Recent Examples of lacrosse from the Web
Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out over the past week in men’s college lacrosse.
Patrick is also a two-time all-league lacrosse player and is a member of Mass Elite Lacrosse.
Sophomore midfielder Tristan Kijak was the women's lacrosse rookie of the week, helping Eastern extend a winning streak to five in a 2-1 week by leading the Warriors with nine goals and 12 ground balls.
The girls lacrosse defending state champion, Bishop Moore (16-1), is the No.
Several young kids in lacrosse shirts attended the celebration.
Katie Enrietto hasn’t needed much time to adjust to collegiate lacrosse.
Few playmakers exhibit flare like Kuznetsov (27 goals, 56 assists), who damn near pulled off a backhanded lacrosse goal and seemed awful excited about trying again.
Prior to last year, Beckman had won or shared each of the eight league titles since the league was formed for girls' lacrosse in 2009.
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Origin and Etymology of lacrosse
First Known Use: 1718See Words from the same year
LACROSSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lacrosse for English Language Learners
: an outdoor game in which players use long-handled sticks with nets for catching, throwing, and carrying the ball
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