This question is impossible to answer because women's Lacrosse sticks are measured as an overall length (including the head). According to US Lacrosse and NCAA rules, a woman's lacrosse stick should measure between 35 1/2" to 43 1/4". These are overall lengths and NOT just shaft length.
i believe its 30 for an attack/middie stick....
it cant be less than 40ty inches if it less it eligle
All sticks (boys and girls) are 30 inches with the exception of the goalies 40 inch stick (goalies can use shorter if desired) and the boys defense 60 inch stick.
no the pocket is to big
Body Check, Stick Check. Playing without a stick is also allowed in Box Lacrosse but not in field lacrosse. Cross checking is legal in Box, but not from behind. Poke checking is illegal.
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.
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a lacrosse stick.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
A girls Lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
Regular sized lacrosse stick, cut it down.
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.