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.
Math and Lacrosse are not similar at all, and I never even think about math when I am out on the field unless I forgot to do my math homework then i will forget about it.
Lacrosse is related to math because it involves degrees, and you have to know feet and measurement and stuff.
Most lacrosse players are professionals in something other than sports (to echo the NCAA advertisement). Even those who are lucky & talented enough to play professionally in either the Major League Lacrosse or National Lacrosse League don't earn enough money from their playing to pay the bills (NLL average $14,000 US). So all those guys have day jobs, from being firefighters who need math to calculate how much a set of hoses on their trucks weigh to stockbrokers calculating dividends per share for their clients. Everyone uses math!
lacrosse is played on a lacrosse field.
Box lacrosse and regular lacrosse
Lacrosse was called Lacrosse Because When Most native americans had they sticks together
New balance owns Warrior lacrosse and Warrior lacrosse owns Brine Lacrosse.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
Lacrosse is a sport. A lacrosse game is playing the sport.
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.
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