For the second year in a row a Southwestern Lacrosse Conference team entered a National Championship game undefeated and came away one goal shy of the ultimate prize. Last year it happened to Arizona State in the Division 1 National Championship game. This year Concordia entered the Division II National Championship game with a 20-0 record but fell to the Dayton Flyers by a score of 12-11.
After building up a 6-3 halftime lead, the Eagles gave up seven third quarter goals to the Flyers, and that proved to be their downfall. A fourth quarter rally by the Eagles fell short and the Flyers went home to Dayton with their first National Championship.
For the full game recap and comments by Ryan Brent go to: Dayton Flies High with First D-II National Championship – News, Announcements & Press Releases | MCLA.us