Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates

The Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) is a national organization of over 200 non-NCAA, women's college lacrosse programs organized and run by US Lacrosse, the national governing body. The mission of the WCLA is to promote the growth of women’s lacrosse nationwide. Specifically, WCLA strives to provide an infrastructure in which collegiate clubs will compete and eventually crown a National Champion. Until January 2011, the WCLA was known as US Lacrosse Women's Division Intercollegiate Associates (WDIA).

WCLA National Championship History

Division I

2019Pittsburgh15-11DelawareVirginia Beach, Virginia
2018Michigan11-7Brigham Young Round Rock, Texas
2017Delaware13-11PittsburghSalt Lake City, Utah
2016Georgia8–7MinnesotaWinston-Salem, North Carolina
2015Michigan11–8Virginia TechVirginia Beach, Virginia
2014Pittsburgh12–11Boston CollegeVirginia Beach, Virginia
2013Colorado State14–4UCSBColorado Springs, Colorado
2012 UC Davis9–7Colorado StateColorado Springs, Colorado
2011Colorado State11–9UCLAScottsdale, Arizona
2010Colorado State6–4Cal PolyScottsdale, Arizona
2009Virginia Tech17–9ColoradoScottsdale, Arizona
2008Colorado State8–5Cal PolyDenver, Colorado
2007Cal Poly16–9NavyDenver, Colorado
2006Cal Poly12–7MichiganPlano, Texas
2005Cal Poly14–3Colorado StateBlaine, Minnesota
2004Cal Poly15–4Santa ClaraSt. Louis, Missouri
2003Cal Poly11–9UCLASt. Louis, Missouri
2002Cal Poly10–5Air ForceSt. Louis, Missouri
2001Cal Poly13–6NavySt. Louis, Missouri
TeamChampionshipsWinning years
Cal Poly72001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Colorado State42008, 2010, 2011, 2013
Michigan22015, 2018
Pittsburgh22014, 2019
UC Davis12012
Virginia Tech12009

Division II

2019Loyola (Md.)13-6NavyVirginia Beach, Virginia
2018Loyola (Md.)14-3DenverRound Rock, Texas
2017Denver9-6Loyola (Md.)Salt Lake City, Utah
2016Denver11-10 (OT)UtahWinston-Salem, North Carolina
2015Duke8–3UtahVirginia Beach, Virginia
2014North Carolina10–9James MadisonVirginia Beach, Virginia
2013James Madison19-11UtahColorado Springs, Colorado
2012North Carolina9–8TowsonColorado Springs, Colorado
2011Chapman9–8TowsonScottsdale, Arizona
2010Cal Berkeley14–9Loyola (Md.)Scottsdale, Arizona
TeamChampionshipsWinning years
Denver22012, 2014
Loyola (Md.)22018, 2019
North Carolina22016, 2017
James Madison12013
Cal Berkeley12010


WCLA leagues

There are nine regional leagues that make up the WCLA. Seven have both Division I and Division II teams:

  • Mid Atlantic Women's Lacrosse League
  • New England Women's Lacrosse League
  • Northwest Women's Lacrosse League
  • Rocky Mountain Women's Lacrosse League
  • Women's Lacrosse League
  • Women's Collegiate Lacrosse League
  • Western Women's Lacrosse League

Two leagues offer only one division:

  • Southeastern Women's Lacrosse League - Division I only
  • National Central Women's Lacrosse League - Division II only[2]

See also


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