NCAA lacrosse championship date, times, TV schedule for 2022 men's, women's Final Four NCAA announces new Women's Lacrosse Final Four start times due to weather forecast For Boston College women’s lacrosse to repeat as champs, it must first get through Maryland in Final Four _------------------ 🔴LIVE🔴📺🥊👉 NCAA women's lacrosse Final Four Live 🔴GO LIVE🔴📺🥊👉 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship Final Four 2022 Live _------------------------- Update: Lightning halted the Northwestern vs. North Carolina women's lacrosse game in the first quarter. The NCAA announced Thursday that the game start times for the 2022 Women's Lacrosse Final Four have been shifted to earlier in the day on Friday, May 27. Who: Boston College Eagles (18-3) vs. Maryland Terrapins (19-1) What: The 2022 NCAA semifinals When: Friday, May 27 at 3 PM Where: Baltimore, MD (hosted by Johns Hopkins) How to Watch: The game will air on ESPNU. Watch online here. Live Stats: Live stats will be available here. How to Follow: Follow @bcwlax and @bcinterruption on Twitter for scoring updates Tickets: If you’re nearby and want to attend the game, tickets can be purchased online here. Game times were moved "due to anticipated inclement weather," according to a tweet from the NCAA. The No. 1 seed North Carolina and No. 4 seed Northwestern women's lacrosse teams are now scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. ET/11:30 a.m. CT and air on ESPNEWS. The game between No. 2 seed Maryland and No. 3-seeded Boston College is now scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET with the broadcast on ESPNU. Maryland has the unique opportunity to sweep the NCAA men's and women's lacrosse national championships this weekend. On the men's side, No. 1 Maryland (16-0) faces No. 5 Princeton (11-4) in the national semifinal on Saturday. The Terps advanced with an 18-9 victory against Virginia in a rematch of last year's national championship game. The Tigers are trying to win their first national championship since 2001. No. 6 Rutgers (14-3) faces No. 6 Cornell (13-4) in the other semifinal. Both games will be played at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Conn., on Saturday. The games will be televised on ESPN2. On the women's side, the top four seeds advanced to the Final Four. No. 1 North Carolina (20-0) faces No. 4 Northwestern (16-4). No. 2 Maryland (19-1) faces No. 3 Boston College (18-3), the defending national champion, in the other semifinal. The semifinals will be played Friday at Homewood Field in Baltimore. The games also will be televised on ESPNU. The Boston College women’s lacrosse team’s NCAA semifinal opponent is no surprise. The third-seeded Eagles will face No. 2 Maryland Friday afternoon at Homewood Field in Baltimore with a national title game berth on the line. The Terrapins, one of the game’s most successful programs, are a familiar postseason foe for BC. Not only did the teams meet in a semifinal in 2018, they faced off for the 2017 and ‘19 national championships. But this year’s matchup has a new wrinkle: It is the first time the teams have met since BC (18-3) broke a four-year run of title game losses and won the national championship last year. “We prepare ourselves to have run-ins with Maryland along the way in the postseason,” said Eagles coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein, a 2005 Maryland graduate. “They’re always at the top and they’re always one of the best.” While Maryland (19-1) comes in as the higher seed, the Eagles’ potency is not to be taken lightly. Last year’s Tewaaraton Award winner, Charlotte North, has cemented herself as one of the best college players of all time, with a record-setting 348 goals. Eighty-two have come this season, including seven in BC’s postseason games against Denver and Loyola Maryland. But North isn’t the Eagles’ only threat. Sophomore Belle Smith, last year’s Atlantic Coast Conference Rookie of the Year, has 53 goals this season, with a career-high seven in the 20-13 quarterfinal win on May 19. When defenses are focused on North and Smith, there is also last year’s postseason hero, Jen Medjid. The senior’s 69 goals and 26 assists rank second in BC scoring. In last year’s NCAA semifinal against North Carolina, Medjid scored four goals. She is also playing some of her best lacrosse of the season at the right time. “The biggest task for her is just to continue to quarterback the offense,” said Walker-Weinstein. “She can see it really well. She, Charlotte, and Belle do a really good job of dissecting the defense. We’re just going to need a ton of that leadership heading into our Maryland game.” Since the original writing of this article, the game times have flipped and BC/Maryland will now begin at 3 PM Another year, another Final Four for the Boston College women’s lacrosse team! Tomorrow, the #3 Eagles face off against #2 Maryland in the semifinals. The Eagles are looking to repeat as NCAA champions after defeating Syracuse 16-10 in last year’s final. This is BC’s 5th straight Final Four. The winner of BC vs. Maryland will face the winner of #1 UNC vs #4 Northwestern.