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Women's College Lacrosse Women's College Lacrosse, first played in the United States in the early 1900s, has grown to become an incredibly popular sport since then. It is governed by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the sanctioning body of college lacrosse and currently offers Division I (DI), Division II (DII), and Division III (DIII) levels of competitive lacrosse for women. The D1 Women's college lacrosse season runs in the spring and most teams compete in regional conferences, such as the American Lacrosse Conference (ALC), Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Big East, Ivy League, and Patriot League. Popular D1 teams include the University of North Carolina Tar Heels, the University of Maryland Terrapins, Penn State Nittany Lions, and the Northwestern University Wildcats. Popular player launches include Taylor Cummings, Cali Castagnola, and Darcy Cummings. The D1 season culminates with the Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship, which consists of 16 NCAA teams competing for the title of National Champion. Teams that qualify for the tournament compete in single-elimination play, leading to the National Championship game. The tournament’s history dates back to 1982 with the first championship being held at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. Since then, the tournament has expanded to include more teams and games. The DII and DIII May season consists of a regular season and NCAA tournament. The tournament consists of first, second, and third rounds, which then culminate in the championship games. Popular DIII and DII Women’s College Lacrosse teams include Salisbury University Sea Gulls, Gettysburg College Bullets, and California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans. Women's College Lacrosse has a rich history of success and is constantly growing in popularity. With its mix of hard-hitting physicality, thrilling midfielder play, and speedy attack play, Women's College Lacrosse continues to be a great sport for fans to enjoy.
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