Teams join the MSLAX leagues in the spring and the summer; generally there are 2-3 "events" (practices or games) each week; during the spring, "events" can be Monday-Sunday; during the summer, "events" are only Monday-Thursday evenings.
How is girls lacrosse different than boys?
The biggest difference between boys and girls lacrosse is that there is minimal contact allowed in the girl's game. Incidental body-to-body contact is allowed but dangerous contact is penalized (similar to basketball) and there is no legal stick-to-body contact. The only protective equipment required is a mouth guard and face guard/ goggles.
US Lacrosse Membership