- Use player substitutions to create attacking advantages
- Learn specific substitution routes that create mismatches for your opponent
- Keep your sideline organized to ensure substitutes are fully prepared to enter the game
with Bill Harkins,
Florida State University Head Coach;
2009 MCLA Coach of the Year, 5X National Tournament appearances with Florida State,
Finished 2005 season ranked #4 nationally
and Matt Waesche,
Florida State University Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator;
4 National Tournament appearances with Florida State; 4th place finish nationally in 2005
If you substitute efficiently and effectively you can create attacking advantages that provide scoring opportunities and create chaos for your opponent.
Through marker board diagrams and on-field demonstrations, Matt Waesche shows you a variety of techniques to keep your sideline organized.
You will see various types of substitutions and shows how to move players in and out of the game in strategic routes to create attacking advantages on offense and prevent fast breaks on defense.
Drills are also included to prepare your team for fast break situations. Wing play works on fast breaks from face offs as well as using substitutions to create attacking advantages. The Toomey drill works on quick transitions to create mismatches and advantages.
Every lacrosse game requires a number of substitutions to keep players fresh and performing at the best of their ability. With this VIDEO you will be able to use your substitutions to create havoc for your opponents!
54 minutes. 2010.Lacrosse Videos