WCLA Championship Results & Records

The US Lacrosse Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) National Championship began in 2001. The tournament now features a 16-team Division I field and an 12-team Division II field that plays on four consecutive days during the second week in May for the WCLA National Championship. Listed below is the WCLA's Division I and Division II National Championship tournament results and records.

Division I Results

Year Champion Runner-up Score Location
2001 Cal Poly Navy 13-6 St. Louis
2002 Cal Poly Air Force 10-5 St. Louis
2003 Cal Poly UCLA 11-9 St. Louis
2004 Cal Poly Santa Clara 15-4 St. Louis
2005 Cal Poly Colorado State 14-3 Minneapolis
2006 Cal Poly Michigan 12-7 Dallas
2007 Cal Poly Navy 16-9 Denver
2008 Colorado State Cal Poly  8-5 (ot) Denver
2009 Virginia Tech Colorado 17-9 Scottsdale
2010 Colorado State Cal Poly  6-4 Scottsdale
2011 Colorado State UCLA 11-9 Scottsdale
2012 UC Davis Colorado State  9-7 Colorado Springs
2013 Colorado State UC Santa Barbara 14-4 Colorado Springs
2014 Pittsburgh Boston College 12-11 Virginia Beach
2015 Michigan Virginia Tech 11-8 Virginia Beach
2016 Georgia Minnesota  8-7 Winston-Salem
2017 Delaware Pittsburgh 13-11 Salt Lake City
2018 Michigan BYU 11-7 Round Rock, Texas

WCLA Division I Individual Records

(Winners bracket games only except 2001 which includes opening round pool play results)

GOALS IN A GAME
11 - Maggie Burke (Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011)
10 - Tiffany Hill (Navy vs. Michigan State, 2001)
  9 - Janelle Jones (Cal Poly vs. Michigan State, 2007)
  8 - Hayley Bernstein (Colorado State vs. Oregon, 2012)
  8 - Brittany Jones (Cal Poly vs. Navy, 2007)
  8 - Megan Korce (Texas A&M vs. Oregon, 2004)
  8 - Erin Rawlick (Navy vs. Oregon, 2007)

ASSISTS IN A GAME
7 – Lindsay Alex (UC Santa Barbara vs. BYU, 2013)
6 - Maria Pestana (Santa Clara vs. Cal Poly, 2011)
6 - Maria Pestana (Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011)
6 - Lindsay Brown (Colorado State vs. Minn-Duluth, 2006)
5 - Gracie Binder (Santa Clara vs. Cal Poly, 2011)
5 - Maria Pestana (Santa Clara vs. Colorado, 2012)
5 - Allie Simpson (UCLA vs. Michigan, 2011)
5 - Tiffany Hill (Navy vs. Michigan State, 2001)
5 - Eve Tranchito (Ohio State vs. Delaware, 2014)
5 – Samantha Sherman (Colorado State vs. Minn., 2016)
5 - Jessica Berg (Colorado State vs. Cal Poly, 2017)

POINTS IN A GAME
15 - Tiffany Hill (Navy vs. Michigan State, 2001)
12 - Eve Tranchito (Ohio State vs. Delaware, 2014)
12 – Karly Slyne (Colorado State vs. Cal Poly, 2013)
12 - Erin Rawlick (Navy vs. Oregon, 2007)
11 - Maggie Burke (Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011)
10 - Maria Pestana (Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011)
10 - Janelle Jones (Cal Poly vs. Michigan State, 2007)
10 - Brigit Knaus (Pitt vs. Southern Cal, 2013)

SAVES IN A GAME
26 - Melissa Konal (Michigan State vs. Texas, 2002)
24 - Hana Nguyen (Oregon vs. Michigan, 2018)
21 - Lauren Masciantonio (Pittsburgh vs. Mich St, 2007)
20 - Rachel Turkiela (Michigan State vs. Florida, 2007)
18 - Lauren Orlando (Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011)
18 - Renee Eligio (Santa Clara vs. Colorado, 2008)
18 - Brooke Lewis (Colorado State vs. Colorado, 2008)
18 - Jenny Menth (Minn-Duluth vs. Colorado State, 2006)

WCLA Division I Team Records

GOALS IN A GAME
24 - Colorado State vs. Oregon, 2012
24 - Santa Clara vs. UConn, 2009
23 - Santa Clara vs. Boston College, 2011
23 - Navy vs. Michigan State, 2001
23 – Colorado State vs. Northeastern, 2013
23 – Colorado State vs. Cal Poly, 2013

GOALS IN A TOURNAMENT
76 – Colorado State, 2013 (4 games)
69 - Cal Poly, 2007 (4 games)
61 - Virginia Tech, 2009 (4 games)
60 - Colorado State, 2012 (4 games)
59 - Cal Poly, 2006 (4 games)

GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE
19.0 – Colorado State, 2013 (76 goals, 4 games)
18.0 - Santa Clara, 2011 (54 goals, 3 games)
17.3 - Cal Poly, 2007 (69 goals, 4 games)
16.3 - North Carolina, 2018 (49 goals, 3 games)
15.3 - Virginia Tech, 2009 (61 goals, 4 games)
15.0 - Colorado State, 2012 (60 goals, 4 games)

MOST TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
16 - Cal Poly (01-11, 13, 15-18)
16 - Michigan (02-09, 11-18)
13 - Colorado State (04-14, 16, 17)
13 - Santa Clara (04-06, 08-17)

MOST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS
7 - Cal Poly (01-02-03-04-05-06-07)
4 - Colorado State (08-10-11-13)
2 - Michigan (15, 18)
1 - UC Davis (12)
1 - Virginia Tech (09)
1 - Pittsburgh (14)
1 - Georgia (16)
1 - Delaware (17)

MOST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME APPEARANCES
9 - Cal Poly (01-08, 10)
6 - Colorado State (05, 08, 10-13)
3 - Michigan (06, 15, 18)
2 - UCLA (03, 11)
2 - Navy (01, 07)
2 - Virginia Tech (09, 15)
2 - Pittsburgh (14, 17)

Division II Results

Year Champion Runner-up Score Location
2010 Cal Berkeley Loyola (Md.) 14-9 Scottsdale
2011 Chapman Towson 9-8 Scottsdale
2012 North Carolina Towson 9-8 Colorado Springs
2013 James Madison Utah 19-11 Colorado Springs
2014 North Carolina James Madison 10-9 Virginia Beach
2015 Duke Utah 8-3 Virginia Beach
2016 Denver Utah 11-10 (ot) Winston-Salem
2017 Denver Loyola (Md.) 9-6 Salt Lake City
2018 Loyola (Md.) Denver 14-3 Round Rock, Texas

WCLA Division II Individual Records

(Winners bracket games only)

GOALS IN A GAME
12 - Lindsay Barrett (Oakland vs. CS San Marcos, 2015)
10 - Brianna Johnson (Oakland vs. Westminster, 2012)
 9 - Allison Rose (Loyola vs. St. Thomas, 2015)
 8 - Lindsay Barrett (Oakland vs. Air Force, 2015)
 8 - Lindsay Barrett (Oakland vs. Utah State, 2016)

ASSISTS IN A GAME
6 - Nicky Cox (Oakland vs. Air Force, 2015)
5 - Kelly O'Krepkie (Loyola vs. St. Ben, 2018)
5 - Haley Paulson (Utah vs. San Diego, 2014)
5 - Hannah Gutcher (Towson vs. Westminster, 2011)

POINTS IN A GAME
12 - Lindsay Barrett (Oakland vs. CS San Marcos, 2015)
11 - Kelly O'Krepkie (Loyola vs. St. Ben, 2018)
11 - Beth Ann Jancuska (Towson vs. Stanford, 2012)
10 - Brianna Johnson (Oakland vs. Westminster, 2012)

SAVES IN A GAME
21 - Jammie Dumolt (Denver vs. Loyola, 2014)
19 - Jammie Dumolt (Denver vs. Loyola, 2015)
17 - Crosby Shaver (Air Force vs. CS San Marcos, 2015)
17 - Cara Kaufer (St. Thomas vs. Denver, 2017)
16 - Lauren Pattah (Oakland vs. North Carolina, 2014)
16 - Molly Burnett (Loyola vs. James Madison, 2013)
16 - Cathryn Bonitz (Utah vs. Rhode Island, 2012)

WCLA Division II Team Records

GOALS IN A GAME
25 - Utah vs. San Diego, 2014
24 - Towson vs. Stanford, 2012
24 - Westminster vs. Oakland, 2012
23 - Utah vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 2013
23 - James Madison vs. St. Benedict, 2014

GOALS IN A TOURNAMENT
73 - James Madison, 2014 (4 games)
68 - Loyola, 2018 (4 games)
62 - Denver, 2017 (4 games)
60 – Duke, 2015 (4 games)
55 - Loyola, 2017 (4 games)
54 - North Carolina, 2014 (4 games)

MOST TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
8 - Oakland (10-16, 18)
7 - Loyola (10, 13-18)
7 - Utah (11-17)

MOST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 - North Carolina (12, 14)
2 – Denver (16, 17)
1 – James Madison (13)
1 – Chapman (11)
1 – Cal Berkeley (10)
1 – Duke (15)
1 – Loyola (18)

MOST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME APPEARANCES
3 - Denver (16, 17, 18)
3 - Loyola (10, 17, 18)
3 - Utah (13, 15, 16)
2 - North Carolina (12, 14)
2 - James Madison (13, 14)
2 - Towson (11, 12)
 

 

 

Michigan became the first undefeated champion in five years by beating BYU, 11-7, in the 2018 final.

 

Seventh-seeded Delaware upset No. 1 seed Pitt, 13-11, in the final game to win the 2017 championship.

 

Georgia captured its first WCLA Division I title in 2016 with an 8-7 win over Minnesota in the championship game.

 

Michigan defeated Virginia Tech in the 2015 championship to claim its first WCLA crown.

 

Colorado State set a tournament scoring record in 2013, tallying 76 goals in four games while securing its fourth WCLA championship.

 

Santa Clara's Maggie Burke set a single-game record with 11 goals in a victory over Boston College in 2011.

 

Lindsay Alex registered a single-game record of seven assists to lead UC Santa Barbara to a victory over BYU in 2013.

 

Cal Poly has won the WCLA Championship a tournament record seven times, and has made nine appearances in the final game.

 

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North Carolina is one of just two teams with multiple Division II championships. The Tar Heels finished on top in 2012 and 2014.

 

Denver won the Division II title in both 2016 and 2017, becoming the first back-to-back winner of the D-II championship.

 

Utah has made three appearances in the D-II final, more than any other school, but is still chasing it's first title.

 

James Madison set a D-II scoring record with 73 goals in four games during the 2014 tournament.

 

Oakland's Lindsay Barrett set a D-II record for goals in a game, with 12, in a victory over Cal State San Marcos in 2015.