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Hunter Francis On Being A Great Goalie

0 - Published March 28, 2014 by in Training

Guardian board member Hunter Francis, the Director of Operations for the Baltimore Bayhawks from 01-06 and also the Owner/GM of the Baltimore Bombers in 2013, took some time out of his busy day to sit down and answer a few questions on goaltending for this first installment of the Guardian Goaltending Interview Series.

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Tweet of the Week: Give Your Goalie Some Love

0 - Published March 6, 2014 by in The Life

Goalies are incredibly important in lacrosse, and sometimes they just don’t get the love they deserve. As an attackman, I know that I’ve given out a few stingers and shots and rides. As long as it’s not a penalty, that’s just good hard play, but when it’s your own goalie, you need to give him props. In the end, you can’t play without a goalie, he’s your last line defense, and game after game he takes a beating.

NYC Box Lacrosse: 8 Saves In Less Than A Minute

0 - Published December 17, 2012 by in Club

Usually we focus on goals and Benny Hill style slipping and falling, but this week the focus is on NYC box lacrosse goaltending. It’s save city!

Great Goalie Tips: Kevin Donahue at Syracuse

1 - Published September 20, 2012 by in College, Training

Kevin Donahue, legendary assistant at Syracuse, shows us how you create a great lacrosse goalie. It’s all about proper technique and staying big. See how things have changed over the last ten years!

John Galloway on Working Hard

1 - Published June 23, 2011 by in High School, Training

John Galloway, Syracuse Lacrosse’s All-American goalie, talks to campers about his work ethic and what it takes to succeed as a starting goalie.

Pat Campbell Toronto Rock

Pat Campbell Gives Box Goalie Tips

5 - Published February 14, 2011 by in International, National Lacrosse League, Pro Lacrosse, Training

Pat Campbell of the Toronto Rock demonstrates the basics of the head save, and other maneuvers a box lacrosse goalie must master. Seriously. The head save. But really, this was a solid how-to for anyone just getting going in the box game.