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UF:  #4 Gators Open Home Schedule Against #2 Maryland at 7:00pm Tonight – Live Stream/SEC Network

UF: #4 Gators Open Home Schedule Against #2 Maryland at 7:00pm Tonight – Live Stream/SEC Network

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  Author's Note:  If you need an early season lacrosse fix this one is for you! Of course, if Valentine's Day plans intercede we'll understand but there is DVR as an option . . .    via UF press release   Game Notes GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The sixth-ranked Florida Gators continue their slate of challenging non-conference play as the team welcomes No. 2 Maryland to Donald R. Dizney Stadium on Thursday. Opening draw is set for 7 p.m. on SEC Network +, with Bernie Guenther and Cara Cannington on the call. No. 6 Florida vs. No. 2 Maryland Live Stream The Gators are coming off an impressive 16-9 road win over No. 17 Colorado, while the Terrapins earned their first win at home, defeating George Mason 16-5. This is the fifth meeting between these two teams, wi
FIT Women:  Scotland Edges FIT 18-17 in Exhibition Game

FIT Women: Scotland Edges FIT 18-17 in Exhibition Game

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  via SportsLowdown.com, SportsLowdown.com is run by Donny Rieber and focuses on FIT Sports   Excerpt: It was a high scoring affair Monday night at Florida Tech Panther Stadium where the Panthers women’s lacrosse team lost to the Scotland National Team 18-17 in an exhibition match. “We’re young, so we’re trying to get used to playing together and working together as a unit,” said new Panthers head coach McKenzie Rafferty after the game. “Right now it’s good to get out here and have some competition other than ourselves.” The first half of the game was played with International rules and the second used the collegiate rules. “That was something new for the girls and something we hadn’t played for a while,” said Rafferty. “We were trying to get used to that and
MCLA:  Florida’s Byrnes Has Commanding Performance

MCLA: Florida’s Byrnes Has Commanding Performance

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  via MCLA press release   ATLANTA – After lead the Gators to a pair of key non-conference road victories, Florida junior attackman Liam Byrnes earns MCLA Division I Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour for the period ending Feb. 10. The burly (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) attackman started the weekend by dishing out three assists in the Gators’ 9-5 victory against LSU in Baton Rouge. He also gobbled up four ground balls in the victory. On Saturday, the Garden City, N.Y., product struck for a hat trick against Oklahoma as Florida completed the weekend sweep with a 12-4 triumph. “Both our contests this weekend started as low-scoring, defensive affairs,” said Florida coach Garrett Hanrahan. “Goaltending was excellent in both games, and it was clear
#9 Saint Leo Overwhelms Notre Dame De Namur 27-8

#9 Saint Leo Overwhelms Notre Dame De Namur 27-8

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  via Saint Leo's press release   SAINT LEO, Fla. – The No. 9 Saint Leo Lions registered a 27-8 win over the Notre Dame De Namur Argonauts, a new program record for goals in a game. The Green and Gold saw 21 different Lions earn a point while 18 different sticks scored at University Turf Stadium on Monday night. Saint Leo (2-0) put up 61 shots by 22 different players. Liam Mueller dished out six points scoring a goal and five assists in the Lions dominant win. Philip Buque, the Sunshine State Conference Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, scored a goal and three assists. Charlie Kurtenbachhanded in a hat-trick and an assist for a four-point performance. Mitchell Bye matched Buque and Kurtenbach's four points off a pair of goals and assists. Tyler Eames also c
FIT Men:  Penn Gets First Win as Panthers Wrangle Cobras in Opener 10-7

FIT Men: Penn Gets First Win as Panthers Wrangle Cobras in Opener 10-7

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  via FIT press release - photo by Stacey Wylie   Logan Sweeney records hat-trick as Florida Tech defeats Coker, 10-7, on the road HARTSVILLE, S.C. – The Florida Tech men's lacrosse team opened the 2019 season Sunday by defeating Coker College, 10-7, on the road. The Panthers showed few nerves in their season opener, racing out to a large halftime lead and then holding off a late Coker rally to earn the victory. The win is also special to head coach Mark Penn as it is his first as a college head coach, and it came in his first ever game at the collegiate level. "It feels great to get that first one under my belt," said Penn. "But this is really about the men and the program and moving one step forward. I know I wasn't hired to win one game. But I'm grateful and 1
PBA Men:  Sailfish Men’s Lax Gains Dominating 23-8 Victory Over Notre Dame de Namur

PBA Men: Sailfish Men’s Lax Gains Dominating 23-8 Victory Over Notre Dame de Namur

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  via PBA press release   DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Palm Beach Atlantic men's lacrosse offense came alive on Sunday afternoon as the 'Fish defeated Notre Dame de Namur 23-8 in a game played at Embry-Riddle University. Eleven players scored a goal for the 'Fish as PBA picked up their first win of the season. Jackson Miller led the way with four goals and an assist while Ben Justice and Townsend Brown each had six points on three goals and three assists each. Jesse Ball also finished the game with three goals and an assist. PBA got things started 1:40 into the first quarter as Austin Figas netted the first goal off a feed from Zack Figura. Nine seconds later it was Brown who scored his first of the game. Miller made it 3-0 with 12:25 to play in the first before Notre Dame de N
Stetson Hatters Suffer 14-13 Overtime Heartbreak Loss to Quinnipiac

Stetson Hatters Suffer 14-13 Overtime Heartbreak Loss to Quinnipiac

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  via Stetson press release   Quinnipac's Allison Kuhn scored the game-winning goal just over three minutes into overtime as the Bobcats edged Stetson, 14-13, in the season-opener for both team Sunday at the Athletic Training Center. In a back-and-forth affair in which the largest lead was two goals, Stetson (0-1) forced overtime when Taylor Zuberer scored with 5:03 to play in the second half. The Hatters had three chances to take the lead in the final minutes of regulation but couldn't find the net. Stetson and Quinnipiac (1-0) spent the entire afternoon exchanging goals. Shelby Lehmann scored five goals in the first half for the Hatters but Stetson trailed, 7-6, when the game reached halftime. Sandra Stephan scored a pair for the Hatters to start the second ha