Lynn University’s men’s basketball team found itself in a hole early on Sunday and trailed the entire afternoon against King University (Tenn.) at the Salem University Joe Manchin Classic. The Fighting Knights turned up the pressure in the second half, trimming the deficit to six points late, but the Tornado held on for a 71-61 victory in nonconference play.
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.
Lynn University’s men’s basketball team got off to a slow start on Saturday afternoon and chased host University of Tampa the entire way as early turnovers and consistent foul trouble for the Fighting Knights led to a 72-65 Sunshine State Conference defeat at the hands of the Spartans.
It started with a wee-hours flight on Monday morning as the early-bird catches the national championship and with two days under its belt, Lynn University’s men’s soccer team is primed for its eighth NCAA Division II National Semifinals appearance.
A scoring drought in the second half almost eliminated a strong offensive effort from the opening stanza but Lynn University’s men’s basketball team was able to finish out strong and pull out an 82-72 decision over Florida Tech for the Fighting Knights first Sunshine State Conference win of the year.
Diana Bogolii, Jan Abaza, Tereza Hejlova and Natalie Kallmunzerova of Lynn University’s women’s tennis team all made appearances in both singles and doubles with the announcement of the 2017 Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division II Fall Rankings that were released last week.
Three members of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team were featured in the 2017 Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division II Fall Rankings, as announced last week. Kay Bartmann, Jose Porfirio Ordonez and Florian Clemares all received recognition in the national preseason polls.
Lynn University’s men’s soccer team received some good news a day before it plays in the NCAA Division II National Semifinals: Niklas Tasky and Alun Webb were named to the United Soccer Coaches First Team All-South Region.
Lynn University’s men’s basketball team held a three-point lead with under one minute to play on Saturday afternoon but third-ranked Bellarmine University knotted it up with a second-chance three-ball before a game-winning layup with two seconds to go halted the upset bid at Barry University’s Cesar Odio Thanksgiving Classic.
Junior Jamal Palmer was clutch down the stretch on Friday afternoon as Lynn University’s men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season with a 69-68 decision over Grand Valley State University in the opener of Barry University’s Cesar Odio Thanksgiving Classic.
Sonja Udovcic of Lynn University’s volleyball team has been chosen to the All-Sunshine State Conference Newcomer Team, as voted on by the league’s coaches and announced by the conference office on Tuesday. It is the first career honor for the first-year sophomore and the third All-SSC Newcomer Team selection in program history.
Lynn University’s men’s soccer team used two first-half goals to set the tone and then defended like crazy in the second half to secure a 2-1 victory over Young Harris and advance to the NCAA Division II National Semifinals in Kansas City, Mo.
Junior-transfer Ryan Peterson came off the bench and unloaded 22 points for the second time in as many games so far this year, but Lynn University’s men’s basketball team was never able to catch up with visiting Rollins College on Saturday as the Tars picked up an 82-76 Sunshine State Conference victory over the Fighting Knights.
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.