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NCAA D2 Women’s Bracket Released: Tampa, FSC, Flagler and Lynn all Make the Bracket in One Region!

via the NCAA website

The 2024 NCAA DII women’s lacrosse championship began with a selection show on Sunday, May 12. Play kicks off with first round competition on Thursday, May 16 leading up to the national championship on May 25.

The NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse Championship Committee will select 16 teams to participate in the championship tournament, with four teams advancing to the semifinals after the first and second rounds. The semifinals and championship will take place on May 23 and 25 at Showalter Stadium in Winter Park, FL.

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DII women's lacrosse bracket

2024 Championship Schedule

*all times are ET

Sunday, May 12 — Selection Show

Thursday, May 16 — First Round

Saturday, May 18 — Second Round

  • Matchups TBD 

Thursday, May 23 — Semifinals 

  • 3 p.m. | Semifinal 1
  • 6:30 p.m. | Semifinal 2

Saturday, May 25 — National Championship

  • Noon | National Championship

Championship History

The DII women’s lacrosse national championship dates back to 2001, skipping 2020 due to COVID-19, with LIU Post taking the very first national title over West Chester. Adelphi holds nine national titles to make them the winningest team in championship history. Last year, Pace won its very first national championship after defeating West Chester, 19-9.

Here’s a look at the full history of championship winners since 2001:

2023PaceTricia Molfetta19-9West ChesterIndianapolis, Indiana
2022UIndyJames Delaney11-9East StroudsburgSt. Charles, Missouri
2021Lindenwood (MO)Jack Cribbin14-12Queens (NC)Salem, Virginia
2020Canceled due to
2019AdelphiPat McCabe11-5West ChesterAllendale, Michigan 
2018Le MoyneKathy Taylor16-11Florida SouthernTampa, Fla.
2017AdelphiPat McCabe6-4Florida SouthernBloomsburg, Pa.
2016Florida SouthernKara Reber8-7AdelphiDenver, Colorado
2015AdelphiPat McCabe5-4 (OT)Lock HavenSalem, Va.
2014AdelphiRob Grella7-5Lock HavenSalem, Va.
2013LIU PostMeghan McNamara10-7LimestoneOwings Mills, Md.
2012LIU PostMeghan McNamara17-16West ChesterLouisville
2011AdelphiJoe Spallina17-4LimestoneAdelphi
2010AdelphiJoe Spallina17-7West ChesterGettysburg, Pa.
2009AdelphiJoe Spallina16-4Lock HavenSalem, Va.
2008West ChesterGinny Martino13-12LIU PostHouston
2007LIU PostKaren MaCrate Henning15-7West ChesterSalem, Va.
2006AdelphiJill Lessne-Solomon16-8West ChesterBenedictine (Ill.)
2005StonehillMichael Daly13-10West ChesterWest Chester
2004AdelphiJill Lessne12-11West ChesterOrlando
2003StonehillMichael Daly9-8LongwoodStonehill
2002West ChesterGinny Martino11-6StonehillWest Chester
2001LIU PostKaren MaCrate13-9West ChesterStonehill