NCAA Lacrosse Championship Information
The NCAA Menâ€™s Lacrosse Championship got its start in 1971. The three different divisions-- I, II, and IIIâ€”feature college teams depending on the level they rank in sports.
Syracuse leads Division I teams with the most wins in league history with ten titles followed by Johns Hopkins with nine. In Division II, Adelphi has the record with seven titles, and in Division III, Hobart has the most wins with 13 titles. In 2011, Virginia won in DI, Mercyhurst won D2, and Salisbury won D3.
There are four rounds that will eliminate the competition down to the very best in the leagues: First Round, the Quarterfinals, the Semifinals, and the Championship.
The championship comes back to Foxboro, MA at Gillette Stadium, home to the New England Patriots and New England Revolution. With Harvard University as host, Division I, II, and III finalists will battle it out against their respective teams during Memorial Weekend, May 26-28. Gillette has previously hosted in 2008 and 2009 with record setting attendance records.