NCAA Lacrosse Championship 2013, Duke vs. Syracuse: Game time, TV schedule and more

Drew Hallowell

Syracuse has won two games in the closing seconds, but they may not get the same chance against Duke.

The Syracuse Orange will take on the Duke Blue Devils in the 2013 NCAA Division I Lacrosse Championship game on Monday.

The Orange were the top seed in the tournament, but they had close games in both the quarterfinals and semifinals. They needed a three-goal rally to advance past unseeded Yale, with the winning goal coming with just 13 seconds left in the game. Their semifinal victory over No. 4 seed Denver was a similar thriller, with the Orange picking up two goals in the final minute to advance.

No. 7 seed Duke didn't have any games that were quite that close, but they did score three late, unanswered goals to advance past second-seeded Notre Dame. They followed that by ending Cornell's Cinderella bid with a 14-12 victory over the unseeded Big Red.

Duke enters the game with a 15-5 record and a four-game win streak, while Syracuse has won seven straight and stands at 16-3.

The game starts at 1 p.m. ET, with television and streaming coverage provided by ESPN. The full tournament bracket can be found here.

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