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Fall Box Lacrosse Training & Skill Sessions

Fall 2021 Box Lacrosse Training / Skill Sessions

Fall 2021 Box Training / Skill Sessions

6th-7th-8th Grade.

Dates: Wednesday's, October  6, 13, 20, 27, 2021

Wednesday's November 3, 10, 17, 20121

Times: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Arena: Myers Pavilion 4300 West Bay Ave. Baltimore, Md 21225

Registration Opening Soon on Stone Alley.  

Cost $350.00

Equipment: All players (runners) must have full equipment (helmet, boys lacrosse stick, shoulder & elbow pads, gloves, cup, mouthguard, rib pads, and bicep pads).  All players should wear sneakers, no cleats on the floor.


Jordan Hall: 








College career

Hall attended the University of Delaware, where he played alongside Alex Smith to help the Blue Hens reach the 2007 NCAA Division I Men's Final Four.  In 2006, he was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year.

Professional career

Hall was selected in the first round (first overall) by the New York Titans of the National Lacrosse League in the 2007 NLL Entry Draft. A lacrosse scout said that Hall was "the most NLL-ready player in the draft".  Hall was awarded "Rookie of the Month" honors in March of the 2008 NLL season.  Hall also joined the Rochester Rattlers of Major League Lacrosse midseason from Chicago, helping the team to its first MLL title in 2008.

During the 2009 NLL season, he was named a reserve to the All-Star game.

Hall played two years in New York and moved with the team to Orlando, where he played one more year before the team disbanded. Hall was picked up by the Rochester Knighthawks in the dispersal draft. After two years in Rochester, Hall was traded to the Philadelphia Wings as part of a blockbuster deal involving Paul Rabil and Dan Dawson.[6] Two years later Hall would find himself back with the Rochester Knighthawks when the newly named New England Black Wolves traded him to Rochester for the 11th and 28th overall picks in 2014, as well as a 2015 1st round pick.

Currently playing for Georga Swarm:


2018-19: Recorded 67 points (19G, 48A), 92 loose balls, and 10 caused turnovers in the expansion Philadelphia Wings inaugural season.

2017-18: Posted 32 points (14G, 18A) in 10 games for the Swarm, finishing with a 24.6 S%.

2017: Won the 2017 NLL Sportsmanship Award. Helped the Swarm sweep in the postseason with 18 points (12G, 6A). In regular season play, totaled 80 points (20G, 60A – a career-best) with 70 loose balls.

2016: Between the Rochester Knighthawks and New England Black Wolves, tallied 59 points (22G, 37A), 101 loose balls, and 6 caused turnovers.

2015: Put up 64 points (25G, 39A) with the Rochester Knighthawks, finishing with 72 loose balls, 10 caused turnovers, and a 19.4 S%.

2014: Finished the season with 76 points (34G, 42A),  95 loose balls, and a 22.2 S% while on the Philadelphia Wings roster.

2013: Recorded 42 points (14G, 28A) with the Philadelphia Wings, adding on 78 loose balls.

2012: Won his first Champion’s Cup with the Rochester Knighthawks after a 31-point (7G, 24A) season.

2011: Put up 40 points (18G, 22A) with 58 loose balls and a career-best 25.7 S% while with the Rochester Knighthawks.

2010: With the Orlando Titans, named to the 2010 NLL All-Pro Second Team and finished the season with 74 points (16G, 58A) and 67 loose balls.

2009: Posted a career-high 81 points (25G, 56A), 97 loose balls, and a 22.5 S% with the New York Titans. Named to the 2009 NLL All-Pro Second Team.

2008: Named to the 2008 NLL All-Rookie Team after a 69-point (24G, 45A) rookie campaign, collecting a career-high 109 loose balls with the New York Titans.

Hall also plays summer box lacrosse in his native British Columbia with the New Westminster Salmonbellies of the Western Lacrosse Association. In 2006, he was named the winner of the league's Ed Bailey Trophy as the year's top rookie.

Matt Dunn: 

PLL "Matthew Dunn has proven to be a rock at the back for the Whipsnakes in both 2019 and 2020. Following a stellar 2019 season, Dunn took his performances to another level at the Championship Series. Guiding his team to another title, Dunn was named the Dave Pietramala Defensive Player of the Year and named to the All-Tournament Team. Dunn is a Baltimore, Maryland native where he attended Loyola Blakefield. While playing at the University of Maryland, Dunn was a 2x Division I All-American. Dunn was also a 2x Professional Lacrosse All-Star and their 2018 Defensive Player of the Year. Dunn was selected to the 2019 PLL All-Star Team. Dunn stated the highlight of his 2019 season was winning the PLL Championship alongside his teammates. His favorite food is chicken parm and his favorite movie is American Pie."

NLL 2019-20 SEASON

Notable Performances: Collected 4 loose balls and caused a turnover against the Wings (1/31)


2018-19: Concluded his rookie season with 6 points (1G, 5A), 36 loose balls, and 5 caused turnovers.


2016: Finished all four seasons with the University of Maryland as a defenseman. During his senior season, scored a goal, matched a collegiate career-high 17 ground balls, and caused 8 turnovers in 17 games.

2015: In 15 games played, picked up 13 ground balls and caused a collegiate career-high 11 caused turnovers.

2014: As a sophomore for the Terrapins, handed out an assist, set a collegiate career-high in ground balls with 17, and caused 9 turnovers.

2013: Played in 14 games as a freshman, collecting 8 ground balls and causing 4 turnovers.


Signed as a free agent to a two-year deal (9/6/2018) Georga Swarm.