Here are six common plays you can use to generate Offense and score goals when the Defense is keeping your best player from getting the ball.
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This is a simple, standard play we see teams from all over using to score quick goals after a shot out of bounds on the End Line!
This is another simple version of the classic 3-on-2 West Genessee drill, one of the best practice drills of all time!
This is a simple and fast adaptation of one of the best practice drills of all time! We use it in pregame warm-ups to get feet, sticks and the ball moving, and get shots on goal!
This is a great new play we see most top college teams using the last two seasons to move the ball, move the defense, and get a man open in good shooting position for easy goals!
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!
Turn every change of possession or ball out of bounds into extra scoring opportunities and numbers advantage situations with this simple technique!
The "Two-Man" Pick & Roll Game is a standard offensive play for almost every team now. You can use the same tools we see College and Pro Teams using to defend against it!
We see lots of teams using this great drill in Pregame Warm-Ups for both Box and Field Lacrosse Tournaments to work on stick skills, ball movement, and defense, all at the same time!
Make sure all your players know this simple rule, so you don’t give up easy Fast and Slow Break goals! Make the other team score their goals the hard way!