Lacrosse Scooping

Lacrosse Scooping

Drawings of lacrosse players scooping in a range views
Description
Description

Lacrosse Scooping is a way of gaining ball possession when the lacrosse ball drops to the ground. Usually, the athlete bends the knee while facing the ball, aiming low, and moves the stick close to the ball where he or she scoops it quickly and forces it into the pocket of the lacrosse stick and at the same time preventing the ball from rolling back. Once the ball is in the pocket, the player can now cradle, make a pass, or shot to score. When executed correctly, scooping can determine who may win the game. Nonetheless, avoid scooping with one hand or while standing straight.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Series of outline drawings of lacrosse players scooping in various postures
Series of outline drawings of lacrosse players scooping in various postures
3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Lacrosse Scooping
Details
Details

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Lacrosse Scooping front, side (male & female)

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Lacrosse is a team sport played with a small rubber ball and a long-handled stick called a crosse or lacrosse stick. The objective is to score by shooting the ball into an opponent's goal, using the stick to catch, carry, and pass the ball. It's played typically by two teams of 10 players.

6.5”-10” | 16.5-25.4 cm
2”-2.5” | 50.8-63.5 mm (Pocket)
40”-42” | 101.6-106.7 cm (Offense); 52”-72” | 132.1-182.9 cm (Defense)
5-12 oz | 142-340 g
Lacrosse Stick
25.400
6.350
182.900
0.340
14500
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Lacrosse StickView of a Lacrosse Stick in 3D available for downloadView of a Lacrosse Stick in 3D available for download
2.47”-2.55” | 62.7-64.7 mm (Diameter)
5-5.2 oz | 140-147 g
Lacrosse Ball
6.470
0.147
8600
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Lacrosse BallPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse BallPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse Ball
6’3’ | 1.91 m
December 14, 1985
Paul Rabil
191.000
1985.00
6900
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Paul Rabil
5’11” | 1.80 m
October 29, 1982
Michael Powell
180.000
1982.00
5200
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Michael Powell
6’ | 182.9 cm (Inside)
6’ | 182.9 cm (Inside)
7’ | 213.4 cm
35-115 lb | 15.9-52.2 kg
Lacrosse Goal
182.900
182.900
213.400
52.200
2000
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Lacrosse GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse Goal
6’0” | 1.83 m
September 9, 1992
Lyle Thompson
183.000
1992.00
1400
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Lyle Thompson
180’ (60 yd) | 54.86 m
330’ (110 yd) | 100.59 m
59,400 ft² | 5518 m²
Lacrosse Field
5486.000
10059.000
5518.00
1100
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Lacrosse FieldView of a Lacrosse Field in 3D available for downloadView of a Lacrosse Field in 3D available for download
10”-12” | 25.4-30.5 cm
5”-5.5” | 127-139.7 mm (Pocket)
40”-72” | 101.6-182.9 cm
6-14 oz | 170-397 g
Lacrosse Goalie Stick
30.500
13.970
182.900
0.397
250
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Lacrosse Goalie Stick3D model of a Lacrosse Goalie Stick viewed in perspective3D model of a Lacrosse Goalie Stick viewed in perspective