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Andrew Cyr | NCAA.com | May 28, 2017

Limestone beats Merrimack 11-9 to win 2017 title

  For the third time in four years, Limestone is the DII men's lacrosse champion.

After a one-year absence from hoisting the trophy, Limestone is once again the NCAA Division II champion.

The Saints had to earn their third title in four years, gutting through a neck-and-neck battle with Merrimack that finally ended with an 11-9 victory.

Ryan Maciejewski led the way on offense for Limestone with a hat trick, while the remaining eight goals came from an octet of different players.

Scroll through below for a full recap of the exciting Memorial Day weekend season finale.

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