it depends if you are playing boys or girls lacrosse.
There are many different Texas Lacrosse teams, many with great owners. However, the Texas Heat Lacrosse team is actually an organization that has no owner.
on avg. there is at least 20 men on a lacrosse team in High School. On college and pro lacrosse teams there is about 55 men.
Yes, lacrosse is a team sport.
Usually 24 kids on one team.
6 players for each team, so 12. Center forward, right wing, left wing, right defenseman, left defenseman, goalie
the name of the louisianna lacrosse team, is the " Loyola flyers".
Mens Lacrosse- 10 Players from each team making a total of 20 players on the field Womens Lacrosse-12 Players from each team on the field making a total of 24 players on the field
there are two defenseman, three offenseman and one goalie
A lacrosse team must have a minimum of three players, plus the goalie, on their defensive half of the field at all times. Sometimes, a defenseman will carry the ball across midfield and into the offensive zone. If another player, usually a midfielder, does not take his place by remaining in the defensive zone, then offsides will be called.
Boston college does in fact have a girl's lacrosse team, but is lacking a men's.
Mark Streit, NY Islanders
11 on each team
more than the other team
Sorry, but that last answer was terrible and I had to change it. Depending on what conference you are in there are about 30 to 35 players on a college lacrosse team
5+goalie in the ice at the same time: Goalie, 2 Defensemen (Right defenseman and left defenseman) and 3 forwards (Left winger, center and right winger). The team has 15 to 30 players.
There are many benefits to playing lacrosse like developing team skills. Lacrosse can also increase your strength and keep you in shape. The best thing about lacrosse is how much fun it is. There are many reasons that people play and it really works out for a lot of people.
The cast of Gold Rush 2002 - 2002 includes: Ed Belfour as Team Canada Goaltender Eric Brewer as Team Canada Defenseman Martin Brodeur as Team Canada Goaltender Theo Fleury as Team Canada Forward Adam Foote as Team Canada Defenseman Simon Gagne as Team Canada Forward Ken Hitchcock as Team Canada Assistant Coach Kelly Hrudey as Team Canada Color Commentator Jarome Iginla as Team Canada Forward Ed Jovanovski as Team Canada Defenseman Paul Kariya as Team Canada Forward Eric Lindros as Team Canada Forward Al MacInnis as Team Canada Defenseman Ron MacLean as himself Harry Neale as Play-By-Play Announcer Scott Niedermayer as Team Canada Defenseman Joe Nieuwendyk as Team Canada Forward Owen Nolan as Team Canada Forward Mike Peca as Team Canada Forward Chris Pronger as Team Canada Defenseman Joe Sakic as Team Canada Forward Brendan Shanahan as Team Canada Forward Ryan Smyth as Team Canada Forward Steve Tambellini as Director of Player Personnel Steve Yzerman as Team Canada Forward
centerman wingman(right wing left wing) defenseman and goalie .