No. 2 Lenoir-Rhyne (15-1) vs. No. 1 Le Moyne (14-0)
NCAA National Championship
Sunday, May 30, 2021 – 1 p.m. – East Hartford, Conn.
WATCH: https://www.ncaa.com/game/5836375

For the first time in team history, Lenoir-Rhyne has advanced to the National Championship game and will take on top-ranked Le Moyne. The Dolphins have been to 10 title games and have won five times heading into this weekend.

WHERE TO WATCH: The game will be streamed on NCAA.com at the link above. In Hickory, you can watch the game at Kickback Jack's as well as at Blowing Rock Draft House.

TICKETS: If you are still needing tickets to the game, you can purchase online at here

HOW THEY GOT HERE: Lenoir-Rhyne defeated rival Wingate 18-10 in the National Semifinal while Le Moyne got past Mercyhurst, 11-9.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Le Moyne's calling card is strong defense. The Bears look to push the tempo and score a lot of goals. Each team will try to establish its identity early.

LR TRIO: The three-headed monster of Eric DickinsonMyles Moffat and Toron Eccleston have combined for 148 goals on the season. Meanwhile, Le Moyne has scored 193 goals as a team in 14 games this season.

ALL-AMERICANS GALORE: Lenoir-Rhyne had five players named to the USILA All-American squad while Le Moyne boasts eight meaning a total of 13 All-Americans will suit up.

STRENGTH VS. STRENGTH: Le Moyne attackman Matt Hutchings was named the Lt Raymond J. Enners Outstanding Player of the Year while Dickinson earned the Lt. Col JI Turnbull Oustanding Attackman of the Year honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

X FACTOR: In postseason play, face-off specialist Zach Bodeau has been tremendous for LR. Bodeau has gone 66-of-100 in face-offs and has scooped up 37 ground balls in that four-game span. Le Moyne's face-off specialist Sam Kury is coming off an 0-for-6 performance against Mercyhurst on Sunday and has won just six of his last 22.