Lacrosse was played by the native Americans way back when. they used all would sticks meaning, the head and the shaft were all carved from wood. they would string the head with leather and would use deerskin for a ball. the stick is usually made out of hickery. the sticks were all one size. eventually, lacrosse had different size shafts 30 inches is the normal length, 60 inches is the defensive length and i believe 40 inches is the golie length. the sticks were still made out of wood but were eventually hollowed out to lessen the weight. now, sticks are made out of metal such as titanium, alluminum, and scandium. the heads are now upgraded plastic meaning, you can ether have an extremely stiff plastic or a very flexibal one. the rules change year to year so you cant really explain them.
Warrior Evolution 2.0 X Chrome Fade Unstrung Lacrosse Head
With a mid-pocket, hard mesh.
From www.uslacrosse.org: "With a history that spans centuries, lacrosse is the oldest sport in North America. Rooted in Native American religion, lacrosse was often played to resolve conflicts, heal the sick, and develop strong, virile men. The evolution of the Native American game into modern lacrosse began in 1636 when Jean de Brebeuf, a Jesuit missionary, documented a Huron contest in what is now southeast Ontario, Canada."
New balance owns Warrior lacrosse and Warrior lacrosse owns Brine Lacrosse.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
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
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.
A lacrosse helmet, lacrosse gloves, lacrosse arm pads, lacrosse shoulder pads, a lacrosse stick, cletes with rounded spikes, a mouthguard, an athletic cup if you want, a lacrosse ball, and a wall to practice on. Go to www.laxworld.com to find most of that stuff
Lacrosse is alot like hockey so during the summer all the hockey players switch to lacrosse
The address of the Lacrosse Branch Library is: 107 S Main, Lacrosse, 99143 M
a lacrosse stick.