Lynn University’s volleyball team went the distance yet again on Thursday night, battling from wire-to-wire with host Rollins College to a decisive fifth frame. The Tars were able to rattle off a crushing 10-1 scoring run in the final set to clinch the Sunshine State Conference tilt over the Fighting Knights, 3-2.
After a three-week hiatus from the opening weekend of the fall season, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team returned to action on Saturday at PBA’s Sailfish Invitational. Florian Clemares and Tristan Houle picked up a win in the No. 1 doubles bracket.
Diana Bogolii and Jan Abaza of the Lynn University women’s tennis team wrapped up their weekend at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup on Saturday, winning the Division II doubles third-place match.
Despite close scores in the second and third sets, Lynn University’s volleyball team suffered a 3-0 loss to the University of Alabama in Huntsville on Saturday afternoon to close out the 2017 South Region Crossover.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis doubles pair of Jan Abaza and Diana Bogolii suffered a tough third-set superbreaker defeat on Friday in the Division II semifinals at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup.
Lynn University’s volleyball team opened the annual South Region Crossover on Friday with a pair of matches against Gulf South Conference adversaries. The Fighting Knights fell in their opening match to Christian Brothers University, 3-1, before taking a sweep from Lee University in the nightcap.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team embarked on its quest for a third consecutive Division II doubles national championship at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup. Diana Bogolii and Jan Abaza won their first round match in straight sets on Thursday to advance to the DII semifinals.
Lynn University’s volleyball team rallied itself from the brink of defeat yet again on Tuesday night as the Fighting Knights fought valiantly from a 2-0 deficit to force a fifth set with host Barry University. The Bucs squeaked out the decider in extra points, 16-14, to pick up a 3-2 Sunshine State Conference victory over the Blue and White.
Lynn University’s men’s golf squad shot the second-lowest total on the day to push the team into a fourth place finish in a rain shortened David Toms Intercollegiate. The Fighting Knights extended their string of consecutive top-five finishes to 24 straight tournaments.
Lynn University’s fourth-ranked men’s soccer team dominated possession from wire-to-wire on Saturday night against a conservative Saint Leo University defense. The Fighting Knights finally broke through in the 75th minute, garnering a 1-0 Sunshine State Conference victory over the Lions.
After a slow start in the first set, Lynn University’s volleyball team went toe-to-toe the rest of the way with No. 19 Saint Leo on the road Friday night. The Fighting Knights took a tough 26-24 setback in the second frame and faced elimination in the third down 23-19 before stringing together six straight points. The home side ultimately secured the Sunshine State Conference tilt in four sets, 3-1.