The Mission of our program is to provide another off-season opportunity for youth and high school age lacrosse players to improve their skills in a fun, new and exciting format designed to keep their interest and to advance the game.
The Mission of Beltway Box Lacrosse is to provide a local, high-quality off-season lacrosse opportunity for players' skill, knowledge and fitness development using a fun and exciting hybrid format of box lacrosse (no boarding, cross checking or take out checks). The program is designed to keep the players having fun, learning lacrosse and motivated to play more. Beltway Box Lacrosse is the edgy alternative providing cutting edge lacrosse training to level the playing field. The "box" is located in Alexandria. To join the mailing list, please click Register Online at the left of the screen.
Honor the game. Think outside the box -- play in it!
The Beltway Box Lacrosse Coaching and Operations Team
Director of Training-Coach Kyle Guadagnolo
Beltway Box Lacrosse is fortunate to benefit from a quality team of experienced lacrosse coaches to serve as excellent resources for player development.
Director of Training and Coach: Kyle Guadagnolo
Kyle grew up playing field and box lacrosse lacrosse and football and is a graduate of Jordan-Elbridge High School in Jordan, New York. Kyle started at defense for 4 years for Syracuse University and was team Captain and an All American on the 2008 NCAA Divison I National Championship team. He was the 18th draft pick in the 2008 Major League Lacrosse (pro field) player draft and played for the Rochester Rattlers in 2008. He currently plays for the Rattlers (former Chicago Machine). In the 2008 National Lacrosse League (pro indoor) draft, the Rochester Knighthawks selected Kyle as the 29th pick and he played for the Knighthawks in the 2009 NLL season. For the 2009-2010 season, Kyle was a member of the Knighthawks practice squad. In 2010, Kyle was the Varsity Assistant Coach at J. E. B. Stuart High School in Falls Church.
Coach: Paul Grabowski
Paul played high school lacrosse in the storied West Genessee, New York program, where playing box lacrosse is a given and part of the programs success. He then played at Clarkson University. He is a long-time youth coach with Fort Hunt and he still plays the game. He is US Lacrosse Level II certified and has been a presenter at US Lacrosse coaching seminars.
Coach: James Schiefer, Jr.
James played goalie for Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria before a 4-year career for ODAC Conference member Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA. Following graduation in 2006, James was an Assistant Coach at Bishop Ireton. He currently plays goalie at the post-collegiate club level for the Washington-based Coors Light team of the American Lacrosse League. James is a Fort Hunt youth lacrosse alumnus.
Coach: Jon Reed
Jon played high school lacrosse in Northern Virginia just as the sport was appearing on the scene. He has captained men's box lacrosse teams in the Metro Area Box Lacrosse League. He has coached with Ft. Hunt youth lacrosse, Mt. Vernon Summer League, Alexandria Travel Lacrosse Club, and Mt. Vernon High School. He is the Head Coach at Bishop Ireton and still plays the game at the club level.
Coach: Broughan Fanning
Broughan played youth lacrosse with Ft. Hunt and then midfield for Gonzaga College High School and The University of Mary Washington, where he was a defensive stand out. He is currently an Assistant Coach with the varsity at T.C. Williams High School.
Coach: Tyler Zimmer
Tyler played attack for the Bishop ireton and Marymount University varsity teams. He currently plays club lacrosse for Blue Moon in the American Lacrosse League.
Coach: Brendan Cox
Brendan played at Paul VI high school in Fairfax and Radford Univeristy. He currently plays mens box lacrosse in the Metro Area Box Lacrosse League and is an Assistant Coach and head JV Coach at T. C. Williams High School.
Coach: John Carver
John played club team lacrosse at Ferrum College in Southwestern Virginia. Following college, John coached with the Vienna youth lacrosse program and as Assistant Coach for 5 years at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria. Most recently, John has coached for the Alexandria Lacrosse Club in the Boys U-11, U-13, and U-15 divisions of the NVYLL for the last 5 years and has coached youth tournament teams and clinics. In 2010, John assisted in coaching the T.C. Williams JV team and he still plays the game.
Director: David Phippen
David has degrees from the University of Virginia and Washington and Lee University. He played played midfield for several years with the Atlanta Lacrosse Club before retiring to coaching. David has coached multiple youth sports teams in Alexandria, including 7 seasons with the Alexandria Lacrosse Club in the Boys U-9, U-11, and U-13 divisions of the NVYLL. David has run skills clinics, coached Fairfax Fall Brawl and Ice Breaker tournament teams for ALC, and completed Positive Coaching Alliance Dual Goal workshop and US Lacrosse coaching programs.