The time has finally come in NCAA men’s college lacrosse for regulated time in a shot clock. After many years, and many rumors, the shot clock will be making its way into men’s collegiate lacrosse.
Stringers Society covers the latest lacrosse rules and regulations for both Youth Lacrosse, NFHS Lacrosse, MLL, Box Lacrosse and College Lacrosse
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.
Lacrosse field dimensions are normally 60 yards by 110 yards, but the varied styles of play require different field sizes which players should all be familiar with.
Every lacrosse position requires a winning attitude, but each one uses different skills that you need to perfect. Learning the differences in the positions and how to play them is just a short and easy read away.
Lacrosse Face offs are so important in lacrosse and learning the rules for face offs is just as valuable for becoming a better lacrosse player. This quick rundown should help you out and answer your questions.
The 2018 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse rule changes are focused on raising the pace of play and making women’s lacrosse more exciting. Easily be able to understand the biggest changes with this short article and get ready for the season.