Women’s lacrosse defense can be easy to understand, but that doesn’t make it easy to play. Learn the basics of how to start dominating the field with Stringers Society. Every women’s lacrosse player needs to start with these basic principles in order to start denying goals and cruising to victories.
Playing women’s summer lacrosse is how you really take the leap to become a better player. Women’s lacrosse tournaments, camps, and leagues are very popular and plenty of fun. This is also the best way to interact with college women’s lacrosse players and coaches.
Playing women’s college lacrosse at any level is a challenge, every situation is different. Each program has their own way of running things, and the level of dedication at each will depend on the coach and team. The three girls in this interview have all played at competitive schools in their respective division. If you want to truly play the game at a high level, you should expect experiences like these.
The game of women’s lacrosse took to some major changes for the 2018 season. With all the new rules, players had a lot to learn and adapt to their game. After undergoing a full season, we’ve recapped how we felt and notice the changes are a positive addition to our game.
Are you a seasoned player looking to improve your stick’s stringing? Are you just beginning lacrosse and clueless to what stringing is best? Either way, you can always change up your stringing for a potentially better fit for your style. This can be especially useful if you’re just entering the collegiate or high school level of play.