If your meetings are a little too quiet, here are some steps to take to liven them up.
Create an interactive atmosphere. Place chairs so participants face one another, not you. Use small tables that keep people close and give them something to write on.
Prompt interaction with questions such as "Who needs be involved?" What is the next step?" "Where will that decision take us?" Call on those who rarely speak up.
Pick up on spoken and unspoken communication. Do personality conflicts exist? Is someone not taking team problems seriously enough? Find out and have a private one to one talk.
Ask selected individuals to argue different points of view on contentious subjects, especially after a loss. Balance things out by changing the focus of the entire group. Example: Ask the team, "what could we have done in the last game that would have helped us perform better?"