Put the ball in your stick, make your stick eye level. & see if you can see some of the ball over the head of your Lacrosse stick. Meaning, that the whole ball is not completely inside the whole stick. If it is inside the whole head of your stick, you need to tighten your netting.
in girls lacrosse you have to have your stick at eye leval and the ball has to be seen above the head
A girls lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
It depends on what you mean by "tougher." Boys lacrosse is more aggressive and they are allowed to check the body as well as the stick. However, they wear a lot of padding and have a large pocket in the netting of their stick that makes it easier to keep the ball in. Only stick to stick checking is allowed in girls lacrosse, but the only protection they wear is a mouth guard and goggles and they do not have the large pocket advantage that boys do making it more difficult to maintain possession of the ball.
A girls Lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
lacrosse stick, girls lacrosse cloves, facemask, and thats it un less you are a goalie.
no the pocket is to big
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.
The shaft in lacrosse is the stick part. The butt is the rubber stopper on the end of the stick. The head is the plastic part which has the pocket. The shaft is the part of the stick where you hold it.
first insert a lacrosse ball in ur lacrosse stick next put a pen threw ur mesh and just leave it for a while
For a traditional pocket, they have no use in a mesh pocket unless it is an open sidewall goalie stick.
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.