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with Steve Wagner,
College at Brockport Head Women's Lacrosse Coach; 2016 SUNYAC Coach of the Year

Spread the field and isolate the defense in transition in order to generate scoring opportunities when a fast break is not an option
Develop cutting, dodging, and feeding patterns in a slow break formation in order to maximize looks on goal before attacking the goal 7v7
Learn how to adapt the slow break and offensive concepts to different defensive situations

Successful women's lacrosse programs utilize transition as part of their offensive playbook. While the benefits of a great fast break have been much documented, in order to maximize scoring opportunities, a team must be able to attack the goal in transition when numbers are even, or even when an offensive team is down a player.

Using an effective, balanced approach, Brockport head coach Steve Wagner presents a slow break that is both dynamic and efficient, allowing teams to continue the attack once a fast break is shut down, but before 7v7 play begins. Using this approach, your team will be able to generate scoring opportunities in all situations off of a clear.

Women's Lacrosse: Building a Slow Break