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NAIA:  Webber Men’s Lacrosse Announces Inaugural Recruiting Class

NAIA: Webber Men’s Lacrosse Announces Inaugural Recruiting Class

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  Author's note: Since I don't have a season recap for Webber it meade sense to choose this as their 'recap' . . . there will be plenty of noise coming from them   BABSON PARK, Fla. (May 1, 2020) –  In anticipation for the upcoming 2021 men's lacrosse season, the first ever season for lacrosse at Webber International University, Head Men's Lacrosse Coach Chris Burdick has announced his inaugural recruiting class for the 2020-21 academic year. Coach Burdick said, "I would like to welcome the first lacrosse recruiting class to the Webber family. This group of young men have accepted the daunting challenge of starting a new chapter for athletics at the university. Each one of these men were carefully selected based on a number of criteria, most of which is the chara...
2020 College Review:  The Florida Gators Up And Down 6-2 Season

2020 College Review: The Florida Gators Up And Down 6-2 Season

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Gators Women, Florida Lacrosse News
  Author's Note:  I'll be going school by school over the summer to give a recap of the truncated college seasons   The Florida Gators Women's program had one of those seasons that gave both really high high's and headscratching lows. The team finished 6-2 and showed they could play at a level indicative of a championship contender but had trouble sustaining consistency.  How else do you explain back to back weekends of beating then #1 Maryland at College Park and then coming home to lose badly to a Loyola team ranked #12 by 11 goals?  That was followed by a home win over #3 Stony Brook and a road loss to #15 Dartmouth?  National pollsters needed Pepto Bismal on a weekly basis. Here's a link to the schedule/results HERE The Individual Statistics showed something that m...
Friday Night College Action!  JU Men, FSC & Lynn Women Win, PBA Men & Stetson Women Lose

Friday Night College Action! JU Men, FSC & Lynn Women Win, PBA Men & Stetson Women Lose

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, FSC Women, Jacksonville Men, Lynn Women, PBA Men, Stetson Women
via various press releases   JU Men SMITH SCORES, BECOMES JU'S ALL-TIME CT LEADER AS DOLPHINS PILLAGE PIRATES Game served as warmup for Tuesday's trip to Durham LINK   PBA Men Sailfish Fall to Crusaders on the Road PBA struggles without injured AA Gebelein LINK   FSC Women Iamele Shines in Goal as FSC Women's Lacrosse Defeats #6 Regis Lady Mocs back on track with Top 10 victory LINK   Lynn Women Lynn University 19, Wilmington 11 Lady Knights rise to 2-3 as second half run and Doyle's 5 goals lead the way LINK   Stetson Women Hatters Endure Heartbreaking Loss at Cincinnati Stetson lets 4 goal second half lead go on road conference loss LINK  
Wax Off:  Gators Drop Midweek Contest to #15 Dartmouth

Wax Off: Gators Drop Midweek Contest to #15 Dartmouth

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Gators Women, Florida Lacrosse News
via UF press release - photo by Hannah White   Box Score HANOVER, N.H. – The fifth-ranked Florida lacrosse team fell to the No. 15 Dartmouth Big Green, 13-9, on Tuesday afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field. Shannon Kavanagh led the way for the Gators on the offensive front, finding the back of the net four times. Brianna Harris dished out a team-high two assists to go along with her three goals. In the game, she became the 18th Gator to record 100 career points. Grace Haus added two goals on the day as well. Florida won the draw control battle, coming up with 14 during the game. Kavanagh led the way with seven draw controls, while Kaitlyn Dabkowski posted three on the afternoon. Defensively, the Gators caused five turnovers in the game: Emily Heller, Shelton Sawers, Em...
Mid-Week Sunshine State Conference Game Results!

Mid-Week Sunshine State Conference Game Results!

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Florida Tech Women, FSC Men, FSC Women, Lynn Men, Lynn Women, PBA Men, Rollins Women, Saint Leo Women, Tampa Men, Tampa Women
via various press releases FSC Men: Horwitz Ties FSC Program Record with 26 Face-off Wins as Men's Lacrosse Drops Midweek Match Up Against Saint Rose Congrats to Kevin, who I got to know while covering MSD games.  Well earned as hard work leads to great results! LINK FSC Women: Three Moccasins Record Hat Tricks as Southern's Women's Lacrosse Defeats Wingate FSC rebounds from their Monday loss LINK Lynn Men: #14 Lindenwood University 16, Lynn University 8 Lynn Men continue their Out of Conference struggles to open the season LINK Lynn Women: Gannon University 11, Lynn University 10 Lynn loses heartbreaker on last minute tally LINK Lynn Men: Lynn University 14, Quincy University 0 First shutout in school history, a needed win before entering SSC action LINK Tampa Women: Tuesday S...
SSC Conference Awards & National Polls – Week Ending 3/1/20

SSC Conference Awards & National Polls – Week Ending 3/1/20

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  via various press releases   SSC Conference Awards SSC Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week Presented by Jimmy John's Jackson Colling / Rollins College / Sr. / Midfield / Maitland, Florida Colling is awarded Offensive Player of the Week after scoring the game-winner in overtime against No. 10 Wingate University. The senior from Maitland, Florida, scored a game-high four goals (three unassisted) in the 10-9 victory. Colling placed all four of his shots on target and picked up a groundball during the match. SSC Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week Presented by Jimmy John's Chase Snyder / Rollins College / Jr. / LSM / Powell, Ohio Snyder pulls in Defensive Player of the Week honors following his efforts in Rollins' 10-9 overtime win against No. 10 ...
Boca Alum Michael Clinton earns MCLA Division II Dominant Performance of the Week for FAU!

Boca Alum Michael Clinton earns MCLA Division II Dominant Performance of the Week for FAU!

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via MCLA press release   ATLANTA – After leading Florida Atlantic to an upset victory against an in-state rival, Owls junior attackman Michael Clinton earns MCLA Division II Dominant Performance of the Week presented by Warrior for the period ending March 1. Florida Atlantic, ranked No. 25 in the New Balance Weekly Coaches Poll, took on No. 15 North Florida at home on Sunday and the Boca Raton, Fla., product delivered for the Owls. He scored three goals and set up four others as Florida Atlantic cruised to the 14-6 upset. Clinton also gobbled up a pair of ground balls. For the season, Clinton has 10 goals and 15 assists and has helped the Owls race out to a 7-0 start to the season. “Michael is a great player and an even better teammate,” said Florida Atlantic coach S...