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Space still available for Greg Cattrano Goalie Clinic (boy, girls, all ages) Sunday at Shipley School

Thursday, 17th November 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, Clinics, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/17/11

There are still openings for the Greg Cattrano Co-Ed Goalie Clinic this Sunday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Shipley School’s new athletic complex in Bryn Mawr.

Greg Cattrano (left) drills a young goalie

The Greg Cattrano clinic, for goalies of all ages and abilities, has been held at Shipley for 10 years and helped produce dozens of players that have gone on to excel at the high school and college level.

All goalies in attendance receive a Void Lyte Goalie Stick from Warrior. Shipley’s New Field Turf Athletic Complex is at the school on 829 Montgomery Ave and features two Field Turf fields and four pitching batting cages for 1v1 goalie training.

Click here to register. Call or email with questions mduncan@shipleyschool.org (610-715-4242).

Cattrano was a member of the Major League Lacrosse champion Philadelphia Barrage in 2004 and also was a standout for many years with the Long Island Lizards and Baltimore Bayhawks. Cattrano, a three-time MLL Goalie of the Year, also was a member of the US World Cup team in 1999 and was the NCAA Goalie of the Year in 1997 at Yale University.

Cattrano said his clinic focuses on the mental aspect of goaltending as well as skill building in the areas of positioning, saving 1-on-1 shots and communication on the field. For more information, click here. For the registration form, click here.

“My philosophy is to be as aggressive as possible,” he said. “You want to attack the ball and be that vocal leader, the inspirational leader.

“If you have the mental approach of always wanting to go get the ball, you can become more confident and. The same goes for boys and girls in saving the ball.”

Cattrano also preaches building confidence through proper positioning, making the 1-on-1 save and working with your defense to build a cohesive unit.

“Usually you have a 10 percent chance of saving a shot when someone comes in 1-on-one,” he said. “But if you can make one more save a game, it builds confidence you’re your team as well as the goalie.

“One key save can make the difference and lead to four or five or six more. We also work on communication. Rather than yapping, communication means listening and making sure your defense works as a cohesive unit.

(Shipley Upper Campus Gym will be the rain location- same time, same address).


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