I would think the coach would be aware of this
by 96_ND (2017-05-21 08:15:02)
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  In reply to: He's a good coach, not an elite coach  posted by Irishset

In college lacrosse I can't imagine any D-1 coach not understanding that face offs are important. Is being a top face off player something that is coached or does it require a specific athletic base to perform at a high level. Do other teams like Denver have an assistant to focus on this? Is it like recruiting a kicker in football and it sometimes doesn't work out? Do we not spend enough time on practice?

I really don't know the answer, but having watched the team over the past five years it would seem face offs is a huge area of weakness.

  • My take - tf86  2017-05-22 10:08:56

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