Le Moyne Tops Final Nike/USA Lacrosse Division II Men's Top 20


In a Division II men’s lacrosse season that featured plenty of parity — albeit with teams playing conference-only schedules — the NCAA championship went to a team familiar on Memorial Day Weekend.

Le Moyne, the No. 2 team in the Nike / USA Lacrosse Division II Men’s Top 20 through most of the season, topped Mercyhurst and then Lenoir-Rhyne en route to its sixth Division II national championship.

The Dolphins’ defense shut down the top two offenses in Division II and rightfully stand atop the final update to the Top 20.

The top 10 teams in the final rankings each made the NCAA tournament, which shrunk by two teams for 2021.

Nike/US Lacrosse Rankings
Division I Men | Division I Women
Division II Men | Division II Women
Division III Men | Division III Women
Final 2021




1 Le Moyne 15-0 2 Season complete
2 Lenoir-Rhyne 15-2 5 Season complete
3 Mercyhurst 12-2 4 Season complete
4 Tampa 10-1 1 Season complete
5 Wingate 12-3 7 Season complete
6 Mercy 9-1 3 Season complete
7 Saint Anselm 13-2 8 Season complete
8 Indianapolis 10-3 11 Season complete
9 Seton Hill 11-3 6 Season complete
10 Mount Olive 11-3 9 Season complete
11 Belmont Abbey 10-4 12 Season complete
12 Adelphi 7-3 10 Season complete
13 Lynn 6-2 14 Season complete
14 Lindenwood 10-3 13 Season complete
15 Limestone 10-4 15 Season complete
16 Frostburg 6-2 16 Season complete
17 Colorado Mesa 9-2 17 Season complete
18 Rockhurst 8-5 18 Season complete
19 Rollins 7-3 29 Season complete
20 Queens (N.C.) 7-4 20 Season complete
Also considered: Bentley, Chestnut Hill, Florida Tech, Maryville, Newberry,  Pace Saint Leo

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