Matt Ward Youth Lacrosse Training Program

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Matt Ward Youth Lacrosse Training Program

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Catching a lacrosse ball is a skill that should be developed at a young age in order to be a great lacrosse player. In this intensive lacrosse training course, Washington Bayhawks' Matt Ward explains his philosophy on the sport and demonstrates his methods for coaching young lacrosse players with a focus on developing the proper skills necessary to achieve success down the line. Topics covered include: Stick skillsPassingGround ballsMoves and dodgesShootingDefenseDrills1 Lacrosse Stick Skills: How to Catch a Lacrosse Ball Free 1:12 2 Lacrosse Stick Skills: How to Cradle 1:02 3 Lacrosse Stick Skills: Triple Threat Position 0:56 4 Lacrosse Stick Skills: One-Armed Cradle 1:17 5 Lacrosse Stick Skills: Your Stick 1:27 6 Lacrosse Tricks: Stick Tricks 0:41 7 Lacrosse Tips: Basic Passing Technique Free 1:28 8 Lacrosse Tips: Passing on the Run Free 0:00 9 Lacrosse Tips: Switch Hands on Ground Balls 0:56 10 Lacrosse Moves: The Roll Dodge 1:31 11 Lacrosse Moves: The Split Dodge 1:53 12 Lacrosse Moves: Split Dodge for Midfielders 0:56 13 Lacrosse Moves: Split Roll Dodge 1:20 14 Lacrosse Moves: The Face Dodge 1:18 15 Lacrosse Moves: Face Dodge on Goal Line 1:16 16 Lacrosse Moves: The Question Mark Move 0:00 17 Lacrosse Moves: The Rocker Dodge Part 1 0:00 18 Lacrosse Shooting: Basics of the Lacrosse Shot 0:00 19 Lacrosse Shooting: Become an Accurate Shooter 0:00 20 Lacrosse Shooting: Shooting on the Run 0:00 21 Lacrosse Defense: The Basic Hold Check 0:00 22 Lacrosse Defense: The Poke Check 0:00 23 Lacrosse Defense: The Slap Check 0:00 24 Lacrosse Drills: Overhand Shooting Drill 0:00 25 Lacrosse Drills: Shoot on the Run Drill 0:00Matt Ward, a three-time All-American at the University of Virginia, was Major League Lacrosse's Rookie of the Year with the Baltimore (now Washington) Bayhawks in 2006. At Virginia, Ward led the Cavaliers to the 2003 and 2006 NCAA men's lacrosse championships. As a senior, he won the Tewaaraton Trophy, an award given to the top American college lacrosse player. During high school, Ward played at national powerhouse Landon School in suburban Washington, D.C. Ward led the Landon Bears to two straight national championships (the No. 1 rankings in the country by Inside Lacrosse and LaxPower) in 2001 and 2002, and was named Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year in both years, making him the first player to accomplish the feat.

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