ESPN LACROSSE SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, MAY 18
ESPNU continues re-airing past lacrosse games to fill the content void as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and beginning at noon, the network will air six recent NCAA women’s lacrosse classics. All times eastern.
PENN STATE VS. MARYLAND, 2017 NCAA SEMIFINAL
The Terps throttled the Nittany Lions 20-10 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass, largely because of a 22-10 advantage on draws. Jen Giles led the way with four goals and four assists.
NAVY VS. BOSTON COLLEGE, 2017 NCAA SEMIFINAL
Boston College won a 16-15 thriller to clinch the first of its three consecutive berths into the NCAA title game. Navy scored the final two goals of the contest to make things interesting, but BC held on. Kenzie Kent recorded five goals and one assist.
JAMES MADISON VS. NORTH CAROLINA, 2018 NCAA SEMIFINAL
James Madison captured the 2018 NCAA championship, so relive the game that sent the Dukes into the history books. Haley Warden scored five goals in the 15-12 win then scored four more in the title game.
BOSTON COLLEGE VS. MARYLAND, 2018 NCAA SEMIFINAL
To get to the championship game, Boston College broke a tie at 13 when Sam Apuzzo scored the final two goals of the game against Maryland. In the 15-13 win, Apuzzo scored four times and won 10 draws.
NORTH CAROLINA VS. BOSTON COLLEGE, 2019 NCAA SEMIFINAL
Simply put, one of the best women’s lacrosse games of all time. Boston College advanced to its third straight NCAA championship game after a 16-15, double-overtime thriller. Apuzzo ended the slugfest with her 91st goal of the season after Jamie Ortega forced overtime on her 81st goal that came with 1:04 left in regulation.
NORTHWESTERN VS. MARYLAND, 2019 NCAA SEMIFINAL
Maryland unloaded on Northwestern in a 25-13 win, scoring the final nine goals of the contest. Brindi Griffin led the onslaught with six goals and one assist.