Champions have now been awarded in all classes and divisions except one.

2013-ncaa-mens-lacrosse-championships-philadephiaMen’s Division I.

Game-time today for Duke vs. Syracuse is 1 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Here’s everything you need to know heading into the big game.

* Division I, II, III men’s/women’s Final Four brackets

* Today on TV: National spotlight on Duke vs. Syracuse final

* Duke, Syracuse set for unlikely final-round matchup

* Final gets new ACC rivalry off to a fast start

* JoJo Marasco can cement his legacy at Syracuse with win vs. Duke

* Philadelphia product Jordan Wolf is back home, now starring for Duke

* Syracuse engineers a comeback; Duke holds one off

* Pannell makes history, but Cornell rally falls short

* Denver denied first-ever final-game appearance

* Why Duke and Syracuse won

* Photo gallery: Denver vs. Syracuse

* Photo gallery: Cornell vs. Duke

* Behind the scenes photos of Duke

* Le Moyne takes Division II crown

* Stevenson wins Division III men’s title

* UNC women beat Maryland in OT to win women’s title

* McManus: Finally, North Carolina has its championship

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