One possible answer: D, F, and A make a Dm (D minor) chord in root position.
Midfield for sure.
Middy because you need to beat the most people.
You have to be really good at both to play any position, otherwise you can play bench.
12 dm.12 dm.12 dm.12 dm.
There is no position referred to as "center" in lacrosse. There are three midfielders on the field at all times for each time and often times the player who takes the face-offs plays the middle of the field.
There really isn't any specific way to string a women's lacrosse head. There are multiple stringing patterns which are to provide each player with a pocket that works best for them and their position.
There is a goalie, three attack men, three middies, and three close D.
Position number 35 in the under-hood fuse box.