The 2019 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament bracket in printable formats

The 2019 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament bracket was revealed on Sunday, May 5 during the ESPNU selection show. Below you can find our printable tournament bracket, the approximate playoff schedule and the participating teams in this year’s exciting tournament.

2019 Lacrosse Tournament Bracket

The 2019 Men’s Lacrosse bracket features 17 teams in a single elimination tournament. There’s one play-in game before going into the first round and that first game will kick off the tournament on Wednesday, May 8 featuring UMBC and Marist. The winner of that game will move on to play the #1 seed in the First Round. Here’s what the bracket looks like after the teams were selected yesterday evening:

NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament Bracket 2019

Here’s the approximate schedule for this year’s Men’s Lacrosse tournament so you can be aware of when the games will be played and when the rounds occur.

Men's Lacrosse Tournament Schedule 2019
Day Date Event/Round
Sunday May 5 Selection Show
Wednesday May 8 Opening Round
Saturday May 11 First Round
Sunday May 12 First Round
Saturday May 18 Quarterfinals
Sunday May 19 Quarterfinals
Saturday May 25 Semifinals
Monday May 27 National Championship

The men’s NCAA lacrosse national championship game is scheduled for Monday, May 27 to be played in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Lincoln Financial Field.

Printable NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Bracket

In this year’s tournament, the number one seed is the Penn State Nittany Lions with an overall record of 14-1 while Duke (11-4) and Virginia (13-3) are the second and third seeds respectively. Penn State is going after their first ever Lacrosse championship title. Yale, last year’s Men’s Lacrosse champion, is seeded at the fifth seed in the 2019 tournament.

You can print out the 2019 NCAA Lacrosse tournament bracket here with all the seeds included in each round so you don’t have to do much thinking. Click for the PDF version, or you can simply view and download the PNG image version here. You can print images out, too. The above version of the bracket is the one-sided official layout that the NCAA has provided.

We prefer to have two-sided tournament brackets because it’s visually more appealing. Take a look at what that looks like below:

Or if you prefer to have a blank and printable single elimination 17-team bracket, we’ll have that option for you here in image format, an 17-team bracket in PDF, and soon we’ll provide it in Word Document if that’s your thing. All unseeded. This version is the two-sided version you see above.

 

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