The winners of Saturday's quarterfinals in the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse championships will head to Villanova for the semifinals on May 24.

The championship game is slated for May 26 at Villanova Stadium.

The Division II and III semifinals and title games are both Saturday and Sunday in Owings Mills, Md.

Maryland, undefeated in 20 games, is the top seed in Division I and will host unseeded Duke (14-5) on Saturday. No. 4 Syracuse (17-3) will host No. 5 Florida (18-2). Third-seeded North Carolina (15-3) will host unseeded Virginia (11-9), and No. 7 Penn State (14-6) will visit No. 2 Northwestern (18-2).

Maryland is led by senior attack Alex Aust, who has scored 62 goals, while Duke has gotten a combined 80 goals from senior Makenzie Hommel and sophomore Taylor Trimble, an Episcopal Academy graduate.

Syracuse is paced by freshman Kayla Treanor, who has collected 64 goals this season, while Florida features sophomore Shannon Gilroy and senior Ashley Bruns, who have combined for 100 goals.

North Carolina's senior leader is Kara Cannizzaro. Sophomore Casey Bocklet is the offensive star for Virginia. Penn State features sophomore attack Maggie McCormick and her 49 goals, and Northwestern's Erin Fitzgerald has 56 goals this season.

Local Players

on Tournament Teams

Caroline Keating, Agnes Irwin/Duke, senior, attack

Alyssa Ogle, Moorestown/Duke, senior, attack

Tara Stokes, Shipley/Duke, junior, defense

Taylor Trimble, Episcopal/Duke, sophomore, midfield

Alyssa Andress, Archbishop Wood/North Carolina, freshman, midfield

Margaret Corzel, Merion Mercy/North Carolina, sophomore, defense

Kelly Devlin, Downingtown East/North Carolina, sophomore, midfield

Emily Garrity, Strath Haven/North Carolina, senior, midfield

Stephanie Lobb, West Chester East/North Carolina, freshman, defense

Jess Loizeaux, Clearview/Virginia, sophomore, attack

Amy Cross, Upper Dublin/Syracuse, junior, midfield

Kelly Cross, Upper Dublin/Syracuse, freshman, midfield

Kasey Mock, Pottstown/Syracuse, junior, defense

Michelle Tumolo, Clearview/Syracuse, senior, attack

Carly Bitzer, Central Bucks East/ Penn State, junior, defense

Victoria Brady, North Penn/Penn State, sophomore, midfield

Lizzy Carney, Unionville/Penn State, junior, midfield

Avery Curley, Episcopal/Penn State, sophomore, attack

Ally Heavens, Garnet Valley/Penn State, freshman, midfield

Cat Layne, Villa Maria/Penn State, sophomore, defense

Erin McAfee, Morrestown/Penn State, sophomore, defense

Lauren Purvis, Hatboro-Horsham/Penn State, junior, midfield

Bridget Bianco, Moorestown/Northwestern, sophomore, goalkeeper

Blake McHugh, Episcopal/Northwestern, sophomore, attack

Jessica Roy, Pennridge/Northwestern, junior, midfield.