Defending champ Maryland is the top seed for lacrosse tournament
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Defending champion Maryland is the top seed for the men's NCAA lacrosse tournament.
The first round starts Saturday, and the Terrapins (12-3) will host the winner of Wednesday's play-in game between Robert Morris and Canisius.
The other seven seeds, in order, are Albany (14-2), Yale (13-3), Duke (13-3), Johns Hopkins (11-4), Loyola Maryland (12-3), Notre Dame (9-5) and Syracuse (8-6).
The rest of the field features Richmond (11-5), UMass (12-4), Villanova (10-5), Big East champion Georgetown (12-4), Virginia (12-5), Denver (12-3) and Ivy League champion Cornell (12-4).