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Box Lacrosse Training
What do the majority of the Top-20 scorers in NCAA lacrosse have in common? They all play box lacrosse. Develop the stick skills and lacrosse IQ that box lacrosse teaches. Training sessions will feature fast paced, box-specific training combined with scrimmage time. Players will develop stick skills, transition offense and defense, scoring ability, and lacrosse IQ. Box goalie pads are available to use for goalies.
Learn from the best: At the University of Maryland, Coach Martinello was a 2x All-American and Scoring Leader. He was a #1 Draft Pick, a member of Team Canada, a 2x All-Pro, MVP, and ranks #1 All-Time in Assists for the Detroit Turbos. He won 8 Consecutive Division titles as coach of the Windsor Clippers, and was recently inducted into the Windsor Hall of Fame for his vast success as both a player and coach.
How is box lacrosse different than field lacrosse?
A select group of players from this clinic will be invited to participate with PLG in regional box lacrosse tournaments. This invite-only team will not have tryouts.
Middle School Box Lacrosse - (5 Weeks - $80): 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. - February 6th - March 6th
High School Box Lacrosse - (5 Weeks - $80): 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. - February 6th - March 6th
8v8 Field League
8v8 short field games combine the action of 7v7 with the concepts and strategies found in 10v10. By adding an extra midfield player, (2 Att, 3 M, 2 D, 1G) offenses learn the importance of triangle rotations while defenses are able to defend with a slide/recovery package not found in other small sided games. The shorter field and tight quarters improve player stick skills, lacrosse IQ, and decision making.
Divisions: Middle school (6th-8th), JV, and Varsity
7 Weeks - Sundays between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Order of games is MS/JV/Var - teams will always play in the same 1-2 hour block.
Session 2 - 1.20, 1.27, 2.3, 2.17, 2.24, 3.3, 3.10
Cost: $87.50 per player
Winter 2 Begins Sunday, January 20th