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Question 1: Lacrosse in the ________ is played at the collegiate level in both the club and sanctioned team sport.
AlaskaPhilippinesUnited StatesCanada

Question 2: Lacrosse originated by the Native American nations of the United States and Canada, mainly among the ________ and Iroquois Tribes.
United StatesOntarioWyandotte NationWyandot

Question 3:
What is Lacrosse's nickname?
The Rock
The Gateway to Delaware's Resort Beaches

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Question 5:
Which of the following is used in Lacrosse?
SLC "Maiale" torpedoes
Tiger II
Lacrosse stick, lacrosse ball, full pads
The Ten Rings of the Mandarin, which grant various powers

Question 6: [7] Others suggest that it was named after the ________, a staff carried by bishops.
CrosierMitreEcclesiastical heraldryEcclesiastical ring

Question 7: [10] The growth of lacrosse was also facilitated by the introduction of plastic stick heads in the 1970s by ________-based STX.
BaltimoreMarylandRockville, MarylandAnnapolis, Maryland

Question 8: ________'s women's teams have made it to the final game seven times since 1993 and have won three NCAA titles, in 1993, 2002, and 2003.
Harvard UniversityPrinceton UniversityPrinceton TigersRutgers University

Question 9: This league changed its name to the ________, then later to the National Lacrosse League and grew to encompass lacrosse clubs in twelve cities throughout the United States and Canada.
2007 NLL seasonNational Lacrosse League2004 NLL seasonBuffalo Bandits

Question 10: Lacrosse, one of the oldest team sports in the ________, may have developed as early as the 12th century,[1][2] but since then has undergone many modifications.
Americas (terminology)AmericasSouth AmericaNorth America

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