Homewood Field – Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

Homewood Field – Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

The Johns Hopkins University has one of the most storied programs in the sport of college lacrosse. The team was founded in 1883 and has won 44 national championships including nine NCAA Division I titles (1974, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1987, 2005, and 2007), 29 USILL/USILA titles, and six Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association titles.

Vert Stadium – High Point Panthers

Vert Stadium – High Point Panthers

Vert Stadium has consistently been ranked as one of the best track & field, soccer, and lacrosse facilities in the country and the venue lives up to that standard each and every game day. Reopened in 2007, “The Vert” has been a big draw for High Point University, serving primarily as the permanent home of HPU’s lacrosse and soccer programs.

Anderson Stadium – Providence College Friars

Anderson Stadium – Providence College Friars

Providence College is a small school with a big history in intercollegiate sports. In recent years the Friars have experienced success in several sports, including consecutive appearances in the NCAA basketball tournament from 2014-2018, a final four appearance in soccer and national championships in hockey and cross country. They have been working hard to improve their on-campus facilities, and Anderson Stadium is a worthy result of these efforts.

Kinsley Field – York College Spartans Women’s Lacrosse

Kinsley Field – York College Spartans Women’s Lacrosse

York College is a private college located in York, Pennsylvania. The college is located approximately 1 hour north of Baltimore, MD and 30 minutes south of Harrisburg, PA. The general student population of full time undergraduates is around 4,000 students. The campus is located on 190 acres in the suburbs of York. The school has been ranked in the top tier of the Best Regional Universities in the North by U.S. News and World Report.