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Settled Goals

by rick barrett
(university park, texas)

What exactly does a settled goal in lacrosse mean?

ANSWER Typically a settled goal is a goal scored when the offense is working from a settled position meaning not in transition. The offense has successfully moved the ball down the field there was no fast break goal scored in transition, and they have now set up their offense and started to work the ball around the net on the offensive side of the field.

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