Imagine a men’s lacrosse league that includes Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, Maryland, Syracuse and Notre Dame.

Soon, you won’t have to.

That’s because today, Notre Dame announced its intention to leave the Big East and join the Atlantic Coast Conference for all sports except football.

The move may not take effect for 27 months, however, unless Notre Dame is able to reach an early exit agreement with the Big East.

For the official Notre Dame press release on the move, click here.

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One Response to “Notre Dame’s move to ACC will create ‘Super League’ for men’s lacrosse”

  1. Obsever Lax says:

    No way they can still have an ACC tourney which will be like a F-4 and then expect these teams to have enough gas in the tank left for the NCAA Tournament. What a league. The college sports world has never seen anything like it.

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