According to the Lacrosse Association, women's lacrosse games are played in two 30-minute halves. This is 30 minute running times, except for the last two minutes in the last half, during which time stops when the whistle is blown. This rule is sometimes suspended when playing high school or middle school games.
The game is divided into four quarters that last 25 minutes each.
Same as mens.
This became Canada's notions sport for womans lacrosse on July 1st 1867.
No. It was strictly designed for mens lacrosse. They had to make it oddly shaped to pass NCAA standards.
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.
Most youth lacrosse games have 4 12 minute quarters but in most tournaments there are two 20 minute halves.
yes, it does. it also has a mens team
At the moment SYRACUSE and VIRGINIA for mens and NORTHWESTERN for womens
lacrosse isn't currently played in the Olympics, but may be brought in at the Londan Olympic games in 2012.
Lacrosse game - Girl whos been a Lacrosse player for 5 yrs - This is true - Guy who's playing D-1 college lax