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A Day in the Life of USC Lacrosse

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Basic Rules | Women's Lacrosse

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Hi, I'm Liz Kittleman Jackson. I'm the Head Lacrosse coach at Columbia Universityand I'm going to talk to you about a few basic rules of the game of Lacrosse. First, the field. Our game is played within a hundred yards with five yards behind each cage for play to happen behind the goal. Typically, the field is about 50 to 60 yards wide. There are twelve players on each team on the field at once, one goal keeper and eleven field players.

The field players are a combination of attackers, midfielders, and defenders. In the game of Lacrosse we have what's called a restraining line that goes across the 30 yard line on either side of the field. When your inside the 30 yard line, the game is seven attackers versus seven defenders. Once the ball is moved above the 30 yard line any number of players can be on the field.

But then again, when it goes below the 30 yard line it's seven attackers versus seven defenders. Different teams use different combinations of the field players. A typical setup is four defenders, three midfielders, and four attackers, plus the goal keeper, and you've got your twelve players on the field. So, those are the basic rules of woman's Lacrosse
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Top 10 plays from 2019 NCAA women's lacrosse championship

Here were 10 of the best plays from the 2019 DI women's lacrosse NCAA championship.

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UNC Women's Lacrosse: Heels Fall to Boston College in 2OT Heartbreaker

Carolina was defeated 15-14 by Boston College in double overtime at the Final Four. Jamie Ortega scored 5 goals for the Tar Heels, finishing the season with a school record 81.
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US Women's National Team vs. JMU

PLN Classic: Women's Lacrosse, Florida at Navy (March 3, 2019)

Navy used a five-goal rally as well as late goals by Kelly Larkin at the end of each half to take down the No. 11 Florida Gators in this 2019 classic regular-season women's lacrosse game.

Top 20 Plays of the Year | B1G Women's Lacrosse

Look back at the top plays from the 2019 season of Big Ten lacrosse.

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The New Face of Women's Lacrosse, Pt. I: Becoming Kylie Ohlmiller

In 2018, Kylie Ohlmiller became the NCAA's all-time leader in points (498) and assists (246), helping make history at Stony Brook University.

Upon graduation, she made her professional lacrosse debut for the WPLL's New York Fight — after being drafted No. 1 overall by the league — and signed an endorsement deal with Brine/New Balance, helping launch the Dynasty Warp Pro.

The bold new face of women's lacrosse, Ohlmiller is one of the most innovative, creative players in the game right now helping push the sport forward.

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Beyond the Block O: Ohio State Women's Lacrosse (Ep. 1)

It’s a new chapter of Ohio State Women's Lacrosse. Go behind the scenes, meet the new faces of the program, and follow the journey to success. #GoBucks

Syracuse vs Northwestern | 2020 College Highlights

- In a meeting between two of the top teams in women's D1 lacrosse, the Syracuse Orange traveled to Illinois for a non-conference showdown with the Northwestern Wildcats. Using a strong second half that featured an 8-1 run over the games final 20 minutes, Syracuse defeated Northwestern by a score of 16-11. Check out highlights from all of the action with Lax.com!


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Top 10 offensive players to watch in 2020 NCAA women's lacrosse

There are plenty of unbelievable scorers returning this spring in women's lacrosse. Here are some of the players who will make the biggest impact.

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High School Girls Lacrosse: Minnehaha Academy vs. Stillwater

Stillwater clinched the Suburban East Conference title and hope to clinch their 10th straight win to end the season. Minnehaha Academy has other ideas thanks to a fantastic freshman in Claire Nelson.

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2014 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship - Maryland vs Syracuse

WLaxVids presents full women's lacrosse games in medium quality for educational purposes. Due to the lack of availability of content we bring you games to study for coaches, players, officials and parents!

U.S. Women's National Team vs. England [Full Broadcast]

The first-ever Team USA Fall Classic this weekend features the top four teams from the last World Cup – the United States, Canada, Australia and England – as well as the reigning NCAA champion North Carolina.

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Trip to California | Boston College Women's Lacrosse | Team Travel

Boston College Women's lacrosse fly to the west coast to play USC! Behind the scenes of what it's like! No payment and no monetization! Not allowed to include highlight videos from the game because of ACC network rules.
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Women's Lacrosse - Maryland vs North Carolina (2/24/19)

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How to Run a Motion Offense | Women's Lacrosse

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Hi, I'm Liz Kittleman Jackson I'm the Head Lacrosse coach at Columbia University. I'm joined by Katie Chrest Erbe at Assistant Lacrosse Coach Columbia and Kaitlyn Jackson with GameDay Lacrosse.

Today we're going to talk about some of the building blocks of a motion offense. So, some of the most important things that you need to remember as an attacker is that you've got to keep the defense on your toes you want to make sure that their heads are spinning so that you can do what you want. So, one of the great ways to keep a defender on their toes is to make sure that you are moving the ball quickly.

If Kaitlyn and Katie are on the same team, they're moving the ball around the perimeter of the 8 meter or the 12 meter, they want to make sure that they're not just lobbing it back and forth but that they're really putting some pace on it so the defenders have to keep their heads moving. Another important component of a motion offense is to make sure that you're creating space for your teammates to be able to work. One good example of this, if Katies's passing the ball to Kaitlyn she doesn't want to just stand where she is.

Her defender can easily help shut Kaitlyn down. Once Katie passes the ball to Kaitlyn she wants to get out of this space so cutting doen and away from the ball is a good option. Another good way to create space for your teammate is passing the ball up top and cutting through the center of the 8, taking your defender out of the play. Again if Kaitlyn is just to pass the ball to Katie and stand where she is, that doesn't give Katie any space to challenge, and it also allows Kaitlyn's defender to help stop Katie. One thing that Katie wants to do once she receives the ball is read the timing of Kaitlyn's cut. As soon as Katie receives the ball, she wants to go full speed to goal making a dodge around her defender and finishing off with a shot.

One reason that it's really important that Kaitlyn and Katie know what each other are doing so they don't want to make their moves at the same exact time. If Kaitlyn passes the balls to Katie and Katie is dodging while Kaitlyn is cutting, it would be very easy for Katie's defender to pick up Katie is well. So, Katie needs to wait for Kaitlyn to get past her then make her dodge and go hard to goal. OK. So, always being a threat with the ball moving it quickly around the perimeter, not letting the defender's relax and feel as though they know exactly what's going on. Making sure that you're clearing space for your teammates who are challenging to goal and also reading when is the right time to dodge into the space that they've given you.

Those are some of the key components of a motion offense.

Yale All-Access Live Broadcast: Women's Lacrosse vs. Princeton

Yale women's Lacrosse hosts Princeton in an Ivy League game at Reese Stadium. Yale All-Access play-by-play: Krissy Chapman '13. Color: Chloe Drimal '13. Producer: Kevin Kucharski '15. Camera: Tanjim Efaz '14 and Taylor Stib '15.

How to Get Recruited to Play Women's Lacrosse

What does it take to get an offer from a college program? We spoke with out STX Athletes who have been through it from both the student and coach side to get tips on how you can stand out and get recruited to your dream school.

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UNC Women's Lacrosse: 2019 Season Preview

Coach Levy and the team are focused, motivated and ready for season play!

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