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.@ACCMLax Championships at PPL Park this weekend: Schedule is announced, link for tickets

Wednesday, 22nd April 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 4/22/15

Friday, April 24
No. 1 Notre Dame vs No. 4 Duke – 5:30 p.m. WatchESPN:
No. 2 North Carolina vs No. 3 Syracuse – 8 p.m. WatchESPN:

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Penn midfielder Joe McCallion (Haverford School) will lead his Quakers into the Saturday challenge game vs. Virginia

Penn midfielder Joe McCallion (Haverford School) will lead his Quakers into the Saturday ACc Penn Classic vs. Virginia (Photo by Rene Schleicher)

Saturday, April 25
Virginia vs Penn – 7:30 p.m. ESPN3:

Sunday, April 26
ACC Championship Final – 1 p.m. WatchESPN:


2 – Notre Dame’s Matt Kavanagh scored two of the Fighting Irish’s final three goals, including the game winner, in the last 1:15 to help ND defeat North Carolina and win the ACC regular season title. Teammate Jim Marlatt assisted on all three goals in the last minute rally.

4 – Four of the last five national championship games have been between two current ACC men’s lacrosse teams.

4 – Since 1989, the ACC Champion has gone on to win the NCAA Title four times.

5 – All five ACC men’s lacrosse teams are ranked in the Top 9 of this week’s Inside Lacrosse and USILA polls. The ACC holds the top two slots in each poll for the eighth consecutive week.

10 – Syracuse’s Ben Williams leads the nation with 10.0 ground balls per game. His .693 faceoff percentage ranks second in Division I.

14 – The ACC had 14 players selected in the 2015 MLL Collegiate Draft, the most of any conference.

15 – The ACC owns 15 wins over ranked non-conference foes with six of them coming against teams who were ranked in the top 10 at the time of the game.

23 – The ACC combines for 23 honorees on Inside Lacrosse’s Preseason All-America Team, including a national-best six on the first team.

23 – Current ACC membership collectively owns 23 NCAA titles, including six of the last seven and 11 titles during this century.

27 – The ACC is perfect on its home fields in non-conference play with a 27-0 mark.

217 – North Carolina’s Joey Sankey owns North Carolina’s career points record with 217. He broke the previous school record of 213 set by Marcus Holman from 2010-13. Sankey ranks tied for fourth on the NCAA’s active career points list.


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