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Baltimore Aims To Become Regular Host For NCAA Lacrosse Championships
Published May 21, 2013
RUNNING THE NUMBERS: INSIDELACROSSE.com's Casey Vock wrote Lucas Oil Stadium drawing a crowd of 7,749 for the men's Division I quarterfinals this past weekend is "a win for lacrosse and its fans." The NCAA "did a fine job hosting the events, and the games were awesome." Meanwhile, INSIDELACROSSE.com's John Jiloty noted the "third-smallest crowd for an NCAA Quarterfinal came Saturday in College Park." Despite a "cold, rainy day this is playoff lacrosse in the sport's epicenter." A crowd of "more than 4,000 should have come out to Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium on Saturday." Why the quarterfinals "compete with Preakness is a good question" (INSIDELACROSSE.com, 5/20).