The actual stick of the lacrosse stick is called a shaft.
A lacrosse STICK I think
just like a regular lacrosse stick. when you have the ball you choke up and leave shaft on the bottom. when you're defending someone, you have your bottom hand at the butt of the stick and hold your top hand in a comfortable position
indoor lacrosse is called box lacrosse. it is played mainly in canada. In box there are also different rules about your stick, gear, and general gameplay.
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a lacrosse stick.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
A lacrosse stick.
the metal is called the shaft and the top part(with mesh) where the ball goes is called the head and the rubber part on the end is called the butt the complete things is called a lacrosse stick. or you just call it a basket...whatever suits your style!! :P
grab the bottom and the top, slide ur top hand down to throw and shoot
Regular sized lacrosse stick, cut it down.
A girls lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
the most expensive lacrosse stick would be an stx wood shaft
6 ft tall for a defensive pole. The average stick is about 2.5 ft. There really is no youth lacrosse stick but you can by smaller sticks called fiddle sticks however they are not legal in most leages
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.
well, i put about 6 inches on the bottom and top and a ring where i like to put my hand when i pass
hold the stick perfectly horizontal. if the top of the ball is visible from the bottom of the sidewall then your pocket is illegal
Lacrosse referred to as simply "hockey", is Canada national sport. A fast paced game, lacrosse is played with a ball and a racquet, called a lacrosse "stick".
In lacrosse, the stick is EVERYTHING. You can only touch the ball with your stick. That's how you carry it. You shoot, cradle, pass, block, and catch with the stick.
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 was originally played by Indians, using small heads as the ball and a stick with a net tied on top. the net was called a "crosse"