Bowling Green Picked 1st in WCHA Polls

Bowling Green took the top spot in the WCHA’s coaches and media preseason polls. The Falcons are followed by reigning MacNaughton Cup co-champions Michigan Tech and Minnesota State, and defending Broadmoor Trophy winner Ferris State. Those four schools each won 20 or more games last season. The coaches and media also agreed on Ferris State senior forward Gerald Mayhew as preseason player of the year. Following …
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Sacred Heart Moving Home Games to Webster Bank Arena

Sacred Heart has reached a five-year agreement to have its home games played in nearby Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn., beginning immediately. Webster Bank Arena hosts the AHL affiliate of the New York Islanders, and has been home to a number of NCAA tournament Regionals.  “Being able to call a venue such as Webster Bank Arena our home is an important step for our hockey program and to provide …
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Missouri Law Could Squash St. Louis Frozen Four Bid

The NCAA’s decision on future Frozen Four sites could hinge, at least partially, on a bill being contemplated in the Missouri Legislature. St. Louis is one of the cities in the running for the next round of bids. The NCAA is currently in the middle of the selection process. Among the other cities thought to be in serious contention for 2019-2022 bids are Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Los Angeles …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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NCHC Denies Expansion For Now

The NCHC announced today that it will not be expanding “at this time,” despite high-profile applications from Arizona State and Minnesota State. That leaves the conference at eight schools, where it’s been since it was created three years ago. “After careful consideration and a thorough vetting process, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s Board of Directors announced the Conference will …
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NCHC Denies Expansion For Now

The NCHC announced today that it will not be expanding “at this time,” despite high-profile applications from Arizona State and Minnesota State. That leaves the conference at eight schools, where it’s been since it was created three years ago. “After careful consideration and a thorough vetting process, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s Board of Directors announced the Conference will …
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NCHC Denies Expansion For Now

The NCHC announced today that it will not be expanding “at this time,” despite high-profile applications from Arizona State and Minnesota State. That leaves the conference at eight schools, where it’s been since it was created three years ago. “After careful consideration and a thorough vetting process, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s Board of Directors announced the Conference will …
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Field Hockey Drills That Make Practice Time Fun

Practice time for field hockey must be enjoyable simply like the game itself. As a coach for a group, it is your obligation to select the drills and regimens for your players. You can not just let the players go through the same hockey drills whenever they exercise. Select from the numerous offered drills out there and implement and mix them into your practice routine. That would make everyone take pleasure in the practice session.

Listed below are three of the most enjoyable and amazing field hockey drills that you can let your group carry out.

 

1. Diamond Drill – this drill will improve passing and defensive skills

Let four players form a diamond shape on the field and another 2  players standing in the middle. The 2 opposite players in the diamond shape together with among the players in the middle will be on the very same team.

Start the drill by giving a ball to one of the players forming the diamond shape. The gamer will then attempt to pass the ball to his group mate in the opposite diamond formation.

When the ball is intercepted in the middle by the member of the other group then the ball is offered to the other employee forming the diamond and their group will aim to get a score by shooting the ball to their group mate.

The first group that will have the ability to score 5 points wins.

2. Off the Ball – the objective of this drill is to develop a gamer’s capability to act during quick breaks.

A square shape is developed on the field using 4 cones that are set 10 backyards apart in each corner of the square. Five players and a ball are then positioned in the center of the square.

The coach will then offer a signal for the 4 players to run to various cones. The player that is left in the square will then pass the ball to among the four gamers who are now placed on the corners. The drill is repeated up until the center player has actually passed the ball to each player in the corner.

3. Long Distance Scoring – this drill will help establish the skill of a gamer to score from a long distance.

In this drill, a goalkeeper will stay inside of the goals while an offending player will stand twenty-five feet away from the objectives. The offensive player will then attempt to shoot the ball at the goals. The goals are then moved even more as the precision of the player improves. The objectives are moved further up until nobody can score an objective.

After some session using these drills, you let the gamers carry out another set of drills. There are a lot of sources for online for hockey coaching videos. Simply try to find a website that you can discover and rely on out what it can provide to enhance your understanding as a coach. As you introduce various drills, you will also enjoy as the abilities of the gamers improve.