2020 NCAA College Lacrosse Schedules
Canisius starts the season on a five-game road trip before playing at home in five of their final nine contests.
The Sharks entered unchartered waters in their first Division I season.
Georgetown aims for their third straight Big East Championship in 2020.
Detroit Mercy will look to capture their first MAAC title since 2013.
The Greyhounds will look to continue to dominate the Patriot League as they begin the post-Pat Spencer era.
The Tar Heels look to find their way back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2017.
The River Hawks look to continue to rise in the America East in their sixth season.
Towson nearly has the same opponents as last year, with just one switch.
BU is home for seven games this season, including an early season matchup with Ohio State.
The Big Red will certainly challenge themselves in nonconference play.
Fairfield’s nonconference schedule is revamped as the Andrew Baxter era gets underway.
Albany’s opponents are the same as last year, but their schedule is highlighted by the first ever visit from in-state rival Syracuse.
The Wildcats have the same exact opponents as they did last season.
Lehigh takes on two Championship Weekend teams in nonconference play this season.
Three Ivy League opponents and two ACC foes highlight Colgate’s nonconference slate.
Hobart’s entire nonconference schedule is comprised of teams from New York.
VMI will look to record their first conference victory since 2014.
Binghamton mixes up their nonconference schedule with five new opponents, including two ones for the first time in program history.
The Friars will play nine of their 14 games on the road this season.
Bryant looks to rebound after a tough 2019 campaign with a nonconference slate that includes North Carolina.
The Vikings’ first full graduating class wraps up their time in Cleveland this year.
Drexel will host three new opponents at Vidas Field this season, including their first ever meeting with Marquette.
Penn State takes on three straight Ivy League opponents in nonconference play, all of whom finished in the top 12 in RPI last year.
Yale starts the season with five games away from New Haven before hosting Princeton on March 21.
Manhattan’s season opener is against Navy, an opponent they’ll face for the first time in program history.
Marist travels to SoCon champion Richmond for the first time in program history.
Michigan will travel to California and Chicago for two neutral site matchups, along with their normal Big Ten schedule.
Eight home games highlight Princeton’s 2020 schedule, including a date with Colgate for the first time since 1929.
The Utes will face six new opponents and log over 30,000 miles in 2020.
Along with being a part of the NEC’s West Division, the Hawks will take on former CAA foe Penn State.