This classic drill is used by almost every coach at every level at practice, camps, and tryouts. But where does the name come from, and how does it work? What makes it so famous?
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This simple 2-on-1 to 2-on-2 drill combines so many things our teams need to practice right now- scooping, passing, shooting, defense, and more. We love it!
We're taking another look at the "Umbrella" Weave Offense that Duke used when they won the NCAA National Championship Game in 2014. It's a simple way to use the 2-Man Game to get Midfielders dodging into the "Slot".
Keep your players focused during practice with this great variation on classic Line Drills that adds in an element of competition and conditioning to raise the intensity!
Combine two classic drills into one fast-paced game-situation drill. Practice stick skills, defensive communication and positioning, Fast Breaks and shooting, all at the same time!
One of the easiest ways you can make the Parent-Coach relationship better is start and end your practices ON TIME! Manage your time and make your coaching life easier for yourself!
This is a simple, fun drill that you can do with boys and girls players of all ages and levels to practice Scooping under pressure, Dodging, Defense, and get some Conditioning, all at the same time!
We saw both teams at the Minto Cup using this same great two-ball shooting drill to warm up for Game 2 last week.
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.