Patriot Lacrosse offers lacrosse camps, clinics, elite teams, box lacross, summer lacrosse leagues, youth winter leagues, and many more opportunities to take your game to the next level whether you are a beginner or advanced athlete. With coaches from the

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Patriot Elite Box Lacrosse Program


Patriot Elite Box Lacrosse will be fielding 4  teams this winter, Varsity (10th, 11th, 12th Grades), JV (9th Grade), 7th/8th Grade Team and 5th/6th Grade Team


As a part of the Patriot Lacrosse Select Box Program, each field player will receive:


  • Sublimated Box Lacrosse Uniform

  • 7  Box Lacrosse Practices

  • 3 or 4 Local Competitions (Full Length Games v. Club Programs)

  • 1 Tournament

  • Tuition of $990 (All Goalies $250) (Patriot Elite Summer Team member $900)

  • Each team will be made up of 12 Runners + 2 Goalies.  


Patriot Lacrosse Box Lacrosse Staff:

Chuck Ruebling, Coach and Director; John Naslonski, Coach and Director; Kevin Simmons, Coach; Mike Smith, Coach; Jesse Kolodin, Coach; Derek Ruebling, Coach


Why Patriot Elite Box Lacrosse?  


  • Limited Roster Size

  • A New Skill Set Which Translates to Greater Success Indoors and Outdoors

  • Guaranteed to Take Your Game to the Next Level

  • It’s Fast Paced, It’s Rugged and It’s Fun



  • 7 Practices and 4 Games, Thursdays @ Inline Morristown, November 30; December 7, 14, 21; January 4, 11, 18, 25; February 1, 8, 15. Game dates are TBD

  • 1 Tournament: NXT Philly Indoor, (HS Saturday Feb. 17th; 7th/8th Sunday, Feb. 18th; 5th/6th Monday, Feb 19th)



Registrants may attend either or both tryouts



Wednesday, September 27th:

  • Grades 5/6  (Grad Years 2025, 2024): 5pm

  • Grades 7/8 (Grad Years 2022 & 2023): 6pm

Grades 9/10/11/12 Team (Grad Years 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018): 7pm



Saturday, September 30th:

  • Grades 5/6  (Grad Years 2025, 2024): 9am

  • Grades 7/8 (Grad Years 2022 & 2023): 10am

Grades 9/10/11/12 Team (Grad Years 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018): 11am






Box lacrosse is one of the fastest ways to increase a player's stick skill proficiency and overall effectiveness. The fast pace and minimal stoppages lead to more repetitions for everyone and acceleration in learning and mastery of lacrosse skills.  Canadian youth players start playing box lacrosse first and do not transition into field lacrosse until middle school or higher and  have been accelerating their presence in the U.S college game, they are rapidly turning out  some of the most dominant players on every collegiate level.


Players will be taught all aspects of Canadian style indoor lacrosse skills including the following:


  • Shooting Accuracy

  • Faking Proficiency

  • Stickhandling In Tight Spaces

  • Pick and Roll Offense/Defense

  • Two-Man Game