Get some helpful hints on how to complete a behind the back pass or better known as a BTB.
Which one hand goal was better? This is question that burns like an eternal flame in my mind, and I NEED to know which goal is better. Yes, they are obviously both amazing, but one has to be better than the other, right?
There is a time and place to use a behind the back pass or shot. I use it very rarely, but am comfortable using it when I need to because I work on constantly.
Colton Raichl of Lacrosse All Stars is breaking down Behind the Back stalls for this week’s take on Stick Trick Saturday (02/08/2014).
The series is designed to be an inspirational guide for lacrosse players to get used to the properties of their own stick. Tricks are not just to show off but to develop a better relationship between the player and his crosse.
Stephen Cuccurullo of the Tenacious Turtles wins a face off clamp, pulls the ball out with one hand, and goes behind his back to keep possession. I am pretty sure I couldn’t do that! The ref is in the way, but the video should be slow enough where you can see the action. Pretty insane stuff from a kid who is still quite a few years away from playing in college.
Mikey Stolzenberg’s story took the lacrosse world by storm last year. When people learned there was a 13 year old quadruple amputee playing lacrosse they were impressed. When they saw him play, and score a couple goals, they were amazed. Well, it doesn’t stop there because Stolzenberg is still at it, and he’s still wowing people left and right.
Colton Raichl was out in Bend, Oregon for the Summer Bender, and will have a tourney recap and full highlight video up tomorrow. For now, enjoy this excellent Behind The Back effort, coming at you from Bend, OR.
Joe Walters scored a behind the back goal off a behind the back feed from Jordan MacIntosh. It’s an All-Star highlight, and exactly what one would expect from some of the world’s best.
The Terp attackman makes it to ESPN’s big stage with a no-look finish against UVA.
Zach Palmer led Johns Hopkins in points and assists last season, but he gained serious attention with a series of highlight-reel goals that landed him on Sportscenter’s Top Plays.
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Check out this beautiful, and prototypical, Canadian goal from the Duel in Denver! Jordan Macintosh to John Grant Jr, who goes behind the back to Jordan McBride, who finishes on the crease. SICK.