- Force more turn overs and keep the ball on your offensive end
- Give up fewer goals off of fast breaks
- Control the tempo of the game
with Scott Tucker,
Limestone College Head Women's Lacrosse Coach;
winningest active coach in NCAA Division II women's lacrosse;
NCAA DII National Runners-Up (2011, 2013);
2006 Inside Lacrosse Division II National Coach of the Year;
13x Conference Carolinas Champions (2004-17);
11x Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year - including 7 straight honors (2011-17); Team Canada U-19 Assistant Coach - 2011 World Cup Bronze Medal
Discover a proven, zone ride transition defense designed to stop all forms of clearing and transition.
In this excellent lacrosse DVD, Scott Tucker presents his 33 Zone Ride.
Whether your opponent runs the ball or passes in transition this defense has a solution to stop it!
Using whiteboard and on field demonstrations, Coach Tucker explains how this ride can slow your opponent's clearing opportunities, which is essential to stopping fast breaks. This ride also takes away short passes and forces your opponent to make longer, less accurate passes which creates turnovers and scoring chances for your team.
Coach Tucker starts on the white board describing where players should be and the responsibilities of each player. In clear concise language Tucker explains how each player should react to situations and ball placement. As the ball moves players responsibilities change. Tucker explains how players need to react and communicate to adjust to their opponent's ball movement.
Following the white board session Coach Tucker moves to the field to demonstrate the 33 Zone Ride. He shows how to teach this ride for the first time through the use of cones. Coach Tucker takes his team through proper field placement before bringing an opponent onto the field. He points out areas to emphasize with your players and describes when and how your team can get into double situations creating more pressure on your opponents.
The 33 Zone Ride is an excellent way for your team to stop the opposition on it's own half of the field.
40 minutes. 2012.Lacrosse Videos