ECAC Lacrosse League Championship Tournament Central
The 2012 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Lacrosse League Championship Tournament will be hosted by the University of Denver on May 2 and 4 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium in Denver, Colo.
2012 ECAC Lacrosse League Championship Tournament Schedule
First Semifinal Postgame Press Conference, 10 minutes following "cooling off" period Video
Second Semifinal Postgame Press Conference, 10 minutes following "cooling off" period Video
Thursday, May 3 (Off
Pre-championship press conference of semifinal winners, 1:45 local/3:45 Eastern Video
Championship Postgame Press Conference, following awards ceremony Video
* The ECAC tournament champion will receive an automatic berth into the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship, which starts on May 12-13 at campus sites.
Both semifinal games will be streamed live, free of charge, on Pioneer Vision at DenverPioneers.com.
The championship contest will be nationally televised by ESPNU via your satellite or cable provider and videostreamed on ESPN3.
Live Stats and an updated blog (CoverItLive) will be available for all three games.
ECAC Weekly Release:
Tickets can be purchased by phone, online or at the Ritchie Center Box Office. Click on the link for Ticket Information.
An All-Session Pass that includes all three games is available for $20 for adults, $15 for kids (12 and under). A Wednesday Session Pass is also available for the two semifinal games for $15 for adults, $10 for kids (12 and under). Tickets for the championship game on May 4 are available for $10 for adults, $7 for kids (12 and under). Students from any college who present a valid student ID can purchase tickets for $5 for any game.
Four Participating Teams
No. 1 Seed Loyola University Maryland (13-1 Overall, 6-0 ECAC, #3 USILA/#3 Inside Lacrosse)
No. 2 Seed Ohio State University (8-7 Overall, 5-1 ECAC/2nd Place, #18 USILA/#17 Inside Lacrosse)
No. 3 Seed Fairfield University (12-3 Overall, 4-2 ECAC/3rd Place, #16 USILA/#16 Inside Lacrosse)
No. 4 Seed University of Denver (8-6 Overall, 3-3 ECAC/4th Place, #12 USILA/#11 Inside Lacrosse)