Shooting Drill Photo Gallery

2 - Published March 27, 2012 by in Games/Practice

The Hoosiers returned to practice on Monday after splitting two games in Naperville, Illinois against Wisconsin and Marquette. With a new practice comes a new shooting drill featuring an extra net in a unique spot. Photos after the jump.

This particular drill shrinks the size of the goal by using a large obstruction. The theory is if you give players only a thin slice of the goal to shoot at, they will learn how to shoot with good fundamentals and aim for a spot, as opposed to anywhere. Creating a smaller target improves accuracy and allows players to “see” open sides of the net in games more readily. This drill puts an emphasis on accuracy and a strong overhand motion. We’ll see if it helps this weekend.

Freshman Colin Donnelly (Cathedral, IN) steps into a left handed shot.


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2 Responses to Shooting Drill Photo Gallery

  1. Shaw March 27, 2012 at 11:20 am #

    Chumash goals are also great.

  2. Sam Elkind April 4, 2012 at 5:05 pm #

    awesome cause. ordering a pair asap 

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