ANNAPOLIS, MD. – The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has announced the schedule and locations of the 2023 Lids MIAA Lacrosse Semifinals and Championships. This two-day event features the A Conference semifinals games on May 16 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, MD; and the A and B Conference finals on May 19 at Loyola University Maryland Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore, MD. Fivestar returns as the event operator and producer for the third consecutive year; joined by title sponsor Lids, the official headwear of the MIAA Championships, worn and celebrated by all MIAA champions.
Championship tickets will go on sale May 1st at www.miaachampionships.com. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase double-header tickets for each day, or a 2-day ticket package for all four games at both locations. Student discounts will be available with valid student ID.
In addition to an action-packed championship week, Fivestar will bring fans the 2023 MIAA Lacrosse Game of the Week series, presented by Kelly Benefits. This four-game presentation will be livestreamed on www.miaachampionships.com, YouTube, LacrosseTV and FTF (For The Fan).
2023 Game of the Week Schedule (Home Team in Bold)
- Tuesday April 18: St. Paul’s at Mt. St. Joe – 4:00PM
- Tuesday, April 25: Loyola at Boys Latin – 4:15PM
- Tuesday, May 2: Calvert Hall at Archbishop Spalding – 4:00PM
- Tuesday, May 9: St. Mary’s at Severn – 4:00PM
2023 Semifinal and Championship Schedule
Semifinals: Tuesday, May 16 – Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
- A Semifinal 1 – 5:00PM
- A Semifinal 2 – 7:30PM
Championships: Friday, May 19 – Ridley Athletic Complex
- B Conference Championship – 5:00PM
- A Conference Championship – 7:30PM
McDonogh School is the defending A Conference champion, while Archbishop Curley is the defending B Conference champion.
“Fivestar is excited to showcase the best prep lacrosse teams and players in the country while providing the teams, schools and communities a fantastic experience at two elite Division I college venues,” said Kyle Harrison of Fivestar. “The Fivestar App will have exclusive MIAA Lacrosse highlights captured by Fivestar’s content creators throughout the season. We encourage fans to download the free Fivestar app to gain access to this exclusive content.”
“The Lids MIAA Lacrosse Championships are one of the signature events of our year, and we expect another exciting battle for both the A and B Conference titles,” said MIAA Executive Director Paul Bernstorf. “Our students get to play for a championship in an atmosphere unmatched in high school lacrosse at two impressive venues in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and Loyola’s Ridgley Athletic Complex. We partner with Fivestar to elevate this event for our athletes, and we thank title sponsor Lids for supporting MIAA Lacrosse for its third year.”
The MIAA A Conference is comprised of Archbishop Spalding, Boys’ Latin, Calvert Hall, Gilman, John Carroll, Loyola, McDonogh, Mount St. Joseph, Severn, St. Mary’s and St. Paul’s. The B Conference lineup is made up of Annapolis Area Christian, Archbishop Curley, Friends, Gerstell Academy, Glenelg Country, Indian Creek, Park and Saints Peter & Paul.
For more information on the 2023 MIAA Lacrosse Championships, visit https://www.miaachampionships.com/lacrosse.
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ABOUT THE MIAA
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is an independent organization comprised of 29 private high schools located in and around the Baltimore Metro area. Founded in 1994, MIAA schools have a combined enrollment in excess of 17,000 students. More than 60% of these students participate in at least one of 17 MIAA sanctioned sports. In addition, more than 97% of all graduates from MIAA schools go on to college, including many who enroll in some of our nation’s most prestigious universities. MIAA schools are located in eight Maryland counties and Baltimore City. For more information on the MIAA, visit MIAASports.net.