New England Girls College Box League
We understand the importance of committed and college players continuing to consistently get better in the off-season and before entering their college seasons. We believe that box lacrosse is a fun and competitive environment for women's lacrosse players to hone in on their skills. All players will be provided with pads to gain the full box experience. We have planned for a limited number of players in order to provide the best training experience possible. Our goal is to create four competitive teams in the league. During each session, players will train for an hour with their teams and then play an organized game in the box.
Why Box Lacrosse/Background
Box lacrosse skills and techniques that will be taught include:
- Catching in traffic
- Deceptive shooting
- Dodging in tight confines
- Picking & Screens
- The 2-Man Game
- Power Play
- How to defend against all these scenarios
Box Lacrosse creates the ultimate environment for taking players games to the next level. Through the tight space and confines, players will get more touches, shots reps, dodges, and develop more sound defensive technique. Players will learn how to set proper picks and roll quickly, instead of popping out high as many players naturally do. Players will learn how to fake using subtle but deceptive moves that will beat most goalies. Defensively, players will learn sounds defensive technique on ball, off-ball and in the 2-man game.
Committed girls and current college players
Roxbury Latin School
101 St. Theresa Ave.
West Roxbury, MA 02132
July 9, 16, 23, and 30, 2018
August 6 and 13, 2018
5:00-7:00pm and 7:00-9:00PM
*Teams will be assigned a time slot each week, two teams per time slot. Format will be one hour of team training followed by a game. Teams and schedules will be released once registration is closed.*
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Bryn Boucher (Tufts)
Carly O’Connell (Umass Lowell)
Kelsey McGovern (Harvard)
For more information please contact:
Senior Manager, New England
Coordinator, New England