The first college lacrosse game was in 1877 (not ncaa yet). The first NCAA sponsored lacrosse tournament was in 1971.
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship was created in 1971.
You play for a high school team, then you go to lacrosse camps. The camps usually have scouts there from NCAA teams. Or just go to a school with one and try out. Hope this helps. :)
The 2003 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Champion was Virgiana. They defeated Johns Hopkins 9-7.
Not likely, Boston College Lacrosse is a MCLA not NCAA like Hopkins
yes but not an NCAA one... its a club team in the MCLA (Mens Club Lacrosse Association)
In college lacrosse, Johns Hopkins has won 44 national championships -- 35 of these were earned prior to the first NCAA Division I tournament in 1971.
It is a very opinionated question. Although, in my opinion Syracuse is the best NCAA lacrosse team. But, has much competition with other Big East Schools.