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- ONE – 1HR 15MIN GAME PER WEEK ON SUNDAYS BETWEEN 11AM-8PM
(Will accommodate team game times if necessary)
- 10 MINUTE WARM-UP / 28 MINUTE HALVES / 2 MINUTE BREAK
- TEAM STANDINGS & STATS WILL BE UPDATED WEEKLY
- 12 TEAMS (Approx. 14 Skaters + 2 GOALIES (League is open to individuals and teams. Players can be grouped with teammates for transportation assistance if necessary)
- ALL-STAR GAME: PLAYERS WILL BE EVALUATED AND SELECTED FROM WEEKLY SUNDAY 4V4 GAMES.
- COLLEGE COACHES WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE ALL-STAR GAME (College coaches from 10
schools attended last year. Game will be filmed on available on HUDL for college coaches to view.)
- ALL PLAYERS WILL RECEIVE A TEAM JERSEY
- ALL GAMES PLAYED AT THE DODGE COUNTY ICE ARENA~KASSON, MN
- SUPERVISION, OFFICIALS & MUSIC WILL BE PROVIDED AT EACH GAME
- TEAMS WILL PLAY 8 LEAGUE GAMES PLUS AN END OF SEASON PLAYOFF TOURNAMENT WITH A 2 GAME MINIMUM
- LEAGUE IS OPEN TO ALL FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL ELIGIBLE PLAYERS GRADES 7-12
- INCLUDES Q&A SESSION WITH A D1 AND D3 COLLEGE COACH ON THE HS GIRLS HOCKEY RECRUITING PROCESS
- $25 Late Registration Fee, $25 Cancellation Fee
- Payment due at time of registration via PayPal. Note, PayPal takes credit cards.
League Game Dates: SUNDAYS- 8/18, 8/25, 9/8, 9/15, 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13
Playoffs: SATURDAY & SUNDAY- 10/26 & 10/27
All-Star Game: SUNDAY -October 20th – 6:00-8:00pm
Located next door to OMC’s Rochester Northwest Clinic at 5155 55th St NW in Rochester, MN., OMC’s Sports Medicine & Athletic Performance facility welcomes athletes of all ages, all sports, and all abilities.
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Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center is a global leader in sports and musculoskeletal injury prevention and rehabilitation, concussion research, diagnostic and interventional ultrasound, sports performance optimization, and surgical and nonsurgical management of sports-related injuries.
We serve the needs of individuals of all ages and abilities – elite and professional athletes, weekend warriors, and youth athletes – with world-class sports training and sports medical care.
Caring for the Patient
When a sports injury happens, the world’s top athletes turn to Mayo Clinic to help them get back in play. Consistently-ranked in the top two hospitals for Orthopedics and the top five hospitals for rehabilitation by U.S. News & World Report, Mayo Clinic conducts research to ensure our specialists are providing the most comprehensive and best sports medical care and injury prevention strategies available. Working hand-in-hand with our athletic trainers, strength coaches and sports psychologists, Mayo Clinic’s team of Orthopedic surgeons, specialist physicians, registered dieticians, and physical therapists are experts at treating everything from simple injuries to the most complex medical cases.
Optimizing Human Performance
Our state-of-the-art facility is home to top trainers, coaches and therapists who operate individual and group programs for hockey, golf, baseball/softball, and running, as well as ACL injury prevention and returning to sport following an injury. They use advanced motion analysis and strength equipment, specialized lifting platforms, and multiple playing surfaces – wood for basketball and volleyball, artificial grass for turf sports, synthetic ice for hockey – to help athletes from a range of sports achieve their peak performance level. A premiere hockey training facility, the Center is also equipped with a Woodway skating treadmill and stick-handling and shooting-specific equipment.
Advanced Analysis and Training Systems
The center is equipped with advanced 2-D video and 3-D computerized motion analysis systems to analyze a range of sports-specific skills such as a runner’s gait, a golfer’s swing, a pitcher’s throw, or a skater’s stride.
At Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center, athletes also have access to technologically advanced training systems, such as a radar pitching training system that gives instant feedback on both the speed of a throw and accuracy in hitting the strike zone.
Athletes train with top-of-the-line fitness equipment to build strength, stamina and agility, and improve balance, flexibility, and stability. They also have access to specialized lifting platforms for learning and practicing new skills and techniques safely.
Additionally, multiple playing surfaces – wood for basketball and volleyball, artificial grass for turf sports, synthetic ice for hockey – create an ideal environment for athletes from a range of sports to achieve their peak performance level.
The center also includes a Woodway skating treadmill and stick-handling and shooting-specific equipment for hockey.