Man Up Plays | LaxLessons.com
A very strong man-up play run out of a 1-3-2 with two parts. Appears to the defense that the sets are changing, causing confusion, and open passing lanes for the offense.
A man-up must. Stoop combines picks, cuts and ball movement to create an easy goal for your lefty against a four-man rotation defense.
A great man-up play that starts in a 1-3-2, then turns into a 2-3-1. Defenses should brace themselves for picks, slips and cuts.
A basic man-up formation named after the 3-3 set. Move the ball as quickly and precisely as you can forcing the defense to be on-point or the consequence is a goal.
A strong man-up play run out of a 1-3-2, then transitioning into a wide 2-2-2 circle set. Plenty of ball and player movement mixed with picks and slips to get the shot you want.
This play is designed to spread the defense through player rotation/movement for a skip pass to X sneaking up the side of the vacated crease.
A smart man-up play that transitions sets and creates plenty of open looks. Great play to start out in and go to a basic 3-3 set if there are no looks.
A quick hit man-up play ran out of a circle set. Timing is everything with this play. If done correctly, you should have a layup.
Basic man-up play starting in a 1-3-2 flowing into a 3-3 midway through the play. The play is designed to disguise the set in which you will run your play out of the 3-3. Starting in a different set helps to confuse the defense.
Man-up play run out of a 1-3-2 set. Top players work with crease man in a triangle movement, with X-man playing a two-man game with one of the wings.
A 1-4-1 man-up play that has two crease players rolling off to open up room for a doorstep finish and a skip through for your big outside shooter.
A man-up play run out of a 1-4-1 set with double rolloffs creating looks for backside crease-and-skip through.
A man-up play every coach should have in his arsenal. When run against a four-man rotation defense, the result is as easy a goal you can score.
A fantastic man-up play run out of a low 3-3 set with players cutting as decoys creating space for picks and slips.
Patrick Fraser has played big role in man-up success for Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse
“I guess I understand where it comes from, but we’ve definitely been working hard to kind of add elements to my game that are beyond just being an extra-man specialist,” he said.
In the next breath, the junior midfielder acknowledged that his enthusiasm level increases when a penalty is called on the opponent and the man-up offense takes the field.
“I guess in a way, I do kind of take pride in that,” he said. “Whenever there’s a penalty, it gets the whole sideline going, and they’re yelling, ‘No. 7!’ [Fraser’s jersey number] and that kind of thing. So I like that. I get pretty happy when the flags start flying.”
With an extra-man goal in the No. 8 Blue Jays’ 19-9 dismantling of Michigan on Saturday at Homewood Field in Baltimore, Fraser tied former attackman Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) for the most career man-up goals in the past 15 years. His seven extra-man goals this season have tied him for second in Division I with six others.
Fraser, who started seven games as a member of the first midfield but has since slid down to the second line, carved out his role for offensive coordinator Bobby Benson when he scored 11 man-up goals as a freshman in 2015.
“I was really excited as a freshman to be able to find a role on the field,” he said. “There’s just been unbelievable players around me that take the attention off of me and throughout the years, we’ve been able to seamlessly transition guys in and out of our man-up. And the plays that Coach Benson makes up, they make it easy for me.”
Fraser has one of the hardest shots on the team from long-range distance, and that ability forces opposing defenses to pay attention to him.
“When you’ve got a guy on extra man that stretches you and you have to be concerned with, then it makes it more challenging,” coach Dave Pietramala said. “Most teams, when we play extra man, shut [off junior attackman] Shack [Stanwick]. Well, in a four-man rotation, it’s a little tougher to get around the perimeter with four guys, and that gets Patrick’s hands free. If you shut Patrick off, then we’re playing with four guys and Shack. So having a guy like that really stretches the defense. It opens up skip lanes and guys, and it forces the defense to account for him, which opens up things for other guys.”
|[15:00]||Faceoff Aj Kiernan vs Jake Naso won by HPU (on faceoff violation).|
|[14:14]||GOAL by HPU Kevin Rogers, Assist by Jack Vanoverbeke, goal number 38 for season.||6||10|
|[14:14]||Faceoff Aj Kiernan vs Jake Naso won by DU, [14:14] Ground ball pickup by DU Jake Naso.|
|[13:33]||Shot by DU Brennan O’Neill WIDE.|
|[13:28]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Parker Green.|
|[13:27]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[12:58]||Shot by HPU Kevin Rogers, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[12:55]||Penalty on DU Tyler Carpenter (OFFSIDE/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[12:33]||Turnover by HPU Tyler Stinson (caused by Mike Adler).|
|[12:29]||Ground ball pickup by DU Terry Lindsay.|
|[12:26]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[11:44]||6||11||GOAL by DU JP Basile, goal number 5 for season.|
|[11:44]||Faceoff Aj Kiernan vs Jake Naso won by DU, [11:44] Ground ball pickup by DU Jake Naso.|
|[11:35]||Shot by DU Jake Naso HIGH.|
|[11:32]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[11:19]||Turnover by HPU Grant Ammann (caused by Brennan O’Neill).|
|[11:10]||Ground ball pickup by DU Tyler Carpenter.|
|[11:09]||Shot by DU Michael Sowers HIT POST.|
|[10:38]||Shot by DU Reilly Walsh, SAVE Parker Green.|
|[09:36]||Shot by DU Brennan O’Neill, SAVE Parker Green.|
|[09:33]||Ground ball pickup by DU Reilly Walsh.|
|[09:33]||6||12||GOAL by DU Sean Lowrie, Assist by Reilly Walsh, goal number 11 for season.|
|[09:18]||Faceoff Davis Sampere vs Jake Naso won by DU, [09:18] Ground ball pickup by DU Jake Naso.|
|[09:15]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[09:13]||6||13||GOAL by DU Dyson Williams, Assist by Brian Smyth, goal number 21 for season.|
|[09:13]||Faceoff Davis Sampere vs Jake Naso won by HPU, [09:13] Ground ball pickup by HPU Davis Sampere.|
|[08:18]||Shot by HPU Kevin Rogers, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[08:00]||Shot by HPU Asher Nolting, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[07:57]||Ground ball pickup by DU Terry Lindsay.|
|[07:55]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[07:48]||Turnover by DU Jake Caputo (caused by Jack Peatross).|
|[07:44]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Jack Peatross.|
|[07:35]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[07:32]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Joel Scerbo.|
|[06:29]||Turnover by HPU Asher Nolting.|
|[06:26]||Ground ball pickup by DU JT Giles-Harris.|
|[06:23]||Clear attempt by DU failed.|
|[06:22]||Turnover by DU Terry Lindsay.|
|[06:20]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Trey Smith.|
|[06:11]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[05:41]||Shot by HPU Brayden Mayea, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[05:39]||Ground ball pickup by DU Terry Lindsay.|
|[05:35]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[04:34]||Turnover by DU Michael Sowers.|
|[04:27]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[03:57]||Shot by HPU Kevin Rogers, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[03:54]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[03:10]||Shot by DU Joe Robertson, SAVE Parker Green.|
|[03:02]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[02:28]||Shot by HPU Kevin Rogers, SAVE Mike Adler.|
|[02:24]||Clear attempt by DU failed.|
|[02:16]||Turnover by DU Tyler Carpenter.|
|[02:13]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Pj Peters.|
|[02:00]||Shot by HPU Asher Nolting HIGH.|
|[01:38]||GOAL by HPU Koby Russell, goal number 8 for season.||7||13|
|[01:38]||Faceoff Davis Sampere vs Jake Naso won by DU, [01:38] Ground ball pickup by DU Jake Naso.|
|[01:31]||Clear attempt by DU good.|
|[00:32]||Shot by DU Reilly Walsh, SAVE Parker Green.|
|[00:29]||Ground ball pickup by HPU Trey Smith.|
|[00:25]||Clear attempt by HPU good.|
|[00:17]||Penalty on DU Kevin Quigley (INTERFERENCE/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
Men’s Lacrosse Plays First-Ever America East Game, Falls To Binghamton
at Stony Brook
3/14/2021 | 3 PMNEWARK, N. J. —- In the first-ever conference game in program history, the NJIT men’s lacrosse team suffered an 11-5 defeat to the Binghamton Bearcats Saturday afternoon at Lubetkin Field at Mal Simon Stadium.
The contest was NJIT’s first conference game as a member of the America East Conference after playing 2020 as a Northeast Conference affiliate but not facing a league opponent (COVID-19) and playing as an independent for the program’s first five years.
Collin Fogerty (2 G) and Owen Corry (1 G, 1 A) paced NJIT (0-3) with a pair of points each. Gavyn Willson and Jack Bowie added to the Highlander scoring with a goal apiece while Max Wilson and Logan Hone each recorded assists. Corry also led the team with six ground balls and was one of four players with two caused turnovers (Fogerty, Luke Binder, Garrett Muscatella).
In net, Liam Brown played all 60 minutes and made 13 saves for his second double-digit save game of the season and fifth of his career.
NJIT’s excitement for the historic game propelled them to score the first goal of the game as Hone set up Bowie at the 11:20 mark of the first quarter for the Highlanders’ first score in America East competition. NJIT would add a second goal from Willson but go into the second down, 4-2.
Corry’s unassisted tally with 12:25 left in the second kept the Highlanders within two (5-3) but Binghamton (1-0) used a 3-1 run to take an 8-4 lead into halftime. Fogerty’s extra man goal at the 8:50 mark of the second was NJIT’s final score of the opening half.
Any nerves from both teams that led to 12 combined goals seemed to disappear in the third quarter as the second half opened with a scoreless 15 minutes.
Unfortunately, it was Binghamton that would restart the game’s scoring with three of the four goals in the fourth. Fogerty’s final score came off an assist from Wilson in the final minutes of the game.
- Fogerty’s man-up goal in the second quarter kept NJIT’s three-game streak of successful extra man opportunities alive. The Highlanders have converted at least one penalty chance in every game this season, maxing out at three last week against No. 16/17 Lehigh (3-4).
NJIT will play its first America East road game on Saturday, March 13 at Stony Brook. First faceoff is scheduled for 3 p.m.
|[15:00]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by JHU, [15:00] Ground ball pickup by JHU Jared Reinson.|
|[14:40]||Clear attempt by JHU failed.|
|[14:39]||Turnover by JHU Jared Reinson.|
|[14:36]||Ground ball pickup by UMD Jared Bernhardt.|
|[14:31]||Turnover by UMD Logan Wisnauskas.|
|[13:45]||Turnover by JHU Garrett Degnon.|
|[13:41]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[12:56]||Shot by UMD Jared Bernhardt HIGH.|
|[12:36]||Turnover by UMD Kyle Long.|
|[12:28]||Clear attempt by JHU good.|
|[11:57]||Shot by JHU Casey McDermott, SAVE Logan McNaney.|
|[11:39]||Shot by JHU Johnathan Peshko HIT POST.|
|[11:36]||Ground ball pickup by JHU Johnathan Peshko.|
|[11:18]||5||2||GOAL by JHU Connor DeSimone, goal number 19 for season.|
|[11:18]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by JHU, [11:18] Ground ball pickup by JHU Matt Narewski.|
|[10:39]||Shot by JHU Garrett Degnon HIT POST.|
|[10:37]||Ground ball pickup by JHU Jacob Angelus.|
|[10:12]||Turnover by JHU Jacob Angelus (caused by John Geppert).|
|[10:09]||Ground ball pickup by UMD John Geppert.|
|[10:07]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[10:02]||Turnover by UMD Logan Wisnauskas.|
|[09:57]||Clear attempt by JHU good.|
|[09:27]||5||3||GOAL by JHU Joey Epstein, Assist by Casey McDermott, goal number 18 for season.|
|[09:27]||Timeout by UMD.|
|[09:27]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by UMD, [09:27] Ground ball pickup by UMD Joshua Coffman.|
|[08:48]||GOAL by UMD Jared Bernhardt, goal number 42 for season.||6||3|
|[08:48]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Tyler Dunn won by JHU, [08:48] Ground ball pickup by JHU Tyler Dunn.|
|[08:42]||6||4||GOAL by JHU Tyler Dunn, goal number 2 for season.|
|[08:42]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Tyler Dunn won by UMD, [08:42] Ground ball pickup by UMD Luke Wierman.|
|[07:55]||Ground ball pickup by UMD Logan Wisnauskas.|
|[07:41]||Turnover by UMD Jared Bernhardt (caused by Jared Reinson).|
|[07:38]||Ground ball pickup by JHU Evan Zinn.|
|[07:36]||Clear attempt by JHU good.|
|[07:33]||Shot by JHU Cole Williams WIDE.|
|[07:23]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[06:56]||Shot by UMD Bubba Fairman WIDE.|
|[06:34]||Shot by UMD Logan Wisnauskas WIDE.|
|[06:20]||Shot by UMD Bubba Fairman, SAVE Tim Marcille.|
|[05:48]||GOAL by UMD Logan Wisnauskas, Assist by Kyle Long, goal number 25 for season.||7||4|
|[05:48]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Tyler Dunn won by UMD, [05:48] Ground ball pickup by UMD Luke Wierman.|
|[05:33]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[04:43]||Ground ball pickup by UMD Griffin Brown.|
|[04:34]||GOAL by UMD Griffin Brown, Assist by Eric Malever, goal number 7 for season.||8||4|
|[04:34]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Kyle Prouty won by UMD, [04:34] Ground ball pickup by UMD Luke Wierman.|
|[04:25]||Timeout by UMD.|
|[04:04]||Shot by UMD Bubba Fairman BLOCKED.|
|[04:00]||Ground ball pickup by UMD Kyle Long.|
|[03:45]||GOAL by UMD Anthony DeMaio, Assist by Logan Wisnauskas, goal number 17 for season.||9||4|
|[03:45]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by JHU, [03:45] Ground ball pickup by JHU Matt Narewski.|
|[03:05]||Shot by JHU Cole Williams, SAVE Logan McNaney.|
|[02:58]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[02:38]||Turnover by UMD Roman Puglise (caused by Beaudan Szuluk).|
|[01:49]||Turnover by JHU Jacob Angelus (caused by Brett Makar).|
|[01:45]||Ground ball pickup by UMD Brett Makar.|
|[01:43]||Clear attempt by UMD good.|
|[01:36]||Turnover by UMD Logan Wisnauskas (caused by Jared Reinson).|
|[01:34]||Ground ball pickup by JHU Jared Reinson.|
|[01:31]||Clear attempt by JHU good.|
|[01:02]||Shot by JHU Garrett Degnon BLOCKED.|
|[00:56]||Shot by JHU Connor DeSimone BLOCKED.|
|[00:57]||Ground ball pickup by JHU Cole Williams.|
|[00:57]||Timeout by JHU.|
|[00:39]||9||5||GOAL by JHU Garrett Degnon, goal number 14 for season.|
|[00:39]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by UMD, [00:39] Ground ball pickup by UMD Luke Wierman.|
|[00:26]||Clear attempt by UMD failed.|
|[00:14]||Turnover by UMD.|
|[00:02]||9||6||GOAL by JHU Jacob Angelus, Assist by Connor DeSimone, goal number 9 for season.|
|[00:02]||Faceoff Luke Wierman vs Matt Narewski won by JHU, [00:02] Ground ball pickup by JHU Matt Narewski.|
|[00:00]||Shot by JHU Matt Narewski WIDE.|
The Secret Behind Hampden-Sydney’s Man-Up Success
The Secret Behind Hampden-Sydney’s Man-Up Success
Wed Mar 20 2019 | Jonathan Sigal | College
PHOTO COURTESY OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY ATHLETICS
Senior attackman John Burke, Hampden-Sydney’s top scorer, is the son of the St. Christopher’s (Va.) coach who goes by the same name.
Through eight games, Hampden-Sydney has the highest man-up success rate in all of college lacrosse — not just in Division III, but at any level.
The Tigers (6-2) are operating at a 68.6-percent clip, which is better than Penn State (65.2) in Division I and defending NCAA champion Merrimack (50.0) in Division II.
So, what’s the secret? Hampden-Sydney coach Jason Rostan, a former ODAC Player of the Year, said it all starts with having two coaches’ sons on the man-up unit. There’s senior attackman and leading scorer John Burke, whose father, also named John, coaches at St. Christopher’s in Richmond, Va. There’s also junior attackman Jack Hayden, whose father, John, coaches at Apex High School in North Carolina.
“We’ve got two coaches on the field almost with those guys,” Rostan said. “They’ve grown up around the game and are really smart players.”
The hard work comes, though, with developing two or three new plays for each game. Rostan admits it, too: If he likes what he sees from another team, he’ll integrate it into the Tigers’ repertoire, sometimes even naming the play after their mascot. That has them 15 plays deep and counting, trying to catch teams off guard.
“Our plays aren’t motions or tweaks off our 3-3 or something like that,” Rostan said. “We really try to come up with some brand new stuff out of different formations and seals and flips and hidden-ball tricks. We’re always looking for something that we haven’t shown at all.”
But there was some worry heading into 2019 about what the man-up unit would look like, aside from Burke and Hayden. Hampden-Sydney has just 15 upperclassmen on its roster this year, as opposed to more than 40 underclassmen. Much of last year’s man-up group graduated after 2018, and Rostan worried the new faces meant he’d have to dial things back some.
Rather, it’s been quite the opposite — all without a playbook or too intricate of a play-calling system.
“We’ll take a half-hour in a practice with our six to eight man-up guys, hop on one end of the field, call out a play,” Rostan said. “We’ll rip through them. It seems like a lot, but the guys have gotten comfortable with it.”
In terms of his own man-up outlook, Rostan pointed to Ray Rostan, his father and former longtime Hampden-Sydney coach, and Denver coach Bill Tierney as inspirations.
Now the group’s biggest test yet of 2019 comes Saturday in an ODAC game against Washington and Lee. Hampden-Sydney has already lost to Christopher Newport and Cabrini, two other ranked teams, and knows the home game against A.J. Witherell and company will offer a barometer of sorts.
However it goes, the Tigers are bound to throw a few new man-up plays their opponent’s way.
“This will be a great one,” Rostan said. “We’ve got a lot of respect for W&L and a lot of people understandably see them as the top team in the league. We couldn’t be more excited to take a run at these guys.”Defense the backbone of surging Cabrini team
With 16.14 goals per game, Cabrini has one of the top offenses in Division III lacrosse. That comes as no surprise with Tyler Kostack, Jakob Klein and Jordan Krug all returning from 2018 and combining for 74 points through seven games.
But the backbone of this year’s Cavaliers team, one that just vaulted to No. 4 in this week’s Nike/US Lacrosse Top 20, might be its defense. That truth isn’t lost on coach Steve Colfer, who pointed to experience and familiarity as the drivers behind a group that’s allowing just 6.14 goals per game. That’s good for 11th nationally and the highest of any ranked team.
“As offenses have gotten more and more intricate over the years — there are a lot of smart guys in our business who can break down film and find holes — that continuity and on-the-fly communication, that ability to trust one another is really important,” Colfer said.
Cabrini goalie Riley White backstops the nation’s 11th ranked defense allowing just over six goals per game.
The group is junior- and senior-heavy, as led by Tommy DeLuca, an honorable mention USILA All-American last year. There’s also Nick Vass, who missed part of last year because of an injury, and long-stick midfielder Kyle Myers. At short-stick, leaders are Sean Wagner and Robert Cressman.
Coached by defensive coordinator Ron Garling, the unit has notably limited ranked foes Dickinson, Ithaca and Lynchburg to a combined 21 goals.
“We end every practice, every huddle, going into every game with saying, ‘On three, hard work, ’” Colfer said. “Then we talk about effort statistics, and those are ground balls and our riding percentage. It’s winning ground balls when they’re in our defensive box and not letting teams scrap a goal out of that situation.”
The most important piece, Colfer said, might be goalie Riley White, last year’s CSAC Defensive Player of the Year. He has a 6.83 goals against average and 55.9 save percentage for his career, bailing the Cavaliers out at times and keeping them in games.
But all that could be for naught given a conference shift for Cabrini this spring. The program has left behind the CSAC and is part of the newly-founded Atlantic East Conference alongside six other colleges.
That comes with a two-year transition period during which an AEC men’s lacrosse champion will be crowned in early May, but won’t result in an automatic qualifier to the NCAA tournament until 2021. That means Cabrini will have to earn an at-large bid, a goal that’s shaping up well so far, but Colfer knows it isn’t a guarantee.
“We’re just trying to be 1-0 this week and trying to string as many 1-0 days together as we can,” Colfer said. “The kids have really adopted that mentality and understand our unique position and that the margins are thin in terms of how good we need to be.”
That outlook will be put to its toughest test in the Cavaliers’ upcoming two-game stretch. They travel to York on Saturday, then host Salisbury next Wednesday.
|[14:19]||GOAL by VU Campbell, Matt (MAN-UP), Assist by Overbay, Eric.||18||4|
|[14:19]||Faceoff Coppola, Justin vs Jake Oemcke won by SJU, [14:19] Ground ball pickup by SJU Jake Oemcke.|
|[14:15]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[14:12]||Penalty on SJU Joe Madsen (CREASE VIOLATION/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[14:03]||Penalty on VU Prybylski, Owen (PUSHING/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[14:02]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[13:28]||GOAL by VU McManus, Corey (MAN-UP), Assist by Crowley, Colin.||19||4|
|[13:28]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Jake Oemcke won by VU, [13:28] Ground ball pickup by VU Daly, Patrick.|
|[13:19]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[12:39]||Shot by VU Parkinson, Sam WIDE.|
|[12:25]||GOAL by VU Peters, Stevie, Assist by Khan, Keegan.||20||4|
|[12:25]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Tim Kiel won by VU, [12:25] Ground ball pickup by VU Kopecky, Lucas.|
|[12:19]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[11:46]||Shot by VU Peters, Stevie WIDE.|
|[11:46]||Penalty on SJU Tim Kiel (SLASHING/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[11:33]||Shot by VU Campbell, Matt WIDE.|
|[10:55]||GOAL by VU Overbay, Eric (MAN-UP), Assist by Campbell, Matt.||21||4|
|[10:55]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Jake Oemcke won by SJU, [10:55] Ground ball pickup by SJU Jackson Klein.|
|[10:46]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[10:08]||Shot by SJU Mike Madsen, SAVE Haggerty, Brendan.|
|[09:52]||Shot by SJU Mike Madsen WIDE.|
|[09:43]||Shot by SJU Joe Madsen, SAVE Haggerty, Brendan.|
|[09:40]||Ground ball pickup by VU Haggerty, Brendan.|
|[09:38]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[08:51]||Shot by VU Neill, Jack, SAVE Gavin Catalano.|
|[08:46]||Ground ball pickup by SJU Gavin Catalano.|
|[08:44]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[07:51]||Ground ball pickup by SJU Mackenzie Iacocca.|
|[07:45]||21||5||GOAL by SJU Jonathan Huber, Assist by Mackenzie Iacocca, goal number 15 for season.|
|[07:45]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Jake Oemcke won by SJU, [07:45] Ground ball pickup by SJU Matt Duncan.|
|[07:37]||Clear attempt by SJU failed.|
|[07:32]||Turnover by SJU Pat Smyth (caused by Reale, Mason).|
|[07:29]||Ground ball pickup by VU Reale, Mason.|
|[07:28]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[07:30]||GOAL by VU Reale, Mason.||22||5|
|[07:30]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Trevor Batastini won by SJU, [07:30] Ground ball pickup by SJU Patrick Ednie.|
|[07:20]||22||6||GOAL by SJU Jonathan Huber, Assist by Patrick Ednie, goal number 16 for season.|
|[07:20]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Trevor Batastini won by VU, [07:20] Ground ball pickup by VU Burke, Gavin.|
|[07:08]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[07:03]||Shot by VU Kroudis, Stelios WIDE.|
|[06:32]||Shot by VU Goodelle, Tucker, SAVE Gavin Catalano.|
|[06:29]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[05:32]||Shot by SJU Jack Lufti BLOCKED.|
|[05:32]||Clear attempt by VU failed.|
|[05:12]||Turnover by VU.|
|[05:23]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[04:55]||Shot by SJU Christian Rega, SAVE Haggerty, Brendan.|
|[04:52]||Ground ball pickup by SJU Jonathan Huber.|
|[04:52]||Shot by SJU Jonathan Huber WIDE.|
|[04:37]||Turnover by SJU Ro Bryan (caused by Colwell, Reid).|
|[04:29]||Ground ball pickup by VU Colwell, Reid.|
|[04:26]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[04:24]||Shot by VU Comizio, Chet, SAVE Gavin Catalano.|
|[04:20]||Ground ball pickup by VU Kroudis, Stelios.|
|[03:39]||Shot by VU Derham, Gavin, SAVE Gavin Catalano.|
|[03:34]||Ground ball pickup by SJU Pat Smyth.|
|[03:31]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[02:17]||22||7||GOAL by SJU Jonathan Huber, goal number 17 for season.|
|[02:17]||Faceoff Kopecky, Lucas vs Jake Oemcke won by SJU, [02:17] Ground ball pickup by SJU Tom Urena III.|
|[02:11]||Clear attempt by SJU good.|
|[01:27]||22||8||GOAL by SJU Jack Lufti, goal number 1 for season.|
|[01:27]||Faceoff Fisher, Dan vs Jake Oemcke won by VU, [01:27] Ground ball pickup by VU Fisher, Dan.|
|[01:27]||Clear attempt by VU good.|
|[00:51]||GOAL by VU Derham, Gavin, Assist by Peters, Stevie.||23||8|
|[00:51]||Faceoff Fisher, Dan vs Trevor Batastini won by SJU, [00:51] Ground ball pickup by SJU Trevor Batastini.|
|[00:51]||Clark, Justin at goalie for VU.|
|[00:47]||Clear attempt by SJU failed.|
|[00:39]||Turnover by SJU Trevor Batastini (caused by Taylor, Jonathan).|
|[00:22]||Ground ball pickup by VU Wheeler, Will.|
|[00:20]||Clear attempt by VU failed.|
|[00:19]||Turnover by VU Wheeler, Will (caused by J.T. Shoop).|
|[00:11]||Shot by SJU Jonathan Huber WIDE.|
|[00:00]||Shot by SJU Billy Mahecha WIDE.|
Lacrosse: Glossary and Terms
Lacrosse Player Positions Lacrosse Rules Lacrosse Strategy Lacrosse GlossaryAttack Zone – Lacrosse Field Zone with an opponent’s goal.
Intruder – Forward responsible for goals scored.
clear – When the defense receives the ball and tries to get into their offensive zone on the lacrosse field.
Fold – A circle around the lacrosse goal, i.e. goalkeeper square.Only the goalkeeper and defenders can enter the fold, and only the goalkeeper can control the ball while in it.
Cross-check – When an opponent is in possession of the ball or is within five yards of the ball, the player can check his body. The body check must touch the front of the player and between the waist and shoulders. There is also a stick check in which you can hit a player on the stick or gloves to hit the ball or prevent the player from getting the ball.
Cross – Name of the lacrosse stick.
Protect – Defender. There must always be at least four defenders on the defensive side of the lacrosse field.
Defense Zone – The side of the lacrosse field that contains the target you are defending.
Throw-in – To start the game, the ball is placed on the ground between two players. When the referee blows his whistle, each player tries to gain control of the ball.
Target – 6-by-6-foot poles with a net or a point from the ball hitting the net.
Goalkeeper – The player who is in the fold (see the fold) and defends the goal.
Short Break – When the attacker quickly moves the ball so that he has a player advantage at the end of the attack.
Man-up Man-Down – In lacrosse, when a player commits a foul, he can get a time penalty. During this time, their team will have to play one less player, creating a power play or a man for the other team and a guardian for their team.
Midfielder – The lacrosse player responsible for the transition from defense to attack. They play all over the field.
Offsides – Lacrosse penalty when one team has more than 6 players in a half of the field.
Ride – When the attacker tries to prevent the defense from hitting the ball. See clearly.
Settled – A game situation when all lacrosse players are in their places. Usually means they had time to set up.
Chopping – Hitting another player with a lacrosse stick not on his stick or gloves, but on a different area.
Stick – A stick with a net at the end, which is used to catch, throw, throw and carry the ball.
Transition – Moving the ball from the defensive side of the lacrosse field to the attacking side.
Unsettled – A play situation where some lacrosse players are out of position or out of position, often giving an advantage to offense.
Wing area – The area in the middle of the lacrosse field between the attack area and the defense area.
X – The area behind the gate.
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Lifted: Translation, Meaning, Synonyms, Pronunciation, Antonyms, Example Sentences | English-Russian online translator
Another mystery involves how mega-stones were lifted up and placed into a precise position.Another mystery has to do with how the mega stones were lifted and placed in the exact position.
And In a miracle, he lifted his own violin and he started playing, by ear, certain snippets of violin concertos.And by some miracle, he raised his violin and began to play by ear certain fragments of violin concertos.
Sarah, your suspension from lacrosse for excessive force has been lifted.Sarah, your exclusion from lacrosse for being overpowered has been overturned.
It was only when the fog lifted that we noticed that we had slept on the edge of an abyss.Only when the fog cleared did we notice that we were sleeping on the edge of the abyss.
I physically felt as if a great weight had been lifted from my heart.I physically felt as if a great weight had been lifted from my heart.
The policeman lifted the box carefully.… The policeman carefully lifted the box.
The girl lifted her face, still wet with tears.The girl raised her face, still wet with tears.
He lifted the car with his phenomenal strength.He lifted the car with his phenomenal strength.
I see clearly now the fog has lifted. I can see all the ties in the closet!Now I can clearly see that the fog has risen. I see all the connections in the closet!
Then she kissed them, and they lifted up their voices, and wept.Then she kissed them, and they raised their voices and wept.
By morning the clouds had lifted and the whole length of the Himalayas lay before us in all its splendor.By morning the clouds had cleared, and the Himalayas appeared before us in all their splendor.
The Cyclops lifted his cyclopean body out of his cyclopean bed and set about to the cyclopean task of cleaning up the entirety of his cyclopean lair.The Cyclops lifted his Cyclopean body from his Cyclopean bed and embarked on the Cyclopean task of cleaning up his entire Cyclopean den.
The bridge should be lifted so that the ships can pass.The bridge must be raised so that ships can pass.
And he lifted up his voice with weeping, which the Egyptians, and all the house of Pharaoh heard.And he lifted up his voice with a lamentation, which the Egyptians and all the house of Pharaohs heard.
Tom lifted up his shirt and exposed his belly.Tom lifted his shirt and exposed his stomach.
I lifted my daughter up so she could put the star on top of the Christmas tree.I raised my daughter so she could put a star on the tree.
A homeless man sleeping in a skip escaped injury this morning when the skip was lifted onto a truck and its contents crushed.A homeless person sleeping in a skip escaped injury this morning when the skip was hoisted onto a truck and its contents crushed.
When I took my shahada, I felt like there was a burden that was lifted off of me.When I took my shahadah, I felt that the burden had been lifted from me.
The horses ran so fast that, now and then, the carriage lifted off the ground. Even so, we failed to shake off the pursuing werewolf.The horses ran so fast that from time to time the carriage got off the ground.However, we were unable to shake off the werewolf chasing us.
And the flood was forty days upon the earth: and the waters increased, and lifted up the ark on high from the earth.And the flood lasted forty days on the earth; and the waters increased, and lifted the ark high above the earth.
Listen to the trees talking in their sleep, she whispered, as he lifted her to the ground. “What nice dreams they must have!”“Listen to the trees talking in your sleep,” she whispered as he lowered her to the ground.”What wonderful dreams they must have!”
And when Moses lifted up his hands, Israel overcame; but if he let them down a little, Amalec overcame.And when Moses raised his hands, Israel won; but if he let them down a little, Amalek won.
When ye have lifted up the Son of Man, then shall ye know that I am he.When you raised the Son of Man, then you will know that I am He.
Dan carefully lifted the badly decayed body of the cat.Dan carefully lifted the cat’s badly rotten body.
Naima Salhi, a pseudo-Islamist Algerian deputy, known for her extremely anti-Berber racist statements, should have her legal immunity lifted.Naima Salkhi, a pseudo-Islamist Algerian MP known for her highly anti-Berber racist statements, should be stripped of her legal immunity.
When I closed the door behind them a load seemed to be lifted from my mind.When I closed the door behind them, it seemed to me that a load had evaporated in my head.
And he was gone forth to meditate in the field, the day being now well spent: and when he had lifted up his eyes, he saw camels coming afar off.And he went out into the field to meditate, for the day was already well spent; and when he lifted up his eyes, he saw camels walking from afar.
Abraham lifted up his eyes, and saw behind his back a ram, amongst the briers, sticking fast by the horns, which he took and offered for a holocaust instead of his son.Abraham raised his eyes and saw a ram behind his back among the rose hips, holding tightly to the horns, which he took and brought to the slaughter in place of his son.
It was only when the fog lifted that we noticed that we had slept on the edge of an abyss.It was only when the fog cleared that we noticed that we were sleeping on the edge of the abyss.
He lifted her in his arms and carried her to her bed.He lifted her into his arms and carried her to her bed.
When I lifted a potted plant in my garden, there were swarms of little insects crawling underneath, and I instinctively let out a shriek.When I raised a potted plant in my garden, swarms of small insects crawled underneath, and I instinctively cried out.
This is the book that lifted me up from poverty.This is the book that lifted me out of poverty.
At length one shell cracked, and then another, and from each egg came a living creature that lifted its head and cried, “Peep, peep.”Finally, one shell cracked, then another, and from each egg a living creature appeared, which raised its head and cried out: ”
Look at the alchemic glass, he cried; “something glows in the crucible, pure and heavy.”He lifted it with a trembling hand, and exclaimed in a voice of agitation,” Gold! gold! ““Look at the alchemical glass,” he exclaimed, “something glows in the crucible, pure and heavy.“ He lifted it with a trembling hand and exclaimed excitedly: gold! ”
To the woman’s astonishment, Tom easily lifted the entire stack of weights on the exercise machine.To the woman’s surprise, Tom easily lifted all the weight on the machine.
And as we took off down the runway, and the wheels lifted up off the tarmac, and we became airborne, I had the most incredible sense of freedom.And when we took off down the runway and the wheels came off the asphalt and we took off, I had the most incredible sense of freedom.
One of them even clung to the running board until we got inside the gate. Then a second guard suddenly appeared and lifted the man off bodily.One of them even clung to the step until we drove into the gate. Then a second guard suddenly appeared and lifted the man off the ground.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lifted up, ye everlasting doors ;.Lift up your heads, gate! and ascend, eternal gates.
Jennie lifted her head and smiled at him gratefully.Jenny lifted her head and smiled at him gratefully.
He got up, lifted her out of the chair and held her close, close to his heart.He got up, lifted her from the chair and held her close to him, close to his heart.
An entire city will be lifted off the ground, then fall back to earth in ashes.The entire city will be raised from the ground and then fall to the ground to ashes.
She lifted her two hands to her collar and unfastened the buttons of her jacket, simply, precisely, one after another.She raised both hands to the collar and simply, as if, one by one, unbuttoned the buttons of her jacket.
Charlotte’s rejection of me was one of those moments, but now I know she’s got a “girlfriend,” well, that’s just a huge burden suddenly lifted off my mind.Charlotte’s rejection of me was one of those moments, but now I know that she has a “girlfriend”, well, it’s just a huge burden that suddenly disappeared from my thoughts.
He lifted his glass of beer to his lips, threw back his head, and drank till the glass was empty.He raised a glass of beer to his lips, threw back his head and drank until the glass was empty.
I lifted Hareton in my arms, and walked off to the kitchen with him, leaving the door of communication open, for I was curious to watch how they would settle their disagreement.I lifted Khariton into my arms and went with him to the kitchen, leaving the door to the communications room open, because I was curious to see how they would settle their differences.
It was evident to us that all pursuit was in vain until the fog had lifted.It was obvious to us that all the chases were in vain until the fog cleared.
He lifted the last valve from its seat and looked at it.He lifted the last valve from the saddle and looked at it.
It’s like our story was lifted straight off the pages of “Maxim” magazine.As if our story was lifted straight from the pages of the Maxim magazine.
May the guilt of being alive among so many deads be lifted off me!May the guilt be removed from me for being alive among so many dead!
Caesar has lifted the siege and massacred the armies of Ptolemy.Caesar lifted the siege and destroyed the armies of Ptolemy.
Then a basket was brought out and the long bundle lifted down from the truck.Then they pulled out the basket and removed the long parcel from the truck.
Her legs came in sight and Dilsey reached up and lifted her out of the tree.Her legs appeared and Dilsey lifted her from the tree.
Roark stood before him at the rail; a tall white figure leaning back against black space, his head lifted as Wynand had seen it lifted in an unfinished building.Roarke stood in front of him at the railing: a tall white figure with his back against the black space, his head raised the way Winand had seen it raised in an unfinished building.
He saw the uncertainty in the mare’s ears and lifted the whip, but at the same time felt that his fears were groundless; the mare knew what was wanted.He saw the uncertainty in the mare’s ears and raised the whip, but at the same time he felt that his fears were unfounded: the mare knew what they wanted from her.
The boat was again lifted and borne into the woods, where it was carefully concealed under a pile of brush.The boat was again lifted and carried into the forest, where it was carefully hidden under a heap of bushes.
If they stayed where they were, they would be killed the instant the mis lifted.If they had stayed in place, they would have been killed the moment they disappeared.
Tom lifted the hood and braced it.Tom lifted his hood and straightened it.
He judged by the cautious movements of those who crowded round the invalid chair that they had lifted the dying man and were moving him.From the careful movements of those who crowded around the wheelchair, he realized that they had lifted the dying man and were now moving him.
We lifted one off a soda can at the hospital.We rented one of the soda cans at the hospital.
The Arizona was lifted mountain-high on a wave, rolled over on her side, and slid down into the depths.“Arizona” was lifted by a wave up the mountain, turned over on its side and slid into the depths.
Norbert de Varenne had not lifted his head; he did not appear to have seen or recognized Duroy.Norbert de Varennes did not look up; He did not seem to see or recognize Duroy.
He stood there, a squat, shapeless figure against the faint glare of the road, while Benbow lifted his foot for the step.He stood there, a squat shapeless figure against the dim light of the road, and Benbow raised his foot for the step.
It’s like when you’re in a glider plane, and suddenly you’re lifted, because of the spontaneous emission of thermals.It is as if you were in a glider airplane and suddenly you were lifted up by a spontaneous release of heat rays.
We’ve just lifted the ban on Canadian beef.We just lifted the Canadian beef ban.
The insulted blood mounted to the little prince’s cheek once more, and he lifted a steady and indignant gaze to the man’s face and saidThe offended blood again rushed to the little prince’s cheek, and he raised a steadfast and indignant gaze at him and said:
They were lifted up: were friends.They were exalted: they were friends.
He came through the lower shadow towards her, his face lifted like a pale blotch.He walked through the lower shadow to her, his face lifted like a pale spot.
Grag lifted his mug of beer and drank thoughtfully.Greg raised his beer and drank thoughtfully.
She tried to summon sufficient courage to explain, but fear mastered her completely; she lifted the apron to her eyes and began to cry.She tried to summon the courage to explain, but fear took over her completely; she raised her apron to her eyes and began to cry.
He lifted one of the crisp bills, creased it in the middle so ‘that it made an angle, and then he scratched a match under his desk and lighted the bill.He lifted one of the crunchy bills, crumpled it in the middle to make a corner, then struck a match under the table and lit the bill.
By this time he had arrived directly opposite the box; and although he was still undetermined what to do or whether to do anything, he turned his head and lifted his eyes.By this time he was directly opposite the box and, although he still did not know what to do or whether to do at all, he turned his head and looked up.
I also lifted some prints from the label.I also took some prints from the label.
The four men in fatigues lifted the coffin on slings and lowered it into the grave.Four uniformed men lifted the coffin on slings and lowered it into the grave.
Bibi-the-Smoker lifted him up in his chair; but tonnerre de Dieu! the animal had doubled in weight.Bee-Smoker lifted him up in his chair; but Tonnerre de Dieu! the animal’s weight has doubled.
‘Flossie!’ he said to the dog, who was lying on a little mat at the stair foot. Go an ‘hark, hark!’ He lifted his finger, and his ‘hark!’ was very vivid.– Flossie! he called to the dog, lying on a small rug at the foot of the stairs. Go and listen, listen! – He raised his finger, and his “Listen!” sounded very lively.
I fired you because you crapped all over the diner, and you forgot that diner lifted you up when you had nothing.I fired you because you did the whole diner and you forgot the diner picked you up when you had nothing.
And those bags of potatoes we lifted last week.And those sacks of potatoes we picked up last week.
EU political leaders and officials have said many times that sanctions won’t be lifted until the Minsk deal is fully implemented.EU political leaders and officials have repeatedly stated that the sanctions will not be lifted until the Minsk deal is fully implemented.
His eyes were pulsating in hectic desperation, flapping like bat’s wings, as the many tall policemen seized him by the arms and legs and lifted him up.His eyes throbbed with feverish despair, flapping like the wings of a bat as scores of tall policemen grabbed his arms and legs and lifted him up. .