UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - It was a busy NCAA selection Sunday for both Penn State lacrosse programs. Both the Nittany Lion men's and women's squads earned top eight seeds, making Penn State one of just three programs with both teams earning top eight seeding ahead of the men's and women's NCAA DI Lacrosse Championship.
Penn State's women's lacrosse team hosted its watch party at Primanti Brothers in downtown State College, gathering together to see the official bracket reveal flash across the big screen.
The Nittany Lions earned the No. 4 seed and a first-round bye, set to meet the winner of the James Madison (13-6) and Louisville (11-7) matchup. Penn State will host both rounds of NCAA Tournament, making their 23rd appearance in the annual postseason event.
Catch up with head coach Missy Doherty and senior Steph Lazo for an early look at reactions and expectations headed into NCAA Tournament time.