Following a 2-0 week that included a big upset on the road over No. 10 Belmont Abbey, Lynn University’s lacrosse team broke into the USILA Division II National Rankings this week, as announced by the organization on Monday.
Freshman Xander Cosenza shined on the brightest of stages Saturday afternoon as the Lynn University lacrosse team went on the road and upset 10th-ranked Belmont Abbey College, 10-9. Cosenza scored five goals, including all four of Lynn’s in the fourth quarter, as the Fighting Knights went on a 4-0 run in the final frame to secure the clutch comeback.
Lynn University swimmers Sarah Hughes and Catalina Berraud-Galea wrapped up the 2018 NCAA Division II National Championships on Saturday, competing in the 200-yard breaststroke and 1,650-yard freestyle, respectively.
Still bothered by nagging injuries, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was able to pull out a 6-3 Sunshine State Conference victory on the road at Florida Tech on Saturday, marking the 10th consecutive win for the top-ranked Fighting Knights.
Lynn University’s softball team suffered two three-run losses to 13th-ranked Palm Beach Atlantic on Saturday to close out the Sunshine State Conference series in a five-and-a-half hour long doubleheader. Victoria Rios celebrated her birthday in exciting fashion, going 5-for-8 at the plate with six RBI, two home runs with a grand slam and a double.
The Lynn University baseball team walked-off winners on Saturday afternoon, as Alejandro Martinez clubbed a pinch-hit, three-run home run to give the Fighting Knights a 6-3 win over Sunshine State Conference rival Barry.
Lynn University’s swimming contingent wrapped up its third day of competition at the NCAA Division II National Championships on Friday. Both Fighting Knights in attendance this week competed in a morning preliminary.
Lynn University’s softball team went toe-to-toe with the Sunshine State Conference’s top squad on Friday but the Fighting Knights fell to 13th-ranked Palm Beach Atlantic in this weekend’s series opener, 3-2. The Blue and White out-hit the ‘Fish, but a three-run homer in the fifth inning proved to be the deciding factor.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team has not had a Sunshine State Conference match in nearly a month but the top-ranked Fighting Knights picked up their second league win of the season on Thursday with an 8-1 triumph over visiting Palm Beach Atlantic.
Visiting Auburn Montgomery was down a Warhawk but the third-ranked Lynn University men’s tennis team still needed to take care of business and did just that in an 8-1 nonconference victory on Wednesday.
It was just another day at the office for Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team as the Fighting Knights bested Auburn Montgomery at home on Wednesday, 8-1. Lynn’s only loss was at No. 6 singles due to an injury default.
The Lynn University baseball team scored 11 unanswered runs—including eight runs in the bottom of the eighth inning—to overcome a large deficit in the early innings and collect a 16-15 win over non-conference opponent Adelphi in Wednesday action at the Lynn Baseball Field.
Lynn University’s lacrosse team spent a good part of the afternoon in man-up situations and made the visiting Westminster College (Utah) Griffins pay as the Fighting Knights coasted to a 14-9 nonconference victory on Tuesday. The Blue and White tallied their fifth consecutive win, marking the best start to a season in program history.
The Lynn University baseball team jumped out to an early lead and held on late, as the Fighting Knights defeated Southern Connecticut State by a final score of 10-9 in Tuesday afternoon in non-conference action.