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Live updates from the 2022 NCAA DI women's lacrosse championship

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Here's how to watch Thursday's quarterfinals

Boston College Athletics BC lacrosse

The DI women's lacrosse championship continues this Thursday, May 19 with quarterfinals. All four games will be televised on ESPNU and available to stream live on WatchESPN. 

Below is the schedule for Thursday's quarterfinals, and how to stream each matchup.

Click or tap here to see the interactive bracket.

8:35 pm, May 15, 2022

Quarterfinal matchups set for 2022 DI women's lacrosse tournament

The second round of the DI women's lacrosse championship is all done and the quarterfinal matchups are set. There were no major upsets in the second round. No. 1 North Carolina had the largest win of the day, 24-2, over Virginia. 

The quarterfinals will be played on Thursday, May 19. 

Check out all the scores from Sunday:

Click here for the interactive bracket.

Click here for the full scoreboard. 

Below are the quarterfinal matchups which are set to begin on May 19: 

1:32 am, May 14, 2022
12:59 pm, May 13, 2022

First round schedule, scores

Notre Dame Athletics Notre Dame women's lacrosse

The 2022 DI women's lacrosse championship begins today with 13 first round matches. Today's winners will advance to the second round on Sunday. The top three seeds — No. 1 North Carolina, No. 2 Maryland and No. 3 Boston College — await their respective opponents in the second round.

A new champion will be crowned Sunday, May 29.

Below is the full first round schedule for Friday's games (ET), all streaming on ESPN+. You can follow each game in our scoreboard page.

Click here for the interactive bracket.

8:47 pm, May 12, 2022

Three first round games moved up due to weather

USC Athletics USC women's lacrosse

The first round of the 2022 DI women's lacrosse championship begins Friday, May 13. Due to threat of inclement weather, three matchups have been bumped up to the early afternoon.

Virginia and Southern California will now start their game at noon ET in Chapel Hill, North Carolina while both games in Gainesville, Florida have also been adjusted. No. 7 Florida vs. Mercer will start at noon and Jacksonville vs. Stanford is now scheduled for 2:30 ET.

Below is the full first round schedule for Friday's games (ET), all streaming on ESPN+. Click or tap here to see the entire interactive bracket.

11:35 pm, May 8, 2022

2022 DI women's lacrosse championship bracket revealed

The NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Committee has released the bracket for the 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship.

North Carolina was selected as the overall No. 1 seed after finishing 18-0 and winning the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. 

Big Ten Conference champion Maryland (17-1) earned the No. 2 seed in the field, while Boston College enters the tournament as the No. 3 seed with a 16-3 record. Northwestern (13-4) rounds out the top four seeds.

Click here to view the full bracket. 

Click here to view the full release. 

12:10 pm, May 8, 2022

How to watch the 2022 DI women's lacrosse selection show

The field for the 2022 DI women's lacrosse tournament will be revealed Sunday, May 8 at 9 p.m. ET live on ESPNU. Twenty-nine teams will qualify for this year's tournament. The first round is set to begin May 13. 

Here's how to watch the 2022 DI women's lacrosse selection show.

When: Sunday, May 8 at 9 p.m. ET

Where: ESPNU

The 2022 championship will be held Sunday, May 29 at Homewood Field in Baltimore, Maryland. The interactive bracket will be here.

6:00 pm, May 5, 2022

DI women's lacrosse championship history

Boston College won its first DI women's lacrosse championship last season with a 16-10 win over Syracuse. Maryland still leads the sport with 14 national titles. The Terrapins' most recent title was in 2019 over Boston College.

YEAR CHAMPION COACH SCORE RUNNER-UP SITE
2021 Boston College Acacia Walker-Weinstein 16-10 Syracuse Towson, Md.
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19 -- -- -- --
2019 Maryland Cathy Reese 12-10 Boston College Baltimore, Md.
2018 James Madison Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe 16-15 Boston College Stony Brook, N.Y. 
2017 Maryland Cathy Reese 16-13 Boston College Foxborough, Mass. 
2016 North Carolina Jenny Levy 13-7 Maryland Chester, Pa.
2015 Maryland Cathy Reese 9-8 North Carolina Chester, Pa.
2014 Maryland Cathy Reese 15-12 Syracuse Towson, Md.
2013 North Carolina Jenny Levy 13-12 (3OT) Maryland Villanova
2012 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 8-6 Syracuse Stony Brook
2011 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 8-7 Maryland Stony Brook
2010 Maryland Cathy Reese 13-11 Northwestern Towson
2009 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 21-7 North Carolina Towson
2008 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 10-6 Penn Towson
2007 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 15-13 Virginia Penn
2006 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 7-4 Dartmouth Boston University
2005 Northwestern Kelly Amonte Hiller 13-10 Virginia Navy
2004 Virginia Julie Myres 10-4 Princeton Princeton
2003 Princeton Chris Sailer 8-7 (OT) Virginia Syracuse
2002 Princeton Chris Sailer 12-7 Georgetown Loyola (Md.)
2001 Maryland Cindy Timchal 14-13 (OT) Georgetown Johns Hopkins
2000 Maryland Cindy Timchal 16-8 Princeton TCNJ
1999 Maryland Cindy Timchal 16-6 Virginia Johns Hopkins
1998 Maryland Cindy Timchal 11-5 Virginia UMBC
1997 Maryland Cindy Timchal 8-7 Loyola (Md.) Lehigh
1996 Maryland Cindy Timchal 10-5 Virginia Lehigh
1995 Maryland Cindy Timchal 13-5 Princeton TCNJ
1994 Princeton Chris Sailer 10-7 Maryland Maryland
1993 Virginia Jane Miller 8-6 (OT) Princeton Maryland
1992 Maryland Cindy Timchal 11-10 (OT) Havard Lehigh
1991 Virginia Jane Miller 8-6 Maryland TCNJ
1990 Harvard Carole Kleinfelder 8-7 Maryland Princeton
1989 Penn State Susan Scheetz 7-6 Harvard West Chester
1988 Temple Tina Sloan Green 15-7 Penn State Haverford
1987 Penn State Susan Scheetz 7-6 Temple Maryland
1986 Maryland Sue Tyler 11-10 Penn State Maryland
1985 New Hampshire Marisa Didio 6-5 Maryland Penn
1984 Temple Tina Sloan Green 6-4 Maryland Boston University
1983 Delaware Janet Smith 10-7 Temple Penn
1982 Massachusetts Pamela Hixon 9-6 TCNJ TCNJ

Note: Before 2001, this championship was a national collegiate championship.