We’re just over 24 hours away from Selection Sunday for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

And while many conference titles are being decided this weekend, lacrosse will also be front and center on the collegiate landscape today.

That’s because the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic is set for M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

Here’s the lineup for today’s tripleheader:

Game 1 – Princeton vs North Carolina, 11 a.m. (ESPNU)
Game 2 – Virginia vs Cornell, 1:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
Game 3 – UMBC vs Johns Hopkins, 4 p.m.

There are also plenty of other big games outside of M&T Bank Stadium. For a look at “Ten to Watch,” check out this story from LaxMagazine.com.

For  score updates on today’s games, check the links below:

* InsideLacrosse.com Division I men’s scoreboard

* InsideLacrosse.com Division II men’s scoreboard

* InsideLacrosse.com Division III men’s scoreboard

* InsideLacrosse.com women’s college scoreboard


Player’s perspective archive

* If you’re a player from the region and would like to share your perspectives on the 2012 season, send an email to info@laxlessons.com. You can  check out the more than 100 stories by clicking here.

Schedules galore

* For a look at how schedules for teams from throughout the region for the 2012 season are shaping up, be sure to check out  the “Schedules scanner” thread.

Recruiting coverage

* Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown (for classes of 2012, ’13 and ’14)

* 2011 NLI Fall Early Signing Period commitment rundown

* Class of 2011 commitment rundown

* Recruit profile archive

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