Author: Seth Austin

#4 Thunderwolves Down #8 Scots In Hard Fought Battle

#4 Thunderwolves Down #8 Scots In Hard Fought Battle

Featured Posts, FHSAA, Florida Lacrosse News, Florida Top Ten, High School, Southeast Boys
Tuesday night in a game which looked and felt like a replay of Friday's Oxbridge win over Bishop Moore, the visiting St. Andrew's Scots took a 3-2 lead into the second half as both defenses were dominant.  The third quarter ended with the Thunderwolves leading 4-3 and the fourth started with SA man up.  No, SA did not tie it up as Oxbridge stopped the attempt and went on to win 8-5.  As the score shows, most of the game was very even and if these two meet again, it will be a dogfight.  Oxbridge continues it's tough early season schedule Friday, hosting defending state champion and number 1 ranked St. Thomas Aquinas.  Must see lax! Scoring: Oxbridge James Dorsey 1,0; Connor Davies 2,2; Bennet Bowers 1,0; Jack Kilian 2,1; Blake Jerd 2,0 Oxbridge Saves Christian Tomei 7
St. Andrew’s Wins First Two, Travels to Oxbridge Tonight

St. Andrew’s Wins First Two, Travels to Oxbridge Tonight

Featured Posts, FHSAA, Florida Lacrosse News, Florida Top Ten, High School, Southeast Boys
Author’s Note: Thanks to the SA parents group for the pictures and content! As Lee mentioned, FLN will publish your team's game summaries if you will provide similar content through our Game Coverage feature.  Please provide information on both teams' scoring and highlights.  Use this link:  https://www.floridalacrossenews.com/submit-game-recap/ Saint Andrew's opened up the 2018 season Friday night with a tough district matchup against Boca Raton.  The back and forth affair was physical and intense. Both goaltenders played very well and the Scots came out on top with a 12-7 win. Saint Andrew's was led by Michael Lizzio (4g), Anthony Molle (2g), Carl Klepper (1g, 3a) and Matt Adams (4a) offensively. Oliver Alpert was active on the defensive midfield while also scoring a goal. Fres
South Florida Chapter of US Lacrosse Honors Season’s Best

South Florida Chapter of US Lacrosse Honors Season’s Best

@Florida_Launch, Men's Lacrosse, Uncategorized, Women's Lacrosse
Saturday night FAU's stadium served not only as the site of a thrilling Florida Launch come from behind 15-14 win over the The New York Lizards, but also as the host for this year's South Florida Chapter of US Lacrosse awards banquet.  As far as I am concerned, every chapter in the state should try to replicate this great way to celebrate its season, whether locally or better yet, coordinated with a trip to Boca Raton for the night when the Launch is in town.  The staff at the Launch, headed by Brian and Don Clinton, Michael Zeff and others put on a terrific evening and are doing a ton of community outreach (check out the photos at the bottom of this article to see an example).  The Launch management is building a great franchise. Thank you to everyone, including emcees Joe Chiarella, E
Benjamin’s Robert Jacobs Sets School Records at Kenyon

Benjamin’s Robert Jacobs Sets School Records at Kenyon

Men's Lacrosse
That's Benjamin senior Robert Jacobs scoring the winning goal in overtime April 26, 2013 against Vero Beach in the FHSAA playoffs.  Four years later, Robert capped off an honored career at Kenyon College in style in his last game for the Lords.  Below is the school's press release: HIRAM, Ohio – Robert Jacobs broke a 54-year-old record and the Kenyon men's lacrosse team set a new standard for most goals scored and points totaled during Saturday's 36-9 road victory at Hiram College. In his final game, Jacobs tallied six goals and eight assists for 14 points. That mark bested Bill Hylton's 13-point effort against University of Mount Union on May 5, 1963. Jacobs' assist total also tied for the third-highest single-game effort. Furthermore, Jacobs finished
Lake Highland Prep and Lake Mary Into Final Four As FLN Chief Scribe Continues Cold Streak

Lake Highland Prep and Lake Mary Into Final Four As FLN Chief Scribe Continues Cold Streak

FHSAA, Men's Lacrosse, Uncategorized
Your dutiful backup writer (who includes few details and would rather take pictures) decided to drive to Orlando yesterday and attend one of the two play-off games in town.  Driving north, I decided to check in with Lee Roggenburg and pick the better of the two contests.  After detailed research, it was clear to him that the Berkeley Prep - Lake Highland Prep match-up offered the best opportunity to see a potential upset. His thinking, while often backwards in this writer's opinion, was pretty sound this time around.  Lake Highland did not appear to have as strong a team as in years past, having survived two very close games with come from behind wins to make it to the Final Eight.  Berkeley, meanwhile, gave IMG all it could handle during the regular season, losing twice by one goal eac