The Q4 Box Lacrosse Team
We started the Q4 Box Lacrosse program to provide another level of development for players. Box lacrosse is proven to be one of the best tools for lacrosse players to develop their game on the field. With the fast paced play, high number of touches, and play in tight spaces, box lacrosse forces players out of their comfort zone and helps them develop in a much different way than they do playing field lacrosse year-round. Most of the best lacrosse players in the world are playing box and have been from a young age. It is a phenomenal way to improve your lacrosse skills and it is great for all ages!
Q4 Box Lacrosse is open to any player from any club team! We do not offer summer/fall club lacrosse and remain club neutral, so our box lacrosse program is open to any player who is interested!
*18 players per team*
DATES & LOCATION
1/2 - 2/13
Inman Sports Complex
2-3 Local Games*
+ Game Film
Uniform & Shorts
*With the expectation that traveling to tournaments will not be possible, we will schedule local games vs. various clubs
Join us on Saturday December 12th for Kraken Team Tryouts! Players will be put through box lacrosse drills and game play with the Q4 Kraken coaches.
$20 per player
Why Box Lacrosse?
Take it from the best
“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.”
– Paul Rabil, PLL Founder, NLL & MLL All-Star, NCAA All-American
“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.”
-Casey Powell, MLL/NLL All-Star
“I believe that box lacrosse gives young people many more opportunities to excel in our game. If I had my choice, I would have every player under the age of twelve 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 to young people on a 110 x 60 yard 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.”
– Bill Tierney, US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Denver University Head Coach, Princeton 6x National Champion, Team USA 1998