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“Maryland” (Motion Offense). Maryland- “Cut Through/Screen Opposite”. X6. X7. X5. X3. X4. X1. X2. “Maryland”-Motion Offense. Offensive Rules Player with the ball: if you’re uncovered, get covered (attack the goal/defender). Once you’re covered, move the ball.

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“Maryland”-Motion Offense
  • Offensive Rules
    • Player with the ball: if you’re uncovered, get covered (attack the goal/defender). Once you’re covered, move the ball.
    • If you’re standing next to the ball, leave—create space.
    • The ball always has a left and a right option=“pop outs” to either side.
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“Maryland”-Motion Offense
  • Formation: 3x2x2—players at 1, Y, 2, O, E, 3, and 4
    • Set up outside the 12m fan with 10-15 yards between players
  • Keys to a Settled Attack
    • Balance/Spacing: Keep the set balanced, allow the ball space, back up shots; do not undercut someone going to goal--constantly exchange, rotate, and replace
    • Ball Movement: make the defense shift; 2 to 3 shifts=a quality shot
    • Understanding/Awareness (of others): movement with purpose; thinking 2 and 3 passes/moves ahead
    • Communication: tell your teammate what you’re doing
    • Utilize individual strengths and work as a unit
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“Maryland”-Motion Offense
  • At first, call out what you want to have happen; for example, “pass and cut through/screen opposite.” After the team becomes proficient, most of the techniques will happen on the fly.
  • Coaching Progression: Most of our offensive calls and techniques are in this set. Establish the basic structure, introduce one technique, become proficient at that, and then move onto the next technique.
    • Teach on ball offense
    • Teach off ball offense
    • Work with 5v5 then 7v7
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“Maryland”-Cut Through/Screen Opposite
  • Formation: 3x2x2—players at 1, Y, 2, O, E, 3, and 4
    • Set up outside the 12m fan with 10-15 yards between players
  • Keep the set balanced—constantly exchange, rotate, and replace
  • Next slide:
    • X6 attacks; X5 and X7 are next to ball, so they cut through/screen opposite; X3 and X4 “pop out”; X1 and X2 cut and replace to maintain balance
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“Maryland”-Cut Through/Screen Oppositeafter the “Pop Out” Pass
  • X4 catches in triple threat and attacks immediately.
  • X1 and X6 (passer) are the 1st players to either side of the ball, so they cut through and screen opposite.
  • X7 and X3 are the next players to either side, so they “pop out.”
    • If either one of them receives the ball , she immediately attacks, triple threat
    • Pop outs always have the option to go “back door” if their cut is overplayed.
  • X5 and X2 maintain balance and “exchange”
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Maryland-Skip “Skip Pass” to X6; X5 “skipped,” so she cuts through and screens. X6 has a tremendous amount of room and a 2v2 situation with X2

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