2012 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament, Notre Dame Vs. Virginia: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The defending national champion Virginia Cavaliers are one win away from once again making the Final Four of the Men's NCAA Lacrosse Championship Tournament. The fifth-seeded Cavaliers will take on the No. 4 seed Notre Dame Fighting Irish in a quarterfinal battle at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania on Sunday.

Quarterfinal weekend has traditionally seen excellence from the Virginia men's lacrosse program. The Cavaliers have not lost a quarterfinal game since 1998, and have made the Final Four in each of the past four seasons.

It was a bit of a struggle for UVA to make the quarters, though, as the Cavaliers had to squeak out a 6-5 win over the Princeton Tigers in one of the most low-scoring games in tournament history. Notre Dame advanced to the quarterfinals by virtue of a 13-7 win over Yale.

Here is what you need to know for Sunday's game:

Game Day and Time: Sunday, May 20, 2012, 12:00 p.m. ET

Location: PPL Park, Chester, Pennsylvania

Television Coverage: ESPNU, ESPN3

For more on college lacrosse head over to College Crosse. For more news and notes on University of Virginia athletics, be sure to visit Streaking the Lawn.

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