Girls Equipment

girls equipment

Girls Equipment Required

The league provides game day uniforms to each registered player (U-9 through U-15), which is theirs to keep. The uniform is required for all games for a player to participate. Each player must provide their own equipment that includes: Lacrosse eye protection/goggles and mouthpiece. Women’s gloves are recommended, but not required.

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Eyemasks are often taken for granted, but a good pair can make the game more enjoyable. In the past couple of years the masks have become lighter and less bulky. Also, the vision has improved as they now have better wire positioning.

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Girls Stick Specification Guide

Lacrosse heads are one of the most varied pieces of equipment. A good women's lacrosse head can make a huge difference in a player's game. A female beginner can handle a higher-end head. Higher-end heads allow women to have more of a pocket which makes it easier to catch. The higher-end heads also have a better scoop, which makes picking up ground balls easier.

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We are an all volunteer association devoted to growing the youth lacrosse program in the Southern portion of Virginia Beach. South Beach is the fastest growing area in the Tidewater Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse, and has increased participation from under 35 players in 2006 to over 108 players during the Spring 2016 season.
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