NCAA Division II Women's Lacrosse Championship

The annual NCAA Division II Women's Lacrosse Championship tournament has determined the top women's lacrosse team in the NCAA Division II since the 2001 season (2000–01 school year).[1]

NCAA Division II Women's Lacrosse Championship
SportWomen's college lacrosse
No. of teams12
CountryUnited States
Most recent
Adelphi (9)
TV partner(s)ESPNU

Adelphi is the most successful team, with nine national titles.


See Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Champions for the 1981 and 1982 Division II women's lacrosse champions.

NCAA Division II Women's Lacrosse Championship
Year Site
(Host Team)
Champion Score Runner-up
2001 Easton, MA
C.W. Post 13–9 West Chester
2002 West Chester, PA
(West Chester)
West Chester 11–6 Stonehill
2003 Easton, MA
Stonehill 9–8 Longwood
2004 Orlando, FL Adelphi 12–11 West Chester
2005 West Chester, PA
(West Chester)
Stonehill 13–10 West Chester
2006 Lisle, IL
Adelphi 16–8 West Chester
2007 Salem, VA C.W. Post 15–7 West Chester
2008 Houston, TX West Chester 13–12 C.W. Post
2009 Salem, VA Adelphi 16–4 Lock Haven
2010 Gettysburg, PA Adelphi 17–7 West Chester
2011 Garden City, NY
Adelphi 17–4 Limestone
2012 Louisville, KY
C.W. Post 17–16 West Chester
2013 Owings Mills, MD C.W. Post 10–7 Limestone
2014 Salem, VA Adelphi 7–5 Lock Haven
2015 Adelphi 5–4 Lock Haven
2016 Denver, CO
(Metro State)
Florida Southern 8-7 Adelphi
2017 Bloomsburg, PA
Adelphi 6-4 Florida Southern
2018 Tampa, FL
Le Moyne 16-11 Florida Southern
2019 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
Adelphi 11–5 West Chester

Championship Records

TeamChampionship RecordWinning years
Adelphi9–12004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2019
LIU Post[lower-alpha 1]4–12001, 2007, 2012, 2013
Stonehill2–12003, 2005
West Chester2–82002, 2008
Le Moyne1–02018
Florida Southern1−22016
Lock Haven0–3
Longwood[lower-alpha 2]0–1
  1. The LIU Post athletic program was merged with the Division I program of Long Island University's Brooklyn campus in July 2019. The new program, playing as the LIU Sharks, maintains Brooklyn's Division I membership.
  2. School is now a member of NCAA Division I.

See also


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