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Men’s Collegiate Championships Airing Live on LaxAllStars

Lacrosse All Stars is pleased to announce its airing of the upcoming 2018 Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association National Championships powered by Under Armour. The annual event, which features the top thirty-two non-NCAA men’s collegiate lacrosse teams in North America, kicks off this Monday in Salt Lake City, Utah. Every game will be streamed live on LaxAllStarsFacebookTwitter, and YouTube free to watch for lacrosse fans worldwide.

Teams competing in the MCLA National Championships this year:

Division I

Chapman   Utah   Michigan State   Brigham Young   South Carolina   Colorado   Virginia Tech   Indiana   Texas A&M   Oregon   California   Georgia Tech   Boston College   Grand Canyon   Liberty  Concordia-Irvine

Division II

Missouri State   St. Thomas   North Dakota State   Central Conn. State   Minn.-Duluth   College of Idaho   St. John's   UC Davis   Grand Valley State  Cal State San Marcos   Kennesaw State   Cal State Fullerton   Montana State   Dayton   Florida Gulf Coast   Sierra Nevada

Big-time schools like those listed deserve big-time commentating and play-by-play, and that’s exactly what’s expected from the likes of Booker Corrigan, Greg Bice and and Lacrosse All Stars’ own Ryan Powell.

It was really important to have credible, passionate voices on the broadcasts that would add excitement and vast lacrosse knowledge to the on-field product and we couldn’t be more excited about the crew coming to Salt Lake City.

– Rick Kladis, Production Director

Learn more about the on-air talent hosting this year’s games at MCLA.us. A full event schedule can be found below. Click any First Round game to get notified when a stream starts.

First Round Schedule – Monday, May 7

Division I

Indiana vs Chapman
4:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

Utah vs Texas A&M
4:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

Michigan State vs Oregon
4:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

Colorado vs California
4:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

South Carolina vs Georgia Tech
7:15pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

Virginia Tech vs Boston College
7:15pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

BYU vs Grand Canyon
7:15pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

Liberty vs Concordia
7:15pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

Division II

Mo. State vs St. Thomas
11:00am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

NDSU vs Central Connecticut
11:00am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

Minn-Duluth vs College of Idaho
11:00am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

St. Johns vs UC Davis
11:00am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

GVSU vs Cal State San Marcos
1:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

Kennesaw State vs Fullerton
1:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

Montana State vs Dayton
1:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

FGCU vs Sierra Nevada
1:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

Second Round – Tuesday, May 8

Division I

No. 9 Liberty vs. No. 1 Chapman
4:00pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

No. 7 Brigham Young vs. No. 2 Utah
4:00pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

No. 6 Virginia Tech vs. No. 3 Michigan State
6:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

No. 5 South Carolina vs. No. 13 California
6:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 3

Division II

No. 9 Florida Gulf Coast vs. No. 1 St. Thomas
4:00pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 6

No. 7 Montana State vs. No. 2 North Dakota State
4:00pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

No. 6 Kennesaw State vs. No. 3 Minn – Duluth
6:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 5

No. 5 Grand Valley State vs. No. 4 St. John’s
6:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 4

Semifinals – Thursday, May 10

Division I

No. 5 South Carolina vs No. 1 Chapman
4:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

No. 3 Michigan State vs. No. 7 Brigham Young
7:15pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

Division II

No. 5 Grand Valley vs No. 1 St. Thomas
11:00am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

No. 3 Minnesota-Duluth vs No. 2 North Dakota State
1:45pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

Finals – Saturday, May 12

Division I

No. 1 Chapman vs. No. 3 Michigan State
2:30pm, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

Division II

No. 1 St. Thomas vs No. 2 North Dakota State
11:30am, Salt Lake City RAC Field 1

Here’s a little bit more about the MCLA for those unfamiliar:

The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) is a confederacy of 10 non-varsity college lacrosse conferences featuring over 200 teams in two divisions across 43 states and two countries. The MCLA provides a governing structure similar to the NCAA, consisting of eligibility rules, national polls, and a national tournament to decide national champions for both Divisions I and II.

On an individual scope, the MCLA’s rules and structure promote “virtual varsity” lacrosse. On a national scale, the MCLA’s infrastructure supports a level playing field through eligibility rules and enforcement, along with the use of NCAA rules of play. Providing a quality college lacrosse experience where varsity lacrosse does not yet exist, the purpose of the MCLA is to provide access to the collegiate game for those who seek it.

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