Mens Lacrosse- 10 Players from each team making a total of 20 players on the field Womens Lacrosse-12 Players from each team on the field making a total of 24 players on the field
The official rule for men's field lacrosse calls for 10 players on each team - 3 Attackman, 3 Middies, 3 Defensemen and 1 Goalie - on the field or 20 total players.
Yes alot of girls play lacrosse. I know that many club teams are acually becoming a sport for colleges over mens lacrosse.
For equipment Yes
That varies whether you mean worldwide or in certain countries and what kind of lacrosse (Mens, Womens, Pop etc.)
syracuse cheated, the coach cosign car loans for players and blamed it on his wife
Yes, if you get four men sent to the penalty box then you have to forfeit the game.
Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL)
about 575 ncaa colleges have mens lax
approximately 20, 10 on the field at once
Syracuse University has won a total of 10 Div. 1 mens lacrosse national championships.
10 players on the field, a goalkeeper or "goalie" who stays inside the crease; three defenders in the defensive end; three midfielders free to roam the whole field; and three attackers attempting to score goals in the offensive end.
Mens lacrosse heads have pockets so that when you get hit its easier to hold the ball, but because women lacrosse is a none contact sport there is no pocket and cradling is different.
There's the National Lacrosse League (NLL) and Major League Lacrosse (MLL).
Not very big. About the size of a mens pro regulation sized baseballs, but made out of rubber.
no u cannot the ref will yell at u
yes but not an NCAA one... its a club team in the MCLA (Mens Club Lacrosse Association)
Same as mens.
You should get a mens stick.
I'm assuming you are saying "How many lacrosse players are there?". In that case there are 10 on the field at the time. 3 mid fields, 3 defense, 3 attack, and a goalie. There are also subs on the side. (Thats mens positions)In womens lacrosse there are 12 players on each team.Attack & Defensive Wings (4 for each team)Point, Cover Point, and Third Man!st, 2nd, and 3rd HomeGoaliesCenter
According to the NCAA guidelines for 2013-14 there is no limit to the number of substitutes a team can have. The substitutes can take the place of any of the players in any situated area following the right method of substitution during the game.
No. It was strictly designed for mens lacrosse. They had to make it oddly shaped to pass NCAA standards.