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#1 FSC defeats #4 FIT 20-7
FSC: Moccasins Advance to Fifth-Straight SSC Title Game
LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse rallied back to earn its fifth-straight trip to the Sunshine State Conference title game. The Mocs (16-2, 5-1 SSC) used a 14-goal first half to defeat Florida Tech (7-9, 2-4 SSC) in the first round of the conference tournament. Three different Mocs finished with four points each in the victory.
Aubriana Benedetto led the Florida Southern offense with four goals on the night. Catherine DeKorte and Riley Bannatyne each recorded three goals, while Marina Jozokos and Grace Glinecki added on a pair of goals each. Six additional Mocs found the back of the net in the victory.
HOW IT HAPP
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Author's note: Again, due to time constraints I'll put the links to the articles up instead of separate press releases. The polls and player's of the week will come later.
Florida Gators Women:
Gators Defeat UConn to Extend Winning Streak
Florida tops the Huskies 16-5 on Saturday to move to 4-0 in the American Athletic
Dolphins Dominate Way to Win #13
Applegate, Tyler Set Program Records as MLax Clinches SoCon Tourney Berth
Hatters Downed at Kennesaw State
Sunshine State Conference
FSC Men Defeat FIT Men 11-8
FSC: Florida Southern Defeats Florida Tech to Close 2019 Season with a Victory
FIT: Men's Lacrosse Falls To Mocs in Season Finale
via FIT press release - photo by Louis Marinacci
Florida Tech Picks Up First SSC Win in Rout of PBA
Dunn, Kaplan and Townsend combine for 24 points in the Panthers 20-7 victory over the Sailfish
MELBOURNE, Fla. – Florida Tech made easy work of Palm Beach Atlantic on Wednesday as the Panthers rolled to their first SSC win of the season, defeating the Sailfish, 20-7, under the lights at Panther Stadium.
The Crimson & Gray were led offensively by their triple threat on attack. Leah Dunn guided the group with a career-high 10 points on six goals and four assists. The senior's point total ranks third on the program's single-game scoring list.
Mollie Kaplan tied a program single-game record with seven goals against PBA, in addit
via Rollins press release
Weather Delays No Match for Second-Ranked Tars in 9-7 Victory over Florida Tech
Rollins Gets Back to Winning Ways; German and Ashton Earn Hat Tricks
WINTER PARK, Fla. (April 6, 2019) – Despite two separate weather delays that totaled almost an hour and a half, the second-ranked Rollins women's lacrosse team was able to defeat the Florida Tech Panthers by a final score of 9-7 on Saturday night at Cahall-Sandspur Field. The win advances Rollins to 11-1, and 2-1 in Sunshine State Conference action, while the Panthers drop to 5-7 overall, and 0-3 in SSC play.
Kallie German and Hannah Ashton led the team with three goals apiece, followed by two from Sammy Ottimo, and one from Rachel Valocchi. Both Lily Riz
via Tampa press release
Spartans Glide Past Panthers 11-6
MELBOURNE, Fla. –The No. 6 University of Tampa women's lacrosse team defeated the Florida Tech Panthers by a final score of 11-6.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP:
Final: No. 6 Tampa Spartans 11, Florida Tech Panthers 6
Records: Tampa (9-2, SSC 2-0), Florida Tech (5-6, SSC 0-2)
Location: Florida Tech Panther Stadium | Melbourne, Fla.
All-time Series: This is the first time in program history that the Spartans have defeated the Panthers in women's lacrosse. FIT leads the all-time series over UT 5-1.
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HOW IT HAPPENED:
IWLCA Division II Offensive National Player of th
via FIT press release - photo by Louis Marinacci
Schiano leads Tech with four points in 12-6 loss to Alabama-Huntsville
MELBOURNE, Fla. - The Florida Tech women's lacrosse team dropped its final nonconference game of the season Tuesday, as the Panthers fell to Alabama-Huntsville, 12-6, at Panther Stadium.
Sam Schiano led Tech with two goals and two assists in addition to collecting seven draw controls, three ground balls, and two caused turnovers.
Leah Dunn and Mollie Kaplan each finished with two goals and two caused turnovers. Kailee O'Brien added four ground balls and two caused turnovers, and Olivia Going recorded three ground balls and two caused turnovers. Chloe Zador ended the game with three saves.
Schiano caught a pass from
via FSC press release
Benedetto Sisters Lead Moccasins to Tenth-Straight Victory Against Florida Tech
LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse defeated Florida Tech for the tenth-straight time with a 16-4 victory on Saturday afternoon at Moccasin Field. The Benedetto sisters teamed up for six goals and two assists as the Mocs (7-1, 1-0 SSC) handed the Panthers (5-4, 0-1 SSC) their fourth loss on the season.
Aubriana Benedetto and Maliah Benedetto led Florida Southern's offense with three goals each. Brenna Smith and Riley Bannatyne added on another two each, while six more Mocs found the back of the net.
HOW IT HAPPENED
• For the second time this week Florida Southern jumped out to a 3-0 as Smith took feeds from A. Benedetto an