via FSC press release LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's lacrosse remained unbeaten with a pair of dominating victories on Monday. The No. 1 Moccasins (6-0) picked up a 23-10 win over Young Harris on Monday morning and followed that up with a 20-0 victory over Westminster in the afternoon. Shannon Gilfedder and Emily Santoli scored four goals each in the first game, while seven different players tallied at least two goals in the final game of the day. The 20-0 blanking of the Titans (0-1) is the Mocs' largest margin of victory since defeating Chowan by a 26-6 score on April 1, 2012, and is tied for the second-largest margin of victory in school history. Florida Southern improved to 3-0 all-time against Young Harris and handed the Mountain Lions (5-1)
Author's Note: Sorry, but I have to update the Belen part of this. I was working off the MaxPreps roster and there are three names that I have wrong. Since they combined for 9 goals and 2 assists it's a whopper. My apologies to the kids I misnamed and the updated article now reflects the proper ones. Ricardo Mayo is now Nico Smith, Jorge Suarez is now Dieter Prussing and John Micali is now Victor Mejer! Note: Gulliver-St Edward's pictures from Jen Uccelli and the Belen-BC pictures were provided to me by Orlando Fernandez Ernie Banks, someone the coaches know but the kids probably don't unless they are baseball aficionados, once said "It's a great day to play two!". Of course he was referring to his team doing that but I got to do the next best thing .
Congratulations to Noah for his perseverance through injury and he wish him good luck in the future! Name Noah Cash High School Saint Thomas Aquinas Graduation Year 2018 College Choice University of Maryland Club Affiliations Florida Xtreme, Sweetlax Why did you choose this college? I grew up watching Maryland lacrosse and have always been a fan of Big Ten sports. When I went on my visit, met all of the coaches, saw the facilities and campus I knew it was the only place for me. What are your first memories of the sport? Playing with my friends on Redhawks and Xtreme, having fun and traveling to tournaments together. What part of the process was most surprising to you about the recruiting process and what would you like to pas...
via the IWLCA web site 2018 IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll – March 5, 2018 Stony Brook University (4-0) held onto the top spot in the IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll after taking down Northwestern 15-10 in a road contest over the weekend. Maryland (4-1) stays put at number two, while Florida (4-1) and Boston College (7-0) move into the third and fourth position. North Carolina (3-2) drops to #5 after losing to Florida. The University of Virginia (5-0) used a one-goal victory over Syracuse to jump up to the sixth spot in the poll. James Madison (5-0) remains at #7, and Syracuse (3-1), Northwestern (4-2), and Towson (3-0) round out the top 10. Top-25 action this week starts off on Wednesday when #20 Denver hosts Virginia Tech (#24), Penn State (#17) visits
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via SSC press release Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week Nick Howard / Lynn University / Sr. / Midfield / Southington, Connecticut Howard exploded offensively with nine points behind eight goals and an assist as Lynn University went 2-0 this week. The Fighting Knights defeated Dominican College in their home opener, 14-5, before posting a big, 14-9, win over previously-ranked Wingate University. Howard had a career game against the Chargers, logging a natural hat trick through the halftime before burying two more. He finished with a career-high five goals, hitting the frame on six of his shot attempts. The junior offensive midfielder recorded another hat trick on Saturday and added an assist for a four-point outing in the win over the Bulldogs. He finish...
via JU press release JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A strong defensive showing combined with nine different players finding the back of the net allowed Jacksonville University women's lacrosse to bounce back with a 19-11 victory over Villanova at D.B. Milne Field. "It was a real impressive effort on a total team play. Assisting on almost half our goals and having that much diversity in scoring really is hard to stop," stated head coach Mindy McCord. "[Villanova] is one of the best draw teams out there and they have one of the best centers. We were able to change the tide in the second half to get closer in this and that gave us more possessions. We had a lot of second chance opportunities with our ground balls; even with all of the shots that hit pipe, we secured possession
from FLN Special Correspondent Anthony Cicio - photos submitted with article Atlanta, GA — Florida State’s lacrosse team traveled to Atlanta this past weekend to take on a pair of ranked opponents. The #22 Seminoles faced #9 Georgia Tech on Friday evening and #23 Minnesota on Saturday afternoon. FSU took down Georgia Tech, 10-7, for the first time in six years. They followed through on Saturday, defeating Minnesota, 6-5, in a game that came down to the final seconds. After this weekend, Florida State improved to 5-1 on the year, and is riding a three-game win streak against ranked opponents. Florida State took on Georgia Tech on a frigid Friday evening, with temperatures around 45 degrees at face-off. The Seminoles got off to a cold start, falling behind 3-1 af