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576 schools sponsored varsity Lacrosse teams during 2016:

              Athletic Scholarships Average Athletic
  Number Number of teams Varsity Athletes (1) Average team size limit per team ** Scholarship (2)
Division  of Schools Men's Women's Men Women Men's Women's Men Women  Men   Women 
NCAA  I  121 70 113 3,137 3,321 45 30 12.6 12  $           14,151  $             15,365
NCAA  II 105 64 99 2,407 2,221 38 22 10.8 9.9  $             6,716  $               7,967
NCAA  III 289 230 274 7,801 5,626 34 21 - -  $                      -  $                        -
NAIA 28 21 23 505 428 24 19 - -  $             6,879  $               7,464
NJCAA 33 32 17 791 291 25 17 20 20  $                 353  $                   424
Totals  576 417 526 14,641 11,887 35 23      $             4,745  $               5,277

  (1) Varsity Rosters may include JV,  reserve and/or practice squad players and do not reflect club or intramural team participants.

**
Do the Math!  NCAA Division I men's Lacrosse teams have an average roster size of 45 players but only a maximum of 12.6 scholarships to award per team. This means the average award covers less than 30% of a typical athlete's annual college costs. Lacrosse is an equivalency sport for NCAA limits, so partial scholarships can be awarded  as long as the combined equivalent awards do not exceed the limit. For example, an NCAA Division I school can award 24 women lacrosse players each a 1/2 scholarship and still meet the limit of 12 per team.  For more information see our page on scholarship limits.

(2)  Average Athletic Scholarship is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

 

2016 Odds of a high school athlete playing College Lacrosse *    Men    Women
Number of US High School Lacrosse players  108,450 84,785
Number of US College Lacrosse Players (See table above)   14,641 11,887
% of foreign students playing NCAA Lacrosse * 3.0% 0.9%
% of US High School Players competing at any College level 13.1% 13.9%
% of US High School Players competing at NCAA I Schools 2.8% 3.9%
 
* See our page on the chances of a High School Athlete playing in College for more information.


New Data!  2016 Athletic Scholarship Averages for NCAA I Lacrosse teams
The following are the results of our 2016 survey of NCAA I schools that sponsored varsity lacrosse teams during their 2015-16 fiscal years.  The results reflect the average number of athletic scholarships and the average award per team, as well as the low and high range for the number and average amount of scholarships awards per team:
2016 NCAA Golf
Men's NCAA I Lacrosse Teams Average Low  High   
Scholarships awarded per team 36 29 43
Average Scholarship per team  $      12,203  $          8,078  $        17,483
Women's NCAA I Lacrosse Teams Average Low  High
Scholarships awarded per team 31 23 38
Average Scholarship per team  $     12,884  $        3,394  $        22,842

The number of scholarships awarded is per team, so for 4 year schools typically only 25% or so will be available for the incoming (i.e. freshmen) class. Data includes responding schools only, programs that do not award athletic scholarships (Ivy League, etc.) are not included in these results.

 

Do you have the skills to play College Lacrosse?
What level of player are coaches looking for, and who are you competing with for a roster spot? A good way to get an idea is to look at the high-school bios of players currently on the roster of schools that interest you. Here’s a random sampling of backgrounds of freshmen listed on 2017 rosters:
 
University of Maryland (NCAA I) Men's Team:

Rated 69th overall player by Inside Lacrosse … two-time honorable mention all-American …   two-time team captain …  three-time all-division and all-county selection.

3rd overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse … Under Armour All-American and USA Today All-USA First …  US Lacrosse All-American … three-time All-Central Florida selection 

Two-time All-League selection … ranked  82nd overall recruit and 27th overall midfielder by Inside Lacrosse 

Two time US Lacrosse All-American … all-time leading scorer in California high school lacrosse history

Rated 55th overall player Inside Lacrosse … Under Armour All-American … selected First Team All-Conference and First Team All-County 

University of Virginia (NCAA I) Women's Team:

Under Armour All-American … Member of the USA U-19 Team … First Team All-American as a junior … Inside Lacrosse All-Women HS Team … Inside Lacrosse Top Rising junior and senior … All-USA Today First Team

Inside Lacrosse Women High School Team … Under Armour All-American … Two-time US Lacrosse All-American … US Lacrosse Academic All-American … Two-time Under Armour Underclass All-American

Four-year varsity letter winner … US Lacrosse High School All-American

First Team All-Independent School League … Second Team Washington Post All-Met … US Lacrosse First Team All-American … US Lacrosse All-Academic Award winner

Georgetown University (NCAA I) Women's Team:

Under Armour All-American … US Lacrosse First Team High School All-American … Newsday All-Long Island Girls Lacrosse… MSG Varsity All-Metro Girls Lacrosse selection ...  All Inside Lacrosse Women High School Team honoree

Two time First Team All-CNY... Named the All-CNY Player of the Year ... Two time US Lacrosse All-American ... Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Northeast Region Player of the Year as a senior

Four-year starter and one-year captain in High School ... Played club Lacrosse for seven years

Two-year starter and captain in high school ... Played club lacrosse for six seasons ...     

four-year starter and captain  ... Four-time Honorable Mention All-Nassau County ... Named All-Nassau County in 2016

Bentley University (NCAA II) Men's team:

Team captain for senior season … named a Mid-Wach 1st team All-Star.

Earned 2nd team All-Fairfield County honors

Team captain for senior season .. selected to All-Star team following senior season

Middlesex League All-Star in both 2015 and 2016 … team captain for senior season

2016 ESPN Boston All-State first team … selected to the 2016 Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic team

Drew University (NCAA III) Women's team:

1st team All Area, 2nd team All Conference, Senior All Star Team … captain senior year...

All-NJAC Honorable Mention... Earned Scholar-Athlete honors

1st Team All Conference Midfielder junior & senior seasons … 1st team All Area  senior season...

Academic All-American … Western Maine Conference First Team

Skidmore College (NCAA III) Men's Team:

Team captain ... US Lacrosse All-American ... 1st Team All-Central Florida team

Three-time all-league member ... all-section selection

Named to the Conference team … letter winners in lacrosse (3 other players)

 

Coach's Corner  New Feature!
We asked a few coaches from around the country to take time from their busy schedules and provide some brief input for high school & middle school athletes hoping to play College Lacrosse. Here are some thoughts we believe are particularly helpful:
 
Jane Ward, Gordon College (NCAA III)

One big mistake I often see is players don’t film their games
. Coaches may not be able to see a game but need to know if you are a good fit and what your skill level is. While many players create a highlight reel of their best plays, many coaches want to see a consecutive half or 15 minutes of play. This helps the coach see how you play off-ball, what kind of teammate you are, and how you adjust when a play doesn’t work out.

Overall, we just want to see you play. Help us to see who you are as an athlete.

 

Vince Smith, Colorado Mesa University (NCAA II)

 
I see too many players and families pour too much money into the club scene and not enough time and energy into  individual skill development. Invest in a bucket of balls, a speed ladder, a personal trainer and the results will take care of themselves.   Yes, players need to play, but they also need the skills to make them a desirable candidate for colleges and universities.

I
f the potential athlete can hardly shoot the ball with his/her off hand, or cannot move his/her feet well defensively, chances are that player is going to find himself or herself in limbo come time for the college selection process. This is because the largest jump from high school to college is the athleticism and speed of play and this expedited level  is a major adjustment no matter where you played in high school. The freshman player able to step on the field right away is few and far between.

While there are a number of qualified clubs and programs out there, simply playing on one  does not mean you will be recruited to play college lacrosse. Many of these club organizations use their time more for playing and getting the student athlete exposure and do not effectively focus on skill development. What many families do not realize is that they can get the exposure by filming games, sending tapes and also going to university and college prospect camps

The full scholarship in college lacrosse is essentially a myth, especially In Division II where  a team can award a maximum of 10.8 scholarships. That is one of the reasons why academics are so important, potential student athletes with higher high school grades and SAT/ACT scores may qualify for academic aid.

The best steps a player can take to get a chance to play in college is to put yourself in front of the coach, work on your individual skills and get the best grades you can. The student athlete needs to attend prospect camps, go to the university/college they are interested in and help make a name for themselves by playing in front of and introducing themselves to the coach.  Good academics are also going to open many doors.  
 

 

  2016    Mike Murphy, Colgate University (NCAA I)

 Don't believe the hype.  Social media, early commitments and the regular media are trying to bank on hysteria.  The college process is not a sprint it's a marathon.  In order for any young person to find the right school they have to put in the work.  Investigate, research, visit.  Just because Joey on your club team is committed as a freshman, doesn't mean you need to be committed as well.  Worry about yourself.  Very few Division I players are on full scholarship and yes, higher education is expensive, but you will get back what you put in. 

Be a multi-sport athlete.  Lacrosse is a hybrid sport, be a hybrid athlete.  Specialization is not special!  Also don't over train.  Don't be afraid to be a kid, take some time off!  More and more high school students are getting to college beat and banged up.  Its due to over training!

Focus on your school work from the very beginning.  The better student you are the more opportunities you will have.  Don't let athletics be the sole dictator of your college choice.  Be the very best student-athlete you can be.  Challenge yourself with tough classes.  Be great your freshman and sophomore year, don't think you are going to make up a huge amount of ground if you dig yourself a hole your first two years.

Make sure you high school coach is involved.  Your club coach may be great and a great resource, but you are paying to be part of the club, your high school coach loves you for you.

 

Tanya Kotowicz, Quinnipiac University (NCAA I)

Character matters.  Work on it every day, make good choices and get involved. Pick a good attitude. As the athlete, take ownership of your college search, let your parents support you, but you do the work. Research all aspects of the school academically and athletically - do your homework. 

School first!
  Open the doors for your lacrosse opportunities by taking care of school. Work hard every day, not once in a while.  Who are you when no one is watching?

Sign up with the NCAA Eligibility Center and keep your profile updated.  Understand the eligibility standards and keep progressing towards them.  Meet with a guidance counselor weekly or monthly to update and check in. Understand the finances (financial aid, merit aid, athletic aid) of each university in your search and remember that a full scholarship in lacrosse is rare. 
 ***

Commit because you have done your homework and it's the place you want to be.  Avoid making decisions for the ‘dinner talk’ or to keep up with the Jones’.  Your process isn’t someone else’s. Once you commit, your work isn’t done, it has just begun  - keep playing and keep working hard on and off the field.

 ***

The College lacrosse experience is multi-faceted – on field performance, off field performance, weight room, conditioning, nutrition, hydration, mental performance, and body maintenance, etc. Once you earn a spot, most of the players you end up playing with were the best too, so what are you made of?

 

  ** Steps to College: A Quick Overview of the Recruiting Timeline **
Senior year HS
               
* Narrow your list to 3 to 5 schools, stay in contact with coaches on a weekly basis, ask for the timeline  they will make offers.

 * Quickly let coaches know if you're no longer interested .

* Contact players on your short list of schools, get their direct feedback on the school and program.

 * Take official visits to schools on your short list, meet coaches and players.

* Complete FAFSA form, get college applications in early and apply to all schools on your short list.

* Keep your grades up - avoid Senior Slump!

* Character is key, make good choices every day. Who are you when no one is looking?  

*
Post nothing on Social Media you may later regret. Don't let a 100 character tweet cost you a $100,000 scholarship!

 * Receive,  consider and respond to all written offers from schools.

* Make the decision - make sure it's your decision! 

Junior year HS
             
* Continue to research schools but  narrow your list to 10 to 15 schools.

* Keep in contact with coaches often , let them know of your continued interest and also if you're no longer interested.

* Continue to send videos & grades  to schools you are interested in.  Be your own advocate & keep your name out there!

* Ask coaches where you stand on their recruiting list and their timeline.

* Take SAT/ACT Tests.

* Look to attend Showcase games and tournaments and let coaches know  your schedule.

* Continue to play at the highest level of club/HS team you can. Get feedback on where you can improve skills.

* Make unofficial visits to schools you're interested in.

* Take AP courses, challenge yourself academically!

Sophomore year HS
           
* Register with NCAA & NAIA eligibility Centers, complete  recruiting questionnaires for all schools on your list. 

*
Begin compiling highlight & game videos, consider setting up a channel within YouTube

 * Continue to research and update  your list and write coaches & schools. Send videos and/or links to videos.

* Consider working with a speech coach to develop and improve communications skills - make a good first impression when you  talk to coaches 

* Begin making phone calls to coaches, let them know your game / meet / match schedule  - stay on their  radars!

 * Take SAT / ACT practice tests and/or test prep courses, keep your grades up.

* Pick a good attitude and show it. Recognize that nothing is owed to you just because you're a good athlete


Freshman year HS
         
* Continue your research  & compile an initial  list of 20 to 30 schools  you're interested in.  Rank schools based on the attributes that are most important to you.

 *Begin writing coaches of schools you're interested in, get on their radar and get your name out there!

 * Play at the highest level of club/HS team you can. Ask your coaches where  you need improvement and set goals.

* Look for College camps and clinics to attend.

* Good grades are critical ALL 4 years of HS - hit the ground running freshman year! 

 * Consider working with a personal trainer to improve speed, strength and overall athleticism.

8th Grade
         
 * Research & start a list of colleges you're interested in.  Aim to begin writing college coaches  freshman year of HS.          

 
* Work on study and time   management skills,  important to get good grades beginning  Freshman year of HS.           

* Character matters, make good choices … every day. Learn to be very careful of what you put on social media

 * Play at the highest level of club team you can.  Ask your coach what you need to do athletically to compete well at the HS level.
© Scholarship Stats.com
 
This is a quick overview of the recruiting timeline. Timetables may differ somewhat by sport, division, school and gender, but this provides a basic idea of the process. There are some constants that apply to all athletes in all sports: Start the process early,  thoroughly research your schools, take care of your grades,  advocate for but be honest about yourself, be proactive and be responsive.  For more information see our page on recruiting process do's and don'ts.
   
   If you can answer "yes" to these 3 questions, there is a roster spot out there for you:
     
1.  Will I be a positive representative of the team, program and school?  ... Good Character
2.  Will I be a positive addition to the roster and make the team better? ... Athletic Skill
3.  Will I be able to succeed both athletically and academically at this school? ... Solid Academics
   
   

Interactive Map - US College Lacrosse Programs:

 

Quick Stats - all US Colleges that sponsored varsity Lacrosse teams in 2015:

            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Birmingham Southern College Birmingham AL NCAA III 42 16           -            -     30,574     30,574 500 620 53%
Huntingdon College Montgomery AL NCAA III 36 15           -            -     23,500     23,500 450 530 58%
University of Alabama in Huntsville Huntsville AL NCAA II 24 22 18,925 14,761      9,158     21,232 530 650 82%
University of Montevallo Montevallo AL NCAA II new 19 7,337 7,826      9,990     20,550 460 595 74%
Hendrix College Conway AR NCAA III 26 17           -            -     38,990     38,990 540 660 83%
Arizona State University Tempe AZ NCAA I  -  new 19,723 19,685      9,484     23,830 520 640 84%
California State University-Fresno Fresno CA NCAA I  -  27 12,723 11,458      5,472     16,632 400 520 59%
Chapman University Orange CA NCAA III  -  19           -            -     44,710     44,710 560 650 47%
Claremont-Harvey Mudd-Scripps Claremont CA NCAA III  -  27           -            -     47,150     47,150 690 770 11%
Notre Dame de Namur University Belmont CA NCAA II 29  -  2,159 2,495   31,422     31,422 420 520 78%
Occidental College Los Angeles CA NCAA III  -  14           -            -     46,952     46,952 610 700 42%
Pomona - Pitzer  Claremont CA NCAA III  -  17           -            -     45,500     45,500 690 770 12%
Saint Mary's College of California Moraga CA NCAA I  -  23 19,325 18,541   41,230     41,230 500 610 76%
San Diego State University San Diego CA NCAA I  -  39 15,615 12,722      5,472     16,632 510 620 34%
Stanford University Stanford CA NCAA I  -  31 24,609 25,103   44,184     44,184 700 790 5%
University of California-Berkeley Berkeley CA NCAA I  -  32 9,725 11,167   11,220     34,098 640 770 16%
University of California-Davis Davis CA NCAA I  -  29 11,610 11,617   11,220     34,098 560 700 40%
University of Redlands Redlands CA NCAA III  -  22           -            -     42,836     42,836 500 600 73%
University of Southern California Los Angeles CA NCAA I  -  36 24,145 26,305   47,562     47,562 660 760 18%
Whittier College Whittier CA NCAA III 28 14           -            -     41,246     41,246 490 590 62%
Adams State University Alamosa CO NCAA II 64 18 2,639 4,240      5,160     15,960 458 560 65%
Colorado College Colorado Springs CO NCAA III 49 26           -            -     46,000     46,000 18%
Colorado Mesa University Grand Junction CO NCAA II 44 25 2,576 3,345      6,357     16,961 440 540 82%
Colorado State University-Pueblo Pueblo CO NCAA II 36 20 3,000 4,885      5,824     16,765 450 540 93%
Fort Lewis College Durango CO NCAA II  -  26 7,326 5,702      5,544     16,072 465 565 91%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Regis University Denver CO NCAA II  -  23 11,034 14,215   32,460     32,460 470 590 96%
U.S. Air Force Academy Colorado Springs CO NCAA I 46  -  full ride! full ride!             -                 -   620 710 17%
University of Colorado Boulder Boulder CO NCAA I  -  31 32,688 24,583      9,048     31,410 540 660 84%
University of Denver Denver CO NCAA I 49 29 25,155 36,432   41,112     41,112 560 660 76%
Albertus Magnus College New Haven CT NCAA III 19 17           -            -     28,440     28,440
Central Connecticut State University New Britain CT NCAA I  -  22 9,033 10,949      4,600     14,886 460 560 60%
Connecticut College New London CT NCAA III 40 26           -            -     47,420     47,420 38%
Eastern Connecticut State University Willimantic CT NCAA III 38 22           -            -        4,600     14,886 63%
Fairfield University Fairfield CT NCAA I 46 38 13,099 14,695   43,170     43,170 72%
Mitchell College New London CT NCAA III 28 17           -            -     28,272     28,272 70%
Post University Waterbury CT NCAA II 37 18 6,502 7,877   15,310     15,310 380 480 87%
Quinnipiac University Hamden CT NCAA I 42 30 24,271 28,116   39,170     39,170 500 610 66%
Sacred Heart University Fairfield CT NCAA I 47 26 11,559 10,357   35,500     35,500 57%
Southern Connecticut State University New Haven CT NCAA II  -  24 4,105 4,196      4,600     14,886 410 510 72%
Trinity College Hartford CT NCAA III 45 30           -            -     46,796     46,796 33%
U.S. Coast Guard Academy New London CT NCAA III 32 22 full ride! full ride!             -                 -   600 680 18%
University of Bridgeport Bridgeport CT NCAA II  -  18 16,267 18,196   27,900     27,900 410 490 61%
University of Connecticut Storrs CT NCAA I  -  34 19,347 19,239      9,858     30,038 590 690 50%
University of Hartford West Hartford CT NCAA I 39  -  16,229 23,131   32,758     32,758 440 560 72%
University of New Haven West Haven CT NCAA II  -  24 8,970 9,214   33,330     33,330 480 590 81%
University of Saint Joseph West Hartford CT NCAA III  -  15           -            -     33,205     33,205 440 530 80%
Wesleyan University Middletown CT NCAA III 48 25           -            -     47,702     47,702 24%
Western Connecticut State University Danbury CT NCAA III 33 15           -            -        4,600     14,886 440 540 40%
Yale University New Haven CT NCAA I 40 34           -            -     45,800     45,800 700 800 6%
American University Washington DC NCAA I  -  26 18,644 19,591   41,316     41,316 560 660 46%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Catholic University of America Washington DC NCAA III 48 29           -            -     39,200     39,200 510 610 74%
George Washington University Washington DC NCAA I  -  31 18,315 25,460   48,700     48,700 610 700 44%
Georgetown University Washington DC NCAA I 40 32 9,570 14,584   46,200     46,200 660 760 17%
Howard University Washington DC NCAA I  -  22 13,144 19,290   22,737     22,737 490 610 48%
University of the  District of Columbia Washington DC NCAA II 21 14 12,586 17,852      4,631     10,613
Delaware State University Dover DE NCAA I  -  17 13,607 9,210      6,506     14,862 410 490 44%
Delaware Technical CC-Terry Dover DE NJCAA 21  -  1,700 439      3,168        7,920
University of Delaware Newark DE NCAA I 49 32 20,486 15,158   10,900     29,250 550 660 68%
Wesley College Dover DE NCAA III 36 17           -            -     23,150     23,150 380 480 57%
Wilmington University New Castle DE NCAA II  -  19 3,684 4,245   10,140     10,140
Ave Maria University Ave Maria FL NAIA  -  16 6,947 5,654   17,196     17,196 490 600 52%
Florida Institute of Technology Melbourne FL NCAA II 38 20 9,860 13,674   37,240     37,240 530 660 62%
Florida Southern College Lakeland FL NCAA II 53 26 13,196 14,833   29,340     29,340 520 600 45%
Jacksonville University Jacksonville FL NCAA I 43 38 7,752 14,754   31,370     31,370 56%
Lynn University Boca Raton FL NCAA II 33  -  13,772 21,613   32,800     32,800 430 535 75%
Rollins College Winter Park FL NCAA II 34 25 8,363 10,758   43,080     43,080 57%
Saint Leo University Saint Leo FL NCAA II 48 28 7,314 9,442   19,740     19,740 72%
Stetson University DeLand FL NCAA I  -  26 8,570 15,789   39,690     39,690 61%
University of Florida Gainesville FL NCAA I  -  32 17,105 22,547      4,477     25,694 590 690 46%
University of Tampa Tampa FL NCAA II 62 38 5,518 5,999   24,528     24,528 500 580 52%
Berry College Mount Berry GA NCAA III 34 21           -            -     30,330     30,330 530 630 61%
Emmanuel College Franklin Springs GA NCAA II 30 21 4,118 5,057   18,000     18,000 400 570 49%
Kennesaw State University Kennesaw GA NCAA I  -  25 11,639 19,092      4,078     13,796 490 580 53%
LaGrange College Lagrange GA NCAA III  -  16           -            -     26,290     26,290 470 570 55%
Mercer University Macon GA NCAA I 44 26 16,636 16,007   33,480     33,480 550 650 67%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Oglethorpe University Atlanta GA NCAA III 14 14           -            -     32,200     32,200 510 600 78%
Piedmont College Demorest GA NCAA III 22 20           -            -     21,350     21,350 430 520 58%
Point University West Point GA NAIA 17 26 9,013 9,292   16,700     16,700 430 510 52%
Reinhardt University Waleska GA NAIA 26 16 7,303 8,566   18,996     18,996 440 545 90%
Savannah College of Art and Design Savannah GA NAIA 31 20 15,893 12,232   33,795     33,795 460 580 67%
Shorter University Rome GA NCAA II 39 21 8,758 13,998   19,880     19,880 420 525 69%
Truett-McConnell College Cleveland GA NAIA  -  22 3,582 3,813   16,650     16,650 430 530 96%
Young Harris College Young Harris GA NCAA II 43 26 9,481 11,974   25,726     25,726 440 540 50%
Cornell College Mount Vernon IA NCAA III 17 14           -            -     37,275     37,275 520 650 74%
Loras College Dubuque IA NCAA III  -  22           -            -     28,340     28,340 418 615 95%
Saint Ambrose University Davenport IA NAIA 25  -  4,489 2,886   27,300     27,300 96%
University of Dubuque Dubuque IA NCAA III 20 24           -            -     25,730     25,730 390 490 78%
Wartburg College Waverly IA NCAA III  -  21           -            -     35,170     35,170 510 600 79%
Augustana College Rock Island IL NCAA III 42 33           -            -     37,236     37,236 54%
Aurora University Aurora IL NCAA III 49 18           -            -     21,120     21,120 460 560 81%
Benedictine University Lisle IL NCAA III 40 17           -            -     25,572     25,572 77%
Concordia University-Chicago River Forest IL NCAA III 15 18           -            -     28,104     28,104 460 580 54%
Elmhurst College Elmhurst IL NCAA III 18 18           -            -     33,700     33,700 450 630 68%
Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago IL NCAA III  -  18           -            -     39,975     39,975 640 740 51%
Illinois Wesleyan University Bloomington IL NCAA III 42 19           -            -     40,664     40,664 660 760 60%
Lindenwood University Belleville IL NAIA 22 20 2,744 4,575   15,230     15,230 450 540 53%
McKendree University Lebanon IL NCAA II  -  22 7,285 8,182   25,900     25,900 450 590 61%
North Central College Naperville IL NCAA III  -  13           -            -     34,050     34,050 60%
Northwestern University Evanston IL NCAA I  -  40 39,174 30,698   46,836     46,836 700 790 13%
Robert Morris University  - Chicago Chicago IL NAIA 29 19 7,608 8,790   23,700     23,700 24%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
DePauw University Greencastle IN NCAA III 25 23           -            -     42,050     42,050 560 660 57%
Franklin College Franklin IN NCAA III  -  17           -            -     28,000     28,000 470 560 69%
Hanover College Hanover IN NCAA III 23 25           -            -     32,423     32,423 470 580 64%
Indiana Institute of Technology Fort Wayne IN NAIA 25 17 8,166 11,113   24,450     24,450 420 540 71%
Saint Mary's College Notre Dame IN NCAA III  -  21           -            -     35,210     35,210 500 600 83%
Trine University Angola IN NCAA III 27 17           -            -     29,300     29,300 490 600 76%
University of Indianapolis Indianapolis IN NCAA II 30 21 10,078 12,909   25,154     25,154 450 570 66%
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame IN NCAA I 49 32 28,988 25,998   45,730     45,730 680 770 21%
Wabash College Crawfordsville IN NCAA III 22  -            -            -     37,100     37,100 520 640 70%
University of Saint Mary Leavenworth KS NAIA 16 16 1,941 2,035   23,750     23,750 420 525 47%
Asbury University Wilmore KY NAIA 25 20 612 929   26,670     26,670 493 608 69%
Bellarmine University Louisville KY NCAA I 46  -  7,039 6,802   34,900     34,900 500 590 83%
Centre College Danville KY NCAA III 32 21           -            -     37,100     37,100 560 680 72%
Georgetown College Georgetown KY NAIA  -  17 8,769 7,207   32,960     32,960 490 570 89%
Thomas More College Crestview Hills KY NCAA III  -  20           -            -     27,268     27,268 420 530 93%
Transylvania University Lexington KY NCAA III 25 14           -            -     32,010     32,010 530 660 83%
University of Louisville Louisville KY NCAA I  -  33 16,362 15,792   10,236     24,124 510 630 74%
University of Pikeville Pikeville KY NAIA  -  19 4,164 3,759   18,290     18,290 410 500 100%
Centenary College of Louisiana Shreveport LA NCAA III 18  -            -            -     33,500     33,500 470 570 66%
American International College Springfield MA NCAA II 29 22 9,334 10,827   30,940     30,940 390 495 68%
Amherst College Amherst MA NCAA III 45 28           -            -     47,720     47,720 680 770 14%
Anna Maria College Paxton MA NCAA III 14  -            -            -     31,920     31,920 78%
Assumption College Worcester MA NCAA II 41 28 4,646 4,572   35,510     35,510 81%
Babson College Wellesley MA NCAA III 37 19           -            -     45,120     45,120 610 710 26%
Bay Path College Longmeadow MA NCAA III  -  18           -            -     30,859     30,859 420 520 63%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Becker College Worcester MA NCAA III 27 21           -            -     31,320     31,320 440 560 62%
Bentley University Waltham MA NCAA II 49 23 4,684 6,109   40,990     40,990 610 690 46%
Boston College Chestnut Hill MA NCAA I  -  31 28,665 23,613   46,670     46,670 640 740 34%
Boston University Boston MA NCAA I 55 30 22,453 28,224   45,686     45,686 620 730 35%
Bridgewater State University Bridgewater MA NCAA III  -  23           -            -        8,773     14,913 450 550 79%
Clark University Worcester MA NCAA III 37  -            -            -     40,380     40,380 54%
College of the Holy Cross Worcester MA NCAA I 45 35 13,571 11,260   45,080     45,080 43%
Curry College Milton MA NCAA III 36 16           -            -     33,750     33,750 430 520 87%
Dean College Franklin MA NJCAA  23 14 1,531 2,028   34,390     34,390 370 470 69%
Elms College Chicopee MA NCAA III  -  20           -            -     29,728     29,728 430 530 79%
Emerson College Boston MA NCAA III 22 17           -            -     36,650     36,650 560 650 49%
Emmanuel College Boston MA NCAA III 39 22           -            -     35,312     35,312 490 590 69%
Endicott College Beverly MA NCAA III 44 25           -            -     28,994     28,994 73%
Fitchburg State University Fitchburg MA NCAA III  -  20           -            -        8,773     14,913 460 560 72%
Framingham State University Framingham MA NCAA III  -  19           -            -        8,773     14,913 460 550 62%
Gordon College Wenham MA NCAA III 31 18           -            -     32,930     32,930 510 640 88%
Harvard University Cambridge MA NCAA I 40 25           -            -     40,418     40,418 710 800 6%
Lasell College Newton MA NCAA III 36 20           -            -     29,800     29,800 440 540 76%
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts North Adams MA NCAA III  -  17           -            -        9,563     18,508 430 530 72%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge MA NCAA III 29 20           -            -     44,720     44,720 740 800 8%
Massachusetts Maritime Academy Buzzards Bay MA NCAA III 35 18           -            -        5,568     21,374 560 620 62%
Merrimack College North Andover MA NCAA II 42 17 14,123 11,676   34,615     34,615 78%
Mount Ida College Newton MA NCAA III 36 17           -            -     29,232     29,232 390 490 68%
Mount Holyoke College South Hadley MA NCAA III  -  19           -            -     42,470     42,470 55%
Nichols College Dudley MA NCAA III 31 20           -            -     32,070     32,070 76%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Regis College Weston MA NCAA III 30 21           -            -     35,750     35,750 76%
Salem State University Salem MA NCAA III 32 18           -            -        8,773     14,913 448 540 71%
Simmons College Boston MA NCAA III  -  22           -            -     35,200     35,200 530 620 52%
Smith College Northampton MA NCAA III  -  17           -            -     44,450     44,450 42%
Springfield College Springfield MA NCAA III 50 24           -            -     32,980     32,980 460 600 71%
Stonehill College Easton MA NCAA II  -  28 6,096 5,837   37,426     37,426 77%
Tufts University Medford MA NCAA III 49 32           -            -     47,596     47,596 680 760 17%
University of Massachusetts-Amherst Amherst MA NCAA I 43 36 15,670 14,269   11,684     28,017 570 670 61%
University of Massachusetts-Boston Boston MA NCAA III 30  -            -            -     11,684     28,017 490 580 71%
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth North Dartmouth MA NCAA III 36 19           -            -     12,252     27,950 470 570 77%
University of Massachusetts-Lowell Lowell MA NCAA I 40 26 9,055 8,894   12,252     27,950 540 640 62%
Wellesley College Wellesley  MA NCAA III  -  18           -            -     44,802     44,802 640 740 30%
Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston MA NCAA III 31 17           -            -     29,320     29,320 530 630 83%
Western New England University Springfield MA NCAA III 48 22           -            -     31,200     31,200 500 600 80%
Westfield State University Westfield MA NCAA III  -  23           -            -        8,773     14,913 460 550 75%
Wheaton College Norton MA NCAA III 34 17           -            -     46,120     46,120 70%
Wheelock College Boston MA NCAA III 17 17           -            -     31,675     31,675 420 530 88%
Williams College Williamstown MA NCAA III 42 30           -            -     48,030     48,030 670 770 19%
Worcester State University Worcester MA NCAA III  -  17           -            -        8,773     14,913 450 560 61%
Anne Arundel Community College Arnold MD NJCAA  23 9 38 9      5,880     10,410
Cecil College North East MD NJCAA  16  -  272 972      5,700        7,050
College of Southern Maryland La Plata MD NJCAA 19 12 592 850      4,752        6,144
Community College of Baltimore County Baltimore MD NJCAA  63 25 316 610      5,616        8,424
Frostburg State University Frostburg MD NCAA III 47 22           -            -        5,800     17,092 430 540 59%
Goucher College Baltimore MD NCAA III 42 17           -            -     39,808     39,808 76%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Harford Community College Bel Air MD NJCAA  20 14 548 1,018      4,584        6,672
Hood College Frederick MD NCAA III 32 14           -            -     33,620     33,620 81%
Howard Community College Columbia MD NJCAA  28 16 50 98      5,112        6,216
Johns Hopkins University (Lacrosse) Baltimore MD NCAA  I 53 29 14,902 26,267   47,060     47,060 690 770 16%
Loyola University Maryland Baltimore MD NCAA I 46 30 13,838 14,588   42,690     42,690 60%
McDaniel College Westminster MD NCAA III 40 21           -            -     38,350     38,350 490 600 76%
Mount St Mary's University Emmitsburg MD NCAA I 53 21 11,309 12,849   35,021     35,021 470 570 67%
Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore MD NCAA III  -  15           -            -     31,910     31,910 460 570 49%
Salisbury University Salisbury MD NCAA III 49 28           -            -        6,268     14,614 55%
St Mary's College of Maryland St. Mary's City MD NCAA III 53 21           -            -     11,195     26,045 530 633 79%
Stevenson University Stevenson MD NCAA III 65 30           -            -     26,976     26,976 450 550 62%
Towson University Towson MD NCAA I 47 33 12,354 11,440      6,004     17,682 500 590 59%
U.S. Naval Academy Annapolis MD NCAA I 52 42 full ride! full ride!             -                 -   610 710 8%
University of Maryland-Baltimore County Baltimore MD NCAA I 46 30 10,785 16,728      7,518     19,816 570 670 60%
University of Maryland-College Park College Park MD NCAA I 50 33 25,960 28,161      7,612     27,905 620 730 48%
Washington College Chestertown MD NCAA III 46 24           -            -     41,596     41,596 56%
Bates College Lewiston ME NCAA III 44 27           -            -     46,750     46,750 25%
Bowdoin College Brunswick ME NCAA III 44 28           -            -     46,354     46,354 15%
Colby College Waterville ME NCAA III 44 29           -            -     45,360     45,360 620 720 28%
Husson University Bangor ME NCAA III 28 15           -            -     15,717     15,717 430 530 72%
Maine Maritime Academy Castine ME NCAA III 31 20           -            -        9,440     21,080 470 580 79%
Saint Joseph's College of Maine Standish ME NCAA III 36 24           -            -     30,800     30,800 440 530 79%
Thomas College Waterville ME NCAA III 20 18           -            -     22,830     22,830 74%
University of Maine at Farmington Farmington ME NCAA III 20 17           -            -        8,352     17,440 85%
University of New England Biddeford ME NCAA III 36 23           -            -     32,880     32,880 490 580 86%

            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
University of Southern Maine Portland ME NCAA III 27 24           -             -        6,578     17,290 440 550 84%
Adrian College Adrian MI NCAA III 23 26           -             -     31,870     31,870 450 530 62%
Albion College Albion MI NCAA III 31 19           -             -     36,872     36,872 520 640 61%
Alma College Alma MI NCAA III 31 24           -             -     33,825     33,825 453 555 72%
Aquinas College Grand Rapids MI NAIA 33 24 2,343 2,684   27,332     27,332 65%
Calvin College Grand Rapids MI NCAA III 14 18           -             -     29,400     29,400 530 660 73%
Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant MI NCAA I  -  25 11,039 11,010   11,550     23,670 470 593 69%
Davenport University Grand Rapids MI NAIA  -  20 7,352 8,273   14,472     14,472 93%
Grand Valley State University Allendale MI NCAA II  -  35 6,558 7,381   10,752     15,408 490 615 80%
Hope College Holland MI NCAA III 26 22           -             -     29,390     29,390 530 650 77%
Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo MI NCAA III 15 18           -             -     40,728     40,728 550 690 70%
Lawrence Technological University Southfield MI NAIA 19 20 5,736 8,600   29,580     29,580 540 650 57%
Olivet College Olivet MI NCAA III 22 19           -             -     22,950     22,950 400 500 61%
Siena Heights University Adrian MI NAIA 28 22 5,044 4,506   22,100     22,100 420 540 74%
University of Detroit Mercy Detroit MI NCAA I 51 26 15,450 22,462   37,320     37,320 503 670 69%
University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI NCAA I 51 36 24,756 21,622   13,158     41,578 660 760 32%
University of Michigan-Dearborn Dearborn MI NAIA 20  -  753 2,442   10,542     22,740 523 658 63%
Augsburg College Minneapolis MN NCAA III  -  19           -             -     33,766     33,766 485 630 68%
University of Northwestern-St Paul Saint Paul MN NCAA III new  15           -             -     28,390     28,390 510 640 70%
Fontbonne University Saint Louis MO NCAA III 17  -            -             -     22,410     22,410 548 605 91%
Lindenwood University Saint Charles MO NCAA II 34 28 2,744 4,575   15,230     15,230 450 540 53%
Missouri Baptist University Saint Louis MO NAIA 25 22 10,963 12,760   21,620     21,620 410 550 60%
Missouri Valley College Marshall MO NAIA 43  -  11,800 13,515   17,900     17,900 44%
Rockhurst University Kansas City MO NCAA II 38 24 5,764 10,101   32,075     32,075 485 650 77%
Millsaps College Jackson MS NCAA III 15 13           -             -     31,872     31,872 520 630 57%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
University of Great Falls Great Falls MT NAIA 17  -  8,806 8,944   20,456     20,456 66%
Belmont Abbey College Belmont NC NCAA II 46 22 2,698 3,258   18,500     18,500 450 570 69%
Brevard College Brevard NC NCAA II 23 17 5,945 8,177   25,950     25,950 43%
Campbell University Buies Creek NC NCAA I  -  18 8,786 22,931   26,550     26,550 380 620 68%
Catawba College Salisbury NC NCAA II 30 22 7,122 9,929   27,360     27,360 36%
Chowan University Murfreesboro NC NCAA II  -  22 5,411 6,281   22,900     22,900 350 440 60%
Davidson College Davidson NC NCAA I  -  27 6,777 8,379   44,928     44,928 620 720 22%
Duke University Durham NC NCAA I 46 34 26,050 23,558   45,800     45,800 700 790 11%
Elon University Elon NC NCAA I  -  32 22,424 22,429   30,848     30,848 570 660 54%
Gardner-Webb University Boiling Springs NC NCAA I  -  17 14,345 16,150   26,690     26,690 450 570 67%
Greensboro College Greensboro NC NCAA III 24 14           -             -     26,300     26,300 390 500 73%
Guilford College Greensboro NC NCAA III 46 20           -             -     33,050     33,050 62%
High Point University High Point NC NCAA I 50 28 15,078 19,867   27,775     27,775 510 601 80%
Lees-McRae College Banner Elk NC NCAA II 22 13 5,616 6,339   23,450     23,450 62%
Lenoir-Rhyne University Hickory NC NCAA II 45 20 7,890 9,894   30,922     30,922 66%
Mars Hill University Mars Hill NC NCAA II 27  -  5,395 7,191   25,006     25,006 410 520 62%
Meredith College Raleigh NC NCAA III  -  21           -             -     32,100     32,100 61%
Methodist University Fayetteville NC NCAA III 30 14           -             -     28,766     28,766 420 530 56%
Montreat College Montreat NC NAIA 23 14 3,227 3,494   23,320     23,320 400 530 46%
Pfeiffer University Misenheimer NC NCAA II 37 28 6,570 8,336   25,175     25,175 450 570 47%
Queens University of Charlotte Charlotte NC NCAA II 56 32 9,784 9,833   29,910     29,910 460 570 78%
St Andrews University Laurinburg NC NAIA 19 12 9,139 6,214   23,682     23,682 330 590 57%
University of Mount Olive Mount Olive NC NCAA II 40 29 4,378 4,819   17,800     17,800 410 520 47%
University of North Carolina  Chapel Hill NC NCAA I 44 38 17,783 17,504      6,423     31,505 620 720 28%
Wingate University Wingate NC NCAA II 45 20 7,534 7,931   24,750     24,750 460 560 75%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Midland University Fremont NE NAIA  -  13 11,799 11,078   27,750     27,750 60%
Colby-Sawyer College New London NH NCAA III  -  25           -             -     38,040     38,040 91%
Daniel Webster College Nashua NH NCAA III 23 14           -             -     15,630     15,630 63%
Dartmouth College Hanover NH NCAA I 39 27           -             -     46,764     46,764 680 770 12%
Franklin Pierce University Rindge NH NCAA II 40 25 4,000 4,853   29,682     29,682 430 530 84%
Keene State College Keene NH NCAA III 46 25           -             -     10,410     18,330 430 530 79%
New England College Henniker NH NCAA III 29 18           -             -     33,300     33,300 96%
Plymouth State University Plymouth NH NCAA III 42 25           -             -     10,410     18,320 75%
Rivier University Nashua NH NCAA III 22 18           -             -     28,300     28,300 440 530 63%
Saint Anselm College Manchester NH NCAA II 35 28 4,946 6,518   35,396     35,396 76%
Southern New Hampshire University Manchester NH NCAA II 42 16 7,077 10,551   29,274     29,274 84%
University of New Hampshire Durham NH NCAA I  -  30 16,319 17,549   13,670     26,650 510 610 80%
Brookdale Community College Lincroft NJ NJCAA  26  -            -             -        5,700        6,300
Caldwell University Caldwell NJ NCAA II  -  19 7,201 7,136   28,900     28,900 420 550 64%
Centenary College Hackettstown NJ NCAA III 28 13           -             -     29,360     29,360 410 520 82%
College of New Jersey Ewing NJ NCAA III  -  20           -             -     10,562     21,175 570 670 49%
College of Saint Elizabeth Morristown NJ NCAA III  -  16           -             -     29,148     29,148 370 465 58%
County College of Morris Randolph NJ NJCAA  19  -  147 549      7,080     10,080
Drew University Madison NJ NCAA III 26 19           -             -     44,232     44,232 500 600 70%
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ-College at Florham Madison NJ NCAA III 36 21           -             -     37,260     37,260 470 570 81%
Felician College Rutherford NJ NCAA II new 16 11,779 12,486   28,950     28,950 400 490 84%
Georgian Court University Lakewood NJ NCAA II 22 21 6,985 7,233   29,566     29,566 430 540 68%
Kean University Union NJ NCAA III 45 21           -             -        7,345     13,754 420 510 70%
Monmouth University West Long Branch NJ NCAA I 43 29 16,523 16,191   31,682     31,682 490 580 74%
Montclair State University Montclair NJ NCAA III 43 23           -             -        8,346     17,060 450 540 67%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark NJ NCAA I 25  -  11,543 19,162   13,120     26,760 560 670 63%
Ocean County College Toms River NJ NJCAA  20  -            -             -        3,192        5,160
Princeton University Princeton NJ NCAA I 37 29           -             -     41,820     41,820 710 800 7%
Ramapo College of New Jersey Mahwah NJ NCAA III  -  17           -             -        8,650     17,300 500 610 53%
Rowan University Glassboro NJ NCAA III  -  25           -             -        9,076     17,030 510 630 44%
Rutgers University-Camden Camden NJ NCAA III  -  17           -             -     10,954     25,249 470 570 60%
Rutgers University-New Brunswick New Brunswick NJ NCAA I 48 33 18,678 18,098   10,954     25,732 570 700 60%
Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken NJ NCAA III 53 31           -             -     44,210     44,210 660 745 44%
Stockton University Galloway NJ NCAA III 33 21           -             -        8,107     14,628 500 600 65%
Union County College Cranford NJ NJCAA  22  -  104 1,643      8,400        8,400
Adelphi University Garden City NY NCAA II 41 29 9,336 10,407   30,840     30,840 510 620 72%
Alfred University Alfred NY NCAA III 40 15           -             -     25,076     25,076 480 590 69%
ASA College Brooklyn NY NJCAA  16  -  2,356 2,313   11,880     11,880
Bard College Annandale-On-Hudson NY NCAA III 19 18           -             -     47,560     47,560 45%
Canisius College Buffalo NY NCAA I 48 26 11,315 12,996   32,630     32,630 490 600 80%
Cayuga County Community College Auburn NY NJCAA  10  -            -             -        4,200        8,400
Cazenovia College Cazenovia NY NCAA III 26 19           -             -     30,028     30,028 76%
Clarkson University Potsdam NY NCAA III 43 29           -             -     41,690     41,690 570 670 62%
Colgate University Hamilton NY NCAA I 48 32 20,572 19,981   47,855     47,855 650 750 26%
College of Mount Saint Vincent Bronx NY NCAA III 33 19           -             -     29,980     29,980 420 500 95%
College of Saint Rose Albany NY NCAA II 37  -  7,946 9,009   28,036     28,036 76%
Columbia University  New York NY NCAA I  -  28           -             -     48,646     48,646 700 790 7%
Cornell University Ithaca NY NCAA I 45 28           -             -     47,050     47,050 680 770 14%
CUNY Queens College Queens NY NCAA II  -  17 4,999 6,625      6,030     12,840 530 610 40%
Dominican College of Blauvelt Orangeburg NY NCAA II 26 17 7,303 7,650   24,932     24,932 390 480 63%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Elmira College Elmira NY NCAA III 21 21           -             -     36,600     36,600 470 590 82%
Erie Community College Buffalo NY NJCAA  - 13 32 156      4,295        8,590
Farmingdale State College Farmingdale NY NCAA III 36 22           -             -        6,170     15,820 460 540 47%
Finger Lakes Community College Canandaigua NY NJCAA  27  -            -             -        4,022        8,044
Genesee Community College Batavia NY NJCAA  36 20 600 507      3,850        4,450
Hamilton College Clinton NY NCAA III 50 27           -             -     47,350     47,350 660 740 26%
Hartwick College Oneonta NY NCAA III 34 21           -             -     39,260     39,260 90%
Herkimer County CC Herkimer NY NJCAA  25 18           -             -        3,840        6,300
Hilbert College Hamburg NY NCAA III 32 17           -             -     19,300     19,300 81%
Hobart William Smith Colleges Geneva NY NCAA I 50 23           -             -     46,852     46,852 48%
Hofstra University Hempstead NY NCAA I 44 30 22,160 27,761   37,850     37,850 530 620 62%
Houghton College Houghton NY NCAA III 21 14           -             -     28,406     28,406 490 620 94%
Hudson Valley Community College Troy NY NJCAA  23  -            -             -        3,980     11,940
Iona College New Rochelle NY NCAA I  -  26 11,224 11,241   31,880     31,880 460 560 87%
Ithaca College Ithaca NY NCAA III 37 27           -             -     39,532     39,532 59%
Jefferson Community College Watertown NY NJCAA  21 16           -             -        3,984        6,072
Keuka College Keuka Park NY NCAA III 33 20           -             -     27,260     27,260 83%
Le Moyne College Syracuse NY NCAA II 49 30 4,793 5,232   30,350     30,350 480 590 66%
LIU Brooklyn Brooklyn NY NCAA I  -  22 25,867 33,751   33,018     33,018 86%
LIU Post Brookville NY NCAA II 51 23 13,249 16,484   33,018     33,018 420 530 83%
Manhattan College Riverdale NY NCAA I 38 27 11,912 17,663   34,300     34,300 500 610 67%
Manhattanville College Purchase NY NCAA III 21 17           -             -     34,870     34,870 74%
Marist College Poughkeepsie NY NCAA I 41 29 5,760 9,107   32,000     32,000 39%
Medaille College Buffalo NY NCAA III 15 15           -             -     25,002     25,002 360 480 62%
Mercy College Dobbs Ferry NY NCAA II 46 24 4,896 4,881   17,166     17,166 72%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Mohawk Valley CC Utica NY NJCAA  19 17           -             -        3,810        7,620
Molloy College Rockville Centre NY NCAA II 35 30 6,867 6,881   25,800     25,800 490 580 75%
Monroe Community College Rochester NY NJCAA  21 24 1,113 965      3,416        6,832
Morrisville State College Morrisville NY NCAA III 37 18           -             -        6,170     15,820 400 490 56%
Mount Saint Mary College Newburgh NY NCAA III 38 18           -             -     26,312     26,312 460 560 89%
Nassau Community College Garden City NY NJCAA  49 21           -             -        4,234        8,468
Nazareth College Rochester NY NCAA III 43 24           -             -     29,244     29,244 70%
New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury NY NCAA II 34  -  15,058 17,846   31,050     31,050 490 610 64%
Niagara University Niagara University NY NCAA I  -  27 12,124 12,761   27,700     27,700 480 570 66%
Nyack College Nyack NY NCAA II  -  16 13,666 13,165   23,500     23,500 370 500 99%
Onondaga Community College Syracuse NY NJCAA  44 24           -             -        4,300        8,600
Pace University-New York New York NY NCAA II 48 20 12,810 14,763   38,200     38,200 480 580 85%
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy NY NCAA III 41 19           -             -     46,700     46,700 680 770 38%
Roberts Wesleyan College Rochester NY NCAA II 33 24 4,937 5,164   27,036     27,036 480 590 69%
Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester NY NCAA III 45 26           -             -     35,256     35,256 570 680 57%
Sage Colleges Troy NY NCAA III  -  19           -             -     27,000     27,000 55%
Saint John Fisher College Rochester NY NCAA III 42 29           -             -     28,970     28,970 500 600 68%
Saint Joseph's College-Long Island Patchogue NY NCAA III  -  19           -             -     22,200     22,200 460 570 71%
Siena College Loudonville NY NCAA I 47 28 11,938 15,238   32,043     32,043 520 620 66%
Skidmore College Saratoga Springs NY NCAA III 37 20           -             -     46,390     46,390 570 680 37%
St Bonaventure University Saint Bonaventure NY NCAA I  -  19 12,312 12,583   29,510     29,510 470 580 70%
St John's University-New York Queens NY NCAA I 38  -  22,740 33,206   37,870     37,870 500 620 63%
St Lawrence University Canton NY NCAA III 45 25           -             -     47,350     47,350 48%
St. Thomas Aquinas College Sparkill NY NCAA II 15 20 7,260 6,599   27,130     27,130 427 560 81%
Stony Brook University Stony Brook NY NCAA I 38 33 16,166 16,886      6,170     19,590 610 710 41%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Suffolk County Community College Selden NY NJCAA  33 22           -             -        4,390        8,780
SUNY at Albany Albany NY NCAA I 52 36 10,723 13,742      6,170     17,810 520 600 56%
SUNY at Binghamton Vestal NY NCAA I 41 30 9,089 12,016      6,170     17,810 620 700 44%
SUNY at Fredonia Fredonia NY NCAA III  -  19           -             -        6,170     15,820 470 570 53%
SUNY at New Paltz New Paltz NY NCAA III  -  21           -             -        6,170     15,820 520 600 42%
SUNY at Oneonta Oneonta NY NCAA III 45 22           -             -        6,170     15,820 510 590 50%
SUNY at Purchase College Purchase NY NCAA III 18 18           -             -        6,170     15,820 490 590 41%
SUNY Broome Community College Binghamton NY NJCAA  20 13           -             -        4,108        8,216
SUNY Buffalo State Buffalo NY NCAA III  -  23           -             -        6,170     15,820 410 500 62%
SUNY College at Brockport Brockport NY NCAA III 37 21           -             -        6,170     15,820 480 580 49%
SUNY College at Cortland Cortland NY NCAA III 52 29           -             -        6,170     15,820 49%
SUNY College at Geneseo Geneseo NY NCAA III 37 25           -             -        6,170     15,820 570 660 59%
SUNY College at Old Westbury Old Westbury NY NCAA III  -  16           -             -        6,190     15,820 460 550 62%
SUNY College at Oswego Oswego NY NCAA III 37 22           -             -        6,170     15,820 510 600 48%
SUNY College at Plattsburgh Plattsburgh NY NCAA III 58  -            -             -        6,170     15,820 470 560 48%
SUNY College at Potsdam Potsdam NY NCAA III 44 22           -             -        6,170     15,820 68%
SUNY College of Agriculture & Technology  Cobleskill NY NCAA III 20  -            -             -        6,170     15,320 370 500 73%
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred Alfred NY NCAA III 26  -            -             -        6,170     12,780 430 560 54%
SUNY College of Technology at Canton Canton NY NCAA III 30 20           -             -        6,170     10,340 81%
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi Delhi NY NJCAA  30  -            -             -        6,170     10,340 68%
SUNY Institute of Technology  Utica NY NCAA III 25 16           -             -        6,170     15,820 460 650 56%
SUNY Maritime College Throggs Neck NY NCAA III 38 17           -             -        6,170     15,820 530 610 53%
Syracuse University Syracuse NY NCAA I 61 50 25,340 26,744   40,380     40,380 550 660 53%
Tompkins Cortland CC Dryden NY NJCAA  19  -            -             -        4,500        9,300
U.S. Military Academy West Point NY NCAA I 55 31 full ride! full ride! 590 700 9%

            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Union College Schenectady NY NCAA III 40 30           -             -     47,913     47,913 41%
United States Merchant Marine Academy Kings Point NY NCAA III 36 13           -             -               -                 -  
University of Rochester Rochester NY NCAA III  -  29           -             -     46,150     46,150 36%
Utica College Utica NY NCAA III 34 23           -             -     33,216     33,216 82%
Vassar College Poughkeepsie NY NCAA III 29 21           -             -     48,840     48,840 650 740 24%
Wagner College Staten Island NY NCAA I 43 25 14,766 19,396   40,450     40,450 72%
Wells College Aurora NY NCAA III 21 16           -             -     35,200     35,200 460 560 57%
Baldwin Wallace University Berea OH NCAA III 40 19           -             -     28,814     28,814 64%
Capital University Columbus OH NCAA III 38 19           -             -     31,990     31,990 480 610 73%
College of Wooster Wooster OH NCAA III 42 19           -             -     42,920     42,920 560 670 59%
Defiance College Defiance OH NCAA III 16 14           -             -     29,256     29,256 400 520 65%
Denison University Granville OH NCAA III 46 22           -             -     44,670     44,670 56%
Franciscan University of Steubenville Steubenville OH NCAA III 16 21           -             -     23,470     23,470 520 640 78%
Hiram College Hiram OH NCAA III 31 18           -             -     29,065     29,065 420 560 62%
John Carroll University University Heights OH NCAA III 39 17           -             -     34,600     34,600 500 610 83%
Kenyon College Gambier OH NCAA III 37 20           -             -     45,500     45,500 610 690 25%
Lake Erie College Painesville OH NCAA II 28 15 7,874 8,742   26,962     26,962 435 540 69%
Lourdes University Sylvania OH NAIA 29 21 10,000 11,668   18,153     18,153 65%
Mount Saint Joseph University Cincinnati OH NCAA III 19 21           -             -     25,850     25,850 420 550 88%
Muskingum University New Concord OH NCAA III 34 15           -             -     24,000     24,000 410 610 76%
Notre Dame College Cleveland OH NCAA II  -  13 5,434 4,854   26,194     26,194 390 500 89%
Oberlin College Oberlin OH NCAA III 38 22           -             -     48,054     48,054 620 720 33%
Ohio State University Columbus OH NCAA I 48 41 16,033 16,500      9,168     25,668 620 730 53%
Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware OH NCAA III 47 21           -             -     41,660     41,660 74%
Otterbein University Westerville OH NCAA III 37 17           -             -     31,242     31,242 500 620 75%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Tiffin University Tiffin OH NCAA II  -  22 5,164 6,197   21,510     21,510 54%
University of Cincinnati Cincinnati OH NCAA I  -  28 13,175 12,485      9,322     24,656 530 660 76%
University of Findlay Findlay OH NCAA II  -  19 8,062 6,174   29,716     29,716 470 480 72%
University of Mount Union Alliance OH NCAA III 36 30           -             -     27,670     27,670 450 580 74%
Urbana University Urbana OH NCAA II  -  12 8,456 7,998   22,012     22,012
Ursuline College Pepper Pike OH NCAA II  -  14           -   14,466   27,420     27,420 450 590 66%
Walsh University North Canton OH NCAA II 29 18 5,319 5,676   25,330     25,330 460 560 81%
Wilmington College Wilmington OH NCAA III 26 21           -             -     28,420     28,420 420 530 95%
Wittenberg University Springfield OH NCAA III 35 19           -             -     37,230     37,230 91%
Oklahoma Baptist University Shawnee OK NCAA II  -  21 7,619 8,992   20,600     20,600 517 559 60%
St. Gregory's University Shawnee OK NAIA 17  -  8,579 11,663   19,320     19,320 53%
George Fox University Newberg OR NCAA III  -  21           -             -     31,510     31,510 480 610 78%
Linfield College McMinnville OR NCAA III  -  16           -             -     37,000     37,000 480 600 94%
Pacific University Forest Grove OR NCAA III  -  17           -             -     37,632     37,632 500 600 80%
University of Oregon Eugene OR NCAA I  -  30 22,272 19,844      8,190     29,160 500 620 75%
Albright College Reading PA NCAA III 48 26           -             -     37,320     37,320 50%
Allegheny College Meadville PA NCAA III  -  22           -             -     40,260     40,260 520 630 72%
Alvernia University Reading PA NCAA III 26 19           -             -     29,500     29,500 440 550 75%
Arcadia University Glenside PA NCAA III 32 22           -             -     37,500     37,500 500 600 59%
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Bloomsburg PA NCAA II  -  23 1,296 1,097      6,820     17,050 440 540 88%
Bryn Athyn College of the New Church Bryn Athyn PA NCAA III 20 16           -             -     17,325     17,325 390 510 58%
Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr  PA NCAA III  -  19           -             -     44,470     44,470 600 730 40%
Bucknell University Lewisburg PA NCAA I 43 32 13,005 12,070   48,234     48,234 620 720 31%
Cabrini College Radnor PA NCAA III 53 30           -             -     28,932     28,932 390 490 75%
Cedar Crest College Allentown PA NCAA III  -  12           -             -     33,904     33,904 450 550 52%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Chatham University Pittsburgh PA NCAA III new new           -             -     32,234     32,234 52%
Chestnut Hill College Philadelphia PA NCAA II 34 21 4,516 6,416   31,930     31,930 420 550 75%
Delaware Valley University Doylestown PA NCAA III 25 15           -             -     31,766     31,766 440 560 76%
DeSales University Center Valley PA NCAA III 31  -            -             -     31,000     31,000 440 570 80%
Dickinson College Carlisle PA NCAA III 51 26           -             -     47,242     47,242 48%
Drexel University Philadelphia PA NCAA I 48 28 15,355 19,219   44,646     44,646 570 670 76%
Duquesne University Pittsburgh PA NCAA I  -  29 17,105 16,908   30,070     30,070 520 610 73%
East Stroudsburg University  East Stroudsburg PA NCAA II  -  28 1,925 1,956      6,820     17,050 430 530 81%
Eastern University Saint Davids PA NCAA III 45 16           -             -     29,440     29,440 460 570 62%
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Edinboro PA NCAA II  -  22 3,268 3,175      6,820     10,230 410 520 99%
Elizabethtown College Elizabethtown PA NCAA III 46 25           -             -     39,920     39,920 510 620 71%
Franklin and Marshall College Lancaster PA NCAA III 45 31           -             -     48,414     48,414 39%
Gannon University Erie PA NCAA II  -  27 9,507 8,538   27,760     27,760 470 570 78%
Gettysburg College Gettysburg PA NCAA III 52 32           -             -     47,480     47,480 45%
Gwynedd Mercy University Gwynedd Valley PA NCAA III 33 19           -             -     29,860     29,860 430 540 76%
Haverford College Haverford PA NCAA III 37 28           -             -     46,790     46,790 660 740 25%
Holy Family University Philadelphia PA NCAA II  -  16 11,378 13,081   27,510     27,510 410 510 73%
Immaculata University Immaculata PA NCAA III 25 18           -             -     32,000     32,000 430 530 76%
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana PA NCAA II  -  23 5,177 3,085      6,820     17,050 430 530 95%
Keystone College La Plume PA NCAA III 19 17           -             -     21,000     21,000 400 520 92%
King's College Wilkes-Barre PA NCAA III 28 19           -             -     31,416     31,416 67%
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Kutztown PA NCAA II  -  19 1,410 1,510      6,820     17,050 430 530 80%
La Roche College Pittsburgh PA NCAA III 16  -            -             -     24,750     24,750 420 530 94%
La Salle University Philadelphia PA NCAA I  -  32 13,445 16,272   39,200     39,200 440 550 78%
Lafayette College Easton PA NCAA I 40 28 16,017 13,677   45,230     45,230 620 720 30%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Lancaster Bible College Lancaster PA NCAA III  -  17           -             -     18,170     18,170 430 550 59%
Lebanon Valley College Annville PA NCAA III 41 24           -             -     36,470     36,470 71%
Lehigh University Bethlehem PA NCAA I 47 29 16,610 16,340   44,520     44,520 640 740 34%
Lock Haven University Lock Haven PA NCAA II  -  30 1,541 1,863      6,820     15,050 430 530 93%
Lycoming College Williamsport PA NCAA III 28 17           -             -     34,016     34,016 470 590 72%
Marywood University Scranton PA NCAA III 34 20           -             -     30,070     30,070 470 570 74%
Mercyhurst University Erie PA NCAA II 43 32 11,223 12,952   29,600     29,600 80%
Messiah College Mechanicsburg PA NCAA III 41 28           -             -     30,510     30,510 510 620 80%
Millersville University of Pennsylvania Millersville PA NCAA II  -  24 1,508 2,024      7,920     21,300 460 560 69%
Misericordia University Dallas PA NCAA III 38 18           -             -     27,470     27,470 490 590 71%
Moravian College Bethlehem PA NCAA III 27 18           -             -     35,991     35,991 460 570 86%
Muhlenberg College Allentown PA NCAA III 44 27           -             -     43,860     43,860 53%
Neumann University Aston PA NCAA III 25 20           -             -     24,800     24,800 380 480 94%
Northampton County Area CC Bethlehem PA NJCAA  10  -            -             -        5,460        8,190
Penn State University- Abington Abington PA NCAA III  -  16           -             -     13,012     19,848 420 560 79%
Pennsylvania State University University Park PA NCAA I 40 33 19,326 18,697   16,572     29,522 560 670 50%
Philadelphia University Philadelphia PA NCAA II  -  21 10,272 12,712   34,280     34,280 490 600 64%
Robert Morris University Moon Township PA NCAA I 41 28 14,426 16,884   25,380     25,380 470 570 76%
Rosemont College Rosemont PA NCAA III 23 20           -             -     30,600     30,600 390 525 58%
Saint Francis University Loretto PA NCAA I  -  24 11,791 16,101   30,028     30,028 470 570 69%
Saint Joseph's University Philadelphia PA NCAA I 52 27 13,112 16,124   40,420     40,420 85%
Saint Vincent College Latrobe PA NCAA III 24 25           -             -     30,540     30,540 460 590 72%
Seton Hill University Greensburg PA NCAA II 40 27 9,181 10,379   30,280     30,280 69%
Shippensburg University  Shippensburg PA NCAA II  -  23 1,838 2,460      6,820     15,346 450 540 83%
Slippery Rock University  Slippery Rock PA NCAA II  -  27 2,777 2,474      6,820     10,230 460 550 66%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Susquehanna University Selinsgrove PA NCAA III 48 20           -             -     39,830     39,830 78%
Swarthmore College Swarthmore PA NCAA III 34 24           -             -     45,700     45,700 680 770 17%
Temple University Philadelphia PA NCAA I  -  31 20,244 18,582   14,006     24,032 510 620 62%
Thiel College Greenville PA NCAA III 24 18           -             -     25,998     25,998 430 530 69%
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA NCAA I 42 33           -             -     42,176     42,176 690 780 10%
University of Scranton Scranton PA NCAA III 41 26           -             -     39,556     39,556 520 610 77%
Ursinus College Collegeville PA NCAA III 50 24           -             -     45,890     45,890 83%
Valley Forge Military College Wayne PA NJCAA  26  -  1,210 731   23,856     23,856 366 438 97%
Villanova University Villanova PA NCAA I 41 35 19,824 19,590   45,376     45,376 620 710 49%
Washington & Jefferson College Washington PA NCAA III 26 16           -             -     40,722     40,722 42%
Waynesburg University Waynesburg PA NCAA III  -  26           -             -     20,890     20,890 450 550 84%
West Chester University  West Chester PA NCAA II  -  32 2,489 1,389      6,820     17,050 500 590 53%
Westminster College New Wilmington PA NCAA III 20 new           -             -     32,170     32,170 460 590 94%
Widener University Chester PA NCAA III 49 22           -             -     39,052     39,052 470 580 65%
Wilkes University Wilkes-Barre PA NCAA III 21 19           -             -     29,750     29,750 470 590 79%
Williamson College of the Trades Media PA NJCAA 23  -            -             -               -                 -  
York College Pennsylvania York PA NCAA III 42 25           -             -     15,920     15,920 480 580 45%
Brown University Providence RI NCAA I 37 29           -             -     46,408     46,408 670 780 9%
Bryant University Smithfield RI NCAA I 50 31 11,967 13,232   38,199     38,199 75%
Johnson & Wales University-Providence Providence RI NCAA III 36 28           -             -     28,239     28,239 81%
Providence College Providence RI NCAA I 48  -  23,223 21,261   43,443     43,443 63%
Rhode Island College Providence RI NCAA III  -  18           -             -        6,530     17,228 410 510 65%
Roger Williams University Bristol RI NCAA III 38 17           -             -     29,976     29,976 78%
Salve Regina University Newport RI NCAA III 36 25           -             -     35,140     35,140 71%
Coastal Carolina University Conway SC NCAA I  -  31 16,716 17,336   10,140     23,480 460 550 64%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Coker College Hartsville SC NCAA II 37 19 4,912 6,768   25,536     25,536 460 550 51%
Columbia College Columbia SC NAIA  -  16           -   11,428   26,900     26,900 450 550 79%
Converse College Spartanburg SC NCAA II  -  16 n/a n/a   15,500     15,500 450 560 53%
Erskine College Due West SC NCAA II  -  18 3,967 9,996   29,310     29,310 460 580 61%
Furman University Greenville SC NCAA I 54 26 24,980 29,547   44,288     44,288 69%
Limestone College Gaffney SC NCAA II 64 34 4,953 8,004   23,000     23,000 480 560 52%
Newberry College Newberry SC NCAA II  -  24 5,193 8,428   22,500     22,500 420 530 57%
North Greenville University Tigerville SC NCAA II 37 30 4,074 3,880   15,510     15,510 470 660 59%
Presbyterian College Clinton SC NCAA I  -  23 18,835 15,926   32,076     32,076 490 610 54%
Winthrop University Rock Hill SC NCAA I  -  28 12,560 13,814   13,812     26,738 470 580 71%
Lincoln Memorial University Harrogate TN NCAA II 33 23 5,718 7,454   19,440     19,440 500 540 74%
Rhodes College Memphis TN NCAA III 32 27           -             -     41,262     41,262 600 690 60%
Sewanee-The University of the South Sewanee TN NCAA III 34 26           -             -     36,828     36,828 65%
Tennessee Wesleyan College Athens TN NAIA 16 16 15,844 10,875   21,500     21,500 430 510 67%
Tusculum College Greeneville TN NCAA II 33 17 5,666 9,455   22,670     22,670 430 520 72%
Vanderbilt University Nashville TN NCAA I  -  30 45,593 34,443   42,768     42,768 720 800 13%
Southwestern University Georgetown TX NCAA III 23 21           -             -     36,120     36,120 530 630 49%
University of Dallas Irving TX NCAA III 20 17           -             -     32,080     32,080 530 640 85%
Westminster College Salt Lake City UT NCAA II 34 19 4,276 5,327   29,856     29,856 500 620 96%
Bridgewater College Bridgewater VA NCAA III 45 19           -             -     29,750     29,750 480 570 48%
Christopher Newport University Newport News VA NCAA III 48 25           -             -        6,928     16,860 530 620 56%
College of William and Mary Williamsburg VA NCAA I  -  34 14,231 14,970   12,428     34,132 630 740 33%
Ferrum College Ferrum VA NCAA III 31 20           -             -     29,680     29,680 380 480 73%
George Mason University Fairfax VA NCAA I  -  31 9,070 11,887      7,562     27,140 530 630 67%
Hampden-Sydney College Hampden-Sydney VA NCAA III 64  -            -             -     38,018     38,018 500 610 47%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Hampton University Hampton VA NCAA I 20  -  15,476 22,953   19,548     19,548 450 550 29%
Hollins University Roanoke VA NCAA III  -  12           -             -     33,660     33,660 460 570 56%
James Madison University Harrisonburg VA NCAA I  -  30 16,824 15,007      5,406     19,710 530 620 66%
Liberty University Lynchburg VA NCAA I  -  34 16,994 16,254   20,300     20,300 450 570 22%
Longwood University Farmville VA NCAA I  -  21 12,460 11,847      6,930     20,700 460 540 73%
Lynchburg College Lynchburg VA NCAA III 50 28           -             -     33,600     33,600 440 540 67%
Marymount University Arlington VA NCAA III 41 20           -             -     27,100     27,100 450 550 84%
Northern Virginia Community College Annandale VA NJCAA  20  -            -             -        3,592        7,894
Old Dominion University Norfolk VA NCAA I  -  29 18,143 14,354      5,795     21,470 460 560 82%
Radford University Radford VA NCAA I  -  18 11,809 13,143      6,386     18,626 440 530 79%
Randolph College Lynchburg VA NCAA III 24 15           -             -     33,500     33,500 470 600 81%
Randolph-Macon College Ashland VA NCAA III 31 23           -             -     35,360     35,360 490 590 60%
Roanoke College Salem VA NCAA III 43 31           -             -     36,688     36,688 490 600 69%
Shenandoah University Winchester VA NCAA III 21 22           -             -     28,998     28,998 440 560 83%
Southern Virginia University Buena Vista VA NCAA III 32 20           -             -     14,600     14,600 450 583 47%
Sweet Briar College Sweet Briar  VA NCAA III  -  17           -             -     34,460     34,460 440 560 94%
University of Mary Washington Fredericksburg VA NCAA III 38 30           -             -        5,190     18,476 500 590 77%
University of Richmond Richmond VA NCAA I 42 28 25,911 25,178   46,680     46,680 620 720 32%
University of Virginia Charlottesville VA NCAA I 41 29 18,924 19,567   10,484     38,988 630 740 29%
University of Virginia College at Wise Wise VA NCAA II  -  13 6,107 7,444      4,862     19,864 420 520 69%
Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond VA NCAA I  -  29 12,892 16,845   10,223     27,672 500 600 75%
Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA NCAA I 42  -  10,363 8,368      7,498     29,554 540 620 44%
Virginia Tech University Blacksburg VA NCAA I  -  33 17,616 20,966   10,088     25,515 570 680 73%
Virginia Wesleyan College Norfolk VA NCAA III 38 16           -             -     32,636     32,636 430 550 89%
Washington and Lee University Lexington VA NCAA III 47 24           -             -     44,660     44,660 660 730 19%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Lacrosse Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Castleton State College Castleton VT NCAA III 35 21           -             -        9,768     24,432 440 540 92%
Green Mountain College Poultney VT NCAA III 14 13           -             -     32,594     32,594 68%
Johnson State College Johnson VT NCAA III 19 20           -             -        9,600     21,600 400 520 95%
Lyndon State College Lyndonville VT NCAA III 18  -            -             -        9,696     20,760 410 530 99%
Middlebury College Middlebury VT NCAA III 46 50           -             -     45,637     45,637 630 740 17%
Norwich University Northfield VT NCAA III 41 21           -             -     32,812     32,812 470 580 66%
Saint Michael's College Colchester VT NCAA II 35 24 2,709 2,261   39,050     39,050 80%
Southern Vermont College Bennington VT NCAA III  -  14           -             -     22,370     22,370 380 470 94%
University of Vermont Burlington VT NCAA I 39 27 15,093 16,178   14,184     35,832 540 650 73%
University of Puget Sound Tacoma WA NCAA III  -  23           -             -     43,200     43,200 550 650 79%
Whitman College Walla Walla WA NCAA III  -  27           -             -     44,440     44,440 600 710 41%
Beloit College Beloit WI NCAA III 39 15           -             -     42,220     42,220 69%
Carroll University Waukesha WI NCAA III 14 23           -             -     27,850     27,850 440 643 81%
Carthage College Kenosha WI NCAA III 36 20           -             -     36,570     36,570 490 600 72%
Concordia University-Wisconsin Mequon WI NCAA III 53 21           -             -     25,930     25,930 463 580 75%
Marquette University Milwaukee WI NCAA I 49 39 15,865 21,211   35,480     35,480 560 650 67%
Milwaukee School of Engineering Milwaukee WI NCAA III 30  -            -             -     33,870     33,870 580 680 69%
Alderson Broaddus University Philippi WV NCAA II 38 24 3,308 4,863   22,530     22,530 440 530 43%
Bethany College Bethany WV NCAA III 24  -            -             -     24,836     24,836 390 490 62%
Davis & Elkins College Elkins WV NCAA II 19 16 6,146 5,745   27,000     27,000 430 550 58%
Ohio Valley University Vienna WV NCAA II 25  -  7,762 9,772   17,510     17,510 385 525 32%
Potomac State College  Keyser WV NJCAA  19 13 1,053 1,103      3,480        9,456
Shepherd University Shepherdstown WV NCAA II  -  25 3,733 4,243      4,660     13,766 440 540 98%
University of Charleston Charleston WV NCAA II  -  15 7,334 7,725   23,000     23,000 450 550 61%
West Virginia Wesleyan College Buckhannon WV NCAA II  -  29 4,911 4,752   26,680     26,680 430 533 78%
Wheeling Jesuit University Wheeling WV NCAA II 55 23 8,222 10,218   27,000     27,000 460 560 63%
                         

 
(1) Varsity Rosters may i
nclude junior varsity, redshirt, reserve and/or practice squad players and do not reflect club or intramural team participants.

(2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average amount of athletically related student aid per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.


(3)  SAT Math Average:  For each school this represents the range where the middle half of the admitted students scored, so 1/4 scored below the lower end (25th percentile) and 1/4 scored above the upper end (75th percentile).
 
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