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Learn the Essentials to Win the Face-Off!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Tony Seaman, the Denver Outlaws General Manager, takes you through the basics of the face-off.  From the type of stickhead that is good for facing off to proper positioning of your hands, each aspect of the face-off is both discussed and explained in detail.

This excerpt came from Championship Productions’ lacrosse video, The Complete Guide to the Face-Off.  To view more instructional lacrosse videos, click here!




Understand the Important Role of the Wings During a Face-Off!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Denver Outlaws General Manager, Tony Seaman, tells you about one of the most important aspects of the face-off, beyond just the draw itself, which is wing play. One of the most varied aspects of lacrosse in relation to a team’s theory, is how to effectively play the wing on the face-off. However, coach Seaman breaks it down simply and provides excellent whiteboard illustration and explanation to convey the concepts.

The Face-Off: Wing Play

Athlete Movements: Your wings will line up hip-to-hip with the opponent and then move to shield them, preventing the opponent from gaining an advantage once the ball comes loose. Coach Seaman explains in simple terms exactly what the wing players should be doing to fulfill their responsibilities.

Teaching Points:

  • Communication between the middies and their teammate taking the face-off
  • Make sure your players are hip-to-hip with the opponent in order to block them

The previous clip can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “The Complete Guide to the Face-Off.” View the latest video selections on Face-Offs.




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