Learn lacrosse and how to play with our lacrosse tips, insider knowledge, and expert advice. Lacrosse beginners, and others, can always get a little help from Stringers Society when learning lacrosse.
History of Lacrosse
Lacrosse History & It’s Origin
The History of Lacrosse
Look to the past to realize the potential of the future and gain a deeper appreciation for lacrosse by understanding where the medicine game comes from.
Positions of Lacrosse
Positions of Lacrosse
Lacrosse Position Guide
Lacrosse has been around since the Native American’s and was the little brother to war. It is commonly considered the medicine game. We are going to break down the game for the newbies of lacrosse and we are going to break it down by positions. There are four basic Lacrosse Positions which are the goalie, midfielder, defender, and attack.
Rules of Lacrosse
Learn the Rules of Lacrosse
NCAA Lacrosse Rules, High School Lacrosse Rules, and Youth Lacrosse Rules
Stringers Society covers the latest lacrosse rules and regulations for both Youth Lacrosse, NFHS Lacrosse, MLL, Box Lacrosse and College Lacrosse
Lacrosse Field Guide
Dimensions, Procedures, Subbing, Rules, and Tips
A lacrosse field is a sacred place for sport. In the earliest days of the game, lacrosse fields spanned over many miles and very intense terrain. Today, we are lucky to have regulation fields of grass or turf that all players share for fair play. Current lacrosse fields are slightly bigger than football fields and share some similar marking lines that will be discussed later.
Learn How to Play Lacrosse
Don’t Play A Position; Play Lacrosse!
Learn How to Play Lacrosse Like a Pro
The sport offers a pace and competitiveness that isn’t rivaled by many other sports out there. Sadly many players (potentially you) are not taking advantage of all that this wonderful game has to offer. If you take a second to look at the opportunities that have been presented to several different players in recent years, and in the past, you can see that it is much more fun to experiment with the game of Lacrosse. This means using various sticks, various stringing patterns, and various styles of equipment between different forms of the game.