via Saint Leo web site SAINT LEO, Fla. – The Saint Leo women's lacrosse season is set to open the 2018 season on Sunday, February 11 at 1:00 p.m under the direction of first year head coach Caitlin Hansen. Saint Leo will open the season hosting three straight games at University Turf Stadium beginning on Sunday, February 11, at 1:00 p.m. against Molloy. Opening day… The Sunday afternoon home opener will feature the Saint Leo Lions against the Molloy College Lions. Molloy College will face Florida Tech in Melbourne, Fla. on Friday, February 9 before heading to Saint Leo on Sunday. The Molloy women's lacrosse team was ranked 17th overall in the Nike/US Lacrosse Division II Women's Preseason Top 20, selected fourth in the East Conference preseason poll. Promot
via SL web site - photo by David Dermer SAINT LEO, Fla. – The Saint Leo men's lacrosse team rolled over Lincoln Memorial 20-6 on Saturday. The home opener featured a historic day as Jake Gilmour became Saint Leo's newest career points holder. The senior attacker's two goal, four assist day raises his career points count to 177 (87 goals, 90 assists). Charlie Kurtenbach led the Lions' scoring with five goals from 12 shots. Kyle Pauwels peppered the stat sheet with three goals, six assists. Thomas Tatarian earned 18 saves in the 60 minutes of action. The Basics Final Score: Saint Leo Lions 20, Lincoln Memorial University 6 Location: Saint Leo, Fla. | University Turf Stadium Records: SLU 2-0| LMU 2-1 How It Happened... 1Q | Charlie Kurtenbach found the back
via JU press release DURHAM, N.C. – Jacksonville University men's lacrosse matched No. 1 Duke goal-for-goal in the second period of Saturday afternoon's contest at a foggy Koskinen Stadium, but the Dolphins ultimately fell to the Blue Devils, 19-8. "Duke proved again today that they are very worthy of the number one ranking. They are a complete team from top to bottom and they showed our guys that for 60 minutes," stated head coach John Galloway. "I was incredibly disappointed with our effort and toughness in big moments of truth throughout the game. That is my fault for not preparing us well enough for this game. "With all that said, I am incredibly encouraged with this team's potential. Our defense, led by [freshman] Dixon Smith, has proven that they have the
via JU press release GAMEDAY INFORMATION Jacksonville University (0-0) vs. Michigan (0-1) DATE: Sunday, Feb. 11 TIME: Noon SITE: D.B. Milne Field – Jacksonville, Fla. LIVE STATS: Jacksonville LIVE VIDEO: ESPN3 (Marty Pullman and Hannah Wilcox) ADMISSION: Free PARKING: Free JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville University women's lacrosse opens its ninth season in program history Sunday, Feb. 11 when Michigan visits D.B. Milne Field for opening draw at noon. Sunday's contest marks the second time the Dolphins have squared up with the Wolverines, and the first time since the teams' inaugural meeting in 2014. Setting the Scene The Dolphins enter their ninth season in program history. Jacksonville finished the 2017 season with a 14-6 overall record.
via UT press release TAMPA, Fla. – The No. 6 University of Tampa Spartans defeat Queens University of Charlotte Royals by a final score of 14-9. INSIDE THE MATCHUP: Final: Tampa Spartans 14, Queens Royals 9 Records: Tampa (2-0), Queens (0-1) Location: Queens Sports Complex l Charlotte, N.C. All-time Series: Tampa leads the all-time series 4-0. Follow Us: @TampaSpartans on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Vimeo HOW IT HAPPENED: 1st Period The Royals were the first team on the board with a goal from Reed Murphy. Shortly after, Queens scored again leading the Spartans 2-0. Finally, at 11:52 Hunter Van Horn scored the first goal for Tampa, the assist by Matt Vetter. Queens answered with another goal making it 3-1. Van Horn then s
via FSC press release SALISBURY, NC - Six different players tallied at least two goals as Florida Southern College women's lacrosse dominated Catawba, 24-6, in the 2018 season opener on Saturday afternoon at Shuford Stadium. The No. 2 Moccasins (1-0) won their second-straight regular-season opener and improved to 2-0 all-time against the Indians (0-1). Emily Santoli led Florida Southern with four goals, while four other players recorded a hat trick. The Mocs will stay on the road and head to Greenville, TN tomorrow for an 11 a.m. contest at Tusculum. Florida Southern opens its home slate at the brand-new Moccasin field when it takes on No. 1 Adelphi in the most highly-anticipated early matchup of the season at 12 p.m. on Feb. 17. HOW IT HAPPENED • Florida Sout
Tampa Write Up - via UT press release Spartans Upset No. 11 Tars in Season Opener TAMPA, Fla. – The University of Tampa women's lacrosse team upsets No. 11 Rollins College 10-6. INSIDE THE MATCHUP: Final: Tampa 10, Rollins 6 Records: Tampa (1-0, SSC 1-0), Rollins (0-1, SSC 0-1) Location: Naimoli Family Field | Tampa, Fla. All-time Series: Rollins leads the series, 5-1 Follow Us: @TampaSpartans on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Vimeo. HOW IT HAPPENED: 1st Half The Spartans had the first goal of the game from Maggie Gladden at 26:27. Senior, Amanda Rom scored her first of the season at 23:28. The Tars answered back with a goal at 22:35. Spartans still lead 2-1. Gladden netted her second goal at 7:01 with the assist