The “star drill” or the umbrella cone drill is all about defensive positioning and speed. Build up your speed and awareness with this drill.
Women’s lacrosse defense can be easy to understand, but that doesn’t make it easy to play. Learn the basics of how to start dominating the field with Stringers Society. Every women’s lacrosse player needs to start with these basic principles in order to start denying goals and cruising to victories.
Playing women’s summer lacrosse is how you really take the leap to become a better player. Women’s lacrosse tournaments, camps, and leagues are very popular and plenty of fun. This is also the best way to interact with college women’s lacrosse players and coaches.
Lacrosse Midfield Defense can be simplified and understood easily so you can get on the field more. Learn the basics here.
Get better at lacrosse with these 9 quick articles that are all focused on making you a complete lacrosse player. It takes more than a little reading, but this is a start towards you becoming the very best lacrosse player that you can.
Lacrosse faceoff drills focus on reaction, speed, technique, and grit. Improving your skill as a FOGO specialist can be simple, with daily workouts found in this article along with useful links.
Lacrosse Coaches have a rewarding, but challenging, a job that keeps lacrosse growing. Becoming a better lacrosse coach is easy with our quick tips for understanding players and their attitudes.
To shoot or not to shoot? Becoming a great shooter doesn’t happen overnight, it takes practice. These 5 drills and extra tips will get your name on the stat sheet and higher numbers on the scoreboard.
There is no stopping in lacrosse to change sides. Your transition will either make or break your team’s chances of winning every game and learning the reasons why you need to work on transition can seriously improve your season’s potential.