as short as you can but dont hit his/her hand
In youth lacrosse (u-11) there is 3 attack players plus center our draw of the ball.
Men's and women's lacrosse require different equipment, since the rules for the sport are different. Men's lacrosse equipment: * Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe * An athletic supporter and athletic cup * Chest and shoulder pads * Arm guards * Helmet with full face mask * Lacrosse stick with head * Lacrosse ball * Mouthguard Women's lacrosse equipment: * Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe * Lacrosse goggles * Lacrosse stick with head * Lacrosse ball * Mouthguard
yes, a girls lacrosse stick is skinnier and more often then not a crankshaft. also its usually smooth grip unlike men's metallic grips.
10. 3 attack, 3 middies, 3 defense, and a goalie
There are 4 different positions in men's lacrosse. starting from the bottom of the field there is 1 goalie, then you have 3 defensive players with long poles, then there are 3 midfielders and one take the face off, then last but not least there are 3 attack men. So the positions are 1 goalie, 3 defense, 3 midfielders, 3 attack.
If by "What are the lacrosse sizes?" you mean what the different lengths of lacrosse shafts are I can help you. There are three basic lengths of shafts, A 60" shaft for defensive players or long stick midis. There is a 30" shaft for midis and attack men. There is also a 40" shaft for goalies. However, all goalies don't the 40" shaft some (including me) use a 30" shaft (it's mostly a preference thing.)
A men's lacrosse game is 4 12-minute quarters, or a total of 48 minutes, not including half time and pauses.
There is a goalie, three attack men, three middies, and three close D.
In Lacrosse you use a stick, consisting of two parts, the head and the shaft. You also wear protective equipment such as a Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Arm Pads, Gloves, and sometimes rib pads. Rib Pads are not required. In mens there is generally the shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, the cup, the helmet, and the stick which is either the short stick or the defensive pole. In womens the equipment is basically a stick the length of a mens short stick, optional gloves, and goggles. Both have to wear mouthguards because no one wants to lose teeth. Both have goalies that wear chest pads and helmets with thigh pads. The shin guards are preferred but are mainly up to the goalie or the coach as well as any other pads. I'm not sure about mens lacrosse but for womens all you need is an approved stick, mouthguard, and eye protection goggles. Men use helmets, gloves, elbow/arm guards/protectors, chest pads, a stick (made up of the shaft and head), a cup, and optionaly rib guards (very useful for midis and attack because you get slap and poke checked a lot). Men's and women's lacrosse require different equipment, since the rules for the sport are different. Men's lacrosse equipment: Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe An athletic supporter and athletic cup Chest and shoulder pads Arm guards Helmet with full face mask Lacrosse stick with head Lacrosse ball Mouthguard Women's lacrosse equipment: Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe Lacrosse goggles Lacrosse stick with head Lacrosse ball Mouthguard
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No that is what Women's lacrosse is for as a 5 year lacrosse player I do not suggest women play men's lacrosse. it's called men's lacrosse for a reason. Women's lacrosse isn't for men neither should men's be for women. Lacrosse is an extremely dangerous sport women should play with women.