2012 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament: A Look Ahead At The Final Four

After an exciting weekend of play, the 2012 Final Four in Men's Lacrosse is now set.

The field will feature number one seed Loyola (Md.), number three seed Duke, number four seed Notre Dame and unseeded Maryland. The matches will be played next Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Ma.

The Loyola Greyhounds, after routing Canisius in the first round, played a tough match against the Denver Pioneers on Saturday to advance while the Maryland Terrapins have had a much tougher road having to go through number seven seeded Lehigh and then number two seeded Johns Hopkins.

The Final Four matchups will pit Loyola against Notre Dame and Duke against Maryland.

Maryland and Duke have already played each other twice this year with the Terrapins winning the first match and the Blue Devils taking the second.

Loyola has lost just one match all year and will look to continue their dominance all the way to the championship.

For more on college lacrosse head over to College Crosse.

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