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Lakeville Camp  Lacrosse

Season:
Summer 2019
Starts:
Jul 8 ’19
Ends:
Jul 10 ’19
Registration Dates:
Mar 28 ’19 – Jul 8 ’19 regular
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun 9:00am to 11:00am
Camper Fees
Regular $125.00

Return to Frog Skills and Drills Camps

Frog Lacrosse is excited to offer our Skills & Drills Camps for this summer! Our staff will be offering multiple camps in different parts of the state as we look to work with players from new areas and grow the game!

Location: McGuire Middle School - Lakeville, MN 


Our Skills and Drills Camps are focused on breaking down individual skill sets and building into team concepts throughout the three day timeframe. Our staff will introduce the latest trends in lacrosse while also reinforcing the importance of proper stick and footwork mechanics. 

Throughout the three day event, the coaches will use a progressive practice plan so the players can learn and apply the skills learned throughout the day and the week. Each player will leave with a better appreciation of their position and apply it immediately to their game. 

Day 1

Proper fundamental framework

- Proper stick work and why it's important
- Proper shooting technique (all players, but goalies)


Positional Footwork
Attack: Proper dodging and riding mechanics
Midfield: Proper defensive positioning on and off ball/Proper dodging movements
Defense: On-Ball positioning from up top and below/Off-Ball positioning

Day 2

Positional Work
Attack: Skeleton Dodging movements and common rotations
Midfield: Skeleton Dodging movements, common rotations, and defensive positioning
Defense: Defensive positioning and basic comprehension of offensive movements and how to defend/communicate

Half Field Work
Attack/Defense: 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and odd man concepts
Midfield: 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and odd man concepts

Day 3

Half Field Work
Attack/Defense: Use prior day knowledge to work as a unit and apply knowledge to specific scenarios.

Competition Drills
Fun, competitive drills that bring focus on up-tempo competition and applying what they've learn to live drills that simulate game play.

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