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2018 ALL-SSC Women’s Lacrosse Awards

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Twenty-nine women’s lacrosse student-athletes are recognized as All-SSC in the fourth year of Sunshine State Conference women’s lacrosse. Lauren Tybor of Florida Tech is awarded Player of the Year honors. Bridget Sutter of the University of Tampa earns Freshman of the Year accolades, while UT’s Kelly Gallagher was selected Coach of the Year.

Voting for the All-SSC Women’s Lacrosse Team was conducted among the league’s head coaches.

All-SSC History: SSC Players and Coaches of the Year | All-SSC Teams

Tybor played in 16 games at midfield for Florida Tech in 2018, tallying 74 points from 45 goals and 29 assists with a .584 shooting percentage. The Jacksonville, Florida product also provided the Panthers with 106 draw controls, 42 ground balls, and 33 caused turnovers. The sophomore ranks second in conference draw controls per game (6.63) and caused turnovers per game (2.06). She is also Top-5 in SSC points per game (4.63) and assists per game (1.81). Tybor is the first SSC women’s lacrosse athlete to earn Freshman of the Year1 and Player of the Year honors. She is also the second Panther to be named Player of the Year2.

Sutter started all 17 games in goal for Tampa, accumulating over 880 minutes between the pipes this season. The Evergreen, Colorado native recorded 141 saves and allowed 137 goals for .507 save percentage in 2018. Her 9.33 goals against average helped the Spartans secure a 12-5 record, and is the lowest GAA in program history. Among conference goalkeepers, she ranks first in saves per game (8.29) and second in save percentage. Sutter is the first Tampa women’s lacrosse athlete to win an individual award.

Gallagher has been awarded Coach of the Year by her peers. In her fifth year leading Tampa’s program, Gallagher led her team to new heights. For the first time in school history, the Spartans posted winning records for an overall season (12-5) and in conference play (4-2). The 2018 Spartans squad also earned its first IWLCA national ranking3 and received its highest seed in the conference tournament to date4.

Florida Tech’s Sara Grenier becomes the first SSC women’s lacrosse student-athlete to earn First-Team accolades in four consecutive years. Kallie German (Rollins College), Meghan O’Brien (Florida Southern College), and Lindsay Van Beck (Rollins) are awarded ALL-SSC First-Team honors for a third straight  year. In total, 12 of this year’s 18 upperclassmen award winners repeat as an All-SSC selection.

Player of the Year: Lauren Tybor, Florida Tech
Freshman of the Year: Bridget Sutter, Tampa
Coach of the Year: Kelly Gallagher, Tampa

2018 All-SSC Women’s Lacrosse First Team
Attack Kallie German*~& Rollins Jr. Centreville, Maryland
Attack Meghan O’Brien*~ Florida Southern Sr. Rochester, New York
Attack Caroline Dunleavy*+ Florida Tech Sr. Annapolis, Maryland
Attack Sara Grenier*~• Florida Tech Sr. Oakland, Maine
Attack Rachel Crawford Tampa Jr. Arnold, Maryland
Midfield Lauren Tybor^@ Florida Tech So. Jacksonville, Florida
Midfield Emily Santoli*#† Florida Southern Sr. Fort Salonga, New York
Midfield Sam Schiano^~ Florida Tech Jr. Perry Hall, Maryland
Midfield McKenzie Jackson Embry-Riddle Fr. Bowie, Maryland
Defense Lindsey Van Beck*~ Rollins Jr. Atlanta, Georgia
Defense Samantha Keesey Florida Southern Jr. Bel Air, Maryland
Defense Alexa Scudillo Tampa So. Millstone, New Jersey
Defense Olivia Going* Florida Tech So. West Islip, New York
Goalie Bridget Sutter Tampa Fr. Evergreen, Colorado
2018 All-SSC Women’s Lacrosse Second Team
Attack Hannah Ashton^ Rollins So. Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Attack Mya Watson Embry-Riddle Fr. St. Johns, Florida
Attack Leslie Ferguson Saint Leo Jr. Marietta, Georgia
Midfield Dani Bursinger* Florida Southern Jr. Powell, Ohio
Midfield Claire Swanson^ Tampa So. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Midfield Mary Gormley*+† Florida Tech Sr. Denver, Colorado
Midfield Lily Rizk^ Rollins So. Columbus, Ohio
Midfield Marina Jozokos Florida Southern So. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Defense Brittney Embree Florida Tech Jr. Orlando, Florida
Defense Haley Heggblod^+ Florida Tech Sr. St. Augustine, Florida
Defense Kaitlin Prince Rollins Jr. Scarborough, Maine
Defense Sarah Rheinsmith Florida Southern Sr. Virginia Beach, Virginia
Defense Amanda Coppolo^ Saint Leo Gr. Guilderland, New York
Goalie Malorie Olin^~†Δ Rollins Sr. Skaneateles, New York
Goalie Stephanie Stuart*~ Florida Tech Sr. Palm Coast, Florida

* = 2017 First Team
^ = 2017 Second Team
# = 2017 Player of the Year
@ = 2017 Freshman of the Year
~ = 2016 First Team
+ = 2016 Second Team
& = 2016 Freshman of the Year
• = 2015 First Team
† = 2015 Second Team
Δ = 2015 Co-Freshman of the Year

1 Tybor was named Freshman of the Year in 2017
2 Allie Modica (Florida Tech) earned Player of the Year in 2016
3 UT was ranked No. 23 on February 26th. They ended the year at No. 16.
4 The Spartans earned the No. 3 seed

 

via SSC press release – Men’s release

 

All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Selections for 2018

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Forty-six student-athletes have been recognized as All-Conference in the fifth year of Sunshine State Conference men’s lacrosse. Saint Leo University, regular season champions, boast 11 All-SSC awards including Player of the Year and Coach of the Year.

Voting for the All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Team was conducted among the league’s head coaches.

All-SSC History: SSC Players and Coaches of the Year | All-SSC Teams

Saint Leo’s Jake Gilmour has been voted SSC Player of the Year for 2018. In 14 games for the Lions, Gilmour tallied 63 points from 29 goals and 34 assists with a .468 shooting percentage. The senior from Pickering, Ontario is the SSC leader in points per game (4.50) and assists per game (2.43). Gilmour becomes the first Saint Leo athlete to earn an individual award in men’s lacrosse.

B.J. Borowski from the University of Tampa is awarded Freshman of the Year honors after starting in 16 games for the Spartans. The Frederick County, Maryland native, recorded 135 saves and allowed 110 goals for .551 save percentage in 2018. His 8.12 goals against average helped the Spartans secure a 13-4 record, and stands as one of the lowest goals against average in program history. Among conference goalkeepers that made over 30 saves in 2018, he ranks second in goals against average and second in save percentage. Borowski is the second Spartan to be named Freshman of the Year1.

SSC coaches selected Brad Jorgensen as the 2018 SSC Coach of the Year. The 14-year head coach of Saint Leo earns the honor after going undefeated (7-0) in SSC play and posting a.929 winning percentage in the regular season (13-1). Under Jorgensen’s leadership, the Lions have risen to the fifth-ranked team in the USILA poll, won their first SSC regular-season title, and will host the conference postseason tournament. The honor is the first of his Jorgensen’s career.

Gilmour earns All-SSC recognition for the third consecutive year, he moves back up to the First Team after receiving Second Team accolades in 2017. Along with Gilmour, Tampa’s Andrew Kew also boasts three straight years of All-SSC honors. Joining Kew as a repeat First Team selection from 2017 are: Logan Sweeney (Florida Tech), Addison Abramson (Florida Tech), Dryden Brous (Lynn University), and Jake Bye (Saint Leo). In total, 14 of this year’s 21 upperclassmen award winners repeat as an All-SSC selection.

Player of the Year: Jake GIlmour, Saint Leo
Freshman of the Year: B.J. Borowski, Tampa
Coach of the Year: Brad Jorgensen, Saint Leo

2018 All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse First Team
Attack Jake Gilmour^~ Saint Leo Sr. Pickering, Ontario
Attack Andrew Kew*+& Tampa Jr. Oakville, Ontario
Attack Bryan Wright Tampa So. Moorestown, New Jersey
Midfield Logan Sweeney* Florida Tech Jr. Sykesville, Maryland
Midfield Jake Mosher McGraw^ Tampa So. Saint John, New Brunswick
Midfield Anthony Visintin^ Saint Leo Sr. Wading River, New York
LSM Addison Abramson* Florida Tech Jr. Reisterstown, Maryland
SSDM Lucas Brush^+ Rollins Sr. Dublin, Ohio
FOS Dryden Brous*@ Lynn So. Ocean City, Maryland
FOS Ross Dickerson Tampa So. Berlin, Maryland
Defense Luke Posner Tampa Sr. Madisonville, Louisiana
Defense Jake Bye* Saint Leo Sr. Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
Defense Austin Jackson^ Rollins Sr. Dublin, Ohio
Goal Tom Tatarian^ Saint Leo Jr. Shoreham, New York
2018 All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Second Team
Attack Lucas Claude~ Florida Southern Sr. Calgary, Alberta
Attack Kyle Pauwels^ Saint Leo Sr. Kamloops, British Columbia
Attack Charlie Kurtenbach Saint Leo Jr. Issaquah, Washington
Midfield Dalton Simpson Florida Southern Jr. Henderson, Nevada
Midfield Michael Urso* Lynn Jr. Boynton Beach, Florida
Midfield Kevin Dyer Florida Southern So. Slingerlands, New York
Midfield Carson Clough Florida Tech Sr. Charlotte, North Carolina
Midfield Reid Chaconas Florida Tech So. Westminster, Maryland
LSM Ethan Ticehurst Saint Leo So. Coquitlam, British Columbia
SSDM Julian Taylor Saint Leo Jr. Tampa, Florida
FOS Lance Pavlina^ Florida Tech Sr. Desert Vista, Arizona
FOS Kevin Horwitz Florida Southern Fr. Parkland, Florida
Defense Evan Schimek Rollins Jr. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Defense Colin Hayek Palm Beach Atlantic So. Jupiter, Florida
Defense Tucker Langmead Saint Leo Sr. Leesburg, Virginia
Goal Dan Flock* Florida Tech Jr. Ellicott City, Maryland
2018 All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Honorable Mention
Attack Greg Taicher^ Rollins Jr. Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Midfield Connor Ashton Rollins Sr. Berwyn, Pennsylvania
LSM Austen Lison^ Florida Southern Jr. Leesburg, Virginia
Defense Alex Dagen Florida Southern Sr. Columbia, Maryland
2018 All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Freshman Team
Goal B.J. Borowski Tampa Fr. Frederick County, Maryland
Midfield Xander Cosenza Lynn Fr. Bay Shore, New York
Attack Jackson Miller Palm Beach Atlantic Fr. Annandale, Virginia
Midfield Joey Cinque Rollins Fr. West Palm Beach, Florida
Attack Mason Ostrowski Florida Tech Fr. Annapolis, Maryland
Midfield Justin Williams Florida Tech Fr. Forest Hill, Maryland
Attack Keegan Maxwell Lynn Fr. Center Moriches, New York
FOS Kevin Horwitz Florida Southern Fr. Parkland, Florida
LSM Alex Aken Palm Beach Atlantic Fr. Orlando, Florida
Midfield Luke Curran Tampa Fr. Naples Florida
FOS Kyle Sudol Rollins Fr. Boulder, Colorado
Goal Ben Savick Palm Beach Atlantic Fr. Port Deposit, Maryland
Defense Max Burgio Florida Southern Fr. Niskayuna, New York

* = 2017 First Team
^ = 2017 Second Team
@ = 2017 Freshman of the Year
~ = 2016 First Team
+ = 2016 Second Team
& = 2016 Freshman of the Year

Andrew Kew (Tampa) was named Freshman of the Year in 2016

 

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