Apr 1, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; John Hopkins Blue Jays attack Zach Palmer (45) celebrates goal against the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Big City Classic at MetLife Stadium. North Carolina Tar Heels defeat the John Hopkins Blue Jays 13-9. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

This past weekend Johns Hopkins Senior Zach Palmer went behind the back against UMBC (video below). It’s a common occurrence for the Canadian attackman and we have two other clips to prove it.

Palmer is nasty. The field is his canvas and his stick – the paintbrush. My hyperbole (correction: metaphor!) sucks, but you get the idea.

Johns Hopkins’ Zach Palmer’s Behind-the-Back Goal Against Maryland…

Zach Palmer’s One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against Virginia Is…

  1. once he caught the ball on the crease he looked away from the goal instead of towards it. In my opinion thats a bad habbit. Id rather have an attackmen on my team who shoots overhand than zach palmer taking behind the back no look shots all the time.

    • that just shows how good he is. No need for him to look at the goal. its not a bad habbit it is way how to surprise the goalie.

  2. once he caught the ball on the crease he looked away from the goal instead of towards it. In my opinion thats a bad habbit. Id rather have an attackmen on my team who shoots overhand than zach palmer taking behind the back no look shots all the time.

  3. Antoin Garibaldi says:

    Lyle Thompson=the ultimate human highlight reel. Nobody in division one lacrosse compares right now.

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