In less than 24 hours, we’ll begin to know who will be playing for the 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse championship on Monday as the final four teams will begin to battle it out on Saturday for the right to play for the trophy.
And when they take the field, they’ll be wearing these patches on their uniforms that were unveiled by the NCAA on Friday.
— The Emblem Source (@TheEmblemSource) May 23, 2014
The final four teams that are left that will have the honor of donning these patches on their uniforms are Denver, Notre Dame, Maryland and, of course, the top-seeded Duke Blue Devils.
Three of these teams won their quarterfinal games rather easily last weekend, while Notre Dame needed an overtime goal from Matt Kavanagh to get past the Cinderella Albany team to advance.
Of the four teams left, though, three will be gunning to knock off the Blue Devils who have been nothing short of dominant thus far in their pursuit of another Lacrosse national championship, and Denver will get the first crack at that.
Be sure to stick with FanSided throughout the weekend and the championship game on Monday as we keep you updated on all the happenings from this year’s NCAA Lacrosse Championships.