The Duke lacrosse team has already received vindication. Now the Blue Devils are looking for an NCAA championship trophy. The top-seeded Blue Devils, who are 16-and-2, face unbeaten Cornell tomorrow in the semifinal round. Johns Hopkins will take on Delaware, and the winners of the two matches will face off Monday for the title. Two years ago, Duke reached the championship game for the first time in the team's history. But last season was cut short after three players were charged when a woman hired as a stripper for a team party claimed she was attacked. Charges were dropped against the players last month. The Blue Devils began anew in February with a win over Dartmouth. And three months later, the team now intends to finish what it started.