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NCAA.com | May 3, 2015

Conference Championships

2015 DIVISION I MEN'S LACROSSE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Conference Location * Schedule/Results Champion Last Tourn. App.

America East

Albany, N.Y
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Albany 2014

ACC

Philadelphia
Semifinals: April 24
Championship: April 26
Syracuse 2014

Big East

Villanova, Pa.
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Denver 2014

Big Ten

College Park, Md.
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Johns Hopkins 2014

Colonial

Fairfield, Conn.
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Towson 2013

Ivy League

Providence, R.I.
Semifinals: May 1
Championship: May 3
Yale 2013

Metro-Atlantic

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Marist 2005

Northeast

Philadelphia
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
Bryant 2014

Patriot League

Annapolis, Md.
Quarterfinals: April 21
Semifinals: April 24
Championship: April 26
Colgate 2012

Southern

Richmond, Va.
Semifinals: April 30
Championship: May 2
High Point First
* -- Final location only.

For the 2015 season, there are 10 conferences that are eligible for automatic qualification (AQ) consideration.   However, only 8 AQ spots will be awarded in the 16-team championship bracket.

The four lowest-ranked automatic qualifying teams as determined by the committee, regardless of conference RPI, will compete in two play-in games to determine the final two AQ spots

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