Oregon Box Lacrosse League - Girls Winter 2020 - Player Registration

Oregon Box Lacrosse League - Girls Winter 2020 - Player Registration

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Program Overview

3d Lacrosse is excited to announce our 3d Oregon Box Lacrosse League for youth girls. Our staff at 3d Lacrosse has decades of collective experience coaching the box lacrosse game. The skills used in box lacrosse make our players better on the field. When taught the correct way, players will experience tremendous skill development in the box which translates to the field as a leader, thinker, and skilled playmaker. It is simply the fastest engine of skill development in the sport.

Our league is one of the only leagues that incorporates training in addition to weekly games. Players will be able to translate the skills they learn during training and see immediate improvement on the floor. Box Lacrosse skills and techniques such as high level stick handling, finishing, faking, feeding, physical dodging, the two man game, picks and screens, off ball motion and how to play against all of these skills defensively will be the focus of our program.

What is Box Lacrosse?

Our staff at 3d Lacrosse has decades of collective experience coaching the box lacrosse game. 3d's coaches saw that Canadians were dominating at every level in college lacrosse and realized the answer was simple: teach field players box lacrosse. Box lacrosse is a 5-on-5, non-stop, fast-paced, high-touch and high-repetition game played inside of a hockey rink with boards and a 4-by-4-foot goal. When taught the correct way, players will experience tremendous skill development in the box which translates to the field as a leader, thinker, and skilled play-maker. It is simply the fastest engine of skill development in the sport.

Meet our 3d Box Lacrosse Methodology/Curriculum creators...

  • Regy Thorpe:  3d Chief Lacrosse Officer, Syracuse University Asst. Women’s Coach, Head Coach/GM for New York NLL.
  • Bob Hamley:  3d National Box Director, 3d Georgia Director

Why Box Lacrosse?

Box lacrosse is the perfect environment in which players can grow their skills, game IQ, and confidence. Playing in a rink or "the box" means the ball is never out of bounds and moves fluidly the entire time, with rapidly exchanging possessions. The small confines of playing in the box forces players to be creative and learn to deal with high pressure.  Players receive countless reps in practice, and the fast-paced, back-and-forth nature helps players build their confidence as they become more comfortable handling the ball. Offensive players will learn individual skills such as deceptive shots, optimal angles for finishing, build IQ for better off-ball movement, and learn team concepts such as the 'two-man' pick-and-roll game very prevalent in the field.  Defenders will increase their stick skills, footwork, offensive IQ, communication skills, and become better well-rounded players on both sides of the ball. 

  • Finishing – best angles, with composure
  • Faking – remaining a threat to score, deception
  • Catching in traffic
  • Deceptive shooting – leaners, twisters, risers, teeter – totters
  • Feeding – ability to handle pressure, ‘look off’ cutters
  • Dodging in tight confines – constant pressure, efficient movement
  • Cutting & Cycling – off-ball IQ
  • Picking & Screens – proper foot-work, angles, patience
  • The 2-Man Game – reps in the most run field lacrosse ‘scheme/concept’
  • Power Play – man-up & man down
  • How to defend against all these scenarios – all position no position – building lacrosse IQ

Format

Six teams will play in a league that includes training and competitive play. Each week teams will meet for one of 3, 80 minute sessions...

  • Session 1 - 12:00 pm - 1:20 pm
  • Session 2 - 1:20 pm - 2:40 pm
  • Session 3 - 2:40 pm - 4:00 pm

Each 80 minute Session will be broken down as follows...

  • 5 minutes - Run and stretch
  • 5 minutes - Wall ball
  • 18 minutes - Box concepts
  • 2 minutes - Game setup
  • 22 minutes - First half
  • 1 minute - Halftime
  • 22 minutes - Second half
  • 5 minutes - Breakdown and finish

Age Groups

  • Girls High School

Location

The Plex:  8785 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, PortlandOR 97225

Dates

  • Saturday, January 11
  • Saturday, January 25
  • Saturday, February 1
  • Saturday, February 8
  • Saturday, February 15
  • Saturday, February 22

Schedule

Date

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

1/11

A vs B

C vs D

E vs F

1/25

F vs D

A vs C

D vs E

2/1

D vs D

A vs E

C vs F

2/8

C vs E

B vs F

A vs D

2/15

A vs F

D vs E

B vs C

2/22

5 vs 6

3 vs 4

1 vs 2 - CHAMPS

Cost

$0/per player. Each Team pays a team fee to play

Program Components

  • 5 regular season games + one week of playoff Total of 6 games over 6 weeks per team. Games will be two 22-minute halves.
  • 30 minutes of training for all players and teams prior to each game by 3d Lacrosse staff 
  • Professionally trained referees

Required Equipment

  • Lacrosse stick
  • Mouth Guard
  • Cleats

Goalies... Box Lacrosse padding will be provided to goalies. Goalies must have their own helmet, gloves and goalie stick. 

Registration Saver

3d Lacrosse has a strict No Refund Policy. Please review our policy at your convenience and consider purchasing the third party insurance offered by Registration Saver, an AIG product.

Click here to learn more about Registration Saver.

EVENT DETAILS
$0.00
Event Date 
January 11, 2020 to February 22, 2020
Gender 
Girls
Contact Us
For questions about this program or other programs in Oregon, please contact a member of our team.

Susan Bankowski, 3d Oregon Girls Manager
[email protected]

Sarah Lautenbach, 3d Oregon Girls Manager
[email protected]

Kelly Breihan, 3d Oregon Coordinator 
[email protected]