Frederick Youth Lacrosse WMYLC
 
 
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ATTACK

First Home:
The first home's responsibility is to score. Located in front of the goal, the first home must continually cut toward the goal for a shot, or cut away from the goal to make room for another player. She should have excellent stick work.

Second Home:
The second home is considered the playmaker. She should be able to shoot well from every angle and distance from the goal.

Third Home:
The third home's responsibility is to transition the ball from defense to attack. She should be able to feed the ball to other players and fill in wing areas.

Attack Wings:

The wings are also responsible for transitioning the ball from defense to attack. Wings should have speed and endurance and be ready to receive the ball from the defense and run or pass the ball.
 
DEFENSE
 

Point:
The point's responsibility is to mark first home. She should be able to stick check, body check and look to intercept passes.

Coverpoint:
The coverpoint's responsibility is to mark second home. She should be able to receive clears, run fast and have good footwork.

Third Man:
The third man's responsibility is to mark third home. She should be able to intercept passes, clear the ball, run fast and have good footwork.

Center:
The center's responsibility is to control the draw and play both defense and attack. She should have speed and endurance.

Defense Wings:

The wings are responsible for marking the attack wings and bringing the ball into the attack area. Wings should have speed and endurance.

Goalkeeper:
The goalkeeper's responsibility is to protect the goal. She should have good stick work, courage and confidence.

Women's Lacrosse Skills:

Cradle:
The act of moving the stick from side to side causing the ball to remain in the upper part of the pocket webbing.

Checking:
The act of using a controlled tap with a crosse o n an opponent's crosse in an attempt to dislodge the ball.

Catching:
The act of receiving a passed ball with the crosse.

Cutting:
A movement by a player without the ball in anticipation of a pass.

Dodging:
The act of suddenly shifting direction in order to avoid an opponent.

Passing:
The act of throwing the ball to a teammate with the crosse.

Pick-Ups:
The act of scooping a loose ball with a crosse.

Shootings:
The act of throwing the ball at the goal with the crosse in an attempt to score.