ERAU: 2023 Men’s Lacrosse Schedule Revealed

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via ERAU press release

By: Ryan Mosher | @ryan_mosher

2023 Embry-Riddle Men’s Lacrosse Schedule

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida – The fifth edition of the Embry-Riddle Men’s Lacrosse team is set to take the field in the spring, and Head Coach Spencer Wims has announced a 14-game slate for the Blue and Gold.

The Eagles will need to be road warriors in 2023 with eight true away games and one neutral site contest on the docket. ERAU plays seven of its first eight contests away from the Embry-Riddle Lacrosse Field, starting with the season opener at Flagler on Feb. 1.

Embry-Riddle will then visit Wims’ alma mater Limestone on Feb. 4 before hosting their one and only home game before the end of March on Feb. 12 when Anderson comes to town.

The Eagles trek to Alabama for a pair of games versus Montevallo (Feb. 17) and Alabama-Huntsville (Feb. 19) to finish out the month of February, then will open March in Savannah, Georgia for a neutral site game against Lander on March 3.

Defending NCAA II National Champion Tampa will host the Eagles in their first Sunshine State Conference contest of the year on March 8, and a week later the Blue and Gold travel to Belmont, North Carolina for a date with Belmont Abbey on March 15.

ERAU hosts back-to-back SSC games in Daytona Beach versus Rollins and Florida Southern on March 25 and April 1, respectively.

Embry-Riddle’s final two road games of the 2023 regular season on set for April 5 and April 8 at Lynn and then Saint Leo, and the Eagles wrap up the regular season with a pair of games at home, starting with an April 12 game against Florida Tech and concluding with an April 15 contest versus Palm Beach Atlantic.

The 2023 SSC Men’s Lacrosse Tournament is scheduled for April 27-30, while the NCAA II National Tournament will take place May 10-28.

All home games and all road SSC contests can be viewed on the Sunshine State Conference Digital Network.

Tickets for the 2023 men’s lacrosse season go on sale Jan. 1.