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NCAA.com | May 27, 2018

How to watch the entire DI men's lacrosse championship

Yale's Ben Reeves was unstoppable

The 2018 DI men's lacrosse championship field has been revealed. This means the action is nearly upon us, and that means you'd like to know how to watch a bunch of lacrosse.

We've got you covered.

MORE: Full interactive bracket | Printable bracket | Past championship winners 

You can get a printable version of the bracket at this link.

RELATED: Watch: Yale's Matt Gaudet scores five goals in the first half

And here’s a complete breakdown of how to watch the entire tournament, complete with TV info:

Matchup Location Date Time (ET) Channel
Semifinals (Foxborough, Mass.)        
Yale vs. Albany Foxborough, MA Sat., May 26 Noon ESPN2
Duke vs, Maryland Foxborough, MA Sat., May 26 2:30 p.m. ESPN2
         
Yale vs. Duke (Foxborough, Mass.) Foxborough, Mass. Mon., May 28 1 p.m. ESPN2

Audio from the semifinals and championship game will be broadcast on Westwood One.

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