2019 NCAA College Lacrosse Schedules
The Paladins will look to play better outside of the SoCon after winning two nonconference games since 2015.
The Friars hope to turn things around after taking a big step back last season.
It will be a big year for the Crimson program, who hope a trip to the Ivy League Tournament is in their future.
After a breakthrough 2018, the Colonials look to continue their success in 2019.
The Golden Griffins look to repeat as MAAC champions.
The Pirates look to continue to improve in their fourth year of existence.
The Red Storm went 6-3 in nonconference play, but failed to win a game in Big East play.
The Bearcats look to bounce back after a disappointing 2018 campaign.
The Retrievers were the top-scoring defense in the country last season despite recording only 130 points on offense.
Will the Cavaliers make a Championship Weekend run?
Bucknell looks to take the next step and make it to the NCAA Tournament in 2019.
Can the Buckeyes return to the NCAA Tournament after reaching the National Championship game in 2017?
With some talent on offense, the Pioneers look to be the team that comes out of the NEC with the conference’s automatic qualifier.
Jim Mitchell hopes his return to Louisville starts out with a bang.
With plenty of players returning from a year ago, Delaware is a dark horse pick to win the CAA.
After a historic 2018 season, the Catamounts look to continue their success in 2019.
After a rare down year, the Black Knights look to return to the Patriot League Tournament.
The Pride will have plenty of new faces taking the field in 2019 in hopes of finally winning another CAA championship.
Is this the year the Scarlet Knights get into the NCAA Tournament?
With things back to normal, Air Force hopes to return to the top of the SoCon in 2019.
Without Trevor Baptiste winning constant faceoffs, the Pioneers will continue to look to dominate the college lacrosse world out west.
The Jaspers hope to turn things around in 2019.
Is this Lehigh’s big year to dethrone Loyola as Patriot League champs?
With Asher Nolting leading the way, the Panthers look to contend in the SoCon.
Can the Bulldogs be the first team since Duke to win back-to-back national championships?
The Red Foxes look to rebound after a down 2018 season.
With a couple new assistant coaches, the Bears will look to stay in the hunt for an Ivy League title.
The Wildcats hope to try and make the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season.
With a healthy Grant Ament back, will Penn State have a breakthrough 2019 season?
The Bulldogs always do well in NEC play and hope 2019 can provide them another NEC conference championship.