College Lacrosse 2022-23 Conference Realignment Tracker

(Photo Courtesy of Stony Brook Athletics)

Conference realignment is a buzzword many have heard across the college sports landscape over the past year, and college lacrosse is no exception.

Here is a look at all the DI conference realignment moves that have been and are being made in this most recent wave.

2022-23

America East adds Bryant

ASUN adding Jacksonville, Mercer, and Lindenwood, who will be moving up from DII.

The Atlantic-10 is expected to add men’s lacrosse. Richmond, Saint Joseph’s, St. Bonaventure and UMass are full-time members of the conference. Fairfield, High Point, and Hobart are expected affiliate members.

CAA adds Hampton, Monmouth, and Stony Brook.

MAAC adds VMI. The Keydets were formerly members from 2003-13.

MAAC expected to add Mount St. Mary’s

ASUN announces the addition of Queens University Charlotte, who will be moving up from DII.

MAAC adds LIU, Sacred Heart, and Wagner

Conference Alignment in 2023

Here is how things are looking for 2023 at the moment.

ACC: Duke, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia 

America East: Binghamton, Bryant, NJIT, UAlbany, UMass Lowell, UMBC, Vermont

ASUN: Air Force, Bellarmine, Cleveland State, Detroit Mercy, Jacksonville, Lindenwood, Mercer, Queens University Charlotte, Robert Morris, Utah

Atlantic 10: Fairfield, High Point, Hobart, Richmond, Saint Joseph’s, St. Bonaventure, UMass

Big East: Denver, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Villanova 

Big Ten: Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers

CAA: Delaware, Drexel, Hampton, Hofstra, Monmouth, Stony Brook, Towson

Ivy League: Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Yale

MAAC: Canisius, LIU, Manhattan, Marist, Mount St. Mary’s, Quinnipiac, Sacred Heart, Siena, VMI, Wagner

Patriot League: Army, Boston U., Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola, Navy

SoCon: Cease lacrosse operations

Independent: Merrimack

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