I always had a problem with retrieving balls from the net after shooting. Coaches and players would get hit, and the balls would be scattered everywhere just to be collected up again.
Practice time is always too short, and with the amount of time that we need to shoot, there had to be a better way. I created The Rack—a simple patented insert for the lacrosse cage that collects most of the balls for you, tip the net over, toss in the balls that did not make it in, and pull it out the back and drag to the shooting area, or pick the Rack up and pour balls into bucket or bag. It’s that simple. You’re shooting immediately and only one person needed to retrieve it.
Keep your back and or front yard looking organized and keep the balls in the rack ’til you’re ready to shoot again. No more lawn mowers hitting them and teach the kids to put them in The Rack.