Women Play Lacrosse – A History of the International Field Game is the first book to capture the 125 plus years of history in women's field lacrosse.
Women Play Lacrosse covers the game's
early beginnings throughout the British Empire, structure and direction
provided by England, early touring on both sides of the Atlantic,
survival of the game through WWII, a look at some of the most famous
post-war tours, Title IX and the emergence of the USA as the world
power, the creation of world championships and expansion of the game to
nations such as Australia, Canada, Japan and the Haudenosaunee.
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