How to play, improve one's game--and become a better fan of--lacrosse
With its new ten-year deal with ESPN in 2007, and weekly airtime on ESPN2, lacrosse has hit the big times. Once a Native American pastime, lacrosse is now a major league franchise with almost half a million players in organized teams. For newcomers to the game, Lacrosse For Dummies provides all the basics to the sport, outlining its rules of play, equipment, and the differences between indoor lacrosse and women's games. Seasoned lacrosse players will get a wealth of information on winning defensive and offensive strategies, along with skill-building exercises and drills, designed to improve their game.
- The latest edition focuses on field lacrosse, the version played primarily in the U.S.
- Loaded with info for armchair lacrosse players on how to fully enjoy the sport on television, online, or in print
- Other titles by James Hinkson: Lacrosse Team Strategies and Lacrosse Fundamentals
The essential guide to this popular and growing sport, Lacrosse For Dummies is a must for diehard fans, seasoned players, or newcomers.