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2004 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship

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2004 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship

The 2004 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament was the 34th 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 43,898 fans,[1] Syracuse University won the championship title with a 14–13 win over United States Naval Academy. The Orange, led by senior Michael Powell who scored the game winner with one minute left in the fourth quarter, won their eighth NCAA championship game.[2] Powell finished the game with one goal and five assists. Syracuse outscored Navy 3-1 in the final five minutes to overcome a 12-11 fourth-quarter deficit.

Tournament results

  First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1  Johns Hopkins 15  
 Providence 3  
  1  Johns Hopkins 15  
  8  North Carolina 9  
 Ohio State 6
8  North Carolina 13  
  1  Johns Hopkins 9  
  4  Syracuse 15  
5  Georgetown 15  
 Towson 8  
  5  Georgetown 7
  4  Syracuse 8  
 Albany 13
4  Syracuse 21  
  4  Syracuse 14
  2  Navy 13
3  Maryland 16  
 Army 12  
  3  Maryland 8
  6  Princeton 9*  
 Rutgers 4
6  Princeton 12  
  6  Princeton 7
  2  Navy 8  
7  Cornell 11  
 Hobart 5  
  7  Cornell 5
  2  Navy 6  
 Penn 5
2  Navy 11  
  • * = Overtime


External links

  • Navy Falls to Syracuse in NCAA Championship Game
  • YouTube 2004 NCAA Men's Lacrosse National Championship
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