Author: Lee Roggenburg

Throwback Friday:  #6 Oxbridge Grinds Out 6-4 Win Over #5 Bishop Moore in Defensive Slugfest

Throwback Friday: #6 Oxbridge Grinds Out 6-4 Win Over #5 Bishop Moore in Defensive Slugfest

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  Author's Note:  Thanks to Vernon Lee for the first gallery of pictures from Bishop Moore!  I'll be using more of his with the District 12 preview and future BM games should they report through our Game Coverage feature!  And also welcome back to our own resident photographer Seth Green, who dusted off his camera and is looking forward to another season of scintillating picture-taking!   After attending two games that ended up 20-4 and 15-2 I was ready, if not praying, for a tight contest. Got it. Frankly I could have called it a Throwdown just as easily.  Physical without getting chippy. The trade-off in this game?  Bishop Moore's FOGO Hudson Bohn going 13/14 at the dot versus Oxbridge Christian Tomei's 14 saves on 18 shots on goal. And Oxbridge defended the fa
JU:  Women’s Lacrosse Downs Ohio State in Overtime 17-16

JU: Women’s Lacrosse Downs Ohio State in Overtime 17-16

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  via JU press release   JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The 2018 Moe's Lacrosse Classic weekend started off in exciting fashion for Jacksonville University women's lacrosse, as 10 different Dolphins found the back of the net to fend off Ohio State University's 5-0 rally in the second half, but it was freshman Megan Prescott who buried the game winner in overtime to lift the Dolphins over the Buckeyes, 17-16, Friday evening at D.B. Milne Field. "We had a really good distribution of scorers this game, from starters to reserves. The draw in the second half was key to win, especially in the overtime situations; those were critical possessions. We really took advantage of our free positions. That was key today," stated head coach Mindy McCord. "Our biggest weapon is the diversity
UT Men:  #5 Spartans Remain Undefeated With 10-9 Win Over #7 NYIT

UT Men: #5 Spartans Remain Undefeated With 10-9 Win Over #7 NYIT

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  via UT press release   TAMPA, Fla. –  The No. 5 University of Tampa Spartans defeat the No. 7 NYIT Bears by a score of 10-9. INSIDE THE MATCHUP: Final: Tampa Spartans 10, NYIT Bears 9 Records: Tampa (4-0), NYIT (1-2) Location: Naimoli Family Field l Tampa, Fla. All-time Series: The NYIT Bears and the Tampa Spartans are tied in the all-time series, each with two wins and two losses. Follow Us: @TampaSpartans on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Vimeo HOW IT HAPPENED: 1st Period The Spartans were the first team on the board with a goal from junior Andrew Kew, the assist by Donavon Dempsey. With 7:27 left in the first period, Matt Vetter got a goal, the assist by Jake Mosher McGraw. The NYIT Bears then answered with their first goal o
Rollins Women:  #11 Tars Triumph Over Catawba 16-5

Rollins Women: #11 Tars Triumph Over Catawba 16-5

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  via Rollins press release   WINTER PARK, Fla.  (February 23, 2018) – Sophomore midfielder Lily Rizk scored 61 seconds into the game and the Tars never looked back as the Rollins women's lacrosse team routed Catawba College by a final score of 16-5 on Friday night at Shuford Stadium. The win advances the Tars to a record of 2-2 on the season, while Catawba drops to 2-3 overall. Junior Kallie German led the game with four goals and three assists for a total of seven points.  Behind German, Hannah Ashton earned a hat trick and an assist, while Nikki Stumpfnotched two goals and an assist. Paige Brock added two goals of her own, while Hannah Coakley tallied two points with a goal and an assist.  Lily Rizk, Lindsay Van Beck, Julianna Desimone, and Hannah Forbes all sco
FSC Men:  Mocs Open Up Season with Loss at #10 Belmont Abbey

FSC Men: Mocs Open Up Season with Loss at #10 Belmont Abbey

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  via FSC press release   BELMONT, NC -  Florida Southern College men's lacrosse opened its season on the road with a 16-5 defeat at No. 10 Belmont Abbey. The Crusaders (4-0) seemed to have an answer for everything the Moccasins (0-1) threw at them, answering each Florida Southern goal with multiple goals of their own. The Mocs were able to keep the score close throughout the early stages of the first quarter. But a 4-0 run by Belmont Abbey midway through the opening period helped the Crusaders grab a 5-1 lead, and Florida Southern never got closer than three the rest of the way. HOW IT HAPPENED • Belmont Abbey jumped out to a 2-0 lead four and a half minutes in, but Florida Southern's Chris Cariello found the back of the net for his first goal of the season to
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