In womens Lacrosse they dont have to where elbow pads or shoulder pads or a helmet but must where protective goggles. There is no difference in what goalies must where. Girls lacrosse sticks arent allowed to have any depth in the pocket and in mens(boys) lacrosse you can.
Same as mens.
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.
No. It was strictly designed for mens lacrosse. They had to make it oddly shaped to pass NCAA standards.
That varies whether you mean worldwide or in certain countries and what kind of lacrosse (Mens, Womens, Pop etc.)
yes, it does. it also has a mens team
At the moment SYRACUSE and VIRGINIA for mens and NORTHWESTERN for womens
The attacker in both mens and womens lacrosse is an offencive player who usually plays in front or around the goal area
Men wear more equipment and padding and are allowed to check.
No in womens lacrosse. I'm fairly certain you can in mens because the face is protected.
There's the National Lacrosse League (NLL) and Major League Lacrosse (MLL).
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.
The NCAA mens lacrosse season usually ends memorial day weekend, with a big tournament to seal it off. Womens lacrosse goes another 2 weeks and has their tournament.