Hi, I'm Katie Chrisherby and I'm an assistant at Columbia University. I'm joined by Liz Kettleman Jackson, head coach of Columbia University and Katelyn Jackson of lacrosse. Today, I wanna give you top three tips of passing. Passing is such an essential part of women's lacrosse, and so do it correctly is such an essential part of your game.
The top three tips that I would say that you wanna learn from passing are one, you wanna have your hands away from your body. Okay, you wanna get your hands up and away. We don't wanna hands in close to your body, it limits our range of motion and limits the action of both hands on our thrill. The second tip for great pass is using your whole body. Okay?
So stepping with your opposite foot and then turning your hips, your shoulders, and then your stick to throw the ball. So you wanna use everything you have in your path. Again, using this torso twist to really get the ball to right direction. The third and final tip is using both hands. You don't want just a push or just a pull, you want both hands working together.
The bottom hand pulling across your body, the top hand pushing and snapping the ball. So these are the three great tips for you to use to improve your passing lane.