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#16 Florida Falls 13-11 to #9 Princeton

#16 Florida Falls 13-11 to #9 Princeton

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  via UF press release - photo by Courtney Culbreath   BOX SCORE GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In the first-ever meeting between Florida and Princeton, the ninth-ranked Tigers prevailed with a 13-11 victory at Donald R. Dizney Stadium on Tuesday night. Lindsey Ronbeck, Shannon Kavanagh and Sydney Pirreca each posted a hat trick for the Gators, while Grace Haus and Madi Hall both pitched in one apiece. Ronbeck has now recorded a hat trick in seven out of nine games and Kavanagh has five hat tricks this season. Cara Trombetta and Emma Wightman led the defensive effort for Florida, each recording two caused turnovers. Sabrina Cristodero and Kavanagh controlled the draw circle for the Gators, winning five and four draws, respectively. Haley Hicklen posted seven saves in th
Conference Awards: SSC, ASun & AAC

Conference Awards: SSC, ASun & AAC

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  via the conference press releases   Sunshine State Conference   Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week Andrew Kew / University of Tampa  / Sr. / Attack / Oakville, Ontario, Canada Kew takes Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in Tampa’s 17-11 win over Westminster College. During the game, the Ontario native tallied seven goals and five assists. Kew took 16 shots, landed nine on goal, and picked up two ground balls in victory. This is Kew’s second weekly award this year, and seventh all-time.   Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week Evan Schimek / Rollins College / Sr. / Defense / Fort Lauderdale, Florida Schimek was selected Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in Rollins’ wins over No. 20 Colorado Mesa University (12-8)
Florida Gators Fall to Third-Ranked UNC 11-9

Florida Gators Fall to Third-Ranked UNC 11-9

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  Author's Note:  Former Barron Collier star Olivia Ferrucci, who has overcome two ACL injuries, led North Carolina with 3G/2A.  It's great to see her back healthy and contributing like this!   via UF press release - photo by Courtney Culbreath   BOX SCORE   Florida closes game on 5-0 run, but drops 11-9 decision to No. 3 North Carolina GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The No.16 Florida Gators rallied late, but it was not enough to over the third-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels, dropping the 11-9 decision on Saturday afternoon at Donald R. Dizney Stadium. Shannon Kavanagh led the way with a hat trick – her third of the season. Lindsey Ronbeck, Grace Haus and Sydney Pirreca each added two goals apiece on the day. Sabrina Cristodero had the tough task of marking
Florida College Roundup – March 13th

Florida College Roundup – March 13th

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  Here's the results of yesterday's Florida college action:   Florida Gators Women March 13th - Gators Fight Until Very End, But Fall to No. 4 Syracuse Excerpt: GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The No. 16 Florida Gators gave No. 4 Syracuse an incredibly tight battle on Wednesday night, but ultimately fell to the Orange 14-13 in the final eight seconds of the game at Donald R. Dizney Stadium. Lindsey Ronbeck led the offense attack for the Gators, recording five goals against the Orange. Grace Haus followed with five points of her own, pitching in two goals and three assists on the night. Read the rest HERE   Rollins Men March 13th - UPSET! Tars Take Down No. 20 Colorado Mesa, 12-8 Excerpt: GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (March 13, 2019) – History repeated its
College Roundup for March 11th-12th – Game Recaps, Polls the SSC Players of the Week!

College Roundup for March 11th-12th – Game Recaps, Polls the SSC Players of the Week!

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  Here's the links to press releases that came out and the various college polls, along with the Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week!   PBA Women: March 11th - Sailfish Roll Past Oglethorpe LINK   FIT Women: March 12th - No. 24 Florida Tech Overpowers The Rock for Third Win in a Row LINK   Florida Gators Women: March 12th - Trio of Gators Earn AAC Weekly Nods LINK   College Polls   USILA Men D1 USILA Men D2 IWLCA Women D1 IWLCA Women D2 Inside Lacrosse Men D1 Media Poll Quint's IL Top 20 Men D1   Sunshine State Conference Players Of The Week   Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week Philip Buque / Saint Leo University / Jr. / Attack / Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Florida NCAA Division One Recap – March 8th-March 10th

Florida NCAA Division One Recap – March 8th-March 10th

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  Author's Note:  Just like the Sunshine State Recap article we are doing the same for the Division 1 programs for this weekend, to get all caught up. The main highlight is Jacksonville's appearance in the Crown Lacrosse Classic in Charlotte, N.C., where on Friday they gave then #1-ranked Towson quite the game.   Jacksonville Men March 8th - DOLPHINS CLASH WITH NO. 1 TOWSON IN CROWN LACROSSE OPENER LINK March 10th - DOLPHINS DISPLACED IN CROWN CLASSIC FINALE LINK   Jacksonville Women Did not play this weekend   Florida Gators Women March 9th - Gators Down Panthers on the Road LINK   Stetson Women March 10th - Hatters Fall to Marquette LINK  
UF Women:  #16 Gators Find Success at Elon

UF Women: #16 Gators Find Success at Elon

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  via UF press release - photo by Jeffrey Camarati   BOX SCORE ELON, N.C. –The 16th-ranked Florida Gators were victorious over Elon on Thursday evening, defeating the Phoenix, 15-5 at Rudd Field. The Gators caused a total of 15 turnovers, including three from Kaitlyn Dabkowski, really controlling the game from the start. The 15 caused turnovers was the fourth-best total in program history. The squad also held the 17-5 draw control advantage over the Phoenix – led by ­seven from Sabrina Cristodero.  Sydney Pirreca led the Gators' offensive effort, registering three goals on the night. Lindsey Ronbeck, Brianna Harris and Grace Haus also pitched in two goals apiece to help secure the victory for Florida. The Gators held the Phoenix to a .400 shooting clip (5-