Lacrosse Analytics

A Krossover Lacrosse game breakdown comes with a comprehensive set of statistics and analytics. Here is a full detailed list of what is included with any Krossover Lacrosse breakdown package:


Individual Game Breakdowns

 
  • Fouls and Violations, Slow Whistles, Free Positions, Man Up and Man Down Situations
  • Shots - On Goal, Missed, Saves, Goals
  • Faceoff Record, Draw Control - Clean Wins, Groundball Wins and Wins via Violation
  • Clearing - Good and Failed Clears
  • Groundballs, Turnovers, Interceptions, Body Checks, Stick Check
  • Offensive Play - Settled, Transition



Statistics We Calculate

 
  • GP: The number of games played by a player.
  • GS: The number of games started by a player.
  • G: The number of goals scored by a player.
  • A: The number of assists by a player.
  • Pts: The number of points attributed to a player (i.e. G + A).
  • Sh: The total number of shots taken by a player.
  • Sh%: The percentage of total shots that scored a goal.
  • SOG: The number of shots on goal taken by a player.
  • SOG%: The percentage of total shots that were on goal.
  • GB: Groundballs grabbed by a player.
  • CT: Turnovers caused by a player.
  • Checks: The number of successful checks. A successful check is any stick check (Women and Men) or body check (Men only) that led to a groundball opportunity.
  • TO: Turnovers given up by a player.
  • Faceoff: Faceoff record; that is, the number of faceoff wins by a player and the total number of faceoffs taken by a player.
  • Draw: Draw record; that is, the number of draw controls by a player and the total number of draws taken by a player.
  • GA: Goals allowed by a goalie.
  • SV%: The percentage of shots on goal that were saved by a goalie.
  • Clear: The clearing record by a team; this refers to the number of successful clears and clears attempted by a team.
  • Man Adv: The number of goals scored and total number of plays when a team has a man advantage (Men only).
  • Free Pos: The free position record by a team, which is given by the number of goals scored on a free position and the number of shots taken on a free position (Women only).
  • Saves: The total number of saves by a team.



Game Efficiency

 
  • OffEff: The efficiency of a team while on offense, which is defined by the percentage of offensive possessions in which a team scores.
  • DefEff: The efficiency of a team while on defense, which is defined by the percentage of defensive possessions in which an opponent scores.
  • TotEff: The total efficiency of team; this is simply the difference between a team’s offensive efficiency and defensive efficiency.
  • SOG%: The percentage of total shots by a team that went on goal.
  • oSOG%: The percentage of total shots by opponent(s) that went on goal.
  • SOG%: The percentage of total shots by a team that went on goal.
  • Asst%: The percentage of goals for a team that were assisted.
  • oAsst%: The percentage of opponents’ goals that were assisted.
  • ORB%: The percentage of rebound opportunities that a team is able to grab while on offense (i.e. offensive rebound). An offensive rebound in lacrosse is defined as any time possession is regained either via a groundball or ball going out of bounds after a non-scoring shot is taken by the team regaining possession.
  • oORB%: The percentage of rebound opportunities by an opponent that are grabbed while on offense (see above for more details on an offensive rebound).
  • SV%: The percentage of shots on goal that were saved by a team.
  • oSV%: The percentage of shots on goal by a team that were saved by their opponent.
  • Man-Up: The offensive record by a team when at a man advantage; this is represented by the number of goals scored, total number of plays and percentage of plays that led to a goal all while a team has a man advantage (Men only).
  • Man-Down: The defensive record by a team when a man down; this is represented by the number of goals scored, total number of plays and percentage of plays that led to a goal all while a team’s opponent(s) has a man advantage (Men only).
  • FP: A team’s free position record, which is displayed using the number of goals, number of shots and the percentage of shots that led to goals all during a free position attempt (Women only).
  • oFP: The free position record of all opponents, which is displayed using the number of goals, number of shots and the percentage of shots that led to goals all during opponents’ free position attempts.



Ball Control

 
  • ToP: The percentage of time that a team had possession of the ball (note: this is an approximation using the footage given by the coach; incomplete footage could lead to errors).
  • Pace: The number of offensive and defensive possessions a team has per game, or the average over all games.
  • Clear%: The percentage of clear attempts by a team that were successful.
  • Ride%: The percentage of rides by a team that were successful.
  • Checks: The number of successful checks by a team (body checks included for Men only).
  • oChecks: The number of successful checks by an opponent(s) (body checks included for Men only).
  • GB%: The percentage of groundball opportunities collected by a team.
  • TOV%: The percentage of offensive plays that lead to turnovers by a team.
  • oTOV%: The percentage of defensive plays that lead to turnovers by an opponent(s).



Shooting

 
  • Shot Result Distribution: The percentage of shots that had one of the following five results: a goal, a shot not cleanly saved, a shot cleanly saved, a blocked shots or a missed shot (includes pipe shots).
  • Shot Location: The percentage of total shots that result in a goal (i.e. Sh%) and the percentage of shots that were on goal (i.e. SOG%) both at a particular location on the field. These locations, as defined in Lacrosse: Technique and Tradition, are the porch, the slot, the hole, the flanks and the perimeter.
  • On Goal Location: The percentage of shots that went on that part of the goal and the percentage of shots that result in a goal at that goal location. The sections of the goal are broken down into (when looking straight at the goal) left top, left bottom, right top, right bottom and the 5-hole.



Offensive Breakdown

 
  • Assist%: The percentage of shots taken by a player that were assisted.
  • ORB%: The percentage of shots taken by a player that resulted in an offensive rebound (see ORB% above for definition of an offensive rebound).
  • LB: The number of balls lost by a player.
  • UnforcedLB%: The percentage of lost balls by a player that were not forced.
  • Recover%: The percentage of lost balls by a player that were recovered.
  • A:TO: The assist-to-turnover ratio is the number of assists by a player compared to the number of turnovers by the same player.
  • Assist Distribution: The percentage of total shots assisted by a player from a particular spot on the field (see Shot Location for more information on the locations).
  • oTOV%: The percentage of defensive plays that lead to turnovers by an opponent(s).




Defensive Breakdown

 
  • ​Stick Checks: The number of successful stick checks by a player (see Checks for the definition of a successful check).
  • Body Checks: The number of successful body checks by a player (see Checks for the definition of a successful check; Men only).
  • Int: The number of interceptions by a player.
  • Blocks: The number of blocks a player had on shots by opponents.
  • DRB: The number of defensive rebounds collected by a player; a defensive rebound is defined as a groundball by a player off of a shot taken by an opponent.
  • Gain%: The percentage of lost balls caused by a player that lead to their team gaining possession; in some ways, it is the conversion rate on successful checks plus interceptions.



Goalie Breakdown


CleanSV%: The percentage of saves by a goalie that were clean saves.
On Goal Defense: The save percentage against shots at the different on goal locations (see On Goal Location for more details on the locations listed).