Coronado Box Lacrosse is currently looking for players up to the middle school age.
The Coronado Islanders Youth Program is the community run feeder system for the Coronado High School Lacrosse Program. This program is run through the Coronado community by a group of dedicated volunteer parents, Coronado High School and other knowledgeable coaches, and the high school booster program. This not for profit model keeps costs low providing a tremendous value for families and a high-quality experience for the players. The Coronado High School program is founded on the principles of Family + Community + School = Lacrosse. Our players put family first, are leaders within the community and are in good standing academically. Our team of experienced coaches will ensure that your player has a fun and family oriented experience while learning the important life lessons that team sports offer.
What is Box Lacrosse?
Box lacrosse is played on an indoor soccer turf or roller hockey stadium and features more speed, more passing, and more scoring than traditional field lacrosse. Coaches love it for keeping players progressing their skills in the off season and giving them a unique opportunity to hone stick and communications skills.
2019 Fall Box League
- The Islanders will be entering Grade 7/8, 5/6 & 3/4 teams in the 3D Fall Box League.
- If numbers warrant we will make multiple teams per division.
- Box is played 6 v 6 and we will carry 12-15 players on each team.
- This opportunity is open to players of all ability levels but they must live in Coronado.
- Games will all be played on Sundays & will be preceded by a 45 minute practice. No weekday practices.
- Players are required to have a current US Lacrosse membership. This is a 3D Lacrosse requirement and provides for supplemental insurance coverage. For more information on US Lacrosse and to become a member go to www.uslacrosse.org.
- Fall Box League registration deadline is September 1.
ABOUT CORONADO HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE
- 229-79 (2002-2015), 77% Winning Percentage
- 3 CIF Championships, 11 Conference Championships
- 24 High School All American Athletes
- 36 NCAA Collegiate Players
- 5 NCAA All-Americans
- 2009 Top 25 National High School Ranking