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Denver vs. Notre Dame: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds and stats

Reigning NCAA Lacrosse champion Notre Dame continues its quest for a repeat when it faces Denver in the semifinals on Saturday.

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are the top seed and still have four of their goalscorers from last year's championship game, as well as two of the eight first-round picks in the recent Premier Lacrosse League draft.

The Denver Pioneers, the fifth seed, have the second-best defense in Division I lacrosse with 9.19 goals allowed per game, and their three-goal average margin of victory is tied for 13th in the nation.

How to watch Denver vs. Notre Dame, TV channel and streaming

Denver vs. Notre Dame will be broadcast on ESPN2, which can be watched through cable TV packages and with live TV streaming apps including YouTubeTV and FuboTV.

Denver vs. Notre Dame start time, date and venue

Denver vs. Notre Dame is scheduled to start at 12 PM ET/10 AM MT on Saturday, May 25 with the game to be played at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Denver vs. Notre Dame odds


+500 ML

Notre Dame

-800 ML


Notre Dame -4.5

Total Goals

O/U 22.5

Denver vs. Notre Dame stats

  • Notre Dame is the country's highest-scoring team at 15.87 goals per game; Denver is the country's second-best defense as it allows 9.19 goals per game.
  • The Fighting Irish enter this game with a 14-1 record, with their only loss being an 11-10 overtime defeat to Georgetown in late February.
  • The Pioneers are 13-3, with their losses coming against Yale, Duke and Villanova.
  • Denver's attack is led by JJ Sillstrop (29 goals, 17 assists for 46 points) and Michael Lampert (21 goals, 23 assists for 44 points), and they are the only two players on the team with at least 10 assists.
  • Brothers and Notre Dame teammates Chris and Pat Kavanagh are 15th and 17th in the nation in points with 72 and 69, respectively.
  • Notre Dame's Will Lynch has the second-best faceoff percentage in the country at 62.5 percent, while Denver's Alec Stathakis is eighth at 60.2 percent.
  • The Fighting Irish have claimed the 15th-most ground balls per game this season with 33.87; Denver is ranked 49th with 30.19 ground balls per game.
  • Notre Dame goalie Liam Entenmann is 14th in Division I lacrosse with a save percentage of 55.1 percent; Denver's Malcolm Kleban is 38th at 51 percent.

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Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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