Add this common transition play to your arsenal after 4-on-3 Fast Breaks to turn even more unsettled situations into exciting Goals on Game Day!
We see College and High School teams use this easy play against the most common Man-Down defense rotations all the time. Finding the open extra man in the middle is easy if you know what to look for!
We've seen this Man-Up Double Pick & Roll Play used by multiple teams in lots of Box Lacrosse tournaments this season. Try it with your youth and high school players!
Here are two easy plays we see from high school and college teams using this simple technique to generate good shooting opportunities when they have the extra man!
This is a great college man-up play that is so simple, we see high school and even youth teams using it now to score easy goals!
This is the simple Man-Up play that UNC used when they won the NCAA DI National Championship game in Overtime yesterday! This is actually a standard play that we see just about every team in college lacrosse using now.
This is one of the easiest Man-Up plays we can think of, and one that every coach should teach their players. Score goals with as few as two passes with this simple play!
This is a "Lax Classic" Man-Up play that coaches have been using for years with high school and college teams against the typical "Box and One" Man-Down Defense to get easy shots right in front of the goal!
When Fast Breaks happen in games, the ball doesn't always come in where we want it to like it does in practice. Here are three different Reverse Fast Breaks we see college teams use for this situation.
This easy Man-Up Play is used by college, pro and international teams in both Indoor Box Lacrosse and Outdoor Field Lacrosse. It's so easy you could score in as few as one or two passes!