Almost every day when I walked past the grassy field known as “The Turf” to my apartment on campus, I saw the RIT lacrosse team players doing practices or playing a game against guest teams from other colleges. Every time I saw them, I was always amazed at how they could play in this weather! The lacrosse season began in March, I think, but I had seen them practiced lacrosse in February. So the daily temperature has been below or a little above 32 degrees Fahrenheit! How do they even go out in this freezing cold and play? They even played when it was snowing (not during a blizzard!) or when snow was on the ground. You can see some snow was plowed away to the sides of the Turf in the picture seen below. It just amazes me how these RIT lacrosse players could endure playing in this cold because I don’t think I can do this. Can you?