Team USA's Max Seibald looks to take a left-handed shot as Canada's Brodie Merrill lunges to block the attempt. At left is Canada's Jordan MacIntosh. (Scott McCall/US Lacrosse /July 20, 2014)
James Madison (9-5) @ No. 17 Towson (11-3)
Sunday, 1 p.m.
Outlook: The winner of this regular-season finale earns first place in the Colonial Athletic Association as well as the top seed and home-field advantage in the conference tournament. The Tigers and Dukes each enter today 5-0 in the conference and on a five-game winning streak. Each also has one of the nation's top scoring defenses, with Towson allowing just 8.4 goals per game — eighth-best in Division I — and James Madison 9.5 (18th). James Madison will be seeking its third straight CAA title after edging host Towson, 8-6, in the final last year.
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