Lacrosse: Technique and Tradition
Communicating the enthusiasm, skill, and understanding of a top coach, "Lacrosse: Technique and Tradition" is a book to be savored by the youngest player and the oldest fan. The heart of the book is the authoritative and clear explanation of the techniques and tactics of this fast-growing sport.
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foreword VIM 1 the game of lacrosse
3 the rules
what makes a player
contents LACROSSE AT JOHNS HOPKINS
the eightysevenyear record
my twenty Hopkins teams
alignment athlete attack ball carrier Blue Jays body bounce shots box lacrosse catches the ball center line champion championship changeup clear the ball Club coach crease area crease attackman crease defenseman cutter defender playing defensive half dodge dodger double pick extra-man play faceoff fake fast break feed feeder feet fenseman Figure first-team All-American foot football foul Frank Urso front give goalie goalie's handle head Homewood Field Hopkins team ice hockey Joe Cowan Johns Hopkins left-handed lndians loose ball man-down defense maneuver Maryland Mike Clark Mount Washington move Navy NCAA normally offensive player offside opponent passes the ball penalty box PHASE pick Player O1 playing the ball point-blank shot position restraining line rider right-handed scooping the ball score season shoot shooter side sideline slide speed sport teammate Terps tion undefeated University of Maryland victory zone defense