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NCAA Tournament Breakdown by State

USA Map 2014 mens lacrosse national championship tournament breakdown by state

We took all of the first round teams of the 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament and broke down each roster and divided the players by state and province.

Since all of the rosters had to be checked by hand, we can promise that a ton of effort was put forth, but our numbers could be slightly off (nobody’s perfect)!

Included first round teams: Duke, Bryant, North Carolina, Air Force, Denver, Penn, Drexel, Maryland, Virginia, Albany, Syracuse, Cornell, Loyola, Johns Hopkins, Harvard and Notre Dame.

New York was the clear dominant state sending 195 athletes to the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

Maryland (96) was a close second, followed by New Jersey (74). Ontario produced the most amount of Canadians in the tourney with 21.

United States

  • Arizona – 2
  • California – 31
  • Colorado – 31
  • Connecticut – 38
  • Delaware – 2
  • District of Columbia – 2
  • Florida – 12
  • Georgia – 1
  • Illinois – 7
  • Indiana – 3
  • Maryland – 96
  • Massachusetts – 31
  • Michigan – 3
  • Minnesota – 3
  • Missouri – 1
  • Montana – 1
  • Nevada – 2
  • New Hampshire – 4
  • New Jersey – 74
  • New York – 195
  • North Carolina – 12
  • Ohio – 16
  • Oregon – 2
  • Pennsylvania – 64
  • Rhode Island – 3
  • Tennessee – 5
  • Texas – 11
  • Vermont – 3
  • Virginia – 31
  • Washington – 3
  • Wisconsin – 1

Canada

  • Alberta – 2
  • British Columbia – 8
  • Ontario – 21

Three Canadian provinces, thirty different states and Washington DC have been represented this year. What states surprised you? Which would you have guess would have more?

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Mark Donahue

Transplanted in Boise from Ohio, Mark is the editor, video guy, and box lacrosse junkie at LaxAllStars.com. When he’s not obsessing over lax at LAS HQ or officiating a game somewhere, you can probably find him on the slopes or at the disc golf course.

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