Indoor, Summer Box Lacrosse - 8 Week Program

Back for our 5th summer playing Indoor Box Lacrosse at Longevity Sports Center.


MovinUp Lacrosse is excited to have our very own Indoor Box Lacrosse League. Each week two teams will be evenly split up. Teams will have a desired coach for the day helping with all lacrosse skills. Games will be an hour long in length, with score being kept. All Indoor Box Lacrosse National Rules will be enforced. Sneakers must be worn “no cleats.” All equipment must be worn including mouth piece. You will not be allowed on the field if you are not fully equipped. We have cut the number of registrations down to insure enough playing time for each player. This will be a lot of fun and we look forward to seeing you there.

Some of these benefits include:

The tight confines, reps, smaller nets and fast pace of the game helps develop a different skill set than traditional outdoor only players.


  • Increased shot accuracy
  • Improved stick fakes
  • Greater shot variety
  • Screen shooting
  • Stick protection
  • Picking up ground balls in traffic


  • How to generate space off ball
  • Better understanding of the pick and roll
  • Using your body to generate space in tight areas
  • Dodging after contact


  • Offseason training
  • Defensive footwork


Wednesdays Starting Week Of June 7th – August 2nd 2017
(June 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 2)

  • 7:30-8:30pm JV Level Grades 8th, 9th and 10th
  • 8:30-9:30pm Varsity Level Grades 11th and 12th (Post Grads Are Welcome)

Why Play Indoor Lacrosse?

 What is Box Lacrosse?

Box lacrosse, also known as indoor lacrosse, is played in hockey rinks with the ice removed. Two teams of six players and a goalie, similar to hockey, compete against one another. The nets are 4’X4’ rather than a traditional 6’x6’ and goalies use their bodies and padding like a hockey goalie to stop shots. Players are always near the ball.

Why Play Box Lacrosse?

Over the past 5 years, there has been an explosion of Canadians entering the NCAA. College coaches took notice after the 2006 world championships in which Canada beat the US for the first time in over 30 years.

“Box lacrosse has made me a better overall lacrosse player. Indoor has improved my field game and playing it has increased my passion for the sport.” 
– Casey Powell, former All-American and US National Team Captain


Summer 2017 Indoor Box Lacrosse Registration


Price goes up to $230 after June 1.

$200 Until June 1st, $230 After - 8 Weeks

Only 25 players will be allowed per session. Levels are based on current grade they just finished school.