CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia men’s lacrosse head coach Lars Tiffany announced the team’s 2023 schedule on Tuesday (Jan. 10). The regular-season slate features 14 games, including eight home contests at Klöckner Stadium.

Season tickets are available for purchase through Jan. 29. Single-game tickets will go on sale beginning Jan. 18. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

The top-ranked Cavaliers will host Michigan (Feb. 11), Harvard (Feb. 18), Richmond (March 4), Towson (March 11), reigning national-champion Maryland (March 18) and ACC foes Duke (March 31), Syracuse (April 22) and Notre Dame (April 30).

Virginia takes on Ohio State in a neutral-site contest at the Paradise Coast Sports Complex in Naples, Florida on Feb. 25.

UVA’s true road slate consists of Johns Hopkins (March 7), Notre Dame (March 25), North Carolina (April 7), Duke (April 15) and Lafayette (April 25).

“The Virginia fanbase will not see a familiar slate of opponents to open the 2023 season,” said Tiffany. “With the addition of two Big Ten opponents and an Ivy, we have boosted what is already a challenging schedule. Our men know what a formidable gauntlet we have created here, and this is raising the level of intensity of our preseason training: we don’t have a choice with this slate.”

The 2023 NCAA Division-I Men’s Lacrosse Championship is comprised of eight first-round games (May 13-14) at campus sites. This year’s quarterfinals will be held at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium in Albany, New York (May 20) and Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland (May 21). For the first time since Tiffany and the Cavaliers won the program’s sixth national title in 2019, Championship Weekend returns to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The semifinals are set for May 27, while the finals will commence on May 29.

Broadcast selections will be announced at a later date as released by the Atlantic Coast Conference and its television partners. Start times and dates are subject to change based on broadcast selections.

Virginia, which is ranked No. 1 in the USA Lacrosse/Nike preseason poll, returns seven 2022 USILA All-Americans, including Tewaaraton Award finalist Connor Shellenberger. Additionally, the Cavaliers’ incoming recruiting class was ranked best in the nation, according to Inside Lacrosse.


  • The Cavaliers enter the 2023 season on an eight-game home win streak, dating back to the 2021 season.
  • Virginia and Michigan will square off for the first time in series history … Lars Tiffany is 2-0 all-time as head coach against the Wolverines, having defeated U-M in 2015 and 2016 while at Brown University.
  • For the first time in school history, UVA will compete in the state of Florida when it takes on Ohio State at the Paradise Coast Sports Complex in Naples, Fla.
  • The Cavaliers return to Homewood Field for the first time since 2019 to face Johns Hopkins in a clash for the Doyle Smith Cup.
  • Virginia’s 2023 slate features four 2022 NCAA Tournament teams, including Harvard, Ohio State, Richmond and Maryland.

2023 Men’s Lacrosse Season Ticket Renewals
Current UVA men’s lacrosse season ticket members can renew their existing seats until Jan. 29. Seats can be renewed online at or by calling the Virginia Athletics Ticket office at 434-924-8821. Season ticket members may add on or relocate their seats by contacting the ticket office.

2023 Men’s Lacrosse New Season Tickets
Fans who do not currently possess season tickets may purchase general admission seating for $35 each. UVA Faculty & staff receive a discount of 20% on up to four (4) seats. Reserved seats may become available in February.

2023 Men’s Lacrosse Single Game Tickets
UVA men’s lacrosse single game tickets will go on sale via beginning Jan. 18 at 9 a.m. General admission tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the box office. Reserved seats are $12 in advance and $15 at the box office.

Note: Single game tickets for UVA’s home contest against Maryland (March 18) will first be made available exclusively to season ticket members and Virginia Athletics Foundation donors. Maryland single game tickets will go on sale to the public beginning March 1 (subject to availability). Ticket prices are $10 for general admission and $15 for reserved seating.

Discounted general admission group tickets will be available for most games beginning Jan. 18. Tickets are $6 each for groups of 20 or more. Group tickets must be purchased in advance by calling the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office.

New for 2023 – UVA Men’s Lacrosse Mini Plan
Fans can pick four of the eight home games and save compared to single game ticket prices. Fans can pick two from Michigan (Feb. 11), Harvard (Feb. 18), Richmond (March 4), and Towson (March 11), and pick two between Maryland (March 18), Duke (March 31), Syracuse (April 22), and Notre Dame (April 30). Mini plans go on sale Jan. 18 at 9 a.m. and start at $24.

All game dates and times are subject to change.