Lacrosse championships at Gillette Stadium this weekend!
Interested in seeing the best lacrosse in the country? Here's what to expect...
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Looking for a fun and exciting way to spend the Memorial Day weekend? How about watching the fastest game on two feet at Gillette Stadium? The NCAA men’s lacrosse champions will be crowned this weekend right in our own backyard. High-level, fast-paced excitement, and fun for the whole family!
Here’s some tips and information about the weekend:
- The games will be played at Gillette Stadium: 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough, Mass.
- Tickets can be purchased online for one day or the entire weekend session from the NCAA or Gillette Stadium websites. Tickets can also be purchased at Gillette Stadium. The box office is located across from the Patriots Pro Shop.
The box office will be open the following hours:
— Saturday: 8 a.m. until halftime of the second semifinal game;
— Sunday: 7 a.m. until halftime of the Division 3 championship game;
— Monday: 9 a.m. until halftime of the Division 1 championship game.
- The game schedule:
— Saturday: Division 1 semifinals: Albany (N.Y.) vs Yale, noon; Duke vs. Maryland, 2:30 p.m. (approx.)
— Sunday: Division 3 championship: Salisbury vs. Wesleyan (Conn.), 1 p.m.; Division 2 championship: Merrimack vs. Saint Leo, 4 p.m.
— Monday: Division 1 championship.
- Stadium gates will open Saturday at 10:30 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. on Sunday and Monday.
- Parking is free for all ticket holders
- Gillette Stadium will have a clear-bag policy in effect. Lacrosse balls are prohibited items in the stadium, but lacrosse sticks will be allowed in.
- Lacrosse Fan Fest will have lacrosse goods for sale, music, games, demos, raffles, meet and greets with teams adjacent to the stadium prior to game time. Saturday 9 a.m., Sunday at 10 a.m., and Monday at 9 a.m.
— May 24, 2018–
Declan Gallagher is a member of the Raider Times staff.