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Mitchell Northam | NCAA.com | May 19, 2019

DII men's lacrosse championship: Bracket, schedule, live results

2019 DII Men's Lacrosse Championship: Semifinal Recap UIndy vs. Limestone

Two teams remain in the NCAA Division II men's lacrosse championship. No. 6 Merrimack beat No. 1 Le Moyne 15 - 14 in overtime to punch its ticket to the finals. No. 1 Limestone defeated No. 3 Indianapolis 16-7 in the second semifinal game.  

Merrimack and Limestone will meet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 26 at 1 p.m. EST on Lincoln Financial Field to decide the champion.

NCAA LACROSSE: 2019 DII men's lacrosse bracket | Printable bracket

Below, you can find information on the semifinals and finals, including stats, how to watch and where the games will be played.

ROUND LOCATION MATCH-UP RESULTS WATCH TIME
Semifinals Syracuse, NY No. 6 Merrimack 15, No. 1 Le Moyne 14 (OT) Merrimack wins 15-14 (OT) NCAA.com May 18 - 12 p.m. EST
Semifinals Gaffney, SC No. 1 Limestone 16, No. 3 Indianapolis 7 Limestone wins 16-7 NCAA.com May 19 - 12 p.m. EST
Final Philadelphia, PA No. 6 Merrimack vs. No. 1 Limestone TBA TBA May 26 - 1 p.m. EST

RANKINGS: Regional rankings | USILA Coaches poll

Merrimack won the 2018 national championship, but before that there was a string of five straight years where the title was won by either Limestone or Le Moyne. Indianapolis has never won the national championship.

MAKING HISTORY: The DII men's lacrosse programs with the most national championships

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS RUNNER-UP HOST OR SITE
2018 Merrimack Mike Morgan 23-6 Saint Leo Foxborough, Mass.
2017 Limestone (21-1) J.B. Clarke 11-9 Merrimack Foxborough, Mass.
2016 Le Moyne (20-0) Dan Sheehan 8-4 Limestone Philadelphia
2015 Limestone (20-1) J.B. Clarke 9-6 Le Moyne Philadelphia
2014 Limestone (19-1) J.B. Clarke 12-6 LIU Post Baltimore
2013 Le Moyne (18-2) Dan Sheehan 11-10 Mercyhurst Philadelphia
2012 Dowling (13-2) Tim Boyle 11-10 Limestone Foxborough, Mass.
2011 Mercyhurst (14-2) Chris Ryan 9-8 Adelphi Baltimore
2010 C.W. Post (16-1) John Jez 14-9 Le Moyne Baltimore
2009 C.W. Post (15-1) John Jez 8-7 Le Moyne Boston
2008 NYIT (13-1) Jack Kaley 16-11 Le Moyne Boston
2007 Le Moyne (15-2) Dan Sheehan 6-5 Mercyhurst Baltimore
2006 Le Moyne (18-0) Dan Sheehan 12-5 Dowling Philadelphia
2005 NYIT (10-2) Jack Kaley 14-13 (ot) Limestone Philadelphia
2004 Le Moyne (16-0) Dan Sheehan 11-10 (2ot) Limestone Baltimore
2003 NYIT (14-0) Jack Kaley 9-4 Limestone Baltimore
2002 Limestone (13-2) T.W.Johnson 11-9 NYIT Rutgers (Yurcak Field)
2001 Adelphi (12-2) Sandy Kapatos 14-10 Limestone Rutgers (Yurcak Field)
2000 Limestone (14-2) Mike Cerino 10-9 C.W. Post Maryland (Ludwig Field)
1999 Adelphi (10-3) Sandy Kapatos 11-8 C.W. Post Maryland (Ludwig Field)
1998 Adelphi (12-3) Sandy Kapatos 18-6 C.W. Post Rutgers (Yurcak Field)
1997 NYIT (12-2) Jack Kaley 18-11 Adelphi Adelphi
1996 C.W. Post (10-3) Tom Postel 15-10 Adelphi C.W. Post
1995 Adelphi (10-3) Sandy Kapatos 12-10 Springfield Springfield
1994 Springfield (12-2) Keith Bugbee 15-12 NYIT C.W. Post
1993 Adelphi (8-3) Kevin Sheehan 11-7 C.W. Post C.W. Post
1981 Adelphi (10-2) Paul Doherty 17-14 Loyola Maryland Adelphi
1980 UMBC (11-3) Dick Watts 23-14 Adelphi UMBC
1979 Adelphi (13-3) Paul Doherty 17-12 UMBC Adelphi
1978 Roanoke (12-2) Paul Griffin 14-13 Hobart Hobart
1977 Hobart (15-0) Jerry Schmidt 23-13 Washington College Hobart
1976 Hobart (14-3) Jerry Schmidt 18-9 Adelphi UMBC
1975 SUNY Cortland (10-4) Chuck Winters 12-11 Hobart C.W. Post
1974 Towson (14-1) Carl Runk 18-17 (ot) Hobart SUNY Cortland

 

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