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FSC Women:  Brenna Smith Named Preseason ALL-American by US Lacrosse Magazine

FSC Women: Brenna Smith Named Preseason ALL-American by US Lacrosse Magazine

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, FSC Women
 via FSC press release BALTIMORE, Md. – Florida Southern women's lacrosse standout Brenna Smith has been named a Preseason All-American by US Lacrosse Magazine. The junior is one of four midfielders named to the 13-member Division II Women's list.Smith earned Third Team  All-America honors from Inside Lacrosse after last season, where she recorded 26 goals and eight assists for 34 points, leading the Mocs in all three categories. On March 2, she scored a season-high six goals in a loss to No. 2 Queens (N.C.), then posted a five-goal performance on March 6, against No. 6 Regis (Colo.). For her efforts that week, she was named the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week. After the season ended, Smith was named as one of nine finalists on the Inside Lacrosse Pla...
FIT Women:  Kaplan Named Preseason All-American

FIT Women: Kaplan Named Preseason All-American

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Florida Tech Women
 via FIT press release MELBOURNE, Fla. – Florida Tech midfielder Mollie Kaplan has been named a preseason All-American by US Lacrosse Magazine.Thirteen student-athletes from 11 schools were selected by the magazine as 2021 Division II Preseason All-Americans. Kaplan and Brenna Smith from Florida Southern are the two representatives from the Sunshine State Conference on the list.Last season, Kaplan earned Honorable Mention All-America honors from Inside Lacrosse after recording 18 goals, eight assists, 35 draw controls, 18 groundballs and six caused turnovers. She registered a point in all eight games in 2020, including season-highs with six goals, five groundballs and five draw controls in Tech's 17-10 victory over Young Harris.The Boca Raton, Florida nati...
Hagerty 2022 Carly Bitner Commits to St. Leo!

Hagerty 2022 Carly Bitner Commits to St. Leo!

Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Girls Recruiting, Recruiting
 Congratulations to Carly on her college choice and good luck in the future! NameCarly BitnerHigh SchoolHagerty High SchoolGraduation Year2022College ChoiceSt Leo UniversityClub AffiliationsBeast lacrosse clubWhy did you choose this college?The main reason I choose St Leo was because I love how tight the community is. It is a smaller school which means that as a student and athlete you get to have close relationships with your teachers, teammates and fellow students. That aspect of the school was really appealing and made me feel like St Leo was my home for the next 4 years.What are your first memories of the sport?My first memories of playing lacrosse was when I was in middle school, having my Saturday morning games...
FLN Catches Up With Booker Corrigan in Tampa at the Under Armour Call Back Academy!

FLN Catches Up With Booker Corrigan in Tampa at the Under Armour Call Back Academy!

Across The LAX World, Boys Recruiting, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Recruiting, The LAX Community
 FLN's own Mark Geddis caught up with Booker Corrigan, longtime Lacrosse broadcaster, event runner and all around good guy in Tampa last weekend as his organization put on the Under Armour Call Back Academy.Booker's best known event to most of us in the Florida Lacrosse community is the annual Under Armour All American Game (both for Boys and Girls), an event for 44 of the best players in America in their senior year of high school.  Florida fans will remember that participants from Florida include Dylan Hess, Christian Tomei, Regan Alexander and Caitlyn Wurzburger, among others.Booker has targeted Florida as a great place to hold his national events, as you'll see in these interviews. Part 1 - The Under Armour All American Game https://twitter.co...
Tampa Men:  Dickerson Named USLM Division II Preseason Player of the Year

Tampa Men: Dickerson Named USLM Division II Preseason Player of the Year

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Tampa Men
 via US Lacrosse Magazine Ross Dickerson, the Tampa's prolific faceoff specialist, has been named the US Lacrosse Magazine Division II Men’s Preseason Player of the Year.Last season, Dickerson won 118 of 145 faceoff attempts for a blistering 81.4 percent. He recorded 83 ground balls while also contributing one goal and two assists for a Tampa team that finished the season ranked No. 3 in the Nike / US Lacrosse Magazine Division II Men's Top 20.Dickerson projects to finish as the most successful faceoff specialist in NCAA history when factoring in all divisions. His career winning percentage of 76.1 is slightly better than that of Yale's TD Ierlan, who is also a fifth-year senior. Ierlan currently owns a winning percentage of 75.3. 
Another Challenge Hits the Lacrosse Community

Another Challenge Hits the Lacrosse Community

Across The LAX World, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Lee's Corner, The LAX Community
 A couple of weeks ago I got a phone call out of the blue from Chris Bocklet, who I hadn't seen for about 4 years (we had breakfast in Boca with Ernie Mahler) except for a brief conversation at a Florida Launch game and we discussed a clinic he was putting on in Delray Beach in late December.  His brother Matt, sister Casey and Sammy Jo Tracy were all participating and they were also slated to work a few other events. HC Andy Bolger of SJP II was helping to organize and host the event.  Chris was just about wrapping up his professional career, having joined PLL for a few games.  Mike was the President of the Denver Outlaws when the MLL folded recently, and he worked closely with SA HC Tony Seaman there.  Chris was quite the player at UVA, as was the rest ...
FSC: Dr. Loh Named to World Lacrosse Diversity and Opportunity Commission

FSC: Dr. Loh Named to World Lacrosse Diversity and Opportunity Commission

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, FSC Men, FSC Women
 via FSC press release  COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Florida Southern College Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Katherine Loh has been appointed to the Diversity and Opportunity Commission by World Lacrosse, the global governing body for the sport of women's lacrosse. The brand new Diversity and Opportunity Commission will form part of a global Commission for World Lacrosse participating in strategic and policy development and, as appropriate, take the lead for specific projects and communications with an aim of positioning World Lacrosse as a champion for inclusion and diversity across all its activities. Loh applied for a position on the new Commission, and went through a rigorous selection process. She stated, "I am really excited and honored to serve on the Commis...