Yes, if you have a shorter stick the ball won't go as far
Yes normally the lighter it is the harder the shot. It really matters on how strong you are though
The Answer is lighter because it will be easyer to use and its not holding you down.
Yes because is you shot a short stick as fast as you could than shot a d-pole a fast as you could you would shoot faster the second time do to torque.
the weight of a defensive lacrosse stick doesnt matter, it just has to be a length of at least 72 inches
60 inches typically
Generally, the best stick length is for the shaft to be the length of your arm; however, just a standard stick length seems to work best for most people. If you cut it to your arm length, it makes it easier to maneuver. But, a really good lacrosse player can maneuver the stick regardless.
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no, a Fiddlestick is a miniature lacrosse stick. In all leagues of lacrosse there are guidelines and requirements for the stick. it has to be a certain length, the head cant be to pinched, etc. Fiddle sticks are too small and do not meet requirements for playing in games. Their sole purpose is to mess with at home or with friends.
a lacrosse stick.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
A girls Lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
No. It just makes your shot more accurate. Or it also helps if you want some whip on your stick.
This question is impossible to answer because women's lacrosse sticks are measured as an overall length (including the head). According to US Lacrosse and NCAA rules, a woman's lacrosse stick should measure between 35 1/2" to 43 1/4". These are overall lengths and NOT just shaft length.
Regular sized lacrosse stick, cut it down.