The scores may have been high on the final day but Lynn University’s was the lowest among the 15 teams in the field as the men’s golf team took first place at the Bobcat Invitational by nine shots on Tuesday afternoon.
It was a special season for a special team and senior class but the magic ended Tuesday night as the 18th-ranked and third-seeded Lynn University men’s basketball team fell to fourth-ranked and top-seeded Nova Southeastern in the NCAA South Region Championship, 89-74. Michael Baez and Jamal Palmer were both named to the South Region All-Tournament Team.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team fell in a rain-soaked non-conference game to eighth-ranked Belmont Abbey 15-10 at home on Tuesday evening. Mikey Urso became the new points leader for the program, tallying four points, while Conor Vaughan poured in his first career hat-trick.
The 18th-ranked and third-seeded Lynn University men’s basketball team is Sweet 16 bound for the first time in five years after upsetting Sunshine State Conference foe, second-seeded and 14th-ranked Florida Southern College, 88-78 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. The Blue and White were led offensively by Michael Baez and Darius Moore, who were both perfect from long range, as the team had its best long-range shooting effort in nearly 10 years.
A 4-0 scoring run for Florida Southern at the end of the second quarter put Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team in a steep halftime deficit Saturday night as the Fighting Knights dropped their Sunshine State Conference opener to the Mocs, 13-9.
An early deficit Saturday afternoon didn’t shake up a veteran Lynn University men’s basketball squad as the No. 18 and third-seeded Fighting Knights are through to the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament Semifinals with an 81-69 victory over sixth-seeded University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Miami Shores, Fla. – Lynn University’s baseball team was neck-and-neck with conference-leading Barry University on Saturday, but suffered two tough defeats, 10-8 and 9-7 in a Sunshine State Conference (SSC) doubleheader. Joe Argumedo had three RBI on the day, including a homer in game two, to lead the offensive effort.
Coral Gables, Fla. – Lynn University’s women’s track team wrapped up its competition on Saturday at the Hurricane Invitational, hosted by the University of Miami, with several outstanding performances. As a group, the Blue and White continue to improve on their personal-bests and prove themselves as an up-and-coming program among top-level participants.
The Lynn University softball team was unable to get runs on the board in Saturday’s Sunshine State Conference double header against the Tampa Spartans. The Fighting Knights dropped both games 1-0 behind complete games from Allyson Jameston and Olivia Saviskas.
Lynn University’s baseball team couldn’t get its offense on track on Friday night, falling in a tightly-contested road game to Barry University in Sunshine State Conference (SSC) play, 4-1. Shayne Fontana provided the lone run for Lynn, launching a solo homer in the fourth.
Lynn University's men's basketball team punched its ticket to the NCAA Division II Tournament this season for the first time since 2014-15 and the Fighting Knights will open up regional action Saturday, March 16, on the campus of Nova Southeastern in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Lynn University’s women’s golf team shot the third-lowest round of the day but was surpassed by Florida Tech, which posted a tournament record round, and finished second at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational.
Lynn University’s baseball team was dropped by the Adelphi University Panthers in non-conference action on Tuesday afternoon, 16-5. Alejandro Martinez homered and had three hits to lead Lynn offensively.