yes, it does. it also has a mens team
northwestern has won the most recent one
Same as mens.
You can build your own lacrosse stick at the website pasted below. Just click on that link and it will guide you as what to do. There are also phone numbers located on the website in case you need help with anything! http://www.sportsunlimitedinc.com/build-your-own-womens-lacrosse-sticks.html
womens lacrosse players dont wear a helmet cause they dont have to. In womens lacrosse, you cant do any body checks and you can only check the stick if its away from their head... so theres no need.
This became Canada's notions sport for womans lacrosse on July 1st 1867.
a womens lacrosse pocket has a net with four vertical leather strips, with string weaving in its place.
They are Division I in only Mens' baseball and Womens' Lacrosse. All other sports are Division II. They are considering going to Division I for all sports.
That varies whether you mean worldwide or in certain countries and what kind of lacrosse (Mens, Womens, Pop etc.)
No. It was strictly designed for mens lacrosse. They had to make it oddly shaped to pass NCAA standards.
The attacker in both mens and womens lacrosse is an offencive player who usually plays in front or around the goal area
No in womens lacrosse. I'm fairly certain you can in mens because the face is protected.
lacrosse is "globilized" and there are even international tournaments in mens and womens lacrosse. Even though the United States is the dominant team in international play there are teams in Australia, Europe and Asia.