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Run an Efficient 2-2-3 Triangle Offense!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Limestone College head women’s lacrosse coach Scott Tucker has often used the 2-2-3 motion offense while leading the Saints to the D-II NCAA Tournament Final Four six times. In this clip, Coach Tucker shows how his players maintain their triangle spacing and work together to set up the offense.

Triangle Set

Drill Summary: In coach Tucker’s 2-2-3, two attackers are positioned behind the goal, two attackers start on the inside and three middies start on the outside. To begin the drill, players pass the ball around the outside of the formation. Once the ball has gone around the outside twice, the center middie passes to an outside middie and cuts to the middle. Meanwhile, the opposite players fill positions, with the outside middie filling up and the inside attacker filling out. The point of the drill is to work on rotating and maintaining spacing.

Keys to the Drill:

1) Ball movement.
2) Communication.
3) Fill open positions.
4) Full speed cuts.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Offensive Sets, Motion and Plays.” View other world class Lacrosse videos!


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