60 Seconds: The Lacrosse Shot Clock Experiment

Dec 1, 2017
This past fall ball season, the college lacrosse landscape experimented with the idea of a 60 second shot clock. With the MLL, NLL and women's game already using shot clocks, the plan to test it on the D1 side was put into place and will be voted on by the IMCLA at the annual coaches meeting. Throughout the fall ball season, Lax.com filmed teams testing out the shot clock and got various reactions from head coaches and players. Subscribe to LaxDotcomTV  See More Lacrosse Highlights For Usage Permission/Questions/Submissions, please email: video@lax.com Be sure to check out Lax.com on Social Media! *Instagram *Facebook *Twitter *Womens Instagram *Pinterest To Learn More About Lacrosse and Receive Exclusive Deals, Enter Our Mailing List:
 

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