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Friday, May 6
4 p.m. #2 Princeton vs. #3 Cornell
7 p.m. #1 Penn vs. #4 Harvard

Sunday, May 8
11 a.m. Semifinal Winner #1 vs. Semifinal Winner #2

All Games Will Be Televised via American Sports Network and Streamed Online via the Ivy League Digital Network. Jason Knapp and Debra Taylor will have the call.

Ticket Prices (Purchase Here)

All Session Pass (Admission to Friday’s Semifinals and Sunday’s Championship)
Adults: $20.00
Children (14 and under): $10.00

Session I (Friday’s Semifinals)
Adults: $15.00
Children (14 and under): $10.00

Session II (Sunday’s Championship)
Adults: $10.00
Children (14 and under): $5.00
College Students Are Free for All Sessions With a Valid Student ID

PHILADELPHIA – The Ivy League Women’s Lacrosse Tournament returns to Philadelphia for the fifth time in its eight-year history as four teams battle for the Tournament title and an automatic bid to the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

Penn is the No. 1 seed and host after winning its ninth Ivy League championship in the last 10 years. Princeton, which shared the League’s best record in the regular season with Penn at 6-1 in Ivy games, is the No. 2 seed based on Penn’s 12-7 win in New Jersey on April 20. Cornell is the No. 3 seed after a 5-2 performance in Ivy games during the regular season, and Harvard is the fourth team in the field via a 4-3 Ancient Eight Record.

Ivy League Tournament History

#1 Penn – Seventh Appearance
Championships: 2010, 2013, 2014
Overall Record in ILT: 8-3

#2 Princeton – Sixth Appearance
Championships: 2011, 2015
Overall Record: 5-3

#3 Cornell – Sixth Appearance
Championships: None
Overall Record: 0-5

#4 Harvard – Fifth Appearance
Championships – None
Overall Record: 1-4

Princeton is the defending champion after a 14-11 win over the Quakers at Princeton last year. Those two teams have met in each of the last two ILT Championship Games, each side earning one win.

The Quakers are the only Ivy program to appear in every Ivy League Tournament, and have appeared in a Tournament-best five Championship Games.