For the fourth consecutive year, there will be a new national champion in Division I men’s lacrosse.
No. 4 seed Duke guaranteed that by upending No. 1 seed and 2017 champion Maryland, 13-8, in the second of two NCAA tournament semifinals before an announced 30,616 at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Blue Devils (16-3) advanced to their sixth title game and fourth since 2010. They won the crown in 2010, 2013 and 2014. They will meet No. 3 seed Yale on Monday at 1 p.m. after the Bulldogs (16-3) walloped No. 2 seed Albany (16-3), 20-11, in the first semifinal.
The loss prevented the Terps (14-4) from making their fourth consecutive appearance in the...