The Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II Lacrosse League, also known as the ECAC Division II Lacrosse League, is an American NCAA Division II college athletic conference and part of the Eastern College Athletic Conference that only sponsors men's Division II lacrosse. The league was founded in March 2012 and began play in the 2012-13 academic year (2013 lacrosse season). The founding members included Alderson Broaddus University (then Alderson–Broaddus College), Lake Erie College, Lindenwood University, Mercyhurst University, Ohio Valley University, Seton Hill University, Walsh University, and Wheeling Jesuit University. The new conference brings together four former associate member in men's lacrosse only of the East Coast Conference: Lake Erie, Mercyhurst, Seton Hill, and Wheeling Jesuit; Lindenwood from the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association; and Ohio Valley from competing as and Independent program; Walsh, in the program's first season of NCAA competition as part of the university's transition from NAIA; and Alderson-Broaddus, the program's first season in existence.
|Alderson Broaddus University
||Philippi, West Virginia
|Lake Erie College
||Saint Charles, Missouri
|Ohio Valley University
||Vienna, West Virginia
||Private (Churches of Christ)
|Seton Hill University
||North Canton, Ohio
|Wheeling Jesuit University
||Wheeling, West Virginia
||Alderson Broaddus Athletic Complex
||Jack Britt Memorial Stadium
||Harlen C. Hunter Stadium
||Louis J. Tullio Field
||Parkersburg High School Stadium
||Vasco Sports Athletic Field
||Wheeling Jesuit Athletic Complex
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