You can use girls Lacrosse gloves as Field Hockey gloves, they are actually great to be used for outdoor field hockey. In indoor field hockey I would not recommend using them though, because they do not provide enough padding. In indoor you have to get low to the point where your hand is almost on the ground, leaving it exposed, also the ball moves much faster so getting hit does hurt more, so you want well padded gloves for indoor. There are indoor field hockey gloves made, normally they are made for the left hand only but you may want to get another one to protect the right hand as well.
Volleyball, lacrosse, basketball, softball, field hockey, hockey, and barrel racing are all sports girls can participate in without guys.
All you need to play girls lacrosse is a stick thin gloves which you can find at a sport store and eye goggles
Well you use a lacrosse stick for girls you use goggles and mouthguard and gloves it's your choice. Boys helmet, chestpad, armpad, and gloves mouthguard.
same size as a men's lacrosse field 110 yards 10 less than a football field
Girls Lacrosse Otherwise Standard field has a bit less than Box.
No. Males of all ages play hockey around the world. Only in the US is field hockey restricted to females.
Gloves, stick (shaft, head, and mesh), goggles, undershirt, jersey, and pants.and a mouth guard.
Floor hockey is played with hockey sticks and either a ball or puck on hard, flat, floor. Field hockey, on the other hand, is mainly played by girls. It consists of using a wooden curved field hockey stick and is played with a hard ball in a grassy field.
Girls can like any sport, just like guys can like any sport. To be honest some girls like lacrosse, football, baseball, softball, soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, volleyball, track, tennis, rugby or racket ball. So ask the girl what sports she likes.
in girls lacrosse you cradle across the body
The Colorado High School Activities Association features the following sports: Baseball, Basketball(boys and girls), Cross Country, Field Hockey, Golf, Football, Soccer(boys and girls), Lacrosse(boys and girls), Tennis(boys and girls), Track, Softball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Swimming(boys and girls)