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Create Space to Score More Goals in a Game!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Marc Van Arsdale was part of Dom Starsia’s coaching staff for the 2011 NCAA Championship at the University of Virginia, and here Coach Van Arsdale provides you with a shooting drill that works on practical patterns that would be used in a game.

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Athlete Movement:  The players begin with a ball at about 5 yards below GLE, on one side of the cage. The player then runs directly up field about 7-8 yards up above GLE, they then roll to the outside, take a step or two back towards GLE to create separation from the defender, change hands, and shoot on the goal.

Teaching Points: Two keys to this drill are for the player to keep the stick in close to protect it and to be sure to run far enough above GLE, so that they have space after turning around to still have an angle to shoot on the goal.

The previous clip can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “20 Drills to Develop Stick-Handling and Shooting.” View the latest videos on Lacrosse Skill Development.




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