Revolution Innovation: How The Colombians Won The US Open (And Might Win WUCC) [Part Two]

Elite athleticism and great schemes.

Revolution’s Manuela Cardenas gets the huge layout D vs. Molly Brown. Photo: Rudy Desort — UltiPhoto.com

Don’t miss part one of this series (offense) on Colombia’s Revolution.

Probably more than their unique offensive style, Revolution is known for stifling, unpredictable, and super athletic defense. Unlike many teams that may use multiple zone or bracket looks to surprise offenses, Revolution uses team chemistry, intelligence, and a switch-heavy person defensive scheme to keep offenses second guessing about who is open. And with fluid lines and many of their star players playing both ways, they are always a threat to score after the turn.

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  1. Dan Young
    Dan Young

    Dan is a recent PhD graduate and current Cleveland Smokestack player. He's previously coached Case Western men's team, captained Smokestack, and played with the Detroit Mechanix. He's most active on twitter, where he tweets from @dry5 and manages the @UltimateGOTD account.

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