2003 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship

2003 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship

The 2003 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament was the 33th annual Division I NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship tournament. Sixteen NCAA Division I college men's lacrosse teams met after having played their way through a regular season, and for some, a conference tournament.

The championship game was played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland in front of 37,944 fans,cite web |url=http://www.laxpower.com/common/NCAA-Attendance.php |title=Attendance Figures for the NCAA Men's Championships |accessdate=2008-06-25 |author= |date= |work= |publisher=LaxPower.com] The University of Virginia won the championship title with a 9–7 win over Johns Hopkins. The Cavaliers, led by A.J. Shannon, Chris Rotelli and Matt Ward, won their third NCAA championship game. [cite web |url=http://www.ncaa.org/library/records/lacrosse/m_lacrosse_champs_records_book/2005/2005_d1_m_lacrosse_champ_records.pdf |title=Men's Lacrosse Championship Record Book |accessdate=2008-06-25 |author= |date= |work= |publisher=NCAA.org]

Tournament results

16TeamBracket | RD1=First Round
RD1-seed01= 1
RD1-team01= Johns Hopkins
RD1-team02= Army
RD1-score01= 14
RD1-score02= 2
RD1-team03= Towson
RD1-team04= Penn State
RD1-score03= 11
RD1-score04= 6
RD1-team05= Syracuse
RD1-team06= Dartmouth
RD1-score05= 13
RD1-score06= 11
RD1-seed08= 4
RD1-team07= Albany
RD1-team08= Princeton
RD1-score07= 10
RD1-score08= 16
RD1-seed09= 3
RD1-team09= Maryland
RD1-team10= Ohio State
RD1-score09= 8
RD1-score10= 5
RD1-team11= Massachusetts
RD1-team12= Hofstra
RD1-score11= 9
RD1-score12= 6
RD1-team13= Rutgers
RD1-team14= Georgetown
RD1-score13= 6
RD1-score14= 9
RD1-seed16= 2
RD1-team15= Mount St. Mary's
RD1-team16= Virginia
RD1-score15= 8
RD1-score16= 19
RD2-seed01= 1
RD2-team01= Johns Hopkins
RD2-team02= Towson
RD2-score01= 14
RD2-score02= 6
RD2-team03= Syracuse
RD2-seed04= 4
RD2-team04= Princeton
RD2-score03= 15
RD2-score04= 5
RD2-seed05= 3
RD2-team05= Maryland
RD2-team06= Massachusetts
RD2-score05= 13
RD2-score06= 7
RD2-team07= Georgetown
RD2-seed08= 2
RD2-team08= Virginia
RD2-score07= 7
RD2-score08= 12
RD3-seed01= 1
RD3-team01= Johns Hopkins
RD3-team02= Syracuse
RD3-score01= 19
RD3-score02= 8
RD3-seed03= 3
RD3-team03= Maryland
RD3-seed04= 2
RD3-team04= Virginia
RD3-score03= 4
RD3-score04= 14
RD4-seed01= 1
RD4-team01= Johns Hopkins
RD4-seed02= 2
RD4-team02= Virginia
RD4-score01= 7
RD4-score02= 9

* * = Overtime


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