High School Coaching Academy: Training the Lacrosse Goalie

High School Coaching Academy: Training the Lacrosse Goalie
High School Coaching Academy: Training the Lacrosse Goalie
Item# LXD-03870C
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Product Description

  • Improve position fundamentals, the outlet pass and footwork fundamentals
  • Learn drills to perfect body positioning and stick positioning
  • Pick up a simple technique to help makes saves in traffic
with John Nostrant,
The Haverford School Head Lacrosse Coach,
2015 National Champions (Inside Lacrosse);
2011 LaxPower High School Boys Lacrosse National Champion,
2x State Champion, 300+ wins as a high school coach, 2008 Gold Medalist on USA U-19 World Team Staff,
3x All-American mid fielder at Washington College, 2x NLL All Pro
and Travis Loving, Berkeley Preparatory School Head Boy's Lacrosse Coach;
former Defensive Coordinator and Goalie Coach, The Haverford School

Train the precision movements your goalies need to perfect to keep the ball out of the cage!

In this "in cage" presentation, Head Coach John Nostrant of The Haverford School walks you through the most critical goalie fundamentals. He goes over position fundamentals in the net, the outlet pass, and footwork fundamentals including walking the line. Nostrant also shares the essential traits and qualities of successful goal keepers.

Assistant Coach Travis Loving demonstrates drills for body positioning and stick positioning. He begins with footwork drills and then goes through a proper warm up. Once the goalies are warmed up, they work on positioning drills on the dodge, behind the net with a dodge, and on the fast break.

Loving then drills the goalies on turns when the ball is behind the net and proper technique.

Moving into game-like situations the goalies work on shots with a screen, feeds to the crease, and outlet passing. Loving concludes with wall ball drills that work on proper footwork and stick movement.

Make game-changing saves this year with these fundamental techniques and drills.

46 minutes. 2011.

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