NJ Sixers

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Play box lacrosse with the only NJ program fully staffed by actual box lacrosse players. Learn from 3 of the most accomplished American box players to ever play in the NLL, on a program backed by the most trusted organization in the country. The NJ Sixers will field a 7/8 team and a 9/10 team, prepare with winter practices, and compete in 2 tournaments in 2018.


Mitch Belisle: 7/8 Head Coach + Program Defensive Coordinator

  • 10-Year NLL Career (Titans, Blazers, Swarm)
  • 2017 NLL Champion - Georgia Swarm
  • 2011 NLL All-Star
  • US Men's National Box Team 2011

Bill McGlone: 9/10 Head Coach + Curriculum Director

  • 8-Year NLL Career (Shamrox, Rock, Wings)
  • US Men's National Box Team 2011
  • NLL All-Rookie Team

Ryan Boyle: Assistant Coach + Program Offensive Coordinator

  • 7-Year NLL Career (Titans, Wings)
  • NLL Champions Cup Finalist - Orlando Titans
  • NLL Rookie of the Year
  • NLL All Star


  • Grades 7/8: Graduation Years 2022 + 2023
  • Grades 9/10: Graduation Years 2020 + 2021

**The NJ Sixers are intended to augment players' existing rec / middle school / club seasons and will run from Nov-Jan**


  • Size: 18 Runners + 2 Goalies
  • Positional Breakdown:
  • Forwards: 3-4 Right-Handed + 3-4 Left-Handed
  • Transition: 2-4
  • Defense: 6-8
  • Goalies*: 1-2 

*Goalie equipment will be provided


What the legends are saying about box lacrosse

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 on a 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

When you watch Canadian kids score, when you see their skill level around the cage, you wonder to yourself, 'Jeez, are we teaching kids [in the U.S.] the wrong things?'

-Dom Starsia

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