Player 3 starts with ball up top The goal is to swing the ball around to low on the side that has less defenders (in this case the left side has less defenders) Player 3 gets the ball to player 7 as quickly as possible Player 7 passes to player 6 quickly Player 5 goes […]
Player 2 has ball Player 7 cuts first and the rest cut in order down the line one at a time If cutter does not receive ball she then replaces back to the start of “stack” line
Ball can start anywhere Player 2 drives to draw double Player 3 back doors when her defense doubles for draw and dump If player 4’s defense slides to player 3, player 4 cuts and is the open player
Player 2 has ball, Player 7 looks to backdoor for quick cut Move ball fast to player 3 Player 7 cuts for ball and player 1 can show on crease Swing ball to player 4 Player 7 cuts and player 2 shows on crease Player 5 receives ball Player 7 cuts while players 1 and […]
Player 2 has ball Players 5, 6, and 7 cut splitting the two defenders One of the cuttees should be open Player 1 has ball Players 3 and 4 cut
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.