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Rollins Women:  #7 Tars Bow Out of NCAA D2 Tournament in 14-13 Overtime Loss to #10 Queens

Rollins Women: #7 Tars Bow Out of NCAA D2 Tournament in 14-13 Overtime Loss to #10 Queens

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  via Rollins press release   BOX SCORE   Rollins Closes Out 2019 Campaign with Record of 15-3 TAMPA, Fla.  (May 12, 2019) – The seventh-ranked Rollins women's lacrosse team concluded their 2019 season after a hard-fought 14-13 overtime defeat to the No. 10 Queens University of Charlotte Royals on Sunday afternoon in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals.  With the loss, the Tars wrap-up the season with a record of 15-3, while the Royals advance to the Semifinals for the first time in program history and hold onto a record of 19-2. The game marked the second-straight overtime contest for the Tars in the 2019 NCAA DII Tournament.  Just two days prior, the Tars defeated No. 6 and second-seeded Florida Southern by a score of 12-11 in the tournament First Round in o
3 SSC Teams in NCAA D2 Women’s Bracket!

3 SSC Teams in NCAA D2 Women’s Bracket!

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  Author's Note:  Unfortunately, they are all in the same quadrant so only one can get to the national semifinals!   PRINTABLE BRACKET   Links to each school's press release:   Rollins:  Tars Return to NCAA Tournament; Earn No. 3 Seed LINK   Tampa: Not posted yet   FSC: Moccasins Earn No. 2 Seed in 2019 South Regional Tournament LINK  
SSC Women’s Semifinals – FSC & Tampa Move On To The Finals!

SSC Women’s Semifinals – FSC & Tampa Move On To The Finals!

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  via school press releases   #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
Weekday College Wrap Up!

Weekday College Wrap Up!

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  As you might have noticed, the District playoff previews, with the game recaps from last week and the final Weekly top 25 poll, crowded out the college recaps we normally publish from the weekend.  For those looking forward towards those, sorry for skipping them but we just didn't have the time to get to them. Some games were played this week during the week and here are the links to them as well as the College poll links and the Player of the Week articles in the conferences.   SSC Women:  #6 Tampa Defeats #22 Saint Leo 19-13 on Wednesday Tampa Recap Saint Leo Recap   SSC Women:  #3 Rollins Defeats Embry-Riddle 17-6 on Wednesday Rollins Recap Embry-Riddle Recap   ASun Women:  Stetson falls to Mercer 20-13 on Thursday Stetson Recap &nbs...
SSC Women:  A 5-Star Battle!  #5 Rollins Defeats #5 Tampa 18-10 – Both School Recaps!

SSC Women: A 5-Star Battle! #5 Rollins Defeats #5 Tampa 18-10 – Both School Recaps!

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  BOX SCORE   via Rollins press release   German Nets 11 Points as Fifth-Ranked Rollins Overwhelms No. 5 Tampa,18-10   German Nets New Program Record for Points in a Game with Five Goals and Career High Six Assists WINTER PARK, Fla.  (April 10, 2019) – Senior attacker Kallie German notched a new program record for overall points scored in a game as she scored five goals and dished out a career high six assists for 11 points on the night, helping lift the fifth-ranked Rollins women's lacrosse team to an 18-10 victory over No. 5 University of Tampa on Wednesday evening at Cahall-Sandspur Field. Both teams entered into the game in a tie for fifth place on the latest IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll, announced earlier this week, marking the first time R
SSC Women: #2 Rollins Gets Past FIT, Rain Delays for 9-7 Win – All Recaps!

SSC Women: #2 Rollins Gets Past FIT, Rain Delays for 9-7 Win – All Recaps!

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  BOX SCORE   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
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