dependes on the size and shape of your stick
Yes because most lacrosse sticks have adjustable heights, so you can change the sticks height so that it will fit. But if your lacrosse stick doesn't change heights, then it just depends on the size of your stick, and the size of your locker.
in girls lacrosse you have to have your stick at eye leval and the ball has to be seen above the head
There are three different size lacrosse sticks.1. Attack and Middie2. Defense3. GoalieThe size of the lacrosse stick depends on which position you play. Different sticks have advantages and disadvantages.The Short Stick: This stick is used by both middies and attackmen. According to official US Lacrosse Rules, the shaft of the short stick must be 30 inches. The complete stick (head and shaft) must be between 40 and 42 inches.The Long Stick: The second different size lacrosse stick is the long stick. This stick is used by defenders and long stick middies.According the the official US Lacrosse regulations, the long stick (including head and shaft) must be between 52 and 72 inches. The shaft is about 60 inches.The Goalie Stick: The last type of different lacrosse sticks is the goalie stick. This is used only by goalies. Its shaft is about 40 inches long.According to US Lacrosse, the complete goalie stick must be between 52 and 72 inches
The bigger stick is primarily used for defensive players and is 72in long(With head) The smaller one is used for every other position and is 42in long.(With head)
tie it up so that the throat of the stick is the desired size
you depends on your size so the head top should be at your armpit
When i was 10 i was attack and i started out with a 30 inch short pole... you may want to get a 28 inch though.
To be legal a short stick or d pole can be as deep as the ball so that when looking just below the side wall the full ball isn't exposed.
I believe up to your eyebrow
The 2006 Buick LaCrosse has a 3.8 L base engine size.
The 2012 Buick LaCrosse has a 2.4 L base engine size.