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FSC Women:  Balanced Attack Leads Mocs Past Rockhurst 19-7 In Season Opener

FSC Women: Balanced Attack Leads Mocs Past Rockhurst 19-7 In Season Opener

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  via FSC press release   LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse opened the season on a 9-0 run en route to a 19-7 victory over Rockhurst on Thursday night at Moccasin Field. The No. 3 Moccasins (1-0) used goals from 11 different players to keep the Hawks (0-2) still searching for their first victory of 2019. Grace Glinecki lead the offense with three goals on the evening. Florida Southern's first four goals came on free position shots from Sarah Grady (2), Maliah Benedetto, and Glinecki. Clare Goessling led the Hawks with four goals in the final 35 minutes of the game. HOW IT HAPPENED • Grady put the Mocs on the board just 22 seconds into the game, after being awarded a free position shot, giving the Mocs an early lead they would never surrend
IWLCA D2 Preseason Poll Features #3 FSC, #9 Rollins, #10 FIT and #19 Tampa

IWLCA D2 Preseason Poll Features #3 FSC, #9 Rollins, #10 FIT and #19 Tampa

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  via the IWLCA press release   Le Moyne College claimed the number one spot in the IWLCA Division II Coaches Pre-Season Poll, claiming all 25 available first place votes. Le Moyne posted a 22-1 record last year as they captured the 2018 NCAA National Championship, and the first in program history. Adelphi University checks in at number two, followed closely by the 2018 NCAA Runner Up, Florida Southern, in the third position. The fourth and fifth spots in the poll are claimed by Lindenwood and West Chester. East Stroudsburg, LIU Post, Regis, Rollins, and Florida Tech round out the top ten. The Northeast 10 looks like one of the toughest conferences based on the pre-season poll, as Pace (#14), Merrimack (#16), New Haven (#20), and Bentley (#23) join Le Moyne and Adelphi t...
FSC Moccasins Walk to #StopSuicide

FSC Moccasins Walk to #StopSuicide

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  via FSC press release   LAKELAND, FL - Nearly 100 Florida Southern College student-athletes, coaches, and athletics staff participated in the annual "Out of the Darkness" Community Walk around Lake Hollingsworth on Saturday to benefit the Central Florida chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). Several Moccasin athletic teams were on hand early to help set up the event, while others walked with more than 600 others to show their support in the fight against suicide, and the Mocs also helped AFSP volunteers clean up after the event. Florida Southern's participation was spearheaded by its Student-Athlete Advisory Council, which is partnering with the AFSP this year to help raise awareness and donations in the fight to end suicide. This year's
FSC:  Women’s Lacrosse Announces 2019 Schedule

FSC: Women’s Lacrosse Announces 2019 Schedule

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  via FSC press release   LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse head coach Kara Reberreleased her schedule for the 2019 season on Wednesday. Entering its second season on Moccasin Field at the Barnett Athletic Complex, the Mocs will take to the field nine times a home. Florida Southern will make two trips out of the state of Florida with trips to North Carolina (March 7-10) and Ohio (April 12-14). Florida Southern's 2019 opponents consist of a pair of teams that made an NCAA Tournament appearance last year (Adelphi and Florida Tech) and three additional teams who ended the season ranked in the IWLCA top 25 (Rollins, Tampa, and Tiffin). Also included in the mix are a trio of opponents the Mocs will face for the first time ever (Findlay, Slippery Rock
FSC:  Santoli Named SSC Woman of the Year

FSC: Santoli Named SSC Woman of the Year

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  via FSC press release   MELBOURNE, FL - Emily Santoli of Florida Southern College has been named the 2017-18 Sunshine State Conference Woman of the Year. The IWLCA All-American becomes the first Moccasin to win the award. Athletic Directors, Senior Woman Administrators, Athletic Communication Directors, and Faculty Athletic Representatives from each of the league's 11 member institutions chose Santoli from a pool of nominees. Candidates were scored based on the NCAA's Woman of the Year guidelines. The Fort Salonga, New York native, becomes a three-time First Team All-America selection, as she led the Moccasins in goals (72) and was second in total points (86) during her senior year. Santoli scored three or more goals in 16 games during the 2018 campaign, including thre
IWLCA Final Polls:  Gators T-6 in D1 and FSC #2, FIT #6, Rollins #11 and Tampa #19 in D2!

IWLCA Final Polls: Gators T-6 in D1 and FSC #2, FIT #6, Rollins #11 and Tampa #19 in D2!

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  via the IWLCA web site   2018 IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll – May 29, 2018   James Madison University (22-1) claimed the number one ranking in the final Division I Coaches Poll of the season, collecting all 25 first-place votes after winning their first NCAA Championship 16-15 over Boston College. The Eagles (22-2) finish the season ranked second and are followed by Maryland (20-2), North Carolina (17-4), and Stony Brook (20-1) to round out the top five. Florida (17-4) and Navy (18-4) finish the season tied for sixth in the poll. Northwestern (15-6) moves up to eighth in the final rankings, Towson (16-5) finishes in ninth, and Princeton (13-6) moves into the top ten. The only new entry to the poll is Richmond, who received votes for the first time this season
FSC Women:  Mazza Named YRL Unsung Hero for Division II

FSC Women: Mazza Named YRL Unsung Hero for Division II

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  via FSC press release   BRONXVILLE, NY - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse senior Shannon Mazzahas been named as the recipient of the Yeardley Reynolds Love (YRL) Unsung Hero Award for Division II, the One Love Foundation announced this week. Mazza is one of just six lacrosse players, men's or women's, from the NCAA Division I, II, and III ranks to earn the annual award, which is given to student-athletes who show remarkable commitment, teamwork, and community service initiative. "It means the world to be to receive such an amazing award," said Mazza. "I am so thankful to the One Love Foundation for not only bringing awareness to the issue of domestic abuse but for honoring student-athletes for their efforts off the field in their communities. I would never