1995 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship

The 1995 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship was the 14th annual single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of Division I NCAA women's college lacrosse. The championship game was played at Lions Stadium in Trenton, New Jersey during May 1995. [1] All NCAA Division I women's lacrosse programs were eligible for this championship; a total of 6 teams were invited to participate.

1995 NCAA Division I Women's
Lacrosse Championship
DatesMay 1995
Finals siteLions Stadium
Trenton, NJ
ChampionsMaryland (3rd title)
Runner-upPrinceton (3rd title game)
Attendance9,247 finals
NCAA Division I Women's Championships
«1994 1996»

Maryland defeated Princeton, 13–5, to win their third national championship. This would subsequently be the first of Maryland's record seven straight national titles (1995–2001). Furthermore, Maryland's championship secured an undefeated season (17–0) for the team.

The leading scorer for the tournament, with 10 goals, was Cristi Samaras from Princeton. The Most Outstanding Player trophy was not awarded this year.


School Record
Dartmouth 12-2
James Madison 12-5
Maryland 15-0
Penn State 11-5
Princeton 12-2
Temple 11-3

Tournament bracket

  First Round     Semifinals     Finals
Lions Stadium
Trenton, NJ
        Maryland 12  
  Penn State 11     Penn State 7    
  James Madison 7         Maryland 13
      Princeton 5
        Dartmouth 8    
  Princeton 14     Princeton 13  
  Temple 8  

Tournament outstanding players

  • Sarah Devens, Dartmouth
  • Lauren Holleran, Dartmouth
  • Kelly Amonte, Maryland
  • Jamie Brodsky, Maryland
  • Liz Downing, Maryland
  • Randall Goldsborough, Maryland
  • Laura Harmon, Maryland
  • Cathy Nelson, Maryland
  • Tami Riley, Maryland
  • Jill Pearsall, Penn State
  • Amory Rowe, Princeton
  • Cristi Samaras, Princeton

See also


  1. "Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved March 12, 2015.
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