Lacrosse: Technique and Tradition

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JHU Press, Feb 1, 1978 - History - 232 pages
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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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Contents

foreword VIM 1 the game of lacrosse
3
3 the rules
19
what makes a player
27
fundamentals
35
individual offense
45
team offense
59
extraman offense
77
individual defense
87
clearing
141
riding
155
fast breaks
174
faceoffs
177
drills
189
contents LACROSSE AT JOHNS HOPKINS
197
the eightysevenyear record
199
my twenty Hopkins teams
207

team defense
99
mandown defense
111
goal tending
123

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About the author (1978)

BOB SCOTT is the Executive Director for Compassionate Justice International a non-profit organization that focuses on the plight of the oppressed poor, and balancing the scales of justice on their behalf. Bob has spent over 30 years seamlessly moving between the worlds of church planting, humanitarian aid and global business development. He and his wife Elizabeth presently reside near Kansas City, and have five children and one grandchild.

Robert Scott is a well-known Los Angeles private investigator who specializes in missing persons, fraud, and background investigations. He uses his insider status to find and test thousands of hard-to-find sources of information. The author of four books on investigations, he is also a radio and television guest expert and a columnist for "P.I. Magazine.

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