3 v 3 League

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Origins Lacrosse has a fantastic opportunity for any player that wants to keep a stick in their hands and work on fundamentals.  With our 3 v 3 program, every participant is guaranteed to see a lot of action, receive top-notch instruction, increase their IQ, get a lot of touches and have a ton of fun!

  • Locations
  • Details
  • Format & Rules

More details coming soon.

4 Locations:

Westfield, Sahm Park, South Side, Eagle Creek

Our format offers a small-sided playing environment that allows players to get tons of repetitions on both sides of the ball with no standing around.  Our instruction includes but is not limited to the rules of the game, IQ, defense, stick-work, 2-man game, 3-man game, faking & finishing, dodging, screens, and off-ball motion.

Our small ball programs are meant for maximum development, action and fun!  Nationally, we have been at the forefront of using small ball as an effective training tool and were the first in Indiana to do so going back to 2008. We certainly did not invent this format but we are proud to say we have been doing this long before it became the norm.  Today small ball is an integral part of training for youth and college teams across the country and has also been adopted by US lacrosse.

Format:

  • 3 v 3
  • Helmet, gloves, arm guards and sticks are required.
  • Small goals that are 3′ x 3′
  • Ball is a soft rubber
  • Simple set of rules for ultimate development, safety and fun

Rules:

  • No takeout checks are allowed.  This training is to increase your skills.
  • No Man-Ball on ground balls, all players involved must go for the ball.
  • Crank shots are not allowed. Fakes and placement is what this is all about.
  • On defense one player must always get in the goal and it is recommended that players alternate each time.
  • When putting a ball in bounds we will follow the basketball format.
  • Goalies my not drop to their knees.
  • Players must attempt to cross mid-court on while on defense and not “cherry pick”.
  • After a goal is scored, the ball is put into play after a 4 count or when the scoring team crosses midfield and the goalie is in place.