NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship



Each year, the NCAA Championship determines the top lacrosse team in the NCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III.

Division I

YearChampionScoreDefeatedVenue
1971Cornell12 - 6Maryland Hofstra Stadium, Hempstead, NY
1972Virginia13 - 12Johns HopkinsByrd Stadium, College Park, MD
1973Maryland10 - 9 (2 OT)Johns HopkinsFranklin Field, Philadelphia, PA
1974Johns Hopkins17 - 12Maryland Rutgers Stadium I, Piscataway, NJ
1975Maryland20 - 13NavyHomewood Field, Baltimore, MD
1976Cornell16 - 13 (OT)MarylandBrown Stadium, Providence, RI
1977Cornell16 - 8Johns HopkinsScott Stadium, Charlottesville, VA
1978Johns Hopkins13 - 8CornellRutgers Stadium I
1979Johns Hopkins15 - 9MarylandByrd Stadium
1980Johns Hopkins9 - 8 (2 OT)VirginiaSchoellkopf Field, Ithaca, NY
1981North Carolina14 - 13Johns HopkinsPalmer Stadium, Princeton, NJ
1982North Carolina7 - 5Johns HopkinsScott Stadium
1983Syracuse17 - 16Johns HopkinsRutgers Stadium I
1984Johns Hopkins13 - 10SyracuseDelaware Stadium, Newark, DE
1985Johns Hopkins11 - 4SyracuseBrown Stadium
1986North Carolina10 - 9 (OT)VirginiaDelaware Stadium
1987Johns Hopkins11 - 10CornellRutgers Stadium I
1988Syracuse13 - 8CornellCarrier Dome, Syracuse, NY
1989Syracuse13 - 12Johns HopkinsByrd Stadium
1990Syracuse121 - 9Loyola (MD)Rutgers Stadium I
1991North Carolina18 - 13Towson StateCarrier Dome
1992Princeton10 - 9 (2 OT)SyracuseFranklin Field
1993Syracuse13 - 12North CarolinaByrd Stadium
1994Princeton9 - 8 (OT)VirginiaByrd Stadium
1995Syracuse13 - 9MarylandByrd Stadium
1996Princeton13 - 12 (OT)VirginiaByrd Stadium
1997Princeton19 - 7MarylandByrd Stadium
1998Princeton15 - 5MarylandRutgers Stadium, Piscataway
1999Virginia12 - 10SyracuseByrd Stadium
2000Syracuse13 - 7PrincetonByrd Stadium
2001Princeton10 - 9 (OT)SyracuseRutgers Stadium
2002Syracuse13 - 12PrincetonRutgers Stadium
2003Virginia9 - 7Johns HopkinsM&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
2004Syracuse14 - 13NavyM&T Bank Stadium
2005Johns Hopkins9 - 8DukeLincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
2006Virginia15 - 7MassachusettsLincoln Financial Field
2007Johns Hopkins12 - 11DukeM&T Bank Stadium
2008Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
2009


1 Syracuse's participation in tournament vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions

Team Championship Record Winning Years
Johns Hopkins9 - 8 (0.529)1974, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1987, 2005, 2007
Syracuse8* - 5 (0.615)1983, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1995, 2000, 2002, 2004
Princeton6 - 2 (0.750)1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001
North Carolina4 - 1 (0.800)1981, 1982, 1986, 1991
Virginia4 - 4 (0.500)1972, 1999, 2003, 2006
Cornell3 - 3 (0.500)1971, 1976, 1977
Maryland2 - 7 (0.222)1973, 1975
Navy0 - 2 (0.000)
Duke0 - 2 (0.000)
Loyola (MD)0 - 1 (0.000)
Towson0 - 1 (0.000)
Massachusetts0 - 1 (0.000)


* Syracuse's 1990 victory later vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions

Division II

YearChampionScoreDefeated
1974Towson State18-17 (ot)Hobart
1975Cortland State12-11Hobart
1976Hobart18-9Adelphi
1977Hobart23-13Washington (MD)
1978Roanoke14-13Hobart
1979Adelphi17-12UMBC
1980UMBC23-14Adelphi
1981Adelphi17-14Loyola (MD)
1982-1992No NCAA Division II tournament
1993Adelphi11-7C.W. Post
1994Springfield15-12New York Tech
1995Adelphi12-10Springfield
1996C.W. Post15-10Adelphi
1997New York Tech18-11Adelphi
1998Adelphi18-6C.W. Post
1999Adelphi11-8C.W. Post
2000Limestone College10-9C.W. Post
2001Adelphi14-10Limestone College
2002Limestone College11-9New York Tech
2003New York Tech9-4Limestone College
2004LeMoyne11-10 (2 OT)Limestone College
2005New York Tech14-13 (OT)Limestone College
2006LeMoyne12-5Dowling
2007LeMoyne6-5Mercyhurst


Team Championships Winning years
Adelphi71979, 1981, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001
New York Tech31997, 2003, 2005
LeMoyne32004, 2006, 2007
Hobart21976, 1977
Limestone College22000, 2002
Towson State11974
Cortland State11975
Roanoke11978
UMBC11980
Springfield11994
C W Post11996

Division III

YearChampionScoreDefeated
1980Hobart11-8Cortland State
1981Hobart10-8Cortland State
1982Hobart9-8 (OT)Washington College (MD)
1983Hobart13-9Roanoke
1984Hobart12-5Washington College (MD)
1985Hobart15-8Washington College (MD)
1986Hobart13-10Washington College (MD)
1987Hobart9-5Ohio Wesleyan
1988Hobart18-9Ohio Wesleyan
1989Hobart11-8Ohio Wesleyan
1990Hobart18-6Washington College (MD)
1991Hobart12-11Salisbury State
1992Nazareth (NY)22-11Roanoke
1993Hobart16-10Ohio Wesleyan
1994Salisbury State15-9Hobart
1995Salisbury State22-13Nazareth (NY)
1996Nazareth (NY)11-10 (OT)Washington College (MD)
1997Nazareth (NY)15-14 (OT)Washington College (MD)
1998Washington College (MD)16-10Nazareth (NY)
1999Salisbury State13-6Middlebury
2000Middlebury16-12Salisbury State
2001Middlebury15-10Gettysburg
2002Middlebury14-9Gettysburg
2003Salisbury14-13 (OT)Middlebury
2004Salisbury13-9Nazareth (NY)
2005Salisbury11-10Middlebury
2006Cortland State13-12 (OT)Salisbury
2007Salisbury15-9Cortland State


Team Championships Winning years
Hobart131980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Salisbury (State)71994, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007
Nazareth31992, 1996, 1997
Middlebury32000, 2001, 2002
Washington College11998
Cortland State12006

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See also

References

1. ^ "Virginia Claims National Title, and a Victory for Lacrosse", The New York Times, May 30, 2006. 

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