Date of Award
Master of Science
Recreation and Sport Management
Andrew J. Kozar
E. Capers, Ben A. Plothnicki
(From Statement of the Problem)
It was the purpose of this study to compare two practice schedules in achieving bilateral skill in lacrosse cradling. The two practice schedules consisted of (1) alternating the lacrosse stick from one side of the body to the other after every 30 seconds of practice time, and (2) a continuous schedule which consisted of practicing on one side of the body until the ball could be cradled continuously for 30 seconds before beginning to practice on the other side.
McCabe, John Frederick, "A Comparison of Two Practice Schedules to Achieve Bilateral Skill in Lacrosse Cradling. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1970.