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.