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Get a Great Communication Drill for Lacrosse!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Bucknell University head women’s coach, Randall Goldsborough, showcases a drill that will help your players improve their recognition and on-field talking. The “Circle Drill” is designed to force athletes to navigate around until they find a teammate to pass to, encouraging great vision and communication.

Circle Drill

Drill Summary: Split the entire team into two equal groups. Begin with one group inside the center draw circle and the other group in a big circle that expands about 10-15 yards past the draw circle. Players on the outside each have a ball. To begin the drill, the players on the outside pass a ball to a player inside the circle. The players on the inside of the circle receive the pass and throw the ball back to the player they received it from. After making their return pass, the players on the inside of the circle must turn and go receive a pass from someone else on the outside circle. The rule is that no passes to an adjacent outside player (from the previous passer) are allowed. Switch groups from the outer and inner circles every minute and work on different shuttles.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Team Tempo Drills for Lacrosse Practice.” Browse other world class Lacrosse videos at ChampionshipProductions.com!

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Push the Ball on the Fast Break!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, June 9, 2015

With this drill from Bucknell University head women’s coach, Randall Goldsborough, your team will learn to push the ball in transition and get a scoring opportunity quickly. Beating the defense down the field before they can get set will give players a higher chance at a goal.

Fast Times

Drill Summary: To set up, start with two opposing players at midfield, offensive and defensive players matched up on both halves of the field, and a goalie in front of each net. The drill starts with a draw at midfield. Whoever wins the draw advances the ball up the field, trying to score via a fast break or slow break on the opposing team’s goal. Play until a shot on goal or until 10 seconds have gone by, then restart at midfield.

Keys to the Drill:

1) Look for the fast break.
2) Look for the slow break.
3) Teamwork.
4) Communication.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Team Tempo Drills for Lacrosse Practice.” View other world class Lacrosse videos!




Team Tempo Drills for Lacrosse Practice

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Former US National Team member and World Cup gold medalist Randall Goldsborough has created an exciting and fast-paced series of drills. These drills will challenge your players to apply the fundamental skills they already know to comprehensive, advanced small game exercises. In this Lacrosse DVD, Coach Goldsborough demonstrates exciting and progressive ways to teach:

Team Tempo Drills for Lacrosse Practice

  • Take your team to the next level with these high intensity drills aimed at more experienced players
  • Train your players to perform better in games by challenging them to a higher standard in practice
  • Replicate the `chaos’ of game situations in practice to improve skills and communication
  • These drills involve a lot of players, a lot of concepts, a lot of movement and a lot of chaos! 

    Team Tempo Drills for Lacrosse Practice




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