Midfield in lacrosse is a position meant for Forrest Gump. You will run, and you must be able to play both sides of the ball. Some teams let their midfielders become specialized for offense or defense, but a true midfielder plays both. Transitioning from defense to offense, or vice versa, is a huge part of the game, and being able to skip a sub helps your team. If you have endurance, grit, and a
Lacrosse Midfield Faceoff Drills
Midfielders are normally the only position that takes faceoffs in lacrosse, so as a midfielder you may want to try them. This can guarantee you a spot on the field at the start of every quarter and after every goal. You also can snag a fast break if you win the faceoff clean enough for some instant offense. Check out these drills for how to get started on the X and have the fastest hands on the field.
Lacrosse Midfield Transitions
The midfield controls transition in lacrosse. Every time the ball changes possession transition is right around the corner. It’s impossible to avoid and pumps up the pace of play. In this article you can learn the importance of lacrosse transition and how to take the game by storm. With so much of the game being transition, if you can learn to run flawless fast breaks, you should be getting goals every game.