2022 Schedule Preview: Merrimack Warriors

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The Merrimack Warriors are the 35th DI team and fifth from the NEC to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Warriors are coming off a 2022 campaign in which they went 5-5 (4-4 NEC) against a conference-heavy schedule. 2022 will mark the Warriors’ third season as a DI.

Warriors’ 2022 Schedule:

2/12Boston U.Merrimack
2/26Holy CrossMerrimack
3/5MerrimackUMass Lowell
4/2MerrimackMount St. Mary’sNEC
4/9Sacred HeartMerrimackNEC
4/30MerrimackSaint Joseph’sNEC

New Opponents

Dartmouth, Holy Cross, Hofstra

Team’s Dropped


Key Games

2/12 @ Boston U.: The Warriors opened their season up against the Terriers last season in what was the first ever meeting between the two in-state foes. Boston U. won last year’s meeting 15-12 in a contest where things were all knotted up at 12 before a late three-goal, game-winning run from the Terries. This matchup could very well become a intriguing yearly in-state battle between these two.

3/19 @ Bryant: Merrimack played eventual NEC champion Bryant twice last season. In their first meeting, Bryant crushed the Warriors, 20-8, and the second time around Merrimack kept things a lot closer, falling 11-10 in a game in which they kept things within a goal practically all game. A win over Bryant would be huge for this program.

3/26 @ LIU: Both Merrimack and LIU moved up from DII to DI and into the NEC prior to the 2020 season, which will forever make these two programs linked in some way. Merrimack won their meeting last season, 14-10, in a game in which Christian Thomas went off for six goals. With the storylines behind these two coming into the season, this should be another exciting battle.

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