It was an entertaining Friday night in the MCLA and the action just keeps heating up today, Saturday, April 22.
According to the Division I schedule/scores chart, there are 17 contests.
The SELC tournament has produced one finalist as No. 3 Georgia Tech rallied to beat No. 11 Virginia Tech, 8-6, after trailing 5-1. No. 21 Liberty breezed past Auburn, 18-5 for a date with the Yellow Jackets.
Both of these games will be available on the SELC's UStream link which can be found HERE as well as below.
Down in the Lone Star Alliance, three Division I quarterfinal (Texas A&M-TCU is tomorrow) wrapped up with the top seeds advancing.
|Southern Methodist d. Texas State||9-7|
|Texas d Arkansas||18-3|
|Oklahoma d. LSU||11-9|
The Civil War turned into a rout as No. 16 Oregon rolled No. 15 Oregon State, 14-7. The win gives the Ducks the top spot in the PNCLL tourney.
The Ducks win the CIVIL WAR!!! #GoDucks pic.twitter.com/vjXuheorlq
— Oregon Mens Lacrosse (@UOlacrosse) April 23, 2017
The SLC tournament kicks off with a meeting between No. 25 Arizona and No. 14 UC Santa Barbara in the first round at 1 p.m. PDT. It will be broadcast on the SLC YouTube channel (paywall).
In Utah, the No. 10 Utes visit No. 6 Brigham Young at 7 p.m. MDT in what will be a preview of their first round game in the RMLC tournament.
There are 16 games on the Division II schedule/scores page, with the SELC narrowing to a pair of finalists.
No. 10 Kennesaw State defeated No. 14 Palm Beach Atlantic in Johns Creek, Ga., to advance to the conference finals while No. 18 Florida Gulf Coast rolled past Columbus State, 17-8. The games can be found on the conference's UStream account HERE.
FGCU is heading to the SELC Championship!
Columbus St: 8
That's 9 in a row for FGCU
— FGCU Men's LACROSSE (@fgcuLAX) April 22, 2017
No. 20 San Diego edged Biola, 11-10 in the first round of the SLC tournament to advance to the semifinals next weekend at La Costa Canyon. Watch the replay below.
No. 8 Minn.-Duluth stunned No. 4 North Dakota State in overtime, 7-6, to grab the top spot in the upcoming UMLC tournament. The Bulldogs might be the hottest team in Division II right now.