Trailing by as many as 18 points, Lynn University’s women’s basketball team rallied to within four but could not send its seniors off with a victory, eventually falling 58-52 to Barry on Wednesday night.
The Lynn University women’s basketball team dropped its third straight game on Saturday afternoon, falling to Saint Leo by a final score of 58-45 in a Sunshine State Conference battle at the de Hoernle Sports and Cultural Center.
The Lynn University women’s basketball team overcame an early deficit to take a late lead, but Embry-Riddle hit a three-pointer with just four seconds to play to send the Fighting Knights home with a narrow, 58-56 loss on Saturday evening.
The Lynn University women's basketball team jumped out to an early first-quarter lead and never looked back on Wednesday evening, cruising to an 85-65 win in Sunshine State Conference action over Palm Beach Atlantic.
Lynn University’s women’s basketball team turned up the pressure in the fourth quarter on Wednesday night, making a push against Barry University but it was too little too late as the Bucs held on in a physical battle for a 66-56 Sunshine State Conference win.
A 31-point fourth quarter for host Palm Beach Atlantic was the deal breaker on Saturday afternoon as the Lynn University women’s basketball team saw its lead slip away down the stretch in a 70-61 setback to the Sailfish. Jaylen Snipes had a career performance for the Blue and White, totaling 21 points behind five three-pointers.
Lynn University’s women’s basketball team held the edge at halftime on Sunday and boasted the lead for a good majority of the contest but an aggressive second-half effort from host Valdosta State University allowed the Blazers to gain the advantage with under five minutes to go before downing the Fighting Knights in South Region action, 73-62.
The Lynn University women’s basketball team erased an early 19-point deficit to take a one-point lead in the third quarter, but nationally-ranked Rollins bounced back to knock off the Fighting Knights.
Lynn University’s women’s basketball team rallied from a nearly insurmountable deficit and closed the gap to eight points but eventually fell 79-67 to Florida Atlantic in game two of the South Florida Showdown.