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Lacrosse Earns 4th Consecutive NCAA Bid

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PerGocards.com

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville women’s lacrosse team is heading to its fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament, earning one of 13 at-large bids.

“This selection is one of the most proud moments in my coaching career,” said head coach Kellie Young. “This team and these players have worked every day to move us forward and make it clear that we are here to stay. Now it’s a new season and time to prove our footing on the national scene.”

The Cardinals will face James Madison in a first-round game on Friday, May 12 in University Park, Pa. The winner will face the No. 4 seed Penn State on May 14 on the Nittany Lions’ home field.

 

NCAA RANKINGS Last Updated – May 1, 2017
RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 Maryland (18) 17-0 379 (18) 1
2 North Carolina (1) 16-2 355 (1)
3 Florida 15-2 344 2
4 Stony Brook 16-1 325 4
5 Penn State 15-2 299 5
6 USC 16-3 281 6
7 Penn 13-2 263 7
8 Syracuse 15-6 236 10
9 Princeton 12-3 232 9
10 Colorado 16-3 220 8
11 Cornell 11-4 195 11
12 Boston College 13-6 168 12
13 Notre Dame 11-7 131 13
14 Virginia 11-8 118 14
15 Northwestern 9-8 107 15
16 Denver 13-3 85 16
17 Albany 11-4 83 17
18 Towson 12-5 54 20
19 Louisville 11-7 49 18
20 James Madison 11-6 39 19
Receiving votes: UMass, Virginia Tech, Delaware, Loyola, Canisius, Elon

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About Jeff Nunn

Born and raised in Louisville. THS, U of L and Sig Ep for life. I appreciate everyday that I wake up. My 2 boys are my greatest accomplishment in life.

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