Also called the “star drill”, the umbrella cone drill is all about defensive positioning. When you are doing the umbrella cone drill you will have to approach, break down, recover, communicate, and be efficient. This week we will dive into how to make the most out of this lacrosse cone drill and dominate on defense.
This Highlighter of Wednesday’s Weekly Lacrosse Tips is about taking that next step from JV to varsity lacrosse.JV lacrosse and varsity lacrosse are different beasts. You are going to have to be serious about your game once you make the big leagues.
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.
Arc Lacrosse shafts are made to stand up, but also to then stand out. You want a product that serves a purpose, and you’re always looking for one that goes beyond the call of duty. Arc Lacrosse shafts are here to surpass your expectations in a subtle and specific manner.
An NCAA Men’s lacrosse rule change for the 2019 season will hopefully be bringing back the crease dive. Often regarded as ‘the most exciting play in lacrosse’, the crease dive is not for the faint of heart. Many attackmen will be practicing this skill in the offseason in hopes of adding a few highlights to their resume. While the crease dive is a very thrilling play to watch, it does return with some cause for concern.