The final schedule preview for the 2020 season as the Paladins look to get back to the SoCon Tournament for the first time since 2017.
With one of the best midfielders and defenses in the country, the Fighting Irish look to return to Championship Weekend for the first time since 2015.
2020 NCAA College Lacrosse Schedules
A young Wagner team enters the new decade with Bill McCutcheon beginning his second season as head coach.
The Retrievers look to carry last season’s late success into 2020.
Monmouth makes one change to their 2020 schedule, adding Mercer as their nonconference finale.
Mercer’s nonconference schedule has plenty of changes from last season, including their first ever meeting with Monmouth.
Harvard looks to get back to the Ivy League Tournament under new head coach Gerry Byrne.
Like they did to start the previous decade, can Duke win a national championship to start the 2020’s?
Despite losing four key seniors from a year ago, the Bears bring back plenty of scoring.
The Bison look to stay competitive in a crowded Patriot League.
The reigning national champs continue scheduling tough opponents in nonconference play, including former ACC rival Maryland.
The Bonnies are still looking for their first ever program win in their second season.
In a challenging Big Ten, Rutgers looks to stay on pace with the best of the best.
The Crusaders could be in the mix for an above .500 record with a very similar schedule to what they had last year.
Along with their long Patriot League slate, Army has notable nonconference matchups with Notre Dame, Rutgers, Syracuse, and UMass in 2020.
The Terrapins will test themselves prior to Big Ten play with games against Penn, Notre Dame, and Virginia
Penn has yet another challenging nonconference schedule as they look to continue last year’s momentum.
The Saints are eager to return to the MAAC Tournament for the first time since 2014.
Richmond continues to face off against some very tough competition in nonconference play.
Merrimack’s begins their Division I journey with a solid schedule.
Sacred Heart will take one two first-time opponents on the road in 2020.
UMass will play six games on Garber Field, with Yale and Towson highlighting their home slate.
Quinnipiac starts their season against Rutgers, who will face off against each other for the first time since 2004.
St. John’s will be eyeing their first Big East victory since 2016.
After winning the regular season America East title in 2019, new head coach Anthony Gilardi hopes to see his new team win the conference in 2020.
Lafayette looks to continue improving under Pat Myers in his second season as head coach.
The Colonials will look to win their third straight NEC Championship in 2020.
The Knights will have their third permanent head coach in as many seasons and look to get back to the SoCon Tournament.
The Orange will play their final two home games at Cicero-North Syracuse High School as the Carrier Dome gets renovated.
After a fantastic 2019 season, Mount St. Mary’s will look to continue that run in 2020.