NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinals On Saturday

Following an exciting first round of games in the NCAA Championship, the match-ups for the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals on May 20 at Hofstra University’s James M. Shuart Stadium are now set.

Fans are urged to purchase their tickets and parking passes in advance as a large crowd is expected on Saturday. Early weather forecasts call for a sunny day with temperatures around 70 degrees.

Ohio State, the nation’s #3 seed, earned a narrow 7-4 victory over Loyola (MD) on Sunday afternoon to punch its ticket. They will face Duke, which went on the road and dominated Johns Hopkins to the tune of a 19-6 victory. That will be the first game of the day at 12 p.m.

In the other game in Hempstead it will be #4 Notre Dame against #5 Denver. The Fighting Irish powered past Marquette on Sunday with a 15-9 win. The Pioneers were clicking on all cylinders offensively as they dispatched Air Force, 17-10. This contest will conclude the doubleheader at 2:30 p.m.

Reserved chairback seating is SOLD OUT.  

General admissions prices are as follows: 
Adult ($30)
Youth (12 and under), senior citizen (62+), groups (20+) and students with college ID ($15)

In addition, parking passes can be purchased now as well. They are $15 and are available one per every four tickets ordered.

There are multiple ways to purchase tickets to this great event – 
1. Fast and easiest way and you can print your tickets at home
2. Hofstra Athletics Ticket Office in the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex
3. Call (516) HOF-TIXX

There are also plenty of tailgating options, including tent rentals and catering information, available via our Hospitality Village.

Hofstra University looks forward to your visit to one of the premier lacrosse venues in the nation. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at, (516) HOF-TIXX and via twitter at @HofstraTickets.

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