Former Northwestern University Associate Head Women's Lacrosse Coach and University of Colorado Head Women's Lacrosse Coach Ann Elliott shares some basic core drills that will challenge even the most skilled players. Coach Elliott's drills are done at game speed to reinforce the quick decision-making needed in pressure situations. The presentation begins with a discussion of Coach Elliott's stick work philosophy and the need to be a triple threat at all times on offense. Coach Elliott shares seven primary drills that progress from stationary to moving positions to create soft hands and develop the off-hand. She then adds defensive players into the drills, forcing offensive players to focus on their stick position and to recognize defensive slides and double teams. Next, Coach Elliott shares her philosophy on how players need to hold their sticks to maximize power and maintain a triple threat position with the stick. Her drills emphasize footwork and proper hand position. Using a combination of drills, Coach Elliott progresses to more complex shooting drills, with and without defensive pressure, to challenge both the offensive and defensive players. 83 minutes. 2014. DVD.