The 2018 South Region Crossover Schedule has been set, officially announced by conference committee members on Sunday, October 14. This season’s crossover features a total of 24 teams – 12 from the Gulf South Conference, and 11 from the Sunshine State Conference with the addition of Spring Hill College as the 12th team. The 24 teams will square off in a round-robin format over the course of two days, October 19 and 20, based upon overall conference seedings.
Senior Emily Weisberg scored the game’s lone goal on Saturday night as Lynn University’s women’s soccer team took down the University of Tampa Spartans 1-0 in Sunshine State Conference action. It is the Fighting Knights first home win of the season.
For the second time in the past week, it was senior striker Jack Watson that put the nail in the coffin during overtime as Lynn University’s men’s soccer squad picked up a 3-2 Sunshine State Conference victory at the University of Tampa on Saturday night.
Sophomore middle Lauren Odom was heavily featured in the Lynn University volleyball team’s offensive game plan on Saturday evening, but the Fighting Knights dropped a close Sunshine State Conference contest at Florida Southern College, 3-1.
Lynn University's volleyball team fell to No. 18 Palm Beach Atlantic on Tuesday night, 3-0, during Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights had a lead and momentum near the end of the first set, but a Sailfish rally set the tone for the rest of the night.
Three Lynn University student-athletes were named Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week on Monday, as announced by the league office. Jack Watson and Roberto Bazzichetto were tabbed the men’s soccer SSC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, while Toto Gana was named the men’s Golfer of the Week.
Jack Watson’s recent return to the pitch for Lynn University’s men’s soccer team continued to produce important dividends this week as the senior’s overtime penalty-kick strike was the decider Saturday night in the team’s 2-1 Sunshine State Conference triumph at Saint Leo.
Lynn University's volleyball team took down Sunshine State Conference foe Embry-Riddle 3-0 in the de Hoernle Center on Saturday afternoon, marking a three-set Fighting Knights sweep for the second consecutive night. Sonja Udovcic and Rafaela Fonseca both had double-doubles in the match.
Following a 2-0 deficit in the second half, Lynn University's women's soccer team clawed back to send the game to overtime, ultimately forcing a 2-2 tie with Saint Leo in Sunshine State Conference action Saturday night. Brittney Benedict and Gabriela Moreira found the back of the net in the second half for the Fighting Knights to tie the game at two.
Lynn University’s women’s swimming squad wrapped up its second day of the season in the pool on Saturday, claiming third place at Nova Southeastern’s Ninth Annual Shark Invitational. Sarah Hughes took first place in the 400-yard IM.
Lynn University's volleyball team utilized an impressive performance in the final frame Friday night for a 3-0 Sunshine State Conference victory over Florida Tech. The Blue and White won the third set 25-7 behind a show-stealing 11-0 run served by Marine Kinna.
Through the first of two days in the pool at the Ninth Annual Nova Southeastern Shark Invitational, Lynn University's swimming program sits in third place out of five teams with 295.5 points. Freshman Karolina Smylek brought home first place in the 200-yard backstroke.
Lynn University's women's soccer team fell short to Sunshine State Conference foe Palm Beach Atlantic on Wednesday night, 3-1. Felicia Silveira had the lone goal for the Blue and White, the first of her Lynn career.