Lacrosse Basics: Scoring Fundamentalsby Jesse Hubbard
Want to maximize your scoring potential? Get schooled by the record holding master of scoring, Jesse Hubbard of the MLL Baltimore Bayhawks. In this free lacrosse coaching course, Hubbard demonstrates offensive footwork, generating power, and a variety of techniques that will have you leaving the defense in the dust.
Think of all the great scorers in Major League Lacrosse history and Jesse Hubbard has outscored them all with record 247 goals. It was easy to tell he was headed to the milestone after leading the MLL in scoring in each of his first three seasons with the New Jersey Pride, totaling 53 points in 2001, a career-high 67 in 2002 and 64 in 2003. He scored 26 goals with the Los Angeles Riptide in 2008 and joined the Baltimore Bayhawks in 2009.
At Princeton University, he was the first Ivy Leaguer to be named rookie of the year as a freshman (2005) and player of the year as a sophomore (2006). He earned All-American honors in 2006, ’07 and ’08, and helped the Tigers win the NCAA Division I title in 2006, totaling 53 goals and 19 assists in 15 games.