In the sport I play it is the home side that is listed first (Team A)
A "team" sport has more than one player on a side or team. Football, Baseball, soccer, hockey and Basketball are all team sports. An "individual" sport has single opponents playing against each other. Wrestling is an individual sport. Golf is an individual sport that can have many opponents in the same game and it can have a group of golfers form a team but each player is an individual player. Tennis is an individual sport when played as "singles" and a team sport when played as "doubles" but can also have teams put together with singles and doubles.Sports in which only one player per team competes at a time, with individual scores counting toward the team score.
Sports that are played at international level (e.g. France vs England at football/soccer).
It is short for 'versus' which is Latin for 'against'. So that A vs B means A against B.It implies that the team is playing at home. When the team is playing on the road, they are said to be "at" the other team: Home Team vs. Road Team. Road Team @ Home Team.
"Deca Sports #3"The game has 10 different sports, one of them being lacrosse (be sure you look for #3 as each release has different sports in it)The series "College lacrosse 20XX" was originally announced for Wii, but appears to have only been released for Xbox with a port for PS3 announced.Note: Activisions "Big League Sports" claims to have lacrosse, but it wont actually let you play a real game. None of the sports it claims to have actually allow you to play the sport "team vs team". It only simulates a piece of each sport (the basketball for example is just you throwing free throws, not playing the game and the soccer is just you blocking random shots as goalie with no team aspect)I don't know of any other lacrosse games for wii besides the Deca sports 3 and the non-team bizarro version in Big League Sports.
It is played either individually or pairs, just like tennis.
Because it is best played as a 1 vs. 1 game. It is meant to be a quiet game and team discussion just does not help with that.
It would be the team after vs. For example, if it says Pittsburgh Steelers versus (vs) the Dallas Cowboys, the Cowboys are the home team.
A team is the home team.
team A. A vs. B designates A as the home team. A at B designates B as the home team. Example, an NFL schedule for a specific team. at Green Bay vs. Kansas City vs. Denver at Oakland
There were all kinds of sports!! There were chariot races, gladiatorial fights, battle ship fighting (yes I said Battleships), lion vs. human battles, a ancient version of shot put, archery competitions and if you consider it a sport..... stoning.
later in the series youtube team rockect vs team plasma small clip its short hope this helps