DateTimeItemLocation
Jan 28th6:30-8:00pmTryouts  REGISTERDry Ice Arena, Oakland
March 4th7:15-8:30pmSupplemental Tryouts  REGISTERDry Ice Arena, Oakland
June 199am-3pmTraining CampBladium, Alameda
June 209am-3pmTraining CampBladium, Alameda
June 219am-3pmTraining CampBladium, Alameda
June 25th-June29thTBDBCTOURVancouver, BC
June 30-July 3TBDCalgary Canada Day TournamentCalgary. AB
Aug 3TBD eveningPracticeSilver Creek Sportsplex, San Jose
Aug 49-11amUSBOXLA AcademySilver Creek Sportsplex, San Jose
Aug 4-6TBDUSBOXLA NationalsSilver Creek Sportsplex, San Jose

TOURNAMENTS FOR Cali*Lax ALL-STARS Midget B (2002)

Canadian Tour (2 parts)
BC Training Camp (BCTOUR) Followed directly by Calgary Canada Day Tournament
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Part#1 BCTOUR (Detailed Info)
June 25th (anytime) – June 29th, 2017
Vancouver, BC
Other Age Groups Attending BCTOUR: Bantam (03/04)

Now in its 3rd successful year.  Cali*Lax ALL-STARS join the University of Denver’s youth developmental team Denver Elite on this 4 day intense training camp playing some of the top talent in western Canada.  The camp is a pre-Canada Day primer for both Colorado and California clubs and are run by University of Denver Associate Head Coach and USBOXLA co-founder Matt Brown, and Cali*Lax ALL-Stars founder, former NLL Captain and National Team Director Shaydon Santos and former Colorado Mammoth leader and Dever Elite coach John Gallant.

The bantams and midgets will arrive in Vancouver on the evening of  Sunday June 25th with morning clinics scheduled on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday. They will also take part in afternoon scrimmages against teams from B.C. clubs like the Coquitlam Adanacs , New Westminster Salmonbellies and Langley Thunder.

Both founding USBOXLA clubs will then travel to Calgary on Friday, their Canada Day game play beginning on Saturday against top Canadian teams.

 


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Part#2 Calgary Canada Day Tournament (Detailed info)
Calgary, Alberta Canada
June 30-July 3rd, 2017

One of the oldest and biggest lacrosse tournaments in the world. The greatest and most intense lacrosse experience of the year for both the players and their parents. If you’re new to it – it’s an eye opener!  This is Box Lacrosse and the Canada Day Tournament it’s a great well organized event the Cali*Lax ALL-STARS have been attending for the last 7 years. 8 rinks in 1 venue make this the second biggest box lacrosse facility in the world.

Other Age Groups Attending:
Pee Wee (06/05), Bantam (04/03)

 

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San Jose, CA
Aug 4-6th, 2017

The National Championship of US Box Lacrosse. The Silver Creek Sportplex in San Jose plays host to the biggest and most competitive Box Lacrosse Tournament on US soil. Last year 50 teams from places like Ohio, Denver, Washington, California, Pennsylvania, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, New York, Connecticut, Minnesota, BC and Alberta.  This year the tournament will increase capacity to 65 of the countries finest teams.

Other Age Groups Attending:
Novice, Pee Wee A, Bantam A, Midget A, Midget B, High School Elite A

TRAINING CAMPS FOR Cali*Lax ALL-STARS Midget B (2002)

Training Camp #1
Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget B

Bladium, Alameda
June 19-21st, 2017
9am-3pm each day on floor
Overnight options available (drop off June 19th at 9am and pick up June 21st at 3pm)

Training Camp #2 at USBOXLA Nationals
Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget B, Midget A, High School Elite

San Jose, Silver Creek Sportsplex
Aug 3, 2017  evening (TBD)
Aug 4, 2017 9am-11am (USBOXLA Academy – additional $65 fee)

TEAM FEE

$1950