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Once again, there’s no better place to get elite-level exposure than the NLF National Championships.
The three-day event brought out more than 250 college coaches, led by the entire coaching staff from newly-minted and undefeated Division I national champion Maryland. The Terps were one of 18 Division I schools to have their full staff in attendance, joining fellow Final Four teams Princeton and Rutgers, as well as host Lehigh, Notre Dame, Virginia, North Carolina, Syracuse, Army, Brown, Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Bucknell, Lafayette, Quinnipiac, St. John’s and UMass.
Thirty-two other Division I schools sent multiple coaches, including Duke, Yale, Harvard, Georgetown, Penn, Navy, Jacksonville, Richmond, Penn State, Ohio State, Delaware, Dartmouth, Loyola, Air Force, Albany, Bryant, Colgate, Hobart, Holy Cross, Marist, Marquette, Monmouth, NJIT, Providence, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart, Saint Joseph’s, Siena, Stony Brook, Towson, UMBC and Wagner.
Division II national champion Tampa made its way to Lehigh, headlining a group of 20 Division II schools. Two-time defending national champion RIT led a strong Division III contingent at the event that also included fellow Final Four teams Tufts and York.
CLICK HERE for the full list of coaches at the event.