2019 SCAC Women's Lacrosse Championship

Hosted by Colorado College

April 27-28, 2019

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs is a home rule municipality that is the largest city by area in Colorado as well as the county seat and the most populous municipality of El Paso County. At 6,035 feet, the city stands over 1 mile above sea level, though some areas of the city are significantly higher and lower. Colorado Springs is situated near the base of Pikes Peak, which rises 14,115 feet above sea level on the eastern edge of the Southern Rocky Mountains. The city is home to 24 national governing bodies of sport, including the United States Olympic Committee, the United States Olympic Training Center, and USA Hockey.

Stewart Field

The city of Colorado Springs donated the land for Stewart Field following the May 1935 Monument Creek flood that destroyed the area north of Washburn Field. P.B. Stewart, a mining, utilities and banking magnate in the city and former Yale baseball player, donated money to turn the grounds into a baseball diamond and football practice field. The field has served the needs of baseball, football, lacrosse and soccer at CC, and has undergone many changes en route to become the current home turf for men’s and women’s varsity soccer as well as the women’s lacrosse team.


Colorado College 15-1 overall

No. 1 Seed

Southwestern University 6-5 overall

No. 2 Seed

University of Dallas 3-9 overall

No. 3 Seed

Johnson & Wales University 2-12 overall

No. 4 Seed

Tournament Central

Date Home Score Away Score Time Links
Sat. 27 Colorado College 22 JWU (Denver) % 1 Final
  SCAC Women's Championship - Semifinals
  Southwestern (Tex.) 20 Dallas % 9 Final
  SCAC Women's Championship - Semifinals
Sun. 28 Colorado College 18 Southwestern (Tex.) % 1 Final
  SCAC Women's Championship - Championship Match
% Post season