NCAA Lacrosse Tournament 2013: Schedule, game times, TV coverage for Saturday

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

The final four teams left in the NCAA Lacrosse Tournament get to work on Saturday. Here's the schedule, and how you can watch.

The semifinals of the 2013 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament get underway on Saturday from Philadelphia. Cornell and seventh-seeded Duke get things started at 2:30 p.m. ET, and No. 4 seed Denver takes on top seed Syracuse in the second game, which is scheduled to start at 5 p.m. Both games will be shown live on ESPN2.

The Big Red punched their ticket to Philadelphia by beating Maryland, 16-8, and then pounding Ohio State, 16-6, in the quarterfinals on Saturday. Their opponent in the semis, Duke, took out defending champion Loyola Maryland and Notre Dame to get there, both by 12-11 scores. Syracuse got to the semifinals by beating Bryant, 12-7, and then slipping past Yale, 7-6, in the quarterfinals. Denver took care of Albany, 19-14, then edged North Carolina, 12-11.

The Orange are gunning for their 12th NCAA lacrosse title. The other three schools in the semifinals have combined to win only four titles.

You can see a full tournament bracket here, courtesy of NCAA.com.

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