1. No transition lay-ups
The first girl to get back must get under the rim and draw a charging foul or force a 10 foot jump shot. If she tries to stop the ball at the free throw line they will get a layup. You must teach her to get all the way to the rim.
2. 30 or more defections
Deflections are the barometer of aggressive defense. They reflect your layers intensity. Whenever a defender touches the ball, there is a chance a teammate might steal it. Deflections create easy scoring opportunities and give the defense a decided edge in the psychological battle. (Tom Crean)
3. 12 of more steals
4. 20 or more forced turnovers
5. 15 or fewer free throw attempts by your opponent.
You will need to get 15 more free throw than your opponent.