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NCAA announces men’s championships will be held in Philly, hosted by Drexel in 2023, 2024

Wednesday, 14th October 2020

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/14/20 – From Press Release

Drexel University has been named as the host of the 2023 and 2024 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Championships will mark the fifth and sixth times that Drexel will host the event. Drexel was scheduled to host the 2020 Men’s Lacrosse Championships before the pandemic canceled the event held over Memorial Day Weekend.

“Drexel Athletics is excited to once again host the 2023 and 2024 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at Lincoln Financial Field,” Drexel Director of Athletics, and PHL Sports Vice Chair, Dr. Eric Zillmer said. “Lacrosse fans everywhere will be pleased to hear that once again Philadelphia will be the lacrosse epicenter on Memorial Day.

“Our professional staff at Drexel, which has previously hosted four NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships, takes pride in working with the Philadelphia Eagles and PHL Sports to stage a first-class championship at one of the premier facilities in the nation.”

The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships feature three days of action at Lincoln Financial Field. Opening day will host the Division I semifinals. On Sunday afternoon, the champions for both Division II and III will be crowned. The Division I title game will be held on Memorial Day afternoon.

Drexel previously hosted the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at Lincoln Financial Field in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2019. The winners of those championships were Duke University, Denver, North Carolina and the University of Virginia. Drexel also hosted the 2012 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals at what is now Subaru Park in Chester, Pa., the home of the Philadelphia Union.

The site for the ’21 and ’22 Men’s championship Weekends – Fairfield University’s Rentschler Field at East Hartford, Conn. – had previously been announced by the NCAA.

Also of note is the 2026 men’s quarterfinals; one host site will be Delaware Stadium on the campus of the University of Delaware

Here are the full championship dates, including the previously announced ones, from the NCAA, through 2026.

DI Men’s

2021
Quarterfinals
Hofstra; James H. Shuart Stadium — Hempstead, N.Y.
Notre Dame; Notre Dame Stadium — Notre Dame, Ind.

Championship
Fairfield; Rentschler Field – East Hartford, Conn.

2022
Quarterfinals
Hofstra; James H. Shuart Stadium — Hempstead, N.Y.
Ohio State; Ohio Stadium — Columbus, Ohio

Championship
Fairfield; Rentschler Field – East Hartford, Conn.

2023
Quarterfinals
UAlbany; Tom & Mary Casey Stadium — Albany, N.Y.
Navy; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium — Annapolis, Md.

Championship
Drexel; Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia

2024
Quarterfinals
Hofstra; James H. Shuart Stadium — Hempstead, N.Y.
Towson; Johnny Unitas Stadium – Towson, Md.

Championship
Drexel; Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia

2025
Quarterfinals
Navy; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium — Annapolis, Md.
Brown; Brown Stadium — Providence, R.I.

Championship
Harvard; Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Mass.

2026
Quarterfinals
Hofstra; James H. Shuart Stadium — Hempstead, N.Y.
Delaware; Delaware Stadium — Newark, Del.

Championship
Harvard; Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Mass.

DI Women’s Championships

2021 –Towson; Johnny Unitas Stadium – Towson, Md.

2022 – Johns Hopkins;  Homewood Field – Baltimore 

2023 – North Carolina; WakeMed Soccer Park — Cary, N.C.

2024 – North Carolina; WakeMed Soccer Park — Cary, N.C.

2025 – Harvard; Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Mass.

2026 – Harvard; Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Mass.

DII Women’s Championships

2021 -Mountain East Conference; Kerr Stadium – Salem, Va.

2022 – Lindenwood; Harlen C. Hunter Stadium – Saint Charles, MO 

2023 – UIndy; Key Stadium — Indianapolis 

2024 – Rollins; Showalter Stadium — Orlando, Fla.

2025 – Stonehill; W.B. Mason Stadium — Easton, Mass.

2026 -Stonehill; W.B. Mason Stadium — Easton, Mass.

DIII Women’s Championships

2021 – ODAC, Roanoke; Kerr Stadium – Salem, Va.

2022 – ODAC, Roanoke; Kerr Stadium – Salem, Va.

2023 – ODAC, Roanoke; Kerr Stadium – Salem, Va. 

2024 – ODAC, Roanoke; Kerr Stadium – Salem, Va.

2025 – Babson; MacDowell Field, Babson, Mass.

2026 – Babson; MacDowell Field, Babson, Mass.


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