Lacrosse

  Lacrosse player running on the field Copyright: © HSZ

Lacrosse is a classic college sport, particularly in Canada. However, over time this exotic sport has spread beyond the borders of North America and is steadily finding more supporters across the pond. According to the international regulations ten male players – twelve in women's lacrosse – face each other. Lacrosse is played with sticks with nets on the end made out of metal and plastic. The sticks are used to pass a hard tennisball-sized rubber ball between the field players to then score in the opposing team's goal. Aside from a feeling for the ball and corresponding stick technique players need a high level of awareness, tactical understanding, and running ability. Lacrosse training at Aachen University Sports is offered in collaboration with VfL 1905 Aachen e. V. Women and men train separately. Protective equipment is only required in men's lacrosse due to the different regulations.

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Tobias Vogelsang

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+49 241 80 24582

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Simon Rohrmeier

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Basic Information

Rules of Conduct Corona Interim Program

Compliance with the Corona Rules of Conduct is compulsory for all participants of the interim program.

Sports Facilities

Kunstrasenplatz Steinebrück

Special regulations apply to the use of the sports facility in accordance with the corona decree.

Equipment

We recommend shoes with cleats and all-weather clothing. Sticks, balls, and protective gear are provided

Target Group and Requirements

Lacrosse is fast and dynamic. Things get rough. For this reason, players wear helmets, gloves and arm guards, which permit more intensive duels. Despite this there are strict rules on how to defend against opponents.

The course offer is aimed at interested parties with little or no prior practical experience.

Content and Goals

The training sessions include the practicing of techniques like passing, catching, line-drills and ground-balls. Game situations like fast-breaks, man-up/man-down are introduced. The practical units are supplemented by shooting exercises. The fundamental rules are taught and lacrosse-specific fitness trained. In an open game at the end of the training session, you’ll have the opportunity to put into practice what you learned and gather game-experience.