Lacrosse Re-Dodge – Instructions
This page will teach you how to do a lacrosse re-dodge. This is a combination of dodges in order to gain separation from a defender.
A lacrosse re-dodge is often used when a player has “failed” his first dodge (as a defender has stayed with him during the dodge). The offensive player will then fake that he is giving up his attack and pulling the ball to the outside in order to pass & “swing” the ball around the field. As the defender eases up, the offensive player will then “re-dodge” aggressively attacking towards the goal.
For more information on other dodges (i.e. Toe Drag), please visit the main Lacrosse Dodges section.
Instructional Videos on the Lacrosse Re-Dodge