What is a Slide in Lacrosse? – Definition & Examples – Lacrosse Pack
Lacrosse coaches frequently use the term ‘slide‘ when talking defensive strategy. It is difficult for novice lacrosse players to grasp defensive concepts if they do not know the meaning of this one single word. For this reason, I created this article to clear the air and teach you all the essentials about defensive sliding.
The lacrosse term ‘slide‘ refers to the physical shift of a defensive player to provide support to a teammate that has been beat. For this to happen, the player must leave their initial defensive assignment behind to stop the immediate threat of the uncontested man with the ball.
Although this defensive rotation seems simple on paper, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes to ensure that everything runs smoothly. All of these peculiar facets of the defensive slide are addressed later in the article. Keep reading to learn about the importance of the slide to defensive strategy and the reasoning behind this basic lacrosse concept.
The Meaning of Slide in Lacrosse
To put it in simple terms, the lacrosse slide is synonymous with a ‘defensive shift.’ It is the second line of defense that prevents the ball carrier from having an uncontested path to the goal.
There are a few different classifications of defensive slides in the lacrosse world. These slides are outlined in the list below.
- 1 Slide / Hot Slide – The primary shift of a defensive player onto the ball carrier to prevent them from having a free shot at the goal. The defensive player must leave their initial assignment behind to stop the ball carrier.
- 2 Slide – The secondary shift of a defensive player onto the man left behind by the primary shift.
- 3 Slide – The tertiary shift of a defensive player onto the man left by the secondary shift. This tertiary shift leaves the player farthest away from the play open since they are the least likely to make a play on the ball.
The descriptions listed above are the technical definitions of the different types of slides. Often times, lacrosse coaches simply refer to the hot slide as simply ‘the slide’ when addressing the team. They also refer to the 2 slide and the 3 slide as ‘2’ and ‘3’ because it is easier to communicate to players on the field.
So if your coach is explaining something about sliding, they are most likely talking about the initial slide to the ball. It is standard for lacrosse coaches to use the phrase ‘slide packages‘ to describe the series of slides that take place when an offensive player dodges. The details on the types of slides involved with these so called ‘slide packages’ is discussed in the latter portion of the article.
The Reasoning Behind Defensive Sliding
Offensive players regularly beat defenders in one-on-one matchups, but they do not score a goal every single time they beat their defender. The central reason for this is the slide.
Defensive schemes prepare for this exact situation each and every time an offensive player touches the ball. Once an offensive player dodges past their initial defender, another defender should always be prepared to take his place (in theory). The action of this secondary defender stopping the ball and providing support to the primary defender that has been beat is called a slide.
In the absence of a proper slide, the man with the ball would have a free path to the goal. A free path to the goal results in a one-on-one situation with the goalie. These types of situations put a lot of pressure on the goalie and almost never work out in favor of the defense. If you are curious as to the most likely outcome of these situations, just take a look down below.
The defensive slide wards off the impending danger and buys time for the defense to recover. This additional time is extremely valuable. It allows the initial defender that was beat to get back into the action and find a man to guard.
Essentially, the point of the slide is pressure the man with the ball just enough to allow the defense to get back to full strength.
So when your lacrosse coach uses the term ‘slide’ while addressing the team, just mentally think to yourself ‘defensive shift’ for simplification purposes. This will make learning defensive lacrosse concepts much easier to learn down the road.
Importance of Sliding to Defensive Strategy
All man to man defensive strategies are founded on the concept of the slide. I will even go as far to say that it the backbone of man to man defense.
The primary slide is what initiates the rotation of the entire defense. Once the primary slide goes, there is a cascade of other defensive slides that occur. Most notably, the 2 slide and the 3 slide that we defined earlier.
Theoretically, this series of defensive shifts results in all of the nearby offensive threats being covered. If the defensive rotations is performed properly, the only offensive player that should be open is the one that is farthest from the play.
Thus, the entire defensive rotation hinges on the primary slide. For this reason, the timing of the primary slide must be precisely calculated. If the slide is too late, the opposing ball carrier will have a free shot at the goal. If the slide is too early, the ball carrier can simply pass the ball to the open man that the defensive player just slid from.
Certain lacrosse teams elect to slide early or slide late on purpose to exploit the weaknesses of opposing offenses.
The Implications of Deliberately Sliding Early
For instance, defenses may resolve to slide early on the most dangerous offensive threat every time they dodge. If they know that the dodger is likely to get by the initial defender, it is more favorable for the defense to slide early than late.
This way, the defense can double team their most skilled player, pressure him to give up the ball, and force another offensive opponent to make a play. Many lacrosse coaches like to implement this defensive strategy because it takes the ball out of the best player’s hands.
The Implications of Deliberately Sliding Late
On the other end of the spectrum, certain defenses may choose to slide late if on ball defense is one of their strong suits. On ball defenders may bait ineffectual players into dodging towards certain parts of the field. Once these offensive players reach the point of no return, a late slide could come and force a turnover. This is especially useful on players that do not have the best stick protection in the world.
These are just a few examples of how sliding can influence how a team molds their defensive strategy. It provides defenses with a plethora of options as to how to optimize their defensive tactics for their upcoming opponent.
Examples of Different Types of Defensive Slide Packages
As aforementioned, the different types of defensive sliding techniques are frequently referred to as “slide packages” by lacrosse coaches. The assortment of slides associated with these slide packages are essential to how defenses operate. The most prominent of these slide packages are explained in detail in the subsequent paragraphs.
The crease slide is the standard slide package to use when the offense sets up a man on the crease and dodges from above the goal.
The crease man is in the most opportune place to slide in this kind of offensive situation. When an offensive player dodges past their defender, their overarching mission is to score. To maximize their scoring chances, they sprint toward the goal. The crease defender only needs to take a few steps before obstructing their path completely.
The purpose of the crease slide is to make the ball carrier do one of three things: shoot a contested shot, force a tough pass to the crease, or back out and reset. All of these options work in favor of the defense.
When sliding from the crease, it is extremely important that the slide man is replaced with another defenseman. Otherwise, the offensive player on the crease will be left wide open. If the offensive player on the crease gets the ball uncontested, they will be an even worse threat than the initial ball carrier.
Proper communication is key prior to the initial dodge. Not only does the primary slide need to be prepared, but the 2 slide should be prepared as well.
The adjacent slide is the standard slide package to use when the offense does not have a man on the crease and dodges from above the goal.
In this type of structure, no defensive player is able to slide from the crease because there is no one stationed there. For this reason, sliding from the crease is not an option when the opposing offensive dodges to the goal.
The defensive player in the most favorable position to provide defensive support is the player that lies adjacent to the ball, hence the term “adjacent” sliding.
You may be thinking to yourself, “Well aren’t there technically two adjacent defenders anytime an offensive player has the ball?”
It is a good question because there are two defenders that lie adjacent to the ball. Typically, the adjacent defender that is positioned closer to the goal is the one that slides in this type of slide package. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. Adequate communication is crucial to ensure there is no potential confusion as to which defender should slide.
Dodges from behind the goal are a bit trickier than dodges from up top. For this reason, there is a specialized slide package designed specifically for dodges in this area of the field.
The coma slide is the go to slide package for dodges originating from behind the goal.
As far as the origins for the actual name of the ‘coma’ slide, there are multiple explanations. In my personal opinion, the best explanation that I have heard is that coma is a short abbreviation for COMe Across. Other lacrosse enthusiasts have jokingly referenced that the coma slide is so called because it leaves the offensive player in a coma.
Whichever explanation you choose, there is no denying that the coma slide is an effective means to stall dodges from behind the goal. In this type of slide package, the player in the most opportune location to slide is positioned on the opposite side of the goal from where the offensive player dodges to.
When an offensive attacker dodges from behind, it is common for a teammate to mirror the ball carrier on the opposite side of the goal. The defenseman guarding this player is usually the one that slides.
I provided a textbook example of how a coma slide should be executed below:
Which Player Is Supposed to Slide?
It may be tempting to designate one player exclusively to be the slide man in a defensive setup. Although this may seem like a good plan on paper, it may not be the most effective means of dealing with attacking dodgers.
It is far more beneficial for defenses to constantly adapt who the slide man as the ball moves and the offensive setup changes. Offenses are always trying to mask their schemes and confuse defenses with movement. Their intention is to leave the defense in as precarious of a situation as possible when the dodge does finally come.
Rather than designating a slide man, it is better to communicate with the defense and change the slide man to fit the circumstances. This is why defensive coaches invented the term ‘hot’ to keep the defense on the same page.
At the core of it, the lacrosse term ‘hot’ refers to which player is in the most advantageous position to slide if the offensive player dodges past their initial defender. Check out my article What Does Hot Mean in Lacrosse if you want to read more into the fundamental defensive meaning behind the term ‘hot.’
This communication always deems the defensive player in the most prime location to provide defensive support as the slide man. This shortens the slide and ultimately results in better team defensive recovery.
So in summary, any defensive lacrosse player could potentially be the slide man! If they are in the best spot to provide help, they should be the ones sliding.
Do Defenses Always Have to Slide?
Defenses do not have to slide every time there is a dodge. In fact, they shouldn’t.
If the defense slid every time the offense dodged, there would be a lot of unnecessary rotation on the part of the defense. Any time the defense has to bustle around and switch assignments increases the likelihood of a defensive breakdown. All of this complex rotation and movement opens up cracks in the defense. This creates opportunities for the offense to find open players and attack vulnerable spots on the field.
This is the underlying reason why sliding should be used as a last resort only. The defense should remain with their assignments if the on ball defender doing his job.
Some of the most high caliber defenses rarely ever slide. You know why? They have no reason to. The on ball defense of these teams is so suffocating that offensive players have a futile time dodging past defenders and drawing additional help.
Offenses feed off of defensive movement because it creates time and room for their players to operate. Without time and room, virtually every offense will have a tough time putting the ball in the net.
How To Tell When a Slide Is Necessary
Sometimes, identifying whether the initial defender is beat is not so easy. It may look like the initial defender is in control of the situation, when in actuality the dodger is manipulating the situation to delay the slide and maintain the one-on-one situation.
Making the decision of whether to slide or not ultimately comes down to past experience and lacrosse IQ. If the offensive player has a clear step on a defender and is barreling toward the goal looking to score, this is an obvious situation that demands a slide.
On the other hand, if the defender seems to be putting good pressure on the dodger, but they are starting to creep closer and closer to the goal, sliding may or may not be necessary.
In these types of circumstances, the player that is designated as the ‘hot’ man must communicate with the goalie and the nearby defensemen to make a decision.
Many defenses label a specific area around their goal as the ‘danger zone’ to limit this confusion. If a dodger breaches this so called ‘danger zone,’ it warrants a slide regardless of whether the dodger looks closely guarded or not.
Keeping everyone on the same page is imperative to defensive success. This is why so many lacrosse teams implement this strategy. You cannot have the primary slide commit to the ball carrier without a 2 or a 3 slide to back them up. The defense needs to move as if they were on a string. When the primary slide commits, everyone has to commit or there will be consequences to pay.
Coma Slide – LAXPlaybook
A Coma Slide is primarily used when offense attacks the goal with a drive from X.
Let’s say the ball is behind the goal at X.
The attackmen at X will drive it up one side or the other.
The on-ball defender’s responsiblilty is to not get beat top side. This means the defender needs to position his feet and body to force the ball carrier to roll back towards the endline and behind the goal, preferably before the ball gets above Goal Line Extended (GLE).
Good attackmen get used to this and will drive into the defender in an attempt to get above GLE and to a place where they can be a threat to score. The most desirable place for the driver is to get to the spot 5 steps to the side of the goal and 5 steps above GLE, which is called the Island, where they have the full options of shooting or driving to shoot.
If the defenseman is doing a good job of staying topside, the ball carrier will not be able to run around or roll around outside over the top of the defender to make a move to the center of the field for a shot. Instead, the ball carrier will be forced to roll under using what’s called an inside roll to make that move to the center for a shooting chance.
Within a Coma Slide package, while this is happening the crease defender needs to lock down his man. This will prevent an easy dump pass in front of the crease. The d-middies up top need to have their heads on a swivel and be sluffed towards GLE ever-so-slightly, ready for the 2nd (backup) slide.
Then there is the issue of the two other defenders — depending on which direction the offense is driving from X, the defender who is guarding the attack on the wing in the direction of which the X Attack is driving needs to lock off his man (this prevents a dump pass and a reset of the offense). The pole on the other wing needs to start to gradually sluff in towards the crease, to the point where when the driving attacker is turned and starts his inside roll the remaining defenseman can slide across the crease. This slide is the Coma Slide, for “COMe Across the crease”.
When the slide goes, just as a safeguard the middies up top need to sluff in and split the attack on the wing and their o-mids up top.
Below is a diagram of the Coma Slide out of 3 different sets.
The Art Of The Slide
Playing the position of defense in lacrosse is based on technique and foot positioning. Defense, particularly in lacrosse, involves adjusting and reacting to the offensive player’s move. The man with the ball always knows his next move. It’s up to the defenseman to catch on to it. If you catch on too late, then you may cost your team a goal. However, a seasoned defenseman can direct his opponent to an area of his choosing and get help from his teammates.
At X, or the area behind the goal, this is can be explained using a three step process. We’ve included pictures of Johns Hopkins defenseman Jack Riley demonstrating this three step process to perfection against a Georgetown attack at the Play for Parkinson’s Fall Ball scrimmage.
Step 1: Trail your attackman from X as you’re one step behind him. Stay one step behind him with your stick fully extended. This will create a funnel, which gives you control because you are directing him where to go.
Step 2: Without overstepping your attackman, get topside of him. This is critical. If your attackman gets topside at Goal Line Extended (GLE), then potential slides from the crease are foiled. Remember, you want to be in control and force him to help.
Step 3: Force him under. By now, you’ve forced him to roll back. As he rolls back, he’s going to think he has an open lane towards the goal. He’s mistaken. As he approaches the goal your slide is awaiting him on the crease. This slide is often called the COMA slide, or come across the crease slide.
This is perfect team defense. The goalie should be pointing out where the ball is at all times, while also yelling who is about to slide. As a defenseman, it’s difficult to know where your man is dodging. That is exactly why you need to approach your man as if you’re directing traffic. Create an illusion for him. Make him go one way. Once you’ve positioned your body and force him to go one way, you’ve made it easier for your teammates to know who’s sliding and where they will rotate.
Lacrosse Slides: A Complete Beginner Guide
If you play lacrosse in defense, then you need to understand lacrosse slides. It is a key defense technique that will allow you to shut down attackers when they have got the better of you. It is a simple concept to understand but can be a little tricky to execute.
On this page, I want to talk to you about everything that you need to know about lacrosse slides. The information here should be enough to arm you with the knowledge that you need to go out there and practice them.
What are lacrosse slides?
There are a lot of articles online about defensive slides in lacrosse. My problem? The bulk of them are not all that brilliant. This is because they try to make defensive slides seem way more complicated than they actually are. I feel this can be somewhat off-putting for newer lacrosse players.
Now, I am not saying that mastering lacrosse slides is easy. It isn’t. Not by a long shot. However, understanding what they are is simple to do.
When you play lacrosse in defense, you will often have an assigned attacker that you need to mark. Things are a little bit different with box lacrosse, so I am going to be focusing purely on field lacrosse here. For the most part, you should never take your eyes off of your assigned attacker. If you keep them marked, then the risk of them gaining possession of the ball or scoring a goal.
On occasion, a defending player will be ‘beaten’ by the attacker. This means that the attacker will have blitzed past the defender and if they are not shut down quickly, they will have a clear shot on the goal. This needs to be stopped.
Now, we can’t prevent the defender being beat. What we can do, however, is to prevent the attacker from getting anywhere near that goal. This is where you will need to execute the slide. I think the best way to see a slide is as a rotation of the players being marked by defenders. This is a ‘step-by-step’ guide to what happens when a slide is executed in lacrosse:
- A defending player is beaten by an attacker
- The next closest defending player to the attacker ditches their mark
- They start to cover the attacker that beat the defender
- The beaten defender starts to cover the defender furthest away from the goal
- The defender marking the position furthest away from the goal now ‘slides’ one position up i.e. they will now be marking the player that was originally ‘ditched’ by the original sliding defender.
I hope this helped you to visualize the process a little bit more. If it is still tricky to visualize, you can imagine three attackers standing in a row. A defender will be standing next to each of them. When the slide happens, the attackers will stay in the same position, but the defenders will each move up by one position, with the person at the front now moving to the back.
The example gave in the step-by-step assumes that the attacking player is the lead attacker, but, in theory, the slide can be executed no matter where the attacker is standing, assuming they have beaten their marker. The same rotation of defenders will happen
How do you practice slides in lacrosse?
Sliding is all about the defense working together. This means that you cannot practice slides on your own. Three attackers and three defenders will be needed.
While there are plenty of different ‘drills’ that you can use to practice slides, I feel the best technique is to simply simulate attacks. This works well for a few reasons.
Firstly; the defenders are going to be dealing with real players. Most drills work with cones and the like. This can make practicing sliding difficult, because it doesn’t really simulate what is going to be happening on the lacrosse field. You are just running around. When players are moving about the lacrosse field, the defending players can work on their positioning and learn how to prevent a slide happening in the first place. They will also learn how their teammates work and when the slide will need to be triggered.
During the practice, the attackers can also work on building up their ability to trigger slides and, ultimately, beat them. This is going to be vital information for when the competitive games roll around.
This means that both your attackers and defenders are going to be practicing vital lacrosse tactics. It is going to take a huge amount of practice to nail slides, so a good chunk of lacrosse practice should be dedicated to slides.
How can defending players prevent sliding in lacrosse?
Now, in an ideal world, defensive players would never need to slide. If you are playing on defense and you find that your team is sliding a lot, it means that the attack is overwhelming you somehow. In many cases, there isn’t anything you can do about it. Sometimes you will play against attackers that will have the edge on you. That is the nature of the game.
If the defense finds that it has to slide in the majority of games, then there may be an issue with the way in which the defense works. It could be a positioning issue, or it could be a speed issue. Your defense will need to work with the coach to establish the problem and rectify it. The issue will need to be dealt with quickly because sliding is a ‘last resort’ defensive technique. It isn’t a technique you will have to rely on. Goals will be scored against you if the defense constantly need to slide.
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How do you know when to slide in lacrosse?
To be honest, executing a slide isn’t that difficult. Once you know what you are doing, it is pretty easy for defenders to change who they are marking. The difficulty with sliding in lacrosse is knowing when it should be executed in the first place.
I do want to point out that at the professional level of the game, the defensive lines should be so in tune with one another that nobody will have to tell the others when to slide. They will all instantly do it. In an amateur environment, I suggest that you have a word that you can shout when triggering the slide. This will allow everybody to react without delay. The word can be anything, so don’t dwell on that part too much.
Sliding is something that should only ever happen if the following happens:
- There is a goal scoring opportunity
- Sliding will not cause another goal scoring opportunity
So, for example, if the player is on track to score a goal if not intercepted (i.e. if the beaten defending player cannot recover), then a slide needs to take place. However, the slide should only occur if the person being left unmarked for a brief period wouldn’t have a goalscoring opportunity when left unmarked. The whole idea of sliding is to shut down goalscoring opportunities, not create new ones.
I find the best way to determine whether a slide should take place is by considering the fact that there are some zones of the field that will be more dangerous to have an unmarked attacker in than others. I suggest defenders at the amateur level consider this the most dangerous area:
- 10-15 yards from the goal line
- In a circle of around 12-feet in diameter from this point.
If any unmarked attacker crosses into this ‘danger zone’, then a slide needs to happen.
Once you have nailed these defensive slides, you can move onto more advanced concepts. However, they will be more situational than something that can be described in words. As your team practices slides with attacking players, you will learn exactly when the right time to slide is. You will start to know the capabilities of your defensive line and whether they can recover in certain situations.
How can you force slides as an attacker in lacrosse?
As an attacker, you want to be forcing the defense to slide as much as possible. The more they are sliding, the more space they are going to be leaving open. For a short while, particularly if the defending team is awful at communication, there will be open attackers left on the field. If you can force the defenders to slide, then you may have more scoring opportunities available to you.
Positioning and speed will be the key to triggering slides. Remember; in most cases, particularly at the amateur level of the game, just having the edge on the defender is all it takes to trigger that slide. Even a couple of feet out of reach of the defender should be enough, so attackers should be constantly looking at where they are positioned to ensure that they are out of the reach of their marker.
I know that lacrosse slides can be difficult to understand. This is a concept that is particularly difficult to put into words, because it is one of those things that you really need to experience in order to understand how and why they work. Therefore, I suggest you get out there on the field and start practicing those defensive slides. If your team can nail them, then the number of goals your team concedes will shoot down.
Adjacent Offense – Lacrosse Tips
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While playing team offense, we are looking to create advantages through dodging, off-ball movement and with ball movement. Creating number advantages generally starts by beating a defender 1-on-1.
When you are standing next to a ball carrier, you’re considered adjacent. There are a number of things we can do to create offensive opportunities when we are standing adjacent to a ball carrier / dodger.
If a dodger is running at an adjacent teammate, they will most likely be covered by an opponent’s defender. The first option we want to be ready for is to clear through towards the crease. If the off-ball defender goes with the adjacent clear-through, it will create space for the dodger and make him / her more of a threat. The crease is the most threatening area of the field to score, so getting there creates a potential offensive opportunity as well.
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Using a two-man game to create space for the dodger and confusion for the defense is another option for an adjacent offensive player. Click here to review the important points of playing the two-man game.
When a team is sliding to the ball carrier adjacently and not from the crease, we want to drift into shooting space. It is important to keep distance from the ball carrier so the defense cannot slide to the ball and recover to the adjacent drift player. Click on the video above to see some adjacent drift goals.
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Slide continues for Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse in program’s first loss to Michigan, 13-10
While Sunday might be viewed by the Michigan men’s lacrosse program as a watershed moment, Johns Hopkins might need a cold shower to revive its flailing postseason hopes.
The host Blue Jays, winners of nine NCAA Division I championships, were outscored 10-5 over the final 42 minutes and lost, 13-10, to the Wolverines for the first time in eight meetings before an announced 215 at Homewood Field in Baltimore.
Michigan improved to 2-5 overall and in the Big Ten, collected only its second road victory against a league opponent in 16 attempts and upped its conference record to 5-27 since varsity lacrosse was sponsored by the Big Ten in 2015. So coach Kevin Conry could hardly be blamed for his exuberance stemming from the team’s performance.
“Anytime you beat Johns Hopkins University, it’s impressive,” said Conry, a 2004 Hopkins graduate who said he paid tribute to a statue of Blue Jays lacrosse patriarch Bob Scott before the game and intended to return to the statue later. “I think the history and tradition here is well known. We’re 10 years old as a varsity program. We’re still building, we’re still growing, but when you get a win over Johns Hopkins, you feel pretty good about it, and it’s special.”
On the flip side, coach Peter Milliman tried his best to find slivers of optimism as the Blue Jays (2-5 overall and in Big Ten) continued a three-game slide.
“I think we’re still fighting to have a winning mentality,” he said. “I think we’re doing enough things in games to keep us competitive, but I think all in all, it’s not as well-rounded as it needs to be. We’re really fighting ourselves on the offensive end of the field. For us to turn around and end up winning faceoffs and find enough ground balls was a plus, but it’s disappointing we didn’t turn that into enough opportunities to score.”
The outlook wasn’t as dire early in the game when Johns Hopkins took leads of two goals on three separate occasions with the last occurring with 12:21 left in the second quarter after freshman midfielder Brendan Grimes (Boys’ Latin) took a pass from junior midfielder Garrett Degnon and rifled home a shot from the right point for an extra-man tally and a 5-3 lead.
But the Wolverines responded by scoring six unanswered goals over a span of 16:37 — a run capped by sophomore attackman Josh Zawada that gave his team a 9-5 advantage with 9:23 left in the third quarter.
Despite a scoreless drought of 18:49, the Blue Jays battled back, trimming the deficit to a single goal after sophomore midfielder Jacob Angelus began a dodge from the right wing, swam past sophomore short-stick defensive midfielder Michael Cosgrove and curled back towards the middle to lace a shot over the right shoulder of junior goalkeeper John Kiracofe to make the score 11-10 with 4:42 remaining in the game.
But Michigan regained some breathing room thanks to a long-distance goal from freshman midfielder Grant McCurry with 3:44 left and then shut the door when Zawada split two defenders and scored into a net vacated by backup and senior goalkeeper Ryan Darby as Johns Hopkins tried to create a turnover with 25.3 seconds remaining.
Zawada and sophomore midfielder Jake Bonomi each scored three goals for the Wolverines, who benefited from a superb effort by Kiracofe. He finished just one save shy of his career high of 17, and there was no sequence that better highlighted his outing than back-to-back-to-back stops against senior attackman Connor DeSimone, junior midfielder Joey Epstein and senior midfielder Brett Baskin in a nine-second stretch in the third quarter.
“We really executed,” Kiracofe said, downplaying any personal accolades. “A huge thing for us is we just listened to our coaches because they know what’s best for us. So I think we did a really good job translating it from practice. ”
Conry was not as bashful singing his goalkeeper’s praises.
“John has really come on the last few weeks when we needed him to,” he said. “I think early on, we had a really young defense, and we were kind of hanging them out to dry, and we kind of got a little rattled. He’s been really focusing on his patience and his poise, and he has been coming through. On that series right there, that’s kind of something we just expect from John. We see that in practice on a daily basis at times.”
DeSimone paced the Blue Jays with four goals and two assists, Angelus had two goals and one assist and Epstein finished with three assists while coming off the sideline as a midfielder. The 2019 Big Ten Freshman of the Year, who entered the game leading the offense in goals with 15, did not start at attack for the first time this season and was replaced by senior Luke Shilling (one goal and one assist). Milliman said he desires more consistency from Epstein.
“He just needs to play a little better,” Milliman said. “I don’t think he’s been very consistent lately, and I don’t think he’s been helping us enough. I think he’s a very good player who — when he’s playing well — is great. When he’s not, it’s really tough to struggle with him.
“I believe in him, and I think he’s going to get better, and today, I thought we had a great response from him. Not starting him gave him an opportunity to come out of the box a couple times and gave him an opportunity to watch the game and kind of see things develop and then get in there and value those possessions a little bit better. When we put Luke Shilling in, he had a couple points early and he seemed to be filling that role well.”
At 2-5 in the Big Ten, Johns Hopkins is tied with Michigan and Penn State in the race to host the second of two conference tournament quarterfinals May 1. Capturing the tournament championship might be the only way to get into the postseason for the program, which is in danger of missing two consecutive NCAA tournaments for the first time in school history.
But that was the least of Milliman’s concerns when asked how Sunday’s setback colored the big picture.
“It’s a loss in-conference,” he said. “It’s probably going to push us down in the standings and make it harder for playoff time. But I care more about playing better on the field than I do about where we stand in the conference right now.”
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Penn women’s lacrosse’s mindset remains the same despite several rule changes
Team excels in the face of major rule changes entering 2018 season
By Sam Mitchell
Junior defenseman Katy Junior thinks the new rule changes will help the Quakers on both sides of the ball.
Credit: Son Nguyen
Things are speeding up at Franklin Field. For women’s lacrosse, that’s just how they like it.
This season, the NCAA is instituting a few new, important rule changes that look to increase the pace of the game and improve player safety. Although there’s always a learning curve that comes along with any changes, the reviews are mostly positive from the Quakers.
“I think that in some ways that we’re pretty proficient on the attack, we have a lot of opportunities for a lot of kids to score,” coach Karin Corbett said. “I think that defensively we have a strong defense so I think having that shorter amount of time on stances is helpful for a good defense. So, I feel that it’s fine on either end for us. I think that the transition part of it can get tiring for our middies, and that’s a challenge.”
The key rule changes relating to game speed have been instituted gradually. Last season, it was the institution of a 90-second shot clock. This season, the NCAA has approved free movement for players after the whistle.
Previously, players had to stop whenever a whistle was blown for a foul call, creating an awkward and difficult situation for players that impeded the natural flow of the game. According to the NCAA, “Under the new rule, players can keep moving after a foul or violation while the player possessing the ball restarts play.”
“There’s not as much stalling, you can’t take as much time off the clock, so you want to limit their opportunity bringing the ball up, trying to take as much time off the clock as you can,” Corbett said.
Outside of a two-meter non-engagement area, players are free to move around after the play, potentially setting up better opportunities for the offense and creating more possessions per game. Along with the shot clock, this puts a greater strain on defenses and allows the offense more opportunities to score. According to sophomore attackman Gabby Rosenzweig, this stands to benefit Penn.
“I personally like to play at a faster speed, and I think that we’re really good when we push the ball,” Rosenzweig said. “I think we’re able to score more fast break goals then we normally would be able to, it’s just definitely made the game a lot faster. I think it’s more fun to watch and to be a part of.”
However, this rule doesn’t strike fear into the hearts of Penn’s defensive players. In fact, they’re enjoying it as well.
“I like it all, it keeps the game a lot more fast paced and I think defensively you have to be locked in and focused for every moment of the game. You can’t really have a mental lapse, you can’t really beat yourself up on a play because that could result in a goal if you’re not ready enough. I think it’s fun, it keeps the game quicker and more what it should be,” junior defenseman Katy Junior said. “I think it works better for the defenders than it does for the attackers.”
Due to the way that Penn’s defense plays, they may stand to gain even more from this new, faster style of lacrosse.
“As a defensive unit we have a very athletic and very focused group,” Junior said. “I think it’s actually been good for us.”
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Another important rule change this season is that during eight-meter free possessions, players will not be permitted in the box. According to the NCAA, “The Women’s Lacrosse Rules Committee believes the change will alleviate the concerns of shooting space and dangerous slides from low to high during 8-meter free positions.”
“It’s much better, I think a bunch of kids were jumping into shots on eight-meters, and so I think that’s been really helpful to minimize the risk of injury,” Corbett said. “That’s been a good change.”
No matter what, the Quakers are ready for the challenge of adapting to these new rules. And, given the team’s skillset and affinity for fast play, they may give Penn an extra edge this season.
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90,000 My Buick LaCrosse is slipping, what should I do?
Your car’s engine is complex, it is not always easy to understand all the signs it sends us.On the other hand, it is imperative to try to remain vigilant at the slightest sign of weakness in your vehicle to reduce the risk of serious complications. If you have the feeling that the on your Buick LaCrosse clutch is slipping , you’re right to start the inspection. This is a problem that needs to be taken into account as soon as possible, otherwise you may end up with an unusable vehicle. To help you with your approach, our team decided to prepare this guide, which should allow you to see more clearly and make the right choices, so as not to aggravate the problem and make sure that this is indeed the problem you are a victim of.To accomplish this, we’ll first take a look at what a slipping clutch on a Buick LaCrosse is and how to make sure that’s exactly what is happening to you, then what steps can be taken to fix the problem.
What is slip clutch on Buick LaCrosse and how is it determined?
Buick LaCrosse Sliding Clutch
Your Buick LaCrosse clutch is the part that allows your vehicle to change gears. It is located between the gearbox and the engine.This is the part that contacts the engine-side flywheel and receives the power transmitted by the clutch. When worn, your Buick LaCrosse clutch slips because it is made up of grooves that mesh with the flywheel. , and with wear and friction it wears out. The clutch is said to slip when its teeth are too engaged to snag on the flywheel.
How to determine clutch slip on a Buick LaCrosse?
There are several ways you can tell if your Buick LaCrosse’s clutch is slipping.You can perform all of these examinations yourself.
You may just find that your clutch is slipping when you accelerate and your engine revs up, but your car is not accelerating, and you can smell burning as well.
To confirm the first observation, you can stop, apply the parking brake, engage first gear, moderately accelerate, slightly releasing the clutch of your car, if it turns out that your engine is picking up speed, but the Buick LaCrosse remains stationary, this is an indication of an inoperative clutch.
Finally, you can still engage in third gear with the handbrake engaged, and when you release it, your car should stall, otherwise your clutch will almost certainly disengage.
What should I do if my Buick LaCrosse has a slipping clutch?
Some Tips to Avoid Clutch Wear Buick LaCrosse
Right now, we’re going to give you some tips to limit clutch wear and prevent clutch slippage on your Buick LaCrosse.First of all, it is good not to leave your foot on the clutch pedal, even if the pressure you apply is very weak, you will first wear the clutch release bearing, which will eventually lead to a complete replacement of the clutch kit. Another point not to be missed: do not exceed acceleration when starting the car, your acceleration must always be adapted to the speed of your engine’s engine. If you are stopped, accelerate slowly; if you are at medium speed, accelerate gradually as you release the clutch pedal of the car so that it does not slip on the engine flywheel.
Buick LaCrosse Clutch Replacement
Finally, in this last part, we will talk about the repair part. In case the clutch of your Buick LaCrosse is useless, you may possibly be stuck at a standstill and have no other option than to call the tow truck, because a dead clutch no longer allows the transmission to transmit power to the wheels. If this is the case, bear in mind that you will have to change the complete clutch kit, this repair necessitates quite a few hours of work and is approximated to cost between ,500 and 1,200 € 90,130 engine and garage.
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|Pavel Petrovich Kirsanov was educated first at home, like his younger brother, and afterwards in the Corps of Pages.||Pavel Petrovich Kirsanov was brought up first at home, just like his younger brother Nikolai, then in the Corps of Pages.|
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