CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia men’s lacrosse head coach Lars Tiffany announced the Cavaliers’ 2024 schedule on Monday (Nov. 20). The regular-season slate features 14 games, including eight home contests at Klöckner Stadium.
Virginia, which reached Championship Weekend for the 25th time in program history last season, will host Michigan (Feb. 10), Ohio State (Feb. 25), Johns Hopkins (March 2), Robert Morris (March 5), Albany (March 19), Drexel (March 23), North Carolina (April 6) and Notre Dame (April 27).
UVA’s road slate consists of Richmond (Feb. 17), Towson (March 9), Maryland (March 16), Harvard (March 30), Duke (April 13) and Syracuse (April 20).
Start times and broadcast selections will be announced at a later date as released by the Atlantic Coast Conference and its television partners. Additionally, existing dates are subject to change based on future broadcast designations.
“Another year and another schedule that will create many significant obstacles,” said Tiffany. “But these obstacles define the path we crave. We will go toe to toe with many of the nation’s elite programs, both here in Charlottesville at Klöckner Stadium and on the road. The exact details of each game are still in the process of being ironed out, but I can tell you that we are planning a One Love doubleheader game with our women’s lacrosse program on March 23, and our men’s lacrosse Alumni Weekend date is April 6 as we honor the 25th anniversary of the 1999 national championship team.”
This upcoming season, the ACC reinstated its four-team conference tournament, which will take place on May 3 and 5. Further details, including tournament location, will be announced at a later date. The last time the ACC Tournament took place was in 2019 at Klöckner Stadium, when UVA won the program’s 18th conference title.
The 2024 NCAA Division-I men’s lacrosse championship is comprised of eight first-round games (May 11-12) at campus sites. This year’s quarterfinals will take place at Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium (Hempstead, N.Y.) on May 18, and Towson’s Unitas Stadium (Towson, Md.) on May 19. Championship Weekend returns to Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) for the second consecutive year. The semifinals are set for May 25, while the finals will commence on May 27.
Tiffany is entering his eighth year as UVA head coach and 20th season of his head coaching career. Last season, Tiffany and the Cavaliers recorded their seventh consecutive winning campaign (13-4) after reaching the NCAA semifinals for the third time in the previous four chances.
This season, Virginia returns three USILA All-Americans in Connor Shellenberger, Payton Cormier and Cole Kastner. Shellenberger is one of two players in program history to earn first team All-America honors three times and is a two-time Tewaaraton Award finalist.
SEASON TICKET RENEWALS
Returning season ticket holders have until Nov. 30 to complete the renewal process for previous seat location/upgrade requests.
NEW SEASON TICKETS
General Admission season tickets are currently available for purchase.
Fans interested in reserved seating should purchase general admission and notify the ticket office of their upgrade request by calling 434-924-8821 or emailing email@example.com. Fans can also go online to UVATix.com for renewals and more information.
Current full-time University faculty and staff are eligible to receive a 20 percent discount on up to four season tickets. Please contact the ticket office at 434-924-8821 to order.
Season tickets are a guaranteed way to reserve seats to any potential home postseason games at Klöckner Stadium in 2024.
SINGLE GAME TICKETS
On sale dates and pricing for single game tickets are expected to be announced in January. For the most up-to-date information, visit UVAtix.com.