When taught, played and reffed correctly USBOXLA is singlehandedly the best development tool at any level of the game. The challenge of the USBOXLA game is what pushes these players beyond any field setting could and it’s so much fun to play
– Matt Brown, 2014 Team Canada World Cup Gold, 2015 NCAA Champion University of Denver
Arizona Box Lacrosse is now a sanctioned league and organization with the United States Box Lacrosse Association(USBOXLA), a non-profit, 501c3 organization whose mission is to develop and promote youth Box lacrosse in the USA through a unified organization that provides high value services, programs and benefits to its members.
USBOXLA provides a common structure and governance for nationwide youth Box lacrosse leagues, tournaments, and travel teams. Additionally, USBOXLA provides support and member benefits to Indoor Sport Facility Owners/Managers, league operators, coaches and referees to assist their Box lacrosse efforts.
USBOXLA Member Benefits Include:
Liability and property damage insurance for Sport Facilities, Box lacrosse league operators, coaches and referees.
Ability to play the game of Box Lacrosse without compromising the integrity of game play while ensuring the safety of its participants.
Player excess medical insurance and liability insurance coverage.
Official Box Lacrosse training materials, Official USBOXLA Rule and Situational hand book and certification for coaches and referees.
Starting with our House Leagues at Bonsall Park (May 7, 2016) and the Ice Den (June 20, 2016) all youth payers must be a member of USBOXLA. With this membership you will receive all of the above benefits along with the piece of mind that you are part of the best box lacrosse organization in the country!
2016 Spring Box Camp
Arizona Box Lacrosse will hold a box lacrosse camp prior to the USBOXLA House League at Bonsall Park featuring GCU’s Senior Attackman Dean Fairall and Freshman Middie Cam Wengreniuk.
The camp will run May 4th & 5th and be capped at 25 players per division. Players will be taught the aspects of Canadian box lacrosse including;
Stickhandling In Tight Spaces
Pick and Roll Offense/Defense Systems
Both Dean and Cam grew up playing box lacrosse in Canada. Dean Fairall is from St. Albert, Alberta, Lacrosse Magazine’s MCLA’s 2016 preseason Player of the Year and a 2015 1st Team All-American. Cam is from Edmonton, Alberta currently averaging 3.5 pts per game for GCU.
Where: Bonsall Park Hockey Rink, 59th Ave & Bethany Home, Glendale