Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team had seventh-ranked University of Tampa on the ropes midway in the second half but a late surge by the Spartans put the Fighting Knights down big and led to an eventual 13-6 loss in the season finale.
After bowing out in the semifinals yesterday, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team had one last crack at Sunshine State Conference competition with a matchup against Embry-Riddle in the SSC Tournament third-place match. The fifth-ranked and third-seeded Fighting Knights took down the 18th-ranked and fifth-seeded Eagles on Saturday, 5-3.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was unable to keep up with a high-powered Barry University squad in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament title match on Saturday. The top-ranked and No. 1 seeded Bucs claimed the championship over fifth-ranked and second-seeded Lynn with a 5-1 final decision.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team kept the ball rolling on Friday morning as the fifth-ranked and second-seeded Fighting Knights bested 30th-ranked and sixth-seeded Nova Southeastern University in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament semifinals, 5-1.
Following a 2-1 doubles deficit that initially had the potential to swing all the way in the Fighting Knights’ favor, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team remained resilient and never gave up the fight on Friday in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament semifinals. The fifth-ranked and third-seeded Fighting Knights battled to the final serve but narrowly fell 5-4 to second-ranked and second-seeded Barry in a classic South Florida rivalry bout.
Three tightly contested doubles bouts that all went in favor of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team garnered key momentum as the fifth-ranked and third-seeded Fighting Knights blanked 37th-ranked and sixth-seeded Rollins College 5-0 on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team got off to a bit of a slow start on Thursday morning but quickly hit its stride as the fifth-ranked and second-seeded Fighting Knights posted a 5-0 victory over 32nd-ranked and seventh-seeded Tampa in the quarterfinals of the Sunshine State Conference Championship.
Lynn University lacrosse sophomore Dryden Brous continues to pick up the awards this week as the Fighting Knight has been selected to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division II Team of the Week, as announced by the organization on Tuesday.
In what seems to be becoming a trend this spring, Lynn University’s Klaudia Boczova and Dryden Brous were both again tabbed as Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday. Boczova claims the women’s tennis Player of the Week plaudit while Brous is named the men’s lacrosse Specialist of the Week.
Lynn University’s women’s golf team hit a pure shot on the opening day of the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Championship, end the day third with a 302 despite heavy sustained winds that plagued the 11-team field all day.
Lynn University’s baseball team jumped out to an early lead on Sunday in the final game of the squad’s Sunshine State Conference series at 12th-ranked Nova Southeastern University but the high-powered Sharks offense consistently chipped away at Lynn for a 16-6 victory.
Lynn University’s lacrosse team possessed the ball for a large majority of the afternoon on Saturday and was able to keep a high-powered Saint Leo University offense from running wild but a heartbreaking goal with seven seconds remaining was the dagger that lifted the sixth-ranked Lions to an 11-10 Sunshine State Conference win over the Fighting Knights.
Lynn University’s lacrosse team found the back of the net early and often on Wednesday night as the Fighting Knights routed Palm Beach Atlantic for a 21-4 Sunshine State Conference triumph. The Blue and White held the game in honor of the One Love Foundation's Yards for Yeardley movement, an initiative spreading awareness on relationship abuse.
For the fourth time this season, Klaudia Boczova of the Lynn University women’s tennis team has been tabbed as the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
After nearly two hours of weather delays, Lynn University’s lacrosse team finally hit the field at Embry-Riddle on Saturday night for Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights halted a three-game skid and notched their first league win of the season in dominant fashion, routing the Eagles 17-5.
Despite less-than-perfect weather conditions at the meet, the Lynn University track team picked up a pair of top-10 finishers in the 800-meter run and saw four personal records fall on the final day of competition at the Spikes Classic hosted by Embry-Riddle.