For the first time in the history of the Lynn University men’s lacrosse program, the Fighting Knights have a United State Intercollegiate Lacrosse Associations (USILA) Scholar All-American as 2019 graduate Evan P. Kalish secured the accolade on Thursday.
Lynn University head men's lacrosse coach Brian Kingsbury has announced the hiring of Mark Miller as the program's new assistant coach. Miller joins the Blue and White family following a two-year stint as men's lacrosse assistant coach at Bowdoin College.
Lynn University's men's lacrosse team held its position at No. 19 in the final USILA/Warrior and New Balance Coaches Poll of the 2019 season, marking the fifth consecutive poll the Fighting Knights have been nationally ranked.
For the second consecutive year, Dryden Brous of the Lynn University men’s lacrosse team has been named a United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-American, earning Honorable Mention accolades.
For the first time in the history of the Lynn University men’s lacrosse program, the Fighting Knights will have representation at the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Senior All-Star Game as defender Evan P. Kalish was selected to the South squad in the Division I/II contest.
Lynn University was among the top institutions in Division II to garner Google Cloud Academic All-District 5 At-Large recognition, following the announcement by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Thursday. Helen Kreuzer and Krissy Ortiz of women's golf, Catalina Berraud-Galea and Sarah Hughes from women's swimming and Collin McClelland and Conrad Rhein from men's lacrosse all earned First Team accolades and are now eligible for Academic All-America recognition.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team held its position at No. 19 in this week’s USILA/Warrior and New Balance Coaches Poll, marking the fourth consecutive week the Fighting Knights have been nationally ranked.
Seniors Peter Masters and Greg Morissette of the Lynn University men’s lacrosse team have both been selected to the 2019 Sunshine State Conference All-Tournament Team, as announced by the league office.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse program was voted No. 19 in this week’s USILA/Warrior and New Balance Coaches Poll, marking the third consecutive week the Fighting Knights have been nationally ranked.
Boca Raton, Fla. – Lynn University's men’s lacrosse team saw its eight-game win streak snapped on Thursday evening, falling in the semifinals of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Men’s Lacrosse Championships 9-7 to visiting-Saint Leo. Senior attackman Conor Vaughan netted two goals on three shots while Dryden Brous continued to prove himself a force in the faceoff circle, going 16-for-20.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team hauled in a program-record nine accolades on Wednesday with the announcement of the 2019 All-Sunshine State Conference teams, highlighted by Brian Kingsbury’s second career SSC Coach of the Year award. Two Fighting Knights landed on the All-SSC First Team, five were tabbed to the Second Team and one player was named to the Freshman Team.
Winners of eight straight games to close out the regular season and the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Regular Season Champions, the Lynn University men’s lacrosse team bumped up three spots to No. 15 with the announcement of this week’s USILA/Warrior and New Balance Coaches Poll.
For the third time in the past four weeks, Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team was represented in the Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week announcement. On Monday, Dryden Brous was named SSC Specialist of the Week while Greg Morissette was tabbed SSC Defensive Player of the Week.
For the second time in as many games, the ball was put in the hands of Nick McCabe in a critical offensive situation and the redshirt-sophomore delivered yet again, striking the game-winner in overtime to give the 18th-ranked Lynn University men’s lacrosse team an 11-10 victory over Saint Leo on Senior Day. With the win, the Fighting Knights capture the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Regular Season Championship, marking the first title in program history.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team picked up two victories this past week, including one of the biggest wins in program history. The Fighting Knights re-enter the USILA/Warrior and New Balance Coaches Poll at No. 18, as announced by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association on Monday.
Juniors Dryden Brous and Collin McClelland of the Lynn University men’s lacrosse team were tabbed Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. Brous earns a weekly award from the SSC for the 10th time in his career, marking the most all-time from any student-athlete in Lynn Athletics history.
There have been quite a few exciting victories for the Lynn University men’s lacrosse program the last couple of years, but maybe none as memorable as the squad’s performance on Saturday night as the Fighting Knights took down the Sunshine State Conference’s perennial powerhouse, the University of Tampa, for the first time in program history.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team went on the road for the first time in nearly a month on Wednesday night, controlling Palm Beach Atlantic from start to finish in a 15-7 Sunshine State Conference victory. The Fighting Knights improve to 4-1 in league play on the year, clinching the program’s first-ever winning record in regular-season SSC competition.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team outscored visiting Embry-Riddle 7-0 in the second half on Saturday as the Fighting Knights pulled away for a 13-5 Sunshine State Conference win. The Blue and White have now rattled off five consecutive victories.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team kept its hot play going on Wednesday night, picking up a pivotal Sunshine State Conference victory over Florida Tech. The Fighting Knights put up 10 goals in the first half and never looked back, securing a 17-9 triumph.
It was another good showing out of the league office for Lynn University athletics as three Fighting Knights were named Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week on Monday. Collin McClelland from men’s lacrosse was named Defensive Player of the Week while Kay Bartmann and Leolia Jeanjean sweep the tennis Player of the Week awards for the second consecutive week.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team picked up its first Sunshine State Conference victory of the season on Saturday as the Fighting Knights defeated rival Rollins College, 10-8. The victory is sweet revenge for the Fighting Knights after the Tars beat Lynn by one goal in each of the last two seasons.
Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team hosted Colorado State University-Pueblo on Friday night, marking the squad’s final nonconference matchup of the season before turning to the final stretch of Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights started fast and never gave up the lead, downing the ThunderWolves, 16-6. Mikey Urso and Xander Cosenza combined to score half of the team’s goals.
Junior faceoff specialist Dryden Brous broke one of his own school records and tied another as the Lynn University men’s lacrosse team downed St. Michael’s College in nonconference play Thursday night, 12-9. The Fighting Knights held their annual One Love Game, in support of the One Love Foundation and its Yards for Yeardley movement.
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.
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.
Down 11-8 with just over five minutes to play in regulation, Lynn University’s men’s lacrosse team buckled down and scored three unanswered goals to send Saturday’s nonconference tilt to overtime. The Fighting Knights drew up an offensive play in a crucial timeout as Conrad Rhein put away the game-winner for a 12-11 victory over North Greenville University.
Lynn University’s men lacrosse team capped its trip out west to the Rocky Mountains on a high note Tuesday afternoon, defeating Westminster College 11-9 in nonconference action. Keegan Maxwell was locked in offensively, scoring nearly half of the Fighting Knights’ goals.