Today we take a look the “draw and dump” play Loyola runs all the time.
We see the ball carrier draw a hedge from No. 13 on BU. As the BU defender hedges to help his teammate, No. 13 Peter Swindell fades into the open space behind his defender.
Meanwhile, Pat Spencer vacates the crease to the backside pipe, forcing his defender to choose between covering what is perhaps the best player in college or sliding to help the ball. The defender hesitates slightly and Swindell puts a beautiful shot on cage.
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