Notre Dame Lacrosse Gauntlet Drill – Video

Posted: February 24, 2011 by Paul Rai in Alberta Lacrosse, Box Lacrosse, College Lacrosse, Drills, Field Lacrosse, The Lacrosse Program, Video
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I love this drill described by Notre Dame lacrosse, because it can be integrated into a field or box practice.  Players need to have escape moves in their arsenal when they are pressured and need to get the ball to open space.  In this drill players make different moves on the defenders and then turn back to make the pass back to the front of the line.  In field lacrosse they talk about making the “big turn” to get to open space to make the pass.  In box lacrosse you are limited in the amount of space you have so may not be able to make the big turn.  What would be more specific to box lacrosse is turning your head and getting the stick ready to move the ball.  Stick should be up and ball should be moved quickly.  It does not matter – field or box, this is a good drill.

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