I only know the rules for girls Lacrosse they are: -No uncontrollable checks -No charging -No hitting people with your stick -No hitting the goalie purposely -No trapping -You must have a mouth guard to play Those are the only ones I know but hope that helped!
Mandatory equipment include a helmet, arm pads, shoulder pads, gloves, lacrosse stick (obviously), and a cup (highly recommended). One optional piece of equipment is a rib guard. Goalies need special equipment such as goalie stick, goalie chest pad, throat guard, and padded goalie pants.
If you were playing lacrosse (if you were a girl) you would need a mouth guard, a face guard, and a lacrosse stick. If you were playing volleyball, you would need knee pads.
Helmet with facemask and throat guard attached, chest protector, arm pads, leg pads, jill, padded gloves- this is for box lacrosse
It is the same all the way through. Youth girls, MS girls, HS Girls and college players need the same equipment. And that is: Lacrosse Stick Goggles Mouth guard (not clear) Cleats or Tennis Shoes (cleats recommended)
Gloves, stick (shaft, head, and mesh), goggles, undershirt, jersey, and pants.and a mouth guard.
Goalies are required to wear a helmet, throat guard, mouthpiece, chest protector, gloves, athletic cup, and cleats, optional equipment includes shin guards and padded goalie pants.
no i dont think
This list can go on for long, but in most sports, you need a helmet. I have the hockey answer though Player: A CSA approved helmet, elbow pads and shoulder pads, hockey pants, neck guard, gloves, slash guards (for a short cuff glove) shin guards, a cup and skates. Optional: mouth guard, in some leagues full masks, and in the Nhl, visors Goalie: Specialy made goalie cup, goalie pants, goalie pads, chest protector, blocker, catcher, helmet, skates and a neck guard. Optional: Neck guard that appears above the jersey. It is attached to the helmet
No i believe that would wear down the guard making it illegal
It depends on what you mean by "tougher." Boys lacrosse is more aggressive and they are allowed to check the body as well as the stick. However, they wear a lot of padding and have a large pocket in the netting of their stick that makes it easier to keep the ball in. Only stick to stick checking is allowed in girls lacrosse, but the only protection they wear is a mouth guard and goggles and they do not have the large pocket advantage that boys do making it more difficult to maintain possession of the ball.