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U.S. Lacrosse Convention Philadelphia Marriott Philadelphia, PA January 8 – 11, 2004 Pre Season Team Development Plan Washington and Lee University Men’s Lacrosse Staff Michael Cerino, Head Coach Mike Sessa, Assistant Coach Marty Watters, Assistant Coach Developing the Pre Season

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U.S. Lacrosse Convention

Philadelphia Marriott

Philadelphia, PA

January 8 – 11, 2004

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Pre Season Team Development Plan

Washington and Lee University

Men’s Lacrosse Staff

Michael Cerino, Head Coach

Mike Sessa, Assistant Coach

Marty Watters, Assistant Coach

a practice checklist
A. Practice Checklist

1. Individual Skills

  • Stick Skills
    • Catch and Throw
    • Over the Shoulder
    • Cradle
  • Dodging
    • Split
    • Roll
    • Inside Roll
    • Change of Direction
    • Face
  • Checking
    • Styles/Types
    • Areas
  • Footwork/Agility

1) By Position

  • Loose Ball Play
    • Techniques
      • Playing the Ball
      • Playing the Man
    • Communication
  • Shooting
    • Inside/Crease
    • Outside
    • On the Run
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A. Practice Checklist

2. Team Concepts

  • Offense
    • vs. Pressure
    • vs. Zone
    • vs. Man to Man
    • vs. Shut Off
  • Man Down Defense
    • 1 min/30 second plays
    • 10 second plays
    • Numbers
    • Shut Off
  • Clearing
    • vs. Zone
    • vs. Pressure
  • Extra Man Offense
    • 1 minute plays
    • 30 second plays
    • 10 second plays
    • Numbers
    • vs. Shut Off
  • Fast Break
    • Offense
    • Defense
    • Numbers
  • Out of Bounds Plays
    • Endline plays
    • Sideline plays
  • Riding
    • Zone
    • Pressure
    • Half Field
  • Restarts
    • Offense
    • Defense
    • Area
  • Defense
    • Man to Man
    • Zone
    • Pressure
  • Slow Break
    • Offense
    • Defense
    • Numbers
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A. Practice Checklist

3. Special Game Situations

  • Man Down Clear
    • vs. Pressure
    • vs. Zone
  • Man Down Offense
  • Extra Man Ride
  • Extra Man Clear
  • Extra Man Defense
  • 2 minute Situations (con’t)
    • Defense
      • Up by a goal
      • Down by a goal
      • Game tied
      • Personnel
  • 2 minute Situations
    • Offense
      • Up by a goal
      • Down by a goal
      • Game tied
      • Personnel
  • Five on Five Situations
    • Offense
    • Defense
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A. Practice Checklist (con’t)

3. Special Game Situations

  • Live Ball Situations
    • Flag Down Plays
    • On the Fly Substitution
b equipment checklist
B. Equipment Checklist
  • General
    • Balls
    • Nubs
    • Extra Shafts
    • Cones
    • Back up Sticks
    • Stick Kit
    • Extra Cages
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B. Equipment Checklist (con’t.)

2. Footwork

a. Jump Ropes

  • 3. Goalies
    • a. Tennis Balls
    • b. Goalie Teaching Aids
c developing the chart
C. Developing the Chart
  • Determining the Dates and Times of Practice
    • How many practices before the first scrimmage?
    • How many practices before the second scrimmage?
    • How many practices before the first game?
    • Time of day for practice
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C. Developing the Chart (con’t.)
  • Determining the Time Blocks
    • What aspects will the team work on each day?
    • What drills will be used in those segments?
    • How long will you spend on different segments?
      • Concepts – 15 min.
      • Work on Concepts – 12 min.
      • Position Work/Drills – 10 min.
      • Water Breaks – 3 min.
    • Where in practice will you put each segment?
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C. Developing the Chart (con’t.)
  • Building the Chart
    • Segments with times down the side
    • Break the Chart up
      • Half Field Days
      • Full Field Days
      • Three Weeks
ii implementing the pre practice specialized workouts
II. Implementing the Pre-Practice Specialized Workouts

A. Goalie Teaching Progression

B. Shooting Drills

C. Faceoff Teaching Progression

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A. Goalie Teaching Progression

  • Conditioning
    • Physical Conditioning
    • Mental Conditioning
  • Stopping the Ball
    • Stance and Positioning
    • Stepping to the Ball
      • Holes
      • Bounce Shots
  • Warm Up
    • Sequence
    • Weaknesses
    • Selecting a Shooter
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A. Goalie Teaching Progression (con’t.)

  • Situations
    • Playing the Pipe
    • Screens
    • Playing the Ball Behind
    • One on One Saves
    • Feeds
  • Throwing the Ball
    • Techniques
    • Clears
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A. Goalie Teaching Progression (con’t.)

  • Communication
    • Ball Positioning
    • Check Calls
    • Pipe Calls
    • Slide Calls
    • Recognizing Breaks
    • Breakout Calls
  • Tricks
    • a. Baiting
  • Drills
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B.Shooting Drills

  • 1. Outside Shooting
    • 2. Shooting on the Run
    • 3. Shooting off the Dodge
    • 4. Shooting off the Pass
    • 5. Long Distance Shooting
    • 6. Shooting off the Corners
    • 7. 1 v 1 Shooting
    • 8. Shooting through Checks
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C. Faceoff Progression - FOGO

  • Stance and Positioning
  • Reading the Wingers
    • Check Calls
  • Whistle Anticipation
  • Moves
  • Countermoves
  • Ball Control
    • Placement on Win
    • Digging on Loss
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C. Faceoff Progression – FOGO (con’t.)

  • Playing the Situations
    • Back Right (Down the Line)
    • Back Left (Box Out)
    • Top Right (Beating the Box Out)
    • Top Left (Screening)
  • Ground Balls
    • Techniques
    • Communication
    • Determination
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C. Faceoff Progression – FOGO (con’t.)

  • Reading the Situation
    • Battle for Ground Balls
    • Gooses
    • Dropping on Defense
    • Running off the Field
  • Breaks
    • For
    • Against
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C. Faceoff Progression – Wingers

  • Stance and Positioning
  • Whistle Anticipation
  • 1 v 1 Play
    • Sealing
    • Riding Out
  • Playing the Situation
    • Ball to Near Side (Box Out)
    • Ball to Far Side (Poke Tech.)
    • Ball Away Near Side (Upfield)
    • Ball Away Far Side (Drop in Hole)
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C. Faceoff Progression – Wingers (con’t.)

  • Ground Balls
    • Techniques
    • Communication
    • Determination
  • Calls
    • Goose Calls
    • Check Calls
  • Reading the Situation
    • Battle for Ground Balls
    • Dropping on Defense
  • Breaks
    • For
    • Against
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Lacrosse Specific

Jog w/Cradle – right hand/left hand

Plant and Cut w/Cradle – right/left

Shuffle w/Defensive Position

Shuffle w/Turn – defensive position

Cariocca – defensive position

Roll, Scoop & Cradle – right hand/left hand

Backward Shuffle w/Stick Check

Cradle, Toss, Jump – right/left cradle

Quick Feet, Scoop w/Acceleration – right/left arm extended

Lateral Leg Tucks

Walking Quad

Walking Hamstring

SAQ

Static Stretch

iv implementing the conditioning program
IV. Implementing the Conditioning Program
  • Lacrosse Specific
  • How it relates to time of pre season
      • Rest to Distance Ratio
  • Conditioning Program
v developing the practice plans
V. Developing the Practice Plans
  • Weekly
    • Breaking the Progression into Thirds
      • Get an overview of all the aspects covered
        • By the first scrimmage
        • By the second scrimmage
        • By the first game
  • Daily
    • Time Blocks
    • Water Breaks
    • Drill Set Up
    • Pre and Post Practice Workouts
  • Entire Pre Season
    • Using the Chart

a. Is everything in?

contact information
Contact Information
  • Mike Cerino
    • cerinom@wlu.edu
    • (540) 458-8678
    • To access slide show on-line go to: athletics.wlu.edu/mlacrosse.htm