The Saskatchewan Rush return from their bye week Friday night when they host the Calgary Roughnecks.
It’s no secret that Rush fans like to make noise and their team has given them plenty of chances.
One aspect of the sport that’s guaranteed to get the crowd on its feet is transition scoring.
Jeff Cornwall scored was is perhaps the biggest transition goal in Rush history, notching the game-winning goal in the dying seconds of the Champions Cup to clinch the team’s second-straight title.
This week on Lacrosse 101, Cornwall explains the art of transition scoring.