TC Lacrosse will be directing Minnesota's FIRST USBOXLA Sanctioned League for HS aged players. Players that register for a TC team will have one 90min training session and one 60min game per week. Players will register individually at TC website and be placed on teams (players in similar programs & proximity grouped together).
TC Lacrosse will assign each team a former NLL professional player as their head coach. This will be your chance to learn box lacrosse by those that actually played the sport in Canada or at the professional level.
Each TC team will play vs other travel team (Loons, True, Frog, , Gophers, 36).
TC Player Fee: $295
**Players will be playing REAL BOX LACROSSE. Bicep pads & kidney pads are STRONGLY ENCOURGED>
TC Staff will teach players the intricacies and skill sets of 'traditional" box lacrosse. TC Directors will put players through a series of dynamic box lacrosse drills that will promote a tremendous amount of growth in a players stick skills, shooting, and dodging. Players will receive "Real Box Lacrosse" teaching by those that grew up in Canada or played professionally in the NLL.
What Players Can Expect:
- Lots of REPS
- Increased stick skills & accuracy
- High Tempo / Dynamic Drills
- Off Ball awareness
All Games played at Burnsville Blast
Click HERE to obtain USBOXLA Membership.
*All players must be USBOXLA members to participate in this league.
All sessions at Burnsville Soccer Blast
TC Team Practices: Monday's 4-530pm (or the hour before our game)
HS B Division (Tuesday's)
Times: 7pm-10pm range
Dates: Nov 5,12,19 Dec 3,10,17
HS A Division: (Thursday's)
Times: 7pm-10pm range
Dates: Nov 7, 14,21 Dec 5,12,19
“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."
- Bill Tierney, 7x NCAA DI Champion, Head Coach for University of Denver
"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?"
-Coach Dom Starsia, 4x NCAA Champion, Head coach for University of Virginia