Here is an observation, there are 117 D 1 schools scholarship with plenty of money to be had. Don't look to go to a school that has 35-40 kids on a roster especially if you are not getting a significant amount of money. The amount of money offered is commiserate with the playing time to be expected. Don't get caught up with name and rankings if finances are a major concern. Concentrate on a school where the coach wants you more than you want them. If your daughter/son has great grades look for a school that will combine academic aid with athletic aid, not all do. Only a handful will be able to make a living out of lacrosse after they graduate, so walking out of school with as little debt as possible should be the goal. Finding the right fit will make for a happy athlete/student and in turn parent.
Agree-my older D played mid D1 bewtween academic added to athletic was full tuition-just room and board to cover . Also played on only team no B team at B+ club with great family atmosphere.