* The NCAA Tournament Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Final Four will be played in Philadelphia in 2015 and ’16. The NCAA made the announcement today as part of a new selection process for championship host sites.

NandNThe Division I and III men’s semifinals and final will be played at Lincoln Financial Field, the host site for 2013. The women’s D-I ad D-III semis and final will be held at PPL Park, “creating a new event experience with five of the six championships in the same city on the same weekend,” the NCAA said in a press release.

The 2014 men’s Final Four will be in Baltimore at M&T Bank Field. The women’s Final Four will be held in Towson, Md., at Johnny Unitas Stadium.

Host sites for 2015 men’s quarterfinals are Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo., and Mavy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. Quarterfinal venues for 2016 are Brown Stadium in Providence, R.I., and Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.

You can read the press release with more details here.

* Major League Lacrosse is holding its supplemental draft today. You can view round-by-round selections after each of the 12 round here.

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* “Beyond the Northeast” story archive


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