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Casey DuBois is one of the dominant goalies in the Baltimore-metro area. Last season, he allowed 4.2 goals per game and was named a US Lacrosse All-American. DuBois has been dominant again this season, once again allowing less than five goals per game. He has committed to Army West Point.
PressBox: What made you want to play goalie? What are the biggest challenges with playing that position?
Casey DuBois: I always wanted to play goalie ever since I started playing lacrosse. One game when my rec team didn’t have a goalie, I volunteered. Ever since then, I fell in love with the position. The biggest challenge for me is definitely keeping my attitude and mental game in check. It took me a while as a kid to be able to get scored on and shake it off. I feel like now I am very composed, but it has been difficult to stay calm, being as competitive as I am. I hate being scored on.
PB: How did you prepare for the upcoming season? Did you do anything differently as far as strength training or running? Click to read full article.
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