Are your players practicing "Wall Ball" to get their stick skills ready for the spring? If you aren't starting now, you will be wasting precious practice time when the season starts!
Last week we covered this Box Lacrosse Man-Up Double Pick Play from the Iroquois Nationals vs Team USA game at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. Now we've got the video thanks to Lacrosse Film Room.
Canada ran this simple Man-Up play several times in their game against Team USA during the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships last night. You can use this same play with your youth or high school box or outdoor team.
This is a great Man-Up Play we saw during the Iroquois vs USA game at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. The commentators said it was a "classic Box Lacrosse play," so we thought we better cover it.
This is a great drill you can use any day at practice to teach your players to understand and react to common numbers-advantage game situations like Fast Breaks, Slow Breaks, Man-Up/Man-Down, all in the same drill!
This is a great practice drill we adapted from something we saw at training camp for one of the NLL teams last year. We added extra players to use it outdoors to improve stick skills, game situations, and conditioning!
"Clearing" the ball away from your own goal can be the most frustrating part of coaching youth or high school lacrosse. Use this simple sideline play that every coach needs to know to get the ball safely down field into the sticks of your Attackmen.