Kip Turner – 2010 MLL Lacrosse Goalie Of the Year

Kip Turner – 2010 MLL Lacrosse Goalie Of the Year

Kip Turner dominated the 2010 MLL Lacrosse season with a 7-2 record. As a lacrosse goalie Kip isn’t a really big guy by any standards but his size doesn’t seem to stop him and he has really taken to the MLL style of play. Good luck Kip. Hope to have an interview with you someday soon. Kip’s footwork is solid and many of the techniques he uses at the MLL level is what I go over in our Stepping to the Ball DVD. If you’d like to get a copy you can check it out here. Jonathan – The Goalie...
How To Pick The Right Lacrosse Goalie Camp

How To Pick The Right Lacrosse Goalie Camp

How To Pick The Best Lacrosse Goalie Camp There is a lot to consider when finding the best lacrosse goalie camp for you or your goalie.  There are a lot of choices out there and they are only getting harder and harder to make.  But having been to a bunch of lacrosse goalie camps growing up, as well as interacting with many lacrosse coaches who put on these camps, I want to give you some tips to help you make the most out of  your lacrosse camp experience. Multi-Position Lacrosse Camp or Goalie Specific Camp? The main question I am always asked by our goalies is, “Which camp should I go to?  One that has all positions or a goalie specific camp? The answer isn’t easy.  But my suggestion is if you are going to a goalie specific camp you need to go to one that has a very high coach to goalie ratio.  I find that lacrosse goalie camps that have a ton of lacrosse goalies are fun to be around but the level of shots that you see, and the exposure that you get is limited.  My suggestion is to find a small camp where you can interact with the coaches and the shooters as much as you can. That being said, I am still a fan of going to a multi-positional camp and here’s why: 1) More exposure to high quality shooters:  As a lacrosse goalie one of the main things we are trying to improve is our “shot library”.  This is that library you have in your head that allows you to know where shots...