were do lacrosse the sport come from ? were do lacrosse the sport come from ?
lacrosse came from the native americans.
lacrosse by the native Americans
the word lacrosse comes from the french phrase the cross... la is the and the cross in lacrosse is your stick.
Lacrosse Waders are a product rather than a seller. They are produced by Lacrosse Footwear and come as wader pants and as chest waders in various designs and materials.
Lacrosse was already in Maryland when the Colonists came over from Europe in the late 1500's. Lacrosse was a game played by the Native American Indians of this region.
Lacrosse originated as stickball played by Native Americans many centuries ago. The actual game of lacrosse originated in the early 17th century in the Americas.
long island and Maryland
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espnu on saturdays before 3est
The Indians who first started playing lacrosse.
Shafts come pre-colored from the manufacturer.
Who cares?.... Lacrosse is lame dude... get a life.
Lacrosse mesh is the stringing in the head. they come in a variety of colors and patterns. there are also specific ways to string your head for attack, midi, and defense.
Lacrosse was removed from the Olympics because not as many people were playing it as it the past. It may come back if the sport becomes more popular.
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.
World - International Lacrosse Federation/ International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations * Asia ** China - Beijing Lacrosse Development Committee (Chinese) ** Hong Kong - Hong Kong Lacrosse Association ** India - Indian National Lacrosse Federation ** Japan - Japanese Lacrosse Association (Japanese) ** Korea - Korean Lacrosse Association (Korean) * Europe - European Lacrosse Federation ** Austria - Austrian Lacrosse Association (German) ** Czech Republic - Czech Lacrosse Union (Czech) ** Denmark - Danish Lacrosse Federation ** England - English Lacrosse Association ** Finland - Finnish Lacrosse Association (Finnish) ** France - French Lacrosse Association (French) ** Germany - German Lacrosse Association (German) ** Ireland - Irish Lacrosse Foundation ** Italy - Italian Federation of Lacrosse (Italian) ** Latvia - Latvian Lacrosse Federation (Latvian) ** Netherlands - Dutch Lacrosse Association (Dutch) ** Norway - Norwegian Lacrosse (Norwegian) ** Poland - Poland Lacrosse (Polish) ** Scotland - Lacrosse Scotland ** Slovakia - Slovak Lacrosse Association (Slovak) ** Slovenia - Slovenian Lacrosse Association ** Switzerland - Swiss Lacrosse Federation ** Spain - Spanish Lacrosse Federation (Spanish) ** Sweden - Swedish Lacrosse Association (Swedish) ** Wales - Welsh Lacrosse Association * North America ** Bermuda - Bermuda Lacrosse Association ** Canada - Canadian Lacrosse Association ** Iroquois Confederacy - Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse ** Mexico - Mexico Lacrosse ** United States - US Lacrosse * Oceania ** Australia - Lacrosse Australia ** New Zealand - Lacrosse New Zealand * South America ** Argentina - Lacrosse Argentina (Spanish) From Wikipedia
The date has not been pinpointed but lacrosse was actually invented here in the US by the American Indians. This is a historical fact in which I am very proud of being American Indian.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
Lacrosse is a sport. A lacrosse game is playing the sport.
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