The same time lacrosse was made, so look at the question, "when was lacrosse made".
Lacrosse is alot like hockey so during the summer all the hockey players switch to lacrosse
yes! you need friction for lacrosse so you don't fall
A lacrosse field is wider by a yard or so and shorter by 10 or so yards.
I don't think so because lacrosse is a sport so math doesn't really have anything to do with it, unless you are the score keeper.
Easton lacrosse shafts only have prototypes out so far so you cant get them yet unless your on some teams
I believe lacrosse was named lacrosse because the head of the stick (the pocket/net) is called la Crosse in french. France, England and Eastern Europe is where it originated out of and so the name stuck.
Lacrosse is most popular in Canada than any other country. Indoor lacrosse is played mostly in Canada, because it is so cold.
French pioneers saw native americans playing the game and noted the lacrosse stick looked like the bishop's crosse so they named the game lacrosse
Well, i would recommend an "Amonte lacrosse stick" you can find those at typical lacrosse stores..... But most lacrosse sticks are good so.... i would choose one with kind of a fit pocket.
No but American football cleats can be used for lacrosse
Because tennis is for girls