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Winter Box Lacrosse 2018/2019

Yetis Winter Box Lacrosse Series 2018

Registration HERE

No experience necessary

Elementary: $120 *plus USBOXLA Membership $45

Junior High: $140 *plus USBOXLA Membership $45

High School: $140 *plus USBOXLA Membership $45

USBOXLA Membership:

Teams will be formed after the first practice and will be based on geographic location and skill/ability: North, Central, South or other factors

5 games guaranteed, team pinnies for purchase if needed(same as last season)

Divisions: High School Grades 9-12, Junior High Grades 6-8, Elementary grades 3-5

Schedule:  Sundays at the Olympic Sports Center

December 16th (practice)

December 30th: Game 1

January 6th: Game 2

January 13th Game 3

January 20th Game 4

February 10th playoff/Championship 

*schedule subject to modification due to turnout or other factors

*Must provide own gear, please contact if this is a problem


2 sets of Box Goalie Gear Provided

USBOXLA rules box lacrosse

3- 15 minute periods

No timeouts

min-10 max-18 man roster

*USBOXLA membership is $45, Please visit >>>choose membership type: Player or Family>>>for Choose your Sanctioned League/Event select: Yetis Lacrosse (WA)

USBOXLA membership is required prior to play.

*US Box Lacrosse is at the forefront of real box lacrosse in the United States and provides individual insurance to members as well as a guarantee that the program has gone through mandatory training and certifications that meet the USBOXLA standards. More information can be found here USBOXLA

Why Play Box?

Play Box, Get Better

I think all young kids should play box first.
– Coach John Desko, Syracuse University Men's Lacrosse

Stick Skills, Lacrosse IQ and Decision Making, More Touches, Off-Ball Movement, Faster Play, Everybody Plays Defense, Shooting Accuracy 4x4 goals instead of 6x6.

6X NCAA Championship Coach Bill Tierney, University of Denver:

“If I had my choice, I would have every player under the age of 12 play box lacrosse exclusively or at least a majority of the time.  The number of touches of the ball and the ability to develop better stick skills in a game of box lacrosse far surpasses what happens on a field.  Learning how to pass and catch in traffic, understanding how to shoot, and developing a sense of physicality are all positive traits developed by the box game.”

MLL/NLL All-Star Paul Rabil:

“Being a part of the finesse and physicality of box lacrosse has been a great experience for me. I feel that I have learned and improved as an overall lacrosse player. Learning to adapt in tight space while reading defenders and offensive players has been the biggest improvement in my game.”

4x NCAA Championship Coach Dom Starsia, University of Virginia:

"When you watch Canadian kids score, when you see their skill level around the cage, you wonder to yourself, 'Jeez, are we teaching kids [in the U.S.] the wrong things?"

MLL/NLL All-Star Casey Powell:

“I knew that if I wanted to be one of the best players in the world, I would have to dedicate myself to both the indoor and the outdoor game. Playing indoor lacrosse has been a great thing for my career.”

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