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Stetson Hatters Announce 2019 Schedule

Stetson Hatters Announce 2019 Schedule

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  via Stetson press release   Eleven home games, including contests with Fresno State, Marquette, and Jacksonville, highlight Stetson's 2019 lacrosse schedule. "I'm really excited about our schedule this year," Leach said. "We have great balance in the schedule. Having just one game a week for the first seven or eight weeks will allow us to focus on just one game at a time and that should help us prepare and grow over the early part of the season." The Hatters open the new campaign at home on Feb. 10 vs. Quinnipiac and follow that contest with a game against Monmouth (Feb. 16). Other non-conference home games for the Hatters include contests against Fresno State (Mar. 3), Marquette (Mar. 10), Bryant (Mar. 17), Furman (Mar. 29), Wofford (Mar. 31), and Cincinnati ...
Stetson Lacrosse Releases Fall Schedule

Stetson Lacrosse Releases Fall Schedule

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  via Stetson press release - photo by Steve Simoneau   Stetson lacrosse head coach Christy Leach today announced the Hatters' fall schedule. The schedule begins with an Alumni Game on Sept. 21, and is followed by games against a variety of opponents. "We are excited to play many different opponents this fall over four weekends," Leach said. "We will be able to see a lot of development from our players over these time periods, and gain a wealth of experience for our newcomers. It will be great to see what we are capable of against many different opponents. It will be a great preview for our spring season." Following the Alumni Game, the Hatters will play a pair of games in Lakeland on Sept. 29, against both Florida Southern and Rollins. The first weekend in O
Stetson:  Lacrosse Welcomes Seven Newcomers for 2019 Campaign

Stetson: Lacrosse Welcomes Seven Newcomers for 2019 Campaign

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  via Stetson press release - photo by Steve Simoneau   The Stetson University lacrosse program announced the addition of seven new players who will be a part of the Hatters for the 2019 women's lacrosse season. "I am excited to welcome these seven newcomers to our program," head coach Christy Leach said. "They bring a variety of backgrounds and experience, and I am excited to start working with them this fall. I know this group will help elevate us to an ASUN Championship in the spring." The seven newcomers each hails from a different state. The Hatters signed players from Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Each player has an extensive history of success in lacrosse at the club and high school varsity level. Erin
Stetson:  Lacrosse Announces Fall, Winter Clinics

Stetson: Lacrosse Announces Fall, Winter Clinics

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  via Stetson press release   Registration is now open for the Stetson Lacrosse fall and winter clinics. REGISTRATION LINK The clinics are scheduled for Sept. 15 and Nov. 16, 2018, and Jan. 26, 2019. The clinics will include skill instruction from Division I coaches and players, college-level drills, live playing situations and use of Stetson University athletic facilities. The goal of the clinics is to provide a competitive and fun environment in which players at all levels can learn and enhance their game through small-sided drills and game situations. Goalies will receive individualized skill instruction from our coaches in addition to receiving live playing opportunities. In addition, participants can take part in campus tours and enjoy lunch at Stetson's...
ASun:  JU Handles the Hatters 21-7 – Both School Recaps

ASun: JU Handles the Hatters 21-7 – Both School Recaps

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  via JU press release   Dolphins Tag Five Goals in 49 Seconds En Route to Senior Day Victory JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Highlighted by five goals in 49 seconds to break open the game, Jacksonville University women's lacrosse produced a memorable highlight reel on Senior Day en route to a 21-7 victory over Stetson in the ASUN Conference regular season finale, Sunday afternoon at D.B. Milne Field. The win capped the Dolphins' league slate at 5-0 for their fifth unblemished mark in the past six seasons, and fifth outright and sixth overall ASUN Regular Season title. The Dolphins (14-3, 5-0 ASUN) took an early 3-1 lead with goals from freshman Sarah Elms (27:58), senior Ashtyn Hiron (27:24), and junior Lillie Miller (25:22). However, the Hatters posted back-to-back tallies to d
Stetson:  Hatters Edged 12-11 in Final Minute by Mercer

Stetson: Hatters Edged 12-11 in Final Minute by Mercer

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  via Stetson press release   Mercer scored the game's final four goals, including the game-winner with 34 seconds to play, as the Bears edged Stetson, 12-11, Sunday at the Athletic Training Center in DeLand. After Riley Reagan gave Stetson (4-12 overall) an 11-8 lead with 7:29 remaining, the Bears went on their game-winning charge. Four different players scored goals during the spurt for Mercer (6-12), including Erica Coyne, who scored the game winner. The Hatters took control of the game, leading 4-1 after Erin Cornell scored the first of her three goals with 18:35 left in the first half. Stetson extended the lead to 8-2 when Cornell capped a run of four straight goals with 3:17 left before halftime. But Mercer edged closer with a pair of goals in the final 42
Stetson:  Hatters Fall Late to Kennesaw State 19-16

Stetson: Hatters Fall Late to Kennesaw State 19-16

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  via Stetson press release - photo by Steve Simoneau   Kennesaw State's Siena Gore scored seven goals, including six in the second half, as the Owls rallied for a 19-16 win over Stetson, Friday in ASUN Conference play at the Athletic Training Center in DeLand. The Hatters (4-11 overall, 1-3 ASUN) saw their postseason hopes take a serious blow with the loss. Stetson needed a win and some help to qualify for next month's tournament, but Friday's loss will likely leave the Hatters short. Stetson led 10-6 at halftime after a furious end to the first half. The Hatters scored three goals in the final 2:55, including a pair in the final 26 seconds whilst a man down. Stetson, in fact, scored five man-down goals on Friday.   Kennesaw State (6-9, 2-1) came ...