Stringers Society covers the latest lacrosse rules and regulations for all levels of competitive lacrosse. The rules of lacrosse are different for the two different genders of the sport, and the rules of lacrosse also change within those sports at different age levels. Read the resources below to understand the rules of lacrosse for the various different versions of the creator’s game.
Men’s Lacrosse Rules and Boy’s Lacrosse Rules
This section will help you understand the rules for Men’s Lacrosse (college) and Boy’s lacrosse (NFHS and below). Men’s lacrosse and Boy’s lacrosse require more padding and protection than Women’s and Girl’s lacrosse because of the nature of the game. Safety and protecting the players are the main focuses of the rules of lacrosse, and that’s why Men’s lacrosse rules and Boy’s lacrosse rules have changed over the years. Check out the most recent updates to Men’s lacrosse rules and Boy’s lacrosse rules here with Stringers Society.
Looking for the 2019 Lacrosse Stick and Stringing rules? We have a full sub-section in the StringDex Lacrosse Stringing Guide that covers the rules for youth, high school, and college lacrosse.
Women’s Lacrosse Rules and Girl’s Lacrosse Rules
Here, the rules of Women’s lacrosse (college) and the rules of Girl’s lacrosse (NFHS and below) and detailed and explained. Women’s lacrosse and Girl’s lacrosse have strict rules about pocket depth and the overall stringing of your lacrosse stick. It’s important to understand exactly what you can and can’t do in Women’s lacrosse and Girl’s lacrosse for a successful career in either sport. Learn the Women’s lacrosse rules and Girl’s lacrosse rules quickly and easily in the resources below.