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SSC Women:  Daleo Sets New School Record With Nine Goals Scored as FSC Women’s Lacrosse Beats Lynn, 21-5

SSC Women: Daleo Sets New School Record With Nine Goals Scored as FSC Women’s Lacrosse Beats Lynn, 21-5

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 via FSC press release BOX SCOREBOCA RATON, Fla. – The No. 7 Florida Southern College women's lacrosse team returned to action after a 14-day layoff and defeated host Lynn University, 21-5, on Wednesday night. The Mocs are now 6-1 overall this season, while Lynn is 2-6. Hailey Daleo set a new school record with nine goals on the day, while adding a pair of assists for 11 total points. Her 14 shots taken also set a new school record. Marina Jozokos also had 11 points tonight, on six goals and five assists.HOW IT HAPPENED1st HalfThe game was never in doubt, as the Mocs scored the game's first goal less than four minutes in, when senior Marina Jozokos fed sophomore Hailey Daleo for her first goal of the game. Senior midfielder Catherine DeKorte scor...
SSC Men:  Rollins Wins 4th Straight, 17-9 over Saint Leo – Both Recaps

SSC Men: Rollins Wins 4th Straight, 17-9 over Saint Leo – Both Recaps

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 via the school's press releases - photo by Mike Watters, Rollins College  Tars Dominate Lions Behind Pringle's Seven Goals  BOX SCOREWINTER PARK, Fla. (April 28, 2021) – Rollins led from start to finish, as the Tars dominated Saint Leo, 17-9.  The Tars won their fourth consecutive game, moving to 5-2 overall.  The Lions drop to 3-5 overall.Bailey Pringle starred for Rollins, setting a career high, and tying the school record, with seven goals.  Finn Jent tallied a hat trick, and Brandon Carlin added a pair of scores.  Ryan Dunn and Grant Long each tallied two assists.  Justin Isenhour caused three turnovers on the defensive side of the ball, while Connor Coltharp also forced three turnovers, as the Tars held the Lions to 15-21 on clears.  Patrick Thoma...
Gators Topple Flames 17-2 in Regular Season Finale

Gators Topple Flames 17-2 in Regular Season Finale

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 via UF press release BOX SCOREGAINESVILLE, Fla. – The eighth-ranked Florida lacrosse team defeated the Liberty Flames 17-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Donald R. Dizney Stadium to close out the regular season.The Gators improve to 14-2 on the year, while the Flames drop to 9-8 in the 2021 campaign. This is the eighth time in program history that Florida has won at least 14 regular season games and the Gators have now won 11-straight games.Shannon Kavanagh led the way offensively for Florida, recording four goals on the afternoon. Brianna Harris pitched in three goals of her own in the game, while Kassidy Bresnahan, Grace Haus and Danielle Pavinelli each registered two.Charlotte Harmon, Liz Harrison, Emily Heller and Janine Suris each found the back of th...
Saint Leo Women:  Marisa Souchak Named Yeardley R Love Unsung Hero Finalist!

Saint Leo Women: Marisa Souchak Named Yeardley R Love Unsung Hero Finalist!

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 via Saint Leo press release SAINT LEO, Fla. – Marisa Souchak, a junior defender on the Saint Leo women's lacrosse team, was honored as one of three Division II finalists for the 2021 Yeardley Reynolds Love (YRL) Unsung Hero award. The elite award is given by the One Love Foundation and recognizes the accomplishments of men's and women's collegiate lacrosse players from Divisions I, II, and III who demonstrate dedication, integrity, humility, hard work, community service, leadership, kindness, and sportsmanship - all qualities Yeardley Love exemplified throughout her life.The YRL Unsung Hero committee, made up of 12 individuals, honored Souchak after fourth-year head coach Caitlin Hansen nominated the Sarasota, Fla. native. Hansen opened her letter to the award co...
FLN’s Top 15 Power Ranking of the Florida D1 Kids!

FLN’s Top 15 Power Ranking of the Florida D1 Kids!

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 Okay, a few insights into how I did this.It's based on THIS SEASON only, so those kids who are not playing this year due to their school's COVID decisions will not be seen on this list.  Players like Christian Cropp of Yale, Brad Baker of Holy Cross and now Devin Naidoo of Quinnipiac, which just shut their season down, fall off consideration.  Naidoo was close to making the list until the shutdown.I tried to make this as much of an IMPACT list as possible, so don't be surprised if better stats didn't mean high ranking.  I tried to keep strength of schedule in mind too but it isn't the be all and end all.You will notice one GROUPING in this list, as it is a unique situation as you will see in the explanation.There are plenty of Florida kids who are not under consid...
Gulf Breeze Alum Clarke Haas Named Appalachian Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, 1st Team All-Conference!

Gulf Breeze Alum Clarke Haas Named Appalachian Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, 1st Team All-Conference!

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 via SCAD web site  Author's Note:  Park Vista's Sydney Bowers also named to the First Team All-Conference!  ASHVILLE, N.C. – Clarke Haas (Pensacola, Fla. / Fashion Marketing and Management) has been named Appalachian Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, five named to the Appalachian Athletic Conference First-Team while three were named to the Second Team.Sydney Bowers (Lake Worth, Fla. / Film and Television), Aly De Caro (El Dorado Hills, Calif. / Advertising and Branding), Haas, Sophia Milia (Birmingham, Mich. / Business of Beauty & Fragrance) and Katie Rowell (Waldwick, N.J. / Industrial Design) were named to the First Team while Tatum Crouch (Easton, Md. / Fashion Marketing and Management), Tracy Richards (Poway, Calif. / Visual Effects) and Al...
Strong First Half Not Enough as Stetson Hatters Fall to Coastal Carolina 13-8

Strong First Half Not Enough as Stetson Hatters Fall to Coastal Carolina 13-8

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 via Stetson press release - photo by Steve Simoneau BOX SCOREDeLand, Fla. -- Erin Collier recorded her second consecutive hat trick, but Coastal Carolina defeated Stetson 13-8 Sunday afternoon at the Athletic Training Center.Collier was one of eight seniors honored by the Hatters prior to the game.  Stetson also recognized Sarah Flatt, Quinn Roe, Riley Reagan, Anne Ryan Lanz, Marina Rotella, Taylor Zuberer, and Jaclynn Levy for their contributions to the program.A strong opening 30 minutes saw Stetson (1-7) take a 4-3 lead into the break. Roe and Rotella each scored once and Collier scored twice, including an unassisted goal with 13 seconds left in the half.Coastal Carolina (10-6) scored the first eight goals of the second half to take control of the ...