Scott Tucker Makes Instructional Defense 2-Pack Lacrosse Guide

Even though the lacrosse season has just finished Scott Tucker, coach of the Limestone College Women's team seems to be offering aspiring young players the chance to get some early pre-season training in. Scott Tucker, the current coach of Limestone College Women's lacrosse team has recently released a double-pack instructional lacrosse guide. The 2-Pack defensive oriented instructional feature is split into two parts, the first is 'The 33 Zone Ride' and the second is 'The Backer Zone Defense'. In a recent article on Fungamesblog.com, the guide appears to be getting some very positive reviews, including one from ThrillingSports.com.

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(PRWEB) June 01, 2012

Although the lacrosse season has just ended players and coaches all over the country may be able to get a head start on their rivals with the release of Scott Tucker's instructional guide. According to a recent article on FunGamesBlog.com Tucker's 2-Pack defensive oriented guide features in depth analysis of how to shore up the defense.

The blog post went on to add that Tucker's guide has already been getting some really impressive reviews, including one from the instructional sports guide review specialists Thrilling Sports. Tucker's defensive guide highlights each players responsibilities and indicates how they should react to varying ball placement situations.

The FunGamesBlog article further added that the guide is laid out in an easy to understand clear and concise format that will appeal to both coaches and players alike. Both parts of the double pack start with Tucker using a whiteboard where he places a strong emphasis on communication and adaptability. From there he moves onto the field where he uses real defensive and offensive lacrosse teams to demonstrate the 33 Zone Ride.

Scott Tucker has been the coach of the successful Limestone College Women's lacrosse team for over a decade and this season guided them to the quarter-finals of the NCAA championships.

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