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Lacrosse in the United States is played at the collegiate level in both the club and varsity levels.. As of the 2010-11 academic year, there were 61 NCAA sanctioned Division I men's lacrosse teams, 42 Division II men's lacrosse teams and 179 Division III men's lacrosse teams. There were also 30 men's programs and 18 women's programs at at two-year community colleges organized by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and a growing number of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) four-year small college programs. As of 2010-11 there were also 91 Division I women's lacrosse teams, 61 Division II women's lacrosse teams, and 206 Division III women's lacrosse teams.

As of 2009-10, there were 213 collegiate men's club teams competing through the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), including most major universities in the United States without NCAA Men's programs, organized into two divisions and ten conferences. Schools that feature a Division 1 football bowl subdivision program, typically play in Division 1, where schools who have NCAA Division 2, Division 3, or NAIA distinction play in Division 2 of the MCLA. The MCLA is structured to give the high number of lacrosse players playing at the high school level, an outlet to play competitive collegiate lacrosse regardless of their location. High caliber programs competing in the MCLA often operate as "virtual varsity" teams, often competing against NCAA Division III and II...
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