2001 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship
The 2001 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship was the 20th annual single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of Division I NCAA women's college lacrosse. The championship game was played at Homewood Field in Baltimore, Maryland during May 2001. All NCAA Division I women's lacrosse programs were eligible for this championship. This year, the tournament field expanded from 12 to 16 teams, its current size.
|2001 NCAA Division I Women's|
|Finals site||Homewood Field|
|Champions||Maryland (9th title)|
|Runner-up||Georgetown (1st title game)|
|MOP||Courtney Martinez, Maryland|
Maryland defeated Georgetown, 14–13 after triple overtime, to win their ninth overall, and seventh consecutive, national championship. This was the last of Maryland's record seven straight national titles (1995–2001). With the win, the Terrapins also secured an undefeated season (23–0).
For the third consecutive year, the leading scorer for the tournament was Jen Adams from Maryland (26 goals). Courtney Martinez, also from Maryland, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
|10||William & Mary||CAA||At-large||09-6|
|10||William & Mary||7|
- Erin Elbe, Georgetown
- Caitlin McLean, Georgetown
- Sheehan Stanwick, Georgetown
- Suzanne Eyler, Loyola (MD)
- Stacey Moriang, Loyola (MD)
- Jen Adams, Maryland
- Quinn Carney, Maryland
- Kelly Coppedge, Maryland
- Courtney Martinez, Maryland (Most outstanding player)
- Tori Wellington, Maryland
- Rachel Becker, Princeton
- Jess Nelson, Princeton
- "Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved March 13, 2015.