse is developed precisely at universities, within the NCAA league. And it is from there that athletes get into the Major League of Lacrosse (MLL) and the national team.Lacrosse in America is not played on the street, like football in our country, it is considered to be something like an “elite” sport. Here (as well as in the rest of Europe) we are developing the amateur level more. A player with any level of training can come to us, we are waiting for everyone. We created the RUDN Dragons team thanks to the efforts of our children’s lacrosse coach Dmitry Khamin and RUDN enthusiast Dmitry Karev. They were able to rally a team around themselves, tell the guys about the game and ignite their enthusiasm. As a result, a year later, we have a large number of students who play on equal terms in the Moscow Lacrosse League – a winter tournament in which 4 mixed teams compete to keep fit and prepare for the season in the spring.Also, the student team in October played at the “Cup of Capitals”, having played a 3: 3 effective draw with the second line-up of the Moscow lacrosse club, which shows their high level and motivation. By the beginning of the next season, we want to see a team of students capable of fighting on equal terms for victory not in the “Cup of Capitals”, but in a full-fledged championship of Russia. And of course, we are planning to create a student league. We have a number of institutions with which we have established contacts. Already at the beginning of next year, we want to organize a test match between several institutions.I am sure that this will serve as a huge impetus for the development of student lacrosse! ”
Photo by Anastasia KLETKINA
90,000 Yan Guru. 🥍 Lacrosse
The ancestor of this sport was considered a ritual of bravery and glory among Indian warriors. The French from Quebec turned it into a sport and called it “lacrosse”; today it is Canada’s national game.
Lacrosse ( also “lacrosse” ) resembles both field hockey and badminton.You can play it everywhere, even without special playgrounds, as long as there is a field, a net and a net. During the game, two teams try to hit the opponent’s goal with a small ball using a “stick” – a stick with a net.
There are different types of lacrosse, the main ones being: grass lacrosse, boxing lacrosse and women’s lacrosse. Each lacrosse style has its own rules, ranging from field size, minimum number of players, and other situations. The team is conventionally divided into four types of players: forwards and defenders, midfielders and goalkeepers; each has its own zone on the field.
Lacrosse is good because it has few physical limitations. For example, a short player will not get into professional basketball. In lacrosse it is completely different: if you are not the most powerful, you can be the fastest, or the best with the club, or shoot well.
Lacrosse is a very effective means of health promotion, physical development and education. Team play helps to strengthen the musculoskeletal system, the development of speed, strength, endurance, agility, flexibility.Often considered a tough contact sport, lacrosse is much less likely to be injured than in American football and other contact sports. The contra / indications for practicing lacrosse are the same as for field hockey.
Lacrosse is gaining more and more popularity in the world, major competitions are held, including the European and World Championships, international tournaments for children, adolescents and youth. This sport has been developing in our country thanks to the efforts of enthusiasts since 2007. Now in all of Russia about a hundred people play lacrosse, almost all are non-professional athletes.Competitions are regularly held between teams from Moscow (“Moscow Lacrosse Club”), St. Petersburg (“White Knights”) and Yaroslavl (“Golden Ring Warriors”).
Unfortunately, lacrosse is not supported by our state in any way and does not attract sponsors. Players train, rent fields and buy ammunition at their own expense. The Moscow team is coached by a former professional American student league player Yevgeny Arkhipov, who not only created the first full-fledged Russian team, but also inspired the rest by his example: two of his students decided to teach lacrosse to children.
90,000 Moscow coach is ready to contribute to the development of the lacrosse team in Vologda
Coach of one of the country’s oldest lacrosse teams “ Moscow lacrosse club ” Valentin Sosnov expressed his readiness to come to Vologda and teach the local team the basics of this sport.
Lacrosse is a contact American team ball and stick game.In Russia, the mention of lacrosse is rare: you can count on one hand the teams that play this game professionally – one male team in Moscow
and St. Petersburg. And it is important for the Lacrosse Federation in Russia to promote this sport: its representatives regularly travel to other cities with all the equipment, their own gates and teach lacrosse to new teams for free.
Master classes have already been held in Yaroslavl, Perm, St. Petersburg, Zhukovsky and other cities. The mentor of the Moscow lacrosse club team and member of the Council of the Russian Lacrosse Federation Valentin Sosnov told the Vologda.RF ”that after such master classes the coaches follow the further development of new teams, help them, invite them to competitions, which are mainly held abroad. For example, the next championship will be held in Serbia.
At such master classes, athletes are taught how to use a stick, handle the ball, and make passes. Usually mentors, often Valentin Sosnov himself and Yevgeny Arkhipov, president of the Lacrosse Federation in Russia, come for 1-2 days off. Classes can be periodic: for example, if the training process requires it, mentors will come once a month.
Valentin Sosnov expressed his readiness to come to our city, if we recruit a team of initiative young people (the team can be women, men, children) interested in the development of lacrosse in Vologda. You can start training with a team of 4 people from the age of six. For classes, a gym or field and equipment are required: in the initial stages, only a ball and a club.
“We will come and show everything. We will bring equipment, but we will not be able to leave it.The International Lacrosse Federation sent us a huge number of clubs and balls, but they are now stuck in Latvia due to the coronavirus pandemic, and until the borders are opened, we will not be able to take all of this. But if by the time the inventory is at our disposal, there are interested persons in Vologda, we will be able to send them, for example, 10 clubs and balls, ”says Valentin Sosnov.
The coach notes that the beginning of classes does not require a high level of physical fitness, but it develops the back muscle corset well.The Vologda City Administration notes that the development of lacrosse in the regional capital can have a positive effect on the level of involvement of Vologda residents in sports.
“To form a lacrosse team in Vologda is an interesting initiative anyway. And any new or, more precisely, not quite popular sports, at least deserve to be presented to the residents of our city. The main thing is that according to the results there are like-minded people who are ready to contribute to the development of lacrosse or another sport in our city.On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin set a task: by 2024, 55% of the country’s residents should go in for sports. The more opportunities Vologda residents have for doing sports, the better ”, – commented Dmitry Zhobakas, Head of the Department of Physical Culture and Mass Sports of Vologda.
We will add that representatives of the Russian Lacrosse Federation come to Vologda with a master class, the initiative group needs to gather a team of those who wish, find a gym or other training ground and write about this to Valentina Sosnov on the social network.
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Every day we use a huge number of things and have almost ceased to notice them. But it turns out that the production of seemingly insignificant things contains a lot of interesting and cognitive things. The entertainment program “MK Conveyor” will reveal the secrets of making the things that seem simple at first glance. Today in the program: LACROSS NET .
Lacrosse is a team game in which the team’s goal is to score a rubber ball into the opponent’s goal using their legs and a sports equipment, somewhat similar to a stick.
Lacrosse literally translates from French “la crosse” as “hockey stick”. And the game itself was invented by the American Indians, who used it as training warriors, as well as for the peaceful resolution of tribal conflicts.
Native Americans call this sport nothing but “brother of a little war” – this game provided such excellent military training. Archaeological evidence suggests that the predecessor of lacrosse was popular in the early 15th century in what is now Canada.The teams in those days often included hundreds of people, and the length of the field used for the game stretched for hundreds of meters, or even several kilometers.
Settlers from the Old World first learned about this game in the 17th century, and already with the onset of the 19th century, lacrosse began to spread widely among the inhabitants of the French colony of Canada. The first official lacrosse game took place there, in 1867.
At the Olympic Games, medals in this sport were played only twice – in 1904 and 1908.After that, lacrosse was canceled and was included in the program of the three Olympics only as a demonstration performance. Both times, when this game was considered an Olympic discipline, the Canadian team won the Olympic gold. For the first time, 36 athletes from 2 countries participated in the lacrosse competition, divided among themselves into three teams, two of which were Canadian, and one team was from the United States. The Mohawk Indians played in one of the national teams of Canada.
Two teams were represented at the next competition, one each from Canada and the United Kingdom.Only one match has been played, in which the Canadians have won gold medals for the second and last time in lacrosse history.
Lacrosse is currently not included in the list of sports recognized by the IOC. But since 1974, world championships in this sport have been regularly held, in which, in addition to the usual national teams of various countries, the Indian tribe of the Iroquois participates.
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On the second try of the season.
Avangard Omsk on Monday celebrated Bob Hartley’s birthday with a confident home victory over Amur – 8: 2. The Far Easterners collapsed in the second period – and so they could not get together anymore.
In 5 minutes in the middle of the match, Omsk scored 4 goals and increased the score difference to +5. Striker Sergei Shumakov was the most active in this segment.
At the 33rd minute, he was the fastest to orient on finishing. And on the 36th he already performed his favorite feint – the lacrosse goal.
Not that the Amur hockey players are obliged to know all of Shumakov’s favorite tricks, but when preparing for the game with Avangard, the coaches had to point out the possibility of such a technique. Even in the last match – against Dynamo Moscow – Sergey tried to score with lacrosse.
Goalkeeper Ivan Bocharov and defender Mikhail Grigoriev played competently there – the forward of Avangard failed to throw.
After that match, he told R-Sport: “I have already scored lacrosse goals, and I am confident that I will score some more.I try, it doesn’t always work like today, but we will do it ”. But in Amur, no one from the field has read the fresh press – and in fact the goalkeeper Evgeny Alikin as a whole correctly blocked the upper corner.
It seems that it’s time to call this trick on the territory of the KHL Shumakov’s throw – Andrei Svechnikov began to indulge in this trick much later than Sergei. The first attempts at the current leader of the Hawks began in the 2015/16 season – then the 15-year-old future leader of Karolina played in the Ak Bars system.
Formally, this goal in the KHL should be called Luchinkin’s goal (he was the first in the league to score that way, only there is no video) or Indrashis (the first who scored that way after Granlund’s goal at the 2011 World Cup), but Shumakov simply uses this technique much more often – more often he scores . ..
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“When there is confidence, such thoughts creep into my head: maybe I should try [feint]. [If it works], it nails the opposing team: they immediately start to get nervous, beat on the hands.
Actually, I think everyone can repeat this trick. You just have to make up your mind and choose a moment so that you don’t have time to knock it out.And it also depends on the time – the beginning of the period or the end. In the beginning, the stick is dry, it’s easier for you to lift it, and when the end it’s all wet, in the snow, it’s already heavier, ”Shumakov said in an interview with the Melnitsa show this summer.
So far, Sergei has a 50% realization of this trick this season. Although he is probably worried about other numbers: 3 + 1 in three games – he shares the lead in goals and points in Avangard with Reed Bush, the American also has 3 + 1.
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considered the oldest North American sport. One of the main tasks of lacrosse is to develop the strong,
strong and brave men, and develop spiritual qualities. Native Americans call this sport
“brother of a little war”, as it was considered excellent military training. The team consisted of hundreds and even
thousands of players, often the whole village or tribe, on a field of several kilometers and the game could last for several days.played an important role in the social and religious life of the tribes of the continent for many years.
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How a Post-Graduate Year at Boarding School Helps You in College
Another year of high school, really?
Why would anyone consider a post-graduate year instead of college? But if you’re a high school athlete looking to improve your game, a post-graduate (PG) year at a boarding school might be just what you need to play college sports.
Max Willman, for example, was a hockey all-star and a good student at Barnstable High School in Massachusetts. But, coming from an off-the-beaten-track school on Cape Cod, he thought his competitive days would be put on ice when he graduated in 2013.
Fast forward a short year later. Willman was playing at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, site of the 2014 National Hockey League draft, pulling on the sweater of the Buffalo Sabres, posing for photographs as their fifth-round selection.
But before pursuing his dream of professional hockey, Willman will get an Ivy League education at Brown University. And he owes all this to the PG year he did at the Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, Mass.
“After high school, I was looking at colleges but just as a student, not for hockey,” says Willman. “I wanted to keep playing, but there weren’t many opportunities, certainly not at Division 1 schools. There weren’t a lot of scouts (college or pro) coming to the Cape.”
“Prep school did everything for me,” says Willman. “I needed that year to grow as a player and as a person. No way would I have been recruited to the Ivy League, or drafted by the NHL, without what I learned at Williston.”
The cost of a post-graduate year
?The cost of a PG year can be considerable – as much as $70,000 without scholarships?or financial aid – but the reward could be an athletic scholarship or, at the very least, substantial personal development. That might make the cost of boarding school worth the investment.
John Toffey is the newly appointed associate director of admissions at Cheshire Academy in Cheshire, Conn. Before that, he had the same job – as well as being head baseball coach and assistant hockey coach – at the Salisbury School in Connecticut. Having been in an academic and athletic environment for seven years, he knows well the benefits of a PG year for both athletics and academics.
“It’s hard to find a downside,” says Toffey, a former Division 1 college athlete who was drafted in both baseball and hockey. “It’s not cheap, but after a year you’re going to be much better prepared for college.”
Most prep schools take a limited number of PG students – 15 to 20 in a class of about 100 at Salisbury – and the admission process is rigorous, he says.
“We’re focusing on the whole person, not just test scores or athletic ability. The character of the student is very important. We’re a co-ed boarding school, so how they fit in socially is a key. Kids?come from all around the country and internationally, too, so you’re exposed to a lot of things,” he says.
“As for athletics, with boys especially, a PG year gives you time to physically and emotionally mature, get stronger and faster. You’re surrounded by other good kids who are competitive and overachievers. That pushes you to be the best you can be.”
An extra year before college can really make a big difference, he adds. “You’re more ready than the average freshman because you’ve already had a year of experience with it.”
If there is a tradeoff, say Toffey and Willman, it’s that the structure and demands of campus life at prep schools are more controlled than at college.
“It’s part of the growth process,” says Toffey. “We have mandatory study halls. There’s some peer pressure because (PG students) see their friends going off to college, and they’re not. Socially, they feel like maybe they’re missing something.”
But in the end it’s worth it, says Willman.
“The adjustment to my first year at Brown was easier because I had already spent a year away from home playing hockey and studying,” he says. “I knew how to manage my time and not get overwhelmed.”
IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., is perhaps the gold standard for PG student-athletes. The nearly 500-acre campus has state-of-the-art facilities that rival and often exceed anything in top-tier universities or even professional teams.
The school began as the Bollettieri Tennis Academy in the late 1970s and developed champions such as Monica Seles and Andre Agassi. First called the Pendleton School and now IMG Academy, it has eight sports: football; baseball; basketball; golf; lacrosse; soccer; track and field; and tennis. It offers a college preparatory K-12 and PG curriculum and sends students on to some of the finest colleges and universities in the nation.
The post-grad program develops blue-chip recruits, but John Mahoney, the national varsity boys basketball coach, says IMG isn’t just about high-powered sports and athletic scholarships.
“We want to prepare them for the next step and help them reach their potential, whether that’s Division 1, 2 or 3. We’ve placed them at all levels,” says Mahoney. He has been at IMG since 2012 after college coaching stops at?Robert Morris, Duquesne, Michigan and St. Francis universities.?“We’ve had kids go on to be team managers in college because they want to be part of a program. We’ve had players come in here who didn’t start for their high school team, but they had a great attitude and wanted to improve and grow as a person.”
The sticker price for a PG year at IMG Academy is a hefty $65,500, and with additional fees climbs to nearly $70,000. There is limited financial aid available.
“We’re teaching and training physical and personal development. There’s no stone left unturned,” says Mahoney.
Why do a post-graduate year?
Improve: Raise your scores or your GPA, and, if you’re coming from a large high school, you might find a college counselor who has more time to help you.
Prepare: You’re away from home, but there’s still structure. It’s an in-between year before being on your own and a good way to learn time management and to hone study skills.
Grow: Teens, especially boys, are still developing physically, and a PG year is a chance to develop more physical strength and skills before college-level athletics.
Postgraduate – Hyde School
Eliana Goldberg, from Henniker, New Hampshire, graduated from Hyde School’s Woodstock campus, and decided to come back to do a postgraduate year at Hyde’s Bath, Maine campus. Find out why she decided to come back to Hyde, and how she sees it helping her future success.
What path led you to a postgraduate year at Hyde?
I wasn’t happy with my grades and I wanted to redeem myself. I was also familiar with Hyde having my parents work here and having had my brother attend his freshman year here.
What were some of your first impressions here?
My first impression was that I had a lot of work ahead of me, but I really wanted to excel. I knew that I would be challenged more than ever and I was ready for that.
What’s been your favorite class this year so far?
My favorite class this year is an elective English class that I didn’t even sign up for. It’s called Writing Through Memoir and I have had so much fun in that class and have already improved my writing skills.
How do you see your growth as a student/leader at Hyde?
I have definitely grown as a leader because before I would never have been the one to raise my hand first or speak up in public settings. Now not only am I doing that, I am encouraging others to as well.
How important is your attitude as a scholar and a leader?
This year academically is very important to me and my attitude is key. I’m trying not to procrastinate and to also be a positive mentor for kids who may struggle with schoolwork.
How would you sum up what you are getting out of this postgraduate year at Hyde, and how you feel about being here in this environment?
This postgraduate year at Hyde for me has already been very rewarding because not only have I been a part of the Hyde process before, but now I know what is expected of me at a deeper level. I love being in the Hyde environment because I feel that I am truly at my best here and I am trying to bring that same attitude home with me. Hyde has become a very comfortable place for me to be myself.
What are your plans for next year?
My plans for next year are to attend college as a Musical Theater major. I hope to get more knowledgeable on that subject because it’s what I’m truly passionate about.
Watch an excerpt of Eliana performing Frank Sinatra’s “Blue Skies” at a school meeting:
In this interview with Hyde staff member Jenny Collinson, All-American Hyde wrestler and postgraduate student Steven Dwight talks about where he is from, what he has learned at Hyde, his future plans, and most importantly, how he has developed confidence he never had before while attending Hyde School at the Bath campus.
Rob Ficarra, from Fairfield, Connecticut, graduated from Fairfield Ludlowe High School in the spring of 2013. Find out why he decided to do a postgraduate year at Hyde.
What path led you to a postgraduate year at Hyde?
I was drawn to Hyde by how strongly they focus on character: not only improving your academics but your whole character attributes.
What were some of your first impressions here?
Some of my first impressions here at Hyde were that the classes are small, which was a big plus for me. Also the schedule is very rigorous, so I was busy making accomplishments. Lastly the faculty are great; they always have a smile on their faces and are willing to give a helping hand when needed.
What’s been your favorite class this year so far?
My favorite class this year so far has been Ceramics taught by Mrs. Felt. I was in need of an elective and so I signed up for this course not knowing what it would entail. Since the first day it has been nothing but fun, from making soup bowls to shaping mugs. Being an all-guys class, we do talk about football a lot.
How do you see your growth as a student/leader at Hyde?
I see my growth as a student already from being here less than 2 months. It has shown in my work and the grades I have already received. The work has helped me with time management. As a leader I can see that my leadership skills have gotten a boost, from helping out the underclassmen to keeping the guys focused in soccer practice. Athletics-wise, Hyde School is the place I want to be, with coaches motivating me each and every day. This fall I had to play soccer, a sport I have never tried before. Although moving into college I probably will not play after this, learning the team aspect of the sport and how the game works will stick with me forever.
How important is your attitude as a scholar and a leader?
My attitude towards being a scholar before coming to Hyde was poor; I always focused on athletics and did not really care about school and grades. Now with some help (mostly from my amazing college counselor, Ms. Uber), I was made aware that my grades will be getting me into college, not just my athletics. My attitude towards being a leader has always been on point from being a team captain at my old school; now, even without an official title, I sill try and lead on my wing and on the team even though I am not currently a captain. As an athlete I strive for the best. I participate in track and field, which has been my heart and soul since sophomore year, and I only hope to continue my success with the great coaching here at Hyde School.
How would you sum up what you are getting out of this postgraduate year at Hyde, and how you feel about being here in this environment?
What I want to get out of this postgrad year is to improve my grades. I want to keep up a B+ average in all my classes and get above a 3.0 GPA. I want to give it my all on the field as well as in the classrooms. I love the environment here and enjoy having a college-like atmosphere. I love being able to go to dinner and ask my English teacher a question about the homework, or be on my way to class and have a chat with coach on the upcoming season.
What are your plans for next year?
My plans for next year are to apply to a four-year college and study advertising. I am applying to University of New Haven, La Salle University, Rowan University, Waynesburg University, and hopefully several more!
Post Graduates | South Kent School
Not getting the love in the college recruiting process?
All those years of training, traveling and hard work, only to not receive the attention from the college programs you want?
SAT/ACT scores not quite where they need to be?
GPA a bit below your target school’s average?
Have you considered a Post-Graduate (PG)/Gap year?
As more and more college-bound student-athletes choose the Post-Graduate(PG)/Gap year option, what are the Pros and Cons?
Sadly, many talented student-athletes and their parents make emotionally-charged, knee-jerk decisions that can have a MASSIVE negative impact for the rest of their lives, forget about lost athletic opportunities.
South Kent School is an international leader in the development of thoughtful and engaged, college/professional bound student-athletes.
At South Kent School you can:
- Enhance your transcript and improve your GPA and SAT
- Earn college credits through our partnership with Syracuse University
- Develop your game with our experienced, professional coaches
- Improve through individual and team workouts
- Develop physically with our strength and conditioning staff
- Compete at the highest level of interscholastic sports
- Gain exposure to hundreds of collegiate programs
- Develop socially and emotionally through our student life program
- Mature and learn to be self-reliant in a residential environment
Our community fosters not just the academic and athletic development of our students, but the social and emotional maturity needed to thrive in a rapidly changing and competitive world.
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The Role of the Post Graduate (PG) Year in Preparation for College
I have worked with many PG students who have eventually declared the PG experience as essential to their growth and success. These students are young women and men, some student athletes, who have chosen to commence to another challenge before taking on the new world that is the college experience. Taking a PG year is not for everyone – there are rules and expectations that form a structured environment meant to facilitate practical and developmental growth in students while fostering engagement.
There are over 100 schools in the US and Canada that offer the PG experience to students looking for the next step before college. I am happy to share with you the successes and challenges inherent in the PG experience and how they align with the goals and expectations of our college students as they enter into adulthood and beyond, fully knowing that education is a never-ending proposition.
Here are two stories of students I worked with:
Suzie, for example, decided to choose a post graduate year after finding the IB program at the school she attended and graduated from wasn’t the best fit to fully prepare her for college as she had hoped- socially and in terms of academic breadth and opportunities. Coincidentally, she was a hockey player who decided as a senior that she wanted to try to play in college. The PG year extended the opportunity for recruitment (with the addition of an intense recruiting plan) and the additional year allowed her to explore classes that piqued her interest in ecology and biology. She is now playing hockey and is a biology major at a top liberal arts college.
Joe was a late bloomer physically and academically. He and his family chose a PG year to allow Joe the opportunity to physically and academically mature at a place where he could compete on a high-level lacrosse team against elite level competition. Joe’s grades and synthesis of course material began to bloom and he benefited from the close-knit community, strong advising, and quality coaching and competition.
Meanwhile, Alex worked with us and pursued a PG year for non-athletic reasons (even though he ended up as an all-league catcher on KUA’s baseball team). You can read his full story here.
Your child could have his or her own PG journey, distinct from Alex’s or Joe’s or Suzie’s. During the college planning process, some families are often surprised to hear of an opportunity to extend the education of a high school student post graduation for an additional year prior to matriculation into a college. This additional year is called a post graduate or PG year. People familiar with the term “PG” often associate this opportunity with athletics or athletic recruiting. However, the PG year can serve many purposes in better preparing a student or student athlete for the academic, social, and athletic rigors of college.
There are significant advantages to taking a PG year.
Students can use this additional year to prolong their opportunity for enhanced academic coursework, begin to integrate into a social environment that supports autonomy and leadership, prepare for and take additional SAT or ACT tests, and extend the college planning and search process in order to find the right fit college. Families might also consider the PG year if there has been a setback (illness, family circumstance) or a late discovery of a learning difference.
Students who choose to engage in a post graduate year can expand their coursework by adding an AP course or advanced writing or research course that they would not have otherwise been able to fit in their twelfth grade year. These courses tend to be rich and more meaningful under the watchful eye of a devoted teacher who, coincidentally, may also serve as the dorm parent or student advisor. The tight-knit community and academic environment in many of the PG schools affords students more discussion and hands on opportunities to delve into a variety of subjects, topics and activities while creating a dynamic social structure that engages students, often beckoning them to become leaders. Students are encouraged to take risks under a watchful community that can help guide the outcomes for those who strive to make a variety of choices to wholly embed themselves in the community.
During the PG year, the ability to prepare for college academically, socially as well as developmentally aids the student in the transition to the rigors and structures of the college environment in a supportive yet challenging manner. Classes tend to be smaller, usually no more than 10-13 in a classroom, and more collaborative. While the coursework might be at higher level, the level of engagement and learning that is fostered in the classroom allows the student to challenge their critical thinking skills or re-consider how they learn in different environments. The ability to thrive in this type of classroom often helps students gain a stronger sense of confidence academically as well as socially. Students often will find unique classes, clubs, community service options or travel experiences that further bolster the robust PG experience.
In extending the college planning process, students can take a longer period of time to discover more colleges through visits, take more time to prepare a thorough application, enhance their academic profile through additional testing and coursework as well as garner meaningful letters of recommendation from a teacher or teachers who get to know students on many levels as they embark on the PG adventure.
Unique to the experience, fewer students are members of a PG class giving them multiple opportunities to lead and grow as a cohort as well as assume responsibilities for personal growth and decision-making. Student athletes often benefit from the PG year in order to continue to mature physically and emotionally, enhance their academic profile, extend the recruiting evaluation process as well as face competition at a higher level in many sports in advance of the collegiate experience.
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We believe strongly in our interscholastic athletic program. Open: Sunrise-Sunset. The team plays a very competitive schedule to include league members Canterbury, Gunnery, and Suffield as well as traditional rivals Pomfret, Berkshire, Loomis Chaffee and Westminster. League championships followed in ’96, ’97, and ’02, and, most recently, 2018. This 1,512 square foot home features 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. … Suffield Wildcats Girls JV & V schedule. Select Season: Schedule Type: List / Calendar (Google and iCal) Download … Suffield Lacrosse Association Suffield Little League SW Panthers Inc. Newington High School-Clem Lemire Turf Field (150 New Britain Ave) 3:45 p.m. Questions? In order to provide complete functionality, this web site needs your explicit consent to store browser cookies. Master Schedule | Suffield Lacrosse Association Sign in V Boys Lacrosse. NED Lax (New England Developmental Lacrosse)is holding a fall league, and this is a prime time to get back into lax. 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Next spring, we will aim for our 26 th consecutive winning season, which has included 13 league championships, and a consistently high national ranking.. Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Alerts Status; There are no events to display: Site Map; Accessibility; Suffield High School. 4:00 p.m. The Canterbury girls’ lacrosse program competes in the highly competitive Western New England Prep School Lacrosse Association (WNEPSLA), competing against schools in the A, B, and C Divisions. High School: A 2017 graduate of Suffield High School…Four-year member of the lacrosse team…Received letters all four years…Named Captain and Team MVP in 2017…Received Scholar Athlete Award and Outstanding Ability in Family and Consumer Sciences Award.
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I asked to try it and I liked the action of this ball – the back was very noticeable.
I looked at the prices in sports stores and they were too high.
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Initially, I wanted to buy one double ball, but in the end I bought a whole set of three balls, as it was more profitable.
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Received my parcel in 2 weeks to Ukraine.
The balls were packed in a black bag and also in bubble wrap.
Single ball diameter – 8 cm
Small double ball diameter – 8 cm, length – 16 cm.
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WHAT THE MASSAGE BALLS ARE NECESSARY FOR, THEIR EFFECT:
The massage ball is intended both for warming up muscles before training and for recovery after training.
Ideal for trigger therapy – massaging points around the joints, thighs, knees, calf muscles, neck and lower back.
Relieves muscle knots, relieves muscle tension.
Massage balls can be used by anyone involved in Pilates, yoga, fitness, CrossFit and weightlifting.
The balls can be used both in the gym and at home.
The use of massage balls increases blood flow at massage sites and improves mobility and mobility of the whole body.
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The larger double ball has lighter pressure.
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You can adjust the pressure force by the angle of the foot stop – the more I push against the wall, the stronger the effort on the ball.
This is how I massage all areas of the spine.
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On the one hand, I have a problem with the sciatic nerve.
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I liked the balls in terms of performance and quality. In addition, the package arrived quickly.
I saw in the reviews from the seller that these balls are bought in gyms and the trainers are happy too.
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The Company continued to provide assistance to sports organizations – the ‘Dinamo’ volleyball club in Khabarovsk, the handball
club ‘Rostov-onDon’ in Rostov-on-Don,
the St. Petersburg Ski Racing Federation,
the Novosibirsk State Social Fund for Olympic gymnastics, among others.
The company continued to support sports organizations – the Dynamo volleyball club in
Khabarovsk, handball club
in Krasnoyarsk, St. Petersburg
Cross-Country Skiing Federation, Novosibirsk City Public Fund for Artistic Gymnastics and others.
If you tire of the water, you can ride a bicycle, play football, basketball,
volleyball, handball, tennis,
levels bungee jumping, relax fishing
on specially built platforms or sharpen your spirit and body free climbing an artificial rock.
And when you get tired of the water, you can ride a bike, play
football, basketball, volleyball,
increase the adrenaline level at
bungee jumping, relaxing fishing on specially made platforms or strengthening your mind and body with free-climbing on an artificial wall.
A group round
the national teams of Great Britain and the Netherlands
at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
between the national teams of Great Britain and the Netherlands
at the 2012 London Olympics.
Dutch team player Naomi van As and British player Kate
Walsh (from left) in the group
national teams of Great Britain
and the Netherlands at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
Netherlands national team player Naomi van As and national team player
UK Kate Walsh (left to right) at
Great Britain and the Netherlands at the 2012 London Olympics.
British team player Chloe Rogers and Dutch
player Kelly Jonker
Britain and the Netherlands
at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
UK Chloe Rogers & International
Netherlands Kelly Jonker
UK and Netherlands
at the 2012 London Olympics.
British team player Laura Unsworth in the group round
the national teams of Great Britain
and the Netherlands at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
UK player Laura Unsworth in a group match
and the Netherlands at the 2012 London Olympics.
British team player Helen Richardson and Dutch player Maartje
Goderie (from left) in the group
the national teams of Great Britain
and the Netherlands at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
UK player Helen Richardson and Netherlands national team player
Martier Goderier (from left to right) at
Great Britain and the Netherlands at the 2012 London Olympics.
The Pakis ta n i field hockey t e am , shown playing […]
China December 25, in the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore, December 6 advanced to
the semi-final in the Men’s Hockey Champions Trophy in Melbourne, Australia.
during a match with the Chinese team on December 25 at the National Hockey Stadium
in Lahore) reached the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy in Melbourne, Australia on December 6.
For those who are hearing about it for the first time, let me explain: floorball
is a fairly recent non-contact
because the ball and the
sticks are much smaller and lighter.
For those who hear this name for the first time, I will say that floorball is quite young
contactless sport, very
for the weight of balls and clubs
is much smaller.
British player Emily Maguire and Dutch
player Ellen Hoog
Britain and the Netherlands
at the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
UK player Emily Maguire and international
Netherlands Elleg Hog
UK and Netherlands
at the 2012 London Olympics.
Field hockey s t ar ted rapidly developing in the USSR in 1967, when the USSR Federation Bandy a n d Field Hockey w a s established and Grigory Granaturov […]
was elected its first President.
In the USSR, radical l n th stage of development x o kk ei n on grass began in 1967 g s creation s o b ed in USSR field hockey federation headed […]
with President Grigory Petrovich Granaturov.
CONCEPT 90 is involved in g ra s s hockey field c o ns truction in two various systems (system with the sand infill and […]
system without sand
infill but with the cushioned base made of rubber).
CONCEP T 90 works with t hotels t in m hockey rinks at t equal in two different systems (artificial grass, which […]
filled with sand,
and sand-free grass with shock absorbing rubber backing).
Thus, in one of the rural settlements in NizhniiiNovgorod Oblast the bodies of local selffgovernment, as admitted by their representatives, when transferring to the raion level the issue of providing appropriate conditions for the development of masssscale physical culture and sport in the settlement’s terrii tory believed that rural children would thus obtain the opportunity to regularly visit the raion center
in order to train at a local sports
be repaired, and the sports organizer
would be receiving methh odological assistance from the raion.
So, in one of the rural settlements of the Nizhny Novgorod region, local self-government bodies, according to their representatives, transferring to the district level the issue of providing conditions for the development of mass physical culture and sports on the territory of the settlement, assumed that rural children would get an opportunity
regularly travel to the district center for
hockey rink and sports
the organizer will receive methodological assistance in the area.
The white marble “Chinar” boasts a multi-sports village with modern playgrounds with artificial turf for
to skate even in
the hot summer time, running tracks and tennis court.
White marble “Chinar” is the owner of a multidisciplinary sports town with modern grounds from
artificial turf for
to slide on skates even in hot summer, jogging tracks, tennis court.
in 2011, we organized a sporting and entertainment day for children in care at the Gum skating rink in moscow, where famous i c e hockey p l ay ers and figure skaters pass on their skills; a visit to the musical “Bright Lights, Big City” and a special entertainment program for children from care homes and boarding schools; and a master class at the school of renowned i c e hockey g o al keeper ilya Bryzgalov.
In 2011, we organized a sports and entertainment holiday for children from orphanages at the GUM skating rink in Mo from kwe , where and zve st ice hockey players and figure skaters taught children to skate; a visit to the Big City Lights ice show and a special entertainment program for children from orphanages and schools and boarding schools; mast e p- classes in shk ole goalkeeper Ilya Bryzgalov.
In 2011, two out of six
‘Yubileyny’ arena in Novomoskovsk)
were successfully constructed, with two more arenas currently in the pipeline (in Nevinnomyssk and Kingisepp).
Built in 2011
and the Yubileiny ice palace in Novomoskovsk),
Two objects (ice rinks in Nevinnomyssk and Kingisepp) are under construction.
Ma y 6 , hockey t e am of Belarus lost to Switzerland with a score of 2: 3 in the preliminary round match of W or l d Hockey C h am pionship […]
in Group H. The goals were
scored by Swiss Simon Moser (during the 7th and 12th minutes) and Kevin Romy (48), as well as Belarusians Aleksei Ugarov (11) and Konstantin Koltsov (22).
National Team of Belarus
May 6 in match
– Simon Moser (7th and 12th minutes) and Kevin Romy (48), Belarusians – Alexey Ugarov (11) and Konstantin Koltsov (22).
Each year, funds are allocated for purchasing
of coaches and staff serving these courts.
and staff units serving the courts.
IT tools and services continue to occupy an ever-growing role in terms of empowering National Commissions to facilitate their outreach role and to encourage their contribution to cluster activities within t h e Field O f fi ce Network.
Information technology (IT) mechanisms and services continue to play a growing role in empowering National Commissions to facilitate their advocacy functions and to encourage their contribution to cluster activities within the network of offices away from Headquarters.
The protection of cultural diversity in all its forms was pursued with regard to physical, natural or intangible cultural heritage, and also through normative action, by fostering the
promotion and ratification of UNESCO’s international legal
The protection of cultural diversity in all its forms concerns the tangible, natural or intangible cultural heritage; this protection must be ensured through normative action, namely the promotion of
Distribution and Ratification
also through the adoption of targeted initiatives.
The Secretary-General also proposes that a Conference
The Secretary General also proposes to create at
Auxiliary Service Base Center
On the premises of the section of the Report concerning the national implementation of Part I of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, as it concerns the
elaboration and adoption of programming
that a National Action Plan against Racism
(NAP) was adopted in 2006 in order to meet the requirements set by the 2001 Durban World Conference against Racism.
Building on the section of the report dealing with the national implementation of Part I of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of Racial
discrimination in terms of development and
to note that in 2006 in order to fulfill
The Joint Expert Group reviewed cases and decisions by
and acknowledged the need to make known
such cases as practical examples for raising greater awareness about how the right to education might be claimed as persuasive authority in various countries, and promoting its enforcement and justiciability.
Joint Expert Group examined cases
in various countries and recognized the need for
UNESCO should develop alliances with international sports
federations (e.g. football, cricket,
and formative role, in order
to promote among children and youth the values of healthcare, the prevention of addiction and violence, teamwork, non-discrimination and proper use of leisure time.
UNESCO should establish links with international sports
by federations (for example, in such types
their educational and educational
role, with the aim of spreading among children and young people the values of a healthy lifestyle, prevention of drug addiction and violence, teamwork, non-discrimination and wise use of free time.
Under the leadership of the Aviation Center of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the drones protected
the G8 Summit, which was
the Air Show MAKS-2007, took part in the special-forces raid against the armed band in Neftekumsk, which ended without a single loss among special forces.
Managed by the Aviation Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
Drones guarded the G8 Summit,
monitoring of highways
during the MAKS-2007 air show, took part in a special operation against a bandit formation in Neftekumsk, which took place without a single loss among the special forces.
Despite the rain, the track bore witness to a tough battle for
victory. yuri Butsaev, an
the distance in 7 minutes
21 seconds, having outrun his classmate Vladimir Voloshin, a competitor in the famous triathlon competition ‘Ironman’ by only 4 seconds.
Despite the rain, a tough fight for the victory flared up on the track. The first distance in 7
minutes 21 seconds overcame
in 4 seconds of its
is a classmate of Vladimir Voloshin, a participant in the famous Ironman triathlon competition.
In addition to the downhill ski team, VTB employees
can join a variety of other corporate
paintball and tennis.
In addition to the alpine skiing team
VTB employees can join
paintball and tennis.
The second ba l l hockey t o ur nament for the cup of Public Youth Chamber will be held […]
in Magnitogorsk on Saturday. 10 teams will take part in the tournament.
On Saturday, Magnitogors to e will host II g oro d ck oh tournament p o ho
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for the cup of the public youth chamber.
10 teams will take part in the tournament.
“Switch on” and learn – Ivanovo State University of Chemical Technology
“Khimik” 10 (2123) 2015 Table of Contents
According to the programs of academic mobility, students of ISCTU during the first semester studied at the University of Lodz
New forms of international contacts are more and more confidently penetrating the educational process of our university. So, it is no longer surprising that our students, graduate students, young scientists participate in scientific conferences abroad, their internships in leading scientific centers of the world, the implementation of diploma theses and other scientific research in the course of joint international projects.Academic mobility is a broad concept that includes such a form as the movement of students and teachers of higher educational institutions for a certain period of time to another educational or scientific institution within or outside their country for the purpose of training or teaching. The main barriers to academic mobility are cultural, socio-economic and academic barriers. The Bologna Process is an attempt to reduce these obstacles in the European Higher Education Area.
Within the framework of the program of international cooperation between ISKhTU and the University of Lodz, three students of IUFIS – Fadi Maraszle, Kristina Ulyantseva and Anastasia Tsvetkova during the first semester of this academic year underwent “inclusive education” at the Faculty of Management of the University of Lodz.
But it all ends someday, this semester is over, our students returned to their home university and one of them, a student of group 4/43 Fadi Marashle, shared his impressions.
– Is the training system offered to you in Poland different from the Russian one?
– This training system is supposed to “embed” the curriculum of Russian students into the related curricula of foreign universities.We studied teaching materials the way they are presented by Polish teachers for their own and foreign students. The system is European, different from ours. As well as here, there are lectures and practical classes, but there, for example, we come to practical classes, they read us a little introductory material, and then they give cases – a set of questions on this topic that need to be solved on our own.
Together with us, Russian students, there were also students from Africa, Asia, the European Union countries – Spain, Portugal, the CIS countries, there were a lot of Chinese.
We studied for six months at the University of Lodz. I believe that for a simple acquaintance with the experience of foreign education, a semester is the optimal time.
I studied “Performance Measurement” ie. a method of assessing the activities of an enterprise. The teacher assessed us in the course of our current work. We (a group of 4 people: me, one student from Portugal, one girl – from Poland, one more – from Turkey) was given a task – out of 100 companies in the world, we had to choose any (solely at our discretion), study it and propose a development strategy.We chose a natural gas processing company. Personally, I developed a strategy for the company’s activities, while I myself chose any sources of information, any form of research, in short – complete independence! I can’t help but mention the university library: this is a huge 6-storey building where you can get any information on any topic!
At the end of the semester, I passed three exams and defended the project. I am quite satisfied with my assessments.
Perhaps it is independence, freedom of choice, freedom of action that is the main thing that distinguishes their training system from ours.Each of us, as foreign students, of course, had a coordinator, but there was no “guardianship” on his part – he was needed only in emergency cases.
– Was it difficult to communicate with students from other countries?
– We communicated with other students working with me in the same group, of course, only in English. This gave a colossal practice! (By the way, I know a little Spanish now thanks to the Spanish students with whom I found myself in the same dorm room).
And I will also say about the university dormitory. The University of Lodz has 15 student dormitories, and in total there are more than 40,000 students. And in each place are reserved for foreign students. All hostels are different in terms of living standards, more precisely, the level of comfort, and, accordingly, payment for accommodation. Ours, although it was one of the “cheapest”, but there was a minimum of comfort: one kitchen on the floor, shower on the floor, 3 people in the room.
– And besides the University of Lodz, have you been anywhere else?
– Six months is a long enough period to not just study, but also learn something new, visit unfamiliar places, and get in touch with another story.I was in Lodz a year and a half ago – at the Summer School of Economics. Then we went to Krakow, got acquainted with its historical sights. And now I decided to travel around the “outback”, to visit where foreigners are usually not taken. The villages around ód are very distinctive. I remember the gypsy village, with its absolutely stunning unique atmosphere. This is a special way of life, a special aura … And I was also in one very tiny village – literally a dozen houses, there is an abandoned mansion of one of the Polish aristocrats, but despite the absence of residents, no one is destroying or robbing it.
I also visited the “Lodz Ghetto” – this is a prison where prisoners from the times of the revolution of 1905-1907 were kept, now it is the Museum of the History of the Revolutionary Movement.
Since I could already compare the attitude towards Russians now and two years ago, I could not help but notice a significant difference in relation to us. Today the Poles seem to be divided into two “camps”: someone treats us very kindly and even began to treat us even better than before, and some have hostility towards Russia, but clearly, openly, they still do not express it.Government policy is one thing, but popular opinion is often quite another.
– What did you remember the most?
– If we say what surprised me most, I was amazed – probably, it is still life in a hostel, where completely different students from different countries turned out to be, with completely different interests, lifestyles, ways of thinking. Each room, each floor has its own life, and a special one. For example, our room is “musical”: Hugo from Spain plays in a rock band, I also play a little – we immediately found a common language.Neighbors is a “sports” room. The two – the members of the national lacrosse team – is a kind of rubber ball hockey, where you can play with both stick and feet.
But what is surprising is that everyone is left to their own devices, there are no public student organizations, like, for example, our joint venture, which would be engaged in various general university student projects. And here I once again became convinced of the truth of the words that our Khimtech is one big family – students, teachers, graduate students.We have common interests, a common life, we have something that unites everyone. I think that love for my university.
The publication was prepared by T. Ustinova
90,000 Sports included in the program of the Olympic Games
Sports included in the program of the Olympic Games – Educational institution Belarusian State University of Physical Culture
Sports program of the Summer Olympics
- Freestyle Wrestling
- Greco-Roman wrestling
- Beach volleyball
- Sports gymnastics
- Rhythmic gymnastics
- Academic rowing
- Kayaking and canoeing
- Canoe and kayak rowing slalom
- Equestrian sport
- Swimming synchronized
- Jumping into the water
- Trampoline jumping
- Modern pentathlon
- Shooting, bullet
- Shooting bench
- Table tennis
- Field hockey
Sports of the Winter Olympic Games
- Speed skating
- Cross-country skiing
- Nordic Combined
- Ski jumping
- Figure Skating
- Short Track
Sports not included in the program of the Olympic Games
- Sports aerobics
- Billiard sports
- Bridge sports
- Water skiing
- Kettlebell lifting
- City sport
- Sport orienteering
- Fire and Rescue Sport
- Hand-to-hand combat
- Rock climbing sports
- Thailand Boxing
- Dancing sports
- Indoor football
Kenneth Spence – Kenneth Spence
Kenneth Wartinby Spence (May 6, 1907 – January 12, 1967) was an eminent American psychologist renowned for his theoretical and experimental contributions to learning theory and motivation.As one of the leading theorists of his time, Spence was the most cited psychologist in 14 of the most influential psychological journals in the last six years of his life (1962-1967). The General Psychology Survey survey, published in 2002, ranks Spence as the 62nd most cited psychologist of the 20th century.
Spence was born in Chicago on May 6, 1907. In 1911, Spence’s father, an electrical engineer, moved the family to Montreal, Quebec, Canada when his employer was Western Electric.Spence spent his youth and adolescence there, attending West Hill High School in Notre Dame de Grasse. In high school, Spence was fond of basketball, tennis and athletics.
Spence sustained a back injury while attending McGill University in an athletics competition. As part of physical therapy, Spence moved to live with his grandmother in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. There Spence attended the Lacrosse Teachers College with a degree in Physical Education and met his future wife, Isabelle Temte.He and Isabelle had two children, Shirley Ann Spence Pumroy and William James Spence. Spence and Isabelle later divorced, and in 1960 Spence remarried to Janet A. Taylor, his graduate student.
Spence eventually returned to McGill University and changed his major to psychology. He received his BA in 1929 and his MA in 1930. After McGill, Spence entered Yale University as a research assistant for Robert M. Yerkes. Yerkes sponsored his dissertation on the study of visual acuity in chimpanzees.Spence received his doctorate from Yale University in 1933.
While at Yale University, Spence collaborated with Walter Shipley to test Clark L. Hull’s training in dead-end rat mazes, leading to further publications while working on his doctorate. Spence applied for postdoctoral studies to study mathematics after completing his graduate studies, but his application was rejected by a biologist on the grounds that psychology would never reach the level of precision that required complex mathematical knowledge.
After completing his doctorate, Spence served from 1933 to 1937 as the National Research Council at the Yale Primate Biology Laboratory in Orange Park, Florida. There Spence studied discrimination in chimpanzees. Based on this and further research, Spence developed a lifelong learning method based on learning discrimination with two choices in rats. As reported by Lashley (1929), the rats on a test to discriminate between the two options exhibited a long period of random execution followed by a sudden jump to a high percentage of accurate responses.Lashley explained this phenomenon by suggesting that the rat’s significant learning arose from testing and validating the correct hypothesis “during a rapidly changing part of a function in which prior practice and subsequent errors are irrelevant to the final decision.” In contrast, Spence suggested that significant learning was produced by increasing the excitatory tendencies of task-relevant display characteristics and decreasing the inhibitory tendencies of irrelevant display characteristics — an account of continuous learning not directly detectable by measure selection.
Spence transferred to the University of Iowa in 1938 and was appointed head of the Department of Psychology in 1942. There Spence established the Eyelid Conditioning Laboratory to study the effects of motivation on classical conditioning, and contributed to the seminal work of Clark Hull. Book Principles of Conduct . Like Hull, Spence believed that learning is the result of the interaction between attraction and incentive motivation. Unlike Hull, Spence’s formulation summed up attraction (D) and incentive (K) instead of multiplying them.This allowed Spence to show that increasing the level of motivation will facilitate the performance of tasks in which the correct, to be learned response is stronger than in other tendencies to respond, caused by the stimulus, but will inhibit the performance of tasks in which this habit – the power of the correct response is initially weaker. than competing propensities for answers. He also showed that the mathematical shape of the curves obtained when the probability of a conditioned response is plotted against successive presentations of a paired stimulus changes systematically with the level of motivation.Spence believed that the differences in motivation were due to internal emotional responses created by the intraorganic mechanism of the brain.
Spence’s contribution to Principles of Conduct Hull is noted in the book’s foreword, where Hull stated: “To Kenneth L. Spence, I have a debt of gratitude that cannot be adequately expressed at this point; since the time when the ideas put forward here became popular. the incubation process in my graduate seminar, and later, when the actual work was planned, Dr. Spence made a generous and effective contribution with suggestions and criticisms, many of which were used without indication of their origin.”The variable for incentive motivation (K) was chosen in honor of Kenneth Spence.
Spence defended a total of 75 doctoral dissertations, training faculty in all major US psychology departments. Spence’s students in Iowa called their Ph.Ds in “theoretical experimental psychology” because of Spence’s emphasis on methodological rigor.
- The Nature of Animal Discrimination Learning, 1936.
- Differential response of animals to stimuli changing in one dimension, 1937.
- Continuous and Intermittent Discrimination Learning Interpretation, 1940.
- The nature of theory construction in modern psychology, 1944.
- Postulates and Methods of Behaviorism, 1948.
- Theoretical Interpretations of Learning, 1951.
- Mathematical formulations of learning phenomena, 1952.
- Behavior Theory and Conditioning, 1956.
- Anxiety and PSK strength as factors determining the degree of eyelid conditioning, 1951.
- Cognitive and motor factors in the disappearance of conditioned blinking in humans, 1966.
90,000 Nike founder donates a record $ 400 million to his university
Nike founder Philip Knight gave Stanford $ 400 million, one of the largest private donations to an educational institution in history.The university will direct the money to train “new world leaders”.
Knight’s donation will be donated to a scholarship program that aims to “prepare a new generation of world leaders to tackle the ever-increasing challenges facing the world,” the university said. The program will be named after Knight and John Hennessy, President of Stanford.
Stanford’s total scholarship fund will now total $ 750 million.
The new program will be awarded annually to 100 students of outstanding leadership ability.Scholarship recipients will be able to pursue graduate and postgraduate studies at Stanford, as well as receive training through professional programs. Students will be nominated for participation in the program by those universities where they studied before.
Applications for scholarships will be accepted from students who have completed at least three courses, starting in the summer of 2017. The Knight-Hennessy Fellows at Stanford will begin their studies in Fall 2018.
As noted by The Financial Times, it is expected that about a third of the recipients of the scholarships will be from the United States.Nevertheless, the founders of the fund want students from all over the world to take part in the program, and they want to pay special attention to students from Asian countries.
A large donation from Nike’s founder will allow Stanford to compete with Oxford, which has a similar program (Rhodes scholarship), FT points out.
Knight, commenting on his decision to the publication, said that investing in education is his weakness. In addition, he was attracted by Hennessy’s idea of preparing an elite to help “make real change in the world.”Knight is a graduate of Stanford Business School, his first education, journalism, he received at the University of Oregon. According to Forbes, as of February 24, his fortune reached $ 25.7 billion. 90,047 90,046 Knight’s contribution is one of the largest private investments in education in history. A similar amount – then it became a record – was allocated in 2015 by one of the most famous investors in the world, John Paulson, to Harvard University for the needs of his School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, which now bears his name.
Prior to that, in 2000, Microsoft founder Bill Gates allocated $ 210 million to launch a two-year study program at the University of Cambridge. And in 2013, Stefan Schwartzman, head of the investment company Blackstone, donated $ 100 million to Beijing Tsinghua University for a one-year training program.
Stanford University received $ 1.6 billion in private donations for fiscal 2015, a record for any higher education institution in the world. In total, for 2014 (latest data), according to Charity Navigator, Americans donated $ 54.6 billion to education.For comparison, according to the data of the London bank Coutts, for the same year in Russia the total amount of large donations (over $ 1 million) amounted to $ 405.9 million, with private individuals accounting for only 16% of this volume.