The first college lacrosse game was in 1877 (not ncaa yet). The first NCAA sponsored lacrosse tournament was in 1971.
If your thinking about College Lacrosse 2010 as a video game, there is no College Lacrosse Video Game. If you mean something else I have no clue.
Depends on what you mean by the first game. The first college games was played in 1887 between new york university and Manhattan college. There is no written record of a first game but lacrosse was played by the Native Americans for hundreds of years
The first Women's LaCrosse game was in 1980.
Lacrosse game - Girl whos been a Lacrosse player for 5 yrs - This is true - Guy who's playing D-1 college lax
It depends on the college but most are not that expensive.
the native Americans were the first to play lacrosse since they created it
The game of lacrosse was first used as a war game to settle disputes between tribes
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.
Lacrosse is a sport. A lacrosse game is playing the sport.
Native Americans used to play lacrosse before battle.
New York University
This is an indie game on xbox360 marketplace for 800 Microsoft points ($10.00)
Not likely, Boston College Lacrosse is a MCLA not NCAA like Hopkins
Native American tribes were the first to play.
The sport of lacrosse first started as a war game. It was used to settle disputes between Native American tribes.
Boston college does in fact have a girl's lacrosse team, but is lacking a men's.
4 15 minute quarters, so 60 minutes
Lacrosse is a native origin game, it was played to train for war,moarn a death, or honor a god. Lacrosse was first seen and documented by a french soldier who called it lacrosse because of them using sticks. The first person to make a club and might as well be the father of lacrosse was Dr. William George Beers.
Yes. If you want to watch college lacrosse, watch it i ESPN U on the weekends