Sport Resource Group's ProWall a Must for Box Training

An SRG ProWall setup at Goucher College.

This article appears in the December edition of USA Lacrosse Magazine. Join our momentum.

Minneapolis-based Sport Resource Group has supplied more than 140 ProWall Box Lacrosse Systems around the world.

ProWall is made of high-density plastic that is durable enough to withstand professional lacrosse shots and versatile enough to be set up by players, coaches and volunteers in a temporary or permanent manner.

Top programs and coaches in the world have learned the secret of box lacrosse training.

“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,” Hall of Fame coach Bill Tierney once said.

When asked about the ProWall Box Lacrosse System, another leading college coach replied, “You have created a product that is both exciting and beneficial for American lacrosse players. Thank you.”

This year, the Goucher College men’s lacrosse team purchased a ProWall system for fall and winter training. Coach Kyle Hannan fell in love with the product and made the acquisition of a box lacrosse system one of his top offseason priorities.

“The ProWall Box Lacrosse System has been a major addition to our program,” said Hannan, who had a highly successful run at Goucher from 2001-12 and recently returned to the helm there following stops at Mercer and Queens (N.C.). “Incorporating this new dynamic into our training is a game changer.”

Hannan has also been impressed with how often players meet up on their own within the ProWall system during non-scheduled training times.

“The players play themselves into better players,” he said. “Due to the significant increase in player development, players have spent much more time in the ProWall system than on the field. The Goucher College lacrosse program is much better off having a ProWall Box Lacrosse System.”

In addition to being extremely easy to set up and take down, ProWall costs about half as much as traditional steel and aluminum systems. ProWall’s portable anchoring panels allow you to assemble a portable system with no anchoring or penetration into your turf or floor. Or you can choose concrete anchors or steel posts for semi-permanent anchoring.

Currently, a typical 180-by-80-foot ProWall Box Lacrosse System with corners, upper containment above ends, gate panels and your choice of anchoring is being offered to USA Lacrosse members for less than $45,000 plus shipping. Accessories such as an upgrade to upper containment acrylic, team/penalty boxes and custom colors are also available.

To learn more about Sport Resource Group, visit or call (612) 584-3030.

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