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May 17, 2016
 
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Panthers Women’s Lacrosse is Back in the NCAA DII Final Four

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by Jessica Winans '19

The top-seeded Panther’s women’s lacrosse team is back in contention for the NCAA Division II national championship. In a fast-paced DII quarterfinals match played on Adelphi’s Motamed Field on Saturday, May 14, the Panthers won against Dowling College 15-3. The team will play in a semifinal match against LeMoyne College on Thursday, May 19, at the DII National Championships Festival hosted by Metro State University-Denver.

Since 2004, the Panthers have won seven Division II championships, including back-to-back crowns in 2014 and 2015.  

Newsday covered the quarterfinal win on Saturday, May 14.

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Women's Lax 2016 DII Quarterfinals

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