Box Lacrosse Academy

Why should your son play box?

Box lacrosse is one of the fastest ways to increase a player's stick skill proficiency and overall effectiveness. Participants will learn box lacrosse skills and how to transfer these skills into their field lacrosse game. The boarded arena keeps the pace of play fast with increased opportunities for ground balls, passing, catching, and shooting on 4 x 4.5 goals against real box goalies.

The fast pace and minimal stoppages lead to more repetitions for everyone and acceleration in learning and mastery of lacrosse skills.  Canadian youth players start playing box lacrosse first and do not transition into field lacrosse until middle school or higher and  have been accelerating their presence in the U.S college game, they are rapidly turning out  some of the most dominant players on every collegiate level (i.e. DI/DII/DIII).

Players will be taught all aspects of Canadian style indoor lacrosse skills including the following:

  • Shooting Accuracy
  • Faking Proficiency
  • Stickhandling In Tight Spaces
  • Pick and Roll Offense/Defense
  • Two-Man Game

 

Why Should Your Son Play Team 91 Box?

Yes, playing box lacrosse CAN help imporve your game and teach you different techniques. Yes, playing box lacrosse CAN help elevate your field game. 

Training in the Team 91 Box program WILL imporve your game. Our Director and Elite Staff have extensive background in the box game, they share a passion for teaching true box lacrosse that translates through each and every player that goes through our training program. Team 91 Box program WILL elevate your field game. The cirriculum Team 91 Director Mark Millon has build WILL imporve player IQ, stick skill proficiency, and quickness.

Box Lacrosse is all the rage right now, so learn it right and most importantly have fun doing it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Congrats To Team 91 Maryland Box Lacrosse Champions
 
 
 
2024
 
 
 
2022
 
 

 
Director of Box Training Mark Millon played 9 years in the NLL
Earning First Team All Pro Twice and Winning the NLL Title in 2001