Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Tickets

Founded in 1971, the NCAA Lacrosse Championship is one of the three championships in men’s field lacrosse. It is organized under the NCAA and the results in the determination of the top team in the NCAA Division I, Division II and Division III. Tickets are now available for the latest installment of this championship which is set to kick off on 20th May, 2017 and go on till 29th May, 2017. For fans of NCAA Lacrosse Championships, it is vital to reserve the best seats at the earliest, since the tickets are selling out fast.

Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Venues

Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Cities

Most of the games will take place at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, while the first game will be held at the James Shuart Stadium in Hempstead, NY.

The Three Divisions

There are three NCAA Lacrosse Championships at present in men’s category.

NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship

This championship is held to determine the top men’s field lacrosse team in this particular Division. Before this championship was used as the method of determination, the champion was crowned by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) from 1963 till 1970, based on regular season records. As of 2016, 46 NCAA tournaments have been held with a total of ten teams winning the title. Only seven unseeded teams have ever made it to the championship game and merely ten unseeded teams have managed to get to the semi-finals. Johns Hopkins has appeared in all of the tournaments except two. The 2016 winner, North Carolina, was the first unseeded team to win this national title. Syracuse has won ten titles over the years and Johns Hopkins coming in at number two with 9 titles. Other teams that have managed to win this title include Princeton, Virginia, North Carolina, Cornell, Duke, Maryland, Denver and Loyola.

NCAA Division II Men’s Lacrosse Championship

This is the annual championship organized by the NCAA for teams competing in Division II in men’s lacrosse. After the development of an institution for Division I by the NCAA in 1971, a “small college” tournament was added for all schools that weren’t in Division I by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. This continued for two years before a combined formal NCAA Division II and III tournaments were established. In 1979, the divisional championships were separated. The Division II was put on hold for twelve years between the 1981 and 1993 season and was resumed afterwards. Currently there are 8 teams in the Division II, and the most recent champions were Le Moyne. The TV partners for this Division are ESPN and CBS College Sports Network. The most championships won are by Adelphi, with 7 wins out of 11 appearances. The second most successful team in this Division was Le Moyne, with 5 wins out of 9 appearances, followed by Limsetone with 4 wins out of 10 appearances. Other teams that have managed victories in this tournament include New York Tech, C W Post, Hobart, Mercyhurst, Dowling, UMBC, Springfield, Roanoke, Cortland State and Towson State.

NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship

This is the championship held by NCAA for Division III teams. Founded in 1980, the tournament has 224 teams competing currently, with the most recent champions being Salisbury. The TV partners are ESPN and CBS College Sports Network. The championship has been won most by Hobart, who has an impressive record of 13 wins out of 14 appearances. In second place is Salisbury (State), which has won the championship 11 times in 16 appearances, followed by third place Middlebury with 3 wins in 6 appearances. Teams such as Nazareth, Tufts, SUNY Cortland, Washington College and Stevenson have also had their fair share of victories over the history of this tournament.

The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship finals and semi-finals are played in the National Football League stadiums and are some of the most attended NCAA events.

This year, the quarterfinals will be held at the James Shuart Stadium on 20th of May, followed by the 2017 NCAA Lacrosse Championships – All Sessions on the 27th of May. On the same day, the DI Semifinals are also scheduled to be held at the Gillette Stadium. The Women’s games for all three divisions will be held on the 28th of May, followed by the DI Men’s Championship game at the Gillette Stadium on the 29th of May.

If you want to catch all this action live, you need to get yourself these NCAA Lacrosse Championships tickets.

Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Tickets Prices

The average price for Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Tickets start from $56. The minimum get in price is $20 for Ncaa Lacrosse Championships Tickets at the Gillette Stadium, Foxborough. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
2018 NCAA Lacrosse Championships - All Sessions Foxborough 26-May-18 $175 $130
2018 NCAA Lacrosse Championships - DI Semifinals Foxborough 26-May-18 $128 $107
2018 NCAA Lacrosse Championships - D1 Women's, DII & DII Men's Championships Foxborough 27-May-18 $56 $20
2018 NCAA Lacrosse Championships - DI Men's Championship Foxborough 28-May-18 $110 $87

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.

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