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Player Policies for ODP

 

Fall:

 
The player should attend all sessions, with the understanding that there may be some conflict with league games and/or previously scheduled tournaments.
Do not call or write to the state office to notify an absence. We will not override the decisions made by OSYSA ODP coaches and administrators.
 

Spring:

 
The player should attend all sessions, with the understanding that there may be some conflict with league games and/or previously scheduled tournaments. If the player desires to miss a scheduled training session, the following must be adhered to:
 
Prior to the session the player must 1) notify the age group administrator, 2) notify the district coach, 3) notification shall take place in the form of a written letter given to the administrator.
 
Players will be identified from the ODP sessions to the State ID weekend; this does not mean the player has made the State team they have been identified to tryout for the State Pool. Each district will invite approximately 18 players in each age group to the State ID weekend. At State ID weekend each State team coach has the flexibility to invite between 22 and 32 players depending on the player pool that is presented to him or her at tryouts. This year in the two youngest age groups (1993 and 1994) we will pick the same amount of players in the other age groups at State ID weekend tryouts, and at the end of the training process we will select 18 players to attend the Regional ODP camp for each age group.
 
 
Do not call or write to the state office to notify an absence. We will not override the decisions made by OSYSA ODP coaches and administrators.
 

State Pool / Team Training:

 
Mandatory for all selected players.
 
 
All state and regional camp deposits must be paid prior to the first training session or that player will not be allowed to train.
 
 
During state team training, a player may be dropped at any time, as we want to get the final team prepared as soon as possible. The Amateur Sports Act gives any player the right to have a one-time only tryout at any stage. Players requesting a one-time tryout must prove on the field that they are better than the players selected. That player must pay the entire previous district and state fees before the try-out. This does not guarantee playing time or a recall.
 
 
Some players will be selected as alternates to training with the state team. The alternates will not go to camp unless a state team player is unable to attend. They will be eligible to play in all state team matches.
 
 
The same policy for missing training will hold true. .
 

 

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