Recent Examples of lacrosse from the Web
The shield background is reminiscent of a lacrosse stick.
Over the summer, one woman (or wizard?) rode the waves on a surfboard while tricking out with a lacrosse stick.
Here's a way to better comprehend it: Go grab a lacrosse stick and put a ball in it.
In a sitting room across the house, her eight-year-old son, Alexander, and former professional lacrosse player husband, Dallas Eliuk, quietly played with action figures.
Other sports played by MPWs include softball, track, gymnastics, lacrosse, and field hockey.
Also read: The new athletic fields will have space for six varsity sports including baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse and softball.
The lawsuit is thought to be the first legal action against Young by a player and comes four years after the Courier-Journal reported numerous allegations of abuse made by women's lacrosse players and parents against Young.
One Love was launched in 2010 to honor the memory of 22-year-old University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love, who was murdered by her boyfriend.
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