By Coach Damon on December 26, 2017
As I’ve said numerous times on this blog, there are a lot of different styles when it comes to lacrosse goaltending. When you look at photos of these current and former University of Denver goalies, what do you notice? That’s not your standard “feet shoulder width apart” stance you’ve heard so many coaches say. ThatContinue Reading Post
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By Coach Damon on January 16, 2017
Lacrosse goalies come in all shapes and sizes. If you take a look at the current MLL goalies you’ll see a range of heights from 5’8″ all the way up to 6’4″ which indicates goalies can be successful at any height in the highest levels of our sport. But whether you’re 5’8″ or 6’4″ oneContinue Reading Post
By Coach Damon on March 21, 2016
Hopefully by now you’re aware of the perfect elements of a lacrosse goalie ready stance. Since some folks are more visual learners I decided to take the 7 key elements to an effective ready stance and display them visually. So here’s my 1st attempt at a lacrosse infographic – 7 elements of a perfect lacrosseContinue Reading Post
By Coach Damon on January 4, 2016
Getting into a perfect lacrosse goalie stance before every shot is half the battle when it comes to making consistent saves as a lax goalie. One of the first things a new goalie should learn is how to get setup in the proper stance that will maximize his or her ability to make saves. When youContinue Reading Post