1985 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship
The 1985 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament was the 15th annual Division I NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship tournament. Twelve NCAA Division I college men's lacrosse teams met after having played their way through a regular season, and for some, a conference tournament.
|1985 NCAA Division I Men's|
|Finals site||Brown University|
|Champions||Johns Hopkins (6th title)|
The championship game was hosted by Brown University, and was played in front of 14,455 fans.
Larry Quinn was again named Tournament Outstanding Player, as Quinn and the Hopkins' defense gave up only 21 goals over their three game tournament.
This finals was notable for being Hopkin's ninth straight appearance in the title game. The Bluejays had five victories with four defeats in title games during this nine-year period. Hopkins would return to the NCAA finals in 1987.
- (i) one overtime
Tournament First Round
Tournament outstanding playersEdit
- Larry Quinn, Johns Hopkins (Named Tournament's Most Outstanding Player)
|Craig Bubier, Johns Hopkins||3||8||4||12|
|Brian Wood, Johns Hopkins||3||7||5||12|
|Tim Nelson, Syracuse||3||4||7||11|
|Mac Ford, North Carolina||2||8||2||10|
|Brad Kotz, Syracuse||3||5||5||10|
|Del Dressel, Johns Hopkins||3||7||2||9|
|Roddy Marino, Virginia||2||6||2||8|
|John Krumenacker, Johns Hopkins||3||5||3||8|
|Rhett Cavanaugh, Syracuse||3||4||3||7|
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