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JU:  High-Powered Offense, Solid Defense Leads WLAX in 19-9 Season Opener Over UC Davis

JU: High-Powered Offense, Solid Defense Leads WLAX in 19-9 Season Opener Over UC Davis

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Jacksonville Women
  via JU press release   BOX SCORE   JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The reigning ASUN Conference Champions continued its hot streak into 2019 as the Jacksonville University women's lacrosse team downed UC Davis, 19-9, Friday afternoon at D.B. Milne Field. "Our attack was very patient early in the game and worked the clock and transition game at various times today. We had some first game jitters in our shots and some missed opportunities on the draw and ground ball games, but the team played hard and focused for 60 minutes," stated Head Coach Mindy McCord following the win. A standout performance from freshman goalie Dayna Martinetto added confidence in the backfield as the Manorville, N.Y. native posted five saves, four ground balls, and caused four turnovers in
FIT Women:  #7/10 Panthers Defeat Bears on the Road to Give Rafferty First Win

FIT Women: #7/10 Panthers Defeat Bears on the Road to Give Rafferty First Win

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Florida Tech Women
  via FIT press release - photo by Louis Marinacci   BOX SCORE   Florida Tech begins season with 13-8 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne HICKORY, N.C. – No. 7/10 Florida Tech kicked off its 2019 season Friday afternoon by earning a 13-8 road victory over Lenoir-Rhyne at Moretz Stadium. The win is the first for the new era of Panther women's lacrosse under head coach McKenzie Rafferty and assistant coach Alex Gurecki. For Rafferty, this is her first career victory as a collegiate head coach, and it came in her first game at the helm. Sam Schiano got the Panthers on the board first in the game, scoring unassisted just one minute after the opening draw. The Bears answered with their own solo tally by Gia Colombo to tie the contest at 1-1 with 27:33 remaining in the f
JU Men:  Dolphins’ Second-Half Spark Dimmed in Night Contest, Fall 14-12 to Marquette

JU Men: Dolphins’ Second-Half Spark Dimmed in Night Contest, Fall 14-12 to Marquette

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Jacksonville Men
  via JU press release   BOX SCORE   JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Sparked by a second half rally and a handful of highlight reel goals, the Jacksonville University men's lacrosse team was unable to overcome a strong first quarter from Marquette as the Dolphins ran out of time in a 14-12 decision, Friday evening at D.B. Milne Field. "I left the locker room tonight upset and frustrated with myself that I haven't done enough to get our team over the hump. Our group is talented, athletic, and has unbelievable potential for this season," stated head coach John Galloway following the loss. "It is on me to make sure they trust me and I have failed to do that in the first three weeks of the season. Instead of harping on our players, I am going to take a good look in the mi
Saint Leo:  Women’s Lacrosse Starts Off 2019 Right; Defeats Rockhurst 15-8

Saint Leo: Women’s Lacrosse Starts Off 2019 Right; Defeats Rockhurst 15-8

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Saint Leo Women
  via Saint Leo press release   BOX SCORE   SAINT LEO, Fla. – The Saint Leo women's lacrosse team downed Rockhurst 15-8 in University Turf Stadium to open the 2019 season. The Green and Gold jumpstarted the night with a six-goal lead from five different scorers. "I'm happy to get the first win under our belts. We saw a lot of opportunities to improve moving forward," said head coach Caitlin Hansen.  Our two transfers, Janee Deluca and Ashley Salvett showed a competitive edge that we will need to be successful in the Sunshine State Conference (SSC)." Saint Leo (1-0) was paced by a three-prong attack in the form of junior transfer Janee DeLuca, Lexie Walstad, and Leslie Ferguson. DeLuca and Walstad each registered five-point performances. DeLuca scored thr
PBA Men:  Sailfish Stun #7 NYIT 17-11 in Home Opener!

PBA Men: Sailfish Stun #7 NYIT 17-11 in Home Opener!

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, PBA Men
  Author's Note:  This victory can not be understated in how big it is for the young PBA program and Coach Tempone.  Congrats to them for this win!   via PBA press release - photo by Ron Hilliard   BOX SCORE   WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Palm Beach Atlantic men's lacrosse pulled off the biggest victory in their young program's history, defeating No. 7 New York Tech 17-11 on Thursday night. The win is the first for PBA over a ranked opponent in program history. The Sailfish (2-1) jumped out to an early 2-0 lead as Ben Justice put the 'Fish on top inside the first minute of the game. Blake Israel added the first of his three goals of the night before the Bears (0-1) finally got on the board four minutes in. PBA led 5-2 after one as Jackson Miller scored back-
UF:  #6 Gators Fall to #2 Maryland 17-12

UF: #6 Gators Fall to #2 Maryland 17-12

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Gators Women, Florida Lacrosse News
  via UF press release - photo by Nati Rodriguez   Box Score (PDF) | SECN+ Recap | Game Highlights GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The sixth-ranked Florida lacrosse team fought to the end against the No. 2 Maryland Terrapins, but fell 17-12 on Thursday night at Donald R. Dizney Stadium. Lindsey Ronbeck led the way on the offensive front for the Gators, putting up eight goals on the night. Her eight goals tied her career-best, as is tied for the most goals in a game by a Florida player in program history. Grace Haus added a hat trick of her own, while Sydney Pirreca pitched in one goal and two assists. Hannah Mardiney had a career-best day, dishing out four assists – all to Ronbeck. The Gators' defense caused seven Maryland turnovers, led by two from Sabrina Cristode
FSC Women:  Balanced Attack Leads Mocs Past Rockhurst 19-7 In Season Opener

FSC Women: Balanced Attack Leads Mocs Past Rockhurst 19-7 In Season Opener

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  via FSC press release   LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse opened the season on a 9-0 run en route to a 19-7 victory over Rockhurst on Thursday night at Moccasin Field. The No. 3 Moccasins (1-0) used goals from 11 different players to keep the Hawks (0-2) still searching for their first victory of 2019. Grace Glinecki lead the offense with three goals on the evening. Florida Southern's first four goals came on free position shots from Sarah Grady (2), Maliah Benedetto, and Glinecki. Clare Goessling led the Hawks with four goals in the final 35 minutes of the game. HOW IT HAPPENED • Grady put the Mocs on the board just 22 seconds into the game, after being awarded a free position shot, giving the Mocs an early lead they would never surrend