Women's Lacrosse falls short in NCAA national semifinals

For the first time in five seasons, the NCAA Division III championship in women's lacrosse will not involve a team from the Centennial Conference as both Gettysburg College and Franklin & Marshall College fell in the national semifinals hosted at Clark Field on Saturday, May 22. 

Gettysburg (18-4) was upended on its own turf as Salisbury University (20-1) punched its way into the title game with a 20-12 victory over the Bullets. Gettysburg has been to the national semifinals four times in the last five seasons. Since beginning play on Clark Field in 2005, Gettysburg has put up an impressive record of 49-8 at home, including a 5-2 record in the NCAA Tournament.  

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Posted: Sun, 23 May 2010




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