FSC Women

SSC Women:  #7 FSC Takes Down #21 Saint Leo 15-6 – Both Recaps!

SSC Women: #7 FSC Takes Down #21 Saint Leo 15-6 – Both Recaps!

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  BOX SCORE   via FSC press release   Bursinger Eclipses 400 Career Draw Controls as Mocs Hand Lions First Loss of 2019   LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse spoiled Saint Leo's bid for a perfect season as the Mocs (12-2, 4-1 SSC) held the Lions (13-1, 2-1 SSC) to a season-low six goals. Senior Dani Bursinger won a total nine draw controls for the visiting Mocs and with her sixth draw control of the game, she hit the 400 mark for her career. She is the first Moccasin to hit this milestone. A pair of Mocs recorded three goals as Aubriana Benedetto and Brenna Smith led the Florida Southern offense. Both Sarah Grady and Maliah Benedetto found the back of the net twice, while five more Mocs tallied a goal in the victory. HOW IT HA
SSC Women:  #8 FSC Rolls to 21-10 Win Over Embry-Riddle – Both Recaps!

SSC Women: #8 FSC Rolls to 21-10 Win Over Embry-Riddle – Both Recaps!

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  BOX SCORE   via FSC press release   Reber Earns 130th FSC Victory as Mocs Win 20th SSC Game on Senior Day   LAKELAND, FL - On the day Florida Southern College women's lacrosse honored it's last remaining members of the 2016 national championship squad, the Moccasins defeated Embry-Riddle 21-10 at Moccasin Field on Saturday afternoon. The Mocs (11-2, 3-1 SSC) used double-digit goal totals in each half to send the Eagles (9-5, 1-2 SSC) back to Daytona Beach with their fifth loss of the season. Riley Bannatyne and Grace Glinecki each recorded four goals to led the Mocs offense. Marina Jozokos and Aubriana Benedettotallied three goals while Brenna Smith added on a pair of goals. Five additional Mocs found the back of the net. HOW IT HAPPENED  •Jo
SSC Women:  #8 FSC Takes Down #2 Rollins 16-11 – Both School Recaps!

SSC Women: #8 FSC Takes Down #2 Rollins 16-11 – Both School Recaps!

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  BOX SCORE   via FSC press release   Moccasins Hit Double-Digit Win Total for Eighth-Straight Season   LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse took down No. 2 Rollins 16-11 at Moccasin Field on Wednesday night. The Mocs (10-2, 2-1 SSC) jumped out to a 3-0 lead en route to handing the Tars (10-1, 1-1 SSC) their first loss of 2019. Riley Bannatyne recorded five goals for the third-straight game as she led the Mocs offense. Grace Glinecki, Dani Bursinger, and Julia Couch each recorded a pair of goals while five more Mocs found the back of the net. HOW IT HAPPENED  • Florida Southern opened the scoring on three-straight possessions as Bannatyne gave the Mocs a 1-0 lead at the 26:12 mark of the first half and followed that up her s
FSC Women:  Bannatyne’s Five Goals Put Moccasins Back in the Win Column

FSC Women: Bannatyne’s Five Goals Put Moccasins Back in the Win Column

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  via FSC press release   BOX SCORE LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse returned to its winning ways with a 22-8 victory over the visiting Trojans of Mount Olive. The Mocs (9-2, 1-1 SSC) quickly found the scoreboard as freshmen Brenna Smith opened the scoring at the 29:23 mark over the Trojans (8-4, 5-1 CC). Riley Bannatyne for the second-straight game led the offense with five goals, Gracie Maganzini and Aubriana Benedetto each added three goals. Molly Berend, Maliah Benedetto, Grace Glinecki, and Ashley Norberg all recorded a pair of goals while three more Mocs found the back of the net. HOW IT HAPPENED • Smith opened the scoring just 37 seconds into the game. Norberg followed that up with her first goal of the afternoon as she took a f
SSC Women:  #10 Tampa Stuns #3 FSC 16-14!  Both Recaps.

SSC Women: #10 Tampa Stuns #3 FSC 16-14! Both Recaps.

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  BOX SCORE   via Tampa press release   Down Goes No. 3   TAMPA, Fla. – For the first time in program history the No. 10 University of Tampa women's lacrosse team UPSET the No. 3 Florida Southern College Moccasins by a final score of 16-14. Not only is this the Spartans first win over the Moccasins, but it is also the program's first win over a top-five opponent. INSIDE THE MATCHUP: Final: No. 10 Tampa Spartans 16, No. 3 Florida Southern Moccasins 14 Records: Tampa (7-2, SSC 1-0), Florida Southern (8-2, SSC 1-1) Location:  Naimoli Family Athletic and Intramural Complex | Tampa, Fla. All-time Series: This was the first time in program history the Spartans have defeated the Moccasins in women's lacrosse. FSC leads the all-time series over UT 7-
FSC Women:  Moccasins Defeat Crusaders on Faculty Appreciation Night

FSC Women: Moccasins Defeat Crusaders on Faculty Appreciation Night

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  via FSC press release   BOX SCORE LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse picked up win number seven in a row with a 23-7 victory over Belmont Abbey on Thursday night at Moccasin Field. The Mocs (8-1, 1-0 SSC) opened with a 7-0 run over the Crusaders (5-6, 3-1 CC). Riley Bannatyne led the offense with four goals, Maliah Benedetto, Gracie Maganzini, and Catherine DeKorte add on three more each for the Mocs. Three more Mocs had a pair of goals each while another four found the back of the net. HOW IT HAPPENED •  Julia Couch opened the scoring for the Mocs just 30 seconds into the game. Couch assisted on Brenna Smiths first of three goals on the night at the 28:51 mark of the first half. Bannatyne would score two for the Mocs as Dani Bursinger
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)