French pioneers saw native americans playing the game and noted the lacrosse stick looked like the bishop's crosse so they named the game lacrosse
No, currently the only recent laccrosse game is an xbox 360 exlusive game named College Lacrosse 2010, but a little known lacrosse game named blast lacrosse was made in 2001 for the original sony Playstation, although I'm not sure if it is based on the NLL or MLL.
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.
the french. it is belived to be named after the canes carried by bishops called crosses, which the french thought resembled the lacrosse sticks.
European settlers did when they came over to the americas. La meaning The and crosse meaning Cross. They named it that because it reminded them of a cross.
lacrosse is played on a lacrosse field.
Box lacrosse and regular lacrosse
Lacrosse was called Lacrosse Because When Most native americans had they sticks together
New balance owns Warrior lacrosse and Warrior lacrosse owns Brine Lacrosse.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
Lacrosse is a sport. A lacrosse game is playing the sport.
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