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ALL TRAINING'S ARE POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 5TH. 

Below you will find all communications for Training. Schedules, times, events, memberships, and much more. This is going to be the spot you find it. Come build on your fundamentals and expand your skill set as you learn all the moves to become a faster player with greater accuracy, agility, and stick skills. As the teams will learn all they need to know about the indoor game, then head off and play in a box lacrosse tournament.  Box lacrosse, also known as indoor lacrosse and sometimes shortened to boxla or simply box, is an indoor version of lacrosse played mostly in North America. The game originated in Canada, where it is the most popular version of the game played in contrast to the traditional field lacrosse game.
 
5 sessions 
 
Cost: $100 

Time Break Down

Youth (8th Grade - 5th Grade) 

HS  ( 9th Grade - 12th Grade) 

Mason  Poage

Mason Poage

Florida State Director

Phone: (573) 268-5724

BOX SELECT INFO 

True Florida Box Select Teams goal is to create the absolute best lacrosse talent currently competing in the state. 

The program, which includes peewee, bantam, midget, and high school, will travel to Florida, New Jersey and California for Nationals each year to compete against the country's top talent in exhibition and tournament play. No other program anywhere in the US provides their players with this level of experience, exposure and elite game play. 

ALL SHORT STICKS 

These players are highly skilled, American-based box lacrosse pioneers who are showing the world that US youth not only play real box lacrosse, they do it well, too.

MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION

AGE BRACKET

We are trying to explain the teams who use the USBOXLA age/team break down as well as those teams who do not. Below you will see the USBOXLA terminology listed for this event. 

 

AGE GROUP BREAK DOWN 

Pee Wee (09/08)
Bantam (07/06)
Midget (05/04)
HS Elite (03/02)

BOX LACROSSE SUMMARY AND RULES

Summary

  • Five players per side including the goalie. 
  • All players per game must use standard lacrosse sticks 40 to 46 inches in length. Goalies may use a wider mouthed goaltender's stick.
  • There are three 14-minute periods. Each team is allowed 1 time out per game.
  • There is 10 seconds to clear the defensive half of the field.
  • There is 30 second shot clock.
  • Games ending with a tie score are decided by shootout. 

US BOX LACROSSE MEMBERSHIP 

Box Membership: 

Just like US Lacrosse, you have to have a cheap membership to play in USBOXLA. Please follow the link below to get signed up for the next year in Box Lacrosse. 

Link: 

www.membership.usboxla.com

> select USBOXLA - Player Membership (use only this level of membership)