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Lacrosse Transition Goal

by rick barrett
(university park, texas)

What exactly does that mean?

ANSWER A transition goal in Lacrosse is similar to other sports like hockey, soccer, basketball, etc... It is a goal that is scored in transition. For example on a fast break after a turnover. As opposed to a goal where the offense is set up and passing the ball around, running plays etc to create an opportunity a transition goal happens typically immediately after a turn over as teams are transitioning from defense to offense down the field.

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