Equipment Needs in General
Female players will need a lacrosse stick, mouth guard, ASTM protective eyewear, and cleats. Gloves are optional.
The number one question we receive about girl’s equipment is how to measure for a proper fitting stick. Here is a short video to guide you: Youth Lacrosse Stick Sizing Guide | LACROSSE.COM - YouTube
USA Lacrosse put together this guide to assist with sizing and equipment needs, as well. Dick's Sporting Goods also has goggles/gloves information found here and buying checklists here .
Buying a lacrosse stick often comes down to experience, personal preference, and budget.
Grades K-4 and first time players:
**K2 players only: The club will provide a stick and goggles if needed that should be returned at the end of the season.
Dick's Sporting Goods offers a wide range of lacrosse gear including starter packs that come with a stick, bag, and goggles: STX Girls' Crux 100 Lacrosse Starter Pack | DICK'S Sporting Goods
Top pick lacrosse stick (11yrs & under) from StringKing: Women’s Complete Jr. Stick
Grades 5-8 and intermediate/advanced players:
We recommend investing in a higher quality stick and transitioning from a youth lacrosse stick to a women's lacrosse stick.
Top pick lacrosse stick (12 yrs & up) from StringKing: Women’s Complete Stick
Besides Dick’s Sporting Goods, there are lacrosse stores near by for in person shopping: Lancaster, Timonium, Paoli, and Frederick
We are here to help. If you have any questions or would like personal advice about purchasing equipment, feel free to email us at email@example.com.