Dodging from behind the goal at "X" is one of the first plays you should run when your team has the ball on Offense. Use this simple play against Man-on-Man, Zone and Man-Down Defense!
This is a simple play we see college and pro players using all the time that you can also run with your youth or high school team to keep things simple and give your players room to Dodge!
This is one of the basic principles that coaches and players at every level should know and understand how to move the ball to the open man to score!
This play is a simple variation of the standard "Mumbo" Cuts that we've seen college and high school teams running the last few years using the Pick & Roll to get players open for good shots, plus keep the Defense busy and confused.
Use this classic practice drill to work on passing, catching, stick protection, 1-on-1 Defense, plus get some conditioning work done at the same time!
Double Mumbo Cuts are a modern play we've seen college and high school teams running the last few years all over the country using the Pick & Roll to get players open, plus keep the Defense busy and confused.
Create tons of scoring chances from top center with this simple play option. You can add it to your Motion Offense to confuse the Slides from the Defense if your players already understand the basic Alley Dodge.
Pass Down, Pick Down is a relatively new Offense we learned from Box Lacrosse. It incorporates the Pick & Roll elements that have made Canadian players so successful in American Field Lacrosse in the past few years, as well as parts of more traditional Motion Offense.
We've seen several top college teams using this play a lot already this season--Cornell, Syracuse and Yale have all used this in the first two weeks of 2015. It's a simple way to get your Midfielders "dodging downhill" and using the 2-Man Game.