Single-day tickets for the 2012 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships at Gillette Stadium go on sale today on Ticketmaster.com. Fans can purchase tickets for Saturday, Sunday or Monday (May 26-28) in addition to the option of purchasing the three-day all-session ticket to the world's largest lacrosse event. Parking is free for all events that weekend.
The Division I quarterfinal matchups are set for Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20. The winners will advance to Gillette Stadium for the semifinals. This week's quarterfinals pair Loyola (Md) vs. Denver and Johns Hopkins vs. Maryland on Saturday; and Notre Dame vs. Virginia and Duke vs. Colgate on Sunday.
The Division II semifinals will take place this weekend with Limestone traveling to LeMoyne and Mercyhurst playing Dowling. The two winners will play in the Sunday, May 27, Division II championship game at Gillette Stadium.
The Division III quarterfinals will be played Wednesday, May 17 and the semifinals on Sunday, May 20, with the winners playing in the championship game on Sunday, May 27.
Championship Game Times
Saturday, May 26
2:30 p.m. Division I semifinal
5 p.m. Division I semifinal
Sunday, May 27
1 p.m. Division II championship
4 p.m. Division III championship
Monday, May 28
1 p.m. Division I championship
The NCAA LaxExperience fan festival at Gillette Stadiumwill be open to the public each day during the championships. Interactive games for kids and adults will provide an enjoyable experience for all lacrosse fans. A full schedule of activities is available at www.ncaa.com/lacrosse. LaxExperience will be located in Parking Lot 22 adjacent to Gillette Stadium providing fans easy access to this entertaining event with convenient entry to the stadium for the games. TheLaxExperience schedule is below.
NCAA LaxExperience Schedule
Saturday, May 26 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, May 27 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday, May 28 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Patriot Place, located adjacent to Gillette Stadium will welcome lacrosse fans throughout the championship weekend with 17 signature restaurants, amazing nightlife, retail, live music venues and spas all on site fans will not need to go far from the action to stay entertained throughout the weekend.
Gillette Stadium previously served as the venue for the NCAA championships in 2008 and 2009. Record crowds attended the 2008 Division I championship (48,970) and Division II and III championship games (24,072).
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