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New Varsity Coach - Tyler Quinn
by posted 10/15/2018



I am Tyler Quinn and I will be the Head coach at Hudsonville this up coming year. 

I started playing lacrosse in 8th grade at Forest Hills Central. I started playing long stick midfielder since 2011. While in high school I was awarded 1st team All-State my junior and senior years and won a state championship with Forest Hills Central in 2012.

I played college lacrosse at Grand Valley State University and was awarded 1st team All-American freshman year and 2nd team All-American my sophomore and junior years. We won a national championship my freshman year. 

I had the pleasure of being head JV coach for Hudsonville last year, and I am looking forward to leading the Hudsonville program next year.

Go Eagles!

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True Box Lacrosse Try Outs - Michigan Mighty Ducks
by posted 10/15/2018

Michigan Mighty Ducks Box Lacrosse Program

Box lacrosse is extremely important in the development of all lacrosse players. Box is played at a much faster pace in a much smaller area. Stick skills and lacrosse IQ have got to be top notch to keep up. In recent years we have seen the success translate over to NCAA lacrosse. Many schools are heading their way to Canada for recruiting. It only makes sense for us to jump on board and provide our players with the same opportunities! This year our box program is being taken to a new level. We have re-branded our travel box lacrosse teams as the Michigan Mighty Ducks and will pride ourselves on offering the best box lacrosse training in the state of Michigan. Our players will have individual skill sessions on both sides of the state and two team training camps that will simulate an NLL style training camp weekend. All players must have a valid USBOXLA number.

One of the biggest additions to our program this year is the Toronto Rock Invitational. Each player will receive a 1.5 hour private skill session at the Air Canada Center downtown Toronto (Where the Rock, Raptors and Leafs play). this skill session will be led by NLL Legend Colin Doyle and other NLL players. Following the clinic the players will all receive a ticket for the Toronto Rock v San Diego Seals NLL Game. The following day each team will compete in a game against a Rock development team and then we will do a second combined game with the Rock team. 

Michigan Mighty Ducks Tryouts

Date: Saturday, December 1st 
Location: Lax Haus 
5/6 Grade: 11am - Noon
7/8 Grade: Noon - 1pm 
9/10th Grade: 1pm - 2pm
11/12th Grade: 2pm - 3pm



Cam Holding

2014 MLL Champion - Denver Outlaws 
2014 FIL Champion - Team Canada 
Current player for  San Diego Seals 
2018 MCLA Coach of the year
2018 MCLA Champion - Michigan State 

Zach Currier

Current player for Calgary Roughnecks 
2018 NLL Rookie of the Year
2018 MLL Champion - Denver Outlaws 
2018 FIL - Team Canada Member
NCAA Lacrosse Player - Princeton University 


Zach Palmer

Johns Hopkins Alumni 
Former NLL Player
Ohio Machine Player 
Hill Academy


Colin Doyle

6 time NLL Champion with Toronto Rock 
2005 NLL League MVP 
MLL Champion with Hamilton Nationals 

Team Training Camps

December 30th 
January 27th

Location: Lax Haus 
Time: 10am - 5pm 

Training Camp Schedule 
2 Practices 
Team Building


Grand Rapids Individual Training Sessions

Grades 5/6/7/8
Location - LAX HAUS 
Time: 8pm-9:30pm 
December - 11, 18
January - 8, 15, 22, 29
February - 5, 12, 19

Grades 9/10/11/12
Location: Lax Haus 
Time: 8pm-9:30pm
December - 13, 20
January - 10, 17, 24, 31
February - 7, 14, 21

Detroit Individual Training Sessions

Grades 5/6/7/8
Location - TBD
Time: 8pm-9:30pm 
December - 10, 17
January - 7, 14, 21, 28
February - 4, 11, 18

Grades 9/10/11/12
Location: Lax Haus 
Time: 8pm-9:30pm
December - 12, 19
January - 9, 16, 23, 30
February - 6, 13, 20

Battle at the Barn

January 12/13 
Ft. Wayne, Indiana 
Tournament Details 

Rock Invite

February 15/16 
Toronto, ON, Canada

This will include a 1.5 hour clinic led by Colin Doyle and a ticket to the Toronto Rock v San Diego Seals game Friday February 15th. 

The GoodLand

February 22-24
Milwaukee, WI
Tournament Details


Cam Holding

True Michign Box Director

Phone: (517) 648-3476


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Westside Box Lacrosse League
by posted 09/17/2018


Box lacrosse is a different style of lax that is played indoors.  There are many benefits to playing box lacrosse in the off season.  The game is a little faster as it is played on a smaller field.  It helps improve stick skills and decision making.  All players use short sticks so it helps improve position defense.  The nets are smaller with bigger goalie pads which makes it harder to score.  This helps improve shooting and finishing and creates more transition play.  Box lax requires constant substitutions for more playtime and reps!  There are so many benefits but the most important is that it is fun!!!



  • 6 on 6 Indoor Lacrosse
  • 2, 20 min halves
  • 4 x 4 goals w/ big goalies (goalie gear provided)
  • All players use short sticks (def included)
  • 5 week league, 10 Games
  • Drop in style Lacrosse
  • Player Maximums
  • On field instruction!
  • 10 minute instructional warmup
  • Player substitution and rotations


@ Soccer Stop Sportsplex - Cost $150.00

Tuesdays & Thursdays Oct 30 - Dec 6 (off Thanksgiving week)


  • Middle School League 7th & 8th- 4:00-5:00 
  • Elementary League 4th, 5th & 6th- 5:00-6:00



"American field players would really help themselves if they were exposed to a steady stream of box experience. Box lacrosse is an extremely valuable background for a young player, we need to incorporate more of the indoor skills in to the field game. It is almost a requirement to have a top player with indoor experience on your roster right now."  -Dom Starsia Virginia Head Coach

"I believe that box lacrosse gives young people many more opportunities to excel in our game. If I had my choice, I would have every player under the age of twelve play box lacrosse exclusively or at least a majority of the time. 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 to young people on a 110 x 60 yard 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 Denver Head Coach

These leagues are a great way to continue to play and train in the off season and improve your stick skills and game time decision making.  They are fast, fun and functional.  Our staff is constantly coaching on the field throughout the game and rotating players for equal playtime.  We set player maximums and expect all of our leagues to fill up so SIGN UP NOW!  Please contact coach Greer with any questions or concerns.  Registration is attached or go to... 
Go to our BOX LACROSSE page for more info on the game and potential travel Box Teams.
The best way to get better is to play.  Get ready for the season with lots of playtime and fun.

Have Fun. Improve. Compete.

Class and Respect 
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