NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship

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NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2016 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship
Sport College lacrosse
Founded 1980
No. of teams 224
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
Salisbury (11)
TV partner(s) ESPN
CBS College Sports Network
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship is the annual championship in men's lacrosse held by the NCAA for teams competing in Division III. After the inauguration of the NCAA Division I championship in 1971, the USILA added a "small college" tournament for two years for all non-Division I schools (winners: 1972 Hobart, 1973 Cortland State).[1] The NCAA conducted a combined Division II and III tournament for the 1974 through 1979 seasons, followed by separate tournaments for Division II and Division III beginning in 1980.[2]

Champions[edit]

NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship
Year Site
(Host Team)
Stadium Championship Semifinalists
Champion Score Runner-up
1980
Details
Geneva, NY
(Hobart)
Boswell Field Hobart 11–8 Cortland State Ithaca and Salisbury State
1981
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Hobart (2) 10–8 Cortland State Salisbury State and Washington College
1982
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Hobart (3) 9–8
(OT)
Washington College Roanoke and Salisbury State
1983
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Hobart (4) 13–9 Roanoke Ohio Wesleyan and Washington College
1984
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Hobart (5) 12–5 Washington College RIT and Salisbury State
1985
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Chestertown, MD
(Washington College)
Kibler Field Hobart (6) 15–8 Washington College Cortland State and RIT
1986
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Geneva, NY
(Hobart)
Boswell Field Hobart (7) 13–10 Washington College Cortland State and Ohio Wesleyan
1987
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Hobart (8) 9–5 Ohio Wesleyan RIT and Washington and Lee
1988
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Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
Selby Field Hobart (9) 18–9 Washington College Franklin & Marshall and Roanoke
1989
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Geneva, NY
(Hobart)
Boswell Field Hobart (10) 18–9 Ohio Wesleyan Nazareth (NY) and Washington College
1990
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Hobart (11) 18–6 Washington College Ohio Wesleyan and Salisbury State
1991
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Salisbury, MD
(Salisbury State)
Sea Gull Stadium Hobart (12) 12–11 Salisbury State Nazareth (NY) and Ohio Wesleyan
1992
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Philadelphia, PA
(Penn)
Franklin Field Nazareth (NY) 22–11 Roanoke Hobart and Ithaca
1993
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College Park, MD
(Maryland)
Byrd Stadium Hobart (13) 16–10 Ohio Wesleyan Nazareth (NY) and Washington College
1994
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Salisbury State 15–9 Hobart Gettysburg and Nazareth (NY)
1995
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Salisbury State (2) 22–13 Nazareth (NY) Gettysburg and Ohio Wesleyan
1996
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Nazareth (NY) (2) 11–10
(OT)
Washington College Ohio Wesleyan and Salisbury State
1997
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Nazareth (NY) (3) 15–14
(OT)
Washington College Gettysburg and Ohio Wesleyan
1998
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Piscataway, NJ
(Rutgers)
Rutgers Stadium Washington College 16–10 Nazareth (NY) Ohio Wesleyan and Salisbury State
1999
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College Park, MD
(Maryland)
Byrd Stadium Salisbury State (3) 13–6 Middlebury Denison and RIT
2000
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Middlebury 16–12 Salisbury State Nazareth (NY) and Washington & Lee
2001
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Piscataway, NJ
(Rutgers)
Rutgers Stadium Middlebury (2) 15–10 Gettysburg Denison and Nazareth (NY)
2002
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Middlebury (3) 14–9 Gettysburg Ithaca and Washington & Lee
2003
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Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium Salisbury (4) 14–13
(OT)
Middlebury SUNY Cortland and Whittier
2004
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Salisbury (5) 13–9 Nazareth (NY) Middlebury and Washington College
2005
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Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field Salisbury (6) 11–10 Middlebury Nazareth and Roanoke
2006
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SUNY Cortland 13–12
(OT)
Salisbury' Roanoke and Wesleyan (CT)
2007
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Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium Salisbury (7) 15–9 SUNY Cortland Gettysburg and Wesleyan (CT)
2008
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Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium Salisbury (8) 19–13 SUNY Cortland Ithaca and Gettysburg
2009
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SUNY Cortland (2) 9–7 Gettysburg Middlebury and Stevenson
2010
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Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium Tufts 9–6 Salisbury SUNY Cortland and Stevenson
2011
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Salisbury (9) 19–7 Tufts Roanoke and RIT
2012
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Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium Salisbury (10) 14–10 SUNY Cortland Stevenson and Tufts
2013
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Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field Stevenson 16–14 RIT SUNY Cortland and Salisbury
2014
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Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium Tufts (2) 12–9 Salisbury RIT and Washington College
2015
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Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field Tufts (3) 19–11 Lynchburg RIT and Gettysburg
2016
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Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field Salisbury (11) 14-13 Tufts St. Lawrence and Gettysburg

Team Championship records[edit]

Team Championships Appearances Winning years
Hobart 13 14 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Salisbury (State) 11 16 1994, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2016
Middlebury 3 6 2000, 2001, 2002
Nazareth 3 6 1992, 1996, 1997
Tufts 3 5 2010, 2014, 2015
SUNY Cortland 2 7 2006, 2009
Stevenson 1 1 2013
Washington College 1 8 1998
Ohio Wesleyan 0 4
Gettysburg 0 3
Roanoke 0 2
Lynchburg 0 1
RIT 0 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Scott, Bob (1976). Lacrosse Technique and Tradition. The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0-8018-2060-X. 
  2. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_lacrosse_champs_finals_records/2013/D3ResultsRecs.pdf

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