Boca Raton, Fla. – Lynn University's women's soccer couldn’t find the back of the net in its last regular-season home match of the year, dropping a 2-0 decision to Embry-Riddle in non-conference action Saturday evening.
The Sunshine State Conference announces a partnership with the NCAA for live ESPN3 coverage of the 2015 SSC men’s and women’s soccer championship matches. Both games will take place on Sunday, November 8th at campus sites. Women will play at 1 p.m., men at 3:30 p.m.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America shined a bright light on Lynn University’s men’s and women’s soccer programs with the announcement both had earned Team Academic Award honors for the 2014-15 season.
Wednesday night’s matchup between Lynn University and Barry was a game not seen since the early days of the rivalry with the Fighting Knights edging out the 12th-ranked Buccaneers 5-4 in overtime behind a hat trick from freshman Emily Weisberg.
Donish Cole found the net for the first time in her Lynn career the night before her birthday but Lynn University’s women’s soccer team’s comeback bid fell short in a 3-2 loss to Palm Beach Atlantic on Wednesday Night.
BOCA RATON, Fla. – After a two-hour lighting delay and a four-goal deficit in the second half, things were looking glim for Lynn University’s women’s soccer team on Sunday night at Bobby Campbell Stadium. Brianna Lemerise then sparked a three-goal swing for Lynn to bring the game within one, but the home team ultimately fell to Division I Southeast Missouri St., 5-3.
Lynn University’s women’s soccer team (0-2) fell to West Florida (2-0), 3-1, on Sunday afternoon at the CSU Collegiate Invitational at the Walden Soccer Complex on the campus of Columbus State University. Kelly Field scored the lone goal for the Blue & White in the loss while Cailtin Shaver made two saves and allowed three goals in a full 90 minutes in goal for the Fighting Knights.
Lynn University’s women’s soccer team (0-1) lost, 2-0, to No. 5 Columbus State (1-0) in the season opener on Friday night. The Fighting Knights didn’t just look like a whole new team on the pitch, they were. Ten of Lynn’s starters made their first career appearances donning blue and white in the season opener.