For the Mohawk Nation it was called Tewaaraton. For the Algonquin Nation it was called Bagataway.
The name that lacrosse was originally called is baggatway
Lacrosse's nickname or abbreviation is LAX (doesn't have to be capitals)
the name of the louisianna lacrosse team, is the " Loyola flyers".
16 years old.
the word lacrosse comes from the french phrase the cross... la is the and the cross in lacrosse is your stick.
Lacrosse was first played by the Potawatomi Indians as a celebration.
20 threw 60
a lacrosse stick
Without the dashes its another name for lacrosse the Algonquin nation used.
The Jersy shootout
Jake Bomberry from Six Nations, Ontario. A 15 year-old lacrosse phenom.
It depends where you live and where you look. I know that they have competitive Lacrosse for girls in the south at about age 7 or 8. If you live on the east lacrosse starts at 4.
In 1974-1975 was the original National Lacrosse League (NLL) which has no connection with the league of that name which exists today. Then the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) started in 1985. In 1987 there was the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League. It changed its name to the Major Indoor Lacrosse League, then later to the National Lacrosse League (NLL). Then Major League Lacrosse (MLL) started in 2001.