College Roundup for March 11th-12th – Game Recaps, Polls the SSC Players of the Week!

 

Here’s the links to press releases that came out and the various college polls, along with the Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week!

 

PBA Women:

March 11th – Sailfish Roll Past Oglethorpe

LINK

 

FIT Women:

March 12th – No. 24 Florida Tech Overpowers The Rock for Third Win in a Row

LINK

 

Florida Gators Women:

March 12th – Trio of Gators Earn AAC Weekly Nods

LINK

 

College Polls

 

USILA Men D1

USILA Men D2

IWLCA Women D1

IWLCA Women D2

Inside Lacrosse Men D1 Media Poll

Quint’s IL Top 20 Men D1

 

Sunshine State Conference Players Of The Week

 

Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week

Philip Buque / Saint Leo University / Jr. / Attack / Whitby, Ontario, Canada

Buque takes Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in Saint Leo’s 12-11 win over No. 20 Assumption College. During the game, the Ontario native tallied five points, four goals, and one assist. Buque took 11 shots against the Greyhounds, five on goal, picked up two ground balls and had one caused turnover. It is the second weekly honor of the year for the junior attackman.

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week

Will Eckert / Rollins College / Fr. / Goalie / Bristow, Virginia
Eckert was selected Defensive Player of the Week for his goaltending performance in Rollins’ 12-8 victory over Westminster College. The Bristow, Virginia native entered the game after the Tars starting goalie exited due to injury. The Freshman registered 13 saves after facing 19 shots in his 38 minutes on the field. Eckert finished with a 0.684 save percentage while adding a ground ball and a caused turnover to his stat sheet. The Tars went 16-18 on clearing attempts and allowed two goals on five man-down opportunities.

Men’s Lacrosse Specialist of the Week

Mark Urso / Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University / Jr. / FO / Sandy Hook, Connecticut
Urso earns Specialist of the Week honors for his performance at the faceoff X in Embry-Riddle’s wins against Georgian Court University (7-6, OT), Emmanuel College (10-5), and Chowan University (18-12). For the week, the Sandy Hook, Connecticut product won 51-of-62 faceoffs (0.823), picked up 36 ground balls, and had two goals. Urso’s top game came against Chowan, in which he won 24 faceoffs, had 17 ground balls, and scored two goals. This is Urso’s second weekly award this season.

Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week

Sarah Grady / Florida Southern College / Jr. / Attack / Cumming, Georgia
Grady is awarded Offensive Player of the Week for her performance in Florida Southern’s wins over Wingate University (20-7) and No. 22 Queens University of Charlotte (14-12). Against the Bulldogs, Grady tallied one goal, four assists, and one caused turnover in 60 minutes of action. The Cumming, Georgia native then registered four goals, two assists, three ground balls, and one caused turnover against the Royals. For the week, the junior had 11 points off of five goals and six assists. She also tallied three ground balls and two caused turnovers.

Women’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week

Dani Bursinger / Florida Southern College / Sr. / Midfield / Powell, Ohio
Bursinger takes Defensive Player of the Week honors for her efforts in Florida Southern’s wins over Wingate University (20-7) and No. 22 Queens University of Charlotte (14-12). The Powell, Ohio product won nine draw controls, had two grounds balls, and one goal against the Bulldogs. Against the Royals, Bursinger won a season-high 18 draw controls, adding to her SSC leading 8.00 draw controls per game.

 

 

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