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Why lacrosse should be on television
By: Tyler Bell - 524508
I think that Lacrosse should be on television more than it is right now. Football, baseball, basketball, soccer, golf, hockey, bowling, darts, poker and even the spelling bee are all sports and events that are televised more than lacrosse. I am not sure why...
By: Josh Hilp
As a lacrosse player, you should be well versed in every aspect of the game, and middies have one of the hardest jobs on the field, you play offense, you play defense, and most importantly, you keep the game moving between the lines. Middies need...
How to cradle with a lacrosse stick
By: John Atchison
For a young player just starting out in the game of lacrosse, there will probably be nothing more frustrating to them then learning the art of cradling with a lacrosse stick. Without mastering this technique, a player will be doing a whole lot of running...
By: Cameron Scott
Lacrosse is a fast-paced game where teams of either six (box lacrosse) or ten (field lacrosse) use lacrosse sticks with meshed pouches to send a small ball into the opposing team's goal. At a minimum, lacrosse requires a field or large indoor space with a...
By: Rabi
Lacrosse is a sport that evolved from the Native Americans. It was a war ritual, training for combat. The game hasn't changed much since they played back then. A ball is passed and shot with sticks that have what amounts to a basket on the...
By: Josh Hilp
I'm not going to whine that Lacrosse has no TV time, I'm not going to try to explain how much better it is than Football, Hockey, Basketball, whatever because it's not. But Lacrosse is at least up to the level of these sports. Lacrosse is...
The growing popularity of lacrosse
By: A. South
Today, lacrosse is growing in popularity at all levels from pee-wee to professional. Nearly 1,500 high schools had lacrosse teams in the year 2000. That number has more than doubled in less than a decade. The results are much the same at the collegiate...
Lacrosse: An overview
By: A. South
In addition to mastering the endurance, speed, agility, strength and finesse required for lacrosse, every lacrosse player also has to master the lingo.Lacrosse has its own lexicon, or more appropriately, laxicon. Here's a guide to the most common terms on the lacrosse field.The...
How a 3-2-1 offense works in lacrosse
By: POLO
The most common offense used in settled situations is known as the "2-3-1" (sometimes counted in the opposite direction, as a 1-3-2, or shortened to be called the 1-3 or 13). The numbering begins with the two midfielders at the top of the field, then...
How does women's lacrosse differ from men's?
By: Taylor Divico
Women's and men's lacrosse are like two completely different games due to several variations in equipment, field play, and rules. Both are games of speed and agility, yet women's lacrosse in not at all a contact sport. As a result, the women's game developed into...

 

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