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UNF Thanks the Florida Lacrosse Community For Their Support!

UNF Thanks the Florida Lacrosse Community For Their Support!

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, UNF Men
  Author's Note:  We received a request from HC Tucker Clancy of the UNF Ospreys to publicly thank all the Florida lacrosse community for their generosity in helping to fund their MCLA D2 Tournament trip to Utah last week and here it is:   Dear Florida Lacrosse News Readers, I am the head coach at the University of North Florida (UNF).  I asked FLN to share this message from my players, my assistant coaches and myself.  Thank You!  We cannot thank you enough!  Two weeks ago, we won our very first conference tournament.  We found ourselves in a position to play for the national title in the MCLA.  Our problem was that we lacked the financial resources to get to the tournament.  It is through generous people like you that we raised enough money to make the trip. While we
JU Men:  Six Dolphins Named to All-SoCon Teams

JU Men: Six Dolphins Named to All-SoCon Teams

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Jacksonville Men
  via JU press release   SPARTANBURG, S.C. – After contributing to its third Southern Conference postseason appearance in three years, the Jacksonville University men's lacrosse team had six players earn seven postseason All-SoCon awards, as announced by the league Tuesday afternoon. Sophomore midfielder Jack Dolan and freshman defender Jordan Young were named to the First Team, while senior attackman Eric Applegate, redshirt-junior midfielder Evan Tyler, sophomore defender Dixon Smith, and freshman midfielder Zack Deaken all earned a spot on the Second Team. Young was also among five players from the league selected to the All-Freshman Team. "I couldn't be happier for the six young men in our program who made the All-SoCon teams in a year where we have had the most
Gators Claim Four AAC Awards, Seven Named All-Conference

Gators Claim Four AAC Awards, Seven Named All-Conference

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  via the UF press release   Ronbeck, Kavanagh, Trombetta and Hicklen sweep major awards.  GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The No. 18 Florida women's lacrosse team claimed four major American Athletic Conference postseason awards and had seven players named to the First Team, as the league announced Wednesday. The awards come just one day before the Gators take on Vanderbilt in the American Athletic Conference semifinal in Cincinnati, Ohio. Florida is coming off its ninth-straight regular season conference championship after having defeated Cincinnati on April 27. Lindsey Ronbeck earned AAC Attacker of the Year honors, Shannon Kavanagh was tabbed as AAC Midfielder of the Year, Cara Trombetta notched Defensive Player of the Year accolades, while Haley Hicklen was named Goalk
ASun Women’s Conference Awards – JU & Stetson

ASun Women’s Conference Awards – JU & Stetson

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  via ASun press releases   LIST OF ALL CONFERENCE PLAYERS   ATLANTA, Ga. - For the second time in conference history, the postseason awards featured two Players of the Year, as Coastal Carolina's Haley Alexander and Kennesaw State's Siena Gore tied for the league's top honor. Coastal's goalie Harley Barrett captured her second-straight ASUN Defensive Player of the Year honor to highlight Wednesday's night awards banquet. Jacksonville's Dayna Martinetto was voted the ASUN Freshman of the Year after bursting onto the scene, with JU's Mindy McCord Coach of the Year accolades for the fourth time in her career.   https://youtu.be/ixZgI_SSeVY   Alexander collects her first career ASUN Player of the Year honor after a brilliant senior season. T
All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Selections for 2019

All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Selections for 2019

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Men's News, Sunshine State Conference
  via the SSC web site   MELBOURNE, Fla. - [PDF] - Forty-six student-athletes have been recognized as All-Conference in the sixth year of Sunshine State Conference men's lacrosse. Lynn University, regular season champions, boasts nine All-SSC awards including Coach of the Year. Voting for the All-SSC Men's Lacrosse Team was conducted among the league's head coaches.All-SSC History: SSC Players and Coaches of the Year | All-SSC TeamsShortly after becoming the NCAA Division II leader in career goals, the University of Tampa's Andrew Kew has been voted SSC Player of the Year by conference coaches. In 15 games for the Spartans, Kew tallied 81 points from 50 goals and 31 assists with a .365 shooting percentage. The senior attackman from Oakville, Ontario is the SSC leader in
2019 ALL-SSC Women’s Lacrosse Awards

2019 ALL-SSC Women’s Lacrosse Awards

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Sunshine State Conference, Women's News
  via the SSC web site   MELBOURNE, Fla. - Thirty-five student-athletes are recognized as All-Conference in the fifth year of Sunshine State Conference women's lacrosse. Claire Swanson of the University of Tampa is awarded Player of the Year honors, while UT’s Kelly Gallagher repeats as Coach of the Year. Patricia Werker from Florida Southern College takes home Freshman of the Year accolades. Voting for the All-SSC Women's Lacrosse Team was conducted among the league's head coaches. All-SSC History: SSC Players and Coaches of the Year | All-SSC Teams Swanson played in 17 games at midfield for Tampa in 2019, tallying 60 points from 46 goals and 14 assists with a .554 shooting percentage. The Cheyenne, Wyoming native also provided the Spartans with 137 draw cont
Tampa Women:  Magical Season Comes to End in NCAA Tournament for Spartans; Fall to Queens 16-15 in NCAA D2 Tourney

Tampa Women: Magical Season Comes to End in NCAA Tournament for Spartans; Fall to Queens 16-15 in NCAA D2 Tourney

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  via Tampa press release   BOX SCORE   TAMPA, Fla. – The No. 3 University of Tampa women's lacrosse team fell in the NCAA Tournament by a one-goal differential to the visiting Queens University. INSIDE THE MATCHUP: Final: No. 10 Queens Royals 16, No. 3 Tampa Spartans 15 Records: Tampa (14-5), Florida Southern (19-2) Location: Naimoli Family Athletic & Intramural Complex | Tampa, Fla. All-time Series: The South Region opponents split the decisions in 2019 as Queens now holds a 6-1 advantage in the all-time series. Follow Us: @TampaSpartans on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and You Tube. HOW IT HAPPENED:

 1st Half The Royals needed just 30 seconds to score the game's first goal, which was answered by four straight for the Spart