Notre Dame vs. Maryland: Live updates for the 2024 NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament

Notre Dame is seeking its second straight NCAA DI men’s lacrosse title while Maryland is seeking its second title in three years.

See the team’s entire championship history year-by-year since 1971 below.

year hero trainer a result runner up Host or location
2023 Notre Dame (14-2) Kevin Corrigan 13-9 duke Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2022 Maryland (18-0) John Tillman 9-7 Cornell East Hartford, Connecticut
2021 Virginia (14-4) Lars Tiffany 17-16 Maryland East Hartford, Connecticut
2020 Canceled due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
2019 Virginia (17-3) Lars Tiffany 13-9 Yale Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2018 Yale (17-3) Andy Shay 13-11 duke Foxboro, Massachusetts.
2017 Maryland (16-3) John Tillman 9-6 Ohio State Foxboro, Massachusetts.
2016 North Carolina (12-6) Joe Breschi 14-13 (after extension) Maryland Philadelphia
2015 Denver (17-2) Bill Tierney 10-5 Maryland Philadelphia
2014 Duke (17-3) John Danowski 11-9 Notre Dame Baltimore
2013 Duke (16-5) John Danowski 16-10 Syracuse Philadelphia
2012 Loyola (Maryland) (18-1) Charlie Tommy 9-3 Maryland Foxboro, Massachusetts.
2011 Virginia (13-5) Dom Starsia 9-7 Maryland Baltimore
2010 Duke (16-4) John Danowski 6-5 (after extension) Notre Dame Baltimore
2009 Syracuse (16-2) John Disco 10-9 (after extension) Cornell Boston
2008 Syracuse (16-2) John Disco 13-10 Johns Hopkins Boston
2007 Johns Hopkins (13-4) Dave Pietramala 12-11 duke Baltimore
2006 Virginia (17-0) Dom Starsia 15-7 Massachusetts Philadelphia
2005 Johns Hopkins (16-0) Dave Pietramala 9-8 duke Philadelphia
2004 Syracuse (15-2) John Disco 14-13 Navy Baltimore
2003 Virginia (15-2) Dom Starsia 9-7 Johns Hopkins Baltimore
2002 Syracuse (15-2) John Disco 13-12 Princeton Rutgers
2001 Princeton (14-1) Bill Tierney 10-9 (after extension) Syracuse Rutgers
2000 Syracuse (15-1) John Disco 13-7 Princeton Maryland
1999 Virginia (13-3) Dom Starsia 12-10 Syracuse Maryland
1998 Princeton (14-1) Bill Tierney 15-5 Maryland Rutgers
1997 Princeton (16-0) Bill Tierney 19-7 Maryland Maryland
1996 Princeton (14-1) Bill Tierney 13-12 (after extension) Virginia Maryland
1995 Syracuse (13-2) Roy Simmons Jr 13-9 Maryland Maryland
1994 Princeton (14-1) Bill Tierney 9-8 (after extension) Virginia Maryland
1993 Syracuse (12-2) Roy Simmons Jr 13-12 North Carolina Maryland
1992 Princeton (13-2) Bill Tierney 10-9(2ot) Syracuse Pennsylvania
1991 North Carolina (16-0) Dave Klarman 18-13 Tucson Syracuse
1990 Syracuse* (13-0) Roy Simmons Jr 21-9 Loyola Maryland Rutgers
1989 Syracuse (14-1) Roy Simmons Jr 13-12 Johns Hopkins Maryland
1988 Syracuse (15-0) Roy Simmons Jr 13-8 Cornell Syracuse
1987 Johns Hopkins (10-3) Don Zimmerman 11-10 Cornell Rutgers
1986 North Carolina (11-3) Willie Scruggs 10-9 (after extension) Virginia Delaware
1985 Johns Hopkins (13-1) Don Zimmerman 11-4 Syracuse brown
1984 Johns Hopkins (14-0) Don Zimmerman 13-10 Syracuse Delaware
1983 Syracuse (14-1) Roy Simmons Jr 17-16 Johns Hopkins Rutgers
1982 North Carolina (14-0) Willie Scruggs 7-5 Johns Hopkins Virginia
1981 North Carolina (12-0) Willie Scruggs 14-13 Johns Hopkins Princeton
1980 Johns Hopkins (14-1) Henry Ciccarone 9-8(2ot) Virginia Cornell
1979 Johns Hopkins (13-0) Henry Ciccarone 15-9 Maryland Maryland
1978 Johns Hopkins (13-1) Henry Ciccarone 13-8 Cornell Rutgers
1977 Cornell (13-0) Richie Moran 16-8 Johns Hopkins Virginia
1976 Cornell (16-0) Richie Moran 16-13 (after extension) Maryland brown
1975 Maryland (11-3) Bud Beardmore 20-13 Navy Johns Hopkins
1974 Johns Hopkins (12-2) Bob Scott 17-12 Maryland Rutgers
1973 Maryland (14-1) Bud Beardmore 10-9(2ot) Johns Hopkins Pennsylvania
1972 Virginia (11-4) Glenn Thiel 13-12 Johns Hopkins Maryland
1971 Cornell (13-1) Richie Moran 12-6 Maryland Hofstra
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*After the 1990 tournament, the NCAA Committee on Infractions determined that Paul Gait played in the 1990 tournament while ineligible. Under NCAA rules, Syracuse and Paul Gate’s records for that tournament were vacated. The NCAA does not recognize Syracuse and coach Roy Simmons Jr.’s 3-0 record, Paul Gait’s 7 goals and 7 assists and his participation in that tournament.

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